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Dear Muslim friend, please read and think

i actually don't even want answers, but i would be glad to see some, just read and think, i don't ask more of you. Be honest to yourself, i require no answer. Btw many of those questions can be applied to other religions as well so if you are not a muslim, you should try reading it too, but pull your head out off your butt first, stop praying, don't run to your imam/priest/mummy, at least not before you read the questions and gave them a TINY thought.

Q1. Why would God want his creation to not ask, questions, criticize, debate or experiment ideas that he gave us? This can only happen to cover up lies. This is the reason why we can't question clergy about things like What's the proof that God exists and what's the proof that Muhammad is the prophet of God. Seems like a great deceit to make sheep out of humans. Only truth can stand the fierce scrutiny and criticism and still stand tall.

Q2. Why would God make religions appear only in poor, illiterate and desert areas? 1400 years ago, Greek were more scientific and progressive, why religion didn't appear there instead? I tell you why. Because Muhammad could have only mislead the gullible, ignorant and poor people. In fact, his first followers were actually poor. Rich and literate people thought of him as crazy. Even today, if I go to a illiterate village and proclaim myself as a big saint, millions will follow me. That's how easy it is to make stupid people more stupid. That's why you don't see new religions forming in Europe.

Q3. If there is Science in Islam, why didn't God tell us how old the Universe is, how old Earth is, whether it is round or flat, how long it took for it to cool down, how Life began, how Life evolved? It seems that Allah knew only things that were already known at that time by the Greek and ancient scientists and philosophers. If I start a religion today, I wouldn't forget to add an ayat, "And thou will not spread mischief in the earth which took us fifteen billion years to make. There are altogether eleven dimensions, yet the unbelievers deny our signs." Ridiculous!

Q4. Why Abrahamic religions, specifically Islam is exclusivist? How can a truth be confined to some people and not others (people living in other places, other times etc. can't be all wrong). Buddhism on the other hand is not exclusivist like Islam. Buddha even said don't believe me, don't believe your holy books, don't believe what people say, but believe only what's true to your heart and mind, because truth can only come from inside, not outside (outside = scriptures, prophets, gods).

Q5. Why would God care about whether people believe in him or not? The creator of the universes and each and every atom in them, can't be so narrow minded, arrogant or stupid. Because arrogance means 'covering up negative feelings about self' and genuine God would rather be full of self-esteem than arrogance. God's name being 'Al-Mutakab-bir' is beyond me.

Q6. Why would God choose a mass murderer, rapist, blasphemer, pedophile, madman and power and sex hungry person as his prophet? Marriage with 9 year old Aisha, Marriage with his daughter-in-law Zainab, Marriage with Javairah, his slave after killing his father, husband and brother the same day, killing others just because they don't believed him, killing someone if they change their religion, killing without reason, spreading Islam not with discussion, logic or spirituality but with murder and war is beyond me.

Q7. Ali Sina says that Muhammad was a mentally sick person or what you call a narcissist having temporal lobe epilepsy. I watched a video on 'Temporal Lobe Epilepsy' on YouTube. It is a BBC documentary and the way it describes about the experiences of people with sensitive temporal lobe resembles exactly how Muhammad acted when he used to get revelations, sweating, feeling guilty and sad, feeling that he'll go mad and that sort of thing. Furthermore, why an angle would make him feel so demonic and depressed is beyond me? Aren't we humans supposed to experience something enlightening, happy and peaceful when such alleged experiences take place?

Q8. Why shouldn't we accept for others, laws and morals we deem perfect for ourselves. That's the only measure of truth. If I speak truth, do good, be gentle, I would want the same to happen to all people. Following this logic, if a Muslim who becomes a Hindu should be killed, shouldn't we teach these great laws to all other religions. Shouldn't Hindus, Christians and Jews also kill people who become Muslims? Why not? If what we regard as moral and as truth, shouldn't that be true to all others?

Q9. It seems that Muhammad was not a nice man, I couldn't find a single act of kindness from this person in the whole of Islam's history. The only two stories of kindness were the story of Jew lady who used to throw garbage at prophet and he, at the time of her death came to visit her. And another incident about a young man who used to eat too much sugar and her mother requested Muhammad to ask him to stop it. He didn't ask him to stop anything but later asked him to stop eating too much sugar because this time around he himself stopped eating too much sugar. Both of these stories are fables and are not found in Quran, Hadiths or the complete Islamic History. If I am wrong, find me any ayat or hadith matching these stories. I will not become apostate if you can tell me a single incident of kindness ever done by Muhammad. Remember, you can't tell me about what Muhammad said to his followers about how to conduct life and be kind etc. I want his own personal acts of kindness only. Any Schmuck can ask others to do good and himself do otherwise.

Q10. Why a person who is religious is more prone to absurdities and away from reality of life? Why an educated person is less likely to be religious? Doesn't that mean that religion is for the gullible, weak and immature? Why was Einstein, the most intelligent person who walked on earth was not religious. If it didn't worked for him (most intelligent) How can you claim that you know better? If he worked it out without religion, why it won't work for you?

Q11. If God created us and sent Adam from Heaven to Earth, why are there fossils found for all early primates that were neither chimp nor humans? Checkout this link. What does God created something actually mean? Wherever science looks, it finds some process involved, no magic! Is God subjugated to natural laws? In our present lives we don't see magic happening, no waters parted, no virgin births, no moons being cut and no back to the future Miraj happening. Humans have always attributed magical thinking to past and future events to make a sense of the world they live in. In other words, 'I didn't see it happen therefore magic man did it!' Doesn't it make sense?

Q12. If we have souls and are either to go to heaven or hell, why don't animals have souls? Since we've evolved from animals, and early humans like homo erectus or homo habilis were intelligent too (slightly lower than us) would they also be judged on the judgment day? If not, why not? They didn't have any prophets too, because their brains didn't think in malignant ways like us. We are more clever. Doesn't that prove that the more clever we get the more potential we have to become notorious and the most likely it is for a God to appear out of no where? (God didn't made us in his own image, we made God in our own image).

Q13. Buddhists are more moral than Muslims. They won't burn embassies, temples and churches to prove they are true. They don't believe in a God. Does it not mean that morality doesn't depend upon God or absolute laws but inner resolve and commitment? Only immature and morally bankrupt people need fear of hell or greed of heaven to be moral.

Q14. If Quran is the Guidance from God, why can it be shaped in any way of thinking imaginable? A book of guidance from God should be straight forward and objective rather than being subjective and full of discrepancies. But it seems our Omniscient God thinks like humans and learns via trial and error.

Q15. If the only reason one should stick to religion is because of the uncertainties of the afterlife, what if it turned out that, there in fact is a God who tested us all to see whether we become fools at the hands of authority, religion and society or discover the truth and reality of life. All those who allow themselves to become fools may end up in hell and all those who turn to truth and reality are given heaven. Doesn't it seem more rational for a thinking person to assume, by observing all the multitudes of religions in the world than to follow Islam?

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Those questions were asked by a BELIEVING muslim, who had a hard time even WRITING the questions.. after asking his religious authorities and his family and friends about it.. nobody gave him any rational answers, furthermore they ran away from the discussions and/or "doomed him for all eternity" just for asking. If you or your god have no answers.. then there is something wrong with your religion

And if your only answers are "well its god's will, who am i to question it" then there is even more wrong with it.

Again, i don't want any answers, but if you have some, shoot.

just to notify you the "link" is not clickable

actually for me, there's only 1 question:

Why are you making excuses for god?

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