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The scourge of terrorism: Does Islam promote it? by [Khan, Faisal]
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The Quran says that religion cannot be forcefully thrust upon the people, but at the same time orders the Muslims to kill the disbelievers if they don't accept the overlordship of Islam! Why this paradox?
Is Islam the root cause of terrorism today? Is the Islamic concept of Jihad responsible for the menace of terrorism? Why do Al Qaeda and ISIS kill in the name of Islam? What does the Quran say regarding the killing of innocents? Is Islam a religion of peace? How come the Quran is interpreted differently by different groups of Muslims? Whose interpretation is correct, the peaceful Muslim's or the terrorist Muslim's? What's the solution to the problem? Get the answers right inside this book!

About the Author

Faisal Khan is an independent researcher, free thinker, and writer on the combined subjects of modern physics, philosophy, and religion; a multidisciplinary branch of knowledge he calls Pheosophy (physics + theology + philosophy), with special interest in the critical analysis of Islam and contemporary Islamic affairs. Engaged in dedicated research since 2009, a voracious reader and fiery orator with a flair for putting his thoughts to paper. Armed with a post graduate degree in electronics engineering from Sathyabama University, Chennai, India; currently a software developer with a world leading software services development firm in Kolkata, India. Electronics engineering is his other area of interest. He aims to be in the league of those who changed the course of human history with their ideas, 'The scourge of terrorism: Does Islam promote it?' and 'God Examined' being his first productions towards that direction. Visit his website and blog: www.faisalkhan.in; Read him on Quora at: http: //quora.com/profile/Faisal-Khan-531; Visit his FB page: http: //facebook.com/www.pheosophy.in; Follow him on twitter at: http: //twitter.com/faisalpheosophy; Mail him at: faisalkhan.pheosophy@gmail.com

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