I should say not...
Although i'm not Muslim, I would say that Muhammad originally had good intentions when he founded the religion. It's just that terrorists give Islam a bad name. Not all Muslims are bad, some are quite friendly.
yes indeed Islam is a religion of peace but those who dont really know what is islam and who r real muslims,they might be v much wishy washy about it.SO if u read the Quran then u will be able to understand about Isalam.
When practiced properly, yes.
For some yes and some no.<br />
Well christianity sure as hell isn't!<br />
Manifest Destiny<br />
The Crusades<br />
The Roman Empire<br />
The war in Ireland
To many adherents, yes. To many others, no. It's complicated.
It was written by people. Good luck on any religion
About as much as Christianity has proven to be over the centuries
Yes it is.
Yes it is
It probably is but all religions have been used at some point by violent people to rally people to join them in violence
No religion is truly peaceful :-/
The way it works now, only if you join.
not entirely true. I am a Muslim and I am not planning on hurting you. :P
Sweet. I loved the old days when I could sit in the same place with Muslims, Palestinians of various religions, and Israeli Jews, and we all got along. I swear, the most common questions between the Israelis and Palestinians were "Have you been home lately?" and if the answer was yes, then "How is everything?"
born in a Muslim family, raised by a Muslim family, born in a Muslim country, raised in a Muslim country and am currently living amongst non-Muslim people.
Then they would talk to each other and ignore the rest of us for awhile.
I hope they are treating you well. They should.
where did u read that
I have a few friends currently, and many in the past, who were the same. I am glad that they are my friends. But we cannot ignore that the money that funds the fools with the dynamite vests comes from Saudi Arabia, and that, as a percent, violent Muslim types trump violent secular people by a huge margin. It must happen that the institutional bias toward extermination of and violence toward non-believers must be rejected across the entire Muslim cultural-religious board before there can be a fairly quiet and lasting peace.