Why I own a Quran

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  1. Waldo101

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    I was at a Pakastani restaurant and they had free copies at the cash register. I mean it was free so why not?
     
  2. Monster Carrot

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    I've been meaning to read it one of these days... but they translating it into other languages nerfs the feeling you get.
     
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  3. Xience

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    Read it for me would ya?
     
  4. I have the Quran app installed on my phone. I find it a bit hard to get into because it's rather different to the Bible.
     
  5. @Waldo101 what's Pakistani food like? Is it like Indian?
     
  6. Waldo101

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    Yes. My experience with it is limited though but it is similar.
     
  7. Headspace

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    They were giving away these for free in Germany as well. At some point I read that the organization doing this was connected to Islamism. Anyway, the Quran is probably still the same, so yeah, why not own it and may be even read it?
     
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  8. WalkingForward

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    Islam has an increasing effect on the world, so it's definitely useful to learn about it.
     
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  9. Vilcox

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    Islam is not a cult, which actually is a part of the problem. Mainstream Sunni Islam has never had an organised clergy, so any old geezer with three remaining teeth at age 35 and a bad knee who could recite it can be appointed an Imam by the villagers.

    The Islamic State however, is probably going to become history's largest suicide cult.
     
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