Seven main reasons why I left Islam – Proof Islam is false

Posted By on September 20, 2019


Hello and welcome! This is the Masked Arab! In this video, I’ll be going through the seven main reasons why I left Islam. I will try to keep it as short as I can, but we have a lot to get through, so let’s get going! [Intro] Before I start explaining them individually, let me quickly list the seven reasons that made me realize Islam was just yet another man-made religion. And here they are: 1) The Qur’an is not perfect and contains blatant scientific errors. 2) The Qur’an has contradictions as well as grammatical and historical errors. 3) The life and actions of Mohammed were not as perfect as I had been led to believe. 4) The Qur’an takes a lot of stories from the Bible that are absurd and totally lacking in historical evidence. 5) The pagan origins of belief. 6) The concept of divine justice is flawed. and 7) The convenient timing of certain verses. To keep this video down to a reasonable length, I will only lightly touch on the reasons and not go into too much detail. I may choose to do a fork video on some of these points. If there is one topic you’d like me to touch on more in particular, let me know in the comments section below. Now before I start, let me just quickly preempt the usual criticism and accusations from the apologists. “I’m not going to believe what you say because you’re just making it up.” I realize you don’t trust me and being skeptical is a good thing, so I have my sources in the description below and you can check them for yourself. “Well, anything you say is bound to be out of context.” The Qur’an explicitly states several times that it is meant to be a clear book. Only on one occasion does it claim that some of its verses can be allegorical. But logically, any allegorical verses would have to be specified as such. Otherwise the whole book is pointless; then you wouldn’t know where there anything that is being said is actually meant. “I hate you, you, you stinky infidel!” [Sniffing] Oah, yeah, I’ll give me that one! I keep getting sidetracked and I’m trying to keep it short anyway, so focus man, focus! OK, so reason 1: The Qur’an is not perfect and contains basic scientific errors. We all know if we have any understanding of our reality that the universe most likely began as a big bang. Now, some Muslim preachers will embarassingly claim that this is foretold in the Qur’an 1400 years ago in this verse. It basically says that the earth and heavens were one and then split apart. Well, sorry, but that is no way near describing the big bang. For starters: earth formed as a result of the universe coming into existence and could not have existed at the very beginning of the universe. Earth was only formed around 9 billion years after the big bang. So it was never there at the moment of the big bang. And if it was, the planet would have been incinerated in the face of such heat and force. Moving back to the point of scientific inaccuracy, the Qur’an repeatedly tells us in the clearest of terms that the earth was created first before the heavens. Qur’an verse 2:29: “He it is Who created for you all that is in the earth. Then turned He to the heaven, and fashioned it as seven heavens. And He is knower of all things.” Chapter 41:9-12 also give us the same order, that the earth came before the heavens. The order here is absolutely wrong and irrational, but in line with what a desert Bedouin in the 7th century might have thought. And also generally in line with the teachings of the Torah, which got it wrong, too. We can date stars using various techniques like measuring the Beryllium content in stars’ outer layers. And we have stars that are nearly as old as the universe itself, while we can also measure the earth’s age using isochrone dating of lead isotopes and numerous other methods, which all give us the same results. Also, looking in the verses 41:9-12, we find that it takes God at least twice as long to build earth than it does for him to build everything else in our vast universe. The sun itself is about a million times bigger than earth in volume. There are billions of stars in just our own galaxy. Then there are billions of galaxies in the observable universe. In fact that it would take God longer to build our tiny planet is telling us the author of the Qur’an had a very geocentric view and was oblivious to reality in the scale of our planet. Moving on, a recurrent topic in the Qur’an is that of the purpose of stars. We are told that they are in the lowest heaven, so the layer of heaven closest to the earth, and that their purpose is twofold. One is: stars were created to be a decoration for the night sky. and the other is that they act as a form of protection for God and the angels and what’s called the High Council or Exalted Assembly in Heaven, where God and the angels reside. The stars are pelted at devils trying to listen in to what’s being said in the heavens. There are two main problems here, beside the obvious absurdity and mythical nature of the story. The first is that shooting stars are not actually stars but meteors. And the second is these meteors burn in the layer of the atmosphere, just above earth, called the mesosphere. That’s between 50 and 85 km above the surface of the earth and hardly anywhere near heaven if it’s alleged to be outside the edge of the universe. It’s clearly an ancient legend that tries to explain why there were shooting stars to primitive people who didn’t understand the world around us. Now, the list of the scientific errors is long, but I need to move on. Reason 2: The Qur’an has contradictions as well as grammatical and historical errors. I initially believed the Qur’an didn’t contain any serious contradictions, but I can now see that’s clearly not the case. I’ve already mentioned two verses and if you looked closely enough, you see that they contain a contradiction. But you might not have noticed, so let me quickly show you what it was. Chapter 21 verse 30 says the earth and heavens were together and then separated, while chapter 41 verse 11 says the earth and heavens were separate and then joined. Elsewhere, according to Islamic history, the first major battle the Muslims fought against the Pagan Arabs were the Battle of Badr, around 130 km southwest of Medina, not too far from the Red Sea. Muslims claim their army defeated a far larger army and Mohammed said this was due to a number of angels who came down to help them in battle. But how many angels helped the Muslims win the Battle of Badr? If we look at Surat Al-Anfal verse 9, it’s 1000, whereas Surat Al Imran verses 123-124 are clear that 3000 angels helped the Muslims in the battle. Some apologists claim that the 3000 angels were sent to the next Battle of Uhud, but that makes no sense since the verses are clearly talking about Badr. It mentions the battle by name, and the Muslims also lost the Battle of Uhud, so three times as many angels didn’t really help. Now, how long is Judgement Day? Well, it’s either 50,000 years by our account or 1,000 years by our account. It depends really on which verse you’re reading. Some apologists claim this duration changes depending on how good or bad you are. But nothing suggests that in the text of the Qur’an and it seems to be a poor attempt of making sense of the discrepancy. I won’t get into grammatical errors here as this video is in the English language. But a glaring historical error comes in the description of Jesus’ mother Mary. The author of the Qur’an clearly mixes up the well-known Mary with the Miriam who allegedly lived hundreds of years before her. Miriam is mentioned in the Bible as a sister of Aaron and Moses. The book of Exodus chapter 15 verse 20 clearly says that Miriam is the sister of Aaron. She is also mentioned as the daughter of Amram. And this is mentioned in 1 Chronicles 6:3. Now the Qur’an mentions the virgin Mary with exactly the same relations as Miriam. That is just way too much of a coincidence and extremely strong evidence that the Qur’an’s author made an error after mistaking Mary and Miriam as the same person. We see in Surah At-Tahrim, which is chapter 66 verse 12: Mary is referred to as a daughter of Imran, whilst in Surat Maryam, chapter 19, verse 28 she is referred to as a sister of Aaron. The author has clearly mistaken Miriam for Mary in the Bible and presented them as the same person in the Qur’an. Onto reason 3: The Life and Actions of Mohammed. Before I’m accused of cherry-picking on this, I will say I am aware that he did do some good things like encouraging charity giving to the poor, for instance, and forbidding backbiting. But there is no doubt, if you read the Qur’an, Hadiths, and his sira, which is his biography, that the man was brutal to say the least and nowhere near the absolute model of perfection I was taught he was as a Muslim. The most well-known controversy involving him was probably his marriage to a six-year old girl before consummating the marriage at nine. Apologists in this generation know this stands against their values and often try to wiggle out of it by changing the age of Aisha based on imbalanced calculations emanating from much weaker hadiths, while others will claim girls mature faster in hot climates. Well, I’m not really here to cite Aisha’s marriage and instead will focus on other aspects. Mohammed was a violent man who led at least thirty raids against his opponents and encouraged ___________ against trade caravans, where his men looted goods and killed travelling merchants. The attacks were unprovoked the vast majority of the time. In some raids, Muslims attacked villages killing the men and enslaving women and children. In one instance, at the Battle of _________, Muslims captured women as sex slaves and felt it was immoral to have sex with them as they were already married. So then Mohammed reveals a Qur’anic verse to tell them that having sex with married women is bad, with the exception if that married woman is actually your slave. Apologetic have a difficult time trying to defend this verse as is clear in the Qur’an and it’s across pretty much all Islamic sources – Sunni and Shia. This is found in Surat an-Nisa’, which is chapter 4, and verses 23 and 24. At the beginning of verse 24, we see it says: So, we can clearly see that Mohammed and the Qur’an encouraged Muslim soldiers to rape their female captives, even if they were married. Mohammed was also obsessed with the Jews. He initially felt he could convince them to join him and accept his prophethood, but they kept insisting for miracles that he couldn’t provide. So he became increasingly frustrated with them and began to come up with reasons to attack them, punish them, and take over their wealth and property. He banished a couple of Jewish tribes from Medina. But then, the third and final tribe weren’t as fortunate. The Banu Qurayza had been accused of not doing enough to support Mohammed in his battles and he besieged their fortress for 25 days with no food or water allowed in before they were forced to surrender. Now, cutting food and water from a village may seem inhumane, but the Qur’an here praises the Muslims for casting terror in their hearts. In chapter 33 verse 26, we see it says: And those of the People of the Book who aided them Allah did take them down from their strongholds and cast terror into their hearts. (So that) some ye slew, and some ye made prisoners. As the Jews sat awaiting their punishment, some Muslims from the _______ tribe begged Mohammed to be lenient in his sentence. But he appointed a man known for his contempt towards the Banu Qurayza to issue the sentence against them. This man, Sa’d ibn Mu’adh, ordered that all men and boys who have reached puberty are beheaded. They checked for pubic hair growth to determine who was to die. The women and children were to be enslaved by the Muslims and their property taken by the Muslims. Mohammed even took a female slave, called Rayhana, on that day, after murdering all the men of her tribe. One woman was also beheaded after she had allegedly insulted Mohammed. Estimates of people beheaded that day range from 600 to 900 people. I ask Muslims here to be honest with themselves. If they were on the receiving end of such barbarity, would they give the same excuses that they give now for this brutal massacre? Another example of extreme violence endorsed by Mohammed is given as the context behind verse 5:33. If we read the verse, it says: “The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger, and strive with might and main for mischief through the land is: execution, or crucifixion, or the cutting off of hands and feet from opposite sides, or exile from the land: that is their disgrace in this world, and a heavy punishment is theirs in the Hereafter.” Many Muslims will always claim that this is out of context and it obviously means something else, so let’s just take a look at the context, let’s see why this particular verse came down into the Qur’an. Now, pay attention here as this pretty much single-handedly proves that Mohammed himself was not a man of peace. One day, a group of people from ‘Ukl or ‘Uraina approached Mohammed and asked for help. He sent one of his companions with them along with camels and told them that they can drink camel milk and urine on their journey. Once they were far enough from Mohammed, the people killed the companion and stole the camels. However, Mohammed sent out for them and captured them. Then he personally committed one of the worst acts of violence imaginable. He chopped off their hands and feet, then gouged their eyes out before leaving them there to die in the desert a slow and painful death. This is absolutely outrageous and flies in the face of swift justice. I’m not saying murderers shouldn’t be executed, but it was very arbitrary, with no attempt to differentiate between the person who killed the companion directly with his hands and the others who were with him, potentially accomplices. Why gouge out eyes and leave them to suffer slowly before dying? This story appears in many Islamic sources. I will link the main source in the description below. Reason 4: The Qur’an takes many absurd and historically inaccurate stories from the Bible. For starters: There is no geological evidence around for a global flood like Noah’s even though there should be plenty of evidence for such a flood if it really happened. No historical evidence whatsoever that Jews were enslaved in Egypt at any time. No archeological proof to suggest that they were lost in the desert for 40 years. Yet elements of this story appear quite a lot in the Qur’an. E.g. Noah’s ark has now been uncovered as a forgery of earlier flood myths. Here on YouTube 43alley, has a brilliant video on this. It is well sourced and linked in the description below. Whilst you are there, I would highly recommend watching his video on the evolution of Jesus through the New Testament, tracing how his story starts off basic and simple and evolves into something that is larger than life, generations after the alleged death of Jesus. There is a general misconception that Islam claims the previous scriptures like the Bible were corrupted. The Qur’an actually says Mohammed confirms what was sent before him and confirms the scriptures with the Jews and Christians during his time. Let’s take a look now at Jacob. He is also known by the name “Israel” in both the Bible and the Qur’an. Let’s take a look at where he gets this name. In Genesis 32, we are told Jacob physically wrestles with God during the night until dawn. Then God tried to escape Jacob’s grip, but he was too strong. And Jacob said he wouldn’t let him go unless he blessed him. God then blesses him and renames him “Israel”, which in Hebrew means “He who prevails over God”. Why on earth would the Qur’an use the name “Israel” to describe Jacob if this is the name’s origin in the Bible? It either means Mohammed endorses the story or wasn’t aware of the meaning of this name. Another bizarre story that is copied from the Bible is the story of Lot, where he hosts two angels in his home and a homosexual mob demand Lot hand them over to be raped. Lot instead, being the good man he is, offers his two virgin daughters for the mob to rape instead. Luckily for the girls, the homosexual mob decline Lot’s insane offer. This is mentioned in Genesis 19, but it’s also mentioned twice in the Qur’an, firstly in Surat Hud (chapter 11) verse 78 and also in Surat Al-Hijr (chapter 15) verse 71. Apologists here will claim that Lot offered his virgin daughters in marriage, but none of the scriptures say that, that’s not a very good excuse either as he knows that they’re gay rapists, not exactly people you want to give your girls to in marriage for a number of reasons. Besides, he only has two girls and it is a large crowd. To quell the crowd’s lust, the girls had to be shared and not married to just one or two individuals from the crowd. Reason 5: The pagan origins of belief. Islam seems to take a lot of what pagans used to believe. Let’s remember that the Sumerian religion was likely the first organized religion in the region and possibly the entire world. They believed in the concept of seven heavens and seven earths. They had a superstition with the number seven because of what they observed about the night sky, where seven objects, namely the sun, moon, and five inner planets of the solar system, all moved independently, and were not fixed, like the stars appeared to be. Surat At-Talaq (chapter 65) verse 12 reads: Now, we obviously now know that there aren’t seven earths or seven heavens. But even if someone claims we might not know the meaning, isn’t it dubious, to say the least, that this idea was proposed well before the Qur’an stated it? I mean, it was an incorrectly held common belief long before the 7th century that there were seven heavens. And that’s ________ when we see a verse like this. Surat Nuh (chapter 71) verse 15: “Do you not see how Allah has created the seven heavens, ~ one above another” We find this verse is taking the fact that there are seven heavens as a given. when it says: “Do you not see this?” instead of saying something like “God created seven heavens, but you can only see one of them und can’t see the others however far you look.” Let’s not forget that Aristotle in ancient Greece also championed the very similar idea of solid layers above earth. Is it just a coincidence? It’s clearly false and borrowed by Mohammed to try and explain the cosmos. The most respected Sunni exegesis, Tafsir Ibn Kathir, clearly claims the seven layers are the sun, moon, and five inner planets in his interpretation of this verse. The same idea as Aristotle and the Sumerians, which has long since shown to be inaccurate. Another typical paganistic ritual is animal sacrifice to the gods. If Allah is so different from these other gods, why does he accept animal sacrifices? There are endless references to animal sacrifices in the Bible, but the Qur’an also has a couple of occasions when animal sacrifices to God is mentioned. The first instance is found in the largest chapter in the Qur’an, called “The Cow”, after the yellow cow the Jews are ordered to slaughter as a sacrifice to God. This appears in chapter 2 verse 67. Another example of this paganistic ritual being practised by this god is in the story of Cain and Abel when God accepts the animal sacrifice of Abel and not the vegetation offered by Cain. This leads Cain to kill Abel out of jealousy. The exegesis on this verse is pretty universal that fire came down from the heavens to consume the livestock offered by Abel. Even the concept of Judgement Day and the Afterlife seems borrowed from the pagans. The ancient Egyptians for instance had souls being judged by a god on a set of scales before determining whether they go to a firy hell or forever abode in the beautiful gardens of heaven. Religious Studies academics tell us these beliefs were held way before the advents of monotheism. We see here, the reference to scales is similar to the Qur’an and the idea of heaven and hell is not too far off either. So, five reasons gone, only two to go! I hope you will still tune in and awake! Reason 6 that I’m no longer a Muslim is: The concept of divine justice is flawed. When you have a god who vows to place you in eternal hellfire if you simply don’t believe in his existence, that in itself is not very just. Even he created you with the mind that used rational reasoning to reach a conclusion based on evidence you have. It’s also grossly unfair that some people in the past witnessed miracles first hand and in this day and age we no longer see them. What makes it worse is that in the Qur’an, God categorically states time and time again that guidance to his message is something that he controls and is not really a matter of free will. Chapter 2 verse 10 says: “In their hearts is a disease; and Allah has increased their disease […]” Why is he increasing this disease? A few verses later, we see that Allah mocks the unbelievers and leaves them to wander off blindly. In chapter 4 verse 88, the Qur’an is very clear. It says: “[…] Do you wish to guide him whom Allah has caused to err? And whomsoever Allah causes to err, you shall by no means find a way for him.” Notice the language here. Allah is causing people to err. Allah is the cause of people erring. In chapter 16 verse 93: “[…] He causes to err whom He pleases and guides whom He pleases […]” So, it’s really down to him, it’s not a matter of free will. These and plenty of other verses are clearly stating that it is God’s will and not ours over who receives guidance and who is misguided. But for some reason, we are all accountable for his decisions on leaving us out of his pool of followers. Another unjust concept is the fact that the Qur’an states numerous times that God had favoured the Israelites over other people. What kind of universal god is this? Why would he send these people so many messages and prophets and give them land and help them in battle? This only becomes clear when we look at the history of this god and his origins as a local god and not as the universal god of monotheism, which he later evolves into, according to detailed study of scriptures. Another example of injustice can be found in chapter 2 verse 178. It reads: This verse is not entirely clear from its literal reading and we need to go and look at the context in which this verse was revealed. So, let’s look this up in _____________________ and see why this verse was revealed. Let’s see, here it says … aha, yeah. Fighting took place between two Arab tribes. One Arab tribe had more power than the other and therefore they said: “For every slave of ours that you kill, we will kill a freeman of yours and for every woman of ours a man of yours.” And then this verse was revealed. So, looking at the context of the revelation, we can see that God has prescribed the barbaric practice of vengeful tribal retaliation, where if someone from tribe A kills a woman from tribe B, tribe B cannot kill anyone in tribe A other than a woman in retaliation, presumably because a woman and a man have varied value. What kind of divine justice is this? Innocents are killed in retaliation and Muslim clerics tell us this system is a perfect solution for mankind. Moving on to another point of flawed justice … It just doesn’t seem like it’s a fair test. I mean, people of religion will tell you that everything is a test and it’s a test whether you’re gonna believe or not, and if you don’t believe, you fail the test und you will be punished in the hereafter. So, how fair is this? Why does a Muslim have such a massive ______________ on so many ___________? Given that less than 1 % of the world’s population change their religion, this doesn’t seem to be a very fair criterion. If the majority of people are unable to find the right belief using their brain, then I’m afraid God is being irrational in his judgement as humans are clearly not capable of seeing the so called truth of this message very easily. It’s like trying to teach a class of five-year-olds quantum mechanics and then burning them in an eternity of hell if they don’t understand it. Just to put things in context: This God of Islam forbids someone to eat pork or listen to music but allows slavery, the rape of concubines, and the marriage of young girls. It really seems that his moral compass is all over the place. Finally, on to the last reason why I left Islam! Number 7: Convenient timing of verses. Mohammed had many instances in when his revelations were convenient for him on a personal level, which undoubtedly leads sceptics to question why God would be revealing verses in the Qur’an that have nothing to do with the message of Islam. In Surat at-Tahrim (which is chapter 66) verse 1, we see that Mohammed is told he shouldn’t be forbidding things which had been made lawful for him. The background of the story is that Mohammed has sex with his slave Mary the Copt at Hafsah’s house. When Hafsah walks in and catches him, he urges Hafsah not to tell one of his other wives, Aisha, because he made a promise to her that he would not sleep with Mary. Hafsah tells Aisha anyway and news spreads. There is a breakdown in the relationship of Mohammed and his wives and after Mohammed vows not to sleep again with Mary, God reveals verses rebuking his wives and urging Mohammed to not ban himself from Mary. In Surat al-Ahzab (chapter 33) verse 37: The background to this is that Mohammed was attracted to his cousin Zaineb bint Jahish, who is one of the most beautiful women in Quraysh at the time. But she was married to his adopted son, Zaid. When Zaineb knew of Mohammed’s attraction, she wanted to ditch Zaid and marry Mohammed, who had a much higher social status. When Zaineb and Zaid divorced to allow for Mohammed to marry her, people frowned on the move as they considered Zaineb to be his former daughter in law. But Mohammed gets a revelation from God ordering him to marry Zaineb, and not for ________ people say. The reason given why he needs to marry Zaineb is so that other Muslims will know that marrying your adopted son’s ex-wife is OK in God’s eyes. Staying in chapter 33 verse 50, we see this verse which basically gives Mohammed an exception to the rule of having a maximum of four wives. He is told in this verse he can take as many wives as he wants. Just three verses later, we have another convenient verse. Here, the background to this is that Mohammed is annoyed while guests at his home are overstating their welcome. One of the guests is ______________, who makes his intentions clear that he plans to marry Aisha after Mohammed’s death. Mohammed is frustrated with this man, but is too shy to tell him to leave. So, God reveals a verse to tell these people to leave Mohammed’s house. And he also throws in the order that no one would ever marry any of Mohammed’s wives after he dies. Mohammed once called for polytheism and recognized three female deities as daughters of Allah. This delighted his pagan opponents, but soon after Mohammed said he were told by Gabriel that he never gave him these polytheistic verses, and he gave him other verses to recite in their place. People became suspicious of Mohammed’s claim to prophecy as a result. And God sends him another verse, this time in chapter 22 verse 52, saying that Satan had passed those words on his tongue and that this had occurred with many other previous prophets, too. That just seems too convenient. So with that out, this video ends. Please, help spread my word to Muslims or non-Muslims alike, who may be interested in hearing the arguments I’m putting forward here. If you are a Muslim watching this video, please keep an open mind and check the sources I have left for you in the description box so you can verify for yourself what I have presented in this video. Please, like and share this video with as many people as you can. And please, subscribe, too. I will try my best to keep the videos coming your way. If you can afford to, please also support my work on Patreon. The link is in the description below. And follow me on Twitter, Google+, and Facebook. Until next time! Adios!

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  1. I may be the only Muslim to say this, but what the heck imma say it anyway. Thanks so much for this video, you presented many arguments that left me absolutely dumbfounded at this moment, I don't care if you lied or were honest about being an ex-Muslim. It doesn't change your evidence. I will definitely spend more time studying the historical, geographical, and philosophical points that you made so that I can understand and hopefully seek the honest truth no matter what. Whatever I decide after studying later on, I want you to know that it doesn't matter if I eventually chose Islam or not, what matters is that you opened my mind and heart to accept differences and think outside the box. I hope you realize that my journey began after your video and I will continue to seek knowledge because you have challenged me and I realized that I don't know as much as I thought I had. And please ignore my fellow sis/bro's comment "Raja A." down there, they didn't address any of your concerns, instead they insulted & mocked you on your pronunciation and joked about what religion you are from. I don't care what you are anyway, I just care that we all share knowledge and take the bitter truth pill. I also don't care who wins or loses, I care who tried their hardest to know the truth which is why, I AS A MUSLIM WOMAN, thank you for this well presented video. Cheers and peace!

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  2. Your reasons to leave Islam are true but according to me i stopped judging quran over science coz science is not certain

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  3. If god is all powerful he should have given AK 47 to kill so called non believers. But poor god didn't know what's going to come in the second millinium

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  4. Mu beloved muslims doesn’t believe on this man he is just using cunning language i will prove inshallah when i have time which while he have mentioned I have already study it and Quran is correct and true but first study it b/c Quran have d/f meaning according to context so please be positive and study your Holy Quran

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  5. If you grow up without being indoctrinated in childhood you do not need these arguments as the koran and the bible are so incredibly evil and vile, you will reject them by default for ethical reasons anyway.

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  6. Congratulations bro..
    Inshaa Allah in the hereafter you will be among the losers.I.e,the companions of the hell.
    The day shall come when (gloomy will be their faces those who disbelieve). Surah mulk .

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  7. I agree by reason ,not by predejuice Islam is a false religión .Based on a obscure philosofi .And has and still is misleading thousand of people in the world.

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  8. The life of mohammed is full of actions and Miracles but you do not hear the amazing the .
    Of course the quran and the Bible are the same they come from the same god quan is full of amazing things but you don’t look at them
    But of you don’t believe the islam it’s ok
    Your friend from uae

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  9. Don't mislead your self don't misguide people, If you deny messengers like Mohammed peace of Allah be upon him and Jesus peace be upon him that means you deny Allah/God, do you think Allah/God created this world meaningless, truly Allah/God has created humankind and jinn to worship him alone to reward after life and doomsday

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  10. English proverb says "don't judge book it's cover", God gives us big brain to know what's good what's bad, so instead of accepting other people idea you have to make your own research, read and listen Quran with meaning English, make research what's Islam, then you are free to make your decision.

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  11. God could have created earth in a split second but he didn't to teach us to wait not be in a hurry
    https://binbaz.org.sa/fatwas/20078/حكمة-خلق-السماوات-والارض-في-ستة-ايام

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  12. We aren't to say what's mythical and absurd and what's not we say what's regular and what's not depending on the world around us what's a "myth" and "absurd" in your opinion is just different which of course should be as what we see and do isn't as how God and angels and demons see and do things

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  13. Well it does burn in the mesosphere which is away from the heaven but if he listened to the angles talk then he must have been pretty darn high up so the shooting starts will get him from up there and wouldn't reach earth in any way

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  14. Ok so first of all quran can't have grammatical errors Arabic was taken from the quran now I know Arabic existed before quran but nowadays all the grammar of Arabic is taken off the quran so it wouldn't have mistakes as it is Arabic

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  15. And in 41 11 he didn't mean the heaven should come down it meant they should bring out the goods God have created in them proof ? http://quran.ksu.edu.sa/tafseer/qortobi/sura41-aya11.html do some research before you talk crap about a religion

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  16. Oh yea and this 1000 Angels 3000 angles thing it's too long to fit in here so I will give you the link about the meaning of each one of them http://quran.ksu.edu.sa/tafseer/katheer/sura3-aya124.html And
    http://quran.ksu.edu.sa/tafseer/katheer/sura8-aya9.html

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  17. When it comes to the 50 thousand to the 100 thousand years with the 50000 it is said to be meant that the distance between gods throne and the 7th land takes a 50 thousand year walk source ?
    http://quran.ksu.edu.sa/tafseer/katheer/sura70-aya4.html And the hundred thousand one ? Here it is
    http://quran.ksu.edu.sa/tafseer/katheer/sura32-aya5.html#katheer

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  18. The quran didn't mistake Mary with mariam you are competing things from the bible to things from the quran which isn't how it's done as they both conflict in many ways we are following the quran not the bible so only approve the existence of the people that quran told us existed they are similar as we believe the bible was actually true but people messed with it so yeah still didn't find a single flaw in quran and in 66:12 it is meant that she is his daughter source http://quran.ksu.edu.sa/tafseer/katheer/sura66-aya12.html while she was called the sister of haron not cause she is actually his sister but for different reasons mentioned here http://quran.ksu.edu.sa/tafseer/tabary/sura19-aya28.html

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  19. He only fought people who stopped him from telling people about islam in their countries and he only killed who fight him he didn't kill or force any citizens to get into islam and when he came back to mqa he came in and forgave the people who tortured him and the Muslims at the start he also warned the enemy and asked him to peacefully let him tell people about islam

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  20. The hell you got that from "killing man" " enslaving women and children"? Tell me a single A SINGLE thing in the quran that says they ever abused anyone

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  21. Bnu kryza weren't accused of not doing enough to help him they were accused of betraying him and joining the jews when they attacked the Muslims and he besieged them till they surrendered and kicked them from madina I would assume you don't want betrayers living with you would you? Here http://quran.ksu.edu.sa/tafseer/katheer/sura4-aya24.html and https://mawdoo3.com/حكم_سعد_بن_معاذ_في_بني_قريظة and the guy who actually made the punishment didn't hate banu qryza in any way actually it's the complete opposite as shown in the last source they thought they he would forgive them as they were allies before the Aos not into islam but he didn't forgive them or make the punishment less as they thought he gave them what they deserved for what they did

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  22. So there is no proof in the quran about rhyana and killing all children above puberty so I will just ignore that and the woman beheaded for insulting Mohamed

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  23. If I kill, steal and do all the horrible things they used to do to Muslims then yes I wouldn't be surprised if I was at the recieving end of those actions

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  24. " justice" nowadays is a lot different from how it was then when you think about it those two men with the camels committed theft, murder and betrayed Mohameds trust you can find it in more detail here http://quran.ksu.edu.sa/tafseer/katheer/sura5-aya33.html

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  25. The Bible simply says: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” (Genesis 1:1) It does not comment on exactly how God created everything. So even if a cosmic explosion produced our universe, that would not contradict what is stated in the Bible.
    Of course, many scientists believe that the big bang was a spontaneous, undirected event that led to the self-arranging of particles of matter into stars and planets over a period of time. The Bible does not support that view but states that the formation of the universe was a direct act of God, whether he employed some sort of cosmic explosion or some other method of creation.

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  26. Massive graveyards of thousands and even millions of fish, dinosaurs, and mammals are seen in North America, Europe, and Africa. The same is true of plants. Agate Fossil Beds National Monument is a good places to see numerous fossil mammals jumbled together. Other parts of the world also illustrate fossil graveyards.
    The Messel site near Frankfort, Germany, is also a most unusual collection of animals and plants. These two sites along with others mentioned above reveal the following information: 1. The burial of great quantities of animals together. 2. Rapid burial and excellent preservation. 3. The presence of species now limited to different continents. 4. The position of mammals that suggest death by drowning. Geological processes as seen in the modern world cannot account for such unusual conditions. A world-wide catastrophe involving water is the easiest explanation.

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  27. I'm an Iranian born with the religion of Islam just curious about people who are saying that Islam is fake and after this video, I can say that I haven't heard seventy percent of these maybe these are real and here Iran doesn't want people to know these or maybe Islam is real, who knows

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  28. I would applause for you, I see that your are doing your homework but your whole research is based on misunformation , it's like getting information about Islam from a group of terrorist who uses the Quran to condone their battles .
    In addition all those Hadith you are relating are nonsense Hadith , if you really are a ex Muslim, you would really and really know that there are many sect in Islam and many false Hadith that are not believed by many Muslim . So to relate a Hadith from. Boukari or Muslim and think all Muslim believe in those book is mistaken by you .
    You sound like someone who was maltreated by parent who are Muslim in the name of islam or you have some type of hate toward the religion but I would tell you that Islam is not a religion but a way of life and to say Muhammad copied the Bible is baseless . Keep doing your research

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  29. Hello The Masked Arab I m from India . I m Agnostic and love to see your video about evil cult islam and the hatred book quran. I think quran is completely irrational and nonsense book and made by any psychopath man of course Muhammad Bin Abdullah. Quran discriminate human beings between muslims and non muslims and degrade womens . Only a Sane and Unbiased person will say quran is irrational and false book. Btw great video. Jai Bhim Jai Bharat Jai Lankesh Jai Rakshas

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  30. Throwing fagg0ts off roofs and chopping off the hand of thieves are the only things Islam is right on . Others it’s not.

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  31. Non sense. You re accusung without proving.
    Comparing the Qoran with the Bible is not a technique of a sceptic muslim. The word " infidel" does not exist in ISLAM
    YOU re a hoax (the reason your face)

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  32. Funny how many muslims here state that after watching this video, their belief in Allah and Islam has even intensified. This proves one more time how f***ing gullible you are. Fast forward in the year 2019. If Muhammad would have turned up today for the first time, would you still believe in him? Would you even give a damn screw about his existence? More likely, you would call him a psychopath who should be locked up in psychiatry. So, make up your mind consciously and don’t let naivety prevail in your life.

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  33. Pretty much every comment you make about the Bible and Christianity is wrong (it is easy to understand why you got them wrong and I don't think you are trying to intentionally get them wrong) and that makes me wonder if you are doing the same with the Quran and Islam. Now, in case you want to dispute that you got the Bible and Christianity wrong, I'll give you an example. On the topic of Lot, the Bible is very explicit, "49 “‘Now this was the sin of your sister Sodom: She and her daughters were arrogant, overfed and unconcerned; they did not help the poor and needy. 50 They were haughty and did detestable things before me. Therefore I did away with them as you have seen." The Bible never says that Sodom's sin was homosexuality.  And, as I said, it is easy to understand why you believe Sodom's sin was homosexuality.  There are a lot of Christians who do not know their Bible and who make that claim.  But, again, there is nothing in the Bible which supports that belief.  As a side note on a different topic, only fundamentalist Christians and atheists attempt to interpret the Bible literally.  But, there are a lot of Christians who are not fundamentalists and do not try to interpret it literally.  As you know, in Islam, every word in the Quran comes straight from Allah and, so, Muslims must take the Quran as 100% literally true.  I think this is a very significant distinction between the two religions.

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  34. To me its very easy.
    If your god says kill another human in my name.believe you and me it is not a god.
    Its why i love TENGRI.

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  35. I 'm a proud Muslim. Islam showed the world that all human r equal, and taught patience and care for all humans of all races and All religions. Quran is the perfect book to describe what seemed impossible 1500 years ago. No wonder, some of Quran's explanations are beyond science, but we are just evolving… With time, science will reach to those conclusions too….

    You are free to post your thinking, and MAY ALLAH bless those too who left Islam ( or at-least they are pretending to)

    Religions teach harmony … No religion teaches violence, Torture and suppressing Innocents… But Americans did kill Millions & millions of "Native Americans" and white ppl did killed hundreds of millions ab-originals in AUSTRALIA. Just before, 1920 – Slavery was a business while Islam asked to quit 1500 years ago. Till 1970's women in this world were not even equal-enough to vote. But Islam gave them their deserved-human-rights 1500 years ago… and the list is too long.

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  36. The day of qiyama (judgement day)will be a day full of regret and more for you non believers all the proof is there yet you choose to disregard it by being influenced by other people such as media or following YouTube videos instead of doing you’re own research and finding out the truth on you’re own accord

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  37. can anyone post the name of person mentioned by masked Arab who wanted to marry Aisha after Mohammad death at @25:37 … as i could not hear it properly…i want this for research purposes.

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  38. Greeting of Peace to you my dear brothers and sisters of Islam, First of all I would like to say thank you for making this video an eye opener to every one spiritually, I myself studying Islam found some errors regarding this issues but it doesn’t matter for me, it doesn’t affect my faith to leave Islam because this is one of the test for us.. who will have a strong Iman at the end times will be the chosen for his Umah. I will tell you my brother who left Islam don’t rely too much of looking for perfection when it comes to the context and narrations about Islam itself because honestly it will not be perfect like any other religions in the world, I tell you I studied religions and none of them were perfect and you will end up switching from one religion to the other searching for perfect religion, you will end up frustrated, because you will find flaws on it as what you expect, religion started thousand of years ago where the mode of communication is through oral , narrations, recitations and expect that through this channel some words might be omitted and replaced with other words and other meaning. Verbal wordings might changed when it passed from one person to the other because theres no formal mode of communication to record the accurate and exact words established, even the BIBLE itself has thousands or errors that narrates uncertainty and inaccuracy of informations from one book to the other because this were very old informations my dear brothers and sisters we have to understand that, we can never extract the accurate information from thousands of years ago. An average believer can determine easily why there are some errors in Quran and even in bible and he must remain transparent without judging the religion, but by finding the truth and not by mocking to destroy the image of Islam. we live in a modern age and our reasoning is more higher than the ancients civilizations we cannot use our reasoning to this old text to find it perfect is far from your expectations, since Isa never established a religion because he is more on preachings, what I see Islam is the nearest to the truth, it doesn’t needs your intelligence and logical reasoning because like any other religions it requires only strong FAITH of ones soul, make sense my brother. Dont make it complicated, your losing Allah.

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  39. I was about to take your channel seriously then you attributed isis to Islam. Goodbye. Just another person spreading lies like the others.

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  40. I was born muslim but I always had doubts in my head the moment I became an adult. There are so many undeniable mistakes in Quaran that I've seen with my own eyes. Such as Allah guides whoever he wants and don't guide whoever he wants, if this was correct then why god making me want to leave Islam? Historical Miracles don't count as it could have been just legends. However they claim that Quaran is perfect and thats the miracle. If Quaran was perfect 1 mistake is not acceptable. I saw videos about science and math miracles in Quaran and they are all wrong, such as iron having the same atomic number as the iron chapter order in quaran whether they meant atomic number or atomic weight both are wrong. I spent hours and days counting the words such as women and men there are more than 23 of each because one video states that there is only 23 word of each if you combine both you get 46 equals the chromosome of humans.

    I will keep studying further and further. I want to know the truth and there can be only 1 truth. why would allah make us suffer if he is merciful according to islam. this religion is very restrict and full of non sense. because if god was kind and merciful he would make it easy for us to find the truth if he exist that is. couldn't we all become by accident? science almost reached a point where they probably will learn to create life. maybe at some point they will discover a way to live eternal life who knows.

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  41. Please read Micheal Newton Book : Journey of Souls
    https://bazaarmodel.net/ftp/Project-C/Soul/JourneyofSouls.pdf

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  42. I really can't continue this vain video …You can't imagine how far your stupidity has gone in interperting these verses… It's obvious such explanations wouldn't came except from atheist's mind … Actually You never was a Muslim before, what you don't know about Muslims that we build our religion on two bases ( faith and prove) not like other religions only on faith … And I am very sure that the Quran is free of errors (the most accurate book in the world nowadays), it's not our problem that you're brainless (atheist mind) xD

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  43. I agree with 98% of what you are saying, but saying there is no evidence for a global flood? Come on man! That's just a blatant lie. Either your sources are completely biased or you just haven't done any research in the matter.

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  44. how could u say that science is perfect… science is taking the advantage of Quran to prove things on earth…
    Quran has many things in it that science have not proved yet..

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  45. I think all 3 desert faiths need to vanish. They have caused nothing but drama, chaos and war. I know as far as my european people are concerned and it has made us weak. Return to the native traditions of the lands you are descended from. You'll be much happier. I promise.

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  46. Since I left Islam, i was thinking of a way to provide these informative facts to none Arabic speakers. I'm so glad that you have brilliantly addressed them

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  47. You should grateful was born in Arab slang and easily to understand Islam..
    But, you prefer being stupid and selfish af…you should know human brain have limited source..
    If you can't explain soul, human died and child born…then you just same as other lame human.
    Afraid of ghost and not afraid of Allah ?…believe number "0" is before "1" but can't accept Allah ?
    Human breath with Oxygen is just coincidences ? funny af…

    My father in law was passed away 3 week ago during ramadan and i was involved to clean him and buried him. Thanks to Allah to remind me "This life is short"…"Each life will face death"…sooner or later

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  48. According to my Knowledge , there are the following sources of explaining (Tafseer) Quran
    (1) Explanation (Tafseer) of Quran by Quran
    (2) Explanation (Tafseer) of Quran by Sunnah ( Hadith )
    (3) Explanation (Tafseer) of Quran by sayings of Sahabah(companions of Holy Prophet Peace Be Upon Him)
    (4) Explanation (Tafseer) of Quran by Language

    (5) Explanation (Tafseer) of Quran by Opinion ( based on a careful study of the first four steps )
    If someone tries to explain Quran Using his Opinion only , He will lead astray just like Mr,"The Masked Arab"

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  49. The idea that Allah is ultimately responsible for whoever goes to Paradise or hell, reminds me of Christian Calvinism. Calvinists believe that God created a fixed number of people who will be saved and nothing those people do can cause them to loose their salvation. They call those people the elect. Everybody else has no hope of salvation and in reality were created to go to hell. They have no problem with this view and believe it brings glory to God. How creating souls with no hope of salvation shows God's glory is beyond me. I have to point out that this view is not shared by all Christians. Imagine God choosing to create a human soul with no hope of salvation, eternally doomed to be tortured without end in hell. That's evil.

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  50. i checked 5:33 in the Quran as you referenced in the description box below, theres nothing about mohammed cutting off the feet or the gouging out of the eyes of the thieves????

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  51. @Fatima Fatima, I am convert to Islam and I am dumbfounded that you are dumbfounded. He is dumb and your dumber to think he presented any thing. It is hilarious, very likely the account by the same person, now that is a better explanation of your "dumbfoundedness", then his grasp of theology, sociology, or Islam. Now a days, anybody can pretend to be a Muslim and make some money by bashing Islam, with the rise of Islamophobia, there is rise of scum some stemming from Muslim backgrounds and other just totally fake, trying to ride the gravy train. Bottom line regurgitation of some old stuff, with some old stuff with new shiny cover.

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  52. Before reaching to any conclusions, everyone here must watch Daniel Haqiqatjou's analysis of this video in a kive session running right now. Follow the link. https://www.facebook.com/haqiqatjou/videos/2076529969316119/

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  53. Hey you lier slim shaddy. You are a murtad. Here is a video debunking all your claims. https://youtu.be/_El13YXwRDM

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  54. Another creep who's using the kind of reasoning and examples indicative of a zionist Jew pretending to be a former Muslim.
    Go learn about the arguments and tricks he uses with a true scientific who gratuated from Harvard :

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_El13YXwRDM

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  55. you just need to talk to someone who has passion to gain knowledge… i have been trying to find a mistake in quran for about 10 years now… could not find a sinle error… by the way i am a revert… i do not believe anything unless i investigate myself …. My open challenge to whole world….

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  56. The quran math regarding the number of angels who assisted the Muslims reminds me of the number of foreskins David had to pay as tribute to Saul in order to marry his daughter. So people from this region either suck at math or are horrible at lying. Jesus (said ironically) at least learn to get your story straight.

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  57. For the first time in 1400 years islam is being analyzed and questioned by muslims themselves. That is why more Muslims are leaving Islam than at any time in its history. Thank God.

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  58. Masked Arab! I pray for your safety! don't worry we got CP doing double !
    Thank you for the vids!
    Please continue and stay safe!

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  59. Lol you are talking about science, Muslims believe Muhammad travelled to heavens on a flying donkey. 😀😀😀😀😀😀

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  60. I'm going to research these references and if this guy is being truthful in his analysis I'm departing from islam for good.

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  61. muslim believe doomsday will only happen on friday.. So what happen to the country which not yet friday or already saturday due to time differences?

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  62. Masked Arab I love you man thank you so much for everything if only my family members could see this and realise how crazy Islam is

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  63. Islam implodes under the contradictions within the koran. If you're going to concoct a phoney-baloney cult at least get a good copy editor and proof reader!

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  64. Masked Arab: I was also a devout Muslim and hafiz of the Quran who became an atheist and secular humanist for the same reasons as mentioned in your video. Currently I am the only non Muslim in my extended family and of all the 30 cousins on my whatsapp group. Whenever I bring up the topic of Islam I get a hostile response and am asked to keep my beliefs to myself but my cousins are never able to provide a cogent response to my arguments (in my opinion). Thanks for helping me realize that I am not the only ex Muslim 🙂

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