Reviews of Mohammed's Koran

From around the world, some of the hundreds of 5 star reviews Mohammed's Koran received in the first few months following publication.  Every review comes from someone who bought the book.  If you are skeptical of any review, a URL is provided at the end of each review, so you can verify every review.

Good conversation starter for family and friends...

The first hundred or so pages detail how historically, western governments had understood the danger of Islam, and it's focus on spreading the religion through infiltration and war. It describes how this was well known throughout the civil service and the highest levels of government. This is illustrated by numerous quotes and policy decisions from the first half of the 20'th century. However this understanding was either forgotten, or deliberately ignored by our governments in the past 40 years. It also eludes to how Islamic countries are kept weak because the religion sets Muslim against Muslim over minor transgressions of the complex rules within Islam, and forbids critical thought so the contradictions in the Koran will not be questioned, this enables the religion to survive. This is achieved through death to apostates, un-believers who criticize the religion, and Muslims who ask questions. This avoidance of critical thought also discourages science and innovation which undermine Islam, and has led to poor development in Islamic countries. The rest of the book contains a copy of the Koran. A regular Koran contains the "revelations" that Muhammad supposedly got through the angel Gabriel, with the order all jumbled up. This Koran sorts those revelations in order from last to first... this is because later (often violent) revelations cancel (abrogate) out earlier (peaceful) revelations. The book also highlights the more concerning revelations in Bold so that they are easy to find. This does two things, firstly it makes it clear that there are a lot of revelations that will directly concern non-Muslims, since these revelations direct Muslims to kill or subdue non-Muslims. Secondly the concerning revelations are mostly towards the end of Muhammad's life, it seems in his last days and weeks he was very busy killing non-Muslims, and these later revelations override the earlier revelations. For people not familiar with the Koran, you will find that many of the revelations make little to no sense. For example a revelation might be "pick that up, and make good use of it"... you then have to read the Hadiths to find out that Muhammad picked up a sword and kill infidels with it (NOTE: The Hadiths provide "context" to the revelations, and were written by his followers who observed what he was doing when he received each revelation from Allah). So when you read the Koran section, do not expect a "good read", because the "revelations" do not have the "context" of the Hadiths. However many revelations are clear within themselves, and it is clear infidels are to be killed or forced to submit to Islam by Muhammad, who is considered the perfect example of conduct. Hence we see ISIS copying Muhammad in his killing-sprees, rapes, stoning, child-marriage, slavery... and all manner of other unpleasant things that Muhammad got up to. If you are going to buy a Koran, I'd buy this one... and use it as a talking point with family and friends. We should all be concerned about anyone who believes that this is the perfect and unalterable word of god (and many really do, which is idealogically why they segregate). In these conversations it is worth pointing out that one of the major issues with Islam appears to be that Muhammad had a peaceful phase when he was in a minority, and then a violent "death to unbelievers" phase when in a majority. This means that in countries where Muslims are a minority they can copy Muhammad and behave peacefully. But if they reach a majority, history suggests that they may feel compelled to follow the instructions from Allah and turn to violence.

Me and my Muslim mate have both bought this and well into it...

We've scanned through it before going back to the start and both picked out points we both knew from the koran, but this book gives it the real context and not the tripe politicians, the main stream media and idiots who haven't even bothered reading the koran try and feed the gullible public. It's more interesting to read it in it's chronological order. When he read the part at the start which said if you're a muslim put this down laughed his backside off.

Opened my eyes...

Brilliant book. I really don't know why people feel that it's wrong to criticise dangerous, and violent ideas just because they're in a holy book. People shouldn't be following a book written 1400 years ago by a barbaric peadophile, its the 21st century. Ridiculous.

The book illustrates that the standard view on Koranic abrogation concerning war and peace...

Did you know that what Muhammad produced in the Koran, is simply a book of gibberish consisting of later evil verses abrogating earlier peaceful verses? This abrogation is explained very clearly in Peter and Tommy's book. Basically, however interpreted, the book illustrates that the standard view on Koranic abrogation concerning war and peace verses is that when Muslims are weak and in a minority position, they should preach and behave according to the ethos of the Meccan verses (peace and tolerance); but when strong, they should go on the offensive on the basis of what is commanded in the Medina verses (war and conquest). There is so much in "Mohammed's Koran: Why Muslims Kill For Islam" that is not generally known, that is truly shocking. And for some mysterious reason, it is long overdue that the Koran is subjected to the same historical scrutiny that has been applied to the holy books of Judaism and Christianity.

A bold and uncompromising refreshing endeavour!

...the beauty of this book is it's direct textual challenges to the 7th century political and religious system that is being imposed on us by force or threat by the very people we entrust to protect us!