5 on Islam and Hinduism
Quran says, “And when Allah the One God is mentioned, the hearts of those who
do not believe in the Hereafter get constricted; and when others (false
deities) besides Him are mentioned, they rejoice!” (39:45)
some people create for themselves Gods (objects of worship) other than Allah,
with devotion (love) equal to the devotion of Allah; and the believers do not
love anybody with love equal to the love of Allah; and what will be their
state, when the punishment will be before the eyes of the unjust
(disbelievers)? For all power belongs wholly to Allah, and because Allah’s
punishment is very severe.” (2:165)
Bhagwad Geeta says,
whose intelligence has been stolen by material desires worship demigods”
that is “Those who are materialistic, they worship demigods” i.e. others as
deities besides the True God. (Bhagwad Geeta 7:20)
Mushrikun are idolatry worshippers. The following is the extract from Quran 2:221 from Moshin Khan translation:
The phrases, Al-Mushrikat (idolatresses, etc.) and, Mushrik (idolater), as mentioned in this verse implies muhrikun are idolatory worshippers.
The phrase, Those (Al-mushrikun) invite you to the Fire..but Allah..to Paradise, as mentioned in the same verse implies mushrikun will not invite people to paradise but to hell.
The extract below seems to imply these mushrikun have strange practice since they offer their children to their Allah's partner. The following is the extract from Quran 6:137, Mohsin Khan translation:
The phrase, mushrikun..their (Allah's so-called) 'partners' have made fair seeming the killing of their children, as mentioned in Quran 2:221 implies they offer their children to their God's partner as sacrifice.
Quran 6:121 supports these mushrikun do not believe in Allah. The following is the extract from Mohsin Khan translation:
The phrase, most of them believe not in Allah except that they attribute partners unto Him..they are mushrikun, as mentioned in Quran 12:106 implies mushrikun does not believe in Allah, but they only believe those which they attribute partners unto Allah. In other words, they believe Allah's partners, but Allah.
Quran 48:6, Mohsin Khan translation, mentions mushrikun have evil thoughts against Allah. The following is the extract:
The phrase, the mushrikun..who think evil thoughts about Allah, as mentioned in Quran 48:6 implies mushrikun do not believe in Allah or else there is no reason for them to have evil thoughts against Allah.