The Holy Quran Experiment


The Holy Quran Experiment

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[The Holy Quran Experiment]

Since the recent events in Paris, and the association between ISIS and the Islam, the Islamic belief has been under constant scrutiny. Muslims have been accused of following a religion that has no place in our Western culture.

This made us wonder: What about Christianity… a religion that has influenced our culture greatly?

“A woman should learn in quietness and full submission.”

According to this entire book the woman has to be submissive…

For this experiment we’ve purchased a Bible and have disguised it as the Holy Quran. We then highlighted a couple of shocking verses that are in great contrast without Western norms and values. Let’s see what happens when we read these passages from the Bible to some people out there all while leading them to believe these passages are from the Quran.

If you reject my commands and abhor my laws… You will eat the flesh of your own sons… and the flesh of your own daughters. I do not allow for a woman to teach… You will have to cut off her hand… Do not forgive her. If two men sleep with each other they will both have to be killed.

What are your initial thoughts?

This sounds ridiculous…

Well, I didn’t know that this kind of stuff was also in this book…

How could anyone believe in this?!
That’s unbelievable to me.

Cutting off people’s hands… I mean, apparently that’s just the way they are, but…

If you’ve been raised with this book and these kinds of thoughts it’s going to influence the way you think.

To me this sounds like they want to oppress you and force you to believe what they believe.

The woman wants to help and as a result her hand get’s cut off, so…

That’s what it says, Yeah.


And that’s not a good thing, is it?


If you were to compare this to the Bible…
what are the biggest differences?

Hearing this, I would think the Quran is more aggressive. Especially with things like cutting off people’s hands.

I think the Bible mostly has a lot of positive things in it.

The story in the Bible is told very differently.

The biggest difference is what you just heard here, which is the role of the woman.

The Bible is a lot less harsh and a bit more peaceful.

The world is changing and I think they should have to adapt to it.

Most of our people have experienced the freedom to make their own choices and freedom of speech and having that freedom allows you to think differently.

It bothers me that some people see these old writings as the absolute truth.

But then, couldn’t we just get rid of books like these?

Well, they are really old so we can’t really do anything about them…

Well… we have a little surprise for you.

These ‘beautiful’ verses from the Quran… are actually from the Bible.

What the fuck?


What the hell? Source:

Wow, I did not see that coming…


Not at all!

That is really unbelievable! That is sick… that’s really sick…

Are you actually for real?

Very well done… you really got me.

It’s all just prejudice really, I always try not to be prejudiced myself but apparently I already am. It’s just something you do unconsciously.

It has a lot to do with the media of course…

It’s important to just keep thinking rationally when it comes to these things, try to think logically about things and use it to your advantage.

Of course I’ve heard Bible stories when I was young and I went to a Christian school, but… I really had no idea this was in there.

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Until next time!

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