All muslims believe in the koran, isis believes in the koran. Mohammad was a child predator and murderer-he married children at a young age and don't give me it is there culture. The koran clearly states to become friends with the infidel and then strike. It is also in their religion to institute sharia law, this is happening in Dearborn Michigan----this is not what America is about. I am a Christian follower of Christ and I am not perfect by no means I do pray for muslims to allow Christ into there life but I don't wish harm on them or try and kill them if they do not convert....Muslim and isis both believe in the koran so the apple does not fall far from the tree. The religion of islam is a very dedicated religious culture be very aware of what is going on.
A whole community of people are NOT responsible for the actions of some, regardless of how horrific those actions may be. There is not one community on the face of he earth who can justify the actions of everybody associated with them. It's impossible, unjust and prejudice. Nobody would like that happening to them and they should also be just as fair to others.
I ask the question about the religious right because the deep differences in Christianity may be able to provide context about the differences in Islam. It is true that in the United States, most people have a Christian background. However, there is great diversity in the various denominations of Christianity. Much in the same light, it would be unfair to take an extreme sect of Islam and apply it to the entire religion. Is it true that the more extreme elements of Islam go further than extreme elements of Christianity? Absolutely. But still, it is not fair to generalize. After all, religious texts have several contradictions that result in different ways of interpreting them.
No, Muslims should not be responsible for the reputation given to them by Isis. Isis is an extremist group that does not even follow most of the principles of Islam. They have very little in common with most Muslims and it would be a disservice to all of us to assume that they do. Do Christians want to take responsibility for extremists such as the Planned Parenthood shooter in Colorado?
One of the signs of the end times, according to Islam, is the inversion
of reality – in other words, things being upside-down. For Muslims,
there is nothing that more obviously illustrates this than Islam being
made to appear bad to the world. For the first time in the history of
our faith, an extremist fringe has hijacked the religion and is
dominating the headlines, causing havoc and creating a global crisis.