My article is written to encourage Muslims to end Islamic terrorism and destruction of our planet by having their religious leaders revise the Qur'an. They must understand that there are many abominable verses that must be replaced with God's Greatest Command to "Love one another". It is difficult for Muslims to challenge centuries of indoctrinated religious beliefs. Such an effort is extremely important to bring sanity into their lives so they can achieve the objective to preserve their culture and religious values.
Failure to revise the Qur'an will confirm that Muslim religious leaders are intent to make Islam prevail over all other religions with an objective to dominate the world. From its beginning to the present, Muslim leaders have used the Qur'an to cause terrorism and death of millions of innocent lives. Indoctrinated with the dogma of the Qur'an, Muslim leaders and their followers fail to accept that all ideas, inspired or created due to learning events, can be changed.
As long as religious leaders indoctrinate followers with the Qur'an, the killing of innocent people will never stop. T he Qur'an is the source of hatred, bigotry, violence and the killing of innocent people who have other religious beliefs.
Unless the Qur'an is revised to advocate the greatest command given by a man of God to "Love one another ", then the killing of innocent people will continue.
If the Qur'an is not revised, the solution for any country is to shut down all mosques and prohibit the religion of Islam from infecting innocent minds.
It is incumbent that media, national and international, including the internet, proactively educate Muslims and people world-wide about the abominable verses that exist in the Qur'an. The solution is clear. The Qur'an must be revised to eliminate the abominations it advocates. My book Allah, We, Our and Us defines the problem and proposes a solution. The need for change must be understood and implemented by the millions of Muslims themselves; otherwise they will continue to be indoctrinated and led by powerful religious leaders.
Revision of outdated dogma is not sacrilegious or blasphemous as strict religious leaders would like people to believe. Religious beliefs have been revised many times as demonstrated by the Egyptian Priesthood. As revealed in a one-page figure presented in my article titled, " Provide History of Religion and God ," inspired men have developed the belief in one-universal God after revising their beliefs through many centuries.