Islamic religious leaders and scholars have defended their religion by strongly supporting the beliefs presented in the Qur'an. However over the last few decades, more Muslims have become educated and are asking why their communities have become isolated from their neighbors and why are they feared by people of other cultures in many countries?
The purpose of any religion is to teach people to live harmoniously with one another and respect all of God's children. However, the book, Allah, We, Our and Us reveals that the Qur'an promotes bigotry, hatred, violence, and the killing of people who do not believe in Allah. The prime Islamic beliefs taught to all Muslims are that they have the true religion (Sura 9:29), it is the Religion of Truth, and that Allah will make it prevail over all other religions (9:33). Hence, on the world stage we have a "bully religion" whereby Islamic leaders indoctrinate their followers to eliminate the religious beliefs of other people.
A truism that is ingrained into Muslim belief has been succinctly stated by Osman S. Ahmed, Ph.D., "The core message of Islam is contained in its name--Islam, which means submission to the Creator and complete surrender of one's will and life to Him."  Dr. Ahmed further summarizes this basic tenet of Islam below:
"Islam starts with the concept of surrender and submission to God -- the Creator, the Cherisher, the Beginning and End of all things, the Lord in Whose Hands lie everything, and Who has control over all things, the Merciful, the Omnipotent, and the Ultimate Reality. The word Islam literally means surrender or submission, and the one who surrenders is a Muslim.  "
An article titled, Indoctrination of the Muslim Mind  clearly shows how Muslims are indoctrinated with the Qur'an. Throughout the Qur'an, there is a psychological use of "We, Our and Us," which refers to the one god Allah. The use of these plural pronouns forms the psyche of Muslim minds to associate themselves with Allah and thereby believe they are commanded by Allah. It creates a feeling of unity with the Creator and the compulsion to impose this unity on all people with the altruistic belief that they are promoting the integration of mankind with the Creator. Hence, the Qur'an is a highly effective tool; a manual used by Islamic religious leaders to indoctrinate the Muslim mind. It causes a mindset that is similar to that promoted by Hitler who led his people to believe they were the Master Race. The outcome results in war with those who do not conform to Islamic beliefs; the alliance with Allah is similar to Germany's warfare on other nations with the belief that they were a superior people.
The photo below shows a young boy has been successfully indoctrinated with the dogma of the Qur'an. Taught the beliefs of the Qur'an by Islamic religious leaders, he is about to shoot a captive in the head. His mind has been ingrained with the belief that Allah commands Islam is the true religion and will prevail over all other religions.
The Qur'an is the sole document used by Islamic religious leaders to indoctrinate their Muslim followers; it is implemented using Sharia law. The result has been the development of many terrorist organizations whereby they force their beliefs on others and, in many cases, do not even give the alternative of paying a tax to preserve their lives but ruthlessly cause their death. This has been witnessed throughout the world with the mass murder of Jews, Christians, Buddhists, other religious people, and nonbelievers who do not worship Allah.
There is historical evidence, since the inception of Islam, that it is the Qur'an that is the source of discontent around the world. The question arises, why haven't Islamic religious leaders sought to use the Qur'an to promote peace rather than an objective to attain world domination? History shows, as documented in Allah, We, Our and Us and Obama, Islam and Benghazi, that Muslims are indoctrinated with the Qur'an to attain the riches, wealth, and lands of other people. The mindset of being superior and being one with Allah eliminates the passion for elevating their lives with education and take pride in their own accomplishments. The relative ease of simply taking from others is much easier than self-development when one places their life in Allah. This is a tribal mentality that originally existed with uneducated Arabs. An Islamic poor education is endemic as it limits the study of historical and philosophical world views and emphasizes the dogma contained in the Qur'an. The limited exposure of world history and known great writers makes Muslims easy followers of a rogue religion that reeks havoc and death of other people.
What is the solution to save a religion that has a record of developing terror armies and extremists, which kill people in the name of their God, Allah? Any educated, morally astute religious leader, who has been exposed to many religious beliefs around the world, would be able to reason that the Qur'an itself has many verses that cause bigotry, hatred, violence and the killing of innocent people. The solution is a simple one; revise the Qur'an by eliminating those verses that cause hate, violence and the killing of people who have religious beliefs other than Islam.
All representatives of God serve the purpose to teach their people to love one another. It is their mandate to teach God's children to love one another so that they may be received by God. Every religion has different beliefs as to the possibility of a God providing a reward for those that live decent, moral, and honorable lives. Certainly, heaven does not exist for a person who kills another person who believes in God in a different way. Recorded history documents that God has introduced Himself in the minds of men beginning with the Ancient Egyptians. He has caused men to be inspired to visualize and worship Him in order to aspire to higher levels of moral conduct.
The Egyptians first believed in many gods because they venerated all living things. But as they became more civilized and began to think of God as being the Creator of all there is, they conceptualized the belief in one-universal God. The Priesthood of Amon wrote hymns (scripture) extolling Amon as the Sole God. Several extracts of their hymn to Amon are presented in the book, Future of God Amen.  This book reveals that the beliefs of the Ancient Egyptians were emulated by the Hebrews, Christians and Muslims. Each group of people learned from the beliefs developed by former civilizations borrowing core beliefs that resulted in the Torah, the Gospels, and the Qur'an. Few people know that of the Ten Commandments, eight (and much more) were practiced by the Egyptians.
What people need to understand is that mankind is on a journey in learning about their purpose in life and that they may someday understand the essence of God. Nobody truly knows God but His essence pervades the universe in the form of consciousness that has caused atoms and the smallest of particles to coalesce to form inorganic and organic matter  .
The Egyptians developed the concept of one-universal God; an idea that took many thousands of years. Many advances in the belief of many gods to one God brought mankind to the stage of development we have today. The important thing to realize is that the Egyptian Priesthood revised their religious beliefs until they conceived the ultimate belief of one God. That God is announced in many houses of worship as people relevantly say Amen. In fact, it was Jesus, who is presented in the Qur'an, that stated for those that hath an ear  :