Boreal Books

Children and the Koran

The End of Empathy

A lack of empathy in believers, whether it be an instilled pathology or a manifestation of loyalty to one’s tribe means we can no longer count that love of country or respect for Western civilization and what it stands for will see us through.

The threat that an absence of empathy and tribalism poses can be significantly reduced if we diminish the hate-that-binds; if we stop a god’s pathological loathing for those who will not submit from corrupting innocence by making the Koran for adults only.

By having you read what children who should be enjoying Babar the Elephant or Cinderella are reading, I hope to convince you to try to do just that—for their sake, and ours.

If Children and the Koran - The End of Empathy does not convince you of the pressing need to make the Koran for adults only, nothing will!

Children and the Koran is now available as web pages. If you found the information valuable please consider buying a book. In the web edition, footnotes, where appropriate, have been integrated within the text and longer paragraphs broken into smaller segments to improve readability on electronic devices.

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CONTENTS

Introduction

Foreword

Getting Kids to Feel Nothing

Hooked on Sadism

A Real Life Example of the Appeal of Scriptural Sadism

Al-Mughirah

Lessons in Cruelty

Lebensraum

Willing Executioners

Safeguarding Antipathy

Can We Be Friends?

Instilling a Lifelong Desire to Kill and Be Killed

Death's Pied Piper

A Pitch for Martyrs

Children Scared White

Little Boys Learning to Hate Little Girls and Little Girls to Hate Themselves

An Evil Affliction

Confounding Little Girls

Divorce

Dad Dies - Who Gets What!

A Vicious Circle

Killers Keepers

Slave Girls, Oh Boy!

Allah Really Hates Homosexuals

Paradise, the Final Obscenity

Seven Stacked Sexopoles

The Petra-Khidr Influence

Imagination, Freewill and the Lies Children Are Told

A Brilliant Malevolent Idea

Allah's Worse Nightmare

Teach Your Children Well

The Morning After