Returning to intolerance, Muhammad alleges that his lord began the 60th surah, pleading: Qur'an 60:1 "Believers, take not my enemies and yours as allies, offering them love, even though they have rejected the truth that has come to you, and have driven out the Prophet and you because you believe in Allah! If you have come out to struggle in My Cause, and to seek My Pleasure, (take them not as friends), holding secret converse of love with them: for I am aware of all you conceal. And any of you that does this has strayed from the Straight Path. If they were to get the better of you, they would be your foes, and stretch forth their hands and their tongues against you with evil (designs)." Allah finally gets around to talking about love and he tells Muslims not to do it. If you want to please the Islamic god you have to hate.
Recognizing that the people Muhammad was telling his faithful to hate, on behalf of Allah, were their own family members; he explains: Qur'an 60:3 "Your ties to your relatives and to your children will not avail you on the Day of Doom; He will part you." This verse contradicts a number of more "family oriented" ones, and that's a problem. Contradictions are evidence something isn't true, or at least isn't godly. And all of the "nice" verses came earlier and were abrogated by this one.
Ever predictable, our illiterate prophet corrupted yet another Bible story, meaning Abraham to make his case. Qur'an 60:4 "There is for you an excellent example, a pattern in Abraham and those with him, when they said to their people: 'We are through with you and with what you worship besides Allah. We reject you. Hostility and hate have come between us forever, unless you believe in Allah only.'" Hostility and hatred for anyone who does not surrender remains a core motivation for Islamic intolerance. Yet Abraham simply left town and headed to the Promised Land. There is no evidence that he hated anyone, and even less that he spoke of serving a Meccan Moon God. After all, by leaving Ur he was abandoning "Sin," the Chaldean Moon God, from which the Allah cults were derived.
The twisted spirit of Islam uses a triple negative to say that Muslims don't have to hate everybody. Qur'an 60:8 "Allah forbids you not, with regard to those who fight you not for (your) Religion nor drive you out of your homes, from dealing kindly and justly with them: for Allah loves those who are just dealers. Allah only forbids you, with regard to those who fight you for (your) Religion, and drive you out of your homes, and support (others) in driving you out, from turning to them (for friendship). Those who turn to them, do wrong." This verse is used by Islamic clerics to justify attacking America. The United States supports Israel, a nation they wrongly contend has driven Muslims from their homes.
Still getting heat from his fellow militants for having capitulated at Hudaybiyah, Muhammad had his god breach "the right of return" part of the contract. While it's foolish to trust a prophet and god who do not honor their vows, this annulment has far reaching implications. In the second to last surah, Allah will abrogate the entire treaty of Hudaybiyah, and thus justify his messenger's attack during a time of "peace." This set a Muslim precedent: their signature on any peace accord is as meaningless as their prophet's words. Qur'an 60:10 "Muslims, when there come to you believing women fugitives, examine them: Allah knows best as to their Faith: if you ascertain that they are Believers, then send them not back to the Unbelievers. They are not lawful for them."
I'm sure this makes sense because it's "scripture" dictated directly from god: Qur'an 60:11 "And if any of your wives deserts you to the Unbelievers, and you have an accession (by the coming over of a woman from the other side), afterward you have your turn (of triumph), then give unto those whose wives have gone the like of that which they have spent, and fear Allah." I know you think you understand what you believe he said but I'm not sure you realize that what you read is not what he meant.
The next verse demonstrates how surahs were jumbled together haphazardly. The oath of women took place after the conquest of Mecca. Yet much of this surah deals with the dissolution of the treaty that ultimately lead to the conquest. And that poses a serious problem for Muslims. It means that their prophet's Companions couldn't remember when something was revealed or the context of the revelation. Thus the book they claim was written perfectly by Allah is out of order, something inconsistent with the nature of God. Moreover, if it is randomly assembled and out of context, there is little chance that it accurately represents what Muhammad claimed he deciphered.
Qur'an 60:12 "O Prophet! When believing women come to you to take the oath of fealty to you, that they will not associate any other thing with Allah, that they will not steal, that they will not commit adultery, that they will not kill their children, that they will not utter slander, intentionally forging falsehood, and that they will not disobey you (Muhammad) in any matter, then do you receive their allegiance, and pray to Allah for their forgiveness." As will become abundantly clear when we arrive at this point in the chronology, the oath of allegiance was to Muhammad, not Allah. Muslim women surrendered to him. They were forced to obey his every command. At long last he took his revenge. And while it's a detail, "not associating any other thing with Allah" suggests that Allah was one of many things, or idols.
Back to basics... Qur'an 60:13 "Believers, turn not to people on whom is the Wrath of Allah, for they are already in despair, just as the Unbelievers are in despair about those (buried) in graves." The end of this surah is hypocritical. It is Muslims who fret over the fate of their dead, for there is no assurance of paradise (except for martyrs who die killing infidels). This is why all Muslims must blurt out "peace be unto him" every time they say Muhammad's name. The prophet didn't die a martyr and thus may not have been forgiven by his capricious god. In Christianity, by contrast, salvation is assured, it is a gift from Yahweh. All you have to do is accept his gift and paradise is yours.