Running totals from Sura 2 to 64:
Total number of verses from Sura 2 to 64: 5140
Total number of verses in 2-64, which preach violence against non-Moslems: 1272
Violent verses as a % of total from Sura 2 to 64: 25 %
Sura 2 to 64 as a % of the 6346 verses in the Koran: 81%
Out of 18 verses in this chapter, only 6 preach intolerance and hate towards non-Moslems. The hate speech verses are; 5-7, and 9-11.
This is about as clear as it gets. Allah preordains some to be the winners in this life and the next – these are the Moslem cult followers who will 'gain' paradise. Allah also predestines some to be 'losers' or those who reject the cult of Muhammad. Their mutual loss will be hellfire for eternity. Allah punishes whom he will and rewards whom he wishes. No free-will, no rationality, no Golden rule. Islam is a cult of predestination. Unbelievers are evil, stupid, greedy, rebellious, hypocritical and to be avoided. Thus the world cleanly broken into two.
Muhammad aka Allah, the narrator in the Koran, also warns Moslem men that their wives [emphasize the plural] and their children might be evil and their enemies if they try to stop the man from submitting to Muhammad [aka Allah]:
In this vein violence against your wives or children is sanctioned – if they 'stray' from Islam or try to obstruct a man's duty in submitting his worthless self to Muhammad.
Violence against non-Believers, or evil non-Moslems is of course the main theme of the Koran. A second and important sub-theme is that pious Moslems will simply, unthinkingly, and unstintingly follow this Allah deity, manifested in the rule of Muhammad. This idol Al-Lah is of course an unknowable, never-defined thing which has nothing in common with the Judeo-Christian idea of God. Yet this impersonal object?, or natural force?, or celestial deity?, is the only organizing principle of existence. Follow its?, his?, the thing's?, male moon idol's? commands as pronounced through his chosen man, the military leader Mohammed, a man who led 88 expeditions of plunder, war and brigandage (and how many forays of extermination did Christ lead?). Thus we read:
“Whatever is in the heavens and on earth, declares the Praises and Glory of Allah: to Him belongs Dominion, and to Him belongs Praise: and He has power over all things.” (64:1)
Allah – whatever it is – owns everything. All people, assets, ideas, movements, thoughts, transactions, dreams, hopes (even the Obamed's?); all are the property of the thing Allah. No need for free will, thinking, rationality or individual accountability. Just submit to this idol's rules and you will prosper:
“No kind of calamity can occur, except by the leave of Allah: and if any one believes in Allah, (Allah) guides his heart (aright): for Allah knows all things.” (64:11)
The key to the good life on earth and in the hereafter is complete obeisance to the Allah. This denotes a cult, not a rational approach to spirituality. Muslims cannot deny this. This phrase or some variation thereof is repeated on every single page in the Koran without exception.
What then constitutes a good Muslim? Prostration to the Allah idol, and following the dictums of his creator and spokesman, Mohammed:
“So obey Allah, and obey His Messenger: but if you turn back, the duty of Our Messenger is but to proclaim (the Message) clearly and openly.” (64:12) and
“Allah! There is no god but He: and on Allah, therefore, let the Believers put their trust.” (64:13)
This chapter weaves together the two main threads one finds in the Koran. Blind submission to the predestination power of Allah is absolutely mandatory. Violence and open hatred against those who reject the Allah cult encouraged and sanctioned by the deity. Reasonable people find very little religiosity within either theme.