Running totals from Sura 2 to 72:
Total number of verses from Sura 2 to 72: 5344
Total number of verses in 2-72, which preach violence against non-Moslems: 1375
Violent verses as a % of total from Sura 2 to 72: 26 %
Sura 2 to 72 as a % of the 6346 verses in the Koran: 84%
Arab paganism infuses the Koran. It seems rather odd that a 'deity' would be so profoundly linked to a backwater like Arabia, full of Bedouins and tribes who were in the main, impoverished, dissolute, uncultured, violent and involved in unending sorties of brigandage, along with slavery and slave trading. A 'deity' would take a more universal approach one would assume. In any event the Moslem book of 'truth' named Recital, has a chapter devoted to the Arab devils or Jinns. Jinns were fashioned by the Allah and were believed by Arabs [pre-Allah], to be a fixture of human life and existence.
“Jinns are in essence devilish spirits, capable of filling men and women with vice and bad ideas. As part of the ritual Hajj or pilgrimage, the true believer must throw rocks at these little demons to ward off evil. There is nothing that I could devise which is more pagan, more irrational, more pre-modern than casting stones at imaginary things or gremlins. How utterly devoid of intelligence or even faith.
So now we even have a chapter devoted to this illusory pagan myth of the little devils. Or rather approximately 10 verses out of 28. The scribbler of this particular Sura was not sure if Jinns were entirely evil or were perhaps used by the Allah thing to direct people, or more likely frighten them, into following his or its dictums:
“And we do not understand whether ill is intended to those on earth, or whether their Lord (really) intends to guide them to right conduct.” [72:10]
....The Jinns might therefore be of some use to helping guide people to the message and ritualization of Allah. For those that ignore this 'sign' and dare to disobey the demands of the Allah thing, eternal damnation is assured:
“Amongst us are some that submit their wills (to Allah), and some that swerve from justice. Now those who submit their wills – they have sought out (the path) of right conduct: But those who swerve, - they are (but) fuel for Hell-fire'” [72:14,15]
Jinns are the creation of the Al-Lah deity, known before the cult of Submission's creation, as Hub'Al the male moon god of Mecca. Jinns are usually associated with vices and bad behaviour, though in some parts of the Koran, Jinns can be construed as a positive, forcing people onto the Sharia or right path in life. The import of Jinns is that it is yet another direct link to Arab paganism which suffuses the cult of Muhammad.
Unlike Jinn, the unbelievers or Untermenschen are always associated with evil. In this Sura of 28 verses only 9 preach hate against non-Moslems. Surely a moderate amount. The hate speech verses are:
Any Jinn or human who rejects the Allah cult, including polytheists or Christians is; evil, foolish, wayward, and doomed to be firewood in Hell. If you associate anything with this Al-Lah deity you are going to hell [72:18 and 23]. Muhammad's creation the El or Al-Lah [The Lord] demands utter obedience to its power and its dogma alone. You cannot escape its wrath or vengeance.
Like every Koranic Sura, there is no higher ethical statement in these verses. It is just a cacophony of violence, rage and demands. This culture of intolerance, so obvious to any objective reader of the Koran, must inform Moslem society. It is impossible to reject the clear linkage between Koranic supremacism and Moslem intolerance and violence evinced and propounded on a daily basis in the real world.