A perfect example would be your lack of reply to the simple question I've asked repeatedly. It was simple. Instead of answering you replied about god deciding not you. I didn't ask about who decides these things, I asked very simply if such teachings, which I'm assuming you believe to be the word of your god and thus true, sit well with you? It's frustrating asking something and not getting a reply, especially when I've tried to be frank and honest with you. The first time you said
Quran understands believers and unbelievers as monotheism and those who don't believe in monotheism. The Quran says everyone will be judged fairly and everyone little seed of good he will face and every little seed of bad he will face. It says that many times. We all will be judged by our record. So I wouldn't worry about having a bad day in court.
You seem to responding to a question I didn't ask. The second time you said
That is for God to decide and not me.
Again, I didn't ask anything that would warrent that response. So, again:
I am curious about your interactions with unbelievers. Throughout the quran there's talk about the believers, and the kaffir. It's important to note the quran makes a huge distinction. Those who aren't muslims are inferior. The quran compares non muslims as beasts of burden, on the same level as animals, and according to some preachers worse than animals.
Does this sit well with you?
A simple question. Are you, personally, happy and satisfied with these teachings? What are your thoughts as an individual with your own mind?
This is what I'm asking: Does the above sit well with you