This one's gonna be short and sweet, since there's not really much to say. It regards that one Qur'an passage I quoted in the last part. You know, the one that says "no compulsion in religion"? Well, some people have a problem with this passage, saying that it says nonbelievers will go to hell and burn and how is that not compulsion? And you know what? I'd take that claim more seriously if it weren't being put forth by people who don't say "So believe in Jesus or go burn in hell" in the next damn breath.
Yes, I've heard if from atheists, too, but I hear it the most from christians. And in truth, one hell I don't believe in is just as persuading as another hell I don't believe in, so there's really no compulsion to me in that phrase. For now, I stand by my conclusion from before: the Qur'an is - to my knowledge - more tolerant of other faiths than the Bible: the Qur'an doesn't have the muslims killing others just because of faith.