Obeying Allah, prophet al-Khidr murdered a boy whom he feared would later oppress his parents with "transgression & disbelief" (Quran 18:74-18:80). Why did Allah have this boy killed, instead of killing every boy who grew up to become an evil tyrant?
"Compassionate and Merciful" Allah was most concerned about the parents of al-Khidr's victim, but where was Allah's concern for the parents of all the victims of mass murderers?
Would the world have been a better place had Hitler and Stalin been murdered by Allah before they became adults?
Is the alleged oppression of 2 parents arising from the "rebellion & disbelief" truly a greater calamity than the deaths of thousands due to mass murderers?
In the verse, Quran 8:12, Allah declares: "I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve." Why was this more important to Allah than casting love into the hearts of everyone?
If the God of the Muslims makes it a strong priority to cast terror into the hearts of those who do not believe Muhammad, can we be surprised if some Muslims decide to do so as well?
In Quran 5:38 we read that Allah wants thieves' hands chopped off, but Allah demands no punishment for enslaving someone. (Muhammad himself owned slaves). Why is stealing a computer more worthy of punishment than is enslaving a person for life?
Why was it a greater priority to Allah to inform people of that Dhul-Qarnain traveled to "the setting place of the sun" (wherever that is) than to let people know that certain mosquitoes transmit malaria?