posted on Jul, 31 2016 @ 09:12 AM
a reply to: Gyo01
I don't think anyone can answer you truthfully.
I think the real question is "Does the government or alike go out of their way to track people that read the Quran?"
I'd bet "no".
Most people that read the Quran aren't nuts. Each religion has it's dumbasses and Islam might have a higher percentage (or more publicity?) but
there's still so many people that read it, I don't think if they even bothered to track something like that it'd be too useful.
There's also a matter of the operating system (iOS, Android, etc) you are using an app on, whether it encrypts your traffic, whether the app encrypts
traffic, whether the operating system's creators/phone company would work with the government and what sort of internet connection you're using. Each
of these affect whether it's even possible for the government to track.
I think it'd be too much work for the return.
I read the bible and quran online. I also read the vedas and countless other texts.
Can't say I've noticed anything funny and I'm really not worried about being profiled for that.