KAOSKTRL, do you have some random qur'an quotes generator?
Can you explain in your own words, using more then one sentence, what those verses are supposed to prove?
The first one you quoted tells a story that happened during the life of mohammad about treaties with idolworshippers he was fighting at that time
around Mecca and how mohammad should uphold them if the pagans do it too.
Here is the whole part, and a more accurate translation:
"9:1 A (declaration) of immunity from God and His Apostle, to those of the Pagans with whom ye have contracted mutual alliances:
9:2 Go ye, then, for four months, backwards and forwards, (as ye will), throughout the land, but know ye that ye cannot frustrate God (by your
falsehood) but that God will cover with shame those who reject Him
9:3 And an announcement from God and His Apostle, to the people (assembled) on the day of the Great Pilgrimage,- that God and His Apostle dissolve
(treaty) obligations with the Pagans. If then, ye repent, it were best for you; but if ye turn away, know ye that ye cannot frustrate God. And
proclaim a grievous penalty to those who reject Faith
9:4 (But the treaties are) not dissolved with those Pagans with whom ye have entered into alliance and who have not subsequently failed you in aught,
nor aided any one against you. So fulfil your engagements with them to the end of their term: for God loveth the righteous."
Why in the world did you quote 66:2, and how does that relate to my question of comparsion of Yahweh and Allah, I do not know. You will have to
elaborate on that one a bit more.
Verse 5:41 you quoted is a typical example of God's will and how it is forbidden for Muslims to opose it. Meaning, if Allah meant for someone to be
unbeliever, let him be. Show him the word of God, tell him about it, but if he rejects it, then his fate is in hands of Allah, not men.
It also shows another typical aspect of islamic belief, that basicaly everything is already set, it only unfolds itself by the will of Allah. You will
find many different versions of explanation of this predestined view of humanity, some are literal, some are more mystical. The same can be found in
Christianity too. In the Bible, Revelations tell about the event that will happen, hence it is predestined, together with the fate of all people who
will live in those times. Where does that leave the free will, etc, etc.
A more acurate translation of the verse in question:
5:41 "O Apostle! let not those grieve thee, who race each other into unbelief: (whether it be) among those who say "We believe" with their lips but
whose hearts have no faith; or it be among the Jews,- men who will listen to any lie,- will listen even to others who have never so much as come to
thee. They change the words from their (right) times and places: they say, "If ye are given this, take it, but if not, beware!" If any one's
trial is intended by God, thou hast no authority in the least for him against God
. For such - it is not God's will to purify their hearts. For
them there is disgrace in this world, and in the Hereafter a heavy punishment."
Again, what are you exactly talking about?
Because you seem to go around several different issues without explaining them.