His sources actually reveals who he is really is. He has habit of believing in lies.Unlike many events of Hinduism and Christianity etc, the events of Islamic history aren't "myths" but actual recorded events.
Imagine, 313 Muslims fighting for their survival in unknown deserts of Mecca.
Today, 1.7 billon+ Muslims across the globe and quarter of humanity ascribes to Islamic religion and culture. Mashallah.
@Norwegian Have some self respect and stop quoting absolutely hideous right-wing christian internet websites as your "sources" when it comes to criticism of Islam. You won't go anywhere with these well-known documented Muslim hating sites as your sources.
Ok. so what i concluded from your whole paragraph is that the statues themselves are NoT gods but they represents the gods "the gods who you can't see, that's why you are "CONSTRUCTING" something to remind you of god and that they are IMAGINED by the poor masses to relate to gods.You understanding of hinduism is quite limited so i suggest u refrain from making a further fool out of urself.The statues themselves are NOT gods,they act as focuses-representations of gods as they are imagined so poor masses can relate to them.Teachings of hinduism state god is everywhere around us in every form.Its called paramatma or supreme soul,when u die ur soul is again released into that whole and every living being is part of that.Brahma,vishnu,shiva represent aspects of the whole.In any case idol worship is not even there in rig vedas,only from gupta age era it gains prominence as a form .And i am saying that as a culturally hindu,not even a practicing one.You want more details ask expert,before posting lies.Finally hindusim is NOT an organized religion with strict do's and don'ts.Just like hinduism in its present form has many abursdities,The do's and don't micromanagement are the most glaring man -made aspect of abrahamic faiths.
Just because somethingis hard or you suffer to achieve it dosent mean you stop tryingAgain, good luck with that. Keep trying and keep killing yourself and your "brethrens".