I can play the organ (poorly) and the piano, a bit of violin too, but harp, never tried.eagle wrote:... show me a single Quranic ordinance opposing morality, ethics and the golden rule which you and your peers love harping upon.
1) There is no statement of the golden rule in the Qur'an.
2) the Golden Rule is INDEPENDENT of your neighbour's religion, and even that neighbour's moral standards. It includes ALL people.
Ethics in Islam do not include ALL people. There is one set of conduct towards other Muslims and a very different one towards anyone else. In that Islam opposes the Golden Rule.
There is also another difference:
Islamic ethics consist of a very long list of RULES for Muslims to follow. That exhausts morality. Follow the rules. For almost everybody else, there are general principles that guide behaviour.
Suppose a driver drives past a school and there is a sign "children, 20mph". The Muslim approach would be to closely watch the speedometer to make sure that you do not go faster than 20mph, possibly paying scant attention to the road ahead. The rule is followed, so if something happens you do not get blamed.
Everybody else would slow down, and carefully watch the sides of the road, give parked cars a wide berth, and stop if there is a football in the road. To take the same care not to hurt any child as you would with your own child.
That is the fundamental difference between Muslim ethics and other people's ethics. And Muslim ethics is exactly the sort of thing we find Jesus arguing against, frequently.