Gee, why don't I just uhh, read the Bible, and the Qu'ran?
Instead of fictional narratives by.. uhh see author ehre.
You talk about "debunking" falsehoods when it's a known fact that living in the West, consuming western culture, will always have an inherent bias against a way of life that is not theirs. The same applies on the other side.
You can "criticize" Muslims but at the end their own Sharia forbids them from lying (except in cases like lying to rescue a Jew hidden in a home against Nazi Germany) and calls for self-purification (that is losing one's own personal agenda and serving God's will) and Jihad Akbar (that is fighting against one's own self-interests to serve God) and that if they forward falsehoods it is akin to planting a tree in Zaqqum.
Oh, and to have a pure intention prior and not to speak if one fears God and the Last Day.
If you and the authors of your book are not constrained to the aforementioned rules (note: I'm pretty sure practicing Christians are too); who are you to be even trusted to judge between Truth and Falsehood?
Amazing... making up things to disparage others. The world is a wicked place, senel, and last thing it needs is additional scandalmongering and weird homosexual rumors.. take that to the IMDB news forum. Sodomy is forbidden in Islam and Christianity.
Most Muslims have tremendous respect for authentic Christians like Thomas Aquinas and have worked together to make strides in theology among other subjects. Both religions despite the grab for the Holy Land serve as paths that would aid "modern man" tremendously in developing spiritually and morally.
The fact remains, religions always advocate speaking the Truth. Look at the teachings of any of the Scriptures. Speak with a faithful individual, examine their face, and see if you can detect a lie.
That's funny because in islam it's ok to lie. Taqiyya, kitman, tawriya, and muruna.
Muhammad clearly used deception when he signed a 10-year treaty with the Meccans that allowed him access to their city while he secretly prepared his own forces for a takeover. The unsuspecting residents were conquered in easy fashion after he broke the treaty two years later. Some of the people in the city who had trusted him at his word were executed. Muhammad used deception to trick his personal enemies into letting down their guard and exposing themselves to slaughter by pretending to seek peace.