>There is also a single verse in it that says if the Arabs didn't recieve a prophet, they would be all condemned to hell, therefore God raised one among themselves
If their prophet had a red beard, then he was certainly an Arab and therefore not one of them.
> the entire thing is a warning against idol worship, aka worshiping anything other than God, as equal to God.
With no pun, they come close to idol worship when swirling around the Ka'bah and its black stone relic which they kiss, encased in a suggestive notch in one of the corners. They bow to it too. Surely it's not "God" but they don't take those precautions when attacking kuffirs' beliefs.
>God doesn't condemn anyone to hell in the Quran except Abu Jahil.
You're nitpicking. If not Allah himself, intermediaries and a whole swathe of rules make sure to identify a great many people slated for hellish torment.
>God doesn't judge a human based on his sins, but rather his repentance.
But then against what repentance is weighed, if not sins or heavy crimes?
>i realize that, it reads like one person talking to another. it says that it was designed to be written in arabic and simple to understand, as plain as possible.
Which is then a superb failure because of several words which "cannot be understood but by Allah (praise something something)".
It's nice but no thanks. Allah was is above all a title for the same desert god that we
find deeply annoying. It just gained some moon-like attributes because of some further synthesis and that's it.
Had, at least, the Qu'ran said that White People must stand above all and return to their proper level of enlightenment and, this time come, sandniggers behave and bow, then we'd have something worth dealing with.