In this fiery hadith, Muhammad, “a mercy to the worlds” (Quran 21:107) orders two people be burned alive. But then he changes his mind.
But does he change his mind because burning people alive is evil and barbaric? Of course not. Rather, his reasoning is that burning people is reserved for Allah.
And so when his jihadis capture these two, Muhammad wants them killed by the sword. Because that is the Religion of Peace’s definition of humanity.
This is what particularly disturbs me about Muhammad's behavior:
Muhammad is only able to restrain his own evil—his desire to burn people alive—by deferring such evil to Allah.
Muhammad never once considers that burning people alive is evil.
How can a person not realize how wicked, horrific and inhumane burning people alive is?
At what point does a person go beyond evil and turn into a caricature of evil?