The Koran is an excellent example of channeling from the other side. It includes the natural dangers of the channeling process and is reflected in the fluidity observed during Mohamed's lifetime. We have observed this phenomena in many other cases.
Because it is impossible to confirm identity of the spirit source unless it is called by name and that was not happening here, the door is open for other spirits interpolating material at odds with the intentions of the prime spiritual sources.
We normally overcome this problem with critical analysis applying logical rigor. This has not fully occurred with the Koran, but it is noteworthy that Mohamed himself did recognize this problem and was able to alter flawed material. Thus we know that Mohamed himself understood his text was impure.
I propose that this can be substantially rectified by a close reading of the Koran and asking the test question 'would Jesus accept this text?' Thus it becomes possible to identify sentences that can be red-lined as unacceptable to Jesus.
What i will attempt to do is to work our way through the text and provide a preliminary red-lined copy. This retains the whole canonical scripture while observing potential material in conflict with the teachings of Jesus. This will be meant to be a first cut and i would welcome similar efforts by Buddhists, Hindus, Taoists and Sikhs while initially avoiding the critical analysis demanded for a final cut.
I will be attaching the forgoing text to all such entries.