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Not a single verse from any vedas commands to kill any living creature. There is no concept of infidels in Vedas. If anyone gains such knowledge as in this his आक्षेप, it is just wrong interpretation of words. Let's see the correct translations–
First this मलेच्छ quoted Yajurveda 7/44. There is no word equivalent to irreligious here. Simply enemies are addressed. This mantra is about enemies in a war.
Again this मलेच्छ quoted yajurveda 13/12. Aratim in this verse means enemy, which may be translated as greedy also. It is a prayer asking Agni to burn down them. But the translation given by him is asking king to burn down irreligious foes. Idiotic!
Now, This mleccha quoted Atharva Veda 11.2.21. So let’s see what it says:
Now tell me where it talks about “killing women and children”? By this translation, this verse is asking to destroy those who do violence against God’s (देवहिंसक). Not only this translation, but any translation of Atharvaveda in the world not talks about killing women n children.
In Rigveda 9.63.5 इन्द्रं वर्धन्तो अप्तुरः कर्ण्वन्तो विश्वमार्यम | अपघ्नन्तो अराव्णः|| - the word arAvnah is used. The closest Sanskrit word to arAvnah is अरावन् (arAvan) which means hostile. So, here to it refers to Rakshasas.
Now this mleccha quoted Rigveda 8/70/11 This verse actually prays to Parvata, a friend of Indra to hurl down a Dasyu from heaven, who followed a different rites, who doesn’t sacrifice. There is no word equal to inhuman or infidel here. Read this thread for meaning Dasyu:
Now he quoted Rigveda 7/97/9. this verse simply asks to kill those who are hostile to worshipers. Here too, it refers to either Rakshasas or Dasyus.
This mleccha quoted Srimad Bhagvatam 4.4.17. The मलेच्छ highlighted just one part of this verse which says to kill the offender of God, but not the other which says to give up our own life (means to die) after doing so.
So this verse is basically asking to get away from the places where someone is offending the God, but if you kill the offender then it is necessary to kill even yourself.
And If you read the names of the hymns from Vedas, the subject of them are given in their title. And those meanings are also very clear.
Infidel and blasphemer are not vedic terms, they are Islamic terms. Again I'm saying this – there is no concept of infidels in Vedas.
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