why people should read the Quran before making any comment or debate, some silly things on the internet thats for sure.
I don't care what the holy book says, I care what the people who claim to follow it actually do. Therefore rather than read the koran I go to islamqa.info/en which is run by a prominent salafi cleric and which is the most popular salafi site in the arabic speaking world.
It's also pretty representitive of the sunni convergence - the set of core beliefs and practices that have been spreading over the last 35 years or so across the sunni world at ever increasing speeds. Go there and put things like non-muslim, slavery, homosexuality into the search bar and be enlightened on the type of advice that muslims receive (all backed up by copious references to the koran and hadiths)
Hadiths should never be confused with the words of the Quran.
Who cares? I don't. But a majority of muslims pay a lot of attention to them and try to follow them and they are therefore one of the major religious motivators.