Paul: Will that answer your question? maybe, it helped me to CONFRIM my Answer.
Just based on the way you've worded this, might I suggest confirmation bias? Everyone is susceptible, including me and you.
I found truth and love in the bible, something that reconciles the other ways God has revealed himself to Us (The universe, the words of inspired men, His living Word Christ, our innate understanding of right and wrong- what we ought to do).
How much cultural mythology is needed within a book for it to be considered unreliable in matters of "truth"? How many acts of injustice, such as genocide, misogyny, and angry vengeance must be found in a book (and attributed to the writer's god) before it crosses the line from loving to atrocious? For either of these, would there be a scale-tipping percentage? Do we assign more weight to the good than the bad, the true than the false? Do we remember the hits and forget the misses?
I did NOT find that in the Koran or Book of Mormons OR the WTBTS for that matter.
I'd venture to say that's because you didn't start reading the Koran with the presupposition that it was a miracle of Allah? And it's highly likely you wouldn't find any value in the Bible if you were raised in Afghanistan.
Here's one Muslim's view:
Some critics say that the Koran mentions the concept of love only twice. In fact, the Book mentions the concept of love about a hundred times, if such statistics are really the essence of the message.
After declaring God's universality, the Koran describes God as "most Merciful, most Compassionate" (1:3). In fact, every single Surah except one begins with this declaration about the divine nature.
God is also known in the Scripture as "Full of Loving-Kindness" (11:90; 85:14). It is with the attribute of divine Love that the Koran most often seeks to directly create a relationship with humanity by encouraging those actions that bring God's love and discouraging those actions that extinguish God's love.
Without doubt, the Koran also mentions God's wrath for those who reject faith after clear signs have come to them, and upon those who are bent on spreading evil and corruption on earth. But, as Prophet Muhammad said while quoting God himself, "My Mercy prevails over My wrath."