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Anyone who has any question/s about Islam (what it is etc) please feel free to ask. I'll try my best to answer you question in the simplest form.

The Five Basic Principle of Islam (Pillars of Islam)

To be a muslim, we first declare (only once) that there is no Gob But One God. Thereafter the remaining four principles basically make you a complete Muslim.

1. Pray five times a day (right before sun rise, midday, evening, sun-set & before going to bed)

2. Give Charity

3. Fast during the month of Ramadan (29-30 days) every lunar (360 days) year

For those who are healthy and financially capable of travelling to Mecca, Hajj (pilgrimage) is mandantory (once in a life time).

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still waiting for feedback (from a muslim) on the horse and his boy, or the narnia chronicles.

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Is terrorism in Islam? If not why is killing of non-Muslim (aka infidels) & other harmless/innocent human synonymous with the Muslim Umar?

Our streets/road side/pedestrians overhead bridge/ market place etc. all Muslim beggers infested!

Now the question: is begging in Islam?

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The K'oran; Chapter 36:40:: Yusufali Translation - “It is not permissible to the sun to catch up the moon, nor can the night outstrip the day: each (just) swims along in (its own) orbit (according to law).”

All you have to do is look up in the sky and you can see that it is possible for the moon and the sun to be in the sky at the same time. It happens as a normal day experience and when you see a solar eclipse the sun and moon are seen at the same time. They have caught up to each other. The explanation of a solar eclipse renders K'oran 36:40 totally obsolete.

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tnks olabowale bt m not interested in meetin u, d last Nlander led to an embarassement, she misunderstood me, so i wnt like dat to happen again plz

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Logical you have absolutely said nought but parrot the same arab propaganda we have been hearing for decades. I discuss with facts, all you do is talk on and on about nothing. Blowing hot air while pretending to know what u are saying no longer cuts it.

you had no case to begin with.

what UN and international laws? The same old twaddle the arabs have been using as a smokescreen against Isreal? Do those UN laws include the demand that the arabs recognise Isreal's right to exist? Have they complied with it?

you're the one living in a bubble. I raised specific facts, all you did was mumble as usual.

Give me a break pls! Isreal does not recognise millions of palestinians and YET they supply Gaza with over 70% of its power, they supply them with water, provide gas? How else do u recognise someone? By letting him kill you?

On the flip side the same palestinians demanding electricity do NOT recognise Isreal as a nation.

I am sick of hypocrites pls.

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@4him

I don't even know where to begin on re-education on the history regarding this matter. Its apparent that you really don't know what you are talking about. So far I have seen nothing but assumptions and deviation from facts. Just sentiments, If you are ready to argue based on facts, I would be more than happy to discuss, Until then I hereby rest my case.

This are the statements you made, and I raise it because of other readers, for them to understand your views and personal sentiments and assumptions.

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Duh Hebron is not the same as Jerusalem . . . they are 2 distinct places. One contains the temple mount and is currently a bone of contention between the jews and muslims, the other is just one more place in Isreal (not palestine!).

Just funny that arabs and muslims are hugging the name "palestine" . . . a roman invention just to avoid calling the land by its true name . . . the land of Isreal.

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Hebron, Jerusalem, all in Palestine, duh! We are talking about Palestine, hello.

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And at that time, there was no Jews/Children of israel alive, at the time that Ibrahim arrived in Palestine! Was ibrahim, from the children of Israel? This is a 60K Dollars for you and you should answer it. No wonder yiu did not get my drift, when i was just telling you that Ismail was born in Jerusalem, before he and his mother was taken to Makka. Definitely, he drank the water of Jerusalem/Palestine at least, 13 years before his little brother Isiaq!

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Where the arabs in control of "palestine" then? Ishmeal is the father of all arabs . . . he was not born before Abraham left the land of Ur so how could the arabs have been living in "palestine"?

Remember that the land was renamed "palestine" by the Romans in AD 70 . . . nothing to do with arabs!

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Okare, Omo Yoruba! Finally, the Jews, opps, the Children of Israel, do not recognize your Nigerian support! They you, as a black group, whose brain is 'New!' See how much they bid for your brain! A proof of this is how they played your Government and win, twice when it came to umar Dikko matter, in England. Every which way, you lose, with the Zionist, opps its the Children of Israel. Sorry I keep forgetting! All other names sounds anti-semetic! Yet they are not the only group that is semite you know.

You have disingenuously forgot that the land that we call palestine was there even before father Ibrahiim left Iraq! Or wasn't? What was it called at that time, before his grandson, Jacob began to have children, who are known as children of Israel, and a branch later was known as the Jews; Remember Israel and Judiah after King Prophet Solomon (as)? Now tell me what was that land known as?

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East Jerusalem has never been palestinian territory as there was no arab nation known as "palestine" at any time in history.

East Jerusalem was captured and occupied by Jordan between 1948 and 1967 . . . at NO time was it ever in "palestiinian" hands.

East Jerusalem contains the mount of olives, the wailing wall and the sepulchre of the saints . . . these are recognised historical Jewish monuments . . . let the hypocritical arabs show us proof that they owned that land instead of crying like babies.

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you talk of disenfranchising the "palestinian people" and i ask - who are they? Where was the palestinian arab state prior to 1948? You cant disenfranchise a people who never existed. prior to 1948 the term "palestinian" refered to Jews living in that area. Try and logically read history before regurgitating arab propaganda.

You say Isreal refuses to abide by international law to return to pre-1967 borders . . . i ask again why was Isreal attacked in 1948, 1953 and 1967 when she was not in control of those borders? WestBank was captured from Jordan and Gaza from Egypt . . . why are "palestinians" now crying for those lands?

There is no occupation . . . it is simply a catch phrase used as a ruse to achieve a sinister islamic goal . . . the destruction of Isreal.

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4Him: I wo omo david yi. Agidi e ti poju. You argue blindly.

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The answer to your question is Capital Yes. If anybody even a Muslim speaks wrongly against the religion of Islam or the Prophet that amounts to blasphemy should be consider waging war against Islam. However such criticism if presented in a constructive way without any form of hateful, malicious manner, degrading and abusive language should not be consider as such but an open approach to learn about the religion of Islam. As regard your stand, since you do not believe in Islam is that you are consider as a non Muslim. Any who do not believe in the existance of God is consider as a pagan, but christians & jews are called non muslims

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According to you right? An assumption without evidence of the Palestinian people saying thats all they want. You have the right to assume whatever you want to assume, but until you have substantial evidence to back those assumptions, its just a myth. Everybody can say this, can say that, to support their reasons for supporting be it the Palestinians or the Israelites.

Call them freedom fighters or call them terrorists. Call them whatever you choose to. You may stand on the side of Shimon Peres and George Bush and view them as the greatest obstacle to peace in Palestine, or you may choose to look through the eyes of the Palestinians who saw in him the hope of liberation and deliverance from Israeli occupation.

You may choose to remember Ariel Sharon's days as a terrorist, recalling events such as the 1972 Munich Olympic games in which Israeli athletes were murdered or the fact that he was partly responsible for the Israeli invasion and occupation of South Lebanon. You may also choose to recall the fact that the Nobel committee saw in him qualities deserving of a Peace Laureate.

I personally do think both societies deserve to live in peace and harmony, but you may think otherwise and may have your personal vendettas against either side, but all in all whether their reason is because of a vintage temple or territorial. There is one fact that would always be present, the Palestinians are left to suffer and live under sub-human conditions. Each day, Jews are relocated into newly built settlements (or colonies as I prefer to call them) in the West Bank.

The State of Israel is just as guilty. It may not employ suicide bombers (it doesn't need to—its American supplied tanks and F-16s are lethal enough) but it deliberately disenfranchises the Palestinian people, while refusing to abide by international law, which calls for it to return to its pre-defined borders. As long as there is occupation, there would be the rise of several forms of militant, social and ideological movements in Palestine, which would continue to resist such occupation.

I just hope that one day, supporters of either side would be humane to see beyond CNN or BBC or even Al Jazeera.

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there is no point being decietful . . . even athiests know that the mosque (al aqsa) was deliberately built over the site of Solomons temple (temple mount).

If that is not true then why have the arabs vehemently and violently opposed excavations at that site?

which "palestinian territories"?

ask fatah and hamas.

the palestinians are the only people on earth whose population is growing so rapidly despite all cries of a "genocide".

Have you cried about the recent Lebanese army incusion into the refugee camp in Beirut?

Is it Isreal's duty to provide palestinians with water? Last i checked they do not recognise Isreal.

why all the intifada, why all the rockets, why all the suicide bombing?

We know where the temple mount is. your mosque is built on it. Was it not that same spot that Mohammed said he took a night journey to heaven? Didnt mohammed tell us he tied his donkey to a pillar used by the old prophets at solomon's temple?

all of a sudden you decietfully can no longer find this temple mount?

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@4Him: If the fight is over the 'Temple Mount,' where is that located exactly? I see the Masjid Aqsa complex, and I do not know where you and your jewish handlers have your "temple MounT." Maybe you need to be clear about your location!

But if the conflicts is about the Mount, from the Zionist perspective (Maybe I just have to say the Jewish perspective), then why the so many incursions into the Palestian territories? Why the curtaining off the West bank from the Gaza strip? Why the systematic killing off of the Palestians? Why the killings in the refugee camps of Shatilla, etc in Lebanon, for example? Why depriving the Palestians basic amenities like water? Why all the petty evils, which cumulatively begins to take its toll on the old, (Some of the palestians happen to be Christians)? Yet, no single Western (European and North American) country have said anything substantiative all the 60 plus years that Killing and forcibly taking the lands of the palestians from them, yet never have stopped long enough to give an impression that its ending?

They have not gotten the 'Temple Mount?' Still searching for it, in the Middle East? Maybe they need to step out of Middle East and probably ask the Nigerian Christians to locate 'Temple Mount,' for them, since they have not be able to pinpoint it, all this while. They need somebody like Davidylan to do it for them! I could also suggest +Osisi, but I know that the Zionist will not regard her much! She is a woman and the women get it bad with the Jews!

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my brother that is basically my point. The war over Jerusalem is not over land but over the religious implications of the temple mount.

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@Logical et al

Assalam alaikum

Just to give you a heads up. 4him has admitted to being Davidylan on another topic so I would hate that he should ruin this topic that can educate so many of us.

Thanks

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@4him

Here I am thinking for once i was having a debate without sentiments. What have you said?

You are asking why an Arabian nation is supporting another Arabian nation against a jew, and you claimed my logic is impaired?

You are asking why a Muslim in Nigeria is supporting the Arabs in Palestine? I know quiet a few Christians and members of other beliefs and religious groups, that think the Palestinians are being oppressed.

I am pretty amazed that you derived a non stated conclusion by using an analogy of who supports who to argue on something without substance, and claim my logic is impaired? What exactly do you want to say? Say it clearly?

Do you want to say the conflict between the Palestinians and Israelites has something to do with Religion? If so, kindly state a fact, not an assumption.

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If it were personal why would virtually all arab nations be on the side of the phoney palestinians? Why are muslims in nigeria also on their side? Would it perchance be related to the common denominator here - islam?

Is the fight over Jerusalem "personal" or a matter of islamic doctrine?

Sir i suggest you do a bit of "logical" study on matters you contribute to.

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Well they do not agree to co-existing alright, I agree, but the basis is not indoctrinated but rather personal.

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that to pretend that the Isreali-Palestinian conflict is all about territory is to buy into arab propaganda.

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that is an oversimplification that is begining to border on falsehood. The conflict between Isreal and "palestine" (a concept that is being used as an arab smokescreen) is not territorial.

The westbank and gaza were for 19yrs in the hands of arab nations . . . the "palestinians" did not fight to have a nation then.

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They did not fight to have a nation then, but they do now? And yes references are made to their suicide bombings as things perpetuated by the religion Islam in not only forums like this. So you are trying to say, what exactly?

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According to "Mark Juergensmeyer " in Wikipedia, Religious terrorism consists of acts that terrify, the definition of which is provided by the witnesses - the ones terrified - and not by the party committing the act; accompanied by either a religious motivation, justification, organization, or world view.

Religion is sometimes used in combination with other factors, and sometimes as the primary motivation. Religious terrorism is intimately connected to current forces of geopolitics.

Dr. Bruce Hoffman in an interview on Religioscope - 22 February 2002, argues that to be considered religious terrorism the perpetrators must use religious scriptures to justify or explain their violent acts or to gain recruits and there must be some sort of clerical figures involved in some leadership role.

This is not true. Research on the following.

1. [/b]The Nagaland Rebels in Nagaland, northeastern India.

[b]2. The White Eagles in Serbia

3.[/b]Group in Poso, Indonesia

[b]4.[/b]God's Army

[b]5.[/b]Ku Klux Klan

[b]6.[/b]The Lord's Resistance Army

[b]7.[/b]National Liberation Front of Tripura

[b]8.[/b]Christian Identity

[b]9. Christian Patriots

10. Lambs of Christ

11. Army of God

There is more, but I guess this is enough to educate you on religious terrorism perpetuated using Christianity.

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Based on research, Quran does not support any of the aforementioned. Otherwise every Muslim you come across would be celebrating any successful attack, instead of saying no its not ok, or rather the religion Islam forbids it.

Don't you think its amazing that you are yet to come across a Muslim that would tell you the victims of any terrorist attack, actually deserve it and its acceptable according to their teachings?

Nevertheless we must not leave the basis of the accusation unattended too. There is a doctrine of "substitutionary retaliation," in the Islamic religion, and most people tend to use that as the evidence against the Quran, or in favor of their argument that the Quran actually supports such heinous crime.

In the religion Islam (but not in Christianity) retaliation is authorized to avenge an injury. However, we must be aware of the following :-

1. That the retaliation must be directed toward the guilty individual(s),

2. The retaliation must be proportional to the injury, and it must not exceed the limits set by their teachings.

The Qur'an does not support substitutionary retaliation against individuals who are innocent of any offense.

Here are quotations to support the fact:-

[2.178] [/b]O you who believe! retaliation is prescribed for you in the matter of the slain, the free for the free, and the slave for the slave, and the female for the female, but if any remission is made to any one by his (aggrieved) brother, then prosecution (for the bloodwit) should be made according to usage, and payment should be made to him in a good manner; this is an alleviation from your Lord and a mercy; so whoever exceeds the limit after this he shall have a painful chastisement.

[b][2.179] And there is life for you in (the law of) retaliation, O men of understanding, that you may guard yourselves.

[2.194] The Sacred month for the sacred month and all sacred things are (under the law of) retaliation; whoever then acts aggressively against you, inflict injury on him according to the injury he has inflicted on you and be careful (of your duty) to Allah and know that Allah is with those who guard (against evil).

The doctrine of "substitutionary retaliation" is completely unjust, similar to the injustice of cutting off the hand of a random person in a village as punishment for a theft, when the actual villager who committed the crime could not be captured.

No matter what justification for it may exist, terrorism always exceeds the limits set by the Quran, because terrorism deliberately intends to kill innocent people.

[2.190] And fight in the way of Allah with those who fight with you, and do not exceed the limits, surely Allah does not love those who exceed the limits.

[18.74] So they went on until, when they met a boy, he slew him. (Musa) said: Have you slain an innocent person otherwise than for manslaughter? Certainly you have done an evil thing.

So how does this connect with Terrorism?

The United States does not fight against Allah or against Islam or Hinduism or Judaism or Shinto or Buddhism or Christianity or Paganism or any other religion whatsoever. By its Constitution and all its laws, the United States must remain neutral regarding religion.

An offense against against an Islamic-majority country is not the same thing as an attack on the Islamic religion, for there have always been many reasons for countries to go to war, without regard to religion.

In the war between Iraq and Iran, both countries were Islamic-majority countries. Neither country was fighting against Islam, but they had their own reasons to fight, apart from religion.

Similarly, the fight between Israel and Palestine is not a fight between Judaism and Islam, but is, instead, a territorial conflict between a Judaism-majority country and an Islamic-majority country.

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When christians are violent, it is usually due to their hard heartedness. They know exactly what the gospels say about such situations.

I watched the World trade center hijacks/crash landing.

I also watched videos of muslims beheading people and chanting Allah.

I just get worried when the name of Allah is used to commit atrocities!!

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@acts of violence while exclaiming "Allahu akbar"

The Quran does not condone acts of violence against civilians. (all the things that you listed fall in this category).

There are rules to warfare in Islam, wome, children, the old and sick cannot be harmed.

Islam permits you to defend yourself and property (I believe this sounds reasonable to you)

I have tried to answer because I believe you really want to know.

It is true that people have done those things but it is not correct to say Islam permits it.

During the periods of Irish uprising(struggle) which ended not too long ago, the Irish are predominantly Catholic Christians, they had their meetings in the church and they carried out a lot of terrorist activities. We cannot blame catholicism or christianity for this.

It is a good idea to recognise and differentiate politics and ethnocentrism from true religion

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What does the koran have to say about (all done while exclaiming: 'Allah hu akbar!')

- hijacking aeroplanes

- slashing people's throats & cutting off heads

- suicide bombing

- religious riots in which non-muslims are killed

- spreading islam by dint of jihad

Does the koran actually endorse all these?

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So holythug, when you line up to pray, you are concerned about gay and the likes? You need to grow up man. You want me to meet you at Wendys, Burger King or Mickey Dee? I try not to eat everything/everywhere if I can help it.

@Defidixone: You simply approach my entry with walking on egg shell caution. Holythug already had answered your simple question, which seems to be troubling you some. I asked you about Ibrahiim's father and his progeny/pregeny. You did not even try to approach it, yet you are yepping about Muhammad's father, who was dead before he was born! Now that you got it, what are you going to do about it? Now respond to my inquiries about Ibrahiim's family; his ancestor (father) and his grogeny (sons).

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thanks Holy thug, I wish olabowale can confirm this or may be he has an objection to your intepretation.

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ok 1st tins 1st

i agree to defending my religion but y do u want us to meet, u r not a woman & m not gay

so y shd we meet in a halal restaurant or mosque, even if i wld love to meet someone in d mosque it shd b d holy prophet or Allah & not u

as for dafidi

Abd llah . . .means slave of the Almighty Allah (SWT)

cos according to our Holy book we b'live dat we are all subjects of Allah

i tink dats answers ur question except u r lookin for trouble

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Then act on it and stop being a lukewarm, or like an amaphrodic. When the Christian insult Muslim or Islam you are always happy. No, you do not know me. Maybe you need to step out from the shadow of Gotham city. I am in Gotham city. It will be easy for you to know me! Name your place of meeting. I would prefer a Musque or a halah restaurant.

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@Dafidixone: The Salvation in Jesus Christ (as), ended prior to the very first revelation (the 5 verse of Surah Alaq), to Muhammad! So today, the Salvation in Jesus, falls under the salvation in Muhammad (both of them slaves and messengers of God Allah the Almighty)). Hence the salvation in Jesus is ZERO! Those who believe in him and reject Muhammad as the current prophet/messenger are indeed in error.

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@Holythug: Not all banks and banking businesses are "haram." What are you? Please declare your religion and do not play the role of Munafiqiin! that is an evil thing. If you are Muslim, stand for Islam and if you are not, don't pretend! You have been doing too much of pretense, lately.

@defidixone: The bearer of burden shall not bear the burden of others. Go back to Ibrahiim, what was his father's religion and what roles did it play in the final outcome of Ibrahiim as the father of faith, being covetly claimed by the three so called monotheistic religions? (I personally takes the stand that Christianity is not, and Judaism is not in the sense that monotheism is classically defined). To complicate the issue further for you, dafidixone, what is the name of the religion of Ibrahiim, his children and what does Ibrahiims father name mean in the Ur, Iraq language? You see, you people are so childishly petty. Your presentations are stripped of any real substance! When you realise that Ibrahiim's position with God is not depending on his fathers or his children religion(s), then the same applies to Muhammad, who is also a prophet/messenger like him!

Run alone and get me some weak opinions you will pass as answers, and wait till I use my sledge hammer on them!

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is it 'haram' to work in a bank where interest is practised

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Jazakhullah Khairan dear brothers and sisters that contributed to this thread, it is quite wonderful responses and may Allah accept it as source of salvation in the hereafter.

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@Cgift: {quote]Matthew 26:52 Then said Jesus unto him, Put up again thy sword into his place: for all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword.

53 Thinkest thou that I cannot now pray to my Father, and he shall presently give me more than twelve legions of angels?

54 But how then shall the scriptures be fulfilled, that thus it must be?

Jesus too much jo![quote][/quote] Yeah! Too much to have been praying for reprieve and being saved from the calamity at the Garden of Geshemine! Too much, that we read that there was a cry of 'My God, my God, why has thou forsaken me?' Why ask why, when you are already ready for the 'Scriptures be fulfilled, that thus it must be?' Can you make any sense of the double talk or the instability of faith here? The death did not happen and therefore there was no scripture to be fulfilled. If any is it is simply to confuse your illfated heart that has no good faith about truth guidance in it.

Bawo ni, Cgift. Ore sha ni wa, abi, omo yaa!

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@Horus:

What happened to the world trade centre and pentagon cases? Why were the steel carted off to China steel mills? Almost without any investigation? Every evil is one too many!

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if its an oral war, islam is opened for disscusions all over the world,

if u mean a real war where people kill each other.

What do you mean by oral war? was prophet mohammed talking of oral war when he made that statment? i.e if he actually did, lets not beat about the bush we know that mohammed fought so many wars and converted most people to islam by force was those wars oral wars?

why are women subjected to such stress and inequality.

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Horus might have a point there o. An all-powerful being needs not be defended. Hear Jesus when he was waylaid prior to his crucifixion:

Matthew 26:52 Then said Jesus unto him, Put up again thy sword into his place: for all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword.

53 Thinkest thou that I cannot now pray to my Father, and he shall presently give me more than twelve legions of angels?

54 But how then shall the scriptures be fulfilled, that thus it must be?

Jesus too much jo!

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If I question your God because he is God and there is no other God beside him, he should be able to withstand my simple mortal questions. I should not be a threat to your God, Dr. Rashad Khalifa should not have been a threat to the Sunni Muslim to the point where they had to stab him, that was a sign that they were weak. Blowing up the World Trade Center that you and everyone else goes to. Those type of symbols are a sign that you are weak. Blowing up planes and killing innocent tourists is a sign that your God has no power of his own, because if he has power, he takes care of it, not your hand on the knife, not your hand on a bomb.

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Let’s analyze this (casting of pebbles at the devil) situation. Here you have thousands of hot Muslims gathered around three stone pillars, desperately trying to get there twenty-one stones inside of the pits. If you really took the time to analyze this you would see that this ritual had to have been man-made, unless you think that your God, “Allah” would set you up to get hurt. Think about it, thousands of pilgrims are all gathered around these pits, throwing rocks. That means thousands of rocks, some large, are being thrown towards the front and all of the people in the front are getting knocked in the head. Is any body shouting a prayer for these people?

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@Nijaman and Rasque

i am back to this forum, I have always stand to say that islam is a religion to be feared,

i was chocked to read a news in bbc of a muslim man who get converted to christian and his muslim brother are planing to execute him.

Is that what Allah taught you guys to do, if it is true can you post the passage from the koran  for me to believe

i am really supprise such thing still happened in this millienume age

source = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/4841334.stm

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What is the stand of Islam on the invocation of Jinns and Palm Reading and related stuffs. I know some people claim to do it but is it true and what is the stand of Islam on this??

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Chalisco,

Why are you trying to harp on the punishment? Why not the cause? I don't think you should bother yourself with the levity of the "punishment" 'because I know you would be wise enough not to act as an impediment to muslims in their act of worship.

As Nuru has explained earlier, you will certainly not be subjected to such "punishment" unless you constitute yourself as a stumbling block for the muslims in our way of worship.

Just as you would not be sent to jail after convicted for commiting a crime, if you have not commited such crime.

Peace

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