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Mansoor: On a faith based on cartoon characters like talking birds and animals, a flying horse and spooks called jinns

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Submitted by Plato (India), Mar 11, 2008 at 22:15

Mansoor,

>>Pointing finger on a true religion by someone whose faith is based on story book characters ( out of verification) is an ironic act.<<

What is not just ironic but comical is your pointing fingers at story-book characters of the Hindus. All those story book characters are not exactly what your maulanas told you they are. Most Hindus would also treat them as story book characters. After having read your posts, I think you would be out of your depth if you try to understand the vast and sophisticated Hindu world view.

Islam is a very basic religion limited to a fulminating deity, jinns, angels, a man who talks to ants and birds, another man who spouts verses he claims a dog-fearing angel revealed to him. And before I forget he also gets to ride to heaven on a flying horse to have a chit chat with this fulminating phantom deity. Once he also managed to split the moon in two to show off his influence with this deity who is always mad at his own creatures for constantly disobeying Him. Can the Hindu story-book characters hold a candle to Islam's. Islam triumphs again!

None of these phantom characters has been verified by anyone except by a man who would fall into a trance i.e. they are ‘out of verification' just like the Hindu story book characters.

>>I cannot give you any importance whatsoever and by the way how come you visit this website ...?<<

And pray what importance should be given to you for believing in these strange characters which a man in a trance said existed? And this website is open to all respecting everyone's freedom of speech unlike Islamic sites which censor anything critical of Islam.

>> You have yourself not read your own sacred book Vedas properly which confirms Allah ( the only creator without any available image).<<

Have you read the Vedas? Or have you been visiting the Zakir Naik site? If you are so sure that the Vedas confirmed Allah (and I thought they confirmed Muhammad, after all Allah merely means god in Arabic and most religions have a god) why don't you give us the references in it.

>> There is no place for Idol worship in Vedas and moreover Vedas are strongly believed to be "Suhuf-e-Ibrahim" the scriptures of divine revelations sent to Prophet Ibrahim

Mansoor, it is quite obvious you have no clue to what is in the Vedas except what your maulanas or the Zakir Naik site say they contain. Now if they are the scripture revealed to Ibrahim why don't you start chanting some of its verses. But it is ironic, isn't it, that the Hindu scripture which confirms your Allah (or Muhammad) is considered corrupted by your scholars. Have you ever asked them how they can be sure that the verses confirming Allah are not the ones corrupted? Can they pick out the corrupted and incorrupt verses?

.<< Better gather some knowledge about your own belief which is running on the track of Hindi Movies.<<

Your maulanas and Zakir Naik have given you totally corrupt views about Hinduism. People who live in glass houses should not throw stones. This English saying needs to be repeated.

>> Your inborn hatred against Muslims is bursting out of your mouth, you accepted British intruders as your step fathers and and Muslims who ruled you and gave you importance during your slavery are hated by you.<<

You just confirmed my feeling that you have no clue about polytheistic religions. They don't hate other religions, even monotheistic religions which curse and abuse them as Islam does.

Remember the polytheists of Mecca, who bore the taunts and abuse your prophet heaped on their sacred beliefs until it became unbearable and he had to be kicked out. The Hindus are just like that. For nearly a thousand years, being powerless,they bore not just the taunts and abuse but also the devastation that Muslim invaders brought with their religion.

And what did they do when they regained power by the moral strength of non-violence? Did they pull down mosques, tear up the Koran or bring in laws to make dhimmis of Muslims in India. They did none of that, something a Muslim would have instinctively understood as tit for tat. They gave the Muslims here equal rights and even laws that are specific to them. Is this how people with inborn hatred of Muslims will treat them?

You want proof? How many Indian Muslims are lining up in front of your embassy or even trying to cross over illegally into Pakistan despite the violence they sometimes do face here (like language groups, or castes also face). There are Muslims desperate to escape from Bangladesh into India and I suspect many Pakistanis too would (especially the Mohajirs, I have spoken to some who have deep regrets at having left their homeland) like to cross over from the exploding bombs and flying bullets (Allah-loving people like you may love chewing on bullets, but I feel the large majority of Pakistanis would rather chew on some rotis)

Juxtapose what the polytheists of India did with what your monotheistic prophet did when he acquired some power. Start appreciating the beauty of the polytheists religion, Mansoor. Open your eyes and your mind and see through what your maulanas are teaching you.

>>For Hindus and other people of weakest of beliefs, a single muscle is enough to knock down, Muslims are gathering, uniting, reinforcing and becoming a force again all over the world.<<

You remind me of teenage bullies flexing their biceps to impress the bookish types. Grow up Mansoor and start hitting your books to unlearn what your maulanas filled your head with. Or the world will pass you by and leave you a teenager forever.

Reading the rest of the stuff you have written, I am dumbstruck!!

Regards Plato

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