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A few questions for Mullah Ahmad and the "day of judgement"

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 19, 2008 at 07:37

Mullah Ahmad wrote

>It's no problem, the reason why these things will testify on us in front of Allah is not for the sake of Allah, as you have said He is all knowing, to show the soul that now kowledge escapes from Allah. We will be asked about the deeds that we committed, and there will be some who will try to deny the truth, and offer excuses.

But wait; Your Allah says in his book that is written in Arabic a language that you cannot read that this life is all about al-qada' wa al-qdr or pre-destination and that there is no free will in Islam our dear Mullah Ahmad. So why have a so called day of judgement? After all this life is all planned by your Allah and if you have committed bad deeds it is only Allah that must be blamed.

So much for poor theology

> Idols are forbidden in Islam,

And why is that? Why is Allah afraid of idols? and why is your Allah that insecure? and why does your Allah regard that shirk is the biggest sin in Islam and not the killing of 3000 innocent victims by crashing planes in big buildings? and what is the difference between praying to an unseen God and praying to an idol? Let me help you: there is no difference. The author of the Qur'an must have flunked in his psycholinguistics class.

>but there are all kinds of idols,

Wait: The Ka3bba is an idol our dear Mullah Ahmad and your Allah wants you to venerate it and kiss it, and the Qur'an is another idol!

> not just the ones like those worshipped in Buddhism, or hinduism.

At least Buddhism and Hinduism are more in sync with reality and that is the concept of "Vedanta Dharma" or the truth is what you see and if you believe that there is a god then there is a God and if you want to pray for an idol then go for it! A very sophisticated doctrine that is far beyond the grasp of the author of the Qur'an

>Money can become an idol,

If so: then why does your Allah demand that he gets 1/5 of the loot collected from infidels?

>if we place it's importance abouve living our lives for God. Friends, our own lusts, etc. These things we become evidence of the wrong we have done just as good deeds will.

Good deeds are all about you our dear Mullah and it is about what you do with your life and it is not about praying to an Arabian God when you ain't no Arab or about not praying to idols and it is not about not eating bacon or cleaning your backside with the left hand

You are a decent man and you do not deserve to be Muslim. Check our Buddhism you will fit very well

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