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More islamic voodoo economics and islam is really the religion of the arabs and you ain't an Arab

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 8, 2008 at 09:02

Our dear Keith wrote

>Wrong, Saudi Arabia completely bans the production, importation or consumption of alcohol and imposes strict penalties on those violating the ban.

Really? I'm sure you have never been to Saudi Arabia. The Saudis love Yuhana mashi (oh you can ask one of your Arab masters to tell you what is really yuhana mashi bil talj) black label and what a bunch of hypocrites

>Wrong, Islam is the same message as sent to all prophets before Muhammad and is for all mankind.

We shall see

>Qur'an 14:4

سُوۡرَةُ إبراهیم

وَمَآ أَرۡسَلۡنَا مِن رَّسُولٍ إِلَّا بِلِسَانِ قَوۡمِهِۦ لِيُبَيِّنَ لَهُمۡ‌ۖ فَيُضِلُّ ٱللَّهُ مَن يَشَآءُ وَيَهۡدِى مَن يَشَآءُ‌ۚ وَهُوَ ٱلۡعَزِيزُ ٱلۡحَكِيمُ (٤)

>wama arsalna men rasulini illa bilisani qawmihi liyubayyini lahum fayudillu allahu man yashao wahuwa alAAazeezu alHakeemu

why do you transliterate when you do not know any Arabic? and by the way it is not wama arslana it is wa maa aarsalnaa. Stich to Urdu

Well let us see what your Allah is saying

1. Wa maa aarsalnaa or and we not sent (you can read in present tense send)

2. min means from

3. rrasulin (the letter n denotes i3rab and it is not in the text)

4. illa means except

5. bilisani in the tongue (read this as language)

6. QWMH I will not add the short vowels here and the word here means his people

The rest of the aya is the usual Quranic blah...blah blah

So your Allah is saying:

And we not send from prophets except in the tongue of his people (tarjamt al-kilma)

And to edit: we do not send a prophet unless (he comes) in the language of his people (tarjamt al-ma3na)

Do you know what this means? It means that:

1. Your Allah tells us in the hadith that he sent 120,000 prophets. Right?

2. Muhammad's language was Arabic. Right?

3. Muhmmad's qawm (people) spoke Arabic. Right?

4. Then Muhammad was sent only to his people the Hijazi Arabs because he spoke their language

5. Then who was the prophet that was sent to your Hindu ancestors as Muhammad did not speak their language? Let me guesss: Rama or is it ganesh?

It seems that your Allah is really saying that islam is really the religion of the Hijazi Arabs only and you ain't no Arab

Oh more evidence from the Qur'an? You can read Q10:47, 13:8, 35:24, 28:75, 16:113

How come you did not know that?

>We sent not a messenger except (to teach) in the language of his (own) people, in order to make (things) clear to them.

I deleted the usual Quranic blah...blah...blah..

Here are the mistakes in your bogus and shall I say plagiarized taranslation:

1. aarsalna indeed means sent but it is read as send due to the Arabic language grammatical aspect so your translator does not know his Arabic grammar. Let me guess: It must be Yusuf Ali the fake

2. Where does it say in the aya (to teach) or liyu3alimuhum you will not find it in the aya

3. QWMH means his own people so why do you have your bogus (own) in your plagiarized translation? You have no clue do you?

4."In order to make things clear for them"? really? Where would I find hata ua3mal kulu shay'an wadihan lahum. You will not find it. Shame on you for being here and pontificating about a language that you really do not know

5. And here is your bonus for today the word (rasm) QWMH was edited by the masorites by adding a fatha above the qaf, a sukun above the waw, a kasra below the meem, and an alif below the heh. So much for the unedited Qur'an

>Here again I think we need to include the verses before this one to give you the context of all mankind thru all the prophets and Muhammad.

Oh the topos of context again.

Snip drivel

> you wrote:
Most people have no problems with alcohol and alcoholism is a disease and if any one is to be blamed here then it must be your Allah and there is a saying in Arabic al-mamnuu3 marghuub and do you think for a minute that people do not consume scotch in Saudi Arabia? they even call their favorite scotch Yuhanna mashi and if you have it on the rocks it is called yuhana mashi bil talj oh you can ask one of your Arab masters to tell you what this means and so much for the hypocricy of Muslims

>As applied by analogy this means all intoxicants.

Gobbeldygook

Snip drivel

> As far as your class on voodoo economics goes. I think you mean that we are currently under voodoo economics because we are going deeper and deeper and deeper into debt.

if you spend some taking Economics 101 you will learn that there are business cycles of boom and bust and we also have economic cycles of about 8 years for the real estate market of boom and then bust and then boom but again this is beyond your Allah and his voodoo economics

>Money can be a liability as well as an asset my friend. It deepens on if it is going into your pocket from such things as trade or investing. While a liability is just the opposite; it takes money out of your pocket. Liabilities include:MortgagesCar loansCredit card balance dueSchool loansPersonal loansTaxesThe typical amount you pay on each of these liabilities is considered your expense related to that liability. The term expense here refers to the total payment, including principal payment and related interest.

Gobbledygook

>Even Robert Kiyosaki in his "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" book, would rather classify a house as liability, instead of an asset, which is the financially prudent approach.You would need to constantly incur money for the maintenance of your house. These could take the form of property taxes, mortgages and insurance payments, utility bills, and paying to fix the water leak or toilet flushing or electrical wiring etc. All these are expenses related to your house. Therefore, it is a misleading thinking if you treat your house as an asset, for who would own it if you stopped paying mortgage payments?A lot of people would purchase houses with the expectation that they will go up in value, but there is no guarantee of this.This is what got us into the mortgage meltdown. In some cases, some houses actually went down in value as we see today right? A house is only considered an asset when it is sold for a profit. Hence a trade. Which is in accordance with Islam.Debt is a liability because it is money owed to someone else. The classic example of such a liability is credit card debt. Credit cards are the devil if I can quote The water boy's mom.When you use a credit card, you are in actual fact, taking a loan from the bank or the company that issued the card. And with the loan comes interest payments. Riba. Most credit card companies in general do not require you to pay interest for the first credit card cycle, which can be up to 30-45 days. However, any amount not paid off in full after that first cycle will be subjected to interest. And if you have a balance due on your credit card, then all future charges are also subjected to interest. More Riba on top of Riba. There will be no more first cycle grace period. As no money is exchanged in hands, the unwary are easily seduce into debt as they often perceive as if something is being purchased for nothing.Debt in general is a bad thing. However, as Robert Kiyosaki explained in his book, that there is bad debt and good debt. I am saying that all debt is bad according to Qur'an. When you borrow money to buy ego toys such as cars, clothes and electronic equipment, you are incurring bad debt. There is not financial gain from all these purchases. Islamic Economics is when you are just charged a fee in the trade.in order to purchase an asset not a liability. A classic example is money borrowed to buy rental real estate.

More gobbledygook and what does this have to do with my Economics 101 lecture to you about what is really money?

I urge you to stop being a victim of the imerialism of the Arabs and abandon Islam

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