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"Contextomy"? oh Allah's enemies and terrorism and it seems that atheists are not Allah's enemies and as if anyone cares

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 18, 2008 at 07:45

Oh shall I add this little gem "contextomy" to your other topoi?

Now who are really Allah's enemies? (the poor guy needs to have a consultation with a tabeeb nafsi or psychiatrist) Based on the "Allah is changing his mind doctrine" or the funny al-nasikh wa al-mansukh then we have to look no further than surat al-tauba or the so called last revealed sura. Right?

Well it is clear that those enemies of Allah are those that do not believe in not just Allah but also his rasul (Q9:29) which means that Allah makes Muhammad his partner! Right?So much for polytheism!

Now those enemies are, as per ayat al-sayf, al-muskrikeen (oh Allah and his poor ego) but notice that the Qur'an never defines who are really al-mushrikeen in ayat al-sayf (it does not say: al-mushrikeen fi Makka and no there is no H be it hah or heh at the end of the word Makka as Pakistanis write it as Makkah). So who are really al-mushrikeen the ultimate enemies of Allah?

If you turn to Q9:30 you will realize that your Allah is telling you that the Jews are really polytheists (sic) as well as the christians. But that is not all. Now if you turn to ayat al-jizya you will also discover that ahl al-kitab what ever that is must be Allah enemies as they do not believe in Allah and Muhammad. Now if we are to believe the ulama then ahl al-kitab must be the Jews and Christians and if we are to believe the wannabe historian Karen Armstrong then we must include here any nation or group that has scripture and included here would be the Zoroastrians and the Buddhists and your Hindu ancestors but you cannot include here the Sikhs and the Mormons as Muhammad is supposed to be the last rasul and absent also here are al-mulhiduun (oh I do not translate arabic for wannabe arabs like you) and if you believe Ibn Taymiyya then some Muslims must be regarded as mushrikeen as in the case of those Muslims that celebrate mawlid al-nabi

So here are the enemies of Allah:

1. The jews

2. The Chistians

3. The Buddhists

4. Your ancestors the Hindus

5. The Zoroastrians

6. Muslims that for example celebrate mawlid al-nabi

Or almost the rest of humanity

So what does Allah suggest that Muslims do for his enemies? He tells Muslims to terrorize his enemies (q8:60) through killing as per ayat al-sayf and to fight them as per ayat al-jiza and to get those that are not killed to pay the mafia tax aka al-jizya

So you see your little "contextomy" is bogus

Oh al-mulhiduun? It seems that your Allah has no saying and in this case it means that your Allah has no difficulty with al-ilhad

I urge you to stop being a victim of Arabian imperialism

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