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our dear deb is saying that killing is evil but his allah says ayat al-sayf says to kill! which one should we believe

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 27, 2010 at 06:28

Our dear Deb is back for more

>Remember I asked you to not to interfere in a debate between me and Mr. Tovey.

Remember that if you post anything it will be challenged?

"Our dear Deb who gave up on Paul Revere and the Chinese pagodas that look like Mosques and who is debating the history of the Umayyads when he does not seem to know any Arabic"

>My ANswer : It was you who accepted that it does not bother to you who Paul revere

Hello: Paul Revere is not the issue he is a non issue the issue is Omar al-Farooq or did you forget?

>was and that was it form me. I established I won the debate against you.

Dream on

>You need to understand that in which instance I used the example of Chinese mosques which looks alike the pagodas.

Really? Where? So you tell us where can we find mosques that look like Chinese pagodas?

> This was given to you to help you explain that architecture of mosques does not mean anything since you were boringly saying the same thing again and again "Al-Aqsa mosque is a church since it looks liek a church".

It was bulit to be a Church period. Prove me wrong is this asking for much?

>I believe I have won the argument there since you did not counter my argument on that example.

Dream on

>As per as the ayat al-saif is considered let us say it was given in response to a particular situation. You need to read the verse in that context.

You told us that killing is evil context or no context right mr ignorant? Then your Allah must be evil

Now you tell us readers what is the context of ayat al-sayf and you will be making a fool of yourself

>Another point when I say "Now killing is considered evil." I was referring to "Ten Commandments". Now do you accept that commandment "Thou shall not kill" or not ? Yes or No.

But your masters the Arabs and your Allah tell us that al-yahood wa al-nassara harafu al-tawrah wa al-injiil why do you want me to believe a corrupted book mr ignorant? Oh the Arabic? Darn it I do not translate Arabic for wannabe Arabs like you

>If you do not then you do not belong to the Judeo-Christian Western Civilization.

So be it

>Do you get it ignorant ?

The ignorant is you and the big time munafiq is you

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