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In memory of the victims of the 9/11 atrocity may they rest in peace and your logic is flawed our dear Jayelle

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 11, 2010 at 09:11

Our dear jayelle el-falyasoofa al-kabeere and whose logic is flawed but I guess al-falsafa is beyond the Muslim mind

>For all that any of us know, Mohammed may well have been the prophet of God.

Sure and if I tell you that Allah spoke to me too so am I a rasul too? What do you think?

>Are we 100% absolutely sure that he was not sent by God?

We kuffar do not have to prove anything it is Muslims like you have to prove to us that

1. There is really an Allah

2. There really was an Arabian warlord and caravan raider and you must pardon me and child molester whose name was really Qutham and his kunya abul Qasim and who is also called Muhammad and Ahmad and who is really Taha who lived in a dump called Makka in 7th century Arabia again if you do not like what I'm saying then get rid of your islamic sources that tell us all of this nonsense

3. There are really angels

4. There is an angel called Gabriel

5. Allah spoke to Muahhamd or is it Ahmad or it it Qutham or is it Abul Qasim via an angel called Gabriel

6. And the words of Allah are what we find in the Qur'an

We can only sit and watch you maknig a fool of yourself

And here is your bonus: Anyone who claims that a god spoke to him via an angel needs the help of a psychiatrist because he is crazy

> If so, on what basis are we sure?

You see there is an old saying: Ask a stupid question and you will get a stupid answer so what is your guess?

>On a basis of opinion or belief or what? People can be so quick off the mark to criticise and judge the religion of others, without having any solid foundation for their own beliefs, which usually (but not always) turns out to be lukewarm at most.

gobbledygook

>Wouldn't it be something to find out after we die that Mohammed really was the prophet of God?

Oh is this when you get the 72 virgins?

> I personally do not base my beliefs on bias, name calling or otherwise. To say that such a monotheistic faith would have to reject Mohammed is an impossible concept, as all world monotheistic religions base their beliefs on revealed Scripture, and the Scripture of Mohammed is the Koran. Without the Koran, the Arabs could not possibly have a monotheistical religion.

wa minkum nastafeed!

Oh the Arabic? it is sarcasm

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