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Gem time and al-Episcopalian al-kabeer!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 7, 2010 at 07:03

Our dear Clyde who has nothing more to say and who is really a Pakistani and a tablighee

>Your logic is flawed -

What does logic have to do with the fact that you will not find the name of Jerusalem in the Qur'an?

>let me give you an example

Oh yeah more drivel

>I gave another commentator. Let's say you have lived in a town of several thousand - there is only one burger place with golden Arches among many burger places - strangers come to town, and, ask you where the burger place with the Golden Arches is? You automatically know, it is at 34th and Hamburger Street(made up) - probably, 95% of the readers would know we are talking about McDonalds. Same with the Mosque.

... al-masjad al-aqsa is the first monument in Islam which means that there were no "golden arches" before al-masjad al-aqsa and to add insult to injury al-masjad al-aqsa should really be called the Byzantine Chruch of the Umayyads and do you know why? Because the structure is like a Byzantine Church and in actual fact abd al-malik who built it was a local Syrian and Christian Arab who was a follower of the pre-Nicene Syrian Christianity and whose MHMD 3BD ALLH is really Muhammadan 3abd allah aka Jesus! Now do you get it?

Oh I forgot I also have a diner with golden arches do you think it could be McDonald's or may be al-masjad al-aqsa? What do you think ?

Oh I forgot and how come al-Tabari or ibn Abbas (the cousin of your so called Prophet) or Muqattil in his very early Quranic tafseer never recognized those fake golden arches of yours? any guesses?

And how come Abd al-Malik the one that built it in 692CE or 72 years after the death of your so called prophet and when the memories were still fresh did not tell us in the inscriptions that we find in that mosque that

hadha al-masjad inahu al-masjad al-aqsa al-mawjood fi al-qur'an fi al-asra wa al-mi3raj

Oh let me translate the Arabic for you

this mosque is the aqsa mosque and you will find the name in Q17:1

You will not find and do you know why? Because Abd al-Mlaik's cultic site was this building and not the pagan temple in Mecca and you would have been doing your little hajj to it

For the readers: The site of the Quranic al-masjad al-aqsa was not identified by Muslims as the Byzantine Church of the Umayyads located on the temple mount until the 11th century CE

>There is NO pagan worship here -

Pagan is when you pray to an unseen God (you tell us what is the difference between praying to an idol or to an unseen god? let me help you: there is no difference except in the mind of an ignorant arab and wannabe prophet) and pagan is when you kiss a black stone in Mecca and when you have a big time idol called Muhammad and when you kiss a book and venerate it when it is only made of paper and ink oh the book? It is the Qur'an and when you venerate a city and make it a big time idol oh the city? It is Mecca

So congratulations our dear clyde al-tablighee but you are a pagan and islam is a pagan religion

>Islam, Judaism, and, Christianity , all worship the same God -

Oh really? so your Allah is the ethnic God of the Jews and he is also Jesus? you think that i should tell your masters al-wahabiyuun that you our dear clyde al-tablighee is saying that Allah must be Jesus and the ethnic god of the jews? I smell a fatwa here

Oh I forgot the Qur'an also says that jesus must be Allah! Would you like to know more mr ignorant?

>the Koran meres much of the Torah, BUT IN MORE DETAIL,

Wrong. The Qur'an assumes that the reader is already familiar with the OT and NT!

For the readers: Muslims realized early on that the Quranic layer called al-Isra'ileiat where the authors of the Qur'an only refer to Jewish traditions, but never in details as the authors assumed that the reader of the Qur'an must be familiar with such traditions, and one can find in Jewish sources external to the Jewish canon

So much for the Quranic claim that it is a kitab mubeen

>much of which has been confirmed.

What was confirmed? oh that you are ignorant? we know that? or that you sound like a tablighee? we know that

>It was NOT a political movement, but a religion,

Really? so you disagree with your masters the Arabs that ina al-islam deen wa dawla? Oh I will be nice and translate it for you: Islam is a religion and state

You think that i sould tell your masters al-wahabiyuun that you disagree with them that islam is also a dawla? I smell another fatwa here

>as much as the Bible was,Christians believe Jesus was God's son, and, God in the flesh, Jews do NOT believe Jesus was anything other than a regular, human male, and the savior is yet to come, Islam believes Jesus was a prophet with a connection to God, much like Mohammad.

Hello: the Qur'an says that jesus is really Allah would you like to know then ask and the Qur'an claims that Jews and Chrsitans are also polytheists do do you disagree with your Allah astaghfirullah? Oh I smell a fatwa

I urge you to leave islam and be free again

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