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Ben Othman:Why are you trying to undo Allah's will by asking to cease being pagan?

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Submitted by Plato (India), Jun 25, 2012 at 07:42

Ben Othman you wrote:

>>A note to all disbelievers and idol worshipers in India, particularly.This is an advice not an insult.<<

You are actually insulting Allah by asking to stop being pagans as Allah created us of His own free will. Who are you to try and change His will??

>>Though irrelevant and not worth my time and effort to reply to your naive, amateurish insinuations, you deserve to be reminded.

Why don't you remind Allah that He needs to have His head examined for creating idol-worshipping pagans?

Quran 70:43--" So leave them to converse vainly and amuse themselves until they meet their Day which they are promised "<<

Just another threat from Allah. No big deal as the Koran is full of empty threats, the see you Judgment Day type.

You find that it is a waste of time to warn pagans of the peril they are in. But the verse you quote shows Allah, the insecure phantom you worship, is certainly bothered enough to threaten them with hell. You must ask yourself why if Allah is so bothered about unbelief He created pagans in the first place. Allah did create pagans like me did He not? If not who did? And what can I do if Allah has Himself created me a pagan, could anyone prevent Allah from doing what He wishes? By doing da'wah you are trying to upstage Allah by trying to undo His work.

>>Bye--for starters, try putting your tongues in the flame which you worship so piously.When you feel the pain, ask that multi arms. or elephant nose idol to help you.<<

This is plainly some gobbledygook. From what I can figure out you are challenging pagans that when they feel pain to seek the idol Ganesha's (the elephant headed god) help.

Muslims pray five times a day (mostly nonsense in Arabic about treatment of women, how Muhammad should deal with his wives, giving Muhammad permission to marry his son's divorced wife and so on). I expect Muslims when they are in pain do call upon Allah for help. That your Allah is as powerless as Ganesha is proven by the fact that Muslims have been beseeching Him to help them to get rid of Israel and to no avail. When a Muslim's child falls ill he/she implores Allah to save it. But child mortality is about the highest in the Islamic world and not in the idol worshipping pagan world. Allah does not care for Muslims any more than Ganesha cares for pagan Hindus who worship it.

Regards

Plato

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