The elusive buraq and al-Hajar al-Aswad
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 19, 2014 at 17:19
MWA you wrote
Further research has brought to light some other disturbing facets of islam - namely the 'kaaba' itself.
Oh yes the big idol in Mecca? Could you expalin to me why would prophet Quthm bin Abd Allat aka Muhammad the PUBH preach the no idols business then he tells his followers to venerate a black stone this is even worse than the buraq
It's probably old news for you -
Well I can always learn something new
but an eye-opener for me.
Oh you mean the wonders of Islam?
This is the object that has so much muslim consciousness focussed on it??? How totally bizarre.
Did you notice what it looks like? Hint: part of the female anatomy!
And this indeed was noticed by the women of Quraish and we are told again in loving details by the Ulama that these women would rub their genitals into the black stone and they believed that they will get pregnant and then to spice things up we are told that the Arabic word Hak or rub is the source of the other Arabic word Haj (to visit Mecca and pary at the Kaaba)! And no I'm not kidding you
Oh more spice? Well the Ulama tell us that the black stone used to be white in color but with all the blood from the menses of all these women it turned black in color! And no I'm not kidding you
But again what do you expect from the God of Islam who tells his followers that he created comets which are hot (which is a stupid claim) so they chase the Shaytan who is trying to spy on the revelations of Allah to Quthm Bin Abd Allat aka Muhammad
And it makes you wonder why do we still have comets after all Allah stopped sending revelations to mankind some 1400 years ago ....
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