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WRONG!!!! Your answer is WRONG Richard

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in response to reader comment: Questions to "Richard the Lion heart"

Submitted by Servant of Allah (United States), Jan 29, 2006 at 19:37

First of all you gave me over 90 "something". What is that!! I asked you for the 77 branches of faith, in the form of sentences that MAKES SENSE.

When you wrote this did you think it made any sense? It's not even in a sentence!! What does "Wishes", "Divorce"," Oppressions", "Partnership", "Eclipses", "Tricks" and all these other words mean when used alone. Are you kidding me!!

You said that "I have never been to some madrassa school (thank God)". Do you know what you just said? "Madrassa" means School in Arabic!! This means that you are saying that you had never been into school before (Oh my God). Is that what you meant?

On the other hand you missed a lot of them. You didn't write them in full sentence and details. You even wrote things that were never mentioned in the list of the 77 branches of faith. You didn't even mention the source. Should I call you a liar?

Sorry Richard, you just proved that we are talking about two different things. While you are talking about things I don't Believe in, I am trying to defend my own beliefs which you don't seem to know. Why should I read what you write anymore if it is full of lies and ignorance about the subject?

So write whatever you want because you are not offending anyone. Did you understand what I just said or just reading some "010100001011111", just like when you copied the stuff you posted as your answer to my question. But I am not going to call you a careless reader. Your love for your belief blinds you from reading well. Read what you just wrote and see if it makes sense.

If you failed to answer the question right, and indeed you did, this means that you don't have sufficient information about Muhammad so you could say anything about him. Prove me wrong and answer all the questions.

You said……… "The Holy Bible gives us a test to determine a true prophet from a false one: "But a prophet who presumes to speak in my name anything I have not commanded him to say, or a prophet who speaks in the name of other gods, MUST BE PUT TO DEATH.' "

It was a nice gift from you explaining why the Christians where determined to kill the Prophet. Oh ... Peaceful Lord.

Did you hear that "Lisa"? Now God is asking his believers to start an Endless War on other religions, ha. Do you have a verse that tells you to incline to peace?
Oh, I forgot you don't know it exists in the Quran since you failed to answer the question.

And a final thing, haven't you asked yourself why Jews don't believe in what the New Testament brought by Jesus? Because they consider him one of the false prophets of which the Hebrew Bible warns about in "Deuteronomy 13"

Here are the 77 branches of faith that you DON'T know and failed to answer;

The 77 Branches of Faith


1. Belief in Allah

2. To believe that everything other than Allah was non-existent. Thereafter, Allah Most High created these things and subsequently they came into existence.

3. To believe in the existence of angels.

4. To believe that all the heavenly books that were sent to the different prophets are true. However, apart from the Quran, all other books are not valid anymore.

5. To believe that all the prophets are true. However, we are commanded to follow the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) alone.

6. To believe that Allah Most High as knowledge of everything from before-hand and that only that which He sanctions or wishes will occur.

7. To believe that Resurrection will definitely occur.

8. To believe in the existence of Heaven.

9. To believe in the existence of Hell.

10. To have love for Allah Most High.

11. To have love for the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him and give him peace)

12. To love or hate someone solely because of Allah.

13. To execute all actions with the intention of religion alone.

14. To regret and express remorse when a sin is committed.

15. To fear Allah Most High.

16. To hope for the mercy of Allah Most High.

17. To be modest.

18.To express gratitude over a bounty or favour.

19. To fulfill promises.

20. To exercise patience.

21. To consider yourself lower than others.

22. To have mercy on the creation.

23. To be pleased with whatever you experience from Allah Most High.

24. To place your trust in Allah Most High.

25. Not to boast or brag over any quality that you posses.

26. Not to have malice or hatred towards anybody.

27. Not to be envious of anyone.

28. Not to become angry.

29. Not to wish harm for anyone.

30. Not to have love for the world.


31. To recite the testimony of faith (kalimah) with the tongue.

32. To recite the Quran.

33. To acquire knowledge.

34. To pass on Knowledge.

35. To make dua.

36. To make the zikr of Allah Most High.

37. To abstain from the following: lies, backbiting, vulgar words, cursing, singing that is contrary to the Shariah.


38. To make wudu, ghusl, and keep one's clothing clean.

39. To be steadfast in offering salaat.

40. To pay zakaat and sadaqatul fitr.

41. To fast.

42. To perform the Hajj.

43. To make i'tikaaf.

44. To move away or migrate from that place which is harmful for one's deen.

45. To fulfill the vows that have been made to Allah.

46. To fulfill the oaths that are not sinful.

47. To pay the kaffarah for unfulfilled oaths.

48. To cover those parts of the body that are fard to cover.

49. To perform the ritual slaughter.

50. To enshroud and bury the deceased.

51. To fulfill your debts.

52. To abstain from prohibited things when undertaking monetary transactions.

53. Not to conceal something true which you may have witnessed.

54. To get married when the nafs desires to do so.

55. To fulfill the rights of those who are under you.

56. To provide comfort to one's parents.

57. To rear children in the proper manner.

58. Not to sever relations with one's friends and relatives.

59. To obey one's master.

60. To be just.

61. Not to initiate any way that is contrary to that of the generality of the Muslims.

62. To obey the ruler, provided what he orders is not contrary to the Shariah.

63. To make peace between two warring groups or individuals.

64. To assist in noble tasks.

65. To command the good and prohibit the evil.

66. If it is the government. it should mete out punishments according to the Shariah.

67. To fight the enemies of deen whenever such an occasion presents itself.

68. To fulfill one's trusts (amana).

69. To give loans to those who are in need .

70. To see to the needs of one's neighbour.

71. To ensure that one's income is pure.

72. To spend according to the Shariah.

73. To reply to one who has greeted you.

74. To say Yarhamukallah (‘Allah have mercy on you') when anyone says Alhamdulillah (‘All praise is Allah's') after sneezing.

75. Not to cause harm to anyone unjustly.

76. To abstain from games and amusements contrary to the Shariah.

77. To remove pebbles, stones, thorns, sticks, and the like from the road


So, can you answer the rest of the Question?

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