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Muslims, Slavery, God and Evil

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Submitted by Lori (United States), Nov 8, 2006 at 21:45

Personally, I think Jesus was probably olive complected, but that is neither here not there.

The fact that evil exists does not mean that God is not all powerful. He gave mankind freedom of choice, and so often, mankind uses this freedom to do evil. It is sad but true. I can find nothing in the New Testament which justifies slaughter and torture in the name of Christ, though I can find justification for slaughter and torture in the Koran and Hadiths. All this in the name of Mohammed's god. And who is he? The chief god of the kabaa? Hubal, the moon god? Mohammad gathered pagan, Christian, and Jewish traditions and started his new religion. He was not very well versed in the Judeo-Christian tradition as noted by his mis-interpretations. He created an arche-type Jew as a scape-goat for all that goes wrong in the world. He had numerous wives, including a child and his own daughter-in-law, to satisfy his lusts. And he says the God of Abraham permitted this? Rape, slaughter, pillage; all in the name of allah and his apostle.

Where do we go from here Ahmad? Perhaps the Muslims could acknowledge the corrupt nature of Mohammed's character, and see that he was a man who perhaps wanted good for the Arab nation but got carried away by the lust of the flesh, and the lust for power. Perhaps the Arabs could take responsibility for the poverty they have brought to their own people. Muslims want to destroy what they can't claim for themselves. That is truly sad. They inculcate their children with rabid hatred for the Jews. Instead of putting their energies into education and creating, they pour every fiber of their beings into hatred and destruction. They are truly to be pitied. Child abuse is what their numerous offspring suffer at the hands of so-called parents. They lie, they murder, they speak out of both sides of their mouths. Many people lost homes they loved after WWII, but the Muslims are the only ones strapping bombs onto their children.

I pity these people. I pity them. Especially their children. :*(

Jesus did not lose when he was crucified; he completed the work he came to do: The Father loves me, because I give up my life, so that I may receive it back again. No one takes my life from me. I give it up willingly! I have the power to give it up and the power to receive it back again, just as my Father commanded me to do. (John 10:17, 18)

Louis FarraCon is a good example of a Muslim: blaming the Jews and Whitey for every evil. Planting conspiracy theories into the minds of poor, uneducated people. I hope the mothership takes him up soon!

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