For Shakeel and being a wannabe Arab
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 18, 2007 at 06:27
My dear shakeel rabina yushakil3aqlak akthar wa akthar.
>My dear Dhimmi no More
Tsk.....tsk...tsk.. you are not very original my dear Shakeel
Now what did we learn from your post? Let me help: Nothing. Not a thing.
So I will ask you the questions again:
1. Why would your Allah ask you to kill the polytheits and committ a crime when he can change their hearts a mind without too muc mess and blood shed?
2. Why would your Allah not change the hearts and minds of the Jews and Christians and make all of us Muslims unless your Allah cannot do such a thing and in this case your Allah is not omnipotent but if so your allah is no deity. What do you think our dear Shakeel?
3. And why would your Allah ask mere human beings to kill for Him (Q9:4) or to fight for him (Q9:29) when he can change hearts and minds of us all?
4. Why would your Allah asks mere human beings like you to go out and spread his religion? If he is omnipotent he does not need your help. What do you think our dear shakeel?
5. And why would your Allah ask Muhammad and his minions to expell Jews and Christaisn form al-Hijaz?
6. Do you think that in the case of the polytheits of Mecca and being told that they will be killed unless thay converted to Islam, this is a case where Islam was indeed spread by the sword?
7. And here is your bonus question: "If Allah created all, then who really created your Allah?" (see Sira pages 571-572).
And like I say: you are here to spread the religion of the Arabs and you ain't one.
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