Globl warming ?... Who's to blame ? The kaffirs of course!
Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Mar 16, 2007 at 18:02
Noor al-Imam al-mutadil or Moderate Muslim wrote :
> I THINK YOUR argument is that if God created the world so perfect, how can humans undo that.
The term "humans" is here ambiguous (on purpose? ) . Islamically speaking , it's obvious that Moslems as good and obedient slaves of Allah can't even imagine such a monstrosity as thinking of undoing -let alone they can undo - their solitary moongod's perfect work. If Moslems can't do that , who remains as the culprit ?
> Humans have the ability to do whatever they want within their capablilities.
> It is obviously within human capabilities to make the earth uninhabitable.
"Humans" means here "kaffirs". It's not within Moslems' capabilities to do such things to their Allah and his beloved Arabia.
> So I guess if what you are asking is "is the existence of global warming allowed in Islam" Then of course the answer is yes.
And the answer says further that for this global warming kaffirs are again to blame as within the Islamic mindset suspecting Moslems for that damnable act would be untenable , wouldn't it ?
> So please could you just answer my question, Do you believe in global warming?
Can you answer a different question : "Can you enumerate a few problems in the world today or yesterday for which you can blame Moslems and/or Islam ?" ?
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