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Our dear M&M and flawed logic and poor Arabic and the religion of peace (sic)

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 13, 2007 at 17:52

You wrote

>He may believe wht he wants in this dunya

No it is al-dunya. What is the matter with you wannabe Arabs/Pakistanis and the definite article "al"? And why did you use the word al-dunya when you do not know any Arabic? What are you trying to prove?

For the readers the word al-dunya is a vague Arabic word that means the world

>and no one should cause him harm based on what he does or does not believe

Wow what a treat. Is this a fatwa by you our dear M&M and as if anyone cares. But wait as a typical Muslim I except that you will indicate that your Allah does not like that and that your Allah will be getting his little funny hell ready for such soul that dared opposing Islam or you will be quoting some Quranic verse where the poor soul will be accused of let us say al-fasad (Q5:33) and he will be told that he will be either killed, crucified, have the opposite arm and leg amputated or told to leave the land. So let us see what you will be saying

>but he will face Allah in the akhira

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic. No it is al-Aakhira there is a definte article and an alif so it is aa and not a. See what happens when you try hard to use a language that you do not know?

>and that is where he will account for his sins

See what I told you? Your Allah does not like that but I have a few questions for you

1. What is your evidence that there is indeed a deity called Allah?

2. Who created your Allah?

3. If you do not have any clear answers to both questions then you really do not know what this man will be facing in al-aakhira and if we are to believe your Allah's book that Jesus is really God he will be facing Jesus and he will be forgiven!

4. What is really a sin? So what is really a sin our dear M&M?

5. And how do you know that your Allah if he is really for real that he will be so upset that he will have to ask this poor soul to account for his actions more so when we have the Islamic doctrine of al-qada' wa al-qadr? Oh you pretend to know Arabic so you must know what this doctrine means! So you see your Allah can only balme himself for the sins of this man. So much for the poor Islamic theology.

This post of yours is more evidence that you ain't moderate as you claim...

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