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Seriously thinking on Anwar Ashiqi.

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Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Mar 28, 2008 at 00:20

Thinking about the recognition of muhamad.

I read several times what this Anwar Ashiqi said, as follows:

"…only after the Pope and all the Christian churches recognise the prophet Mohammed. If they don't recognise him as a prophet"…

After reading several times due to the absolute non sense, childish and immaturity of his, I decided to focus my attention to the word "recognize" in Anwar's mind (and the best meaning that I found that would best address this context, belongs to the Merriam Webster dictionary, as follows:

"…1: to acknowledge formally:, a: to admit as being lord or sovereign, to admit as being one entitled to be heard : give the floor to; a: to acknowledge with a show of appreciation <recognize an act of bravery with the award of a medal>; b: to acknowledge acquaintance with;

Re-cognize: To become acquainted with (again)…(from other dictionary).

So, what really means recognize Muhammad as a prophet to Anwar?

If the church acknowledges formally Muhammad as a prophet, it transforms itself as a convert to Islam.

If the church admits muhamad as a lord and admits his sovereign, all the churches members and affiliates become converts and in particular cases, reverts to Islam.

If the churches carefully listens to muhamad's words and think he is entitled to be heard and give him THE floor, it is a classical and traditionally perfect case of conversion, "in locum" for to say.

If the church appreciates him, thus denying Christianity and thus Judaism, even thinking of muhamad as brave, again we have a case of conversion and in this case, a brain wash towards Islam, with a huge trend to implement shahid-ISM as a pattern and a praise to hussein attached to that.

If the church and its members/ affiliates get acquainted again with Muhammad, again we have a case of infidels converting to Islam.

Ultimately, there is NOT yield to the situation.

Others' will not be accepted by SA, unless they strongly convert/revert to Islam.

Consciously or un-consciously Anwar wrote in rocks the absolute stupidity of his being.

If SA think as him, there we go.

It is Impossible to have any other faith in SA!!!

Nevertheless, these "carrascos" blame Israel as a suppressor of other faiths, a typical Neanderthal reaction (psychologically speaking), from someone (SA) that wants to hide its own criminal identity, when/by blaming others

Submitting....

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