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in response to reader comment: Fatima: It is good you admit clearly that Allah does not love non-Muslims. Part II

Submitted by fatima (Kuwait), Apr 5, 2008 at 16:28

salam

yes adam and eve did sin .. and God did teach them .. and who said that you can't Sin? actually God made us sinable!! we do sin.. you think muslims don't sin? dude they do as much as you do .

God forgives us when we sin and we ask for forgiveness .. and yes Islam does erase whatever comes after it . this is hadeth saheeh .. which means that its a %100 fact said by muhammed PBUH.

as for Aisha , I suggest that you don't talk so awfully about her story since you didn't know the women .. and we can't even tell for sure how old she was when she got married cause its not mentioned in hadeth saheeh nor in quran .. all that we know for sure is that she loved muhammed and he loved her truly too . and that he died on her chest .

yes he did fall in love! with his wife!

you know what i think plato about Allah? i think he wants us to sin .. so that we run to him and ask him for help and for his forgivess.. and no he almighty is not like that cause he enjoys power.. but he is cause he loves us!

i think this is hard for you to understand . but well i felt like sharing :)

God is bigger that hate .. so i don't think hate is the right word to describe what God feels toward non beleivers..

you see God has created adam and eve .. heaven and earth . hell and us ... and everything that we have.. he deserves to be thanked for his blessing.. and worshiped for he is the creator of all ..

but when a human with brains chooses to beleive Satan ..and ignore Gods word.. God gets angry .. and if that person is bad enough to just keeps following his devil.. then God doesn't show such person the light cause such person may not deserve it.

the problem with you plato is that you view God as a person .. he is not.. he is above.. way above.. he created every person you know including you .. God is your lord rather you like it or not ..

and if you don't beleive in the lord plato .. i don't think that you will spend so much time on the subject of his exsistence .

try this plato.. have a shower and then pray like a muslim does .. am sure you know it since you look like someone who spent alot of time reading about islam ..

if you were lucky enough to feel the same way a real muslim feels after a prayer.. if you reach that stage of peace ..then a great thing will happen :) if you think what am asking is crazy.. i suggest that you try it as an experiment.. you won't loose anything i mean .

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