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Mansoor: Pot calling the kettle black

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Submitted by Plato (India), May 18, 2008 at 12:04

Mansoor, you wrote:

>>...The point is...I cannot play flute in front of a statue which is unable to think, unable to hear and unable to perform...<<

But you don't seem to mind talking five times a day in a language you do not understand to a phantom, someone from seventh century Arabia claimed sent messages to him through a strange creature called Gabriel. This phantom claimed through two intermediaries that His proof for being the creator are the bees, hills, wind, cloud, sun, moon etc and you believe Him.

>> Your mindset is completely locked. The only purpose left for you is to humiliate, target and malign the face of Islam, for which you have already crossed many boundaries.<<

The pot calling the kettle black. The only purpose of Islam seems to be to target disbelievers. The Koran abuses and curses all unbelievers and threatens them with unbelievable tortures. Read 2:88, 2:89, 4:46, 4:47, 5:60, 9:30 2:65. Has the Koran not crossed any boundaries, my dear Mansoor?

>>Just answer me! Why your Premier leaders visit the Tombs of "Khawaja Nizamuddin Aulia (R.A)" & "Khawaja Moinuddin Chishti (R.A) of Ajmer Sharif?<<

Mansoor you forget that most of our leaders are either atheists/agnostics (Nehru) or polytheists and even more importantly they are politicians who want to please all sections of society (remember we are a democracy?), including our Muslim brothers and sisters.

Our leaders also visit innumerable temples, churches, gurudwaras, touch the feet of godmen and godwomen which are all abhorrent to your pure monotheist Islam. Ajmer Sherif is not the only place they visit in search of votes.

>>I know you would be silent!! pin drop silence I can feel!<<

You know Mansoor, the deaf cannot hear even a bomb exploding.

>> These saints were famous and are famous and millions of people visit their shrines every day...including Muslims, Hindu and others...<<

Yes, Mansoor, Hindus respect great figures from all faiths, unlike Muslims who have only abuse, a la the Koran, for saintly figures from other religions. We have many saintly figure in India, would you dare go and seek their blessings? Did I hear a pin drop?

>> Did you ask your inner person about their nobility? Many start their election campaign from here and many visit this tomb to get their wishes come true..Why?<<

This Khwaja Moinuddin went about converting thousands of Hindus to Islam, especially the poor and powerless among them. You may consider this a pious activity. I would consider it as motivated by the imperialistic nature of Islam. I have been there and was saddened by the sight of hundreds of deluded people hoping for the intercession of a long dead man.

>>I know the answer is hard to come by....If you throw dirt on me and Islam..then indirectly you are throwing dirt and disrespecting the above saints who were Muslims and their noble acts are remembered even after many centuries.<<

You consider Muhammad, who had his critics assassinated, raided peaceful caravans, married whoever he wanted – including slave girls, and a 9-year-old – a noble person. So no doubt Khwaja Moinuddin was a saint in comparison for only converting infidels to Islam.

>> I only see you and your friends like Thiagan, Plato, Spa etc. having predetermined mindset which is based on theory "to reject and reject and just reject" and answering you and them is sheer waste of time.<<

Mansoor, answering you is not a waste of time. You have the quintessential Muslim mind. It is a pleasure exploring and exposing it.

>>The truth is ....you are already dead from inside!<<

Don't give us up for dead just yet.




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