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Our dear abd al-rahman and cherry picking time

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 27, 2009 at 07:30

Our dear abd al-rahman wrote

>..hmm my native language is arabic

Really? then where are you from? let me guess: Pakistan?Right?

> And you think I worship Idols ,then you are ignorant of Islam ....

Let me count the idols in islam again:

1. Muhammad

2. Allah and praying to an unseen God is not any different than praying to an idol except in the mind on an ignorant Arab that shall remain unnmaed

3. A copy of the Qur'an

4. A black stone called al-ka3bba (oh you might be even kissing and venerating the wrong stone as we are told by the tradition that the qarmatians took the real black stone away and it was carried on the backs of 40 donkeys or camels or god knows what but the black stone that was returned was only on the back of one donkey! I smell a fake here)

5. The whole town of Mecca you venerate it and it is a big time idol

So congratulations our dear abd al-rahman the wannabe arab but you are an idol worshipr too

>The Ka3bba

No it is called al-ka3bba oh you forgot al al-ta3reef again

>you are telling me that I worship is the kiblah which we direct to in our prayers ....

Praying to an unseen God or praying in a certain direction is no more that idolatry after all your Allah the arab says that you will find him in any direction. Rememebr?so praying in one direction is no more than idolatry and how come you did not know that?

But you also kiss it and venerate a black and cold stone and as you might know the islamic tradition tells us that such stone used to be white in color but with Arab women yahuku (oh yahuku? no I do not translate arabic for wannabe arabs like you) such stone hoping to get pregnant the color changed and it became black and do you know why it is black now? Because it is the color of the dried blood from menses! So next time when you kiss the so called black stone think about what I just told you

>And worshiping unseen god is the best test for your faith.

Oh I see you have nothing to say: So you see praying to an unseen God is no more than praying to an idol

>Give me Verses says that Jesus is god....

No I will not quote chapter and verse but you know well that I'm correct in saying that the Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic says that:

1. Jesus created life by breathing life in clay birds albeit biidhin allah

2, Jesus did not die and only a god does not die

3. Jesus cured the sick and only a god can do such thing 2000 years ago

4. Jesus raised the dead and only God can do that

And do you think that through the magic of al-nasikh wa al-mansukh Jesus' prophethood was abrogated and now he is God after all your Allah is in the habit of changing his mind?

Then congratulations our dear abd al-rahman the wannabe arab but the Qur'an really says that Jesus is really god and I'm not even Christian. And if you have anyone to blame then blame Abul Qasim and his poor theology

>And how can a human like us be a god???

Well allah is omnipotent. Right? then he can do it unless your Allah is not omnipotent? so is Allah not omnipotent? And Allah is also makkar. Right? then through his makr anything is possible

You need to get your money back from your madrassa

>Didn't you say that he died and then he rose again from his death???

Where did I say that? Hello: I'm not even Christian and the Bible is a kitab muharraf anyway right? then why do you quote a kitab muharaf ?

> I wonder how was the world without a god??

Oh let me see:

1. Allah is makkar right? then he can do it and fool all of us.

2. But wait: if we are to follow your bogus logic then who was taking care of the universe when Allah was telling Gabriel what to tell Muhammad

3. And who was taking care of the universe when Allah was listening to all the sordid details about Abul Qasim and the little fadiha in his little abode in surat al-tahreem?

4. And where was Allah when al-shytan revealed to Muhammad al-ayat al-shaytaniyya? Was he taking a nap?and who was taking care of the universe when Allah was taking a nap?

5. Oh and now in regard to Muhammad's little trip al-isra' wa al-mi3raj: who was taking care of the universe when Allah was following the progress of Abul Qasim's little trip on the back of al-buraq and why did he not get him to fly via let us say a Jumbo jet? And here your bonus for today: we are told that when Muhammad arrived at the place where Allah is Gabriel told him: shhhhh Allah is praying! Allah was praying (thank you fahter Zakaria Botros) ? Really? The question is to whom?

6. This brings out the next question and this is straight from sirat rasul allah pages 572-573 "if Allah created this creating then who really created your Allah?" Then who really created your Allah as he seems to be praying to someone? Oh could it be Muhammad after all we are told in the Qur'an that Allah and his angels yusalu 3la muhammad! Allah prays to Muhammad ROTFL So much for polytheism and Islam

6. Oh I forgot and Allah has aqaneem. Right? then he can become a man or even a woman and the other aqaneem will take care of the universe. Right?Oh uqnum/aqaneem? Oh no I do not translate Arabic for wannabe arabs

7. Oh the "he ate food excuse" well let me tell you: Allah tells us that he is makkar. Right? then he can pretend to eat when he is not eating. Right? So much for your poor logic

>ok enough of these distorted facts that have been made to the religion of god (your god and my god and the god of all "ALLAH")....



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