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Excuse me, I am a Muslim, I am a Woman, and I am responding to your "challenge"

Reader comment on item: Will Europe Resist Islamization?
in response to reader comment: They always cite the Old Testament

Submitted by Muslimah (United States), Mar 17, 2009 at 03:41

Just as a note: By the title of the comments, I don't mean to be rude or offensive to anyone.

First, the Quran was revealed to Prophet Muhammad. Dawood is David, you know, Prophet David from the bible and he was long before Muhammad, so why would there be a Dawood version of the Koran.Second, the Quran, unlike the bible,torah and all other scriptures God revealed was never changed. Not a single letter of the Arabic Quran has been altered because God promised to preserve it. If all the books in the world were burned, only the Quran will remain because millions of Muslims around the world have memorized it by from front to back: could you say that about the bible, or torah. Third, your statements about Islam are all false! If you want to talk about Islam, talk about the real Islam. Not the one the masked with terrorism by the Media (that's called Izlam-supposed to be a joke :)) or the one bashed by ignorant feminist who don't realize that it was Islam that gave women the humantarian rights of property, inheritance way before their people ever had them. Talk about the Islam in the real Quran, not the made up Dawood verison. When you learn about the real Islam from real informaton you will learn the truth and find peace. why do you think muslims greet with peace anyway. asalamu alaikum, means peace be upon you. By the way, Islam has never committed a crime. Maybe someone labeled as a Muslim because their family is Muslim but doesn't really believe in Islam would do something but a true Muslim would never intentionally harm anything not even an ant because we fear God and when everyone dies, everyone is responsible for their own actions in this world. So forgive, forget, Repent, and follow the straght path to Heaven: Islam. By the way again, The real Quranic verse you quoted (4:34) is: Men are the managers( that is the person who is responsible for the proper conduct and safeguard and maintenance of the affairs of an individual or an instituion or an organisation)of the affairs of women because Allah had made the one superior (by one degree in responsibilty, not as in more valuable because Islam says women are the most valuable on earth and something valuable needs to protected, people protect their money, keep safe their jewerly and everything else expensive and loved to them. In islam men and are woman are equal!) and because men spend of their wealth on women(otherwise the men would complain they are less than women because the men are obligated to spend money from their own earnings to provide food, clothe, shelter and other provisions for women. If you were doing this wouldn't you want the person you providing to be virtuous and not deceiving) Virtous women are, therefore, obedient; they guard thier rights carefully in their absence under the care and watch of Allah. As for those women whose defiance you have cause to fear, admonish them and keep them apart from your beds and beat them lightly (It does not mean that all the three measures are to be taken at one and same time, but that they are permitted in the case the husband has cause to fear his wife's defiance. As regards their administration, this should be done with a sense of proportion according to the nature and extent of the offence. If a light warning proves effective there is no need to resort to a severer measure. As to a beating, the Holy Prophet reluctantly allowed it and even then did not like it.) Then if they submit to you, do not look for excuses to punish them: not it well that there is Allah above you, Who is supreme ans Great (clearly says to treat them justly, to fear God because God punishes the unjust and oppressive and God knows and sees/hears everything, hidden or open because God is The Creator knows His Creation very well. this verse is only talking about women, look in another and you'll find equality for both men and women because is a religon of toleration not discrimination).

NO one can pick a random verse to cite and say things about it without knowing the background information, (you need a permit, training and a liscense to drive, same here, you need knowlege before you can interpret the Quran. I got the verse from an english translation fo the quran and put some of my knowlege in quotation. May God forgive me if I made a mistake.

Now it's your turn to take my challenge. Learn about Isalm from authentic sources, hint: a Muslim would know more about Islam than someone else from a different faith. so look at Muslim sources about Islam(besides, if you wanted to learn about African culture, would you go to Russia or Africa) Muslimvideo.com and Islamictube.net are great video sources. Watch " the Secret Beyond Matter" by Harun Yahya(best video ever)

Hope this helps: Remember take the challenge, oh yeah, you said some other stuff that make any sense to me, you might want to clear that up too.Are you too scared to take the Challenge. You'll learn Islam the true Religion


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