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Our dear Qirsh bix and Islamic delusions

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 27, 2010 at 18:39

Our dear Qirshbix aka Sharkbix whose ancestors the Hindus were brutalized by Islam is here to dish our some islamic nonsense

>It is Jerusalem that Muhammad (peace be upon him)

Oh is this the PUBH thing? Allah spoke to me too via an angel do I get a PUBH too?

>visited during his night journey and ascension (called Isra' and Mi'raj).

ROTFL Pakistani English Arabic it is

al-isra' wa al-mi3raj

And you need to stick to Urdu our dear Qirshbix

Oh the Qirsh? Well you see the so called tribe of your so called prophet was called quraish which is derived from the word qirsh or shark now do you get it our dear bix who needs to get a life?

>In one evening,

Oh is this a qissa? Oh qissa? may be you can ask your so called sheikh Abdul Rauf al-ikhwani to tell you what it means

>the angel Gabriel miraculously took the Prophet from the Sacred Mosque in Mecca to the Furthest Mosque (Al-Aqsa) in Jerusalem.

Really? so where would I find in the Qur'an

ina al-malaak gabreel akhadha al-rasul men al-masjad al-haram fi mecca ila al-masjad al-aqsa fi al-quds aw aurshalem aw aelia

YOu will not find it and you will not even find the word Jerusalem in the Qur'an

Oh the Arabic? I do not translate Arabic for ignorant tablighees like you

Even al-Tabari and you ain't al-Tabari had no clue about what is really al-masjad al-haram wa al-masjad al-aqsa and you claim that you know?... Oh and how did he get to Jerusalem? Oh let me help you via al-Buraq so no kuffar's 747 planes? And did Muhammad order a Muslim meal on his buraq trip? Oh let me see did he enjoy the chamagne as alcohol was still allowed?

>He was then taken up to the heavens to be shown the signs of God.

Oh let me share this little story with you: your islamic books tell us when muhammad reached the 7th heaven to check out Allah and Gabriel told him: Shhhhhh Allah is praying! What a fadiha (oh I will be nice and tell you fadiha means scandal) Allah prays? he is praying to whom? And who takes care of the universe when Allah is praying any guesses?this is what your islamic books are saying and how come you did not know that?

>The Prophet met with previous prophets and led them in prayer.

Is this when Allah was busy praying?

> He was then taken back to Mecca.

Via al-buraq? Sobhanallah and was it tourist class?

>The whole experience (which Muslim commentators take literally and Muslims believe as a miracle) lasted a few hours of a night.

If you believe such cockamamie story then i have a bridge to sell you

> The event of Isra' and Mi'raj

ROTFL Pakistani English Arabic

You need to stick to urdu but again islam is the religion of your masters the arabs only

>is mentioned in the Qur'an,

Really? where? so i will find the word Jerusalem in the Qur'an? Sobhanllah!

>in the first verse of Chapter 17 entitled 'The Children of Israel.' "Glory to Allah, Who did take His servant for a journey by night, from the Sacred Mosque to the Farthest Mosque, whose precincts We did bless - in order that We might show him some of Our signs. For He is the One who hears and knows all things." (Qur'an 17:1)

Oh I see so let us read the Arabic something that you cannot do right our dear Qirsh?

subhana al-ladhi aasraa bi3abdihi laylan men al-masjad al-haram ila al-masjad al-aqsa blah....blah...blah

and here is what your masters the Arabs call tarjamat al-kilma/lafz

1. subhana means glorified and here is your bonus for today: The Ulama edited your Allah's rasm of the word SBHN by adding a damma above the letter seen and a sukun above the letter beh and and alif after the letter hah and a fatha above the letter noon. What a fadiha Allah cannot even properly spell a perfect Arabic word and so much for the unedited Qur'an

2. al-ladhi means the he

3. asraa means carried/go

4. bi3abdihi or his slave

5. laylan (i3rab) during the night

6. men means from

7. al-masjad al-haram means the place of prostration that is sacred

8. ila al-masjad al-aqsa or to the farthest place of prostration

and here is tarjamt al-ma3na

glory to he who carried his slave from the sacred place of prostration to the farthest place of prostration

So you tell us ...

1. Where would i find the name of Mecca or even Bakka in the above aya? You will not find it

2. Where would i find the name of Jerusalem or its hitoricized name al-Quds or even its real name at the time Aelia in the above aya? You will not find it

3. Where would i find the name of Muhammad or even Ahamd or even his real name Qutham or his kunya Abul Qasim in the above aya? You will not find it

4. YOu think that the 3abdihi in this aya might be me after all as I told you Allah spoke to me too?

5. Even al-Tabari had no clue what this very strange aya is all about

6. And where would i find anything in the above aya about the rediculous al-buraq?

How come you did not know that?

>This night journey further reinforced the link between Mecca and Jerusalem as holy cities, and serves as an example of every Muslim's deep devotion and spiritual connection with Jerusalem.

How come you did not know any of the above? Could it be that you already knew but you were hoping that we kuffar do not know but this would be a lie our dear Qirsh or could it be that you did not know because you believe the cockamamie nonsense you have been told in your madrassa but in this case you would be ignorant so which one is it our dear Qirsh the wannabe Arab?

But here is your bonus for today:

The historical evidence we have is that the Umayyads were Christian Arabs (gasp!) that followed Pre-Nicene Syrian Christianty and that Muhammadan abd allah is really the blessed servant of Allah aka Jesus which means that Jesus must be your Muhammad too

Oh and the cultic center of what was to become islam was al-masjad al-aqsa (aka the Byzantine Church of the Umayyads) and Mecca was a later inevtion of the bogus islamic historical tradition

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