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Our dear another Muslim but the Qur'an tells us that Allah and his angels and your likes have to pray ro al-nabi aka Muhammad so should I believe you or should I believe the Qur'an and Allah?

Reader comment on item: Terror & Denial [by Hadayat at LAX]
in response to reader comment: Muslims do not worship Mohammad (p b u h)

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 14, 2010 at 07:36

Our dear another Muslim or AM who posts from one of the lands of al-kuffar and whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by Islam but does he care?

>Muslims dont worship Mohammad (pbuh).

Really? then how about

sali 3ala al-nabi

Do you know what this means? It means that Muslims pray to Muhammad astaghfirullah

Oh Allah spoke to me too so do I get a PUBH too? or do I get a Hazrat?

>Muslims worship one God and only one God,

Really? Then you do not seem to be aware that your Allah says in surat al-ahzab aya sita wa khamseen

inna allaha wa malaikatuh yusaluuna 3ala al-nabi

Oh I forgot that you cannot read speak or write Arabic so let me help you: Your allah is saying that that He Allah that is and his angels PRAY to al-nabi aka Muhammad and what a fadiha (oh fadiha? It is Arabic for scandal) Allah prays to Muhammad so who takes care of the universe when Allah is praying? Any guesses?

Oh there is more then your Allah says

ya ayuha al-ladhina aamanu salu 3alayhi wa salimuu tasleeman

Your Allah is asking you to pary to Muhammad so do you disagree with your Allah? I smell a fatwa here

How come you did not know that?

> the God of Adam, Moses,

Oh really? So is your Allah the ethnic God of the Jews too? sohanallah


And where is the PUBH our dear Am do you think that i should tell al-wahabiyuun that our dear Am does not write PUBH after the name of Jesus? and that he calls him Jesus and not 3issa?

But our dear AM the Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic says that Jesus is really Allah oh would you like to know more? Then just ask

>and Mohammad (pbuh).

ROTFL Pakistani English

Hello: your Allah is an Arab and you sould write

3aliyhi al-salat wa al-salam

And this is what your Arab masters would say which means that they pray to MUhammad too

What a scandal

>You can never force your beliefs on others.

Oh yeah? Then here we go: I urge you to leave Islam and the Arabs and their religion and imperialism and be free again

>Unless they accept it by themselves,

Then I urge you to stop being a lackey of the Arabs and their religion

> you can never force religion.

Really? then why was islam forced on your Hindu ancestors?

>You seem to be focusing on Muslims, but you forget other religions that come to Britain including Hindus and Jews and many others. Then again there are different sects and beliefs in Christianity itself, so where would it end. Forcing one way of thought or belief does not work. Diversity in religion and culture when embraced sparks acceptance and creativity.

I read this as: tablighees like you are discovering that they cannot live any longer on lies and fabrications and that we kuffar are not willing to become wannabe Arabs like you

>Diversity helps bring new ideas that can improve society and the quality of life. Accept the change and adapt.

There are new ideas in islam? really? Like what?

For the readers anyone interested in reading more about the fact that the Qur'an says that Allah and his angels pray to Muhammad and that Muslims should pray to Muhammad then read this old post of mine


Now it is up to you our dear AM to prove me wrong


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