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Reader comment on item: Dennis Kucinich, Lefty for Radical Islam
in response to reader comment: The coming of the last Messenger or Prophet (if understood)

Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), Apr 3, 2012 at 07:52

Mr Abdullah, not content with sane people not accepting his ludicrous interpretation of non-muslim scriptures continues:

'I sent in a correction for the verse of John 14:16 which should have been John 14:19."

Oh, very good, we're all so glad you've cleared that very important technicality up. Very big of you , being a muslim and all, to admit to such a travesty , unintended as it was.

"Now I sent in the Chapter and verse only and I received all kind about the Prophet Muhammad a

yes - you received replies which expressed clear opinions which did not coincide with your own. And ...?

'....and how I was trying bring down Jesus and total madness. "

Where were you trying to bring down Jesus? After all , how can you - according to you he is a muslim after all, isn't he? He probably faced Mecca 5 times a day - and snuck into that town at least once during those missing years to do the whole Hajj thing . Yes - of course you're going to say that the tektite and its black obelisk enclosure wasn't there back then - but he could see the future and probably went there anyway. Look into this - are you sure there's not some muslim scripture that supports this?

"In the verse John 14:19 Jesus said Himself " I go and you see me No More" And in verse 26 He said I will pray to the Father to send another one in my name to teach you all things. All of these translations about what a spirit is are stupid. "

A little too abstract for you is it? That's the problem isn't it? Abstract conceptual thinking comes a little hard. 'Heaven' has to be full of sensual delights , people are muslims or infidels etc. The whole concept of consciousness transformation and 'spirit' (i.e. pure conscious awareness ) is foreign to you.

And yet you wonder why there is a chasm between islam and all other religions.

"Jesus was speaking to some people in His time of One to come at a future time."

One what?

"\Who was to be a male person.to do what you are saying He would do and it would not be Him but someone else."

The pronoun 'He' was used to describe 'God' - because humans 2000 years ago did not really get the concept of a creative spirit behind the cosmos that would be beyond having a sex. God has no sex. And neither does God have a religion. Other than truth itself.

And the term spirit only means someone how could not be seen at the time He was speaking but at a future time to come. Now if you go to the last book of the old testament the Bible tells you who that person would be.Malachi 4:5-6 and that person name is not Jesus.

Not wanting to get into scripture wars - but the New Testament Christ specifically warns about 'false prophets'....

This person to come (spirit) would be a Human man who eats,sleep,walk and talk like you do (not casper the friendly spook).

And someone riding on a supersonic white, winged horse with a peacock's tail counts?

His name would be Elijah who would turn the people heart back to GOD before the end time of evil and bring in the new world of God.

So how does 'Elijah' turn into 'mohammed'. And if you are seeing evil every where around you - and you think this is the period well defined in the Christian New Testament 'Book of Revelations' i.e. Apocalypse - then Mo has turned up 1400 years too early, no? Or are you talking about the 'Mahdi' who will pop up out of a well in Iran?

Or are you talking about Bahai'ullah who the Bahais think is the fullfilment of their prophecy - of their scriptures bci.org/prophecy-fulfilled/buddhasa.htm- part of which includes the Koran?

If Jesus of 2,000 years ago was walking down the street now how would you know was Jesus? would He be wearing the clothes they wore 2000 years ago? would He have long hair like that picture you have on wall. NO He would not. (more later)

I've asked exactly the same thing of Muslims - how would anyone of them today recognise Mo even if they fell over him ? I mean, it's even been 'haram' to depict this entity. In Jesus's case - all enlightened beings have a radiation which is almost palpable. An aura which you can feel and is unmistakeable. There would be no such problem of identification in Jesus's case. And also - he would be saying to people to find the 'kingdom of Heaven' (higher awareness, love, clarity ) within themselves and don't get roped into an external religion and all its trappings and ridiculous ceremonies and superstitions.

But in Mo's case, that aura of bliss , lightness and enlightenment being very definitely completely absent, you'd have to resort to more 'practical' and obvious clues - such as carrying a scimitar, having a nine year old girl in tow and mouthing off against Jews and other Infidels.

Submitting....

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