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But Allah says that drinking alcohol is good for mankind!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 13, 2013 at 07:30

Our dear Ali Baba al-tablighee is either not aware or was hoping that we kuffar do not know but Allah says in surat al-nahl 67

ومن ثمرات النخيل والاعناب تتخذون منه سكرا ورزقا حسنا ان في ذلك لاية لقوم يعقلون

Or and from the fruits of the plam trees and the grapes you take from it fermented (drinks) and better wealth/sustenence and truly this is a sign for people that have sense

So let me help you

1. Your Allah says that it is OK to drink alcohol so do you disagree with Allah our dear Ali Baba?

2. That drinking alcohol has benefits and i'm not the one who is saying that

3. Allah is also saying that alcohol is a sign for people that have sense which means that you do not have sense our dear Ali Baba

What a disaster Allah is saying that alcohol is fine and dandy and good for you so you and I need to go to the nearest bar and have a drink after all Allah and not me is saying that alcohol is great

And who says that Islam is not ridiculous


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