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A Quiz for Nuray - I challange you to answer

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God?

Submitted by Uday Thipsay (Germany), Nov 16, 2005 at 08:03

Hi Nuray,

You have been dodging my questions very cleverly. You choose to answer only that part that has nothing to do with my main arguments.

Let me help you and throw the following quiz at you. I would like you to answer objectively, with only ‘Yes' or ‘No'. Please do not take me on a fairy tale drive on these questions.

Q. 1. If I am a pious Muslim but I refuse to take part in Jihad and also prevent other Muslims to participate in Jihad – will I go to paradise after my death? (Yes/ No)

Q. 2. If I am a Muslim who believes in Allah but not in Prophet Muhammad, am I then still a Muslim? (Yes/ No)

Q. 3. If I am a Jew or a Christian and spent my life doing good things. Will I go to heaven after my death? (Yes/ No)

Q. 4. If I am a Hindu who believes in idol worshipping and I have done good things in life. Am I entitled to go to heaven after death? (Yes/ No)

As you see, the questions are pretty straightforward. Note that when I say heaven, it is the heaven depicted in the Koran – an abode where pure streams flow, abundant fruits and meat is available, sparkling wine is served and 72 Houries are deputed at the disposal of each believer.

Once again, accept my challenge and answer these questions objectively.

Awaiting your reply.



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