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Nuray- Is Allah God?

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Submitted by Gaye Carman (Australia), Nov 24, 2005 at 08:10

Nuray, you said...
Thank you for your polite message. That's very kind of you. It is nice to read comments like yours. Some people on this website are very aggressive while delivering their views.

Nuray, I agree with you re comments, it is one of the reasons I like to read the Jihad watch, as most people on there seem to be more polite. But Nuray, I cannot understand where you are coming from, I have read parts of the Quran and other books, and feel that Mohammad was a very bad man, he even called evil on people, eg....Bukhari: V5B59N397 "Allah's Apostle raised his head after bowing the first Rak'a of the morning prayer. He said, ‘O Allah! Curse so-and-so and so-and-so.' After he had invoked evil upon them, Allah revealed: ‘Your Lord will send thousands of angels riding upon chargers sweeping down as a form of good tidings to reassure you that victory comes from Him. He will cut off parts of the unbelievers, overthrow them, and turn them back in frustration. For Allah is forgiving and kind.'" [3:124].. How does this make Allah forgiving and kind... then this....Qur'an 59:2 "It was Allah who drove the [Jewish] People of the Book from their homes and into exile. They refused to believe and imagined that their strongholds would protect them against Allah. But Allah came at them from where they did not suspect, and filled their hearts with terror. Their homes were destroyed. So learn a lesson, O men who have eyes. This is My warning…they shall taste the torment of Fire."
OR....Tabari IX:122 "Muhammad sent Uyaynah to raid The Banu Anbar. They killed some people and took others captive. Asma was one of the women taken prisoner."


Tabari IX:123 "Muhammad sent an expedition to Ghalib and to the land of the Banu Murrah. The raid on Amr and Abi was sent to the valley of Idam. Another by Aslami was sent to Ghabah. And Abd al-Rahman was ordered by the Messenger to lead an army to the seashore."

Tabari IX:69 "He who believes in Allah and His Messenger has protected his life and possessions from us. As for those who disbelieve, we will fight them forever in the Cause of Allah. Killing them is a small matter to us."

Bukhari:V5B59N516 "When Allah's Apostle fought or raided people we raised our voices saying, ‘Allahu-Akbar! Allahu-Akbar! None has the right to be worshipped but Allah.'"

Ishaq:281 "The Raid on Waddan was the first Maghazi [invasion]. The Expedition of Harith was second. They encountered a large number of Quraysh in the Hijaz. Abu Bakr composed a poem about the raid: ‘When we called them to the truth they turned their backs and howled like bitches. Allah's punishment on them will not tarry. I swear by the Lord of Camels [Allah?] that I am no perjurer. A valiant band will descend upon the Quraysh which will leave women husbandless. It will leave men dead, with vultures wheeling round. It will not spare the infidels.'"
Now Nuray, I could not believe in someone as cruel as this,, Mohammad hated anyone who wasnt a beleiver,, I think you need to read parts of your own books yourself, there is much hatred, fear, plundering, taking of slaves, etc in this book, there seems to be no love, caring, etc unless you are a believer, then even then there is still fear...
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