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Submitted by another one (Egypt), Feb 19, 2006 at 19:27

first of all,please do accept my apology regards what you call "verbal vomit attack " as you probably knew,English ain't my mother tongue language,but i promise to make you proud next time !

now you really amuse me here !"You appear to be ignorant of both" hahahahahahhahahahhahah..
are you trying to tell me that you have much knowledge at my religion more than i do!!not only that..it get's better..i'm more like ignorante too of both!..

ok i'll try to be more resonable with you "kitchen knife"...you made 2 mistakes in here buddy
first calling "zol qarnain" Alexander the great"even with the rumors around it,not in our book"
second..you called him a prophet..and he wasn't..well here's some info about him,hope you've got time..

Details are not given as to who is actually Zul-Qarnain was an in what exactly an age did he live, for what Qur'an gives is not a report of any deed related to the mere knowledge of the dates of the events and the names of the places of their occurrences but to reflect upon what was done in the past for the guidance of the future. Zul-Qarnain is said to have been once killed by a barbarous people and God after 500 years quicken him to life and again he was killed and again after 500 years God raised him and commanded him to proceed against certain very turbulent people. It is said that it was for this reason that the king was named Zul-Qarnain, i.e., the one with life for two Epochs.
Zul-Qarnain-- Qarn literally means a distinctive mark associated with something which becomes known with the mark -like the horns in case of animals -to denote a distinctive time like a century -distinctive demarcation between two lands -The distinctive point in forehead or two curls of hair on either side of the face. The distinctive of the use of the pen and the sword when it is combined in man.

However, any one combining in him to such distinctive qualification is termed, as Zul-Qarnain and the commentators did not hesitate to find justification to this hero in all these distinctive marks from horn up to the combination of knowledge. The identification of the person mentioned in this, is a matter of controversy whether he was Alexander the Great or Darius or someone else. Qur'an give the fundamental and the narrative aspects of the man in question that he was one who had two, combined qualities in him. Most probably the same quality which Talut combined in himself - Knowledge and Might - and that he was
Righteous, and also a powerful servant of God who traveled throughout east and west to help the helpless and to serve the humanity expecting no reward from mankind but to cooperate with God in His benevolent deeds

There is "no Qur'anic evidence" that Zul-Qarnain was a "prophet of God", but undoubtedly, he believed in God and the Life Hereafter, the Resurrection Day - and was a very broad minded ruler wishing well of his subjects irrespective of their race, color and creed.

about being called the great Alaxander as it's more like a rumor no body takes it for granted..& certainly he wouldn't be called a prophet of Islam who came before Muhammad because he was founded at the early ages of prophet Mosas & al Al-Khadir "the great man" in arabic..

about the christ issue no dear i wont discuss it with you because that's a very sensitive subject to us more than to you,add to that i'm talking to someone who don't respect my beliefs from the first place,& no way in hell to make you..so that's when the talk stops...

the reason for sticking around here & facing this nonsense you write about us every day is only in hope to prevent or maybe reason with you somehow to stop your crap & leave us alone..not to discuss Islam or even trying to make you believe in it's existence..

- MR "rusty sword" smarty pants..about the muslim workers in a large international companies was only a reply for your comment about "muslims aren't able to function as a minority in any country"i only showed you that they are somhow can be a part from a system... Apart from the suicide bombing events, i think you do understand the difference between "terrorists" &"normal ppl who works for their livin'"...
i'm not saying because of them the nations grows or without them the system collapse..

"Stick to burning embassies and throwing stones - it' what you do best, after all" if you think that's all what we can do,then my work here is done..we are reaching a dead end..& maybe the only way you ppl like to see us in..in a form of an exploding bomb...

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