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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jun 15, 2007 at 17:50

free bee made a prophetic statement :

"Prophet Muhammed (s), prophecised many thing in his life time. Everyone of them came true."

Many ? Didn't he prophesy ALL things including those that would never occur ?

To the Moslem mind nothing happens without Allah informing somehow his beloved ummah of what is going to happen . America attacked Iraq ? Hey, the prophet predicted it centuries ago , didn't he ? 9/11 ? Any warrior holding the Quran in the battle of Siffin knew that , didn't he ? Free Bee's prophetic statement ? It was easily predictible from al-Bukhari's collection of sayings , wasn't it ? Free Bee's inability to imagine Islam is a piece of coagulated sh... and lies ? Hey , Aisha knew that long before she first heard her husband's plagiarist lyrics ...

For whatever happened there is always a relevant Moslem prophecy ready to hand to confirm Islam's infallibility and glory . For whatever didn't happen lack of a relevant prophecy is seen as a proof of Islam's infallibility and glory !

Islam reminds me of a mentally ill dog I have seen at a vet's . He was spinning around trying to catch his own tail and as he couldn't he just sped up his crazy dance. The Moslem mind operates the same way. To prove Islam is always right it has to turn aorund its theological tail faster and faster inventing more and more lies , "prophecies", fairy tales . It will never end its rage spin until it either dies or a straight-jacket is put on it .


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