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Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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““You must not lose faith ”

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#41606 Oct 7, 2012
Short recall:
Allah Ta'ala is One. There is no one equal to Allah Ta'ala, either in being, qualities, actions, commands or names. Allah Ta'ala is "Waajibul Wujood", in other words, His Existence is compulsory. His destruction is impossible. Allah Ta'ala always was and always will be.
Allah Ta'ala is neither anyone's father, not is He anyone's son. Allah Ta'ala does not have a wife. Anyone who shows Allah Ta'ala to have a father or for Him to be anyone's son or to prove that Allah Ta'ala has a wife is a Kaafir (non-believer). If anyone thinks or imagines this to be possible, then that person he is misled and irreligious.
Allah Ta'ala is present and in existence. The term used to define this is "Hai". Everyone?s life and existence is in the control of Allah Ta'ala. He gives life and causes death to whomever He pleases.
It is also not necessary that everything in the power of Allah Ta'ala should come into existence even though it is possible for it to come into existence. An example of this is that if Allah Ta'ala wills, He may create a mountain made from solid gold, but there is no such mountain. However, if Allah Ta'ala wishes, then it will exist even though it does not exist at present.

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As a matter of fact we could read nothing that could also not be attributed to jesus.
Ah and we had the problem with jesus dying on the cross which proved that he could not be a god.
But for some reason someone had to die on the cross and jesus saved. WHY?
See the previous post, as to why the very first narrator on the najran xians was out of flavour.
Frijoles

Bristol, CT

#41607 Oct 7, 2012
MAAT wrote:
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Then he will certainly be happy to hear that the good doctor speeched that the earth is only 9000 years old.
You know, there IS a reason that no major scientific discoveries or innovations ever came from the island of Jamaica.

““You must not lose faith ”

Since: Jun 11

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#41608 Oct 7, 2012
The actual verse:
66:12 And Mary the daughter of 'Imran, who guarded her chastity; and We breathed into (her body) of Our spirit; and she testified to the truth of the words of her Lord and of His Revelations, and was one of the devout (servants).
Wamaryama ibnata AAimrana allatee ahsanatfarjaha fanafakhna feehi min roohinawasaddaqat bikalimati rabbiha wakutubihi wakanatmina alqaniteena

Another clue. Either to leaving each religions to it's own time and place. As with the prophets.
Or an acknowledgement of Allah's plurality.
Though admittedly they did not get jewish philosophy and religion one bit.

““You must not lose faith ”

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#41609 Oct 7, 2012
Why, i wonder, would someone living in Axum, Abessinia, working for the Negus, be an eyewitness to an event in Yemen?
Who's narrative is based upon an islamic tradition about Ibrahim.
Any story would be repeated about christians being martyrs, but i'm putting serious question marks as to the perpetrator.

““You must not lose faith ”

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#41610 Oct 7, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
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You know, there IS a reason that no major scientific discoveries or innovations ever came from the island of Jamaica.
Lack of logic...
Ah silly me, you mean that they simply lacked time to evolve.

The music is pretty good though.

““You must not lose faith ”

Since: Jun 11

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#41611 Oct 7, 2012
Right...what day is this.
Got islam out of my system again.

Time to relax.
L'hitraot Frijoles.
former res

Broomall, PA

#41612 Oct 7, 2012
Cult of Reason wrote:
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The atheist , secular and humanist communities have been following this guy for a while. The scariest part isn't his beliefs, since many evangelicals think that way and we're used to it. The scariest part is that he chairs the House Science Commitee..
BTW - he's been married four times. Guess he picks and chooses what he's going to follow from the bible.
That makes it even scarier.

He sounds like a "cafeteria Christian."

Might as well put Huggybear in charge of science!
Frijoles

Bristol, CT

#41613 Oct 7, 2012
MAAT wrote:
Right...what day is this.
.
L'hitraot Frijoles.
Its Hoshanna Rabbah
Frijoles

Bristol, CT

#41614 Oct 7, 2012
former res wrote:
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That makes it even scarier.
He sounds like a "cafeteria Christian."
Might as well put Huggybear in charge of science!
Someone has to be in charge of those textbooks.
SeasideSoon

Fortson, GA

#41615 Oct 7, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
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You would make a good republican.
Actually Reverend Wright's group is more suitable - no Republicans there.
"GD America"
SeasideSoon

Fortson, GA

#41617 Oct 7, 2012
What is the capital of Israel anyway?
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Frijoles

Bristol, CT

#41618 Oct 7, 2012
SeasideSoon wrote:
<quoted text>Actually Reverend Wright's group is more suitable - no Republicans there.
"GD America"
But there is no irony in that.
Frijoles

Bristol, CT

#41619 Oct 7, 2012
Besides, I dont think Hughbe knows that he is black.
Frijoles

Bristol, CT

#41620 Oct 7, 2012
Move over, Big Bird, we got a better scapegoat..
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Republicans to Cities: "Drop Dead"
How the G.O.P. Became the Anti-Urban Party

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/07/opinion/sun...

Since: Dec 10

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#41622 Oct 7, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
Move over, Big Bird, we got a better scapegoat..
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Republicans to Cities: "Drop Dead"
How the G.O.P. Became the Anti-Urban Party
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/07/opinion/sun...
I got through her rambling, but wonder why someone who claims to be a conservative doesn't understand that history has shown that cities have always had a excessive amount of control of how state tax (and federal)dollars are spent. Of course, it's because of their numbers (votes), that's a given. But with that lopsided power, the rest of the state gets the shaft becaue the voters inside the loop have their own agenda and priorities. Screw everybody else is the general sentiment. So Ms. Peggy is now outraged that those outside the loop have finally found a voice? Her comments are a waste of newsprint and bandwidth.
Frijoles

Bristol, CT

#41623 Oct 7, 2012
SeasideSoon wrote:
<quoted text>I got through her rambling, but wonder why someone who claims to be a conservative doesn't understand that history has shown that cities have always had a excessive amount of control of how state tax (and federal)dollars are spent. Of course, it's because of their numbers (votes), that's a given. But with that lopsided power, the rest of the state gets the shaft becaue the voters inside the loop have their own agenda and priorities. Screw everybody else is the general sentiment. So Ms. Peggy is now outraged that those outside the loop have finally found a voice? Her comments are a waste of newsprint and bandwidth.
Its a little than finding a voice. Many of the anti-city comments are nothing more than a screen for racist codewords. Which is amusing to the rest of us who understand that the cities are more than that.
Frijoles

Bristol, CT

#41624 Oct 7, 2012
SeasideSoon wrote:
<quoted text>I got through her rambling, but wonder why someone who claims to be a conservative ...
So, speaking of rambling, what do you make of the new Mitt? Who is the real Mitt?

And why are the Repubs circling the wagons around him now that he is no longer severely Conservative? To me, that shows what the real issue is. This election to them is not about ideology but a hatefest against Obama (the Urban One).

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#41625 Oct 7, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
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Its all ok though.
The homophobic Jamaican known as Hughbe finds confort knowing that people sensible people like him exist.
I can sleep better know that ;-)

Since: Aug 11

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#41626 Oct 7, 2012
former res wrote:
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That makes it even scarier.
He sounds like a "cafeteria Christian."
Might as well put Huggybear in charge of science!
Let's not get carried away now.
Frijoles

Bristol, CT

#41627 Oct 7, 2012
Cult of Reason wrote:
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Let's not get carried away now.
Who knows, maybe in the Alice in Wonderland culture of a future Romney Administration, he will appoint a nuclear physicist as poet laureate.

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