Why should Australians fear from Musl...

Why should Australians fear from Muslims?

There are 46749 comments on the Scoop story from Dec 23, 2007, titled Why should Australians fear from Muslims?. In it, Scoop reports that:

About 800 people gathered in Camden, NSW and raised their voice against the plan for an Islamic School to be built in the area.

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MUQ

Qatif, Saudi Arabia

#36840 Feb 9, 2013
Neville Thompson wrote:
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This is just this persons opinion much like yours.
Those who follow true path are often tread the fellow travelers.

As Allah says in Quran "What is left after truth, but falsehood"?

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#36841 Feb 9, 2013
MUQ wrote:
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Those who follow true path are often tread the fellow travelers.
As Allah says in Quran "What is left after truth, but falsehood"?
You quote Allah as having written your Quran which is a falsehood seeing Muhhumud had others write it as you know.
wesley

Southwest Brevard Cnty, FL

#36842 Feb 9, 2013
the whole world needs to unite and stamp out this evil thing called islam..
Jimbob McCarty

Australia

#36843 Feb 9, 2013
Religion will do this.

Which fairytale is the true one? What a crock.
Tom

East Maitland, Australia

#36844 Feb 9, 2013
MUQ wrote:
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Those who follow true path are often tread the fellow travelers.
As Allah says in Quran "What is left after truth, but falsehood"?
Is this the Muslim Success you talk of ?

http://www.middle-east-online.com/english/...

Muslims really hate each other. Hate filled is a g0od description.

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#36845 Feb 9, 2013
Tom wrote:
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Is this the Muslim Success you talk of ?
http://www.middle-east-online.com/english/...
Muslims really hate each other. Hate filled is a g0od description.
Reads the bottom bit where the Sunni extremists say they are doing it to remove Iraq's Shi'ite Prime Minister.
Remove all Sunni from their adopted countries,deport them back to their breeding ground for they are a danger to all of us.
Brit Expat

Montpellier, France

#36846 Feb 9, 2013
There's a new Muslim clothing shop opened in our shopping centre, but I've
been banned from it after asking to look at some of the new bomber jackets.

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

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#36848 Feb 9, 2013
http://prophetofdoom.net/Prophet_of_Doom_04_D...

According to Ishaq's Sira: Tabari II:50 "Allah desired to send Abraham as an argument against his people and as a messenger to His worshippers since there had been no messengers between Noah and Abraham except Hud and Salih [the mythical rulers of Ad and Thamud]." If that's true, there couldn't have been Muslim worshippers. A thousand years had passed with no religious communication. Allah said he destroyed the Ad and Thamud and he never suggests Abraham visited them. So in an attempt to establish a religious context for his scam, Muhammad destroyed it. The scenario he has just laid out precludes worshippers, and without them, all he has shared thus far concerning the establishment of Islamic rites and the veneration of the Ka'aba, could not have been passed along.

"As time drew near, the astrologers came to Nimrod, saying,'We have learned from our lore that a boy will be born in this city of yours who will be called Abraham. He will abandon your religion and break your idols in such and such a month and year." Muslims are attempting to bestow on Abraham, whom they view as the father of Islam, the same kind of birth announcement enjoyed by Yahshua, the founder of Christianity, but they didn't have a clue when either man actually lived.

Both secular and scriptural histories tell us that Nimrod died centuries before Abraham was born. The clay tablets that were unearthed near ancient Babylon starting in the late 19th century suggest Nimrod died violently at the age of forty around 2800 B.C., two generations after the great flood. Apart from the Bible, Abraham is not as well known. Yet, archeologists have been able to confirm the Biblical accounting of when he lived by unearthing the places the Scriptures say he visited or that coexisted during his time. They have found dozens of corroborating artifacts that confirm Abraham lived between 2100 B.C. and 1950 B.C. These men were not contemporaries.

To be continued
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Tempe, AZ

#36849 Feb 9, 2013
Sheilaa wrote:
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#36850 Feb 9, 2013
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http://www.islam-watch.org/Lennard/Islam-Sacr...

Pre-Islamic worship of the goddess seems to be primarily associated with Al'Lat, which simply means 'goddess'. She is a triple goddess, similar to the Greek lunar deity Kore/Demeter/Hecate. Each aspect of this trinity corresponds to a phase of the moon. In the same way Al'Lat has three names known to the initiate: Q're, the crescent moon or the maiden; Al'Uzza, literally 'the strong one', who is the full moon and the mother aspect; then Al'Manat, the waning but wise goddess of fate, prophecy and divination. Islamic traditions continue to recognize these three, but labels them 'daughters of Allah'.

According to Edward Rice [4]“Al'Uzza was especially worshipped at the Kaaba where she was served by seven priestesses. Her worshippers circled the holy stone seven times - once for each of the ancient seven planets, and did so in total nudity.

Near the Kaaba is the ever-flowing well, Zamzam, which cools the throats of the countless millions of pilgrims. In an oasis of always-flowing water, the Black Stone in its mount became an unmatched image of the goddess as giver of life. Only in the Indian continent do such physical symbols for the male and female generative powers, the lingam and yoni, continue to be worshipped with their original fervour.

It is easy to imagine that in pre-Muslim times, the goddess's temple at Mecca was preeminent, whether to celebrate life, ask protection, pray for offspring. Legend tells how Abraham, unable to produce children by his wife Sarah, came here to make love to his slave Hagar. Later on, when Hagar came back to give birth, she could find no water and Abraham created the holy well of Zamzam to save the life of his first son.

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#36851 Feb 9, 2013
decietful, dishonest HINDUSTINKS SheilaaCACA Since: Jun 12 14,293 from a RATchitt Location hidden
#36850 2 min ago

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'daughters of Allah'. To be continued
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#36852 Feb 9, 2013
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BI thwarts Oakland bank bombing
Jaxon Van Derbeken and Bob Egelko
Updated 10:40 pm, Friday, February 8, 2013

A mentally disturbed man who said he believed in violent jihad and hoped to start a civil war in the United States was arrested early Friday after trying to detonate what he thought was a car bomb at a Bank of America branch in Oakland, prosecutors said.

Matthew Aaron Llaneza, 28, of San Jose was taken into custody near the bank at 303 Hegenberger Road at 12:30 a.m. after pressing a cell phone trigger device that was supposed to set off the explosives inside a sport utility vehicle and bring down the four-story building, said U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag's office.

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/crime/article/FBI-thwar...
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#36853 Feb 9, 2013
decietful, dishonest HINDUSTINKS SheilaaCACA FOOKWIT Since: Jun 12 14,293 from a RATchitt Location hidden
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#36854 Feb 9, 2013
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When Mohammed wanted to supplant Al’Lat with Allah, this was the one Temple he must conquer. Although Mohammed did conquer the Kaaba, little else changed. The faithful still circle the Holy Kaaba seven times,(nowadays the pilgrims only wear a white linen cloth to cover their genitals and not fully clothed)? The priests of the sacred shrine are still known as Beni Shaybah or 'Sons of the Old Woman', Shaybah being, of course, the famous Queen Sheba of Solomon's time. Sheba appears under the guise of Lilith in the Near East, and as Hagar ('the Egyptian') in the Hebrew mythology of the Old Testament. So, rewriting the legend given above, Abraham begot his son, Ishmael—the ancestor of the Arabs—by the goddess on the Black Stone of the Kaaba.

While we are tracing names, Q're (or Qure), the maiden aspect of Al'Lat, seems certain to be the origin of the Greek Kore. Camphausen suggests that the holy Koran is the 'Word of Qure'. Even Muslims admit that the work existed before the time of Mohammed. Legend has it that it was copied from a divine prototype that appeared in heaven at the beginning of time, or the Mother of the Book [5]. Al'Uzza, the mother aspect of Al'Lat, may give us the pre-dynastic Egyptian snake goddess Ua Zit [Uadjet], who develops into Isis.

Secular historians point to the history of stone worship, and especially meteorite worship, in pre-Islamic Arabia, and say that ‘it is likely that the Stone is a meteorite’. There is no way to test this hypothesis without removing and examining the Stone, which would not be permitted by its guardians. There is no indication as to where this stone originated, but since it predates the revelation of the Holy Quran and Muhammad's prophethood, and even being kissed, it must stem from the time of Abraham since the Hajj traditions are traceable to the patriarch of monotheism by the pre-islamic pagans.

To be continued
MUQ

Qatif, Saudi Arabia

#36855 Feb 9, 2013

My Journey from Christianity to Islam – By Capt.(R ) M.A. Ondigo- Part-

12. Do you know that you need both faith and good deeds to be saved? Y/N

James 2: 14-26

13. Do you ask only God to forgive your Sins?: Y/N

“And when you stand praying, forgive, if you want your Father who is in heaven to forgive your sins. But of you do not forgive, neither will your Father who is heaven forgive your sins”(Mark: 11:25-26)

14. Do you know that No Man can carry the sin of another?: Y/N

“The father shall not be put to death fort he children, nor shall the children be put to death for the fathers, every man shall be put to death for his own sin”(Deut. 24:16)

Also see Ezekiel 18:20-21 and Jeremiah 31:29-30

15. Do you know that Jesus himself always prayed to God: Y/N

“Father , if you be willing, remove this cup from me: nevertheless not my will, but your will be done…” Luke 22:42)

Also see Hebrews 5:7

16. Do you know that Jesus showed all those signs not with his own power? Y/N

“I do nothing on my own authority, but I say only what Father has instructed me”(John 8:28)

“No it is rather by God’s power that I drive out demons, and this proves that Kingdom of God has already come to you”(Luke 11:20)

17. Do you know that Jesus’ message was not for all people? Y/N

“Jesus sent his twelve disciples instructing “Do not go into the way of Gentiles, or Samaritans, but go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel”(Matt. 10:5-6)

Also see Matt. 15:21-28

18. Do you know Jesus has two contradictory genealogies in the Two Gospels? Y/N

Matthew 1:6-16 mentions 25 forefathers between Abraham and Jesus, while Luke 3:23-31 mentions 52 Forefathers between Abraham and Jesus.

And there are at least 12 clear contradictions and errors between them and other OT books.

19. Do you greet people with Jesus’ greetings? Y/N

Jesus’s usual greeting was “peace be with you”. How many Christians use this greeting today?

While most Muslims still use the same greeting every time they meet each other.

20. Do you know that Jesus used to put his face down to earth while praying (same way as Muslims do every time they pray)? Y/N

“And he went a little further and fell on his face and prayed”(Matt. 26:39)

Also see Joshua 5:15, 1 Kings 18:42, Numbers 20:6, Genesis 17:3

Showing that Abraham. Moses, Aaron, Joshua, David all praying the same way as Muslims do all the time.

(Abridged)

IIPH, Riyadh Saudi Arabia
www.iiph.com.sa
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#36856 Feb 9, 2013
decietful, dishonest HINDUSTINKS SheilaaCACA FOOKWIT Since: Jun 12 14,293 from a RATchitt Location hidden
#36854 3 min ago

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#36857 Feb 9, 2013
The FOOKWIT Catchers wrote:
I am A mentally stone worship disturbed man
Yes you are thank you for your honesty!!!!!!!!!

The earliest reference we have to a goddess worshipped as a cube-shaped stone is from Neolithic Anatolia. Alternatively,'Kubaba' may mean a hollow vessel or cave, which would still be a supreme image of the goddess. The ideograms for Kubaba in the Hittite alphabet are a lozenge or cube, a double-headed axe, a dove, a vase and a door or gate—all images of the goddess in Neolithic Europe.

Deities of other cultures known to have been associated with black stones include Aphrodite at Paphos, Cybele at Pessinus and later Rome, Astarte at Byblos and the famous Artemis/Diana of Ephesus. The latter's most ancient sculpture was, it is said, carved from a black meteorite.

The earliest form of Cybele's name may have been Kubaba or Kumbaba, which suggests Humbaba, who was the guardian of the forest in the Epic of Gilgamesh, the world's oldest recorded myth from Assyria of circa 2500 BCE of the ‘Sumerites Literature’ and as scholars reveal more of the text as the source of most of the major mythological themes of later civilizations

The origin of Kubaba may have been kube or kuba meaning 'cube'. The earliest reference we have to a goddess worshipped as a cube-shaped stone is from Neolithic Anatolia

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#36858 Feb 9, 2013
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#36859 Feb 9, 2013
Sheilaa wrote:
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Yes you are thank you for your honesty!!!!!!!!!
The earliest reference we have to a goddess worshipped as a cube-shaped stone is from Neolithic Anatolia. Alternatively,'Kubaba' may mean a hollow vessel or cave, which would still be a supreme image of the goddess. The ideograms for Kubaba in the Hittite alphabet are a lozenge or cube, a double-headed axe, a dove, a vase and a door or gate—all images of the goddess in Neolithic Europe.
Deities of other cultures known to have been associated with black stones include Aphrodite at Paphos, Cybele at Pessinus and later Rome, Astarte at Byblos and the famous Artemis/Diana of Ephesus. The latter's most ancient sculpture was, it is said, carved from a black meteorite.
The earliest form of Cybele's name may have been Kubaba or Kumbaba, which suggests Humbaba, who was the guardian of the forest in the Epic of Gilgamesh, the world's oldest recorded myth from Assyria of circa 2500 BCE of the ‘Sumerites Literature’ and as scholars reveal more of the text as the source of most of the major mythological themes of later civilizations
The origin of Kubaba may have been kube or kuba meaning 'cube'. The earliest reference we have to a goddess worshipped as a cube-shaped stone is from Neolithic Anatolia
To be continued
It's a shame MUQ couldn't supply information like this instead of what someone wrote of their personal experience within Islam .

Sheilaa

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#36860 Feb 9, 2013
Neville Thompson wrote:
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It's a shame MUQ couldn't supply information like this instead of what someone wrote of their personal experience within Islam .
Why do you think that there has been so little critical analysis of Islam compared to any other religion. They are unable to address the issues that are put to them and all they can do is to try and suppress free speech which is critical of Islam. Look around and see what is happening in relation to free speech. Muslims call it hate speech, Islamophobic and racist speech but the reality is that it is none of the mentioned. Islam doesn't have a leg to stand on and the only way it can stop the spread of the truth is by claiming it is blasphemy. The reality is that it is it Islam that is defaming and blaspheming the true God and this has been prophesized in the bible.

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