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Richard Dawkins - God is evil, pedophilesa not so bad

There are 3147 comments on the Examiner.com story from Sep 14, 2013, titled Richard Dawkins - God is evil, pedophilesa not so bad. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

"The God of the Qur'an is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.

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Thinking

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#2467 Mar 3, 2014
I'm also amazed Jean Luc Picard allowed McGuinness to operate the teleport on the Enterprise and DS9. But Adams also covered for paedophilia and got away with it.
ChristineM wrote:
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You are not alone.
On radio 4 this morning was a report from the ‘felons club’(really) a club in Belfast in which you cannot join unless you have spent time in jail during the troubles.
They are fooking proud of indiscriminately killing women and children.
I don’t have much respect for royally but it really sickened me when the queen went over to Ireland and asskissed martin mcguinnness. Oh I know the theory of why she did it and all that but he was personally responsible for the killing of her cousin. To me she lost whatever credibility she had from that moment.
Indiscriminate terrorism it is one of the few things that sickens annoys me. But I may be a little biased – LOL

“When you treat people as they ”

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treat you they get offended.

#2468 Mar 3, 2014
Thinking wrote:
I'm also amazed Jean Luc Picard allowed McGuinness to operate the teleport on the Enterprise and DS9. But Adams also covered for paedophilia and got away with it.
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Sorry I have had a particularly bad weekend, stomach bug and very little sleep. Not thinking too well today, was that murdering bastard in stng?

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#2469 Mar 3, 2014
ChristineM wrote:
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You mentioned the differences between male and female. Nothing dirty about dicks and breasts, half the human population have one while the other half have the rest. it’s only you own inhibitions indoctrinated by your godbook that means’s you see nature as dirty.
May I suggest that you try telling that to other Muslims. Also I have told you before, I am not interpreting anything I am reading and quoted from it. It is you who need to interpret it to suit your personal expectations.
May I suggest you look up the meaning of witness. And also why does the quaran mention the fallibility of female memory and not male memory? It’s noyt as though the book were biased or anything is it?
Wrong, there is nothing rational about lies.
Year right, that did not stop them and they still pray to allah.
I hope you enjoyed your trip and I have to remind you to “reply to this part of your post, Because I gotta go.”
I have both a dick and breasts. The breasts are small, and appropriately proportioned for a male. They are complete with nipples. The size of the dick is a different story, if you know what I mean.

These men you know who don't have breasts - what the hell does their chest look like?

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#2470 Mar 3, 2014
hazem selawi wrote:
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yes, my point was that Mohammed lived for 13 years in Al Madina, and according to your numbers and references Mohammed (PBUH) participated in 27 Ghazwat (pluaral of Ghazwa) so that is approximately 3 battles per year, however in the 2 Authentic books of Hadith (Bukhari and muslim) you'll find that Mohammed participated in 17 Ghazwat, but in biographies the number ranges between 25 and 29.
Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani gathered all of the different sayings and said that some scholars gave a big number because they mentioned every ghazwa even if some of those Ghazwat occurred in a very short period of time, and probably others combined some of the ghazwat and mentioned it as one ghazwa, For instance some mentioned the ghazwa of Al Khandaq, Hunayn, Banu quraytha and al Ta'ef as one ghazwa.
Hi there, Hazel. It's me. Buck. How's the frog-sticker hangin'?

Something I always wondered about.

...

Oh, I forgot for a minute. Something I always wondered about. Did you Muslim cats write that song "Funky Cold Medina"?

Here it is:



I bet you'd love to get that babe into one of your suicide vans and pull a fatwad off in her, right?

Take care Hazel. Be cool, man. Absolute Salami.

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#2472 Mar 3, 2014
Igor Trip wrote:
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Muhammad lived for 13 years in Mecca after his prophet hood and ten years in Medina.
I know. They wrote a song about it. "Funky Cold Medina"



That might be Muhammed in the video. Don't know.

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#2473 Mar 4, 2014
Igor Trip wrote:
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I can't believe you don't know Islamic history!
Muhammad lived for 13 years in Mecca after his prophet hood and ten years in Medina.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muhammad
The number of battles/engagements isn't important. Once war starts it's irrelevant.
The only question is was it justified.
every battle Muslims went through back then was absolutely justified, the ideology of Islam is not as simple as it looks.

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#2474 Mar 4, 2014
Mahmood wrote:
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Fighting in the "cause of allah" when attacked is justified. However, the Iranians did not oppress the Hijazi Arabs that the marauding muslim armies had to invade them at the behest of your holy prophet, They Byzantines never figured the Arabs that they too had to be invaded nor did the Egyptians. There is a concept of offensive Jihad in Islam.
I guess back then Iranians were called Persians, anyways if Muslims didn't defeat King Kisra armies and occupy Persia; Iranians would be living in dark ages to this very moment.

maybe you know how people were living under the ruling of great Kisra before Islam, why don't you enlighten us ?

“Evil Atheist :-)”

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#2475 Mar 4, 2014
hazem selawi wrote:
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every battle Muslims went through back then was absolutely justified, the ideology of Islam is not as simple as it looks.
The Muslims thought their battles were justified because they believed Islam to be true.
The Pagans thought their battles were justified because they thought Islam was false.

This is the nature of so many conflicts through out history.

Would you like to justify Muhammad raiding caravans which led to the battle of Badr?

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#2476 Mar 4, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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Hi there, Hazel. It's me. Buck. How's the frog-sticker hangin'?
Something I always wondered about.
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Oh, I forgot for a minute. Something I always wondered about. Did you Muslim cats write that song "Funky Cold Medina"?
Here it is:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =0OP5EnaaYjQXX
I bet you'd love to get that babe into one of your suicide vans and pull a fatwad off in her, right?
Take care Hazel. Be cool, man. Absolute Salami.
Hola mi amigo..!!!
have you got that bracelet off your foot yet ???
I am wondering how could such a lousy song get 2 Million views :D hahah
by posting that song you got me some bad deeds because of listening to music and looking for some women, Astaghfirullah Al Azeem
may Allah forgive us all

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#2477 Mar 4, 2014
hazem selawi wrote:
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Hola mi amigo..!!!
have you got that bracelet off your foot yet ???
I am wondering how could such a lousy song get 2 Million views :D hahah
by posting that song you got me some bad deeds because of listening to music and looking for some women, Astaghfirullah Al Azeem
may Allah forgive us all
I feel you, Hazel.

Not such a great song. But I dig that chick. She make my bulldog break its chain.

I'm more a Hank Williams Jr. kinda' guy. You know, Bocephus.

Here he is. Pure gold. I met Hank Jr. when I played football at the University of Alabama for Coach Bill Curry. I was All-American offensive lineman. Signed up with Cincinnati Bengals and made the starting lineup, but before opening day they found me in Miami passed out in my truck with 2 underage girls, a bag of crack cocaine, several guns and a box of dynamite. Good-bye pro contract. Life's funny, huh Hazel?

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#2478 Mar 4, 2014
ChristineM wrote:
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Until you have had a child’s gums gnashing at tender nipples then you can not comprehend the meaning of breast feeding. It goes a lot deep than simply feeding your child, the emotional bond is lifelong.
yes of course, now how would it be like if men were supposed to breastfeed ?? I think infants wouldn't wouldnt survive, so by special emotional characteristics in women I was referring to this kind of emotions.

anyways according to your beliefs, who taught infants how to breastfeed ?? or is it just a part of the evolution process human beings went through ??
ChristineM wrote:
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Wrong, some of the media has, as you say put the Muslim under the microscope, and some hasn’t. The UK is a multicultural country and in theory at least the days of “treat their women kindly” are long gone. The word of objection here is “their” Women are not ‘your’ women, we are ourselves. Individual, not your propery.
Now you are putting my words under the microscope, by "our" women I meant Muslim women or women within our society, I never intended to refer to women as our properties ...!!!


ChristineM wrote:
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Of course there are christian rapist and christian terrorist, believe me I know this. As for atheist rapist and terrorists, not so much, the atheist state of mind would find such atrocities anathema. That is not to say they don’t exist but without the teachings of a godbook there is no inclination for terror. Although the US population is around 70% christian and 10% atheist, more than 80%(87% I believe) of convicted felons are christian and less than 1% atheist. Perhaps this speaks volumes of the two philosophies.
apparently you are not taking in consideration what is called Iterative proportional fitting, so if 1% out of 10% are atheists convicted with felons then you are saying 10% of atheists are probably convicted with felons, and that is a very high percentage.

if 10% of Muslims were convicted then we'll have 180 Million convicted people (10% of 1.8 Billion)....!!!
so the point is it doesn't matter if one was a Muslim, christian, atheist or whatever because that proves one thing which is there are certainly some good people and bad people and that take us right back to sharia law where we need punishments to make things go in the right way to guarantee justice and avoid corruption.
ChristineM wrote:
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I am glad that you have at least partially come around to my way of thinking. That Islam is not a panacea and that all people are individual, not two months ago you would have denied this.
at the absence of applying sharia law properly, Muslims would be only depending on spiritual preparation and the fear and hope of Allah, we would still need to apply Islam on a macro level to get the perfection of Islam.
ChristineM wrote:
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Then why must a woman have another women to check her memory? And your mohammads words themselves place prejudice against women with the implication that they are an object, but of course you will never see this because your good bud moh said it.
actually I don't know why a woman must have another woman to remind her, I dont have a good memory myself and probably under sharia law I may not be accepted as a witness.
ChristineM wrote:
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Been there, nice as desert countries go but not to good for a business woman who needed to speak through a man. Actually I was in Beirut so nice coastal gales and some scrubby greenery, didn’t have much time for sightseeing though
I’m not worried, you asked me to remind you.
why did you have to speak through a man ??
Vous parlez pas français?

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#2479 Mar 4, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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I feel you, Hazel.
Not such a great song. But I dig that chick. She make my bulldog break its chain.
I'm more a Hank Williams Jr. kinda' guy. You know, Bocephus.
Here he is. Pure gold. I met Hank Jr. when I played football at the University of Alabama for Coach Bill Curry. I was All-American offensive lineman. Signed up with Cincinnati Bengals and made the starting lineup, but before opening day they found me in Miami passed out in my truck with 2 underage girls, a bag of crack cocaine, several guns and a box of dynamite. Good-bye pro contract. Life's funny, huh Hazel?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =I4s0nzsU1WgXX
hahah budd crack why the hell did you keep a box of dynamite in your truck??

Anyways the past is a past you cant change that now, however you should look at things from a different angle, what you consider as the worst thing happened in your life may actually be the best thing ever happened to you but you still don't realize it, maybe if you made it to the pro league something even worse would have happened, you never know; maybe god prepared a better plan for you.

I always thank god for everything whether I faced a big trouble or heard a very good news, what we consider as bad may actually be for the benefit of us.

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#2480 Mar 5, 2014
hazem selawi wrote:
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yes of course, now how would it be like if men were supposed to breastfeed ?? I think infants wouldn't wouldnt survive, so by special emotional characteristics in women I was referring to this kind of emotions.
anyways according to your beliefs, who taught infants how to breastfeed ?? or is it just a part of the evolution process human beings went through ??
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Now you are putting my words under the microscope, by "our" women I meant Muslim women or women within our society, I never intended to refer to women as our properties ...!!!
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apparently you are not taking in consideration what is called Iterative proportional fitting, so if 1% out of 10% are atheists convicted with felons then you are saying 10% of atheists are probably convicted with felons, and that is a very high percentage.
if 10% of Muslims were convicted then we'll have 180 Million convicted people (10% of 1.8 Billion)....!!!
so the point is it doesn't matter if one was a Muslim, christian, atheist or whatever because that proves one thing which is there are certainly some good people and bad people and that take us right back to sharia law where we need punishments to make things go in the right way to guarantee justice and avoid corruption.
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at the absence of applying sharia law properly, Muslims would be only depending on spiritual preparation and the fear and hope of Allah, we would still need to apply Islam on a macro level to get the perfection of Islam.
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actually I don't know why a woman must have another woman to remind her, I dont have a good memory myself and probably under sharia law I may not be accepted as a witness.
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why did you have to speak through a man ??
Vous parlez pas français?
There are many animals that either share child nursing or the male takes full responsibility, but in the case of humans its irrelevant, male mammals don’t breastfeed. That is not to say that some (SOME) men are not glad to help and share the responsibility. For example I can imagine you lending a hand if only to make you feel good about yourself. On the other hand I really cannot imaging someone like Buck Crick within 500 yards of a child, the thought is actually frightening.

It’s not just humans that have developed breast feeding, consider the meaning of the word mammal, http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3044/571393360...

It read like the possessive “our”, like the old cat thing spray, spray, that’s mine

I was indicating the positive correlation among christians and the negative correlation among atheists of the US prison population compared with the overall US population. Where, pro-rata the religions make up a far higher representation of convicted felons than atheist. I do get rather peeved at the religious blaming atheism for the ills of the world when in reality they have no clue of what atheism is and would not understand it anyway. They simply see it as the antithesis of their belief,‘I believe in this therefore they must believe in the opposite’. It’s really a quite pathetic

So who decides what is justice?

What is wrong with being dependant on humanity, civilisation, morality, the common good of the people to whom the law will be applied?

Oui, je parle bien le français (pas aussi bien que je le voudrais, mais assez bon). Partie de la négociation n'était pas acceptable par les mots d'une femme. Les attitudes de certains des hommes étaient un peu archaïque. Mais ne vous inquiétez pas, j'ai gagné le contrat, sans avoir à clignoter un peu la cuisse.

Je ne savais pas que vous avez également une maîtrise de la langue française, mais j'aurais dû réaliser en raison de votre voyage.

Oh yes, just a quickie, Whatever you think of Russian military policies in the Crimea, you have to admit that their army officers wear really BIG hats

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#2481 Mar 5, 2014
hazem selawi wrote:
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hahah budd crack why the hell did you keep a box of dynamite in your truck??
Anyways the past is a past you cant change that now, however you should look at things from a different angle, what you consider as the worst thing happened in your life may actually be the best thing ever happened to you but you still don't realize it, maybe if you made it to the pro league something even worse would have happened, you never know; maybe god prepared a better plan for you.
I always thank god for everything whether I faced a big trouble or heard a very good news, what we consider as bad may actually be for the benefit of us.
Well, the two underage girls was a good thing. Losing my pro contract - a bad thing. Life's a box of chocolates.

It's hard to convince me it was best for me, since I later robbed a bank, got shot twice, and spent 12 years in a maximum security prison. To support my drug habit, I robbed drug dealers in the streets of Birmingham and Atlanta - with no gun. Since I was 6'7, 325 pounds and solid muscle, they could not resist effectively. That's how I got shot.

Anyway. Hope you enjoyed the Hank Jr. video, Hazel.

Absolute Salami.

(I wasn't sure I should put a period after that. Muhammed Ali forgive me.)

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#2482 Mar 5, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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Well, the two underage girls was a good thing. Losing my pro contract - a bad thing. Life's a box of chocolates.
It's hard to convince me it was best for me, since I later robbed a bank, got shot twice, and spent 12 years in a maximum security prison. To support my drug habit, I robbed drug dealers in the streets of Birmingham and Atlanta - with no gun. Since I was 6'7, 325 pounds and solid muscle, they could not resist effectively. That's how I got shot.
Anyway. Hope you enjoyed the Hank Jr. video, Hazel.
Absolute Salami.
(I wasn't sure I should put a period after that. Muhammed Ali forgive me.)
You only forgot about the 350 or so women you claim to have shagged, possibly throughout car windows while their BF was sleeping off a drunk in the drivers seat, your support of the nambla objectives and belief that youtube is evidence of god.
Thinking

Sheffield, UK

#2483 Mar 5, 2014
Oh dear, what a waste of a weekend. Hope you're on the mend.

I was just implying that the actor Colm Meaney looks like McGuinness. He even endorsed him for president in 2011. The t**t.

http://www.demotix.com/news/872343/colm-meane...
ChristineM wrote:
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Sorry I have had a particularly bad weekend, stomach bug and very little sleep. Not thinking too well today, was that murdering bastard in stng?

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#2484 Mar 5, 2014
Thinking wrote:
Oh dear, what a waste of a weekend. Hope you're on the mend.
I was just implying that the actor Colm Meaney looks like McGuinness. He even endorsed him for president in 2011. The t**t.
http://www.demotix.com/news/872343/colm-meane...
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Thanks, fixing slowly, was still eating yoghurt this morning but I am now looking forward to the first real meal I’ve had since Saturday evening.

I see now, yes he does look like him and he did speak up for him during the elections. Very sad really

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#2485 Mar 5, 2014
Igor Trip wrote:
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The Muslims thought their battles were justified because they believed Islam to be true.
The Pagans thought their battles were justified because they thought Islam was false.
you do have a point, but I think we can easily tell who was right and who was wrong by making a comparison between the two groups, such a comparison can highlight some important factors such as; Humanitarian principles, rationality, logic, teachings and the most important thing the Method each one of them followed.

If you like we can compare the views of both Muslims and pagans on the above factors and you can add anything you like to the comparison.

I have to add that Mohammed (PBUH) came with a method and clear teachings, a very long list of do's and don'ts and a big change (revelations came down through 23 years), but apparently from the very first day he started telling people something they are not used to hear, so people by nature resist changing and don't like any method, you’ll find numerous verses in the Quran state that pagans or Arabs did exactly what they found their parents and ancestors do, so they found their parents worshiping idols and they did the same without taking in consideration anything , Arabs follow traditions and customs blindly, even till today some Arab Muslims are still apply their own traditions and pre-islamic behaviors without taking in consideration if such a behavior contradicts with Islam or not.

Furthermore, the religion of Islam doesn't erase the good behaviors of Arabs or anyone who converts, for instance Mekkans were well known for their generosity and Hospitality and Islam doesn't just encourage such behaviors but also insist on them.
Igor Trip wrote:
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This is the nature of so many conflicts through out history.
Would you like to justify Muhammad raiding caravans which led to the battle of Badr?
you have to take in consideration the first 13 years Muslims lived in Mekkah and the reasons behind immigrating, not to mention that some Muslims stayed back in Mekkah and were living under cruel conditions , in some cases under torturing and killing, thus raiding caravans arose originally out of the expulsion of the Muslims from Makkah and the confiscation of their property, read verses 22:39-40

“Permission [to fight] has been given to those who are being fought, because they were wronged. And indeed, Allah is competent to give them victory.”

[They are] those who have been evicted from their homes without right - only because they say, "Our Lord is Allah ." And were it not that Allah checks the people, some by means of others, there would have been demolished monasteries, churches, synagogues, and mosques in which the name of Allah is much mentioned. And Allah will surely support those who support Him. Indeed, Allah is Powerful and Exalted in Might.

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#2486 Mar 5, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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Well, the two underage girls was a good thing. Losing my pro contract - a bad thing. Life's a box of chocolates.
It's hard to convince me it was best for me, since I later robbed a bank, got shot twice, and spent 12 years in a maximum security prison. To support my drug habit, I robbed drug dealers in the streets of Birmingham and Atlanta - with no gun. Since I was 6'7, 325 pounds and solid muscle, they could not resist effectively. That's how I got shot.
according to my beliefs it’s never too late till you die, God is all forgiving but you have to remember that he is severe in penalty as well.

I had a very hard time understanding how god could be merciful, all forgiving and at the same time severe in penalty till a good brother told me that the Muslim is like a bird with two wings, one of the wings points to god mercy, forgiving …etc and the other point to god’s punishment, so if that Muslim only focused and put too much weight on the mercy wing there would be no Balance and thus the bird will fell down, and if that Muslim only focused and put too much weight on the penalty wing the bird will fell down as well , the point is that we should always remember that god is all forgiving and at the same time severe in penalty.

For instance if someone only thinks of god punishment, he may not be able to do anything because he will be too scared all the time, and if he only thinks of god mercy and forgiving he’ll do unlawful and prohibited things and thus may face so many obstacles in his life and if stayed on that road will eventually destroy himself in this life and the hereafter.

I am still sure that all the bad things happened in your life were better for you, you never know maybe being in prison saved you from a bigger thing, Prophet Joseph (Yusuf in Arabic) spent years in prison and after that he became the king of Egypt and even reunited with his father and brothers.

You have to bear in mind that the satan presents to people worldly things and makes those look more beautiful and desirable than the road of ALLAH, sex is good but one can simply get married instead of ruining the life of some underage girls not to mention that orgasm in best cases might last for 30 minutes so its not a big deal.

I don't know about cocaine but I heard its way better than Marijuana, the problem is if one let go of himself he'll eventually turn into a beast who only wants to satisfy his needs, although god blessed us with minds to differentiate us from animals, that's why you'll never find anything in Islam prohibited for no reason, there is always a reason and a very obvious reason.
Buck Crick wrote:
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Anyway. Hope you enjoyed the Hank Jr. video, Hazel.
Absolute Salami.
(I wasn't sure I should put a period after that. Muhammed Ali forgive me.)
you might be shocked but I don’t listen to music, although most of Muslims listen to music but its unlawful in Islam and prohibited according to the opinion of the majority muslim scholars.

Don’t underestimate anything a song may take me back to my previous Heinous Actions, I always remember that Satan is my enemy and would definitely try to take me away from the right path, So I don’t follow his steps from the beginning because once you follow the first step he’ll get you to the another and so on, and eventually will destroy you.

My absolute Ehterami (respect)

“Evil Atheist :-)”

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#2487 Mar 5, 2014
hazem selawi wrote:
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you do have a point, but I think we can easily tell who was right and who was wrong by making a comparison between the two groups, such a comparison can highlight some important factors such as; Humanitarian principles, rationality, logic, teachings and the most important thing the Method each one of them followed.
If you like we can compare the views of both Muslims and pagans on the above factors and you can add anything you like to the comparison.
No we can't compare them because we don't know enough about pre-Islamic Mecca. We only have later Muslim propaganda.
hazem selawi wrote:
I have to add that Mohammed (PBUH) came with a method and clear teachings, a very long list of do's and don'ts and a big change (revelations came down through 23 years), but apparently from the very first day he started telling people something they are not used to hear, so people by nature resist changing and don't like any method, you’ll find numerous verses in the Quran state that pagans or Arabs did exactly what they found their parents and ancestors do, so they found their parents worshiping idols and they did the same without taking in consideration anything , Arabs follow traditions and customs blindly, even till today some Arab Muslims are still apply their own traditions and pre-islamic behaviors without taking in consideration if such a behavior contradicts with Islam or not.
You're presuming Muhammad was a prophet whilst the Meccans just thought he was mad as the Quran states.
He would need to prove he was a prophet before telling people to follow him.
hazem selawi wrote:
Furthermore, the religion of Islam doesn't erase the good behaviors of Arabs or anyone who converts, for instance Mekkans were well known for their generosity and Hospitality and Islam doesn't just encourage such behaviors but also insist on them.
So the pagans weren't all bad then.
hazem selawi wrote:
you have to take in consideration the first 13 years Muslims lived in Mekkah and the reasons behind immigrating, not to mention that some Muslims stayed back in Mekkah and were living under cruel conditions , in some cases under torturing and killing, thus raiding caravans arose originally out of the expulsion of the Muslims from Makkah and the confiscation of their property, read verses 22:39-40
“Permission [to fight] has been given to those who are being fought, because they were wronged. And indeed, Allah is competent to give them victory.”
[They are] those who have been evicted from their homes without right - only because they say, "Our Lord is Allah ." And were it not that Allah checks the people, some by means of others, there would have been demolished monasteries, churches, synagogues, and mosques in which the name of Allah is much mentioned. And Allah will surely support those who support Him. Indeed, Allah is Powerful and Exalted in Might.
If I were to start preaching atheism in a strict Muslim country I would probably be attacked by a mob, I would be arrested and in many Islamic countries the sentence is death.
Muhammad survived for 13 years whilst he attacked the pagan gods which suggests the pagans were a lot more tolerant.

Would you have a problem if the Meccans had treated those you consider false prophets the same way?

It all comes down to the question of whether Muhammad was a real prophet or not.

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