Charged with apostasy and blasphemy in Iran

Apr 10, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Examiner.com

It's been this way in Iran for as long as anyone can remember, even longer going back to the origins of the Baha'i Faith in the mid-19th century.

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“Mad as Hell”

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Iran has my full support in that The Prophet MUHAMMAD is the last messenger to mankind from God via His own messenger the Archangel Gabriel.

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animals against islam wrote:
... The Prophet MUHAMMAD is the last messenger to mankind from God via His own messenger the Archangel Gabriel.
In an supposed encounter that occured in a cave that no one else was privy to.
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Iran needs to return back to it's Zoroastrian heritage and leave this sick Arab desert cult for the desert rats. Iran - remember that it was the Arabs that burned your libraries, killed your men and raped your women in order to force islam onto the beautiful people of Iran.

Iran - please come back home to your own people and heritage! Sick islam is for the desert rats!
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animals against islam wrote:
Iran has my full support in that The Prophet MUHAMMAD is the last messenger to mankind from God via His own messenger the Archangel Gabriel.
Agreed my friend but Jews don't believe in prophets and Xtians worsdhip an image on a cross, and Hindus worship the elephant and the cow just as Israel did and still does......The Money and Gold they milk from the world is their Golden Calf today.
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Joe DeCaro wrote:
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In an supposed encounter that occured in a cave that no one else was privy to.
Who saw Jacob wrestle with God and he says won(imagine that a mortal overpowering God the Creator of all, who then turns around and says because you have won the match and overpowered me I will give you all the land as a gift and change your name to Israel) and who heard God say Jacob,your name is now Israel.
Get real Joe.
If your hidden miracles are real then why can't others be just as real?
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Agreed my friend but Jews don't believe in prophets and Xtians worsdhip an image on a cross, and Hindus worship the elephant and the cow just as Israel did and still does......The Money and Gold they milk from the world is their Golden Calf today.
At least the people you have mentioned above don't believe in and follow a pedophile, rapist, murderer, caravan thief, camel urine-drinking desert dweller like the man they call the prophet mohammed.

That would make them sicker beyond belief and pity.
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Iran, Russia, China North Korea and the whole mideast will put the west down....soon. One cannot buy war if one is broke and does not have the manpower or weapons to attack and defend. Just China's military population is that of the total US population.
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Isreality wrote:
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Agreed my friend but Jews don't believe in prophets and Xtians worsdhip an image on a cross, and Hindus worship the elephant and the cow just as Israel did and still does......The Money and Gold they milk from the world is their Golden Calf today.
Jews don't believe in prophets? One third of the Old Testament is devoted to prophets.

And Christians don't worship crosses. A cross did nothing for us. The sacrifice on a cross did.

And if you don't like money, send me all you got. I will find some significant use for it rather than giving it to the mosque.

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Isreality wrote:
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Who saw Jacob wrestle with God ...
Tom, Jacob dreamt that he wrestled with God, or did Mo have a dream about meeting an angel in a cave?
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Joe ... you and that azzhole from Austin are fcking fanatic chrizzie freaks.

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At least the people you have mentioned above don't believe in and follow a pedophile, rapist, murderer, caravan thief, camel urine-drinking desert dweller like the man they call the prophet mohammed.
That would make them sicker beyond belief and pity.
You forgot to mention that he was a cannibal and necrophiliac who also practiced bestiality with donkeys, horses, camels, sheep, goats and chickens.

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Joe DeCaro wrote:
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In an supposed encounter that occured in a cave that no one else was privy to.
In a cave or a mountain top-does it matter.
Who saw Moses receive the ten commandments.
If someone else was privy to this encounter then that other person would have also received the message from Gabriel therefore your constant complaint is proven nonsense.
Put simply for your diminitude of mind; if one is to receive a special message "for your ears and eyes only", then it means just that.

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In a cave or a mountain top-does it matter ...
In dark seclusion, or out in the open certainly does matter.

And if the message to Mo was for his eyes only, then why was he told to recite it?

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Joe DeCaro wrote:
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In dark seclusion, or out in the open certainly does matter.
And if the message to Mo was for his eyes only, then why was he told to recite it?
For his eyes only at the point of reception.
In your religion Moses was the chosen one, the vessel to receive this message.
If he were in the audience at the opera when this happened, it could hardly be said he was the chosen one to spread the message.
Admit your error in your diminitude of mind.

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For his eyes only at the point of reception ...
... in dark seclusion of a cave, not out in the open.
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You forgot to mention that he was a cannibal and necrophiliac who also practiced bestiality with donkeys, horses, camels, sheep, goats and chickens.
Tjhat's something I never knew but does not surprise me. Could you give links?
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animals against islam wrote:
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In a cave or a mountain top-does it matter.
Who saw Moses receive the ten commandments.
If someone else was privy to this encounter then that other person would have also received the message from Gabriel therefore your constant complaint is proven nonsense.
Put simply for your diminitude of mind; if one is to receive a special message "for your ears and eyes only", then it means just that.
So two psychotics believe God spoke to them and that makes it true? If you go to an insane asylum you will discover hundreds of Muhammads.

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So two psychotics believe God spoke to them and that makes it true? If you go to an insane asylum you will discover hundreds of Muhammads.
No, you will discover the Jesuses.

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Tjhat's something I never knew but does not surprise me. Could you give links?
You'll find it somewhere in here:
http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/

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There is no defense for this injustice.

Those who defend it are the true enemies of Liberty and Justice.

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