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Abi Qatada

Apo, AE

#2354 Mar 30, 2012
Mohammed referred to Christians often and always with venom and hate.

This is just a few of the lines from the Quran that refer to Christians:

"Allah will tear Christians apart for ascribing partners to him."

"Allah will taunt the Christians in hell, saying: Where are all my partners that you used to believe in?"

"Allah cast fear into the hearts of the disbelieving People of the Scripture. Their home in the Hereafter will be the Fire."

Mohammed tried to convince the Jews that he was their promised Messiah, but they didn't believe him. Jews became the hated ones. Jews rejected Mohammed and they quickly felt his wrath. This blind hatred continues to this day. While Islamics hate the Jews, they don't see the Jews as a collective threat to Islam. Jews are just used for target practice. The war with the Jews is just a prelude for what is to come.

Christians, however, were a lost cause right from the start. Christians had already accepted Jesus as the promised Messiah long before Mohammed was even born. History told Mohammed that Christians were a stubborn bunch. They had been fed to lions, tortured, crucified, beaten, and still, Christianity thrived and grew. Even the powerful Romans could not stop them.

There was a time when Mohammed and his handful of followers hid among Christians from enemies who wanted to kill him. It was during that time that he selectively picked from Christianity those features that he felt suited his purposes and he discarded the rest.

In fact, in the beginning Mohammed was quite fond of Christian monks. He said of them in the beginning of the Quran: "You will certainly find the nearest in friendship to those ... who say: We are Christians; there are priests and monks among them and because they do not behave proudly." As time passed, his opinion of the solidly Christian monks and priests changed considerably. Mohammed later told his followers not to listen to them because they would lead them "from Allah's way." Translation: Christians won't follow me so they are now the enemy.

The seeds of hatred for Christians and Jews were planted early and often in the minds of Muslims.
Abi Qatada

Apo, AE

#2355 Mar 30, 2012
When many Islamic leaders came to pay homage to Pope John Paul II, the radical element of Islam was outraged. They seemed to say: How dare Islamic leaders show respect to the leader of the enemy! While the pope is the leader of the Catholic Church and not all Christians, many in Islam know that when the final battle begins, Christians will close ranks and they will look to a single leader to guide them. More than likely, it will be the pope. After all, many people believe that every Christian religion is a splinter group of Catholicism. We all believe that Jesus was the Son of God. That belief will unite us.

Islam has no central leader to look to for guidance. It is fragmented and disjointed. In short, Islam has pope-envy.

Islamics know there are not enough Jews in the world to stop them, but Christians, now that is a different story. I have found it fascinating that Mohammed paid little attention to Buddhists and Hindus. Both existed long before Islam. Is it that Mohammed didn't have much contact with anyone other than Jews and Christians, so they were just ignored by the all-knowing and all-seeing Mohammed? Mohammed seems to have overlooked millions of people who have no desire to follow the teachings of Islam.

Islamic hatred is directed right at the group of people that Mohammed knew would be the people to stand up to Islam and defeat his followers someday: The followers of Jesus Christ. In fact, that defeat has been predicted.

St. Malachy, an Irish Bishop who died in 1148 A.D., left behind a list of the popes to come. He gave them all one identifying line. Historians who have studied St. Malachy's list have said that he was remarkably accurate. What is unsettling is that there are only two more popes on his list.

The new pope, whose identity is still unknown, has been predicted not only by St. Malachy, but St. Benedict as well. St. Malachy identified the next to last Pope to lead the Catholic Church with the line, "The Glory of the Olive." St. Benedict stated that this as yet un-elected pope would be from his order, which interestingly is also known as the Olivetans. Frankly, I don't see a conflict in their predictions. Both stated that this pope would be the one who would make the stand and lead Christians into the final fight against evil — a fight that they predicted Christianity will win.

Centuries ago, Mohammed heard a voice in his head. Whether it was his own voice he heard or that of someone — or something — else, we do not know. What is obvious is that the warning was clear: Beware of the Christians.

I have no doubt that Islamic leaders will be watching to see who is chosen to lead the world's Catholics and perhaps, ultimately, all Christians. I am sure they are hoping that a weak, liberal pope will take the reins of the only real threat to Islam. A weak pope will allow the decadent West to move even farther from the teachings of Christ.

I also have no doubt that this will not happen. If the cardinals make the wrong choice, it will be corrected just as quickly as it was when they made the wrong choice prior to Pope John Paul II. Humbled, the cardinals will return to bury yet another pope and then pick the correct man that is destined to be pope.

If the end-time is coming, and I have no idea if it is, and the duel prediction of two saints is true, the dye is already cast. The future is already in motion around us and it will be up to the followers of Christ to face the followers of Mohammed. How long it will take and how many will die, I have no idea but I have no doubt as to the outcome. God cast out the devil once. He will do it again, with, or without us.

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Since: Aug 10

** 9-11 was an inside job **

#2356 Jun 24, 2012
marine_engineer_h0ssam wrote:
ask politely you will get your answer
This crowd doesn't know the meaning of politely marine.


Since: Jan 11

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#2358 Sep 13, 2012
What are the rules in Muslim lands fior children going on an easter egg hunt?

Since: Jun 11

Cairo, Egypt

#2359 Oct 7, 2012
up up up up

Avadi, India

#2361 Jan 21, 2013
This Guy is a Liar. He is saying by having high TFR, illetracy muslims are the best in the world
md faruk

Ashburn, VA

#2362 Nov 2, 2013
the dirty dog who say that lies about mohammad sallalahu alai hi wa sallam.before know about him then prove it .because yo are not born thi know about him read koran,bible ,etc
Jesus Is

Sydney, Australia

#2363 Nov 6, 2013
md faruk wrote:
the dirty dog who say that lies about mohammad sallalahu alai hi wa sallam.before know about him then prove it .because yo are not born thi know about him read koran,bible ,etc

'1 Timothy 4
1. The Spirit clearly says that in later times some will abandon the faith and follow deceiving spirits and things taught by demons. 2 Such teachings come through hypocritical liars, whose consciences have been seared as with a hot iron.'

Since: Apr 11

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#2364 Nov 6, 2013
When you study the five pillars of Islam you find that Islam is a Cult religion.
1.A religion or religious sect generally considered to be under the guidance of an authoritarian, charismatic leader.

The names of Allah and Muhammad often occur side by side -- God and His Prophet. Muhammad serves both as God's human instrument in bearing His revelation and as the model or ideal whom all believers should emulate. Understanding Muhammad and his role in the early Islamic community is crucial for an appreciation of the development of Islam.

Islam is under the guidance of Muhammad who fills in on earth as Gods personal ruler over all peoples.

If you are not a believer in Muhammad one cannot receive the benefits of the five Pillars listed below.

The Five Pillars Of Islam

Islam has five primary obligations, or pillars of faith, that each Muslim must fulfill in his or her lifetime. They are as follows:

Shahadah, profession of faith, is the first pillar of Islam. Muslims bear witness to the oneness of God by reciting the creed "There is no God but God and Muhammad is the Messenger of God." This simple yet profound statement expresses a Muslim's complete acceptance of and total commitment to Islam.

Salah, prayer, is the second pillar. The Islamic faith is based on the belief that individuals have a direct relationship with God. The world's Muslims turn individually and collectively to Makkah, Islam's holiest city, to offer five daily prayers at dawn, noon, mid-afternoon, sunset and evening. In addition, Friday congregational service is also required. Although salah can he performed alone, it is meritorious to perform it with another or with a group. It is permissible to pray at home, at work, or even outdoors; however it is recommended that Muslims perform salah in a mosque.

Zakat, almsgiving, is the third pillar. Social responsibility is considered part of one's service to God; the obligatory act of zakat enshrines this duty. Zakat prescribes payment of fixed proportions of a Muslim's possessions for the welfare of the entire community and in particular for its neediest members. It is equal to 2.5 percent of an individual's total net worth, excluding obligations and family expenses.

Sawm, fasting during the holy month of Ramadan, is the fourth pillar of Islam. Ordained in the Holy Qur'an, the fast is an act of deep personal worship in which Muslims seek a richer perception of God. Fasting is also an exercise in self-control whereby one's sensitivity is heightened to the sufferings of the poor. Ramadan, the month during which the Holy Qur'an was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad, begins with the sighting of the new moon, after which abstention from eating, drinking and other sensual pleasures is obligatory from dawn to sunset. Ramadan is also a joyful month. Muslims break their fast at sunset with a special meal, iftar, perform additional nocturnal worship, tarawih, after evening prayer; and throng the streets in moods that are festive and communal. The end of Ramadan is observed by three days of celebration called Eid Al-Fitr, the feast of the breaking of the fast. Customarily, it is a time for family reunion and the favored holiday for children who receive new clothing and gifts.

Hajj, the pilgrimage to Makkah, is the fifth pillar and the most significant manifestation of Islamic faith and unity in the world. For those Muslims who are physically and financially able to make the journey to Makkah, the Hajj is a once in a lifetime duty that is the peak of their religious life. The Hajj is a remarkable spiritual gathering of over two million Muslims from all over the world to the holy city. In performing the Hajj, a pilgrim follows the order of ritual that the Prophet Muhammad performed during his last pilgrimage.

The five pillars of Islam define the basic identity of Muslims - their faith, beliefs and practices - and bind together a worldwide community of believers into a fellowship of shared values and concerns.

Amanzimtoti, South Africa

#2366 Nov 8, 2013
Go and check out the "BISMILLAH" given by SOLOMON(A JEW) whwerein the Name of JESUS CHRIST was encoded 3000 years ago in the 19 Arabic Letters of this Bismallah Aragman Araghim as in sura 27:30 in the CONSTITUTION (the NAME of the God of Israel as Jesus Christ that is 2368 added as 19 to be OVER IT ALL in sura 74:30 and sura 19:19 as the GIFT from ALLAH to be saved in this NAME.

Amanzimtoti, South Africa

#2367 Nov 8, 2013
The BISMILLAH is uttered daily by MUSLIMS and they KNOW not that it is NOT from ISLAM but from JEWS given by SOLOMON 3000 yrs ago to Bilqis (sura 27:30) so it BELONGS to JEWS and CHRISTIANS and not to ISLAM since Islam is only 1400 years old.NOW Islam claims it belongs to them. FOOLS. In it is 19 letters and this is the encrypted CODING of the Name of JESUS CHRIST as 19 OVER IT ALL in sura 74:30 and Phil 2:9 and sura 19:19.In Greek Gematria JESUS CHRIST is 2368 and added is 19. In Hebrew "JESUS" is 397 and added is 19. In The QURAN HE is 19 OVER IT ALL in sura 74:30 or else the QURAN must be burnt if it is not true what I say here. In Haroof-e-Abjad (Gematria) in Arabic, ALLAHU Akbar also adds up to 19 which relates to Jesus Christ's NAME as 19 that is 1 and 9 as Alpha and Omega as Al-Awwal THE FIRST, and Al-Aakhir as the LAST, the Alpha and the Omega the Beginning and the END, the FIRST and the LAST as in Revelation. He is also the Al-Baatin (Muddaththir) in which sura of 74, in ayat 30 HE is 19 OVER IT ALL as GOD.ALLAH.who is WAHD(ONE) and in ARABIC w=6, A=1, H=8, D=4 is 19 as ONE is Alpha and Omega is Jesus Christ is GOD is ONE and there is NO other as in Acts 4:12.

Amanzimtoti, South Africa

#2368 Nov 8, 2013
I would that all know Islam is built on 6 and not 5 Pillars. And the Most HOLY Pillar of all is hidden by the Islam to be JIHAD. Without this Pillar (JIHAD) Islam cannot be or exist. Here we find the MARTYR elevated and Hypostasized to be above GOD who enters heaven and all sins are instantly forgiven the more people he killed with a BOMB as in ISLAM there are NO INNOCENTS killed per their LAW and then he gets 70 virgins and rivers of wine. The Islam LOVES the JIHAD to KILL peoeple more than any other PILLAR. It is built on HATRED and VENOMOUS ignorance of the TRUTH based on Satanism.

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#2370 May 31, 2015
Igor Trip wrote:
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The verse clearly states the lake of fire is for everlasting torment:
Rev 20:10 And the devil that deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where are also the beast and the false prophet; and they shall be tormented day and night [1] for ever and ever.
Rev 20:15 And if any was not found written in the book of life, he was cast into the lake of fire.
yes, it does state that it is for everlasting torment. And if you believe it is all literal including a lake, a beast, and 'the' false prophet, then I suppose you believe the torment is literal, too, rather than symbolizing the complete destruction by God of false teachings and harmful actions.

Since: Feb 12

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#2371 May 31, 2015
Igor Trip wrote:
<quoted text>
The verse clearly states the lake of fire is for everlasting torment:
Rev 20:10 And the devil that deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where are also the beast and the false prophet; and they shall be tormented day and night [1] for ever and ever.
Rev 20:15 And if any was not found written in the book of life, he was cast into the lake of fire.
It is symbolic, a metaphorical description of God's contempt for false teachings that lead people astray from Him and the eventual destruction of such ideas. The torment is not known by that which is tormented. They are completely gone. The torment refers to the recognition by the living (not the dead) that those ideas are false, never to be brought out of that symbolic lake. When God told Adam and Eve not to eat from that tree in the Garden of Eden, they knew what He said. The fruit wasn't poisonous. Their disobedience was what killed them. God did not take back his promise. So every time they saw that tree before they ate the fruit from that tree, they knew what it represented. It was a reminder, just as the memory of false teachings would be forever symbolically underground, obliterated from practice and considered detestable by God and the living.
jesus is

Blacktown, Australia

#2372 May 31, 2015
md faruk wrote:
<quoted text>the dirty dog who say that lies about mohammad sallalahu alai hi wa sallam.before know about him then prove it .because yo are not born thi know about him read koran,bible ,etc
and Muhammad is not in the bible.

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