I am a Muslim girl in love with a Hin...
jeenat

Bangalore, India

#414 Mar 10, 2013
Dear friends i belongs from a shia muslim family, studied in AMU. now i fall in love with a hindu boy, which is really great human being. WHAT HAPPENED IF HE IS NOT FROM MY RELIGION even lots of my friend did inter religion marriage.there are lots of my muslim female friend who married with muslim guy is unhappy with their marriage life. choose person who loves you , belons from any religion..
Panjabian Di Shaan Vakhri

Ivanhoe, Australia

#415 Mar 10, 2013
jeenat wrote:
Dear friends i belongs from a shia muslim family, studied in AMU. now i fall in love with a hindu boy, which is really great human being. WHAT HAPPENED IF HE IS NOT FROM MY RELIGION even lots of my friend did inter religion marriage.there are lots of my muslim female friend who married with muslim guy is unhappy with their marriage life. choose person who loves you , belons from any religion..
achha tara ki insaan say shaadi kar, mazhab toh sirf mazhab hi hota hain.

Since: Oct 06

Location hidden

#416 Mar 10, 2013
Panjabian Di Shaan Vakhri wrote:
<quoted text> achha tara ki insaan say shaadi kar, mazhab toh sirf mazhab hi hota hain.
English!!
abdul

Hyderabad, India

#417 Mar 21, 2013
YAAR JO KARNA HAI KARO, KYO NET PE TAMASHA KARTE HO,DATE PE JANE SE PEHLE MAA-BAAP SE POCHA, JO ABH HUMSAB SE POCH RAHEHO. ISLAM EK PERFECT RELIGION HAI, ISLAM MEIN TUMHARE JAISE LOG KI NAA JAGAH HAI NAA JARORAT HAI,
MAA-BAAP KI GALATI HAI SAB BATAYA KABHI ISLAM KE BARE MEIN SAMJHAYA, BROTHER AND SISTER EK DIN HUM BHI KISI KE MAA-BAAP BANEGE, TU JABKE LIYE READY HO JAYO, AISE BEKAR LOG KE PICHE APNA DIMAGH MATH KHARAB KARO. TRY GIVE PERFECT KNOWLEDGE OF OUR RELOGION ISLAM2OUR CHILDRENS.
IF SOME BODY WANT 2 GO PLZ GOOOOO,

Since: Mar 13

Ashburn, VA

#418 Mar 22, 2013
depressedmuslimgirl wrote:
I love this boy, he is very handsome, but my father is angry about it. Should I leave my family to be with him?
when your daughter have a situation like this what you do?
Dhrub

Ashburn, VA

#420 Mar 25, 2013
I also agree with u cause the people has only divided god,i think u can mary him bcaus i also love a girl and she is islam bt 4 me religion does not matter of course i had not proposed her. in tru love if u lov each other truly than u will be married 1 day by gods grace.Bealive me i believe in only 1 god that is my conscience.
John

Brisbane, Australia

#421 Mar 25, 2013
ashkarlives4ALLAH wrote:
We do not worship God man- made we worship who created everything [Indeed, I have turned my face toward He who created the heavens and the earth, inclining toward truth, and I am not of those who associate others with Allah ."] We do not know how is he but But we are sure he is above there Sitting on the throne Almighty nothing like Him.
You can follow Jesus Christ, a sinless man and the Son Of God, or you can follow mad mo, a raping murdering paedophile tyrant.
banglore hunk

Bangalore, India

#422 Mar 27, 2013
I would like to share my story with you.I am a Hindu guy and I am in in love with Muslim girl our relation is of 6 years.we both love eachother like anything den when time came we spoke to our parents about Our relation and same result ,no one was ready to help us.. She asked me to convert my self to islam and I love her so much that I decided to convert.but her parent refused me by saying that our society will not except this relation even though I convert..I searched every where that if a non-muslim guy want to marry a Muslim girl he first have to convert and this is only way..but nothing happened and at last she had to leave me..2day also I love her I am unable to forget her.and I think I will never forget her till I m alive and I will not able to marry any other girl..
So guys this is how it ends.if he say yes then I will say never leave him because he truely loves you.. And please don't end up like me.because its not easy to leave someone with whome you have imagined your whole life as wife and husband.so if its not working leave the guy at starting..surelly allah will find you someone better..
And most important love see no religion. What happend to us we both love eachother like anything.,but all it matter what society decides for you..this is what happens in this world guys.

Since: Mar 13

Ashburn, VA

#423 Mar 28, 2013
Shamma wrote:
<quoted text>Apparently Muslims worship a man Muhammad.
All over the the world Muslims are murdering innocent people that love God and serve God for the sake of the man they call their prophet Muhammad.
Just listen to the news or read a news paper the story of the murders are printed every day somewhere in the world.
That is the Muslim way of worshiping their god they call Allah.
there are bad people who doing crime in the name of allah, they would deceive allah and those who beleive,and they deceive none but themselves,only.They prerceive it not. And you misunderstood Christians came to the mistaken assumption that Muslims worship Muhammad by formulating an incorrect analogy - they worship Jesus so they assumed Muslims worship Muhammad.

Since: Mar 13

Ashburn, VA

#424 Mar 28, 2013
Muhammad, like Jesus, never claimed divine status. He called people to worship only Almighty God, and he continually emphasised his humanity so that people would not fall into the same errors as Christians did in regards to Jesus. In order to prevent his deification (being referred to as a god worthy of worship), the Prophet Muhammad always said to refer to him as "the Messenger of God and His slave". Muhammad was chosen to be God's final messenger, to communicate the message not only in words but to be a living example of the message. Muslims love and respect him because he was of the highest moral character and he brought the Truth from God - which is the Pure Monotheism of Islaam. Even when Islaam was in its very early stages, God revealed that Muhammad "was sent as a mercy to all of mankind" - thus informing us that the message of Islaam would become very widespread. Muslims strive to follow the great example of Muhammad, peace be upon him, but they do not worship him in any way.
There is nothing divine or worthy of being worshipped except for Almighty God, and Muhammad is the Messenger and Servant of God

Since: Mar 13

Ashburn, VA

#425 Mar 28, 2013
Shamma wrote:
<quoted text>Apparently Muslims worship a man Muhammad.
All over the the world Muslims are murdering innocent people that love God and serve God for the sake of the man they call their prophet Muhammad.
Just listen to the news or read a news paper the story of the murders are printed every day somewhere in the world.
That is the Muslim way of worshiping their god they call Allah.
wow ,i am embraced that you didn't find any person who doing crime in your religion too. So nice.:p
sahil

Darya Ganj, India

#426 Mar 28, 2013
09997864231...call mee

Since: Mar 13

Ashburn, VA

#427 Mar 28, 2013
Marco the atheist wrote:
<quoted text>
Really? No hindus? Not even at the embassy of India?
You surely are naive!
Of course, since you think something made by humans is not worth to be worshipped, it would be OK that I just pee'd on the koran, yes? Remember, it's man-made!
As the Qur.aan clearly says: "if had been written by man, you would have found many discrepancies therein".The Qur.aan clearly says that Muhammad was unable to read and write, so if this wasn't true, certainly his contemporaries would have protested and rejected him. However, there are no reports of this. Certainly there were people who rejected Muhammad's message, just like other prophets were rejected, but none for this reason.Additionally, it is easy to prove that Muhammad did not possess a great deal of the knowledge which is expounded in the Qur.aan: such as knowledge of historical events, previous prophets and natural phenomenon. The Qur.aan says in several places that Muhammad and his people did
not know these things, so again, if this wasn't true, certainly his contemporaries would have rejected his claims. Suffice it to say that not only is the Qur.aan the most memorised and well preserved scripture on earth, it is also unequalled in eloquence, spirtual impact, clarity of message and the purity of its truth. Don' t misunderstand.
hindu brahman

Delhi, India

#428 Mar 31, 2013
Hey bloody muslims...go google kaaba a temple ...u will get to know that kaaba was a temple of shiva...n mohamed was born a hindu.....u r all hindu blood...u just have forgotten your path

Since: Mar 13

Ashburn, VA

#429 Mar 31, 2013
hindu brahman wrote:
Hey bloody muslims...go google kaaba a temple ...u will get to know that kaaba was a temple of shiva...n mohamed was born a hindu.....u r all hindu blood...u just have forgotten your path
mad man talking nonsense words,
www.kaabaisnotahindutemple.blogspot.com/2011/...
“Has anyone ever Herd about it in Mainstream
Media or an archiological Journal in any part
of the world?” The answer would be NO!
NEVER! So how come a major archiological
find like this ever go unnoticed, without any clue ? The answer would be that ‘Such a find
never happened at all’!!!
You are not aware enough. I think you read some spam website . These are only your thought ,may be someone trying to force to hate or attack muslim.

“Facts, not fiction”

Since: Apr 07

Earth

#430 Apr 1, 2013
aannaass wrote:
<quoted text>
As the Qur.aan clearly says: "if had been written by man, you would have found many discrepancies therein".
Which people have. But as it goes with religious zealots of the muslim kind, this just invokes the circular argumentation: the koran says it does not contain any discrepancies, so if there are any discrepancies, the koran is wrong. This cannot be accepted by muslims, since they would have to discard the WHOLE koran as a load of crap, and thus they just proclaim it isn't a discrepancy.
aannaass wrote:
<quoted text>
The Qur.aan clearly says that Muhammad was unable to read and write, so if this wasn't true, certainly his contemporaries would have protested and rejected him.
This claim about Mohammed's supposed illiteracy is really, really odd. Some of your fellow muslims agree:
http://www.quran-islam.org/main_topics/new_in... (P1259).html

But I am afraid you will just invoke another circular argument: Mohammed was illiterate, because if he was not, it was not miraculous what he did and what he knew, and therefore he wasn't anything special, and since he clearly was, he must have been illiterate...
aannaass wrote:
<quoted text>
However, there are no reports of this. Certainly there were people who rejected Muhammad's message, just like other prophets were rejected, but none for this reason.
Because he *wasn't* illiterate!
aannaass wrote:
<quoted text>
Additionally, it is easy to prove that Muhammad did not possess a great deal of the knowledge which is expounded in the Qur.aan: such as knowledge of historical events, previous prophets and natural phenomenon.
This is a lie. Mohammed lived in two major trading hubs in the Middle East, dealing with both jews and christians. He *must* have heard this.
aannaass wrote:
<quoted text>
The Qur.aan says in several places that Muhammad and his people did not know these things, so again, if this wasn't true, certainly his contemporaries would have rejected his claims.
Go ahead, cite a few verses in which the koran claims that Mohammed and his people "did not know this".
aannaass wrote:
<quoted text>
Suffice it to say that not only is the Qur.aan the most memorised and well preserved scripture on earth,
This means absolutely zilch.
aannaass wrote:
<quoted text>
it is also unequalled in eloquence, spirtual impact, clarity of message and the purity of its truth.
This is yet another circular argumentation. You, as a muslims,*must* believe this, or you are not a muslim. You can't handle being away from the "Hive", so you just repeat a few nonsensical things. Just for the fun of it, I'll take one example (see below)
aannaass wrote:
<quoted text>
Don' t misunderstand.
Ah, "don't misunderstand". A clear message is difficult to misunderstand, and yet, we see every time muslim apologetics proclaiming that muslims that do something wrong in the name of islam have misunderstood islam. I would say that this is evidence that the message isn't very clear, but a muslim like you will then have to invoke a circular argument again.

Since: Mar 13

Ashburn, VA

#431 Apr 1, 2013
Marco the atheist wrote:
<quoted text>
Which people have. But as it goes with religious zealots of the muslim kind, this just invokes the circular argumentation: the koran says it does not contain any discrepancies, so if there are any discrepancies, the koran is wrong. This cannot be accepted by muslims, since they would have to discard the WHOLE koran as a load of crap, and thus they just proclaim it isn't a discrepancy.
<quoted text>
This claim about Mohammed's supposed illiteracy is really, really odd. Some of your fellow muslims agree:
http://www.quran-islam.org/main_topics/new_in... (P1259).html
But I am afraid you will just invoke another circular argument: Mohammed was illiterate, because if he was not, it was not miraculous what he did and what he knew, and therefore he wasn't anything special, and since he clearly was, he must have been illiterate...
<quoted text>
Because he *wasn't* illiterate!
<quoted text>
This is a lie. Mohammed lived in two major trading hubs in the Middle East, dealing with both jews and christians. He *must* have heard this.
<quoted text>
Go ahead, cite a few verses in which the koran claims that Mohammed and his people "did not know this".
<quoted text>
This means absolutely zilch.
<quoted text>
This is yet another circular argumentation. You, as a muslims,*must* believe this, or you are not a muslim. You can't handle being away from the "Hive", so you just repeat a few nonsensical things. Just for the fun of it, I'll take one example (see below)
<quoted text>
Ah, "don't misunderstand". A clear message is difficult to misunderstand, and yet, we see every time muslim apologetics proclaiming that muslims that do something wrong in the name of islam have misunderstood islam. I would say that this is evidence that the message isn't very clear, but a muslim like you will then have to invoke a circular argument again.
prove it to the world,people needed to evidence. "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever
may be our wishes, our inclinations, or
the dictates of our passions, they cannot
alter the state of facts and evidence."
can you prove it ?
dont bluff please ..

Since: Mar 13

Ashburn, VA

#432 Apr 1, 2013
aannaass wrote:
<quoted text>
prove it to the world,people needed to evidence. "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever
may be our wishes, our inclinations, or
the dictates of our passions, they cannot
alter the state of facts and evidence."
can you prove it ?
dont bluff please ..
sorry wrongly sended this is not to you,

Since: Mar 13

Ashburn, VA

#433 Apr 1, 2013
Marco the atheist wrote:
<quoted text>
Which people have. But as it goes with religious zealots of the muslim kind, this just invokes the circular argumentation: the koran says it does not contain any discrepancies, so if there are any discrepancies, the koran is wrong. This cannot be accepted by muslims, since they would have to discard the WHOLE koran as a load of crap, and thus they just proclaim it isn't a discrepancy.
<quoted text>
This claim about Mohammed's supposed illiteracy is really, really odd. Some of your fellow muslims agree:
http://www.quran-islam.org/main_topics/new_in... (P1259).html
But I am afraid you will just invoke another circular argument: Mohammed was illiterate, because if he was not, it was not miraculous what he did and what he knew, and therefore he wasn't anything special, and since he clearly was, he must have been illiterate...
<quoted text>
Because he *wasn't* illiterate!
<quoted text>
This is a lie. Mohammed lived in two major trading hubs in the Middle East, dealing with both jews and christians. He *must* have heard this.
<quoted text>
Go ahead, cite a few verses in which the koran claims that Mohammed and his people "did not know this".
<quoted text>
This means absolutely zilch.
<quoted text>
This is yet another circular argumentation. You, as a muslims,*must* believe this, or you are not a muslim. You can't handle being away from the "Hive", so you just repeat a few nonsensical things. Just for the fun of it, I'll take one example (see below)
<quoted text>
Ah, "don't misunderstand". A clear message is difficult to misunderstand, and yet, we see every time muslim apologetics proclaiming that muslims that do something wrong in the name of islam have misunderstood islam. I would say that this is evidence that the message isn't very clear, but a muslim like you will then have to invoke a circular argument again.
The prophet
wasnt able to read anything until the quran was brought down. I cant argue that prophet is totally illiterate.but Before the Quran was revealed to the Prophet, he had no knowledge of the previous scripture, this is confirmed in the following Quranic words:“You (Muhammad) had no idea about the scripture, nor faith." 42:52.
I m a growing kid , i am studying islam meanwhile. Your reply gave me to look more about islam. And this is very interesting.i m really loving islam,''And i beleive that quranic words are the words of one god (allah) and muhammed is the last messenger,.the angel giving message to muhammed and kept the encryption very clearly.

Since: Mar 13

Ashburn, VA

#434 Apr 1, 2013
Marco the atheist wrote:
<quoted text>
Which people have. But as it goes with religious zealots of the muslim kind, this just invokes the circular argumentation: the koran says it does not contain any discrepancies, so if there are any discrepancies, the koran is wrong. This cannot be accepted by muslims, since they would have to discard the WHOLE koran as a load of crap, and thus they just proclaim it isn't a discrepancy.
<quoted text>
This claim about Mohammed's supposed illiteracy is really, really odd. Some of your fellow muslims agree:
http://www.quran-islam.org/main_topics/new_in... (P1259).html
But I am afraid you will just invoke another circular argument: Mohammed was illiterate, because if he was not, it was not miraculous what he did and what he knew, and therefore he wasn't anything special, and since he clearly was, he must have been illiterate...
<quoted text>
Because he *wasn't* illiterate!
<quoted text>
This is a lie. Mohammed lived in two major trading hubs in the Middle East, dealing with both jews and christians. He *must* have heard this.
<quoted text>
Go ahead, cite a few verses in which the koran claims that Mohammed and his people "did not know this".
<quoted text>
This means absolutely zilch.
<quoted text>
This is yet another circular argumentation. You, as a muslims,*must* believe this, or you are not a muslim. You can't handle being away from the "Hive", so you just repeat a few nonsensical things. Just for the fun of it, I'll take one example (see below)
<quoted text>
Ah, "don't misunderstand". A clear message is difficult to misunderstand, and yet, we see every time muslim apologetics proclaiming that muslims that do something wrong in the name of islam have misunderstood islam. I would say that this is evidence that the message isn't very clear, but a muslim like you will then have to invoke a circular argument again.
.It is the word of God revealed to the Prophet Muhammad,Sall-Allahu alayhi wa sallam, over a period of 23 years (from 610 to 633 CE) through the angel
Jibreel (Gabriel). During the time of Prophet Muhammad, Sall-
Allahu alayhi wa sallam, the Qur'an was mainly
preserved through memorization. Hundreds of
Companions of the Prophet, were huffaz, or
memorizers of the whole Qur'an and had
memorized the Qur'an without any mistakes. But the Qur'an was also preserved through writing.Prophet Muhammad, Sall-Allahu alayhi wa sallam,
made special arrangements to have it written
down. When Prophet Muhammad, Sall-Allahu
alayhi wa sallam, used to receive a revelation, he dictated it to a Companion, who wrote it down on anything that was available: bark, stone, bones, leaves, etc. The companion then read, what hehad written, to the Prophet. If there were any mistakes, Prophet Muhammad, Sall-Allahu alayhi wa sallam, would correct it and then let it be brought before everyone. Prophet Muhammad,Sall-Allahu alayhi wa sallam, also told the order of the verses, etc, and they were written accordingly. So, in the days of the Prophet, Sall-Allahu alayhi
wa sallam, one copy of the Qur’an existed of what he had gotten written under his personal
supervision. It was not in book form but in
different parchments. Other Companions also had collections oh the Qur'an for their personal record but no standard copy of the Qur'an in book form
existed. This is a perfect Book; there is no doubt in it;
it is a guidance for the righteous

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