<quoted text>and all what you got for proof is a pathetic conjecture.
i quoted the two stories for you and they didnt seem similar at all. obviously you refused to read what i quoted.
Umm, no...sorry, but I'm right on this one, actually.
But of course I can understand your being defensive because, like most muslims (and others), your attached to your views and refuse to entertain other possibilities.When someone immerses themself in Islaam, it becomes his or her identiy, friendships are made, there's brotherhood and sisterhood, we implement rules that cover every aspect of our lives, and then there's the issue with muslim parents.
I was like that once too--I was upon the salafi manhaj for a number of years, lol,and know the deen better than most laymen. Islaam makes a great deal of sense on the surface but--like the other two "abrahamic faiths" ----it doesn't hold up under close, objective scrutiny.