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  1. Question for Iranians (Anonymous Poll)

    My father always told me I was part Jewish. I don't consider myself a Jew and no Orthodox Jew would see me as a Jew. Indeed Palestinians are more Jewish than all modern day Jews. The Yemeni Jews are mostly converts from the 4th-5th centuries. European Jews are descended 7th-10th century converts. All it takes to be a Jew is denying Jesus as the Messiah, circumcision, and a menorah.
  2. Question for Iranians (Anonymous Poll)

    I'm Polish, Irish, Danish, Hungarian, and Jewish.
  3. How do we treat Israelis?

    The prophet Moses was a vile man that advocated child murder. Their has never been a legitimate nation called Israel. Ancient Israel was just like modern Israel. A nation built on stolen land. [MOD NOTE: Banned for blasphemy of a prophet of Allah.} The following rules apply in the Forums, Chatroom and Blogs: Blasphemy of any kind towards Allah (sw), Prophet Muhammad (saww), the Ahlul-Bayt and any Prophet of Allah, shall be met with a permanent ban from this site. No warning is necessary.
  4. How do we treat Israelis?

    Tehran Province is 18,909 square kilometres (7,301 sq mi) Israel is 20,770 square kilometres. If you include the Golan Heights and East Jerusalem, Israel is 22,072 square kilometres. But, if you include the West Bank this area increases to roughly 28,000 square kilometres. Israel really wants to annex the west bank and it is essentially a part of Israel, as 400,000 Jewish Israelis occupy the land. Once the Syrian Civil War is over, Israel may give up the Golan for peace. So, Israel in reality is much larger than Tehran Province.
  5. the baffling reality of the Jews and Israel

    Jesus himself is said to have descended from King David. The ancestors of King David include the Matriarch Ruth who was a convert to Judaism. The Davidic dynasty and Herodian dynasty all have royal blood lines that are sourced through converts to Judaism.
  6. Homosexual ‘marriages’

    I feel bad for homosexuals, these people need help! But, I believe in the laws of Moses. Committing homosexual acts is a sin. If you value your life don't put yourself in a situation that could bring yourself harm.
  7. Homosexual ‘marriages’

    I remember before I was taking medication for my psychosis as a schizophrenic I was hearing voices and I thought I was gay. I know that I love women now and I am glad that I am not gay. I think most gay suicides are linked to societal shaming. Before the mass conversions to Abrahamic religions in Europe and Hellenistic West Asia homosexuality was not looked down upon. Alexander the Great, Perhaps the most influential military leader that ever lived was highly likely Bisexual. I am not condoning homosexuality this is history.
  8. Dog ownership in Islam

    I find Islam puzzling when it comes to dogs. As dogs are intelligent, loyal, and loving animals.
  9. Why is the bloodline of Prophet Muhammad so important to the Shia?
  10. Hello, I have not posted here in a while. Truly, I am only here because I am enamored with Shia Islam. I am a Pseudo-religious Catholic that is fascinated by religion(especially Shia Islam and Judaism). More to the Point of this post. I am curious how Shia Islam views Israel and Jews in general. As a Christian American, that is primarily of European ancestry, I do have some Jewish heritage through my paternal great grandmother. I do not consider myself to be Jewish at all because I don't have any cultural connection to Judaism. But, I am fascinated by the current reality of Judaism. Over the last 3,000 years Judaism has seldom sought converts. But, mass conversions to Judaism have occurred several times throughout history. I am of the belief that most Jews today are not descended from the ancient Israelites. But, I am amazed that Judaism survived the advent of mass global conversions to Christianity and Islam. Israel had not existed as nation on the map for nearly 2,000 years before it was reestablished in 1948. In under 70 years till today, the Jews have made Palestine their home again. a collection of 6 million Jews that hail from over 80 different countries are working together to sustain a nation. The Jews survived pogroms in Russia and the Arab world. The Countries of Libya, Iraq, and Yemen have all showed hostility toward Jews at various times. Yet, most have immigrated to Israel, Jews have left their mark in almost every Arab nation on the globe. How is this possible? how did the Jewish people create a new country? And how, and why, did they not convert to Christianity or Islam?
  11. I've read mixed statements about the Islamic Prophet Muhammad marrying a 6 year old and consummating the marriage when the girl hit puberty at 9 years old. Is this true? I've seen on the web videos of clerical Sunni Muslims saying that child marriage is allowed. In Yemen, child marriage is common. Many wealthy Arabs have taken advantage of the suffering in Syria by forcing young girls to get married in refugee camps. The Roman Catholic Church teaches that Mary was 12-14 when she married 35-45 year old Joseph(Jesus' parents). Some Christians teach that Joseph was as old as 90 years old when he married early teenage Mary. Child marriage is not foreign to Christianity.
  12. Dog ownership in Islam

    1. It is NOT haraam to own a dog, though it is not hygienic to keep a dog in the house. 2. It is NOT haraam to touch a dog or any other animal. If the saliva of a dog touches you or any part of your clothing, then it is required of you to wash the body part touched and the item of clothing touched by the dog’s mouth or snout. 3. It is incumbent upon all Muslims who own animals, whether for farming or work purposes or as pets, to provide adequate shelter, food, water, and, when needed, veterinary care for their animals. Arrangements must be made, if one is going to be away from home, to have one’s animals taken care of as well. 4. It is haraam to keep a dog or any other animal on a short lead for long periods without food, water, and shelter. Dogs need exercise and are social creatures who form organized “family” structures in nature. Dog owners therefore need to spend time daily with their dogs. 5. It is cruel, and therefore haraam, to keep any animal in a cage so small that it cannot behave in a natural way. 6. Fireworks cause untold suffering to most domestic animals because of their acute sense of hearing. 7. It is haraam to participate in any blood “sport,” like dog fighting and trophy hunting. No animal has been cursed in any way. http://www.islamicconcern.com/dogs.asp From what I have read countries like Iran and Saudi Arabia make it difficult to own pets. It is evil to mistreat dogs and cats. The popular Jewish/Christian name "Caleb" means loyal dog in Hebrew. I was almost named Caleb by my mother but instead named Joseph. Dogs have a special place in the Judeo-Christian tradition.
  13. How did the phenomena of Muslim suicide bombings come about? Their was another suicide bombing in Turkey today. There are suicide attacks all over the world. These suicide bombers see themselves as Islamic martyrs. What separates Islamic martyrdom from a vileness? In mainstream Christianity national militancy is seen as a necessary evil. Jehovah Witnesses are non-Trinitarian Christians that see all forms of militancy as wrong and unneeded. Roman Catholicism teaches that militancy is a necessary evil. (Icon of a Russian Soldier)
  14. In the traditional Twelver Shia Islam view are Palestinian suicide bombers and knife attackers seen as martyrs? I know Iran does not recognize Israel as a state. But, does that mean Iran won't recognize Israel after peace is established with neighboring Arab countries? Jordan and Egypt have already made peace agreements with Israel. Also the PLO (Palestinian Liberation Organization) recognizes Israels' right to exist. And if a Syrian regime change occurs it is likely that peace will be established if Israel returns the Golan Heights back to Syria. The Israeli chief rabbi Yitzhak Yosef sparked controversy when he said In March 2016, "According to Jewish law, gentiles should not live in the Land of Israel," He added, "If a non-Jew does not agree to take on the seven Noahide Laws, we should send him to Saudi Arabia." It seems as though peace may be far off course at this time. But, do Shia Ayatollahs teach of the possibility of peace with Israel? (Israeli Cheif Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef) .
  15. Who are the Sabians?

    @Ali666I don't know who the Sabians are that God is referring to in the Quran. It seems like a mystery to me. In the bible there is a lot of mystery behind certain tribes and nations that no longer exist today. But, I think in the next life I will learn of their importance.
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