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It's me hello reacted to Muslimthought97 in Things That You Want In The Afterlife/heaven.
Assuming im good the rest of my life and i get in heres the desires i want in this world that i hope i could have in the next life
-A pet Dragon and we both speak Japanese (Japanese sounds awesomeeee)
-I want my share of hoors too :D Dont judge me haha (If i can have my wife and she is righteous then her instead of the hoors and we love eachother forever :wub: )
-I want a palace nothing like that ive seen in this world, and a big garden that has squares all throughout side by side and in each one grows a specific type of fruit, each of which blossom perfectly and an array of colors plus no plant leans outside their box! Ugh that annoys me so much, i like each thing in its place.
-Then i wish to be friends and be able to sit around with the Prophets and Imams
I know when i get there Allah will probably make me not want this stuff but for now i do :)
This was so heart touching, i sure do hope your wish is fulfilled
It's me hello got a reaction from von Lohengramm in Inspirational person died
Yeah I didn't mean for it to be insensitive. I have been in a really bad mood, I felt like someone would smack "Syrian children dying" in my face. I apologize.
Thanks! I watched Tokyo Ghoul, and I liked it. It is awesome to know that she was a fan of it too. I hope Allah has a special place for people like her. It's a shame these kind of people leave this world so early, they have good lives ahead of them and make other peoples' lives brighter. I've been really upset these last few months, all I do is watch the news. All I see is people suffering and dying, it has made me very sad.
sry for the rant
It's me hello got a reaction from Ali6 in Inspirational person died
Just recently, the singer Christina Grimmie had passed away. I had not known her before she had passed, but after I pondered through her videos I saw that she was very inspirational. Gave money to charity, and was trying to inspire people rather than being rich. It just makes me sad how she was only 22 and she had been shot, while inspriring and helping countless people. She has inspired me to follow my dreams, and aim to be very helpful.
I'm really upset, and want to pray for her, and her family. She was a faithful Christian. It makes me sad how these kinds of people go so early in life. I'm not sure how to get over her death.
Don't tell me that kids in Syria are being killed. I know this, but that is not what I care about at the moment.
It's me hello reacted to Praetorius in BREAKING: MASS SHOOTING IN ORLANDO GAY NIGHTLUB
This has all the hallmarks of a false flag psy-op:-
-Aside from 2 or 3 cell-phone videos from outside, one of which allegedly show an exchange of gunfire between the perp(s) and the police, there's ZERO photo or video evidence of any kind of carnage. In contrast, if a suicide blast is carried out in Pakistan for example, there's a mountain of video clips and photos showing the carnage and blood. Until I see something legitimate like CCTV footage from inside the club, I'm holding off my judgment on who carried this out.
-In one ABC News clip, one of the alleged victims' mother being interviewed is with almost a 100% certainty reading from a teleprompter (run-of-the-mill crisis actor). See the following video at 3:00 minute mark.
-Nobody seems to be asking, as usual, a very important question - Qui bono? (who benefits?)
-As Webster Tarpley has nicely put it before, dead men tell no tales, i.e. the alleged shooter was killed. I've also tried finding the alleged call recording to 911 where the patsy made a call to 911 about swearing allegiance to I-CIA-SIS and open hatred for gays, but to no avail (I'll continue searching). This should be in public data.
At most, it looks like this was a drill which went live.
It's me hello reacted to GD41586 in BREAKING: MASS SHOOTING IN ORLANDO GAY NIGHTLUB
To clarify something because I don't believe I did before: I examined the reasoning behind why homosexualism is incompatible with all Abrahamic faiths in my heart and came to an interesting conclusion. It is not a pleasant conclusion for those who dwell in the household of permissiveness and social liberalism; but it is a conclusion I have reached independent of any actual outside human influence.
Homosexualism is futile. It serves no biological purpose other than to take man's desires and satiate them temporarily in a way that will only continue to feed into them. You can look at how the bar has been lowered culturally and the fog of uncertainty that has descended on American society since I was a child in the early 1990s (to go by CE because I do not know Islamic dates) . The mantra in America and the West is usually "If it feels good, do it!" and as long as you aren't harming anyone, it's ok, right?
Insufflating crystal methamphetamine up your nose "feels good". What it does to your body and mind is a completely different can of soup. Drinking soda "feels good" but in reality, it is horrendous for you.
Homosexualism serves no function. It is a distraction of the worst kind that takes man's eyes off of the divine and can ultimately be reduced to pride: "I know the God says this is wrong, but I am going to keep doing it because I have no respect for His order or His will for me". In recent years, it has become a point of pride for people much like many other attributes that were one considered shameful: fornication, adultery, substance abuse, gluttony, and the list goes on.
I DO NOT ADVOCATE FOR THE MURDER OF HOMOSEXUALS OR ANY OTHER HUMAN BEING.
Homosexualism is antithetical to a properly functioning society, whether people like to hear it or not. This man in Orlando was absolutely wrong in killing those people and horribly, in my eyes, deprived them of the opportunity to hear of right living and repentance. He deprived them of the chance to learn more, to contribute positively to mankind, etc. I was taught that homosexual temptations were sinful by the tradition I experienced at large, but I am tempted by drug and alcohol use myself so I am not fit to even open my mouth to another about their sins. I tell the users here because I have no one else I can confide this information with, as the mere refusal to praise LGBT has taken the position of disgust to society that was previously filled by deviant sex practices.
But I am not an expert on the things of the God by any means. This was just a topic on my heart, I am merely a lost human who is quickly becoming disenchanted with the meaningless consumerist "pay bills until you die" culture of my country that cherishes not wisdom, knowledge, or things of the God as beautiful and desirable; and elevates the absolute worst that our race has to offer to an almost divine status.
People try to sell me on the idea of it being "hate", but it is not "hate", merely logical reasoning behind why it is bad for all parties involved (and society and mankind is holistically involved on this level).
I apologize for any confusion, but I feel like we're probably mostly in the same general chapter here.
It's me hello reacted to Saintly_Jinn23 in BREAKING: MASS SHOOTING IN ORLANDO GAY NIGHTLUB
Nah, it's just more Nasibis being Nasibi.
I agree that people take the traditional penalties for homosexuality as an excuse to say all sorts of unnecessary and hateful things on this site, but that doesn't change the fact that traditionally Islam and the school of Ahlul Bayt condemn homosexuality in the strictest terms and consider a punishment worthy of death, just as the Bible does. What room there is to negotiate the death penalty is something that needs to be discussed, however, especially in the absence of an infallible Imam (as)
While this shooter was clearly in the wrong for trying to assume he has the right to punish non-Muslims in a non-Muslim country for doing an act that is against Islam, and of course he's a fanboy of the Satanic State of Iraq & The Levant because these people are basically rabid animals overdue to be put to sleep, I'm not sure if I would go so far as to call the gays he killed 100% innocent in the eyes of God. They were innocent in the eyes of American law though and that's what we should of course focus on. As American citizens, we either must follow the laws of those who have been generous enough to allow us to live here or be willing to pay the penalties if we break their laws without making excuses for ourselves as if we are not to be held accountable for causing social disorder or harm to others in their countries. But that's of course what these devils desire isn't it, to force the rest of us into a war we don't want or need. These people love it when Muslims are oppressed or hated in the West, because they see it as an opportunity for themselves.