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Arkon

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  1. Good ol' "Western Intervention", But if you can't admit Russia is just as bad with it's intentions as the west is, You're being dishonest to yourself.
  2. The first to enter Islam was NOT Abu Bakr, But it was Imam Ali ibn abi Talib [AS] اخبرنا احمد بن جعفر القطيعي , ثنا عبد الله بن احمد بن حنبل-- قال; ان اول من اسلم مع رسول الله علي بن ابي طالب. Ahmad bin Ja'far Al-Qateani gave us news, Narrated AbdAllah bin Ahmed bin Hanbal -- [A longer Sanad] He said: Indeed, The first of those who entered Islam with Rasul Allah [The Messenger of Allah] was Ali bin Abi Talib. Al-Mustadarak 4223 In conclusion, According to Sunni sources - Imam Ali was the first to enter Islam, and not Abu Bakr.
  3. Tough position, Is she Shi'a?
  4. It's fine, I wouldn't take answering-christianity or answering-islam that serious anyways. But some do actually look like contradictions IMO.
  5. The point of the post is that Sunnis commit a Double Standard. They do not uphold their atrocious reasoning when challenged by other evidences which do not help their case.
  6. @Son of Placid Can you find these responses? I would definitely take a read.
  7. With the way Ahadith are narrated and preserved, There is. There are only 2 times when he wasn't. During Surat al Alaq [ A very short surah, any child can memorize] And Surat al Muddathir [Where his wife was present]. Factually incorrect, All Written down: {From Kharijah ibn Zaid said: a number of people entered to Zaid Ibn Thabit tell us some of the tales and stories from the prophet then he said: what should I tell you? I was the neighbour of the prophet of god (peace be upon him) and whenever a revelation come into him by Wahy he send me to write it down} Source: Kitab Al-Masahif By Ibn Abi Dawud Al-sajistani Page.145 They were collected, and revised through qurra who had memorized by heart, hundreds and hundreds of qurra. Imagine that, not even a single letter could be missed [especially since it stresses on pronounciation depending on the dialect you speak] And written down, AND memorized by hundreds of others. I posted my source in this comment.
  8. May Allah Bless you, keep you on a Clear path, Purify you in all of your actions and make you one of the inheritors of Jannitul Firdaus.
  9. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dating_the_Bible#Table_I:_Chronological_overview The Qur'an confirms what Jesus preached was the Truth, Did Jesus preach the Trinity? No. 1. Who incited David to count the fighting men of Israel? God did (2 Samuel 24: 1) Satan did (I Chronicles 2 1:1) 2. In that count how many fighting men were found in Israel? Eight hundred thousand (2 Samuel 24:9) One million, one hundred thousand (I Chronicles 21:5) 3. How many fighting men were found in Judah? Five hundred thousand (2 Samuel 24:9) Four hundred and seventy thousand (I Chronicles 21:5) 4. God sent his prophet to threaten David with how many years of famine? Seven (2 Samuel 24:13) Three (I Chronicles 21:12) 5. How old was Ahaziah when he began to rule over Jerusalem? Twenty-two (2 Kings 8:26) Forty-two (2 Chronicles 22:2) And i'd like to add, So many different [and sometimes unknown] people have authored the Bible, How can you trust their authenticity? Factually incorrect. Zayd wrote down the revelation every time it came down to Muhammed. Abu Bakr collected the mushaf, Uthman standardized it.
  10. Assad is already bombing the people in Ghouta like there's no tomorrow, what do you mean it's not reasonable? And nothing Bashar does is necessary!
  11. How you have the heart to blame the Innocent of slaughtering their own people to make Assad [The Terrorist] Look bad, Is beyond me!
  12. Can you quote my entire comment? Sorry, i don't know which page it may be on since i haven't responded until now, I don't think i said strawman in the context you put it in, but i may be wrong. Either way, if you don't respond [Since the discussion is basically over], I just want to say Thanks
  13. If it is eternal [Which if it isn't, it would be a contingent singularity leading to an infinite regress which is illogical], It is a necessary cause. This is why i said it is not confined to being God. No one has ever claimed this, This is a strawman fallacy. I claimed it was a creator [Abrahamic one], Because it fits the definitions and qualities of one, I can't believe you can strawman me so much in one response. Yes, that's the point of the Argument... To make less options. No, It's just a theory, We have no evidence of this singularity, or what it is. No it's not, An eternal and uncreated cause is, We know the universe is not eternal.
  14. This asserts a 'Singularity' Existed before the big bang, Can you define what you mean by that? And what is is? Based on your next saying, "What cannot be said is that the singularity was an effect or had a beginning. Right now there is not enough information to declare with any certainty what it was. There are many theories." This singularity is a necessary thing by virtue of what a necessary cause is. "Nobody knows what existed before the big bang and in which direction the arrow of time moved, it may have been regress or progress or complete chaos." This is a baseless claim, Due to the fact that it asserts a Time-Line existed. First off, Time is not a 'thing', It is more of a property of ---> ? For example, We have an apple tree. Since this apple tree exists and grows, We know time is moving forwards. But if we have nothing, Time simply, Cannot exist. No. An Infinite regress is simply an impossibility especially concerning the mathematics surrounding it. This is a misunderstanding of my point, Space-Time here, is utterly irrelevant, Considering the fact it needs space to exist [making it a contingent property/subset of what we call 'space'] I am not saying everything falls under the mechanism of [Cause --> Effect], I am simply explaining that this mechanism is applied to the universe, due to the fact that it is contingent in it's nature of existence. I think i stated this before actually, That the necessary cause is not necessarily a God. 'When and Where' This asserts that time and place existed, Neither did. Secondly, If it is necessary, he has always existed. And lastly -- Yes, In fact - They do. Islamic Thought is a philosophy in itself, Have you ever read Al Ghazali's works?
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