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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. Ask yourself what you have done to promote God's kingdom and compare yourself (with todays modern means of transport and communications) to Paul and all he accomplished. What's really sad if when individuals like yourself feel the need to knock someone like Paul when in fact you're not worthy to clean his shoes. Sandals, in Paul's case. :P
  2. Wahabbi's are far better than kufar infidels. At least Wahabbi's are Muslim, read the Quran and attend mosques. :shaytan:
  3. In the summer when it's hot and humid I always feel for those women, and wonder how many of them would dress differently if given a choice.
  4. It has always been open season on other religions and religious leaders, including the west, where insults are allowed and even encouraged by the moderators, but retaliation in like manner against Shia is now forbidden. What a bunch of hypocrits! :mad: It's obvious you're trying to protect Ahmadinejad from criticism. You can dish it out but can't take it can you? May I remind you that you're living in a western country where this man's personal rants could have repercussions affecting us all and yet you want to elevate him to a position of untouchable? This is a reflection of what we see in the entire Islamic world where they do what they like against others and yet are intolerant when they same is done to them. They can dish it out and they expect the world to suck it up but when done to them how quickly their anger turns to violence because they have never learned to do unto others. Instead of being an example and teaching by example, you're reflecting that exact same mindset. How sad. Btw, how are non-Musilms supposed to tell apart the untouchable Shia from Sunni, Sufi, Wahabbi politicians, for fear of insulting the delicate sensibilities of the Shia on this board? Personally, I couldn't tell you what sect the Amir of Kuwait, Musharraf, King Abdullah of Jordan, Mahmoud Abbas, Kadaffi and many others are. It might help if you posted a list of the untouchables. This may be an Islamic site but is it too much to expect fairness? Since most of the moderators live and enjoy all that the west has to offer, I was wondering if they would extend the same curtesy to Christian leaders who are politicians? Will it still be acceptable to call President Bush a moron, idiot, monkey, pig, etc?
  5. You've got to be kidding me? There is no excuse for this whatsoever. Natural born liars!
  6. How sanctimonious. :rolleyes: Perhaps you've forgotten that there are standard rules of etiquette and one of them is to never discuss politics and religion in polite conversation.
  7. Good try! The video's speak for themselves. :angry:
  8. You have got to see these videos. Next time you hear a "report from the hospital" think twice. From the Pallywood video, one can see that even the doctors are liars! Lying scumbags! :mad: http://www.seconddraft.org/movies.php
  9. That's apparantly also a myth. ;) http://www.freemasonry.org/psoc/masonicmyths.htm
  10. We're living within days of 2006 and reality is the world we're living in today.
  11. Since the entire world is trying to understand the sick mindset of the suicide bomber, I can understand why she would talk to one. Imagine being one of the virgins? I wonder what they did to deserve spending an eternity serving a murderer. I never imagined heaven to be a place of punishment. :(
  12. Agreed! Same goes for the constant Bible bashing. We could start on the contradictions and inconsistencies in the Quran for a change. :shaytan:
  13. Muslim persecution complex in action. :rolleyes: All together now, say ...Awwwww This special was only two hours long and if you noticed, she didn't touch on differences between Catholics or Protestants, mainstream Jews and Hasidic Jews. Gasp! Shock! Horror! She didn't even focus on Hinduism which is bigger than Buddhism! Or Sikhism and Spiritism which are both bigger than Judaism! Yet you complain because she didn't touch on issues disagreed upon by Shia's and Sunni's? :wacko: As for the suicide bomber, people on this board are always asking where we get the 72 virgins from - now you know. Out of the mouth of a would-be suicide bomber. A common belief of your much esteemed and respected Palestinian "martyrs."
  14. Tell a lie often enough and, hopefully, it will become accepted as the truth? ASALA is Marxist Leninist group. Their first bombing was the office of the World Council of Churches in Beirut!
  15. It has nothing to do with the topic at all! When your arguments get shot down you resort to typical left wing idiotarian ranting. Easier to react than reason. :wacko:
  16. They do learn about the theory of evolution just like they learn about any other theory in science. "The academic effectiveness of homeschooling is largely a settled issue. Numerous studies have confirmed the academic integrity of home education programs, demonstrating that average homeschoolers outperform their public school peers by 30 to 37 percentile points across all subjects. Moreover, the performance gaps between minorities and gender that plague public schools are virtually non-existent amongst homeschooled students.[11] Some critics argue that while homeschooled students generally do extremely well on standardized tests[12], such students are a self-selected group whose parents care strongly about their education; such students would also do well in a conventional school environment. Increasingly, colleges are recruiting homeschooled students; many colleges accept a GED as well as parent statements and portfolios of students' work as admission criteria; others also require SATs or other standardized tests. Some opponents argue that parents with little training in education are less effective in teaching. However, some studies do indicate that parents' income and education level affect home educated students' performance on standardized tests very little. Homeschooled children's curricula often include many subjects not included in school curricula. Some colleges find this an advantage in creating a more academically diverse student body, and proponents argue this creates a more well-rounded and self-sufficient adult. Opponents argue that homeschoolers' eclectic curricula often exclude critical subjects and isolate them from the rest of society, or present them with ideological worldviews, especially religious ones. The results of homeschooling with gifted and learning-disabled children are not as thoroughly studied." For references go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeschooling
  17. Don't lie to them, take them out of the [Edited Out]py public school system. I did. They get a better education outside the system, they score higher on college entrance exams, don't get taught that they come from monkey's (and often act no better). ;)
  18. There have been rumors that Darwin became a Christian before he died but Darwin's daughter, Henrietta, was at his deathbed when he died and said that her father did not become a Christian. His son Francis confirmed that his father was an agnostic until his dying day.
  19. She actually sits down with a Muslim scholar, Pastor and Rabbi to discuss heaven, what it's like, and how we get there. Although she may be Jewish, she claims to have felt a special attachment to the Dalai Lama who she says is a very warm person but she doesn't use a would-be Palestinian suicide bomber as a Muslim spokeman at all. I believe she interviews celebrities like Richard Gere and Maria Shriver, Muslim scholars, Jewish rabbis, Christian ministers, as well as religious leaders of other major faiths like the Dalai Lama. She also talks to atheists and to scientists who have done studies of the brain to see if it unusual changes take place when someone undergoes deep spiritual experiences. She even interviews people who claim to have been to heaven (near death experiences). The 11% who don't believe in heaven are probably made up of atheists, people who believe in God but can't grasp the concept of a loving God condemning anyone to hell. Buddists who believe this earth is heaven and in reincarnation and others. It should be very interesting. I'm looking forward to the special tonight.
  20. Thanks Placid, I loved that poem. Variation on the theme of 1 Cor. 13 If I decorate my house perfectly with plaid bows, strands of twinkling lights and shiny balls, but do not show love, I'm just another decorator. If I slave away in the kitchen, baking dozens of Christmas cookies, preparing gourmet meals and arranging a beautifully adorned table at mealtime, but do not show love, I'm just another cook. If I work at the soup kitchen, carol in the nursing home and give all that I have to charity, but do not show love, it profits me nothing. If I trim the spruce with shimmering angels and crocheted snowflakes, attend a myriad of holiday celebrations and sing in the choir's cantata, but do not focus on Christ, I have missed the point. Love stops the cooking to hug the child. Love sets aside the decorating to kiss my spouse. Love is kind, though harried and tired. Love doesn't envy another's home that has coordinated Christmas china and table linens. Love doesn't yell at the kids to get out of the way, but is thankful they are there to be in the way. Love doesn't give only to those who are able to give in return, but rejoices in giving to those who can't. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, and endures all things. Love never fails. Video games will break, pearl necklaces will be lost, golf clubs will rust... But giving the gift of love will endure. You can give without loving, but you cannot love without giving. Merry Christmas all.
  21. Most Christians have their favorite Bible version and whether you like it or not, the fact is when it comes to Bible accuracy, the vast majority of Christians refer back to the KJV. Also, my post was not directed at you so, who, or wherever your source was from, was never in question. :huh: This thread is, however, a discussion about a possible statement on Christianity. It's certainly not about insults such as "fabrication found in the vatican manuscripts" or disputing our scriptures. Forgive me if I seem to be rude but I don't believe Muslims are the authority on our Christian beliefs and all I'm requesting is that it be left up to us.
  22. No matter how false or fabricated Muslims believe our interpretation of our scriptures to be, I don't believe them to be the authority on Christianity 101 or Judaism 101. :(
  23. I have the Way, the Truth and the Life in Jesus Christ - John 14:5-7 The creator is one Godhead: Father, son and Holy Spirit - 1 John 5:7 :) Blessings.
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