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In the Name of God بسم الله

way2go

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  1. Huh! What did the cartoons have to do with America? :angry: May all their curses come down on their own heads! Almawtoo Li Hizbollah, Almawtoo Li Iran, Almawtoo Li Syria!
  2. Whether intentional or not, I don't know, but you failed to mention that Baruch Goldstein's actions were condemned by the Israeli government and the general population of Israel. Spokespeople for all organized denominations of Judaism denounced this act and called it terrorism and the Kach movement that Goldstein belonged to was outlawed. Israel compensated victims of the shooting. Goldstein became a hero only to some Israeli right-wing extremists who were members of the outlawed Kach organization. It was not Israel, as you claim, who wrote those words on his tomstone, it was this group of rig
  3. Actually she spouts all her rhetoric from the safety of her home in a western country, Australia. Go figure! :rolleyes:
  4. A good place to start uniting Shia and Sunni would be in his own country first but that's not what he's after. Muqtada Al Sadr is power hungry. He knows Sistani holds too much sway with the Shia but he's so bent and determined to carve out a place for himself using any means possible, even aligning himself with a terrorist regime like Syria.
  5. No question. We would use other means ... like cancelling subscriptions, supporting opposition, boycotting sponsors, etc. :)
  6. You talking to me? I like your name. I even like many of your posts which have revealed your horse sense. ;)
  7. This is beyond comprehension. What were these worshippers doing so wrong that they deserved to die? God's heart must be sad indeed when people play god and take it upon themselves to decide who lives and who dies in His name. My sympathy goes out to all the families mourning the loss of mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters this day. May they be comforted. :cry:
  8. Yep. Another one esnesesroH spelt backwards, Horse sense. :P
  9. It's not what you want to read, but here is what he said: "We reject violence as a way to express discontent with what may be printed in a free press." At the same time, he admonished the press that its freedom comes with "the responsibility to be thoughtful about others."
  10. It's got nothing to do with supporting, or opposing, the cartoons. It has everything to do with violence. Within a period of months the world has witnessed Muslim violence over alleged Quran abuse, rioting in France and cartoons in Denmark. One has to wonder what will set them off next. These incidents will unite the west and, unfortunately, don't paint a good picture of Islam.
  11. I'm just having some fun with you. Good to see you lighten up. :)
  12. It's a common practise that, for the loud mouth jihadi's to hide hehind their women. ;)
  13. You're back. You'll be uncovered soon enough. I wanted to ask you a question. You wrote, "At the dawn of Islam the armies of the Prophet swept across the east and Africa, at his command, carrying the word to the Infidels. So it must be again." Times have changed since the armies of the prophet swept across the east and Africa to convert the infidels who were pagan back then. I don't want, or need, your word since I have my own Word. So tell me, what are you implying, "must be" as it relates to me and those like myself, the so-called people of the book?
  14. If you represent the true Islam you're welcome to it, I want no part of it. I have no desire to spend eternity with the likes of people like you. Jesus said, "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called 'son's of God" (Matt 5:9). Those are who I'd like to spend eternity with. ;)
  15. The cartoons were about Mohammed, remember. According to your statement then Mohammed is Allah. :wacko: Its people like you who make Islam the most violent religion on the planet! You need to pay closer attention to leaders like Sistani instead of those who incite.
  16. Not at all. It reinforces our belief that if Iran had nuclear capabilities they wouldn't hesitate to use them on Israel or sell them to terrorist groups who would use them on us.
  17. This was already being encouraged during the Hajj. One of the holiest events in Islam. God is not glorified or mentioned, but hatred is encouraged. www.memritv.org/search.asp?ACT=S9&P1=991 click on "view clip."
  18. Typical. Denmark prints images of Mohammed and Muslims take it out on Jews. Saddam invaded Kuwait and when the US came to Kuwait's defense, Iraq lobbed scud missiles at Israel. :wacko: However, don't hold your breath in anticipation of Jews around the world reacting like Muslims did. Anyone willing to bet on it? Iran certainly cannot be trusted with nuclear weapons.
  19. In Islamic countries the governments and Mullah's control the press so apparantly Muslims in Islamic countries are unable to comprehend that independent news ownership, and their freedom to publish cartoons is not linked to their government. :wacko: Muslims getting worked up into fanatical rages about illustrations of prophet Mohammed sure sounds like idolatory to me. :unsure: Someone needs to remind Ahmadinejad that neither will Muslim violence promote Islam's position. :P This is a window that has allowed us a look into the simmering undercurrents of hatred that has been nurtured
  20. You call the way Muslims are acting around the world right now being "useful?" I'd rather watch the Superbowl, thank you. Such a display of hatred and violence is not going to attract people to Islam. Quite the contrary. It's going to reinforce the mindset of many that Islam is a religion of intolerance, hate and violence. People are offended every day, that's life, get used to it.
  21. A mere man, a historical figure. Same as Mohammed, ;) And there are many cartoons out there poking fun of Jesus.
  22. One would think Mohammed was some kind of god the way these people carry on. I'm not saying I aprove of the cartoons, I don't. At the same time we have to realize that while Mohammed may be a prophet to Muslims, to everyone else he was a mere man - a historical figure. One who we would look on in much the same way we would Martin Luther King Jr. Here is a link to all 12 cartoons for those who have not seen them. Was this really worth all the violence, death and destruction? I think that cartoon of the bomb in the turban is not unlike the Muslim world - ticking time bombs waiting to unleash th
  23. When people gather at religious festivals, it's purpose is usually to draw people to God. Listening to inspirational messages and singing worship songs all play a part in focusing on God and building on our relationship with Him. What is the spirit of Hajj? Do people really believe this is pleasing to God? I am really interested in hearing people's opinions. http://switch3.castup.net/cunet/gm.asp?ai=...=991wmv&ak=null
  24. When Peter and John were speaking to the people, I believe the Jewish priests and the Sadducees were referring to the fact that they were not learned in the way of rulers, elders and priests to be able to preach as they did to the 5,000 men listening. Archaeological discoveries now show that reading and writing was widely practiced in Jesus day. Scrolls found in caves south of the Qumran caves were not only fragments of Biblical scrolls but also many letters. They were written in Greek and Aramaic. I apologise. I thought you were agreeing with slocym.
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