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salafi_boy

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  1. most palestinians do not follow all the correct sunnah, often they encourage mixing of the sexes and wearing the garment below the ankle, for this they deserve to be punished in my opinion.
  2. yeah, whatever!! good luck finding the babies under the rubble. :)
  3. well i put the word in inverted commas because I do not believe that most of those who are dying are innocent. they are support hezbollah which is a non-muslim organisation sponsored by the non-muslim country of Iran and are instigating aggresssion against Israel.
  4. well the lebanese under the control of Iran started this war, now Israel will be forced to finish it.... hopefully taking as many "innocent" lives as possible. the security of the middle east and the state of Israel depends on a crushing defeat of the Lebanese aggression.
  5. Well, although some christians do disagree about certain fundamentals of christian doctrine, its necessary to point out that there is a braod consensus of mainstream christian teaching, esp when it comes to the nature of God. Now I'm not trying to berate the brothers, but if we are Muslims we should want to Islamicize the whole world, I simply mean, we want everyone to come to Islaam, to submit to ALLAAH (SWT), I do not mean anyone should be forced, but I am confident most people will come to Islaam, if ALLAAH (SWT) permits. The best way to encourage christians to come to truth is to debate with them respectfully and with KNOWLEGE.... Then we can present Islaam in the best way. As regards the beliefs that are often misunderstood, the trinity is first, then matters relating to salvation. Now on the second point there is disagreement amongst the christians, and we should therefore educate ourselves about these disagreements, and know what type of christian we are talking to, and what they are likely to believe. I know many wonderful christians, who I love dearly (my own mother for a start) and calling them Polytheists, saying they worship three gods, or that they are all involved in some kind of global conspiracy against Islaam is quite disrespectful, and not suitable behaviour for a person who should behave with dignity and humility, a muslim. Islaam is the TRUTH, everyone needs it, but many people are confused, let us be the tools for ALLAAH (SWT) in bringing everyone to the truth, and let us be humble and respectful in our approach. Son of Placid, I would like to apologise on behalf of Muslims for that slur against you and those who share your belief, hopefully the individual who made that remark will repent or may God have mercy upon him.
  6. (bismillah) Hey everybody, I know you are all interested in sharing the truth with christians, and I am too, but the more i read the posts by brothers and sisters, the more frustrated I become. Very few of the Muslims seem to understand properly what Christians believe, and seem somewhat unwilling to try and understand. I am Muslim but I was raised in a Catholic home and It is offensive even to me to see what sloppy conceptions of Christian belief so many of the dear brothers and sisters have. If you attempt ot make dawah to Christians by refuting what you think are their beliefs when actually they are not their true beliefs then it will encourage the Christian to think that Islaam and Muslims are ignorant and foolish, God forbid. We need to Islamicize the whole world, and we will do it, but by understanding the beliefs of those in a state of ignorance we will be more effective for spreading the religion of ALLAAH (SWT) and God willing we will achieve the Jannah. Thanks for reading my post, and please think about it. :)
  7. Hmmmm, the dietary regulations of Islaam are made clear in the Qura'aan and in the AUTHENTIC ahadeeth... good enough for me.
  8. I agree, this kind of non-sense is laughable. Conspiracy theories are always shrouded in mystery because there is little evidence for them. I live in N. Ireland, and the kind of anti-catholic propaganda is rife here (from evangelical protestants).
  9. Ok, bizzarely I am goin to try to explain the christian position to you, although I disagree with it. God in christianity is one BEING, but that BEING exists in the form of three distinct PERSONS. there is a distinction to be made between BEING and PERSONHOOD. The teaching is that although the three PERSONS are distinct, they are of the same divine essence as one another, and consequently are one God, existing in three eternal persons. Now the divine essence is not divided, it is always whole by its very nature, so Jesus was fully God, but also with God and in terms of his life and death on earth submissive to God, having what is described as a "bondmans form", although it is important to note he was not a bondman (slave) because he was sinless, but had the form of one.... so accordingly he could pray for help, be tempted and suffer, nessecarily so infact for the redemption and justification wrought at calvary to be possible at all. The bible does not teach that the divine person who became the man Jesus was always the son of God, that role or postion was assumed by him, and he will continue in it for all eternity, Psalms 15 is helpful here, "thou art my son, this day have I begotten thee..." so the position of sonship was not eternal, but adopted in relation to the incarnation.
  10. well eating the flesh of pigs is haram because al-qur'aan says it is. although i is permitted for a brother to marry a kaffir, it is unadvisable because it can cause misunderstandings and confuse any resulting children when it comes to the deen and the purity of Islaam.
  11. Well, its important to realise there are siginificant reasons for doubting the existence of God or infact the meaningfulness of religious language. Many people would argue that there is no clear reason to believe anything was created, who created God they would ask? and if you say "God always existed, he is eternal" then they would suggest perhaps the universe is eternal and always existed in the absence of any transcendent creator.
  12. Note from Mod: I think we have enough of you here. Goodbye
  13. It is mentioned in Sahih Muslim vol. 2 pp 459-60, No. 2116-2118 “Jabir said : Allaah’s Messenger forbade that the graves should be plastered or, they be used as sitting places (for the people), or a building should be built over them” [Also in Sahih Muslim vol. 2 Hadith No. 2114 (also see 2115)] I heard the messenger of Allaah commanding (us) to level the grave. 'Abdullaah Ibn Sharjeel Hasanah said: "I saw ‘Uthmaan Ibn ‘Affaan order the leveling of the graves. So it was said to him: 'This is the grave of Umm ‘Amr the daughter of ‘Uthmaan!' However, he commanded that it too should be leveled." [Related by Ibn Abee Shaybah in al-Musannaf (4/138) and Aboo Zur‘ah in at-Taareekh (22/2) with an authentic chain of narrators] From Abul-Hayyaaj al-Asadee who said: "‘Alee Ibn Abee Taalib said to me: 'Shall I not send you for what the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) sent me? That you deface all statues and pictures and that you level all elevated graves." [Related by Muslim (3/61), Aboo Daawood (3/70), an-Nisaa‘ee (1/285) and others] So if we cannot construct anything on the grave then how can Mazar exist, and when there is no existence of Mazar, where is the question of visiting it. Jundub Ibn ‘Abdullaah al-Bajalee said that he heard the Prophet (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) say - five days before he died: "Verily those before you took the graves of their Prophets and righteous people as places of worship, so do not take the graves as places of worship. Indeed I forbid you from this!" [Related by Muslim (2/67-68), Aboo ‘Awaanah (1/104) and others] From Aboo Hurayrah that the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: "O Allaah, do not turn my grave into an idol. May the curse of Allaah be upon those who take the graves of their Prophets as places of worship." [Related by Ahmad (no. 7352), Ibn Sa‘d (2/241-242) and others. Its chain of narrators is Authentic] Aboo Burdah said: "Aboo Moosaa al-Ash‘aree advised us before he died, saying: 'You should hasten with my janaazah…and do not put in my lahad (a cleavage in the side of the grave where the body is placed) anything that will come between me and the earth, nor build anything over my grave. So bear witness that I am free of those women who shave their heads, tear their clothes or beat their cheeks.' They said: 'Did you hear anything about this?' He said: 'Yes, from the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)!'" [Related by Ahmad (4/397) with a strong chain of narrators] 'Abdullaah Ibn Sharjeel Hasanah said: "I saw ‘Uthmaan Ibn ‘Affaan order the leveling of the graves. So it was said to him: 'This is the grave of Umm ‘Amr the daughter of ‘Uthmaan!' However, he commanded that it too should be leveled." [Related by Ibn Abee Shaybah in al-Musannaf (4/138) and Aboo Zur‘ah in at-Taareekh (22/2) with an authentic chain of narrators] From Abul-Hayyaaj al-Asadee who said: "‘Alee Ibn Abee Taalib said to me: 'Shall I not send you for what the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) sent me? That you deface all statues and pictures and that you level all elevated graves.'" [Related by Muslim (3/61), Aboo Daawood (3/70), an-Nisaa‘ee (1/285) and others]
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