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Famous last words. - What did they say before dying...

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[b:post_uid0]Famous Last Words.[/b:post_uid0]

[i:post_uid0]The inevitable end will come to us all, we will all fall victim to the looming claws of the grim reaper. But what will we leave behind us... how will we be remembered? Our last words are a keepsake, a memory of us and the lives we lived.[/i:post_uid0]

Dying is a very dull dreary affair. My advice to you is to have nothing to do with it. -- W. Somerset Maugham

Go away...I'm all right -- H.G Wells

Friends applaud; the comedy is over -- Ludwig Von Beethoven

Now comes the mystery -- Henry Ward Beecher

The executioner is, I believe, very expert; and my neck is very slender -- Anne Boleyn

Patriotism is not enough. I must have no hatred or bitterness towards anyone. -- Nurse Cavell (before facing a German firing squad in 1915)

I suffer nothing, but I feel a sort of difficulty in living longer. -- Fontenelle

It don't signify, my dearest, dearest Liz. -- CJ Fox (to his wife)

Let us now relieve the Romans of their fears by the death of a feeble old man. -- Hannibal

I am taking a fearful leap in the dark. -- Hobbes

Light, more light! -- Goethe

If I had strength to hold a pen I would write down how easy and pleasant a thing it is to die. -- Dr. William Hunter

Let us pass over the river, and rest under the shade of the trees. -- Stonewall Jackson

Severn - I - lift me up - I am dying - I shall die easy; don't be frightened - be firm, and thank God it has come. -- Keats

So little done, so much to do. -- CJ Rhodes

I don't know what I may seem to the world. But as to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore and diverting myself now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than the ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me. -- Newton

Die, my dear doctor? That is the last thing I shall do. -- Palmeston

There are six guineas for you and do not hack me as you did my Lord Russell -- Duke of Monmouth (to his executioner)

Hold your tongue! Your wretched chatter disgusts me. -- Malesherbes (to the priest)

O Allah! Pardon my sins. Yes, I come. --Prophet  Mohammed pbuh

It has all been very interesting. -- Lady Mary Wortley Montagu

Soldiers, save my face; aim at my heart. Farewell. --Murat, King of Naples ( to his firing squad)

Lift me up that I might die standing, not lying down like a cow. -- Siward, the Dane

Make my skin into drumheads for the Bohemian cause. -- John Ziska

Forgive them father for they know not what they do -- Jesus Christ

[i:post_uid0]Source:[/i:post_uid0][b:post_uid0] Death: An inquiry into man's mortal weakness.[/b:post_uid0]

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wow those are all very nice.  Wonderful post bro.

Most of them ofcours would have benafited by saying "Ashhadu an la ilahaila Allah wa mohamadan Rasolollah!"

Regardless, here is what hamlet said:

"The rest is silence. "

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Yes, i didnt note that. This has to be false, ofcourse.

Jesus said "Father, forgive them for they know not what they do." Luke 23:34.

The Jews don't believe that Jesus was the Messiah but even they have record of Jesus birth AND crucifixion. Various disciples have written about it and they were all there. Along comes prophet Muhammed (who wasn't even there) and 700 years later alters these facts.:nono:

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Most christians believe God is an old man with a long white beard who sits on a throne high up in the skies...and holds a stick in his hand!

This concept is not much different from that of Greek Mythology. They view God as a person, and since a person can have a son, so Jesus is God's son. This is all a myth...nothing more !

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Most christians believe God is an old man with a long white beard who sits on a throne high up in the skies...and holds a stick in his hand!

This concept is not much different from that of Greek Mythology. They view God as a person, and since a person can have a son, so Jesus is God's son. This is all a myth...nothing more !

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There's no need to reply. Because it would be in vain.

Peace,

Dhulfiqar

"None are as blind as those who will not see."

Not surprising in the least.

Peace to you also

salaam alaykum wr wb,

way2go, i don't believe it's a matter of not being willing to see, but we've heard the christians' story of (naouzobillah) Prohpet Jesus's (as) crucification many times as it is, & if we aren't convinced yet then it [i:post_uid0]would[/i:post_uid0] be in vain.

by the way, do u even know the muslim's perspective of Prophet Jesus's(as) death?

salaam

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I thought Jesus's last words were

Matthew 27:46 and Mark 15:34 Respectively " And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? that is to say, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? "

Amir Al Mu'mineens  (as) last words were " Peace upon you my Lords messengers (to the angels), For the like of this let all strive, who wish to strive. "  :cry:  :cry:

Only if we were the dust on your shoes maulai.

Wassalaam

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(salam)

way2go wrote:

No Christian I know of believes this garbage. Since when did you become the expert on what Christians believe?

[i:post_uid1]So God created humankind in his image. In the image of God he created him, male and female he created them. - [Genesis] [/i:post_uid1]

Commenting on this, Rev. Lee Woofenden says:

[i:post_uid1]Though we may chuckle a bit at the idea of God as a bearded old man sitting on a throne in heaven, [b:post_uid1]it is not so far off the track.[/b:post_uid1] .... So for those early people who, like Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, spoke to God face to face, "walking with him in the garden," God had a face, a body, arms, legs, and so on. And of course, as Christians, [b:post_uid1]we can picture God in the very human form of Jesus Christ[/b:post_uid1], our Lord.

[http://www.leewoof.org/leewoof/index.htm] [/i:post_uid1]

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I wish I never done it.....abu bakr(rastafarian association)

i'm going to hell....Umar

i worked for a poofter...abu lolo

I am a gaylord.....muawiya!

so am I......Yazid!

my dad was a bas****.....Muwayiah the lover of Ali.....the sone of Yazeed(la)!

We are going directly.....sunnis/wahbhis!

just a few infamous words!  oh if I get a temp ban!  Then It was worth it!

Could not resist!

Ya Ali MADAD!  Sorry Ali bro!

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