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In the Name of God بسم الله

Khidr (a.s) may be Buddha

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1 hour ago, Waseem162 said:

What you know is wrong. Have you read what Buddha preached?

Yes I re-searched Tibetan Buddhism and Indian Buddhism. They do not have a positive view about Theism and creation. In Buddhism here is no Ibada as well, Besidese the moral laws you should check out Buddhist A-Theology yourself to get a more in depth view about it.

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1 hour ago, Faruk said:

Yes I re-searched Tibetan Buddhism and Indian Buddhism. They do not have a positive view about Theism and creation. In Buddhism here is no Ibada as well, Besidese the moral laws you should check out Buddhist A-Theology yourself to get a more in depth view about it.

Buddhist teachings have been corrupted just like Hinduism.

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16 minutes ago, Faruk said:

Probably yes. Hinduism and Buddhism predate judaism and christianity.

When you read the Vedas and Upanishads you'll find loads of Monotheism. 

Poor people. They were not able to save it from immense fabrication though.

The same happened with Buddhism.

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2 hours ago, AfricanShia said:

Thats not really true. Its probably false accusations.

It's not a false accusation. It's what the buddhists themselves claim. Did you ever read any book about buddhism written by a buddhist?

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2 hours ago, Waseem162 said:

When you read the Vedas and Upanishads you'll find loads of Monotheism. 

Poor people. They were not able to save it from immense fabrication though.

The same happened with Buddhism.

It became something like the religion of Quraish. Allah was still present in their pantheon but surrounded by 360 false deities.

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58 minutes ago, Faruk said:

It's not a false accusation. It's what the buddhists themselves claim. Did you ever read any book about buddhism written by a buddhist?

Why should I trust a Buddhist? They worship a Man who told them not to worship him!! Can you go to a hypocrite for Islamic advice?

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1 hour ago, AfricanShia said:

Why should I trust a Buddhist? They worship a Man who told them not to worship him!! Can you go to a hypocrite for Islamic advice?

Why should you trust a Buddhist? The fact that you claim that Buddha told them not to worship him IS an excerpt from Buddhistic scripture ascribed to Buddha.

Can you show me from that same Buddhistic scripture or another one ascribed to Buddha wherein he tells us to worship the one and only God, Allah instead of himself?

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28 minutes ago, Faruk said:

Why should you trust a Buddhist? The fact that you claim that Buddha told them not to worship him IS an excerpt from Buddhistic scripture ascribed to Buddha.

Can you show me from that same Buddhistic scripture or another one ascribed to Buddha wherein he tells us to worship the one and only God, Allah instead of himself?

You have a brain that can think. Now do you really think that buddhists would allow something like that in their books?

Its a bit naive of you to ask such questions.

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12 minutes ago, AfricanShia said:

You have a brain that can think. Now do you really think that buddhists would allow something like that in their books?

Its a bit naive of you to ask such questions.

We'll never know.

Someone who tells us to not to worship him is not automatically a believer and worshipper of God unless he himself or the Quran stated this.

If not then you're conclusion is one derived from assumption and not objective thinking.

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11 hours ago, Faruk said:

We'll never know.

Someone who tells us to not to worship him is not automatically a believer and worshipper of God unless he himself or the Quran stated this.

If not then you're conclusion is one derived from assumption and not objective thinking.

We probably do know its just that some people dont like to listen and are too hard headed. :)

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8 hours ago, Dhulfikar said:

Very confusing religion, one of them say yes they believe in god and one group says they don't.

Buddha told them not to worship him, God or gods because salvation lies in one's own self and not in the external world.

That's is why the believe in God, or gods is not relevant to them. It doesn't change their core-belief.
 

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6 minutes ago, Faruk said:

Buddha told them not to worship him, God or gods because salvation lies in one's own self and not in the external world.

That's is why the believe in God, or gods is not relevant to them. It doesn't change their core-belief.
 

But some of them go against his teaching if they worship God, their core belief comes from his teaching. And what salvation is this? Free from world that have no meaning?

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سبحان الله

Knowledge has a limit,

By Al-Mubin,

These people follow not but a man,

Their desire is his resemblance,

They believe in his teachings,

Their desire is not logic,

They follow his footsteps,

Do not approach them,

But with ease and comfort.

 

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17 minutes ago, Dhulfikar said:

But some of them go against his teaching if they worship God, their core belief comes from his teaching. And what salvation is this? Free from world that have no meaning?

To believe in God or gods does not mean one believes he should worship God or gods as well. Buddhists consider creation or the world not as a gift but as the root of suffering. We reincarnate eternally in this world or other worlds unless we seek salvation in the self by the way Buddha thaught us. We will not be reborn again as this world is not more than an illusion and dissapear in Nirvana, a state of non-being.

Their moral codes are not bad but the philosophy behind it isn't Islamic nor comes close to it. The moral code is just a mean to reach Nirvana. They do not believe in the Fire. To be reborn again and again and to live is actually a kind of hell to them.

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:hahaha:  What a question.

 

To be a little kinder...

Buddhism is one of those "l am superior to you" philosophies. As in, "l thought-process this way so you are inferior".  Nothing like this is allowed in lsIam.

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