posted on Jan, 17 2006 @ 05:36 PM
Originally posted by savannah
Here's a link where you can see several pictures of the Muslims worshiping their moon god this year. I
know, they say it's not a moon god, but that's what I think of every time I see their flag, or a picture of a mosque.
How is it that you've resurrected a thread that ended two years ago and have managed to not read any
i am arab myself and muslim in my language it means the things i posted above.God in arabic is "AL Rab"
al-lah doesn't mean 'god', it means something like 'lord'. Similar to how "baal" meant something like "lord", and how Molech means something
like 'lord'. The word "malik' also means something like 'king', and notice that that word is similar to moloch. al-Lah is something along
those lines, its not the word for 'deity' strictly.
in think thats y we put on flags
The crescent moon is a symbol of the turks. Apparently the turks, in their pre-islamic days, had a moon god that was very important to them, and thus
they kept his symbol as the symbol for their flag. I don't know if it was used prior to the turks amoung muslims tho.
see y islam is the most growing religion on the face of this planet
The growth rate for islam is 2.14%, that of christianity 1.36%. However, in the period from 1990-2000, 2.5 million people converted to christianity,
whereas only 866,000 converted to islam. At those rates, by 2050 there will be 3 billion christians, compared to 2.2 billion muslims.
Does that mean that allah ain't no good? That jesus trumps mo? Why would you consider the growth rate to be at all meaningful?
[edit on 17-1-2006 by Nygdan]