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Temple Mount and maybe a third intifada

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posted on Jul, 17 2017 @ 09:14 AM
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a reply to: hounddoghowlie

Sorry but you are wrong. All the abrhamic religions are connected.


You are right Islam is indeed the final religion, and this is because everything that was needed to be taught to mankind, directly from God, had been satisfied.

Religions are sent to suit the time of their descent. This has been the case for Judaism and Christianity. Islam, however, was sent to be the final religion that takes into consideration all times; present and future.

For instance, Judaism is based on being powerful, because at the time, power and endurance was needed. Christianity was more of a loving religion, based on empathy and forgiving. Islam is a mixture of both; it teaches one to be strong in order to be able to forgive, whilst in strength.

In truth, all Abrahamic religions are considered to be Islam. In the Qur'an it says: (3:19) "In fact, religion to Allah is Islam (submission to his will)."

In the Qur'an, as well, God says that Muhammad (the messenger of Islam), has been mentioned in the Bible and the Tourah (7:157): "For those who follow the prophet whom is illiterate (referring to Muhammad, as he did not read nor write), they will find him mentioned in the Tourah and Bible..."

The reality is that Abraham, himself, was a Muslim, even before all religions came to be. It says in the Qur'an: (3:67) "Abraham was neither Jew nor Christian, but he was a Muslim Hanafi*, and he was not a polytheist*/non-believer."

Sorry I know that's a hard pill to swallow. But you will appreciate this information.




posted on Jul, 17 2017 @ 09:43 AM
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originally posted by: hounddoghowlie
a reply to: DarkPalSFO

before that most arabs were polytheistic. as a matter of fact in the arabian peninsula Christianity was the dominant faith.


You contradict your self so much. First you say most arabs were polytheistic then you claim most of the Arabian peninsula was Christinan. Unless there were arabs at other places then the Arabian peninsula at the time you are referring to please be more clear when you try to make statements like these. Don't try to sound smart when you actually come off just as stupid as the person you were trying to defend!
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posted on Jul, 17 2017 @ 11:39 AM
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originally posted by: DarkPalSFO
a reply to: Gothmog

You are right that it belongs to Islam. But before 1947 the land was called Palestine. When the British ruled the land of was called Palestine. The Temple Mount belonged to Palestine. As much as you would like to erase the history you can't deny facts.



And that is "history" as you call it.................. Not today. The powers that be controlling Jerusalem are the IDF and Israel runs the place. Nothing is going to change, not a hope in hell, bar a nuclear attack on Israel, then we all die in the Sansom state. Like it or lump it Jerusalem is Israeli and they aint go let it go.



posted on Jul, 17 2017 @ 11:41 AM
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a reply to: DarkPalSFO

you better go break out some real history books and get you some learnin, here is a start.

a wiki cause like i always say it's fast,

Until about the fourth century, almost all Arabs practised polytheistic religions.[7] Although significant Jewish and Christian minorities developed, polytheism remained the dominant belief system in pre-Islamic Arabia.[1][8] The religious beliefs and practices of the nomadic Bedouin were distinct from those of the settled tribes of towns such as Mecca.[9] Nomadic religious belief systems and practices are believed to have included fetishism, totemism and veneration of the dead but were connected principally with immediate concerns and problems and did not consider larger philosophical questions such as the afterlife.[9] Settled urban Arabs, on the other hand, are thought to have believed in a more complex pantheon of deities.[9] While the Meccans and the other settled inhabitants of the Hejaz worshiped their gods at permanent shrines in towns and oases, the Bedouin practised their religion on the move.
Religion in pre-Islamic Arabia


yes i did misspeak, i should have said one of. you do realize that polytheistic means more than one god right. but as you see Jewish and Christian minorities did develop and ol mo was a johnny come lately.
if the wiki is not good enough for you there are literally thousands and thousands that say the same.

and just so you know Abraham was a Sumerian and they were polytheistic to. Abraham was born in Ur of the Chaldees, which was located in Lower Mesopotamia, in Sumer. his father made idols of other gods.

go educate yourself them come back.
Denny your Ignorance.

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ETA: many believe that Abraham's father (Terah) was also a horite priest and descendant of nimrod. and that all of them were Ku#es who were definitely polytheistic.
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posted on Jul, 17 2017 @ 12:38 PM
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a reply to: DarkPalSFO

and i got one question about Abraham being a Hanafi. how could that be when the guy that came up with the Hanafi school of jurisprudence wasn't for even born for a few thousands of years after Abraham.

to educate you some more.

The Hanafi (Arabic: حنفي‎‎ Ḥanafī) school is one of the four religious Sunni Islamic schools of jurisprudence (fiqh).[1] It is named after the scholar Abū Ḥanīfa an-Nu‘man ibn Thābit (d. 767), a tabi‘i whose legal views were preserved primarily by his two most important disciples, Abu Yusuf and Muhammad al-Shaybani. The other major schools of Sharia in Sunni Islam are Maliki, Shafi`i and Hanbali.[2][3]
Hanafi


and this guy was born after ol mo had been dead and gone for about 60 years.


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posted on Jul, 27 2017 @ 03:30 AM
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The removal of proper security system from al-aqsa mosque might have been a very bad idea and an invitation to false flag provocations aimed at depicting palestinians as victims, thereby fomenting pro-islamist, pro al-quaeda and pro-ISIS EU to send more arms to terrorists in Syria and around the world.

This is a very bad idea ... because any attack on the mosque would be exploited in the west as a good reason to trigger further support for islamo-fascists around the middle east.



posted on Jul, 27 2017 @ 12:50 PM
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a reply to: DarkPalSFO

If the Palestinian 'freedom fighters' were so brave and strong. why do they often target unarmed civilians?

legalinsurrection.com...

en.m.wikipedia.org...

Or try to brainwash their children to become bigoted lunatics?
en.m.wikipedia.org...'s_Pioneers

m.jpost.com...



posted on Aug, 1 2017 @ 10:42 AM
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Netanyahu's Shrewd Political Game Behind Jerusalem Violence


After a week of protests characterized by some remarkable Palestinian grassroots nonviolent mobilization, and covered extensively by the international media, Netanyahu backed down. The police commander ordered the metal detectors removed, while the Israeli authorities discuss installing in their place enhanced security cameras with facial recognition technology. Palestinians say this, too, is unacceptable. At first they continued protesting and refused to enter al-Aqsa compound, but ultimately they decided to end their campaign. Palestinians are once again entering the Haram al-Sharif, although Israel threatened to restrict access to women and to men older than fifty.

Now there are three narratives about the events of the past two weeks. There is the version that characterizes this as a Palestinian victory won with impressively organized non-violent action. Another version holds that Netanyahu’s having backed down is evidence that he is not the strong leader Israel needs in the face of Palestinian terrorism. And the third version, which one could call the Israeli mainstream view, holds that the prime minister behaved stupidly and rashly in an effort to save his own skin, thereby undermining Israel’s diplomatic relations with friendly Muslim countries and risking yet another round of military confrontation with the Palestinians.



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