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Originally posted by craig732
I accuse you of lying.
I accuse you of lying about being a muslim; you are not.
If you were muslim, you woud follow everything it says in the koran.
In the koran, it says you are to kill homosexuals, and a bunch of other people.
If you don't folow the koran, how can you claim to be muslim? You have perverted muslim to your beliefs, making it not muslim anymore. Pick a new name for your religion.edit on 6-3-2011 by craig732 because: (no reason givenedit on 6-3-2011 by craig732 because: (no reason given)
Mod Note: The END of Hate Speech, subtle or otherwise, on ATSedit on 3/6/2011 by maria_stardust because: (no reason given)
Well said. If you wan't to call yourself a Muslim, or at least be a consistent Muslim then don't pick and choose which despicable ethics to adhere to, otherwise your just editing your own religion. Remember Islam isn't reformed like Christianity, I don't think it wants to reform itself either. extra DIV
Originally posted by My.mind.is.mine
reply to post by hawaii50th
The same place you emerged from, a womans womb genius.
“And he (Jesus) shall surely be a Sign for (the coming of) the Hour (of Judgment): therefore have no doubt about the (Hour), but follow ye Me: this is a Straight Way.” Chapter 43:Verse 61
"But when the forbidden months are past, then fight and slay the Pagans wherever ye find them, and seize them, beleaguer them, and lie in wait for them in every stratagem (of war); but if they repent, and establish regular prayers and practice regular charity, then open the way for them..."
Originally posted by fakedirt
reply to post by Stormdancer777
i copied and pasted to the address bar.
apologies for the mistake
Monks by Night and Knights by Day Then Al-Haqq (SWT) showed mankind the connection between the individual responsibility, such as prayer and fasting, with ones responsibility towards the community, showing them that the first was a means to the second, and that the correct belief was the foundation of both of these, so that there could be no way for some people to shirk their individual obligations by arguing that they were carrying out their communal ones, nor could there be any way for others to shirk their communal duty with the argument that they were preoccupied with their ritual obligations totally absorbed in their communion with Allah . How precise and wise is the saying, "Who is fairer in speech than Allah?" O Muslims, worshipping your Lord, striving to make your religion strong, and honouring your Sacred Law, is your duty in this life. For if you perform these as they should be performed, you will be amongst those who are saved; but if you perform only some of them or neglect them altogether, then I quote to you the words of Allah (SWT): ‘Did you then think that We created you in play (without a purpose), and that you would not be brought back to Us? Almighty is Allah the King, the Truth!’ (Surat-an-Nur (23), ayahs 115-116) From the descriptions of the Companions of Muhammad (PBUH), since Allah chose them above His creation, and the pious forefathers, occurs the following: ‘Monks by night and knights by day.’ You can just see one of them at night, standing in his oratory, clutching his beard, sincerely murmuring and weeping saying: ‘O world, allure some other than myself!’ And when at the break of dawn and the call to arms rings out, summoning the fighter to jihad, you would seen him, a wolf on the back of his mount, shouting the war cry, which the entire battlefield resounded with. By Allah, what was this amazing connection, that strange combination, that unique mixture between the work and affairs of this life to that of the next? Why, it is nothing but Islam, which combines the best of everything!
It Is Time for Us to Understand The Muslims formerly understood this and acted accordingly, their faith impelling them to sacrifice themselves on its behalf. These days, however, the Muslims differ widely in their understanding of their duty. They have made use of allegorical interpretations and theories about the absoluteness of Allah’s attributes to justify their slackness and sloth. One of them will say to you ‘The time for jihad and work is long over.’ Another will dampen your zeal by saying that the means are lacking and the Islamic nations are shackled. A third will be content to give his religion lip service, talking about it day and night, but satisfied to limit his religious duties simply to bowing which he performs without any inner conviction. No, no, brothers! The Qur’an which is in your possession calls out to you clearly and unambiguously: ‘Only those are the believers who have believed in Allah and His Apostle, [and then have not doubted] but have striven with their wealth and their persons in Allah’s way these are the truthful’ (Surat-al-Hujuraat (49) ayah 15) And in the Sunnah, the Prophet (PBUH) tells you: ‘When people are stingy with their money, buy and sell on credit, follow the tails of cattle, and abandon jihad in Allah’s way, Allah Almighty will inflict a humiliation upon them which He will not lift from them until they go back to their religion’ [Imam Ahmad related this in his Musnad, as has At-Tabarani in Al-Kabir and Al-Bayhaqi in the Shu’ab Al-Imaan on the authority of ‘Abdullah Ibn Umar.] And you may read in your books of jurisprudence all that has been written, both in ancient and modern times, on the question of when jihad is a collective responsibility and when it is an individual one. The facts and their implications are clear yet what is this lethargy that has settled over you? What is this hopelessness that has seized your minds, so that they neither remember nor awaken? Muslims, this is a period of rebuilding: re build yourselves, and your Umma will as a consequence be rebuilt! This divine commandment requires your souls to believe and your hearts to be pure; therefore work to strengthen your faith and to purify yourselves. It demands of you self sacrifice in terms of wealth and struggle; therefore prepare yourselves. What you possess is temporary, but the things of Allah endure, for surely Allah has bought from the believers their persons and their wealth, in that Paradise is theirs, which has a breadth the size of the heavens and the earth.