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Originally posted by lestweforget
Unless of course its the spiritual battle of good verses evil and the roles will be reversed.
Some information your hateful death and sex cult wont admit, Allah is satan, Mohammed is the false prophet and your Mahdi is the final antichrist.
Originally posted by mr-lizard
Originally posted by idonotcollectstamps
This guy is a fundamentalist religious nutter. "One day the flag of Islam will fly over the White house". He says the whole world belongs to Islam and that Sharia law will become the law of the world. I take it that he has never been to the U.S. At least the guy has big dreams I will give him that.
My god man, don't underestimate the UK too. Not that I agree with any portion of this, but if something did happen, then I can see the streets turning very nasty overnight.
Let's hope nothing happens, i'm even doubtful about the safety of protesters and visitors now as it that video just chilled me.
Maybe it's a video / interview designed to scare people but it doesn't feel good.
Enoch Powells "Rivers of Blood" prophesy does seem to be several steps closer to fulfilment these days.
We really need to kick these people out of here if we are to avod a literal bloodbath.
Originally posted by lifeissacred
reply to post by steven704
Just to correct a few points you made
In Islam Christ is viewed as a prophet of God, one of the most noble and greatest prophets who was given the gift of miracles. Many of the early Christians held a similar view of Jesus as Muslims do currently, they viewed Jesus as the messiah, the word of God, a vecile of Gods power and a prophet, a son of God in the sense that he was a strict follower of the laws of moses and was considered a special human being with a special relationship with God. Many modern non-Islamic scholars assert that this similarity between Islam's parallel views about Jesus compared to some early Christians such as the ebionites suggests Muhammad had considerable contact with many early Christians (this is very likely considering some of Muhammad's own relatives were Christian)
If you would like to do some research about these historical and quite numerous Christian sects I'd reccommend studying an early Christian belief called adoptionism.
Muhammad is viewed by Muslims as the seal of the prophets, the final messenger of God to all of humanity, he is revered as an ideal role model, that's why many Muslims try to emulate the prophet and his mannerisms etc, this is the reason many have beards, pray the same way Muhammad did etc. To say they 'knock Jesus down' or 'lower' his status below Muhammad is incorrect. Muslims tend to view the gospels of Jesus as having been corrupted by man, originally the word of God, changed from it's original and therefore the true message being lost to the world. This is why they don't hold Jesus on the exact same level as Muhammad as far as how 'important' he is considered in their daily lives (However Jesus is mentioned by name more often in the Quran than Muhammad is).
Muslims aren't allowed to worship anything other than God, to worship Muhammad would be considered shirk or polytheism which they believe is an unforgivable sin if you knowingly attribute partners to God even after you are introduced to Islam and it's firm beliefs about God being one and completely unique. To say Muslims worship anything other than God would be incorrect as it violates a basic part of their faith, tawhid (monotheism) and would be considered the greatest sin they could perform.
Islam considers all Abrahamic faiths to contain truths, however many Muslims tend to feel that the truths of the bible and the truths within Judaism are flawed because of man's changes to the original message
Quran [2:62]: "Those who believe (in the Qur'an), and those who follow the Jewish (scriptures), and the Christians and the Sabians,- any who believe in Allah and the Last Day, and work righteousness, shall have their reward with their Lord; on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve."
Quran [5:82]: "and nearest among them in love to the believers will you find those who say, 'We are Christians,' because amongst these are men devoted to learning and men who have renounced the world, and they are not arrogant"
I could sit all day copying and pasting quotes but that's going to get us nowhere, read a Quran without any preconcieved ideas and you'll see it's not what you seem to be convinced it is.
Disclaimer: I am neither a Muslim, nor am I trying to prolong these back and forth arguments to derail this thread or create tension, however it is important this information is posted considering the amount of propaganda and general ignorance with regards to the second largest religion in the world.edit on 27-4-2011 by lifeissacred because: to add.edit on 27-4-2011 by lifeissacred because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by lifeissacred
reply to post by lestweforget
As I said get to know some Muslims, read the Quran, learn about the religion and it's history and you'll realise how wrong you are.
Originally posted by Lionhearte
the Qur'an DOES teach violence against infidels. You cannot argue that, or you don't know what the Qur'an teaches.
Originally posted by TribeOfManyColours
At least someone post the link
Muslims against crusades