posted on Mar, 21 2013 @ 09:41 PM
Originally posted by astronomine
If you're just "discussing something that popped into your head", why not respond to legitimate inquiries about your OP and have a real discussion?
Legitimate inquires have been almost non existent as for as I have seen. The all break down to “are you attacking islam”. “he was crazy, ignore
him”, or “your source is invalid”.
There is only one actual post in the entire thread that points to something I said in the original post that is wrong.
Where I stated hanna is the only dye that muslims are allowed to use. Lacrimaererum pointed out where that is simply not true.
Yes, he is right. I made a misstatement. Hanna is the preferred dye (not the only dye), because that is what the prophet used. Using it signifies your
devotion to the prophet.
All the other posts in the thread can be classified as attack post that don’t disprove any of the conclusions in the OP, and thus, I have learned to
ignore them because the only reason they post them is to try and muddle down the conversation to the point that people start ignoring the continuing
By cutting out all the peripheral babble and only quoting the key argument of a post, I am merely trying to keep the conversation on track and stop it
from diverging into useless babble, which a lot of people on this thread want it to turn into.
Why quote something if it does not pertain to the reply?
edit on 21-3-2013 by Mr Tranny because: (no reason given)