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The UN and HRW and Buddies Can Only Watch and Report: Allah Will Fix the Problems

24 May

Of course, Prophet Muhammad, peace on him, never said people should be killed for abandoning Islam. Rather, the Qur’an says, “There’s no compulsion in religion.” That’s the truth. It’s another fact that illiterate so-called Muslim men invented countless sayings in the name of Muhammad.

 

 

 

 

And, what you do is to torture, oppress and kill innocent Muslims because you can’t find bin Laden and buddies, previously the buddies of Bush, etc. You imagine that all innocent Muslims are on the side of illiterate radicals. So you become as unjust as the bin Ladens.

 

 

 

 

Hamas brainwash videos.

(Note: Jews are “People of the Book” in the Holy Koran; Zionists do not follow Mosaic law; they also kill Orthodox Jews).

 

 

 

 

Iraqi curses Bush, etc.

 

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Pakistanis Want to Visit Israel, Too

16 May

Jews, Christians, Muslims: Remember One God?

14 May

Muslims are unsafe among Jews and Christians today. Christians are unsafe among Jews and Muslims. Jews are unsafe among Muslims and Christians. But they all believe in the same God whose commands remain unchanged.

The innocents among them fear oppressive politicians and their sidekicks, the terrorists, who wouldn’t allow them to come to terms with each other, that is, peaceful coexistence. Perhaps even love would have been possible?

Let’s build a new world without politicians and their sidekicks. Let’s stop paying attention to them. What Obama? Zardari, who? — Ants before God, insignificant people becoming big in our heads.

O People of the Book! Let us rally to a common formula to be binding on both us and you: That we worship none but God; that we associate no partners with Him; that we erect not, from among ourselves, lords and patrons other than God. (Qur’an: Surah Al ‘Imran, 64)

 

Christians fleeing the Middle East

The Pope visited Jordan. The Christians are fleeing the region

Christians used to be a vital force in the Middle East. They dominated Lebanon and filled top jobs in the Palestinian movement. In Egypt, they were wealthy beyond their number.

In Iraq, they packed the universities and professions. But as Pope Benedict XVI wends his way across the Holy Land this week, he is addressing a dwindling and threatened Christian population driven to emigration by political violence, lack of economic opportunity and the rise of radical Islam.

A region that a century ago was 20 per cent Christian is about 5 per cent today and dropping. In Lebanon, Christians now amount to a quarter of the population. A century ago there were millions of Christians in what is today Turkey; now there are 150,000. In Bethlehem, Christians now make up barely a third of the population after centuries of being 80 per cent. Of the 1.4 million Christians in Iraq in 2003, nearly half have fled.

Source: New York Times.

Qur’anic Inspiration for the Great Recession

8 May

Would the Great Recession quell the American lust for war? Let’s see what the Qur’an says:

 

…Only some offspring among his own folk believed in Moses because of fear for Pharaoh and his councillors, lest he might put them to some test. Pharaoh was so haughty on earth and besides he was a dissipated man. Moses said: “My people, if you believe in God, then rely on Him if you are Muslims.” They said: “On God do we rely. Our Lord, do not turn us into a trial for wrongdoing folk! Save us through Your mercy from such disbelieving folk!”

 

So We inspired Moses and his brother [as follows]: “Settle your people down in houses in Egypt and turn your houses into shrines; keep up prayer and announce good news to believers.” Moses said: “Our Lord, You have given Pharaoh and his councillors splendor and wealth during worldly life. Our Lord, is it so they may lead [us] off from Your way? Our Lord, wipe out their wealth and firm up their hearts so they may not believe until they see painful torment.” He said: “Your appeal has been answered, so act straightforward and do not follow along the way of those who do not know.”