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Started by aa1234779, August 20, 2017, 07:35 AM
QuoteI wish you were right aa1234779. But I'm a bit puzzled. If God was so powerful, I'm wondering if there would be as many problems on the planet.You should tell us where the Islamic caliphate and the generous caliph are, there are Syrian panhandlers sit on mattresses or sleeping in tents strewn with garbage on the avenue de Clichy who are waiting for your answer.
QuoteWell, I'm sure Maher is reading this topic with interest, not to say impatience. And I remember he was saying in a topic a few years ago that God had no son. He seemed a bit abashed when he was asked: what about Jesus? (at least that's the case for both Muslims and Protestants who think Jesus is not the son of God). Actually, you are a bit like him: you have a literary interpretation of religion, but it seems you don't feel free to give constructive criticism.
QuoteFrankly, do you think that a Caliphate forcing some communities to pay the Jizya would be attractive?
QuoteI also know that Judas Iscariot is not quoted in the Koran. Then do you believe Judas was crucified on the cross, in a case of mistaken identity instead of Jesus (I'm going to call him Issa, his Arabic name, in case you don't know him). Muslims teach that Judas Iscariot, the betrayer and thief, is the real saviour of Christians: it was actually Judas who actually died on the cross and because Judas had a similar physical appearance to Jesus even his own mother didn't recognize him at the foot of the cross. For 600 years Christians had been preaching Christ crucified.
QuoteThen Muhammad comes along, jumps off his camel and gets a direct revelation from God that the universal record of history and the 10,000 manuscripts of the Bible, are all wrong. The idea that Judas was crucified instead of Christ is a bit outrageous, what do you think about it?
Quote from: scarface on August 29, 2017, 02:30 PMIt's impressive, you have a lot of knowledge. My conclusion is simple : I won't invite you for a barbecue at my father's (pork cutlets after a little glass of Pastis). Or we'll have to change the menu. (I don't know if you drink alcohol, but I guess you don't). I don't know if Maher is in favor of Sharia, but he must be thinking you are even more "jusqu'au-boutiste" than him.
Quote from: aa1234779 on August 29, 2017, 05:19 PMhahaha I love barbecues too bad for me.. What's with the comparison to Maher (May Allah preserve him) in every post here? I haven't had the honor to know him, but I'm sure that he as a person coming from a Muslim culture has his own views on these issues. Disagreement can be a mercy. Sometimes.
QuoteI'm currently in a little park. It's hot here. And with this heatwave it was hard to work today.I still don't know the whereabouts of our friend aa1234779, but I'm sure I'll know it one day.
QuoteAnd a little French lesson for aa1234779: You can say "Je veux un barbecue de sardines" but if you don't pronouce it very well and say "Je veux rejoindre Ansar Dine", the meaning is totally different.A bad joke, I guess.
QuoteAnyways, I try to keep my location to myself for privacy reasons.
Quote from: scarface on August 29, 2017, 11:28 PMQuoteAnyways, I try to keep my location to myself for privacy reasons.Because if you tell me you are in Lahore, and you are very happy, I can believe you. If you are currently in a cafÃ© in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, drinking a beer, and telling me there is nothing better than Sharia, then I would think you're an hypocrite. In this case, it's true, you could be afraid I might pack my suitcase and go to your palace.No matter anyway.and here is a movie if you didn't watch it yet (les visiteurs, with english subtitles): https://ufile.io/q5ejd
Quote from: aa1234779 on August 29, 2017, 11:02 PMAnyways, I try to keep my location to myself for privacy reasons. What does that make me?