I just want to go couple of posts back to show deception of this StopS.
Nowhere did SaracenSoldier say, I don't know anything. He just said We don't have all the knowledge as we are just laymen. That's natural for a human being to say that he does not have all the knowledge as he is still learning. This in no way means that he doesn't know anything.
Once again note that nowhere did SaracenSoldier say, I don't know anything or I know nothing. These things were all made by that hypocrite StopS
Now let's highlight the funniest part of this post,
Well, You are certainly a stupid but the word hypocrite will fit better.
Are you the spokesperson of SaracenSoldier or his lawyer? Or is he incapable of speaking for himself?
Deception? By me? Is this what you call deception? Strong words. Strong words for what? For chiding someone who makes a##olute statements requiring a##olute knowledge and then says he does not.
Did SaracenSoldier say he does not have all the knowledge and he is still learning? No! You made that up. You fabricated it. My ethics don't easily allow insults. If not I would now call you a liar, as you seem to be more at ease with your ethical standards.He was addressing me, by saying: "if you want to learn". He did not say " he is still learning". If you quote someone, don't make stuff up, ok?
Since you seem so hung up on the truth, why don't you tell it like it was? I was in a discussion with SaracenSoldier. He said "We don't have all the knowledge as we are just laymen". Is this proper English? No. So I interpreted it to say what he meant: his level of knowledge on this topic is not a##olute and total.
Yet he was making an a##olute and total statement or claim: "Elections are not un-Islamic" Now that is categorically claiming something.
No, it is not normal for a human being to make an a##olute statement and then say he's a layman. Again, you are fabricating something.
So you have misrepresented the scenario, you have made up quotes and fabricated parts of sentences. Good going!
Now you see fit to throw in some insults. What exactly is: "a stupid"?
SaracenSoldier does not understand something and thus asks me whether I am stupid. Instead of being offended, I make a joke of it. Which you don't get. Yeah, I'll try to make them less sophisticated in future.
1. a person who pretends to have virtues, moral or religious beliefs, principles, etc., that he or she does not actually possess, especially a person whose actions belie stated beliefs.
2. a person who feigns some desirable or publicly approved attitude, especially one whose private life, opinions, or statements belie his or her public statements.
Did I pretend in any way? Did I feign something?
You should not use vocabulary you don't understand.
And just for the record: I think this slinging mud at people is primitive and immature. Why can't we just have a normal conversation without personal insults?
All I want is for somebody with some knowledge to define the contents and implications of Sharia.
Edited by StopS, 25 June 2012 - 09:45 PM.