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  1. Thirty verses proofs - No crucifixion http://www.tellmeaboutislam.com/30-proofs-no-crucifixion.html Was Jesus crucified on a tree (according to Peter), cross (according to others), or never got crucified (according to Islam)? http://www.answering-christianity.com/was_jesus_crucified.htm The Crucifixion Hoax http://www.answering-christianity.com/abdullah_smith/the_crucifixion_hoax_1.htm Jesus, a Muslim, was Neither Killed, nor Crucified. http://www.missionislam.com/comprel/jesuscrucified.htm CRUCIFIXION OR CRUCI-FICTION Was Jesus Hanged or Crucified?http://discover-the-truth.com/2013/07/16/was-jesus-hanged-or-crucified/ The Crucifixion of Jesus: Fact or Faith?http://www.quranicstudies.com/historical-jesus/the-crucifixion-of-jesus-fact-or-faith/
  2. How is Muhammed (saaw) a Mercy to the world? By Abdullah al Andalusi The Prophet Muhammad (saaw) said: “I was only sent to perfect noble character,” He was declared as a “mercy to all the worlds.” If ‘faith is between the believer and his Lord’ as Liberals and Modernists like to say, then why need Prophet Muhammed (saaw)? How could Muhammed (saaw) perfect the character of others, if he could not force them to be good? Didn’t the Quraysh have morals they inherited from Ibrahim (a.s)? Surely the Quraysh could have worked out the truth for themselves, and had the moral courage to follow it? What about the verse of Quran which says the man’s soul has been inspired as to its right and wrong? Why do human individuals need someone else to tell them something that was already inspired inside them? And if only the noble of mankind would follow the ‘right’ and ‘good’ within himself, what use is it to advise the ignoble sinners to do good, when they are not naturally inclined towards the good and right? What does this verse of Quran mean? ‘Allah would make the burden light for you, for man was created weak.’ (Qur’an 6:28: It means that Humans can do good, but circumstances and ignorance can lead many good souls, to do repeatedly bad things. The only way that the Prophet’s (saaw) original statement makes sense, is the way it was understood by the classical Islamic scholars. Man may feel something is right or wrong, but cannot understand by himself an alternative way of living. Sometimes, they are told lies by the religion/ideology or culture of their society, or learn to do bad as they grow older, without guidance, believing it to be the ‘pragmatic’ or ‘necessary’ thing to do. The Prophet (saaw)’s mercy, was that he brought laws (which man could not deduce by himself) which taught man how to live harmoniously with other humans and the world, in an intended natural state. These laws were a re-iteration of the revelation which had previously come down to all nations before – but had their messages corrupted, leaving only some morals behind. The Prophet (saaw) was commanded by Allah (swt) to establish these laws by an ordained political system that safeguards and promotes these noble values underpinning society, and helps humans who are weak, to attain nobility by eliminating public temptations to and pressures towards evil, and reinforces good alternatives and positive motivations. The Prophet (saaw) is a mercy to mankind because the Shariah (revealed law) tells humans how to live – as humans by themselves cannot deduce a system to regulate the complex creatures that humans are: If you obeyed most of those on earth, they would lead you away from the path of Allah. They follow nothing but speculation – they are merely guessing.” (Qur’an 6:115-116) “Believers, if you have mindfulness of Allah, He will give you a criterion, and will cleanse you of your sins and forgive you. Allah’s favour is indeed immense.” (Qur’an 8:29) The Shariah is here to HELP US attain nobility by removing the trials and obstacles we put in front of ourselves and each other. The Shariah makes the path to nobility and good actions – easy. When public temptations are removed, the good intentioned – yet weak – souls will find righteousness easy, the evil souls will confine their evil to the privacy of their homes (as hypocrites), and the strong righteous souls will reach the greatest heights of achievement, which pre-Islamic society had previously made difficult for them. “And We have revealed the Book to you which has clear explanation of everything, and a GUIDANCE, MERCY and good news for those who submit.” (Qur’an 16:89) Although the Prophet Muhammed (saaw) has passed away, the mercy he brought to the world, is ever waiting to brighten the face of mankind once again.
  3. Ezra Son Or Not?

    http://jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/13912-son-of-god http://biblesaints.blogspot.se/2011/07/saint-ezra-and-saint-silas-one-ot-saint.html
  4. Where Is Jesus In The Quran.

    This may help: http://www.gawaher.com/topic/740660-who-is-jesus-peace-be-upon-him-is-jesus-our-creator/
  5. Atheists Are Hypocrites

    The dirty face of atheists: http://www.thedailybeast.com/cheats/2013/09/10/richard-dawkins-pedophilia-s-okay.html
  6. Who Said The Bible Is Corrupted?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD899DPWMzc
  7. salam alaikum It's from the israeli channel link given above.
  8. Egypt Coup Prime Minister Interview Cites 'Exceptional Times Where Atrocities Are Committed' He thinks that muslims that don't support his coup deserve a genocide. Reporter: But the prime minister acknowledged the brutal crackdown could mean prolonged bloodshed, which is exactly what worries america, in a country, an ally that's been vital to the stability of this region. Are you worried that the muslim brotherhood is going to radicalize? That this will drive them problem? I think this is a risk. Reporter: And the killing of the supporters of the democratically-elected president, the prime minister compared it to the u. S. Involvement in world war ii and vietnam. There are times when atrocities are committed. But this does not mean that this is a way of life. You people went to the world second war. Reporter: A really stunning comparison. But the egyptian prime minister says he has no remorse for what has happened here. http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/egypt-news-prime-minister-interview-cites-exceptional-times-20020918
  9. salam alaikum http://www.i24news.tv/en/news/international/middle-east/130823-restituting-the-world-s-perception-of-egypt-an-exclusive-interview-with-egypt-s-deputy-fm i24news is a 24-hour news and current affairs television channel based in Jaffa Port, Tel Aviv, israel. It broadcasts in English, French and Arabic.
  10. "Zionist" Egyptian Presidency spokesman to "israeli" channel: Hamas is a terrorist group Ehab Badawi, Spokesman of Egypt's interim presidency, is on a mission to rebrand Egypt post-coup and spoke to i24news in an exclusive interview. "The international community calls Hamas a terrorist group, but not the Muslim Brotherhood. Hamas is the Muslim Brotherhood, it is the armed wing of the brotherhood settled in Palestine," Badawi continued. The Gaza-based terror organization Hamas was founded in 1987 as an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood and until June 2011 received a large percentage of its funding directly from the Egyptian mother organization. "So why does the world want to make the Muslim Brotherhood the victims?"
  11. Islam/christianity. Which Is The Oldest Religion?

    Hello http://islamicnafahat.wordpress.com/2012/07/19/all-prophets-were-muslims/
  12. Muslim-Christian Debate, Here

    Jesus or the anonymous John ?
  13. What excuse do you give to someone who burns an entire masjid on fire along with all the worshippers?!!! I saw the pictures and I will not upload them as they are way too graphic!! The corpses were burnt alive while they were reading the Quran. The Quran pages are all burnt over their bodies. Ya Allah. May Allah raise them from the Shuhudaa.
  14. The brave egyptian army: new massacre Initial photos:(graphic) https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BRni_f4CMAAjqQ3.jpg:large
  15. Egypt under attack ! israel Launches First Deadly Drone Strike Within Egypt's Borders Sinai bombing is in collaboration with Egyptian military and police crackdown - Sarah Lazare, staff writer In what is believed to be israel's first drone strike in Egypt's borders, israeli Air Force drones fired missiles on Egypt's Sinai peninsula Friday, killing at least five people, Egyptian authorities report.(Photo: Ariel Schalit/AP) israel reportedly collaborated with Egyptian military and intelligence on the attack, as Egyptian military and police forces escalate deadly attacks in the Sinai. Egyptian officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, claimed that the people killed were suspected militants, but these reports could not be verified. israel's military has so far refused to acknowledge the attack, though one anonymous israeli source told Haaretz, "We are aware of increased activity of the Egyptian military against terrorism across Sinai." The bombings follow a statement earlier this week from Egyptian military spokesman Ahmed Ali that, since July 5, the military and police have 'cracked down' on alleged "terrorists and jihadists" in Sinai, leaving at least 124 people dead or injured and destroying at least 102 tunnels connecting Egypt to Gaza. The Egyptian military attacks accompany an aggressive israeli military buildup. Last month, the israeli government announced it had installed rocket launchers and military helicopters in the Sinai Peninsula, in keeping with what israel says is allowed by its peace treaty with Egypt. Critics charge that unfounded claims of terrorist targets have long been used by the israeli and Egyptian governments to justify military buildup in the Sinai Peninsula and impose collective punishment on nearby Gaza. The israeli government has heavily lobbied the U.S. to continue military aid to Egypt, despite U.S. laws prohibiting aid for military coups.
  16. Misunderstanding Homosexuality

    ‘Identical Twin Studies Prove Homosexuality is Not Genetic’ Eight major studies of identical twins in Australia, the U.S., and Scandinavia during the last two decades all arrive at the same conclusion: gays were not born that way. http://bloggingtheology.wordpress.com/2013/08/09/identical-twin-studies-prove-homosexuality-is-not-genetic/
  17. Muslim-Christian Debate, Here

    1. JESUS (PBUH) "IS A WORD FROM Allah" NOT "THE WORD OF Allah" The Qur’an mentions in Surah Ali ‘Imran Chapter 3 verse 45 "Behold! The angels said: O Mary! Allah giveth thee glad tidings of a Word from Him: his name will be Christ Jesus. The son of Mary, held in honour in this world and the Hereafter and of (the company of) those Nearest to Allah. [Al-Qur’an 3:45] Jesus (pbuh) is referred in the Qur’an as a word from Allah and not as ‘the word of Allah’. "A word" of Allah means a message of Allah. If a person is referred to as "a word" from Allah, it means that he is a Messenger or a Prophet of Allah. 2. THE TITLE OF A PROPHET (PBUH) DOES NOT MEAN THAT IT EXCLUSIVELY BELONGS TO THAT PROPHET (PBUH) Different titles are given to different prophets (pbut). Whenever a title is given to a prophet (pbuh), it does not necessarily mean that the other prophets do not have the same characteristic or quality. For e.g. Prophet Abraham (pbuh) is referred to in the Qur’an as Khaleelullah, a friend of Allah. This does not indicate that all the other Prophets (pbuh) were not the friends of Allah. Prophet Moses (pbuh) is referred to in the Qur’an as Kaleemullah, indicating that God spoke to him. This does not mean that God did not speak to others. Similarly when Jesus (pbuh) is referred to in the Qur’an as Kalimatullah, "a word from Allah", it does not mean that the other Prophets were not "the word," of Allah. http://www.ilovezakirnaik.com/misconceptions/d04.htm
  18. Their problem: SPIEGEL: …when the military overthrew and arrested democratically elected President Mohammed Morsi… Egyptian Foreign Minister Fahmy: …I no longer wanted to abdicate my responsibility. As a patriot, I had no other choice. Former President Morsi refused to entertain calls for new elections and wanted to establish an Islamist regime. We couldn't allow that, so we turned to the military. http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/egypt-foreign-minister-fahmy-discusses-unrest-and-muslim-brotherhood-a-914854.html Sissi: The Egyptian military does not make coup d’états. The last coup was in the fifties. There is a very special relationship that binds the Egyptians and their military. The dilemma between the former president and the people originated from the ideology that the Muslim Brotherhood adopted for building a country, which is based on restoring the Islamic religious empire. http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/washington-post-interviews-egyptian-gen-abdel-fatah-al-gen-sissi/2013/08/03/6409e0a2-fbc0-11e2-a369-d1954abcb7e3_story.html
  19. BBC report -The day of the massacre : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so2fj8rwdII
  20. when hypocrites are not worthy to be called animals.
  21. (Carl Bildt is Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden -osama is egyptian ambassador)
  22. Protests across Turkey condemn Egypt Massacre Non-governmental organizations across Turkey are planning protests against the Egyptian army’s attack on an anti-coup crowd which left 120 dead and 4,500 wounded http://www.worldbulletin.net/?aType=haber&ArticleID=113971 About 28 Egyptian state and private channels have dedicated their airtime Friday to cover mass rallies by supporters of army chief Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s call, while ignoring anti-coup protests. About 28 Egyptian state and private channels have dedicated their airtime Friday to cover mass rallies by supporters of army chief Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s call for a popular mandate to “confront violence and terrorism.” Marches and protests by supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi were largely ignored by the same channels. State-run and privately-owned channels cancelled their Ramadan programing, which features soap operas and religious shows to cover the pro-army rallies. “Egypt against terrorism,” was the coverage theme of the privately-owned Dream channel. “July 26…Egypt against terrorism” CBC, another privately-owned channel, themed its coverage. Al-Sisi, who is also Egypt’s defense minister, has urged Egyptians to take to the streets on Friday to give him mandate to “confront violence”. The channels, however, did not cover the recent massacre in which security forces opened fire on anti-coup and pro-Morsi protestors at Rabaa al-Adawiya, killing 120 people and injuring 4500, according to the figures given by the Sahra Hospital. Egyptians had to access news of the massacre from channels such as Al-Jazeera. Egyptian channels had been ignoring the pro-Morsi protests, broadcasting only short shots from Rabaa Al-Adawiya Square, where thousands of Morsi supporters have been camped out for almost four weeks. Morsi supporters are staging rallies on Friday to denounce the military coup against the elected president and demand his reinstatement. Pro-Morsi rallies were only broadcast on foreign channels such as the BBC Arabic, Al-Jazeera, Jordan’s privately-owned Al-Yarmouk, Palestinian privately-owned channel Al-Quds and Tunisian channel Al-Zaytouna. Egypt has been in the throes of a political crisis since the powerful military ousted Morsi on July 3 after mass protests against his regime. Since then, Morsi loyalists have been staging daily demonstrations and sit-in to defend his democratic legitimacy and demand his reinstatement. Egypt premier joins pro-army protests in Ittihadiya Egyptian Prime Minister Hazem al-Biblawi joined protesters gathering outside the Ittihadiya presidential palace to show support for the army. Al-Biblawi was surrounded by protesters who tried to shake hands with him. http://www.expatcairo.com/egyptian-channels-mobilize-pro-army-rallies-ignore-massacre/ Death toll in Egypt massacre reaches 200 "They are not shooting to wound, they are shooting to kill," Gehad El-Haddad said regarding the security forces opening fire on pro-Mosri protestors. "The bullet wounds are in the head and chest." World Bulletin/News Desk Accoridng to the lastest numbers, 200 people were killed and 4,500 injured on Saturday when security forces opened fire on a protest by supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo. "They are not shooting to wound, they are shooting to kill," Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Gehad El-Haddad said. "The bullet wounds are in the head and chest." The Health Ministry, meanwhile, increased its recognized death toll from 21 to 46 people, while claiming that 649 people were wounded. The violence erupted on the fringes of a round-the-clock vigil being staged by backers of Morsi, who was ousted from power earlier this month by Egypt's military following mass protests against his first year in office. Al Jazeera's Egypt television station showed medics desperately trying to revive casualties arriving at a field hospital at the Brotherhood sit-in at Rabaa al-Adawiya, a Masjid in northeast Cairo. El-Haddad said police started firing repeated rounds of tear-gas at protesters on a road close to the Masjid sometime after 3.00 am (0100 GMT). Shortly afterwards, live rounds started flying, hitting people at close range. The bloodshed came the day after supporters and opponents of Morsi staged mass rival rallies across the country, bringing hundreds of thousands into the streets and laying bare deep divisions within the Arab world's most populous country. Spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood Mohamed al-Baltaji called for aid for the injured people, and said, "We are expecting aid from everybody. The International Red Crescent should immediately take action to save the lives of hundreds of people wounded by real bullets." Sahra Hospital officials also told AA that number of wounded people exceeded thousands and at least 300 of them were shot by real bullets in the head or chest. Well over 200 people have died in violence since the overthrow of Morsi, most of them Brotherhood supporters. There was no immediate word from the security forces about what they thought had happened at Rabaa early Saturday. Crackdown The Brotherhood is bracing for a broad crackdown by the army to wipe out a movement that emerged from decades of persecution during Egypt's 2011 Arab Spring uprising against autocrat Hosni Mubarak, only to be deposed after a year in government. The investigation into Morsi centres on accusations that he conspired with Hamas to escape from jail during the 2011 uprising, killing some prisoners and officers, kidnapping soldiers and torching buildings. Morsi has said local people helped him escape during the upheavals, and the Muslim Brotherhood denounced the accusations levelled against him. Hamas challenged investigators to find "one piece of evidence" that it had meddled in Egyptian affairs. "At the end of the day, we know all of these charges are nothing more than the fantasy of a few army generals and a military dictatorship," Brotherhood spokesman Gehad El-Haddad said. "We are continuing our protests on the streets." Witnesses say Egyptian police opened fire on pro-Morsi protesters Witnesses who were wounded in clashes at Cairo's Rabaa al-Adawiya Square, the site of pro-Morsi demonstrations, told reporters that police used live fire against protesters late Friday, while interior ministry official denied the claim, saying security forces only used tear gas. Ahmed Mohamed Ali (25) said he came from Mansoura city in order to attend the demonstrations at the square and at 11.00 pm around Rabaa al-Adawiya Square, policemen threw tear gas canisters on the protesters and Baltaji, former pro-Mubarak thugs, assaulted protesters with shotguns. Ali said police drove their armored vehicles towards protesters, adding that sharpshooters on rooftops simultaneously opened fire on them. " "There was a big chaos. We knew the demonstrations were to be suppressed and we were determined not to step back." Another witness Ahmad al-Sayyed (22) said he was attacked by Baltaji the police, and that he suffered a gunshot wound at the 6th of October Bridge. "They have poured live ammunition on us and burned down protesters' vehicles." A high level state official from Egyptian Interior Ministry rejected reports of using live fire on pro-Morsi protesters. Speaking to the official news agency MENA, the official said security forces had fired tear gas and birdshots to disperse Morsi supporters, who responded by throwing stones at the troops and erecting barriers to prevent police armored vehicles from advancing. Egypt's army salutes Tahrir protesters An Egyptian army spokesperson published a brief statement on his official Facebook page, posting a "thank you" message to the Egyptian people, in the first reactions to mass protests on Friday in response to a call by army chief and Defense Minister Gen. Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi. "To the great Egyptian people: salute and thank you from your armed forces," read the brief statement. It was accompanied by a picture of al-Sisi giving the military salute while looking at a picture of the iconic Tahrir Square filled with protesters. Thousands of people converged on Tahrir Square and the Ittihadiya palace in response to al-Sisi's call to give him mandate to "combat terrorism and violence." Military and political experts believe that armed by the support of Egyptians who took to the streets nationwide on Friday in great numbers, the military now has a full range of options which include a stepped up crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood and declaring emergencies in specific areas of the country. Egyptian Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim said sit-in staged by supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo and Giza would be dispersed soon "within the law." The powerful army removed Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected president, on July 3 following mass protests against him. It suspended the constitution and installed Adly Mansour, the head of the constitutional court, as interim president. Ever since, Morsi supporters have been staging daily mass demonstrations and sit-ins protesting the military coup against the elected president and demanding his reinstatement. Morsi supporters besieged again in Alexandria Opponents of ousted President Mohamed Morsi are, for the second time Friday, besieging his supporters inside the Qaid Ibrahim Masjid in the coastal city of Alexandria.
  23. The Coptic pope celebrate killing "muslim terrorists" with his followers- answered by a christian:"they die & u thank the killer, u r against christ's teachings"
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