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  1. Vaqas Rehman

    Sorry to be annoying but if it’s not too much trouble whenever you guys have the time could you make dua that my health and work situation is alright? I can’t give any specifics due to privacy reasons so I hope that’s enough information to make said dua.

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  2. stewjo004

    I freakung HATE Youtube comments now. Literally was commenting to the idiot on the “Angel of the Lord” video this and it deletes it:

    Here is Exodus:

    “There the angel of the LORD appeared to him in a blazing fire from within a bush. Moses saw the bush ablaze with fire, but it was not consumed…“Do not come any closer,” God said. “Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy ground.” Then He said, “I am the God of your father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob.”
    At this, Moses hid his face, for he was afraid to look at God…The LORD said…And now the cry of the Israelites has reached Me, and I have seen how severely the Egyptians are oppressing them. Therefore, go! I am sending you to Pharaoh to bring My people the Israelites out of Egypt.”f(Exodus 3:2-10)

    There is no mention of any other angels or entities at the scene. Now turning to Acts:

    After forty years had passed, an angel appeared to Moses in the flames of a burning bush in the desert near Mount Sinai. When Moses saw it, he marveled at the sight. As he approached to look more closely, the voice of the Lord came to him: ‘I am the God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.’ Moses trembled with fear and did not dare to look.
    Then the Lord said to him, ‘Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy ground. I have indeed seen the oppression of My people in Egypt. I have heard their groaning and have come down to deliver them. Now come, I will send you back to Egypt.’ (Acts 7:30-34)

    So right here Acts clearly states an angel was there talking. The definite article being there is irrelevant as the same scene is clearly being described in both accounts and the proof is established through internal evidence.

    PS
    You said: “And let me thankyou for taking the time out of your day to respond to me instead of showing affection to a rock like the pagans did before you”

    Do you mean like Jacob(as)?

    18Early the next morning, Jacob took the stone that he had placed under his head, and he set it up as a pillar. He poured oil on top of it, 19and he called that place Bethel,d though previously the city had been named Luz.

    20Then Jacob made a vow, saying, “If God will be with me and watch over me on this journey, and if He will provide me with food to eat and clothes to wear, 21so that I may return safely to my father’s house, then the LORD will be my God. 22And this stone I have set up as a pillar will be God’s house, and of all that You give me I will surely give You a tenth.” (Genesis 28:18-22)

    Honoring something God established is not paganism, believing it can help or harm you is. Also, I fail how you can call anyone a pagan when you worship multiple entities like pagans of old actually did.

    (Sigh) Anyone use it or don’t QB but I’m over the site at this point.

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      1. stewjo004

        @ QB

        Yeah, I’m thinking what the heck is the rhyme or reason to this system? The dude literally said we were pagans and it posted but didn’t when I said the same, It also deleted that other dude who I was giving dawah to on another of your videos when I said to him to become a Muslim. The bias is just unbelievable to me now.

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    1. Just skimmed, lol did he confuse the definite and indefinite articles like 2 times?

      1. The presence or lack of presence of the definite article holds no significance whatsoever as a rule unless it is used for Theos/God

      2. Other than Theos, a word can be

      (i) explicitly definite

      (ii) or it can be implied via context

      (iii) or it can be both translated as definite or indefinite without changing the meaning e.g “a prophet of God”or “the prophet of God”

      This is the general rule in grammar

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      1. “(ii) or it can be implied via context

        (iii) or it can be both translated as definite or indefinite”

        Especially in the case of prepositional phrases, it’s common throught the NT actually and it even reflects in translations

        At the end of the day its irrelevant as Stew pointed out but still the idiot is wrong in that detail

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    2. stewjo004

      @ Larry

      1. “…Christians are not smart people”

      Agreed.

      2. “…so I don’t know why he will barn me for not being smart”
      I think that had more to do with ignoring all evidence brought to you while just making things up as you go along.

      3. “we can continue our debate”
      Go for it. 👍

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      1. Stew, the donkey is partially right. I did ban him for being stupid. He still doesn’t know the difference between the word “ban” and “barn” for example. 🤣 But the other reason was of course being a waste of time and ignoring all evidence against his idiotic opinions.

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  3. stewjo004

    Alright, everybody new thing for the clown show 🤡 that is Christianity. While researching for a new blog article our “example of the CHurch” that is Origen straight up says that John contradicts the Synoptics and that Christians have to interpret this story “spiritually”:

    “2. The Discrepancy Between John and the First Three Gospels at This Part of the Narrative, Literally Read, the Narratives Cannot Be Harmonized: They Must Be Interpreted Spiritually.

    The truth of these matters must lie in that which is seen by the mind. If the discrepancy between the Gospels is not solved, we must give up our trust in the Gospels, as being true and written by a divine spirit, or as records worthy of credence, for both these characters are held to belong to these works. Those who accept the four Gospels, and who do not consider that their apparent discrepancy is to be solved anagogically (by mystical interpretation), will have to clear up the difficulty, raised above, about the forty days of the temptation, a period for which no room can be found in any way in John’s narrative; and they will also have to tell us when it was that the Lord came to Capernaum. If it was after the six days of the period of His baptism, the sixth being that of the marriage at Cana of Galilee, then it is clear that the temptation never took place, and that He never was at Nazara, and that John was not yet delivered up…There are many other points on which the careful student of the Gospels will find that their narratives do not agree; and these we shall place before the reader, according to our power, as they occur. The student, staggered at the consideration of these things, will either renounce the attempt to find all the Gospels true, and not venturing to conclude that all our information about our Lord is untrustworthy, will choose at random one of them to be his guide; or he will accept the four, and will consider that their truth is not to be sought for in the outward and material letter.”

    https://www.newadvent.org/fathers/101510.htm

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    1. This reminds me of Clement, he makes a similar distinction between John and the synoptics

      “Again, in the same books Clement has set down a tradition which he had received from the elders before him, in regard to the order of the Gospels, to the following effect. He says that the Gospels containing the genealogies were written first, and that the Gospel according to Mark was composed in the following circumstances:- Peter having preached the word publicly at Rome, and by the Spirit proclaimed the Gospel, those who were present, who were numerous, entreated Mark, inasmuch as he had attended him from an early period, and remembered what had been said, to write down what had been spoken. On his composing the Gospel, he handed it to those who had made the request to him; which coming to Peter’s knowledge, he neither hindered nor encouraged. But John, the last of all, seeing that what was corporeal was set forth in the Gospels, on the entreaty of his intimate friends, and inspired by the Spirit, composed a spiritual Gospel”

      http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/text/clement-fragments.html

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      1. mr.heathcliff

        Quote:

        Notes:

        a – The things the disciples cannot now (i.e., 30 a.d.) bear, are things Jesus has to “say”.

        b – So when v. 13 asserts the Spirit, who will be speaking later won’t speak on his own but rather convey only what he “hears”, the author clearly intends the reader to believe that the Spirit will, sometime after Jesus dies, continue to convey what Jesus has to literally “say” to the church, this cannot be watered down to mere “guidance”. Inerrantist scholars appear to agree:

        “This spiritual guide’s task then is pointedly summarized as receiving that which comes directly from Jesus and passing it on or messaging it (cf. vv. 13–15 for a communication triad) directly to the disciples. This type of passing on of significant information reminds me of the rabbinic concept of the passing on of tradition and assuming that such tradition has been unaltered in the process.”
        Borchert, G. L. (2002). Vol. 25B: John 12-21. The new American commentary, New International Version (Page 170). Nashville: Broadman & Holman.
        ———————–
        c – “things to come” (v. 13), ok, so when the gospels have Jesus describing future events or “things to come” (i.e., Matthew 24), this statement in John would justify the view that Jesus’ eschatological statements were provided to the church by the Paraclete after he died, despite the fact that they present them in the gospels as if they were things he said before the crucifixion. These sayings of Jesus conveyed by the Spirit are a case of him taking them FROM Jesus (v. 14-15), reinforcing the above-cited conclusion that the Spirit is not merely “guiding” the church but conveying what Jesus actually has to “say” beyond the grave (v. 12).

        The point is that when you apologists assert the gospel of John constitutes eyewitness testimony obtained by typical memory or “recollection” of what the historically Jesus said and did before he died, you are giving the impression to the unbeliever that the person who wrote that gospel drew upon nothing other than his own and possibly other’s eyewitness memories, the same way that anybody normally does when writing down a description of an event years after it took place.

        That impression conflicts with John’s own testimony that Jesus would continue giving his sayings to the church from beyond the grave, naturally raising the question as to whether some of the Christ-sayings in John were things the apostles never heard Jesus say until after he died.

        This then raises the problem as to which Johannine sayings of Christ were those that the biological/historical Jesus actually mouthed, and which sayings of Christ were those that the church never knew until the Spirit conveyed them to the post-crucifixion church.

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      1. stewjo004

        @ Shaad

        Yeah see it’s times like this I miss Ken as I really am curious how he would respond to the Church Fathers saying their text is contradictory (which straight up is a slap in the face of modern Christendom that is going for this whole “infallible” nonsense)

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  4. stewjo004

    Sooo still just perusing Origen and I’m starting to think Christians have never read this “example of the Church”. He also concedes there were three prophets being foretold in John 1:19 let’s read:

    “…The priests and levites sent from Jerusalem, having there heard in the first place that he is not the expected Messiah, put a question about the second great personage whom they expected, namely, Elijah, whether John were he, and he says he is not Elijah, and by his “I am not” makes a second confession of the truth. And, as many prophets had appeared in Israel, and one in particular was looked for according to the prophecy of Moses, who said, [4833] “A prophet shall the Lord your God raise up to you of your brethren, like unto me, him shall ye hear; and it shall come to pass that every soul that shall not hear that prophet shall be destroyed from among the people,” they, therefore, ask a third question, not whether he is a prophet, but whether he is the prophet. Now, they did not apply this name to the Christ, but supposed the prophet to be a second figure beside the Christ. But John, on the contrary, who knew that He whose forerunner he was was both the Christ and the prophet thus foretold, answered “No;” whereas, if they had asked if he was a prophet, he would have answered “Yes;” [4834] for he was not unconscious that he was a prophet…”

    https://biblehub.com/library/origen/origens_commentary_on_the_gospel_of_john/4_john_denies_that_he.htm

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  5. Assalamu alaikum,

    Guys, I have many frustrations which I wish to discuss with my Creator of the Heavens and the Earth. For instance, some arrogant hatemongers love to quote verses of Quran out of context and say that terrorism is sanctioned and holy in Islam, but when I do this to their scripture, they’ll shout at me and they’ll accuse me of taking verses out of context. And another example is that when I wish to ask a question in Quora “why was Jesus racist towards black people” because I saw a question posted in Quora “why was Muhammad racist towards black people” but the problem is that if I do this I will get Quora notification telling me to be nice and respectful but that bastard won’t get any Quora notification!

    So my question is: Is it possible to discuss with my Creator of the Heavens and the Earth about my frustrations? If yes, how can I do this?

    Jazak Allah Khair

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  6. Assalamu alaikum,

    Guys, this week I wish to slam and abuse radical extremists, and I wish to attack Taliban if I see them as oppressive and tyrants.

    My questions are:

    1. Is it ok to slam and abuse rulers who are oppressive and tyrants?
    2. Is it ok to slam and abuse terrorists like Al Qaeda, ISIS, Muslim Brotherhood and others who did evil in the name of Islam?
    3. Do Afghani Muslims have right to replace the rulers if they see them as oppressive and tyrants with others who are more fitting and, more righteous and just rulers?

    Jazak Allah Khair

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      1. stewjo004

        @ Perfect

        Gotta see the whole situation but yeah if she wants to try and bring physical strength to the discussion then give her what she wants.

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  7. Assalamu alaikum,

    Guys, I wish badly to become a world’s top Sunni Muslim scientist and engineer, and have my own large team of scientists, engineers and designers. Because, I wish to construct many cool stuff such as:

    1. Laptop with 4D hologram touch screen
    2. starship with light speed technology for interstellar travel
    3. laser machine guns
    4. mechanical suits.
    5. citadel that is thrice times than International Space Station
    6. large stations on Moon which their purpose is to detect alien space crafts.
    7. Wormhole technology
    8. electric hover cars

    And I intend to make our civilization to be Type 10 Civilization.

    My questions are:

    1. Is it realistic or unrealistic to ask Allah Almighty To bless mankind with Type 10 Civilization in near future!? If it is unrealistic, please mention the reasons.
    2. Is it ok to ask Allah Almighty To bless me with long life span and long young age so I can have enough time to see and enjoy my success? Because, I’d like to see how our species changes from time to time in terms of science and technology.

    P.S. forgive me if I asked stupid questions, but I just wish to verify with you before I start asking Allah Almighty for this. And I forgot to mention that science, engineering, technology and design, has become a new obsession to me!

    Jazak Allah Khair

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    1. stewjo004

      @ Alex

      1. Is it realistic or unrealistic to ask Allah Almighty To bless mankind with Type 10 Civilization in near future!? If it is unrealistic, please mention the reasons.

      Can’t hurt to try.

      2. Is it ok to ask Allah Almighty To bless me with long life span and long young age so I can have enough time to see and enjoy my success? Because, I’d like to see how our species changes from time to time in terms of science and technology.

      Go for it. While you’re at it pray for me to have it too.

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  8. Assalamu alaikum,

    Guys, I usually watch Independence Day: Resurgence, Star Wars, Skyline, Transformers, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Tom and Jerry, Mr. Bean and Samurai Jack. And I forgot to mention that I watch Agent Archer and South Park.

    My question is: What’s the ruling on watching SF, Action and Comedy? Can I have also proofs that backs up your claims?

    Jazak Allah Khair

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  9. Anas ibn Malik reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, was the best of people in character. I had a brother who was called Abu ‘Umayr. When the Prophet would come and see him, he said, “What has the little sparrow done?” And he would play with him.

    Source: Ṣaḥīḥ al-Bukhārī 5778, Ṣaḥīḥ Muslim 2150

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  10. Assalamu alaikum,

    Guys, I wish to make the most authentic book based on Quran and Sunnah which leads people to Paradise. Because, I said to myself “if I wish Paradise for myself, I have to lead others to Paradise as well so I won’t be selfish”.

    I found a hadith of Prophet Muhammad(peace and blessings be upon him) saying that the usage of miswak will let you cross The Straight Path bridge with speed of light.(e.g. https://www.dawateislami.net/magazine/en/perform-some-virtuous-deeds/good-deeds-and-siraat-bridge)

    I found also a hadith where Prophet Muhammad(peace and blessings be upon him) said something about gaining 6 million good deeds(e.g. https://www.wattpad.com/165081236-gateway-to-jannah-2-000-000-good-deeds-in-5-secs)

    Besides, I also wish to have light thrice times greater and brighter than Sun’s light while crossing that bridge, and I wish to cross it safe and sound.

    Also, once I become a great real Sheikh and Mufti of Islam, I wish to lead others to Paradise by preaching Islam to disbelievers(aka liberals, feminists, modernists, polytheists and pagans) and believers.

    My questions are:

    1. How authentic is the first hadith about miswak?
    2. How authentic is the hadith about earning 2 million good deeds?
    3. Are there best times where the good deeds are multiplied besides Holy Ramadan?
    4. How can I have light on Straight Path bridge?
    5. Is it possible to cross Straight Path bridge without any difficulty? If yes, what ways I can do this?
    6. Is this valid intention for becoming a great and real Sheikh and Mufti of Islam?

    Jazak Allah Khair

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  11. Lol and ofc as I predicted our unbalanced approach to the alt right has had a psychological spillover on our community the same way liberalism did, as each day goes by I come across more and more Blackpill and MGTOW akhis roaming on reddit and twitter

    Which is kinda ironic when you think about it, which woman…ok ok let me rephrase that….which father in the sane mind would find it ok to marry his daughter to a man who spends his time online acting tough and ranting about how he doesn’t get attention from women and how women are monsters for making their own choice…like which sane father would even see them as real men…heck the fact that they’re whining about it shows their level of sissiness and how they’re not marriage material…

    But that’s beside the point, when people back then couldn’t separate what religion dictates and what liberalism dictates, we shouldn’t expect the same in our new-found romance with the alt right and this is exactly Mohammad Hijab’s point…our approach isn’t right, we haven’t learned from our past mistakes

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    1. And May Allah bless Muhammad Hijab for what he’s doing, he cares for the community, he cares for the direction of the community, he has a lot of foresight, if he sees something is bad or taking a wrong turn he jumps straight into action to fix it…I request you all to make dua for him,he’s more than just a good debater, he has genuine care

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      1. I know these kind of comments aren’t typical of me but what I’ve been seeing for the past few months has been appalling, the direction our community is taking needs calibration and folks like Mohammed Hijab, Asadullah Ali and many actually are doing their best in their endeavor in warning us and guiding us

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      2. “Sorry if my concerns and comments seems out of place….i sincerely apologize”

        Idk how i made this sound sarcastic but im not being sarcastic lol, but yeah I have genuine concerns I hope you guys understand from where I’m coming from

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  12. stewjo004

    @ Shaad

    No need to apologize that’s why the forum is “open”. As for what you said, yeah I noticed before the extreme pull to the right. Now to be fair we definitely have more in common with them then say the liberals. But agreed we haven’t learned and think these people are now going to accept us which Allah hu alim I don’t see happening. Imo its a bi partisan state and Muslims should play both sides on common ground shared so its all irrelevant.

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    1. Exactly, we should have the freaking basic common sense to differentiate…I noticed this disturbing trend gaining prominence when the George Floyd incident happened, constant right wing propaganda devoid of facts being shared en mass by our own brethren just for the sake of owning the libs, it was seeing an army of Paul Williams….like come on….come on…are we gonna stoop so low now that we gonna take a jab on black people for validation and acceptance?Its getting so much worse with many other issues and so noticeable to the point that even terminologies like Akh-Right has been made…at the end of the day they’re extreme reactionists to feminism and liberalism, that’s what it boils down to, and then you get pragmatic folks who won’t compromise basic Islamic values

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      1. stewjo004

        @ Shaad

        Ahk-right that was actually pretty clever. But not worried it will go away when they realize white people still see them as “foreigners”.

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  13. Assalamu alaikum,

    Guys, I really wish to cross the Straight Path bridge with speed of light and to cross it without any difficulty. But I don’t know how authentic s what I found (see: https://www.dawateislami.net/magazine/en/perform-some-virtuous-deeds/good-deeds-and-siraat-bridge) about miswak.

    So my questions are:

    1. Are there deeds I can do daily so I can cross the Straight Path bridge with speed of light? If so, what are they?
    2. How authentic is what I found?
    3. What can I do in order to be most pious!? Because, I really wish to have a private conversation with Allah Almighty.

    Jazak Allah Khair

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  14. shrek4lifee

    As-salamu alaykum Brothers. Been awhile, how have y’all been? I was wondering about somethings I saw an Christian say, ion have much knowledge on their religion tho Ik y’all do, so this guy brings up 2 samuels 12:23 to try n show babies do go to heaven doesn’t this contradict Paul saying of needing faith or some shit he said like that? Oh also stew the course I’m studying is on how to run an small business. 👏i want my own👏 Tho still thinking on what ppl would buy.

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    1. “2 samuels 12:23 to try n show babies do go to heaven”

      Whatever the verse says the onus is on him to explain the contradiction, we can’t simply move on and call it a day we have a contradiction which falsifies his faith to dissect on the table

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    2. stewjo004

      @shrek

      Agreed he basically just shot himself in the foot as he is conceding people do go to heaven without accepting Jesus(as) as their lord and savior. Soooo thanks my guy.

      Oh, and you’re trying to get into small business? Any idea what yet?

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      1. shrek4lifee

        That’s what I thought, Ig as QB showed in his article only an “selective election” gets through. That’s what im trying to figure out, it’s gotta be something ppl would want n isn’t sold everywhere.🤔It’ll come to me one day.

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  15. stewjo004

    @Shaad

    Well, well, well guess what I found out that makes the plot that is world politics thicken? Apparently, the hinduvata’s BJP is really just the RSS under a new name and the RSS and the Nazis were sister organizations that influenced one another. Lovely, just absolutely lovely…

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    1. Yup, There was an alliance planned between them in WW2, plus check out Savitri Devi, she had a huge hand behind the movement…her books are still being used both in India and Neo Nazis in the west

      I used to read her books out of curiosity back in the days, it’s like an acid trip

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      1. stewjo004

        @ Shaad

        Well, the woman’s Wikipedia page starts:

        “Savitri was a proponent of a synthesis of Hinduism and Nazism, proclaiming Adolf Hitler to have been an avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu.[5] ”

        Ahhhh, I LOVE it!!! 😍😍😍

        Any more recommended books to see how these guys tie together? Was there a parent organization or did they inspre one another? Also as a note, there are basically 4 genocidal ideologies in the modern world:

        1. Far Right
        2. Zionist
        3. Hinduvatas
        4. China

        Now 1-3 are all interrelated with China seemingly being the “odd man out” in the equation but my spider-sense is telling me they are linked somehow. Anybody know?

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      2. “Any more recommended books to see how these guys tie together?”

        Subash Chandra Bose comes to mind, one of the prime figures of hindutva…he explicitly called for Nazification of the nationalist movement of india, he was also the commander of the Indian Legion of the SS

        “Was there a parent organization or did they inspre one another?”

        The only commonality I can see in terms of source is that both stems from radical nationalism but they lacked they key ingredient for zealous followers, something more than just nationalism, Proto Nazis saw the key when Germany was facing desperate times and folks like Chandra Bose imported it and Savitri Devi exported it

        “Now 1-3 are all interrelated with China seemingly being the “odd man out” in the equation?”

        Maybe you mean communism?

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  16. So I was taking a look into non
    dualism or advaita and sub branches like vishishtadvaita…basically the premise is every substance and immaterial things always existed and part of/connected to some infinite ultimate reality which is god, the nature of things tho eternal at its core is always subject to change…this ultimate reality is perfect and limitless…

    TL:DR your laptop is god

    I mean even at it’s core its contradictory like how can perfection be ontologically connected to/tied to/result in imperfection?

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    1. stewjo004

      @ Shaad

      Seems similar to Alchemy to me but I digress. If things have always been then how did imperfection enter into perfection? If perfection always was then evil should never have existed.

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    2. I understand hindus believing in this nonsense but wait till you hear those white hare krishna folks explaining why they started believing in those kind of philosophies…

      muh “aesthetics”

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      1. mr.heathcliff

        If paul has been appealing to ot texts for his dead, buried and ressurected pauline christ, why he never mentions that the tomb was discovered?

        Quote:

        Paul never mentions an empty tomb as a reason to believe in Jesus. None of the pseudo-Paulines do, either. None of the preaching in Acts mentions an empty tomb as a reason to believe in Jesus. In fact pretty much the only reason ever offered is “God raised Jesus from the dead.” What reason is there to think that belief in an empty tomb was important to the development of the belief that Jesus actually rose from the dead? If the empty tomb was so important to early Christianity, why is it never appealed to as a proof in the earliest Christian texts?

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  17. Assalamu’ alaikum,

    Guys, I wish to negotiate with Allah(SwT) about my personal needs, because all I want is to ask Him To take me away before Sun appears from West and before the appearance of Antichrist. Because, I’m concerned on whether I will be safe-guarded from tribulation of Antichrist or no, or whether I will fall into disbelief after Sun appears from West or no.

    And I’d like to sincerely apologize for repetitive questions. And this because, I have OCD, Autism, Asperger and Di-George, and this makes me feel literally greedy, selfish, violent, obsessive and unstoppable by nature, and when I want something badly from Allah Almighty(e.g. reversal of time), I don’t stop until I get that need from Allah Almighty. And also, this causes me to have strong jealousy, irritations, anger and frustration which resulted me to have the obsessive with for reversal of time.

    So my questions are:

    1. How can I negotiate with Allah(SwT)?
    2. Is it even possible to negotiate with Allah(SwT)?
    3. If it is possible, how can I negotiate with Allah(SwT)?
    4. Will Allah(SwT) Take me away if I have good reasons why I wish this?

    Jazak Allah Khair

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  18. Assalamu alaikum,

    Guys, I wish badly me to be future ruler of Romania so I can make Romania another super power country just so I can penalize USA for creating terrorist organizations such as ISIS and Al Qaeda.

    My question is: is it ok if I ask Allah Almighty To Make Romania rule 50% of Europe, Africa and Asia and to recover it’s monarchy and so people will elect my family to be future royal family of Romania?

    P.S. Sorry for asking such stupid question, but this is among my dreams.

    Jazak Allah Khair

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    1. “Muslim” is just the English transliteration of the Arabic. So, Muslims, Musalmaan, and Muslimeen are the same thing, just in different languages. Same with momin and believers. “Believer” is the English translation of “momin”.

      As Muslims, we are all of these.

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  19. foued190

    Salam aleykoum brothers , do 5ou know the Christian response to the fact that the NT authors misquoted the OT prophecies about Jesus ? I asked this question to Christians on Twitter but they didn’t answer

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  20. Vaqas Rehman

    So here I am scrolling through my video feed when youtube recommends me a video with the title

    “Evidence that YHWH was a Dragon 🐉”

    …I mean, I kinda had to click on and watch it through with a title like that! I want to be clear though that I don’t really agree with some of the arguments the author of the video made or his conclusions. Some seemed like too much of a stretch while others just seemed a little too “ancient aliens” or conspiracy theory for my taste. Though not as much tinfoil hat as I was expecting and I was even surprised to see some scholarly notions and ideas thrown in. If nothing else I thought it might be an entertaining way to spend some time.

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      1. Vaqas Rehman

        @QB

        Yeah I thought so to. I want to reiterate that I don’t buy the dragon theory 100%. I think it’s more likely that the ancient authors were influenced too much by their pagan neighbors and borrowed some of the mythology/symbolism. The end result being a picture that just happens to align with what various cultures describe as a “Dragon.” Which of course is terribly ironic given that’s the devils descriptor in Christianity. Though the “long nostrils” and “wings” of YHWH certainty are odd. At the very least I thought it might be fun video to watch. And hey the next someone accuses us of worshiping a moon god or a distant demiurge you can retort back that their picture of God looks like a dragon!

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    1. @ foued

      Walakum salm wa rahma tu lahi wa barakatu. Oh you little terrorist jk. Imo this is the best summary of the subject (pg 24 of the pdf 47 0f the book):

      Click to access clashcivi.pdf

      TLDR
      All civilizations spread their idealogy and protect their interests through armed conflict and it is hypocritical to attack us over the subject when all the world powers are willing and currently do like for example Russia with the Ukraine/Syria or the US with basically…everybody.

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      1. shrek4lifee

        I can’t see the post idk why but anyway, Does this mean if we had an country like America we then take over the rest of the world? Ion have an problem with it I’m just wondering.

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  21. Never stop saying that you’re proud of being Muslim, this is what burns our enemies…they hate it that we’re proud of what we believe in…they hate it that we’re immovable and unshakable…they may hurt us on the outside but they’re still not satisfied, they want us to give up our belief in the process, this is their main target, and when they don’t achieve it they screech and screech and screech

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  22. Assalamu’ alaikum,

    Guys, I really wish to be an ally of Allah Almighty and to die as an ally of Allah Almighty. Because, I have important requests to make, but I don’t know if they are realistic and permissible.

    I just found out another kharij group named Al Hazimiyyah just appeared after the collapse of ISIL.

    And I wish to ask Allah Almighty To let me die as a martyr so I can have success in Hereafter. I want to have good death, security in grave and on the Day of Judgement, I want to have Iphone 13 Pro Max and Ipad Pro, I want to have a villa near beach so I can see the beach every morning, I want to have my family rightly guided and my friends to be rightly guided, and I want to be well guarded from kufr and shirk until my last breath, and I want to have patience whenever a trouble has stroke me so I can pass easily Allah’s tests.

    And I wish to have the power so I can revive and implement whole and fully the Sunnah of Prophet just so I can enter Paradise.

    And I’ve been kept on asking Allah Almighty for these things.

    My questions are:

    1. can I as future ally of Allah Almighty To ask for miracles?
    2. Is it permissible or transgression if I ask Al Adl To bring the end to terrorism?
    3. Can I ask Allah Almighty To let me have my supplications instantly answered once I become an ally of Allah Almighty?

    Jazak Allah Khair

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  23. Vaqas Rehman

    So have I missed something? Why are so many Christians anti-vaccine? The sheer amount I’ve seen claim that the vaccine is either a precursor to or THE ACTUAL mark of the beast is wild. Even well known apologists.

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    1. mr.heathcliff

      u asked finland if he worship the divine nature and human nature, finlands answer was :

      But we wouldn’t say we worship this or that nature. Christ is worshiped.

      we say that we muslims dont worship the omni attributes of Allah we worship Allah

      is finland saying that the human nature is an attribute?

      “i dont worship created nature or divine nature (this or that) i worship one thing”

      So is the created nature an attribute? The way his god exists?

      Totally confused…

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