Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Some things we know about you

Everyday in the mainstream media I hear all of this crazy stuff about Muslims killed this, or somebody got themselves beheaded in the Middle East and all sorts of non-sense, I am a Muslim, quite a few of my friends are Muslims and believe me, you have to go way off the deep end to get yourself killed by a  Muslim 
It is what it is................... everything else is propaganda or a war already in progress instigated  by foreigners      

Take a look at this ...........

During his life, Muhammad gave various injunctions to his forces and adopted practices toward the conduct of war. The most important of these were summarized by Muhammad's companion and first Caliph, Abu Bakr, in the form of ten rules for the Muslim army:

O people! I charge you with ten rules; learn them well!

Stop, O people, that I may give you ten rules for your guidance in the battlefield. Do not commit treachery or deviate from the right path. You must not mutilate dead bodies. Neither kill a child, nor a woman, nor an aged man. Bring no harm to the trees, nor burn them with fire, especially those which are fruitful. Slay not any of the enemy's flock, save for your food. You are likely to pass by people who have devoted their lives to monastic services; leave them alone.

Enough of that already, this is what we know about you

“They (i.e., the Jews and Christians) have taken their scholars and monks as lords besides Allaah (by obeying them in things which they made lawful or unlawful according to their own desires without being ordered by Allaah).” (At-Tawbah: 31).

The literature of the Talmud represents approximately a thousand years of Jewish thought. Its foundations were laid by the work of Ezra during the middle of the fourth century B.C.E., in the community of the returned exiles from Babylonia, who inaugurated the second Jewish commonwealth in Palestine. Its period of greatest productivity came in the centuries that followed the disastrous Jewish war against Rome in 70 C.E. The Talmud is not an independent literature however. It proceeds instead as a supplement to the Bible. The Bible remained the fundamental source of belief and practice in Judaism, but the Talmud was its authoritative exposition and implementation.
The position of the Talmud in Jewish life has been paramount. It was studied zealously by young and old alike, who found in it the authoritative word concerning the true meaning of Scripture. The lighter side of the Talmud, its parables, its ethical aphorisms, its legendary tales, delighted the common people. The more serious side, the subtle discussions of law, were a welcome outlet for the intellectual interests of the learned.


   The process of canonizing the New Testament took about 400 years. This process didn't happen in any organized fashion. Groups of Christians collected different writings together & compiled them for the use in their churches. The first collection  compiled was Paul's letters. By 200 A.D. this collection was complete and being given Scriptural authority by other eastern Christian writers of that time.
The four gospels were another collection that was compiled about the same time as the Pauline letters. The remaining letters of the Bible weren't added to the collections until 300 A.D. These remaining letters were called the "˜catholic letters' because their messages were important to the entire church.
Acts and Revelation were the last books to be accepted. The eastern churches didn't accept Revelation until the 4th century. The concerns of the churches were that the texts accepted as Scripture be attributable to Apostles or those closely associated with the Apostles. There was great concern that the New Testament Scripture be the accounts of the earliest Christians. By 405 A.D., the New Testament as we know it was widely accepted in most Christian churches.

“And they say, ‘None will enter Paradise except one who is a Jew or a Christian.’ That is [merely] their wishful thinking. Say ‘Produce your proof, if you should be truthful’” (Al-Baqarah: 111). 

If one did not happen to be born in a Christian country and are raised up believing a different way, or did not hear about Jesus and receive him as their savior, Are  you doomed to an eternity of agonizing, relentless, eternal torture in the flames of hell ?        
This couldn't be further from the truth.
Their favorite verse that they like to use to prove this is John 14:6:
         I am the Way, the Truth and the Life, no man cometh unto the Father but by me.

but unfortunately for them, Jesus said other stuff too........ like this
John 6:45 Every man therefore that hath heard, and hath learned of the Father                               cometh unto me.

and this............ 

John 6:44 No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him
and I will raise him up at the last day.

The following is the only requirement for salvation, as they interpret it:
John 6:47 Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me hath everlasting life.

But once again Jesus has something to say about that In the Gospel of Matthew, a rich young man asks Jesus what actions bring eternal life. First Jesus advises the man to obey the commandments. When the man responds that he already observes them, Jesus adds:
If you want to be perfect, go, sell your possessions and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me.
The Gospel of Luke has a similar episode and states that:
When he heard this, he became very sad, because he was a man of great wealth. Jesus looked at him and said, "How hard it is for the rich to enter the Kingdom of God! Indeed, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God."
The disciples then ask Jesus who then can be saved, and Jesus replies: "What is impossible with men is possible with God."

The Garden of Eden: A Jewish Heaven

What the next world is, however, is far from clear. The rabbis use the term
Olam Ha-Ba, (the World-to-Come)

to refer to a heaven-like afterlife as well as to the messianic era or the age of resurrection, and it is often difficult to know which one is being referred to. When the Talmud does speak of Olam Ha-Ba in connection to the afterlife, it often uses it interchangeably with the term Gan Eden ("the Garden of Eden"), referring to a heavenly realm where souls reside after physical death.

The use of the term Gan Eden to describe "heaven" suggests that the rabbis conceived of the afterlife as a return to the blissful existence of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden before the "fall." It is generally believed that in Gan Eden the human soul exists in a disembodied state until the time of bodily resurrection in the days of the Messiah.Olam Ha-Ba, (the World-to-Come)

“But the Jews and the Christians say: ‘We are the children of Allaah and His beloved.’ Say: ‘Then why does He punish you for your sins?’ Rather, you are human beings from those He has created. He forgives whom He wills and He punishes whom He wills. And to Allaah belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth and whatever is between them, and to Him is the [final] destination.”
(Al-Maa’idah: 18).

Kol Nidre (also known as Kol Nidrei and Kal Nidre and Col Nidre) (Aramaic: כָּל נִדְרֵי)
Its name is taken from the opening words, meaning "all vows".
"By the authority of the Court on High and by authority of the court down here, by the permission of One Who Is Everywhere and by the permission of this congregation, we hold it lawful to pray with sinners." 
"All personal vows we are likely to make, all personal oaths and pledges we are likely to take between this Yom Kippur and the next Yom Kippur, we publicly renounce. Let them all be relinquished and abandoned, null and void, neither firm nor established. Let our personal vows, pledges and oaths be considered neither vows nor pledges nor oaths."

“Is it not [true] that every time they took a covenant a party of them threw it away? But, [in fact], most of them do not believe.” 
(Al-Baqarah: 100)

       There are good Jews and Good Christians who follow their hearts and do all that they can to do the right thing, there are Muslims like that as well, this is a part of the Human Condition, however, quite a few of them attend the Synagogue of Satan.

"....and nearest among them in love to the believers will you find those who say, "We are Christians", because among these are men devoted to learning and men who have renounced the world, and they are not arrogant.                                
(Al-Ma-Idah: 82)
“....O you who believe! Be helpers of God-- as Jesus the son of Mary said to the Disciples, "Who will be my helpers in (the work of) God? Said the disciples, "We are God's helpers! "Then a portion of the Children of Israel believed, and a portion disbelieved. But We gave power to those who believed against their enemies, and they became the ones that prevailed"

(As-Saff: 14)

“The believers, in their mutual love, compassion and mercy, are like one body; if one part of it is suffering, the rest of the parts of the body join it in its fever and sleeplessness.”

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