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Ahteism & Agnosticism / Why do man have nipples?
« on: August 20, 2012, 11:57:15 PM »
Selamın aleyküm,

According to Darwinism everything is chosen by natural selection and by example, if a man would live in a dark cave with no light for eternity his eyes will grow shut. However, scientists dare to say there is no use for the male nipple, but then, should man have nipples. Here they make up another time story about man being woman... Just look it up. Some say the nipples are useful to the muscles or so. Does anyone have more information on this?

Assalaam,

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Assalaamun'Aleykum brothers and sisters,

I was wondering if it Haram to download Islamic content which you can buy in the store. I already determined for myself it is haram to download commercial stuff, non-islamic content. But when you speak of Quran, Islamic books, movies and all that such, those things are being sold worldwide...is it permissible to download them for free online. Some books are being published online for free(by the authors theirselves) but are being sold on their webstores and other stores worldwide. For example, take Scheikh Mishary bin Rachid Alafasy, he published the entire Noble Quran with his voice on SoundCloud(download enabled), but sells it through iTunes, this confuses me.

Is it permissible or is it not.

Assalaam,


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New Muslims / May Our Revert be Blessed
« on: August 15, 2012, 07:36:53 PM »

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Quran Morality and Moral Code, Laws & QA / Two questions to ask
« on: August 12, 2012, 01:05:18 PM »
Which languages do you guys speak, and this:

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satanic_Verses

The Satanic Verses are a small number of apparently pagan verses that were temporarily included in the Qur'an by the Islamic prophet Muhammad, only to be later removed

I'd like to know more about this.

Assalaam'un Aleykum

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GENERAL TOPICS | BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS / the end
« on: August 07, 2012, 06:40:31 PM »
http://muslim-responses.com/The_End_of_Answering_Islam/The_End_of_Answering_Islam_

So, is this completely true, because their site is multilingual and every language has a bit different content.

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Jesus Christ said, "I AM The Way, The Truth, and The Light. No one comes to the Father except through Me." John 14:6

Some Christians use this verse of the Bible to proof christianity, but then, if no one comes through the Father except through him, what about the Prophets before him, and what is the interpretation of this verse, and is there any evidence if this verse is fabricated, if it is indeed fabricated.

http://scripturetext.com/john/14-6.htm
http://bit.ly/MpEXn8
http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110602090428AAXPQJp (check the response of the Iranian)
http://www.gotquestions.org/Muslim-Christian.html

I think I misunderstood this verse, is this about who has contact with the 'Father' or anyone wjo believes in him goes to heaven. I came to this question through a website about Hz.Isa(r.a.) on Islam.

Assalamun aleykum,

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- Image credit: Bartley Price

ABC News’ Alex Marquardt reports from Aleppo Province:

We spent the last week meeting and staying with families and fighters in the middle of the conflict in Syria.
One evening, we stayed with one unit that was gearing up for what could be the biggest fight of their young lives.
Their faces are not the faces of battle-hardened warriors. They are young men, barely 20 years old. They are defectors from the Syrian military with just basic training.
They call themselves “the martyrs of freedom” and they tell us that they cannot wait to get in the fight. Tonight, they are going to Aleppo, where President Bashar al-Assad said the battle would determine the fate of Syria.
When asked whether they are afraid of going to fight, they respond, “No. No. No. … We’re only afraid of Allah.”
Allah is their god and their inspiration. What these young men lack in battlefield experience, they make up for with religious fervor and hatred of the Syrian regime.
“The regime has tanks, planes, helicopters. You just have AK-47s and RPGs. How can you defeat them in Aleppo?” they were asked.
“We have Allah with us,” said Ali, 21. “He will send soldiers.”
This is the holy month of Ramadan, when most Muslims fast all day. After sundown, they break fast. During dinner, the mood is light — not what you’d expect hours before the big fight.
Afterward, it’s time to gear up. The young men eagerly wait for their names to be called. Weapons are assigned — AK-47s and rocket-propelled grenades.
If they’re nervous, they are hiding it well.
“Victory or martyrdom,” Ali says. “God willing.”
Ali and the others who have been chosen for battle say goodbye to their brothers-in-arms and head out into the dark. Those left behind are disappointed.
Abdulrahman went last time and tonight, it clearly pains him to be missing out.
For many, this will be the first and maybe last fight of their lives. There is not a hint of doubt among them that this is a battle that must be waged — and won.

ABC News’ Enjoli Francis in New York contributed to this story. [click source link to see his video]

SOURCE:: http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/2012/08/syria-young-fighters-prepare-for-battle-in-aleppo/

-- by Alexander Marquardt (twitter)

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Whoever changes his religion, kill him.

where was the explanation of this?

I had the page but I lost it, if it is about war, then what is the reference.

Assalaam,

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