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« on: August 05, 2013, 02:42:37 PM »
Eid Mubarak bro, hope you have a great one!!(:

I think I have an explanation that might work, the word "idhamm" means any bone, while "ghurdoof" means any soft bone. So the word idhamm still encompasses the meaning of ghurdoof, its just that ghurdoof is more specific. Well, one might say why doesn't the Qur'an say ghurdoof, the more specific term. I would reply with
1. The Qur'an is not a science book
2. The companions of the prophet, and the later generations understood ghurdoof to mean only the bones that are in the nose and ear therefore it would have been very confusing to them.
3. Ghurdoof was specifically meant for the ears and nose, so it wouldn't have been accurate for types of bones in the embryo because the bones in tge embryo contain osteoblasts while bones in the nose and ear do not.
Hope that helps. Let me know if yall agree or disagree with my explanation.

Their are two possible explanations
They were being sarcastic. They were probably saying how could Isa (saws) have been the messiah/ messenger of god if we killed him

They acknowledged the fact that their were seals upon their hearts (4:155). They  probably realized that he was a prophet but they were too arrogant to obey him

POLITICS & RELIGION / Re: Hadith on twelve successors.
« on: July 26, 2013, 04:55:19 PM »
Are you sure this hadith is authentic?

I remember when I first came across answering Islam and their claims of " contradictions in the Qur'an" and for a second I actually believed their nonsense. But alhamduliilah I found this website and it answered all of their claims. But the one contradiction rebuttal that I thought didn't make sense was "will the unbelievers be rewarded for their good deeds". I began to contemplate and think about the alleged contradiction, then I realized the ayah in surah 99 doesn't say everybody will be rewarded for their good deeds, rather it says they will see it. This most likely means we will see our good and bad deeds in our book of deeds on the day of judgment, because the surah is talking about the day of judgement. subhanallah the Qur'an truely does defend itself.
I would appreciate if yall let me know if yall agree or disagree with my explanation

I wanted to share with yall what I think is the main reason people leave Islam. I have noticed a trend among ex-Muslims that i have met in real life and online in that the majority of them have had bad childhoods and they go on to blame it on god. They have a very similar mentality with those of athiests.
A very weak mindset indeed. It all falls back to "the problem of evil". In order to justify their apostacy, they try to find errors and contradictions in the Qur'an. When in reality they're just covering up their hurt and sorrow. May Allah grant us and them hiddayah. Ameen

This article adds validity to the historicity of the kaaba, it doesn't prove that prophet Ibrahim(saws) built it, just that it existed before the time of prophet Isa(saws)

Bro its the same book I gave you a link to earlier

Brother in mm azalis book it talks about this on page 87

Alright you claim god doesn't exist prove it
Also the fact that religion is an "opium to the masses" doesn't negate gods existence rather it supports gods existence

If you are looking to debate with athiests, I would recommend you watch the lectures and debates by hamza tzortiz

as for the meanings of words changing, the reason we have lexicons such as lisan al Arab is to prevent such changing in meanings. Brother Osama can elaborate on this issue.

Also brother you should realize that Christian missionaries constantly come up with ridiculous theories to try and disprove the Qur'an. Most of the time their claims are baseless and should be laughed at

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