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« on: July 29, 2016, 06:27:18 PM »
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Such are the opening words from "The Disbelievers", chapter 109 of the Qur'an

The final line, 109:6, further goes on to say this: "For you is your religion, and for me is my religion."

Words to live by, for certain!

I'd like to add a few words from Albert Pike (33x Freemason) with this quote:

May The Light (Al-Noor) guide us not to our material desires, but to the fulfillment of our spiritual needs.

Assuming 60% Sunni at that time and 40% Shia harmoniously living together in Iran for 700 years without civil war is simply impossible

This is very true, thanks for at least admitting that.

Wow, thanks for the thorough analyses!

For the same reason why the Bible says:

Psalm 82:1- "God has taken his place in the divine council; in the midst of the gods he holds judgment:"

Both the Bible and the Quran subtly acknowledge the existence of multiple gods.

All religions are divinely inspired, and have roots in the worship of the stars (Astrotheology)

In Islam we see this when Muslims revolve around the black cube in Mecca.

As for my religious views, I am a Gnostic Luciferian, but what is that, but a mere label?

The treatment of Shiites under Sunni rule has been well documented by Non-Muslim sources.
"ISIS believes that the Shias are apostates and must die in order to forge a pure form of Islam. BAGHDAD: Whether a person is a Shia or a Sunni Muslim in Iraq can now be, quite literally, a matter of life and death."

"the Shiites are treated pretty fairly in Saudi Arabia"

Structural poverty worse than the kind we have for African Americans in the United States for Shiites in Saudi Arabia

Crusade-like raids of the Shiite city of Karbala in the 19th century:
"Muslims [Wahhabis referred to themselves as Muslims, not believing Shia to be Muslims] scaled the walls, entered the city [...] and killed the majority of its people in the markets and in their homes. [They] destroyed the dome placed over the grave of al-Husayn [and took] whatever they found inside the dome and its surroundings [...] the grille surrounding the tomb which was encrusted with emeralds, rubies, and other jewels [...] different types of property, weapons, clothing, carpets, gold, silver, precious copies of the Qur'an.""

I think the "He is one eyed" refers to Cyclops of Greek Mythology. Lots of ancient mythology is incorporated into various religious texts.

So, the anti-christ, is Christianity? Lol, yer a wizard OP.

I have done my research. I'm a Non-Muslim but I am fully aware of what happens to Shiites in countries like Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, etc.

The Saudi Arabian government claims they are apostates and dictates the death penalty for them in their law. The Taliban is very Anti-Shiite, as are other major radical Islamic terrorist groups.

As for his conspiracy theories, they are not only anti-semitic, but anti-pagan as well.

POLITICS & RELIGION / Re: The American Muslims and Elections
« on: July 28, 2016, 06:29:17 PM »
Shouldn't Muslims be against both parties because they're both pro-war/destabilization of the Middle East?

I could also interpret the verses as a critique of conservatism (ie following the old ways)

On one hand, the administrator claims

"Besides, with all of this tumult that is happening between Sunnis and Shias in the Muslim world, where today we have 60,000 in Syria alone got killed because of this very issue.."

On numerous other pages from the same website, he claims that the destabilization in the Middle East is the product of a Jewish conspiracy, and not religious in-fighting. Which one is it?


If it is true that "Allah forbade us from dwelling in what the people before us did", in that case, shouldn't everyone stop eating animal meat? Since that is what "people before us" did

« on: July 28, 2016, 09:48:57 AM »
The number 666 is the Carbon atom, and man.

Carbon-12 has six protons, six neutrons, and six electrons. Carbon is found in abundance in the stars and as Carl Sagan once said, "We're made of star stuff".

Carbon comes from the Latin word "carbo", which itself is for charcoal or coal.

Isaiah 6:6 - "Then one of the seraphim flew to me with a live coal in his hand, which he had taken with tongs from the altar."

Seraphim are defined (under Christian theology) as:

"an angelic being, regarded in traditional Christian angelology as belonging to the highest order of the ninefold celestial hierarchy, associated with light, ardor, and purity."
(Source: Google Dictionary)

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