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Offline The Canadian Atheist

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Saturnday, Sunday, Moonday;
Saturday, Sunday, Monday;

Judaism represents Saturn, Saturday
Christianity represents the Sun, Sunday
Islam represents the Moon, Monday

The cult of Saturn, the six pointed star of David, color of Saturn is black. This is why the Jews wear black and enter a synagogue with the star of Saturn on it, they worship on Saturday, which is for Saturn!

The star of Saturn
The cult of the Sun, the cross of the zodiac, Christians worship on sunday, they face East while praying (the sun rises from the East), they believe Jesus is the 'light of the world' and his 12 disciples are the 12 zodiac signs of the sun.


Horus and his 12 disciples, 4000 years before Christ

The cross of the zodiac
The cult of the moon has the symbol of the moon, a crescent.

Offline Tanveer

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Re: The three Abrahamic religions represent the first three days of the week
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2013, 10:42:10 AM »
You are a buffoon Canadian Atheist. If you even had a little knowledge of history you would know that the crescent moon symbol is very recent. Please, tell me where anywhere in the Quran or hadith it says Allah is a moon god? Or maybe you think the moon god created himself because the Quran said the moon is Allah's creation?

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Re: The three Abrahamic religions represent the first three days of the week
« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2013, 12:22:24 PM »
Dear canadian Atheist,
You arguement is not that convincing, since you should know that Islam is NOT symbolised by the moon, It was the symbol of Ottoman Turkey, which was then adopted by many other countries, for most of its history Islam didn't have a symbol, and you should know that in the Quran it clearly says
The sun and the moon are merely creations of God.
Do your research buddy
Peace

Offline adnaanshaikh195

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Re: The three Abrahamic religions represent the first three days of the week
« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2013, 02:36:11 PM »
So ignorant, like someone mentioned above (Not bothered to check), the moon and crescent was not used at the time of our Prophet (Peace and blessings be upon him)'s period, it was adapted later in the year 1400 or so, up until then plain black/green flags (I think) were used.

There is nothing in Islam to support pagan claims, you won't find any.

The Jews were black because they try distinguish themselves from everyone else, also with the Horus and his 12 disciples crap, that's all bogus and made up (I think it is?)

Now, the best part, the days of the week, we don't use those days (In islamic countries), the days have always been named day 1,2,3 etc.
The moonday crap was created by the pagan romans, they even had 10 months in there 'Year'.

Stop with these stupid claims, lol.
God's message has always been the same, worship him alone.

Messengers were sent to ALL nations.

Offline Mujahid Saifullah

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Re: The three Abrahamic religions represent the first three days of the week
« Reply #4 on: January 29, 2013, 09:47:12 PM »
The days of the week are derived from the polytheistic religions.

http://www.crowl.org/Lawrence/time/days.html

Polytheism & Idolatry are shirk. The symbols that represent religions are not meant to be worshiped, they exist for convenience. i.e. The crescent moon is not an Islamic symbol, however we all associate it with our deen.

 

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