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« on: July 08, 2018, 02:32:10 PM »
As'salamu Alaikum,

If you want to join a Christian-Muslim discussion about arguments like the Bible, Qur'an, etc, here is the link.

You will find some new Muslim friends. Some Christians are aggressive, but just ignore them. Make sure you read the rules before you join it.

Let me know if you have any question.

Thank you,

« on: June 09, 2018, 07:30:02 PM »
As'salamu Alaikum dear brothers and sisters,

I heard that YouTube blocked one of Islamice Me episodes, citing hate speech.

James White, a Christian scholar, argued that Islamize Me is inappropriate and should be not published on social media. He's correct.

My brothers and sisters, I urge you to flag "Islamize Me" episodes.

First, let's flag episode 24, which is the latest episode of Acts17apologetics channel on YouTube.

Who would join us?

AsSalamu Alaikum dear brother Osama,

Have you heard about Najjar's death?

Here's the link, but did Israel hide the truth about her? Most likely.

« on: June 08, 2018, 12:59:37 AM »
Have you watched this video? It's very awful.

I heard from news claiming that Muslims commited anti-Semitism, but what about Jews?

Christians commonly claims that Jesus encourages Christians to love their enemies. In addition, Jesus urges his followers to love others who are persecuting them.

So my question is, does Christianity really support military?

And I herd that Pope Francis suggested weapon industry can't call themselves Christians.

If Christianity doesn't support military, then this religion is not moral. I mean what about Nazis, Soviet Union, communism and other non-Christian facists? How would Christian army defeat their enemies?

 Panama City:  Latin America and the Caribbean is the most violent region in the world for women, the United Nations said Wednesday, highlighting Central America and Mexico as particularly dangerous.

 In a report presented in Panama, UN Women and the UN Development Programme (UNDP) found assaults on women persisted in the region despite severe laws aimed at curbing the phenomenon.

 "The issue of violence against women in Latin America is critical. It's the most violent region in the world against women outside of conflict contexts," Eugenia Piza-Lopez, head of UNDP's gender mission in Latin America, told AFP.

 The rate of sexual violence against women outside of relationships is the highest in the world in the region, and the second-highest for those who are in, or were in, a couple, the report stated.

 Three of the 10 countries with the highest rates of rape of women and girls were in the Caribbean, it said.

 Femicide, the killing of women, occurred on a "devastating scale" in Central America, it said, explaining that two out three women murdered died because of their gender.

 "In some countries it has become a severe crisis. In the Northern Triangle (Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala) and Mexico the problem of femicide and violence against women has reached epidemic levels, in many cases with links to organized crime," Piza-Lopez said.

 Central America's Northern Triangle is considered the most dangerous area in the world outside war zones, mainly because of rampant gangs and drug cartels.

 The UN report noted that 24 of the 33 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean have laws against domestic violence, but only nine of them have passed legislation that tackles a range of forms of other violence against women in public or private.

 It also said that 16 of the countries had femicide on the books, and a few punished newer types of crimes, such as cybercrime, political violence, or acid attacks.

 Despite those advances, though, the "plague" of violence continues to be a threat to human rights, public health and public safety, it said.

 The UN recommended strengthening institutions and policies in the region, and allocating resources to empower women. It also advised that "patriarchal" cultural norms that maintain gender inequality needed to be addressed.

The report added one third of women worldwide have been a victim of violence in their relationship or of sexual violence by people outside their relationship.



TMA is a total loser. He threatened Asadullah Ali for foolish reasons.

 Like Americans in many other religious groups, a substantial share of adults who were raised Muslim no longer identify as members of the faith. But, unlike some other faiths, Islam gains about as many converts as it loses.

 About a quarter of adults who were raised Muslim (23%) no longer identify as members of the faith, roughly on par with the share of Americans who were raised Christian and no longer identify with Christianity (22%), according to a new analysis of the 2014 Religious Landscape Study. But while the share of American Muslim adults who are converts to Islam also is about one-quarter (23%), a much smaller share of current Christians (6%) are converts. In other words, Christianity as a whole loses more people than it gains from religious switching (conversions in both directions) in the U.S., while the net effect on Islam in America is a wash.

 A 2017 Pew Research Center survey of U.S. Muslims, using slightly different questions than the 2014 survey, found a similar estimate (24%) of the share of those who were raised Muslim but have left Islam. Among this group, 55% no longer identify with any religion, according to the 2017 survey. Fewer identify as Christian (22%), and an additional one-in-five (21%) identify with a wide variety of smaller groups, including faiths such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, or as generally “spiritual.”

 The same 2017 survey asked converts from Islam to explain, in their own words, their reasons for leaving the faith. A quarter cited issues with religion and faith in general, saying that they dislike organized religion (12%), that they do not believe in God (8%), or that they are just not religious (5%). And roughly one-in-five cited a reason specific to their experience with Islam, such as being raised Muslim but never connecting with the faith (9%) or disagreeing with the teachings (7%) of Islam. Similar shares listed reasons related to a preference for other religions or philosophies (16%) and personal growth experiences (14%), such as becoming more educated or maturing.

 One striking difference between former Muslims and those who have always been Muslim is in the share who hail from Iran. Those who have left Islam are more likely to be immigrants from Iran (22%) than those who have not switched faiths (8%). The large number of Iranian American former Muslims is the result of a spike in immigration from Iran following the Iranian Revolution of 1978 and 1979 – which included many secular Iranians seeking political refuge from the new theocratic regime.
 Among those who have converted to Islam, a majority come from a Christian background. In fact, about half of all converts to Islam (53%) identified as Protestant before converting; another 20% were Catholic. And roughly one-in-five (19%) volunteered that they had no religion before converting to Islam, while smaller shares switched from Orthodox Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism or some other religion.

 When asked to specify why they became Muslim, converts give a variety of reasons. About a quarter say they preferred the beliefs or teachings of Islam to those of their prior religion, while 21% say they read religious texts or studied Islam before making the decision to switch. Still others said they wanted to belong to a community (10%), that marriage or a relationship was the prime motivator (9%), that they were introduced to the faith by a friend, or that they were following a public leader (9%).

 In recent years, the number of American Muslims has been growing steadily, by around 100,000 annually. But the fact that the shares of people who enter and leave Islam are roughly equal suggests that conversions to and from the faith are having little impact on the group’s overall growth.

 Nevertheless, Islam will become the second largest religion in  the United States by 2040.


There is a video called "The State of Acts 17 Apologetics Address (Preview of 2018 Projects)".

Videos will be published like "Islamize me", epic rap, superheroes like Captain America and terrorists, etc.

Look at this goofy clown. He wanted to mock Islam.

I'm wondering why he is not interested to refute answering-Christianity or iJihad, etc.

We can make videos to mock Christianity, but that would be inappropriate.

Either way, Osama Abdallah and other Islamic scholars will continue to research and refute Christianity this year, rather than to mock them. 

Please Visit:

Rebuttal to TheReligionOfPeace (TROP) about honor killing.

There is no evidence that Islam support honor killing, yet many women and girls were murdered in Muslim countries.
Also, TROP has commited bandwagon fallacy because it does mean that most women were killed by Muslims has something to do with religious reasons. That's false. The fact that Islamic courts condemn honor killing.

Likewise, honor killing is very rare in Saudi Arabia, according to Wikipedia.

In Latin America, for example, men murdered women and girls which is known as femicide. So can I say that many Christian men murdered women/girls because of Christianity? Again, bandwagon Fallacy.


The video is called  "Is Christianity a Religion of Peace? (Answering Islam Part 17)" by Acts17Apologetics

Brother Osama, how would you refute this clown. I don't care about the Old Testament because it has a lot of violent verses, but what about New Testament and the Gospels?

This is actually one of the stupidest video I've ever watched because it doesn't make any sense. If Christians don't want to fight against their enemies, then let the Ottoman Empire and Soviet Union take over Europe.

David Wood recently published a video about New York terrorist attach. He said that mainstream media published articles about "Allahu Akbar!" when a terrorist shouted at them.
David claimed that Muslim activists are stupid. He argued "Allahu Akbar" is not bigoted for terrorism because of Muhammad's life.

My Rebuttal:
Well, I'm from Saudi Arabia, and the military soldiers say Allahu Akbar many times. I remembered that I watched several videos showing Saudi soldiers shouted "Allahu Akbar!" near the Yemeni border, but mainstream media did not personally like to hear or write about Saudi soldiers' shouting. Jeez, I wonder why.
Thus, Muslim activists are not stupid, but David Wood is truly an idiotical clown. Besides, I say Allahu Akbar for more than 100 times daily. In my average, 99% of Allahu Akbar is used for prayers. 1% for birthday, sports, cheering for something, hangout, and other non-war things. So I'm not sure why David Wood is pathetic, but he did not say anything about my country or Islamic military.

Also, many hadith mentioned about Allahu Akbar that are not related to war, but David ignored these information.

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