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« on: November 16, 2019, 11:00:40 PM »
Honestly theres no proof against this, They are judging the Quran with their own biblical view which in itself is a fallacious reasoning, It is a circular reasoning fallacy Because they have no evidence for their authenticity of the Bible's claims.

So. As the subject describes. this will be directed towards Atheists mainly rather than Christians or Jews or so on.

Alot of the times We are bought with the question by an atheist. Where is the evidence that the Prophet SAW. Did any of the miracles shown in the authentic hadith?.

The Answer to this is in the history of hadith. the hadiths about certain miracles are mutawaatir. They have been mass-reported and have a direct chain back to the Companions of the Prophet SAW and the Qurayshis who witnessed the miracles. So this is one witness evidence that indeed, something had have to happened in the time. Its almost impossible that Bukhari Rahimahullah, or his likes could even make up a lie. Throughout the 1400 years of Islamic history, we had multitudes of Medieval scholars ready to criticize and review the chains of each hadith. Which they did, Bukhari himself had a strict filtration process for his hadith. Its well known that if there was even one defect in a hadith, he would have thrown it out. So this is a witness evidence to The Prophet SAWs miracles. And history is judged by such kind of evidence because these are the best kind of evidences we have on history. many Historians dont ask for images or Extra-terrestrial evidences of such kind of events that happened in history, they judge by the consensus of each Report of a certain historical event that what is consolidated and what can we deem true? So a shared view is very important in Historical accounts.

We have questions about certain hadiths that, even if these were true, what if it was a hallucination, or what if It was a made up lie?

This question that we are asked concerning the miracles has two implied arguments.

A.) That The Prophet SAW's Companions were hallucinating
B.) They made the Miracles up for some narrative.

So A.) We can already deduce why this argument is a bad argument, its absurd. It wasnt just one companion who saw the Prophet SAW doing such miracles, it was the whole Tribe of Quraysh and the whole group of Companions. We see in the hadith and Quran about this. For example, the Idea that The Prophet SAW was a sahir(magician) Astaghfirullah. There was a reason why they called him such, The Quraysh were trying to find any excuse and way to try and thwarp the miracles and explain them off.

The Quran explains this too in Quran 54:2 "And if they see a miracle, they turn away and say, "Passing magic."

Even in the hadith

'He said: I met a person in Mecca who is on your religion and he claims that verily it is Allah Who has sent him. I said: What do the people say about him? He said: They say that he is a poet or a Kahin or a magician'

B.) They made up a lie to create a narrative.

Now this is very very unlikely as such a huge lie and narrative would have some reports about such and such lies because this means they lied about the whole generation of 610-630 A.Ds. Which is very unlikely. This is also a extremely absurd claim.

In history, Lies were made for benefit and gain by people. what did the Companions gain from 'lying'? This limited them to prayers, bought them on the same level as slaves of the time, and it gave them faith. There are multiple hadiths outlining how a king is no different from a slave. so there was very little benefit or gain about 'lying'.

GENERAL TOPICS | BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS / Refutation to the Aisha claim.
« on: June 13, 2019, 06:52:40 PM »

In this article we will see if A’isha r.a’s marriage was historically, and biologically justified and then derive a conclusion from that.

This article is divided into 3 sections:

1. Aisha r.a’s marriage in light of history.

2.Aisha r.a’s marriage in Light of Biology.

3. Justification and Conclusion.


The reason I’m writing this post about Aisha r.a is because although there are alot of Refutations about Aisha r.a’s marriage, their points donot really provide extra sources, which lead to anti muslims quotemining and cherrypicking said refutations to misrepresent the author, here In Shaa’ Allah, I will not only provide as many sources as I can, but I will try my best to write the article in such a way that there is no excuse left.

Anyways let us begin the refutation.

(Aisha R.A’s marriage in light of history)

So here I will simply outline many kings who married younger girls and also quote some articles to show that people died younger hence married earlier. So let us first begin with 5 historical marriages that took place.

1.Caterina Sforza

“Despite the bride’s being just 10 years of age, the marriage of Caterina & Girolamo was celebrated in January 1473, but consummated 4 years later, when Caterina reached the tender age of 14“


2.Agnes of France

First marriage
“According to William of Tyre, Agnes was eight on her arrival at Constantinople when she was married with Alexios”


3.Isabella of Valois

“On 31 October 1396, almost the age of seven, Isabella married the widower King Richard II of England in a move for peace with France.[1]“


4.Margaret Beaufort

“Margaret was 12 when she married the 24-year-old Edmund Tudor on 1 November 1455. The Wars of the Roses had just broken out; Edmund, a Lancastrian, was taken prisoner by Yorkist forces less than a year later. He died of the plague in captivity at Carmarthen on 3 November 1456, leaving a 13-year-old widow who was seven months pregnant with their child.“


5.Joan of Navarre

“At the age of 11, Joan married the future Philip IV of France on 16 August 1284, becoming queen consort of France in 1285 a year later“


So now we have established that these marriages were common, now all that is left is to show one of the major reasons these marriages took place, which is early deaths.

“At birth, the average life expectancy of a person born during medieval times was between 25 and 35 years“


Now we simply have to analyse all historical data in light of Aisha r.a, now we know marriages like Aisha r.a’s were common and the motives behind them was early deaths.

Hence historically the Marriage was normal and justified

(Aisha r.a’s marriage in light of biology)

Now most marriages are usually justified if a person is mentally and physically ready, here we will prove that Aisha r.a was ready for marriage

Aisha r.a hit Puberty:

” I had seen my parents following Islam since I attained the age of puberty. Not a day passed but the Prophet (ﷺ) visited us, both in the morning. And evenings”

bukhari book 8 hadith 124

Now all thats left is to show that she was intellectualy ready.

Her Ability to narrate and advise is one proof she had intellectual maturity but its not enough her aggressiveness in defense of the Prophet SAW, her ability to read the whole Quran are evidences she had intellectual maturity. So i dont need to provide hadith for this this is basic things you can search about Aisha r.a but I will provide two testimony to her knowledge as to not leave out sources.
Al Hakim mentions in al-Mustadrak, “One-fourth of the rule of Shariah was narrated on the authority of Aishah. (Women Around the Messenger, pg 65)
Abu Moosa al-Ash’ari said, “Whenever a hadith was unclear to us (the Companions), and we asked Aisha (RA) about it, we always gained knowledge about that Hadith from her.” (Women Around the Messenger, pg 65)

(Justification and Conclusion)

I believe this is enough to Justify the Marriage of Aisha r.a,it is historically and biologically justified as she hit puberty and her marriage was normal

So the simple conclusion is her marriage was justified as shown here, so everything anti muslims say about her is not only unsupported by history but may bounce back to them as it was their western figures too marrying at young ages. So really all this BS sorrounding The Marriage is just that BS and will remain false in eyes of educated people who studied historical figures and life expectancy and who Aisha r.a was

So, I know this is an old and dead topic but the claim of NDE's is still repeated by Christians. and btw sorry for being offline for so long, Was just busy with school,etc.

So now, one thing a Christian should be very very cautious of before interpreting his own NDE, is that NDE's can be very negative, because according to the bible itself, NDE's could be deceptions and so could dreams of Jesus
1 The Spirit clearly says that in later times some will abandon the faith and follow deceiving spirits and things taught by demons., 1 Timothy 4:1

Now. if we connect this with the description of what demons said in Luke 4:31-41
"41 Moreover, demons came out of many people, shouting, “You are the Son of God!” But he rebuked them and would not allow them to speak, because they knew he was the Messiah.".

We see that Demons call Jesus The Son of God, so these Dreams can be interpreted as satanic and therefore false dreams and therefore a christian should not use NDE's as any proof for his religion because it is a strike at his own faith.

« on: June 13, 2019, 05:36:17 PM »
Its not just Ali Sina, 90% of the ex muslim community are like this.

GENERAL TOPICS | BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS / Refutation to Epilepsy Objection.
« on: December 15, 2018, 05:33:53 AM »
I thought this anti Islamic trend against Muhammad SAW was gone about temporal lobe epilepsy but I saw people using it yet again. So now here's a complete refutation of this objection.

1.)Weakness, jerking, loss of awareness, et

Focal impaired awareness (complex partial) seizures can be associated with a fixed stare, impaired consciousness, fumbling with their fingers, or lip-smacking movements that last 30 to 60 seconds. There can be a posture change in an arm that also can help identify the location in the brain of these seizures. Some people also speak gibberish or lose their ability to speak in a sensible manner. Some individuals report difficulty with the language, particularly if the seizures are coming from the dominant temporal lobe. Some people may have a generalized tonic-clonic jerking and this can lead to weakness after the seizure has stopped

this never happened with the Prophet Muhammad Saw he was very much aware of his sorrounding and the questions being asked and he used to respond in accordance with revelation.
"I took a walk with the Prophet (ﷺ) on a farm in Al-Madinah, and when he reclined upon a palm-leaf stalk, a group of Jews were passing by. Some of them said, 'We should question him.' Others said: 'Do not question him for he might tell you something that you do not like.' They said to him: 'O Abul-Qasim, narrated to us about the Ruh.' The Prophet (ﷺ) stood for some time, he raised his head toward the heavens, and I recognized revelation was coming to him, until the revelation ceased. Then he (ﷺ) said: "The Ruh is one of the things, the knowledge of which is only with my Lord. And of knowledge, you have been given only a little (17:85).'"

Grade   : Sahih (Darussalam)   
Vol. 5, Book 44, Hadith 3141

2.)Odor and wierd feelings

The aura is actually the first part of a focal seizure before consciousness is impaired. Examples of auras include:

A sudden sense of unprovoked fear or joy
A deja vu experience — a feeling that what's happening has happened before
A sudden or strange odor or taste
A rising sensation in the abdomen, similar to being on a roller coaster

The Prophet SAW never ever reported he felt any of these.

3.)After effects of Seizures

After a temporal lobe seizure, you may have:

A period of confusion and difficulty speaking
Inability to recall what occurred during the seizure
Unawareness of having had a seizure
Extreme sleepiness

The Prophet SAW was never confused as the hadith I provided proves he could recite the words and he was saying words that could be understood.

And he could recall what happened in his revelation hence he spoke of Jibraeel, etc.

He was aware that he got revelation hence he reported it in a hadith

Narrated Jabir bin `Abdullah:
While Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) was talking about the period of pause in revelation. he said in his narration. "Once while I was walking, all of a sudden I heard a voice from the sky. I looked up and saw to my surprise, the same Angel as had visited me in the cave of Hira.' He was sitting on a chair between the sky and the earth. I got afraid of him and came back home and said, Wrap me! Wrap me!" So they covered him and then Allah revealed: 'O you, wrapped up! Arise and warn and your Lord magnify, and your garments purify and dessert the idols.' (74.1-5) Abu Salama said, "(Rijz) are the idols which the people of the Pre-lslamic period used to worship." After this the revelation started coming frequently and regularly

 : Vol. 6, Book 60, Hadith 478

Extreme sleepiness isnt true, The Prophet SAW was infact to the contrary, he would be awake all his nights in prayers in the times of revelation.

4.)Seizures more than 5 mins can kill you and if you're injured you will die

Seek immediate medical help if any of the following occurs:

The seizure lasts more than five minutes.
Breathing or consciousness doesn't return after the seizure stops.
A second seizure follows immediately.
Recovery isn't complete after the seizure is over.
Recovery is slower than usual after the seizure is over.
You have a high fever.
You've injured yourself during the seizure

The Prophet SAW was alive after his revelations and he did heal, and he got a revelation in Makkah while he was injured so if it was TLE why did he not die then due to injury in seizure?

So we can see that TLE and Seizures Epilepsy really donot fit the Prophet Muhammad SAWs case.

Hence this claim is only stupid to make.

Nvm the video needs a bit of reediting i reupload it later

The reason I didnt answer in full and properly is because I had very limited resources to work with in the refutations, and I couldnt quote longer things because people could have barely read it, but I believe my 2nd refutation is much better than the first one to apostate prophet.

GENERAL TOPICS | BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS / My refutation to Apostate Prophet
« on: November 17, 2018, 02:26:27 AM »

I'll be making more refutations and the last part to Apostate Prophet. You can see the texts,etc for yourself and judge by yourself if Apostate Prophet really is truthful.

« on: November 03, 2018, 01:42:59 PM »
Akhi, Science has never created anything like that which is perfect and lives a whole normal life.

Just curious since 2:223 allows it except anal sex according to tafsirs

whats going on here? Osama is literally posting refutations to his own refutations

« on: August 30, 2018, 04:19:51 AM »
Perhaps you think  that but if you've been looking at the media around there, you'd know they show "Muslims"(Who're arent even truly Muslims, just people paid by Indians.) Dissing Muhammad Ali Jinnah and other pakistani figures.

« on: August 21, 2018, 12:10:24 AM »
So I've been focusing on Hindus a bit, so nowadays in the Indian media I see some propaganda against Pakistani's in an attempt to divide Pakistani and Indian Muslims, although we pray in one mosque and share one religion and one progeny from the Mughals and all those empires,

So I just wanted to warn anyone who thinks Pakistani Muslims and Indian Muslims hate eachother, that is not entirely true at all, maybe there are a very rare few of Nationalist Indians and Nationalist Pakistani's, but other than them, the rest of us love our Muslim brothers in India. We respect their leader as we respect Quaid-E-Azam(Muhammad Ali Jinnah), but religiously we all have one leader and that is the Prophet Muhammad (SAW), so just a warning to those watching this fake news, donot believe in it, it's all propaganda to divide us Muslims,

And Islam does not sanction division due to Nationalism, it is a huge sin, and both Indian and Pakistani Muslims believe in this, and both Indian and Pakistani Muslims pray in one mosque, believe in one Quran, worship one God, and believe in his line of Prophets. so there is no division between us religiously and we are brothers in our faith as Muslims. and you will not see any Indian Muslim who is not overly nationalistic and is devout, hating Pakistanis, likewise with Pakistanis.

So yeah, just wanted to put this out there.

« on: July 29, 2018, 06:42:31 AM »
So I want to make some point's against the Problem of Evil, especially since this is my last refutation since I don't see anymore newer arguments to refute but this problem of evil question hasn't been addressed as much as we want it to be.

Now Atheists like to bring up this problem to Muslims over and over again. But what they dont know is that this is not a problem for us, but a problem for them instead.

Lets say that issue in Thailand, when a man died to save 13 boys, now according to Islam he'll have his reward for that. now according to the atheists he will turn to food for worm, is that justice? isn't that great cruelty and evil? now lets say a woman is raped and the man who did it gets away, and lives his whole life happily and becomes food for worm, no punishment at all, now is that justice?

and now The Atheists like to point at Muslims for this question.

But what we have to know is that Evil exists, therefore God exists. especially the Quranic narrative of God. since its the only narrative which calls God creator of Good and Bad(evil). and after that the people suffering from evil, will have rewards in the end according to Islam they wont become food for worm as the Atheists believe, a martyr will go to heaven.

And not only that, most of the evil isnt due to God, it is due to our arrogance, we had two choices. The Better Path or the Worse path. and now we choose the worse path, due to urbanization and industrialization we have diseases which our forefathers have not even seen or known yet we have the guts to point towards our Creator when infact it is us who caused this evil.

Now the hypocrisy of the atheist is, in one hand he's like "WHY DOESNT GOD INTERVENE?!!" and on the other hand when God does give us a good way of life he says "BUT THATS DESTRUCTION OF FREE WILL". So its kind of hypocritical on the atheists term that he expects God to intervene but when God sends something he says that destructs his free will.
So God did give us free will, so what does that prove? that proves we had a choice and we made the wrong one which led to all this evil and suffering so Man is mostly to blame for the problem of evil and not God, God gave us a good way of life which avoids this called Islam, it is the fault of our evil dictators and leaders who don't want to follow the laws of Islam and want to follow the laws of Desire.

So thats why the problem of evil is a huge problem and infact, a bigger one for the Atheist. because he has no answer to it

As for us we have an answer to it, we have free will, and we had a test, our leaders chose the wrong path and the wrong way of writing this test by causing evil.

So what answer does the atheist have? he believes the most innocent,perfect man and the most nicest person he's met will only turn to food for worm when he dies.

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