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I mentioned in previous post ,some examples of the verb used In Arabic doesn't denote automatically a death on a cross , but only hoisting or being hoisted up on a cross or plank or pole for the purpose of defamation and humiliation. so no need here to repeat ...
If the verse 4:157"they neither killed him NOR CRUCIFIED him"

said only "they didn't kill him " then the door is open for speculations (which remain speculations till ether supported by the Qur'an or historical eyewitnesses testimony) ...

but the verse adds to "killed" the verb "crucify" ,to say that not only they didn't kill him but also didn't bound his stretched hands and feet aka crucified him

As'salamu Alaikum dear brothers and sisters,

I just wanted to share my thoughts on Noble Verse 4:157:

1-  It is clear from the Glorious Quran that Jesus Christ was "neither killed nor crucified".

2-  It is also clear from the end of Noble Verse 4:157 that the Jews didn't kill Jesus Christ with clear certainty (wa ma qataloohu yaqeena).  In other words, it could mean that they thought he died when he was still alive.

To me, the Noble Verse could mean that Christ was actually put on the cross.  When Allah Almighty said that they neither crucified him nor killed him, the Noble Verse could mean that Christ not killed on the cross, nor was he killed by any other mean such as stabbing (In the Bible's New Testament, Christ did get pierced while on the cross).  Now, we Muslims also believe that the entire Bible is full of corruption.  Even the Bible's own theologians admit that most of its books and gospels were written by unknown people, in unknown dates and unknown places.  Please visit: http://www.answering-christianity.com/authors_gospels.htm.

3-  Yet, according to the Bible itself in Isaiah 53, Psalm 91 and Psalm 116 and Psalm 118, Christ will be honored, protected from harm, no harm will come upon him, the Angels will come down to protect him and lift him up from all harm, and GOD Almighty will hear his prayers and will protect him and not have him get hurt.  Please visit: http://www.answering-christianity.com/isaiah_53.htm for ample proofs.

Whatever took place and however you look at it, the final conclusion that you can always draw from reading even the Bible is that Jesus Christ did not die on the cross.  Period.  This I believe is a clear-cut fact as also Dr. Zakir Naik has thoroughly demonstrated in the link that I gave in the previous post above, which is also linked at the top of this article that I linked in this post as well.  I don't think we, the Muslims, should bang our heads too much on whether Christ was placed on the cross or not.   There is also, from the Bible, clear evidence that Christ might have been replaced by the other "Jesus son of his father" (Jesus Barraba) by Pilate.  So it's also possible that Christ was never put on the cross.  But like I said, whether he was put or not, even from the Bible alone we can easily draw a strong conclusion that Christ never died on the cross.  Visit the link that I gave for more details and proofs.

May Allah Almighty bless you.  Ameen.

Your brother,
Osama Abdallah




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Peace be upon you Jesus,

Please visit: http://www.answering-christianity.com/minimum_age_for_marriage.htm (What is the minimum age for marriage in Islam?).  In Main Section #6 in the article, I posted a debate that I had with a Christian regarding Noble Verse 65:4 that you mentioned.

In a nutshell, there is no specific magical number for minimum age for marriage in Islam, where one day younger makes the person prohibited to marry.  Rather, the Glorious Quran, in the Noble Verses that I provided in the article, makes it abundantly clear that

1- INFANTS
2- BABIES
3- CHILDREN
4- And even incapable teenagers who are not fully grown up based on what the current life requires

Are not permitted to marry.
 

Here are the article's main sections:

1-  Children must reach ashuddah (full strength and growth) and adulthood.

2-  Children reaching "the age of marriage" in Noble Verse 4:6.

3-  Female-children becoming fataaya (young ladies) become ready to be "wed" (4:25).

4-  Wisdom and Knowledge from Allah Almighty came after ashuddah.

5-  What about Prophet Muhammad's marriage with 9-year old Aisha?

6-  What about Noble Verse 65:4?  Does it not allow marriage with children?  (A conversation between me and a Christian)

7-  Prophet Muhammad's advise to "O young grown-ups (shabab)" (يا معشر الشباب) for marriage.

Another article worth visiting is: http://www.answering-christianity.com/aisha.htm.  In it, you'll also see that Mary, peace be upon her, was as young as 11 when she had Jesus Christ.  This means that she was as young as 10 when she got pregnant.

But anyway, please read the first link I gave you.  You'll find your answers from the Glorious Quran, insha'Allah (if Allah Almighty is Willing).

Take care,
Osama Abdallah

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Wa Alaikum As'salam dear brother Abd-Al-Rahman,

Thank you dear brother for the PM and email.  Yes, I got them, and I sincerely apologize for not getting back to you.  I've been swamped with so many things.  I will most definitely use your valuable information on the 'Bee Miracle' article, insha'Allah, dear brother.  Thank you for all of the information.  I greatly appreciate it, akhi (brother).

Take care,
Osama Abdallah

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Your site inspires me.  ;D

Thank you dear brother!  ;D.

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Good point dear brother 'Final Overture'.  Christ can not be GOD Almighty, the Creator of the Universe, in light of the following verse and many other verses from the Bible:

""Why do you call me good?" Jesus answered. "No one is good–except God alone."  (From the NIV Bible, Mark 10:18)"

Your brother,
Osama Abdallah

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I'm not quite sure where you would get the presumption that Jesus coveted from these verses.

Peace be upon you pianoxtreme99,

I got it from the fact that Jesus Christ, according to the NT, was between GOD and satan for 40 days and 40 nights.  That's a lot of time for temptation.  And yes, while Christ, the Prophet of Allah Almighty, didn't commit the sins that satan wanted him to commit, but he still coveted, because it took him a very long time to overcome satan's temptation.  I don't know how you would feel if your wife was between you and another man for 40 days and 40 nights. 

What kind of a GOD is Jesus Christ, anyway, when the Bible clearly says that GOD Almighty can not be tempted.  Yet, Jesus was very badly tempted for 40 days and 40 nights by satan.

Jesus was not GOD Almighty, nor was he perfect.  He was a creation of GOD Almighty and he wasn't perfect.  He was GOD Almighty's Messenger and Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him and upon all of the Prophets and Messengers of GOD Almighty.  Ameen.

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Answer to you: Jesus is the son of God, he does not sin nor desire sin; it is revolting to Him. For example, if you tempt me with a plate of manure, tempting me for a day, a week, 23 days or even 40 days isn't going to increase my desire to eat the plate of manure. Jesus was tempted to sin, but he did not covet after the sin. Again, Hebrews 4:15. According to the Bible, Christ was sinless and perfect.

You are clearly confused between being actually tempted, and someone trying to tempt you while you're not interested.  In order for you to be tempted, you have to have an interest or desire in the thing that you're being tempted on.  This is why Jesus Christ, because of his temptation, had "evil desires" in him, and felt spiritually "weak", and got very weak that Angels had to come down to spiritually "attend him".  And he's the same person who said that if your eye sins then pluck it out, and if your hand sins then cut it off and throw it away.  Yet, satan was able to scramble his desires for 40 days and 40 nights.  If that is not coveting, pianoxtreme99, then what is it then?  Please visit: http://www.answering-christianity.com/satanic_verses.htm.

Furthermore, in order for you to be tempted in something, you have to have a desire and wish of having it.  The Catholic Priests who supposedly stay virgins are constantly tempted to have sex (either with children, women or other men).  Many of them resist it and many of them fail and commit the sexual sin.  Those who failed failed because they already had the urge in them.   Temptation just simply paved the way for them to commit the sin.  But have they not had any desire in having sex (as humans we all have that desire) then they would not be tempted. 

To put it more simply and clearly for you, pianoxtreme99, I may be able to tempt you to have sex with a woman, because deep inside you you may be dying to have her, and we both may happen to know her in person, and she's single and she has an great interest in you, and in your head you'd be thinking about it, but I most definitely won't be able to tempt you to eat a rotten, dead and stinking cat that is laying on the side of a road, because you most certainly don't have that desire and urge to eat that disgusting thing.  Let alone you taking 40 days and 40 nights to think about it.  And Christ supposedly came from Heaven.  Therefore, nothing on this earth should tempt him for 1 second, let alone for 40 days and 40 nights.  My apologies to the reader if my example sounded disgusting.  I was just making a point that demonstrates the difference between actually being tempted, and someone trying to tempt you on something that you would never be tempted on.

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Again, Hebrews 4:15. According to the Bible, Christ was sinless and perfect.

Frankly, I don't care what the man-made Hebrews 4:15 says, because the evidence is overwhelmingly clear about Jesus Christ being tempted very badly by satan, and him being between GOD and satan for 40 days and 40 nights.  Yes, to me that is coveting.  And coveting is one of the Bible Old Testament's moral sins.  Again, I am not saying that Christ was evil here.  But he certainly wasn't perfect nor sinless.  And most importantly, he is not, was not and can not be GOD Almighty, the Creator of the Universe.  Saying he was is a clear blasphemy.

Please visit: visit: http://www.answering-christianity.com/authors_gospels.htm to see how most of the Bible was not only written by ordinary men who were not chosen by GOD Almighty, but they were also mysterious and unknown authors.  The books were also written in unknown dates and unknown lands.  And they're full of contradictions as this link clearly demonstrates.

I hope this makes it abundantly clear for you.

Take care,
Osama Abdallah


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I am looking for a refutation of some arguments found on the Wikiislam website. I am especially interested to find refutation of those arguments:

http://wikiislam.net/wiki/Is_the_Quran_from_God%3F

http://wikiislam.net/wiki/Contradictions_in_the_Qur'an

http://wikiislam.net/wiki/Scientific_errors_in_the_Quran

I want a refutation that addresses the substantive truth or falsehood of a matter.

Peace be upon you Mokko,

I've gone through much of the lists in the links that you gave above, I tell you that at least 90% if not 100% of them were answered on http://www.answering-christianity.com.

The links that contain the ample responses to the points that your links provided are:

http://www.answering-christianity.com/quran.htm (refutes the first two links you gave)

http://www.answering-christianity.com/ac20.htm#links (the Overwhelming Scientific Miracles in the Glorious Quran)


I really don't feel it is necessary to list each point and the link of the article that directly refutes it.  I'll leave that to the reader to sort through.  Our website has literally 1,000s of articles and rebuttals.  There are well over 1,000 rebuttals to direct attacks on Islam on the website.  And your links above give at least 200 points against Islam.  It'll be massive to list each one of them here and the link that refutes it.

Therefore Mokko, like brother Egyptian suggested above, can you please list your top 5 to 10 points that you feel should be a concern to Muslims regarding Islam?  I think this will be far more realistic and will enable us to engage the topics in more details and more fairly.

I look forward to interacting with you on this.

Thanks,
Osama Abdallah

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Thank you bro Osama for uploading that debate...I haven't watched it yet ...

but as a matter of fact ,I find a surprising description " Dr. Zakir Naik where he thoroughly demonstrated from the Bible's New Testament that Jesus Christ was never crucified, nor did he ever rise from the dead."

with such description ,I guess I will have a critical word against Dr Naik's approach in that debate.
let me first watch it inshallah....

Thanx again brother Osama ,for your never ending efforts.

Assalamualaikom.

As'salamu Alaikum dear brother,

Yes, Dr. Zakir Naik demonstrated very thoroughly from the NT that Christ never died on the cross.  And he also never resurrected from the dead either.  IN fact, he challenged Christians to show one verse where it says that Jesus Christ resurrected from the dead.  Yes, that boldly. :)  I know, it sounds surprising, but seriously, the brother did an awsome job demonstrating his points.

May Allah Almighty bless you akhi.  Yes, please watch the debate :).

Your brother,
Osama Abdallah

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As'salamu Alaikum dear brothers and sisters in Islam,

I have just uploaded a 3-hour debate between Dr. Zakir Naik and Pastor Rukni on "Was Jesus Christ Crucified?":



The debate is located at: http://www.answering-christianity.com/was_jesus_crucified_debate_between_dr_zakir_naik_and_pastor_rukni.wmv.  This is yet another wonderful 3-hour debate and video by Dr. Zakir Naik where he thoroughly demonstrated from the Bible's New Testament that Jesus Christ was never crucified, nor did he ever rise from the dead.

Take care,
Osama Abdallah

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I insist that a refutation is different from threats (example of threat: "those who believe this website will be punished") and different from attacks (example of attack: "those who wrote this website are bad and stupid people")

As'salamu Alaikum,

Thanks for the post, Mustafa.  I first can easily tell that you're not just a non-Muslim, but you also seem to be an Islamophobe.  The reason I say this is because in the 10 or so years that I've been blogging and interacting with people online, I haven't run into a single Muslim who made threats to anyone who posed simple and honest questions on Islam.  Furthermore, our Holy Quran demands producing of proofs to claims (see Noble Verses 2:111, 28:75).  So, any query or question regarding Islam must not be dealt with in hostility.  On the contrary, Mokko (Mustafa), I've been to the website that you linked below, and I've seen lots of hostility and insults towards Islam and Muslims who post simple posts.  In fact, Ali Sina wished death upon all Muslims and said that no Muslim is innocent: http://www.answering-christianity.com/sina_kill_all_muslims.jpg.  So it's ok for Muslims to be oppressed and conspired against, but it's forbidden for them to respond to the evil that is plotting against them, according to Ali Sina.  I was also insulted many times before, and my posts were removed many times before on that website, becasue they did not want the reader to see the real Truth of the Islamic side.

You certainly will not be threatened here as well.  So, let's drop the garbage at once and be honest.  I know that the hateful Islamophobes are desperate to make Islam and Muslims look bad in anyway, shape or form.  Your silly attempt here is just a small example of this. 

Now to the core of your post, above.  I will thoroughly refute it for you, insha'Allah.  Just give me a couple of days, insha'Allah.

Take care and welcome to this board.  I ask Allah Almighty that you see the Truth of Islam someday.  Ameen.

Osama Abdallah

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Quran Morality and Moral Code, Laws & QA / Re: Variant in surah 33:6
« on: August 24, 2012, 08:56:33 AM »
Hi Jesus,

Here is Noble Verse 33:6:

[033:006]  The Prophet is closer to the Believers than their own selves, and his wives are their mothers. Blood-relations among each other have closer personal ties, in the Decree of God. Than (the Brotherhood of) Believers and Muhajirs: nevertheless do ye what is just to your closest friends: such is the writing in the Decree (of God).

I am not sure what you mean by variant.  What issue do you see in this Noble Verse?

Take care,
Osama Abdallah

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As'salamu Alaikum dear brothers and sisters,

The Old Testament declares in many places that Jesus Christ will never be killed, nor be crucified.  Please visit:

http://www.answering-christianity.com/isaiah_53.htm

http://www.answering-christianity.com/psalm_91.htm

http://www.answering-christianity.com/psalm_116_117_118.htm


For ample references and details.  Isaiah 53, Psalm 91 and Psalm 116, 117 and 118 have ample claims that Christ will never be harmed or killed.

Your brother,
Osama Abdallah

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Wa Alaikum As'salam Wa Rahmatu Allah Wa Barakatuh dear brother Abd-Al-Rahman,

Thank you very much brother for the kind words.  May Allah Almighty greatly bless you!  Ameen.  All Praise and Glory are due to Allah Almighty Alone.  I am happy that our team was a good help for you dear brother :).  May your faith in Islam always be strong and solid.  Ameen.  I will insha'Allah use your material and points that you posted and finish the article.  I completely forgot to finish the article  ;D.  But thank you for the new information akhi (brother), it will insha'Allah help me finish it soon.

Take care akhi and please don't hesitate to either email me, or post anything here if you need any help in anything.

Your brother in Islam,
Osama Abdallah

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Wow! I've never been so deep into the page, what's your very first article, as I see the note.
May Allah reward you brother.

Assaalaam,


Thank you dear brother :).  I couldn't remember which was my first article :).  It's been too long for me :). Hehehhehe.

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As'salamu Alaikum dear brother Adnane,

In the link that I gave you, the verse was a Hebrew translation of the Aramaic.  In the Hebrew, the word is "Mushlam".  However, in the Aramaic translations of the word "perfect" in the link that you gave us, http://www.peshitta.org/ (Click on "Tools" -> "Lexicon") , I've seen many New Testament references with words that have the root of "Islam" and "Muslim" such as:

OaMSHaMLaYaA              Colossians — 4:12
OaMSHaMLaYT'aA            Yaqub — 1:17     (What is Yaqub??)
MSHaMLYaA                     Yukhanan — 16:24, 17:13, Yaqub — 1:4, 1Yukhanan — 1:4, 4:18
MSHaMLaYT'aA                 Marqus — 4:28
MSHaMLaYaA                   Yukhanan — 16:24, 17:13, Yaqub — 1:4, 1Yukhanan — 1:4, 4:18
OaMSHaLMaN
OaMSHaLMaNaA              Hebrews — 9:11
......
SHaLMaA                         Matti — 5:9, Marqus — 12:38, Luqa — 1:29, 2:14, 5:36, 10:5, 10:6, 14:32, 19:38, 20:46, 24:36
† Yukhanan — 14:27, 14:27, 16:33, 20:19, 20:21, 20:26
† Acts — 9:31, 10:36, 18:18, 21:19, 21:7
† Yaqub — 3:17, 3:18
† Keepa — 3:11, 5:14
† Romans — 1:7, 5:1, 10:15, 12:18, 14:19, 16:5
† 1Corinthians — 16:21
† Galatians — 5:22, 6:16
† Ephesians — 1:2, 2:17, 6:23
† Colossians — 1:2, 4:18
† 2Thessalonians — 3:16, 3:17
† 2Timothy — 4:19
† Hebrews — 10:6, 10:8, 12:14

etc....

There are 10s of them.   I will further investigate these verses and words and get to the bottom of their meanings.  It seems to me that the English translators are hiding the overwhelming evidence from the New Testament that proves Islam on purpose.

Osama Abdallah
www.answering-christianity.com


 


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