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A Muslim and a lucky guy

PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2012 8:32 pm
by ali12
I am a Muslim by birth and I know that I am really a lucky person that I am a Muslim . And it's true that a Muslim can realize the logical sides of his believe which is not possible for a man of a different religion . But I cant understand the think of the ex-Muslims who have leave Islam after knowing it but I think they use to leave without knowing Islam fully . But I am interested to know their views .
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Re: A Muslim and a lucky guy

PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:46 pm
by ygalg
ali12 wrote:I am a Muslim by birth and I know that I am really a lucky person that I am a Muslim . And it's true that a Muslim can realize the logical sides of his believe which is not possible for a man of a different religion . But I cant understand the think of the ex-Muslims who have leave Islam after knowing it but I think they use to leave without knowing Islam fully . But I am interested to know their views .

logically to believe in probabilities that proved themselves in field of reality. like throwing a dice.

a dice with all its sides known, won't come out with a new side (7th). the probabilities can be only assumed on fixed six sides of the dice.

Re: A Muslim and a lucky guy

PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2012 12:20 am
by Alenko
Lucky? More like... pity. You never had a chance to escape Islam's clutches.

Re: A Muslim and a lucky guy

PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2012 1:41 am
by Marie
There is no logic in Islam.

Re: A Muslim and a lucky guy

PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:27 am
by Nazzim ibn Abu Talib
Typical supremacist view. Be objective soldier, show us some logic when Muhammad says
Sahih Bukhari 4.546
Narrated Anas:
When `Abdullah bin Salam heard the arrival of the Prophet at
Medina, he came to him and said, "I am going to ask you about
three things which nobody knows except a prophet: What is the
first portent of the Hour? What will be the first meal taken
by the people of Paradise? Why does a child resemble its
father, and why does it resemble its maternal uncle" Allah's
Apostle said, "Gabriel has just now told me of their answers."
`Abdullah said, "He (i.e. Gabriel), from amongst all the
angels, is the enemy of the Jews." Allah's Apostle said, "The
first portent of the Hour will be a fire that will bring
together the people from the east to the west; the first meal
of the people of Paradise will be Extra−lobe (caudate lobe) of
fish−liver. As for the resemblance of the child to its
parents: If a man has sexual intercourse with his wife and
gets discharge first, the child will resemble the father, and
if the woman gets discharge first, the child will resemble
her."
On that `Abdullah bin Salam said, "I testify that you
are the Apostle of Allah." `Abdullah bin Salam further said,"O Allah's Apostle! The Jews are liars, and if they should
come to know about my conversion to Islam before you ask them
(about me), they would tell a lie about me." The Jews came to
Allah's Apostle and `Abdullah went inside the house. Allah's
Apostle asked (the Jews), "What kind of man is `Abdullah bin
Salam amongst you?" They replied, "He is the most learned
person amongst us, and the best amongst us, and the son of the
best amongst us." Allah's Apostle said, "What do you think if
he embraces Islam (will you do as he does)?" The Jews said,
"May Allah save him from it." Then `Abdullah bin Salam came
out in front of them saying, "I testify that None has the
right to be worshipped but Allah and that Muhammad is the
Apostle of Allah." Thereupon they said, "He is the evilest
among us, and the son of the evilest amongst us," and
continued talking badly of him.


See the boldened part? Science tells us otherwise. But I know you're not coming back.

Re: A Muslim and a lucky guy

PostPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 7:38 pm
by Yohan
ali12 wrote:I am a Muslim by birth and I know that I am really a lucky person that I am a Muslim . And it's true that a Muslim can realize the logical sides of his believe which is not possible for a man of a different religion . But I cant understand the think of the ex-Muslims who have leave Islam after knowing it but I think they use to leave without knowing Islam fully . But I am interested to know their views .

You are a Muslim because your parents are Muslim, as you stated, and brainwashed by them. If you can free yourself from that chockhold, you would understand why others leave islam.

One more question: Why do you start a thread and never reply? You have started four threads already.

Re: A Muslim and a lucky guy

PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2012 9:02 pm
by ringmaster
ali12 wrote:I am a Muslim by birth and I know that I am really a lucky person that I am a Muslim . And it's true that a Muslim can realize the logical sides of his believe which is not possible for a man of a different religion . But I cant understand the think of the ex-Muslims who have leave Islam after knowing it but I think they use to leave without knowing Islam fully . But I am interested to know their views .
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Why the hell should we learn Arabic online just to please whoremaster allah?

Tell your dumbass allah to learn English.