Not with a 'hot' woman by definition.darth wrote:You could have known a woman for months (or years), but start having inappropriate (lustful) thoughts quite suddenly.
Have a look at Muslims successful early campaigns and tell me more...darth wrote:Immersing oneself into God and all that sh!t is a mental projection
Tell me again how Jibril isn't a messenger, the link between all Koranic messengers whom should be obeyed equally because of that.darth wrote:Show jibril in this verse or acknowledge that you are simply throwing some sh!t
There can't be any valid 'obey the messenger' without Jibril's sanction in the equation...
2.97: Say (O Muhammad, to mankind): Who is an enemy to Gabriel! For he it is who hath revealed (this Scripture)
to thy heart by Allah's leave, confirming that which was (revealed) before it, and a guidance and glad tidings to believers.
Clearly, the Allah-Jibril-Human chain can't be broken in parts when talking about messengers/revelations.
The guidance is that of the Koran through Jibril. Nothing to do with the so-called 'sunna' of Muhammad.
And those are defined, thus limited, and not to be followed.darth wrote:Quran gave mo extra rights whether you like it or not.
Read again, this is far from being the case:darth wrote:33.53 is talking specifically to men who linger and converse with mo's wives.
--''If ye are invited, enter, and, when your meal is ended, then disperse. Linger not for conversation.
--That would cause annoyance to the Prophet, and he would be shy of (asking) you (to go)''.
The next sentence states that women must only be addressed from behind a curtain when talked to.
They aren't as available for conversation as Muhammad. Thus the first two sentences apply to him.
So they do forbid conversation reports, as indiscretions, like in the yellow-paper hadiths...