important questions for SAM

Does God exist? Is Allah God? Creation vs. evolution.
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with all the brain farts this is getting smelly.

You have 8 questions to answer.

And nothing is stopping you to start a thread on something else. So go on then... run away.
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are you going to answer or not?
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Stop your silly tap dance and answer or go away.

As I keep telling you, you can start a thread on something else if you want. This one is about 8 short questions you cannot reply to, because you are clueless what they are showing you. That is what sum calls "indoctrination". I used an image some 3000 years older. You are unable to process anything said to you.
As I said if you believe I gave irrelevant answers that your problem is not mine.
Your reply shows utter ignorance. Try again. Your response also shows limitless self-satisfaction and baseless pride. There is a picture of people like you near the entrance to Borubudur. You should go and take a selfie next to it.

Chattering monkeys ... banging cooking pans..... howling hyenas.

You need some serious quiet to answer these, SAM. Quiet of body and mind.


Do try.... it will change your life.


As to any question of yours when was I ever "afraid" of them? I am not alarmed by chattering monkeys and banging cooking pots.

As a first, you claim "victory" in a debate before you even posted the thread, asking the question.

That is why you are about as deluded as you can get.
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Look harder.
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manfred wrote:Look harder.
he is not answering you because he has no answers palatable to normal humans.

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SAM wrote:
manfred wrote:Look harder.
You want me to look harder at your childish questions. :ermm:
Yes. MUCH harder.
You are making progress.
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SAM wrote:When a dog barks you run like a cat.
...........unless that cat is -------> :musilmah:
Hombre wrote:Ask Charlie Landsborough, what color is the wind.
you mean this guy ha? --------> :turban:
You have to polishing the Wailing Wall brick, so can you become a Rabbi, Bishop or Pope.
:BS:
Manfred said, when your cup is full to overflowing, you need to piss into someone's tea.
Did he really said that - haven't seen it. :violin_sympathy:

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SAM wrote:And if all the trees on earth were pens and the ocean (were ink), with seven oceans behind it to add to its (supply), yet would not the words of Allah be exhausted (in the writing): for Allah is Exalted in Power, full of Wisdom. [31:72]
And they say the Koran is immutable? AFAIK Sura 31 has only 34 verses. Perhaps you have corrected it and added the missing (Satanic?) verses, SAM?
I may have found a copy with your improvement, anyway:
If all the world were paper,
And all the sea were ink;
And all the trees were bread and cheese,
What should we do for drink?

If all the world were sand’o,
Oh then what should we lack’o;
If as they say there were no clay,
How should we take tobacco?

If all our vessels ran’a,
If none but had a crack’a;
If Spanish apes ate all the grapes,
What should we do for sack’a?

If fryers had no bald pates,
Nor nuns had no dark cloysters;
If all the seas were beans and peas,
What should we do for oysters?

If there had been no projects,
Nor none that did great wrongs;
If fiddlers shall turn players all,
What should we do for songs?

If all things were eternal,
And nothing their end bringing;
If this should be then how should we
Here make an end of singing?
You can find it, with tafseer, here:
http://poems.com/Poets%27%20Picks%20201 ... Ossip.html
Note that first verse though: you seem to have missed out the regret that the absence of drink would bring. Verse 3 explains that this is a reference to "sack" a strong wine from Spain.
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Any more thoughts on the questions SAM? Still only clanging pots? Where is the empty cup? You are mentally severely constipated. The questions are the laxative.
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bang bang rattle rattle...

still no answer. how much tea can you put into a full cup? The most important parts in music are the pauses between sounds. There is no music without silence. And the sound breaking the silence must be much more than clanging pots.
:lotpot: These questions are reflected for yourself ...

Me? You? The kitchen sink? A wombat? What does it matter? Chasing reflections? Shadows?


You are filling your cup with froth and vomit and you giggle like a little girl. If you spend 1/10 of the effort avoiding the questions on trying to understand them, you would know by now.
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SAM wrote:Manfred's stupid question shows you and other Islam hater here as dogs barking, braindead like bricks needing to polish, breath stench( wind) has the color and tea to quench thirst after tired of arguing.
What the hell are you rambling about?. Have you lost your marbles or what?
The fact that we engage with you about the religion of Islam on civilized & rational manner you interpret it as "anti-Islam".

Why every slightest criticism of Islam needs to be construed as "anti-Islam. The lack of meaningful conversation and constructive criticism is the main factor in which Islam is still a religion of backwardness with primitive practices - even 1400 year later.
Maybe when you get off that horse :horseride: and decide to wake up to today's realities, then maybe we can find a better co-existence between Judea-Christianity & Islam.

You have nothing to defend - nor proud of with religious of Islam. It was founded on a primitive, illiterate and barbaric foundation - thanks to people like you, it STILL remained a backward and primitive religion. The very reason why violence is the only means used to validate this religion. Why?

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Hombre wrote: The very reason why violence is the only means used to validate this religion. Why?
Because it works - and more importantly, it's the only method that really works.
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bang bang rattle rattle ... clanging pots.... no attempt even to think.
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You are not trying to answer them.
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Not relevant. In fact that would limit the effect they can have. It's about the questions, not where they are from. I will tell you they are VERY old.
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Still looking for excuses to avoid them?
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SAM i had a dream and my dreams come true. I see in year 2024 a nice short height boy with light woman like mustache sitting in the church praying. When I look closely it was you. That means you will be Christian in few years .. :clap:

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SAM wrote:I know you don't want to provide sources of questions and detailed information as is not related to Christianity and Islam.
it is 100% related to ALL religions.
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wriggle wriggle

what else can I say to avoid this....

Get on with it already.
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Why would it matter whose words they are? They are questions used for the same purpose for 3000 years, and have proved their worth.

Why don't you list all your excuses first, to get them out of the way, and then you are ready to start.
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