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Posted on 11-05-13 8:15 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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A Nepali woman went to Pashupatinath with her 7 year old boy.
Boy: Look mom a cow, can we get some milk?
Mom: No son we can not, it's just a statue and they continued.
Boy again said: Look mom the tiger, will it attack us?
Mom: No beta its just a statue. It won't.
Boy: Look mom a dragon, will it spit fire on us?
Mom: It won't dear...its just a statue.Then they both enter into the templ...e premises.
Mom: Look son God, He is the master of the universe and will guide you. Please bow down in front of him and show some respect.
Son: Sorry mama, He can't be God. Its just a statue. If He is the master of the universe than just tell him to talk to me.
Mom was baffled.
Just to let you know, Vedas, Bhagwad Gita , Bible, Quran and most of other sacred ures prohibits Idol worship. Please read your ure today. Please do not put God in a box.

The Vedas: "Andhatama pravishanti ye asambhuti mupaste"
"They enter darkness, those who worship the natural elements" (Air, Water, Fire, etc.). "They sink deeper in darkness, those who worship sambhuti." [Yajurveda 40:9]
Sambhuti means created things, for example table, chair, idol, etc.

Bhagvad Gita: "Those whose intelligence has been stolen by material desires surrender unto demigods and follow the particular rules and regulations of worship according to their own natures." [Bhagavad Gita 7:20]

"Thou shalt have no other gods before me."
"Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:"
"Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the Lord thy God am a jealous God." [The Bible, Exodus 20:3-5]


Al-Qur'an: "It has been revealed to you, and to those before you that if you ever commit idol worship, all your works will be nullified, and you will be with the losers." [Al-Qur'an 39:65]
"God does not forgive idolatry,* but He forgives lesser offenses for whomever He wills. Anyone who sets up idols beside God, has forged a horrendous offense." [Al-Qur'an 4:48]

Have a good Tuesday. Please do not give up your right to think to anyone. Let not your fore-fathers make decision of your salvation.
May God guide all of us. Ameen !!!

your Nepali brother



 

 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ough-e6ThWE

 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APCTo-A1sZo

 
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I think this video says it all:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHveQ21NXEI
 
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Seems like whoever started this thread got that in his face. My dear, should have thought about the consequences before starting this kind of thread. Now stop posting those whiny cry baby arguments, cannot find any better copy past? Remember not to stir what stinks, that would only make it worst.
 
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Jungle Book: With due respect, do you agree this is a good post though?
Please do a favor for me by watching this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-goyTpF6qWE
Also, please let me know what you think.
Thank you for watching!
 
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Baby, ignorance is bliss for you. Come out of the shell of religion thing, and embrace life with more respect regardless of what your holy book says. I do not need to follow holy book written by some barbarian born during medieval times to guide my way of life. The lady Dr. Wafa Sultan said it all loud and clear about your cook/crook created a wrong recipe and it smells foul. Once again, religion is 100% man made manipulated by time and place, use it or abuse it at your own risk. BTW, I tried Islam, in early 90’s, went to mosque and found it was like a battle ground preaching about how to spread Islam. The preacher was very arrogant, aggressive and hostile. I like my world/garden with variety of flowers, and ocean with variety of fishes and all animals living in harmony with Mother Nature. I have nothing against people following religion just as what you eat is your business, but it pisses me off when people come talking …….you non-believers go to bla-bla-bla-bla. BTW, it is coming into circle that milk-way and other galaxies are formed inside-out, or you must have already known from your holy book. Go dig it, twist it or bump it up and you would come up with it somehow. Above all, no hurry, do not miss your 5 times routine. About your youtube video, I was never a fan of rap also I thought your holy book prohibits music, I would have enjoyed his 5 times wailing in loud mic. with is rattling windpipe.
 
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Respected Jungle Book: Thank you for taking time to reply to this post. I am strong believer in 'Every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future.' Having said that, i can not advocate for other people who preach this religion bad or i do not have knowledge which Mosque did you go to. I do not know which preacher you met. Just because the preacher was arrogant or just because the Mosque you went was "a battle ground preaching about how to spread Islam." please do not stop doing research about this noble faith.
My friend, there are good people and bad people in every religion. Some followers may be mis-guided in every religion.
The Crusades were misguided from Christianity, there Saladin rose to teach them lesson of forgiveness. Please read books by famous historians like Karen Armstrong or John Esposito. You will be suprised to know that Islam is very peaceful religion even though media has potrayed it other wise.
Be a seeker of truth and you will find it. I am a convert to Islam and i have viewed Islam from different angles and it does makes sense from every angle. I was a strong Hindu who used to wake up and pray in the morning. After truth came to convince me, i accepted Al-Islam (the religion that teaches us we should submit to one God).
You will be suprised to know the same message is in the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita. I am not here to convert you. Islam actually is a very pluristic religion. Islam does not promote the forced conversions.
Anyway, here is a good article written by a Muslim preacher i though i would share with you: If that feeling of, “I’m better than thou,” creeps up on you while comparing yourself to someone else, consider the following:

1. Consider the saying, “Some saints have a past and many sinners have a future.”

Being a ‘saint’ isn’t guaranteed for any one person for a lifetime. But the path to God’s forgiveness is always open and especially tailored just for the one who makes a mistake and regrets it and seeks to change, even if it’s over and over and over.

2. Think about our sins and shortcomings.

Oh, wait, can’t think of any? If we can’t, we’ve been deceived by Satan and are in an even worse state than any of those whose blatant sins we perceive.

3. Remember the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said: “No one with the slightest particle of arrogance in his heart will enter Paradise.” (Bukhari)

Sometimes the actions we see others engaged in may be sins, but may not be as serious as the problem of arrogance. In wanting others to act like they’re people of Paradise, let’s be careful not to make ourselves candidates to be barred from it. God protect us.

4. Ask ourselves: Is that person a parent?

If they are and we aren’t, they’re already light-years ahead of our game. If she’s a mom, Paradise is potentially below her feet. If they are a mom or dad, any good they taught their kid and their kid acts upon are rewards going straight back to them. How are we going to compare ourselves to that? If they are and we are, consider: what great work might their progeny do that may be because of one lesson that person taught them?

5. Remind ourselves: We have no idea what another person has gone through or where they’re really coming from.

How many people were physically beaten in order to make them pray, pressured into wearing hijab, or sexually abused by a “religious” individual? Our minute interactions with individuals are not a gateway to their backgrounds and past struggles. We don’t know the pain they’re working through. And sometimes, due to those very painful experiences, people leave the practice of Islam or leave Islam completely. But then they sometimes choose to come back. And when they do, it will take time. They have to work through their emotions, the toxic relationships which originally caused the schism they experienced with Islam and the difficulty in finding a niche in a community after leaving it for some time. And all of that is jihad. Everyday they are waging internal battles.

What they go through cannot quite be compared with the young man or woman who was raised in a supportively religious household, who was a part of a nurturing mosque community, who was put in Islamic school since kindergarten and taken to Qur’an classes everyday. A twenty-year-old hafith (one who has memorized the entire Qur’an by heart) might be impressive and may God bless them and He has raised their status in a special way. But they may not necessarily be closer to God or earning more rewards from God than the struggling servant who has dealt with incredible hardship and is struggling to come back.

So, what can we do when that ‘holier than thou’ feeling creeps in?

Think: Omar, may God be pleased with him, used to be a hostile Islamophobe who would beat his servant for her belief in God. Now, he is known to us as one of those promised Paradise by the Prophet ﷺ himself. Would he have been our role model if we knew him before Islam? Maybe not. But look who he became. You know why? Because, by God’s guidance and mercy, he had a teacher and a community who helped him reach his full potential.

That’s what we need to be for others and allow others to be for us. Be a loving mentor. Be a supportive friend. Be an encouraging counselor. Be a shoulder to cry and lean on. Your awesome love for Islam and “Muslimness” will be communicated simply through your actions of being there for others in an uplifting, genuine way. If applicable, when someone is ready, that person will ask you about Islam and seek your help in becoming the best Muslim they can be, God willing. Or perhaps they’ll be more open to listening to your sincere, gentle advice on something you’re truly concerned about because of your love for them. This perspective does not mean we do not advise others when we’re concerned for them, it simply means we do so while withholding judgment and in a methodically wise way (see: http://www.suhaibwebb.com/personaldvlpt/character/youre-haram/)

Be like the Prophet ﷺ. Engulf your heart so deeply in caring for people’s happiness in both worlds that it simply does not have space for judgment or arrogance. And perhaps, because of your sincere acceptance of another, you’ll soon find that very person being a means of guidance for your own self.

http://www.suhaibwebb.com/personaldvlpt/character/5-ways-to-stop-being-judgmental/
 
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The Justice that Reigned in Palestine in the time of Saladin:
While Palestine's Jews, Christians, and Muslims were living together in peace, some European Christians decided to organize a crusade. Following Pope Urban II's call on 27 November 1095 at the Council of Clermont, more than 100,000 Europeans set out for Palestine to "free" the Holy Land from the Muslims and find the fabled wealth of the East. After a long and wearying journey, and much plundering and slaughter along the way, they reached Jerusalem in 1099. The city fell after a siege of nearly 5 weeks. When the Crusaders moved in, they carried out a savage slaughter. All of Jerusalem's Muslims and Jews were put to the sword.

In the words of one historian: "They killed all the Saracens and the Turks they found... whether male or female."10 ("Gesta Francorum, or the Deeds of the Franks and the Other Pilgrims to Jerusalem," trans. Rosalind Hill, (London: 1962), p. 91.) One of the Crusaders, Raymond of Aguiles, boasted of this violence:

Wonderful sights were to be seen. Some of our men (and this was more merciful) cut off the heads of their enemies; others shot them with arrows, so that they fell from the towers; others tortured them longer by casting them into the flames. Piles of heads, hands and feet were to be seen in the streets of the city. It was necessary to pick one's way over the bodies of men and horses. But these were small matters compared to what happened at the Temple of Solomon, a place where religious services are normally chanted... in the Temple and porch of Solomon, men rode in blood up to their knees and bridle reins. (August C. Krey, The First Crusade: The Accounts of Eye-Witnesses and Participants (Princeton & London: 1921), p. 261. emphasis added)

In 2 days, the Crusader army martyred some 40,000 Muslims in the barbaric manner just described. (Krey, The First Crusade, p. 262.) The peace and harmony in Palestine, which had lasted since Umar, ended in a terrible slaughter.

The Crusaders made Jerusalem their capital and established a Latin Kingdom stretching from Palestine to Antioch. But their rule was short-lived, for Saladin gathered all of the Muslim kingdoms under his banner in a holy war and defeated the Crusaders at the battle of Hattin in 1187.

Three months after Hattin, and on the very same day that the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) had been taken from Mecca to Jerusalem for his night journey through the heavens, Saladin entered Jerusalem and freed it from 88 years of Crusader occupation. In contrast to the Crusaders' "liberation" of Jerusalem, Saladin did not touch one Christian in the city, thereby turning aside their fear that they would all be massacred. He merely ordered all Latin (Catholic) Christians to leave Jerusalem. The Orthodox Christians, who were not Crusaders, were allowed to stay and worship as they chose.

Karen Armstrong describes the second capture of Jerusalem in these words:

On 2 October 1187 Saladin and his army entered Jerusalem as conquerors and for the next 800 years Jerusalem would remain a Muslim city. Saladin kept his word, and conquered the city according to the highest Islamic ideals. He did not take revenge for the 1099 massacre, as the Qur'an advised (16:127), and now that hostilities had ceased he ended the killing (2:193-194). Not a single Christian was killed and there was no plunder. The ransoms were deliberately very low... Saladin was moved to tears by the plight of families who were rent asunder and he released many of them freely, as the Qur'an urged, though to the despair of his long-suffering treasurers. His brother al-Adil was so distressed by the plight of the prisoners that he asked Saladin for a thousand of them for his own use and then released them on the spot... All the Muslim leaders were scandalised to see the rich Christians escaping with their wealth, which could have been used to ransom all the prisoners… [The Patriarch] Heraclius paid his ten-dinar ransom like everybody else and was even provided with a special escort to keep his treasure safe during the journey to Tyre. (Karen Armstrong, Holy War, (MacMillan: 1988), p. 185.)

In short, Saladin and his army treated the Christians with great mercy and justice, and showed them more compassion than their own leaders had.

After Jerusalem, the Crusaders continued their barbarity and the Muslims their justice in other Palestinian cities. In 1194, Richard the Lionheart, who is portrayed as a great hero in British history, had 3,000 Muslims, among them many women and children, martyred in the Castle of Acre. Although the Muslims witnessed this savagery, they never resorted to similar methods. Rather, they abided by Allah's command: "Let not the hatred of a people (who once) obstructed you from the Sacred Mosque lead you to transgress..." (Surat al-Ma'ida, 2) and never used violence against innocent civilians. In addition, they never used violence unnecessarily, not even against the defeated Crusader armies.

Crusader savagery and Muslim justice once more revealed a historic truth: A just administration that allows people of different faiths to live together in Palestine is possible only by abiding by Islamic morality. This fact continued to be demonstrated for 800 years after Saladin, particularly during the Ottoman period.
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I think it is the good video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrDvC5u2OKI

 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcZ3EpxRj4o
 
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कत्ति धेरै बौलाहरु एक्कै ठाउँमा भेला भएको! 
 
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Your action in just few words, you are just trying to clean up your mess. You keep repeating the same thing over and over and spreading the foul smell more and more by agitating what stinks. However, food that stinks to some might be delicious to others, enjoy. Your holy book can fool some people all the time and all the people for some time but not all the people all the time. I do not understand why you people are so much bothered by religion thing? You should have known you gain respect by respecting others, and creating thread like this? One god many gods they are all the same 100% man-made and what is your point? However, I like colors in variation, I would enjoy the peace that I get by watching people of different beliefs living and sharing cultures together not trying to force or prove their false superiority. Also my thoughts accords with Dr. Wafa Sultan long before she blurted out about your messenger. I would have accepted your so called messenger more as a historical figure who was selfish and courageous human being who did few mistakes like womanizing, lust for power and trying to make his own strong community by killing those who became obstacles and made his own rule in the name of god. I do not believe in generalizing things, there are good and bad everywhere and in everyone.

People will respect Islam if Islam learns to respect people of other beliefs, it starts with this thread and whoever started this. Enough time wasted, good luck on your quest.

 
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Why are my Nepalese brothers and sisters so bashful and hateful towards Islam. Islam is religion of peace. So called civilized West has brainwashed us.
Islam tells people not to drink, not to smoke. Islam tells people not to fornicate and get married. There are so many good things Islam has which We Nepalese should keep up.
We are not being modern by drinking, smoking, girl showing up their bodies. I would say this is an excellent post. Whoever started it, did not offend any religion. He was just trying to make us think.
"Jim Jones, David Koresh and Meir Kahane do not typify Christianity and Judaism in the eyes of the 'civilized' West, but those same eyes are prone to see Osama bin Laden and Mullah Muhammad Omar as typifying Islam." (Richard Bulliet)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Jones
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Koresh
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meir_Kahane
http://history.columbia.edu/faculty/Bulliet.html
 
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An argument against reincarnation:
"There is a good argument against the idea of reincarnation. If someone says that I was at a scene of a crime and I have no memory of it, I will challenge them to give me some physical evidence that I was there. We have no memory of being in a previous life. But if someone says that we were in a previous life, by implication we may have been at the scene of a crime in a past life. We should ask for some physical evidence that we were in such a past life. If such evidence is not forthcoming, and it isn't, then we should deny that we were in a past life. "
 
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DR AMBEDKAR ON ISLAM

Dalits will never forget that they were wiped out from Afganistan to Bihar by the cruel Muslim invaders. Dr. Ambedkar reminded us who is our brother

FOLLOWING ARE THE QUOTES BY DR AMBEDKAR ON ISLAM

All quotations are from pakistan or the parition of india by Dr B.R.Ambedkar,
3rd edition ,1946 BAWS Vol. 8,1990 , govt of maharastra publication; previous
name of the book: Thoughts on Pakistan

Hindu is a Kafir-Not worthy of respect-

"To the muslims, a Hindu (and any non-muslim) is a Kafir. A Kafir (non-believer in islam) is not worthy of respect. He is a low born and without status. That is why a country ruled by the Kafir (Non-muslim) is a Dar-ul-Harb (i.e. the land of war) to a Muslim, which must be conquered, by any means for the muslims and turned into Dar-ul-Islam (i.e. land of muslims alone). Given
this, no further evidence seems necessary to prove that the muslims will not obey a Hindu (or for that matter any non- muslim) government " Ref-page 301


Brotherhood of muslims for the muslims only-

"Islam is a close corporation and the distinction that it makes between muslims and non-muslims is a very real, very positive and very alienating distinction. The brotherhood of islam is not the universal brotherhood of man.It is the brotherhood of muslims for muslims only. There is fraternity but its benefit is confined to those within that corporation.For those who are outside the corporation, there is nothing but contempt and enmity.

The second defect of islam is that it is a system of social self-government, because the allegiance of a muslim does not rest on his domicile in the country which is his but on the faith to which he belongs. To the muslim ibi benepatria is unthinkable.wherever- there is the rule of islam, there is his own country.In other words, Islam can never allow a true muslim to adopt india as his motherland and regard a hindu as his kith and kin. that is probably the reason
why maulana Mahomed Ali, a great indian but a true muslim, preferred to be buried in jerusalem rather than in india.' (Ref-page 330-331)

Difficult to see difference between a communal and nationalist muslim:

"It is difficult to see any real difference between the communal muslims who form the Muslim league and the nationalist muslims. It is extremely doubtful whether the nationalist musalmans have any real community of sentiment, aim and policy with the congress which mark them off from the muslim league. Indeed many Congressmen are alleged to hold the view that there is no different between the two and that the nationalist muslim inside the congress are only an
outpost of the communal muslims"ref- page 408


Muslim invaders planted the seeds of Islam in India.

"The muslim invaders, no doubt, came to india singing a hymn of hate against the hindus, but, they did not merely sing their hymn of hate and go back burning a few temples on the way. That would have been a blessing. they were not content with so negative a result. They did a positive act,namely, to plant the seed of islam. The growth of this plant is remarkable. It is not a summer sapling. It is as great and as stronger as an oak. Its growth is thickest in northern india. The successive invasions have deposited their 'silt' served as watering exercises of devoted gardners, its growth is so thick in northern india that the remnants of hindu and buddhist culture are just shurbs. Even the sikh axe could not fell this oak"
Ref page- 65

Muslim's strategy in politics:

"The third thing that is noticeable is teh adoption by the muslims of the gangster's method in politics. The riots are a sufficient indication that gangsterism has become a setteled part of their strategy in poliics" Ref page- 269

Murderers are religious martyrs

"But whether the number of prominent hindus killed by fanatic muslims is large or small mattes little. What matters is the attitude of those who count towards these murderes. The murderers paid the penalty of law where law is enforced.

The leading moslems, however , never condemned these criminals. On the contrary, they were hailed as religious martyrs and agitation was carried on for clemency being shown to them.As an illustration of this attitude, one may refer to Mr. Barkat Ali , a barrister of lahore, who argued the appeal of Abdul Qayum. He went to the length of saying that qayum was not guilty of murder of Nathuramal because his act was justificable by the law of the Koran. This attitude of the moslems is quite understandable.what is not understandable is

the attitude of Mr. Gandhi '
Ref page 157

Hindus and muslims are two distinct spritual species from aspritual point of view, Hindus and Musalmans are not merely two classes or two sects such as protestants and catholics or Shaivas and Vaishnavas. They are two distinct species.

page 193

Islam and Castism

"Everybody infers that islam must be free from slavery and caste. Regarding slavery nothing needs to be said. It stands aboloshed now by law. But while it existed much of its support was derived from islam and islamic countries."But if slavery has gone, caste among musalmans has remained, as an illustration one may take the conditions prevalent among the bengal muslims. The superitendent of the census for 1901 for the province of Bengal records the

following interesting facts regarding the muslims of bengal:-

The conventional division of the Mahomedans into four tribes- sheikh, saiad, moghul and pathan- has very little application to this province (bengal). the

mahomedans themselves recognize two main social divisions, (1) ashraf or sharaf

and (2) ajlaf. ashraf means noble and includes all undoubted descendents of

foreigners and converts from high castes hindus. all other mahamedans including

the occupational groups and all converts of lower ranks ,a re known by the

contemptous-terms. 'ajlab', 'wretches' or 'mean people': they are also called

kamina or itar, 'base' or rasil, a corruption of rizal, "worthless'. in some

places a third class, called arzal or lowest of all is added. with them no

other mohomedan would associate, and they are forbidden to enter the mosque to

use the public burial ground.
"within these groups there are castes with sovial precedence of exactly the

same nature as one finds among the hindus."
1. ashraf or better class mahomedans.
(1) saiads (2) sheikhs (3) pathans (4) moghul (5) malik and (6) mirza

2. ajlaf or lower class mahomedans.
(1) cultivating sheikhs, and other who were originally hindus but do not belong

to any functional group, and have not gained admittance to the ashraf community

e.g. pirali and thakrai
(2) darzi, jolaha, fakir and rangrez
(3) brahi, bhathiara, cluk, chrihar, dai, dhawa, dhunia, gaddi, kalal, kasai,

kula, kunjara, laheri, mahifarosh, mallah, naliya, nikari.
(4) abdal, bako, bediya, bhat , chamba, dafali,dhobi, hallam, mucho, nagarchi,

nat, panwari, madaria,tuntia.

3. arzal or degraded class.
bhanar, halalkhor, hijra, kasbi, lalbegi, mougtra, mehtar.
similar facts from other provinces of india could be gathered from their

respective census reports and those who are curious may refer to them. but the

facts for bengal are enough to show that the mahamoedans observed not only

caste but also untouchability
page- 228-230

Muslim canon oppose social reform

The existance of these evils among the muslims is distressing enough. But far

more distressing is the fact that there is no organized movement of social

reform among the musalmans of india on a scale sufficient to bring about their

eradication. The hindus have their social evils. But there is relieving feature

about them namely, that some of them are conscious of their existance and a few

of them are actively agitating for their removal. Indeed, they oppose any

change in their existing practices. it is noteworthy that the muslims opposed

the child marriage bill brought in the central assembly in 1930, whereby the

age for marriage of a girl was raised to 14 and for a boy to 18 on the ground

that it was opposed to the muslim canon law. Not only did they oppose the bill

at every stage but that when it became law they started a campaign of civil

disobedience against that act
Ref page-233

Muslim politicians oppose secular categories: "muslim politicians do not recognize secular categories of life as the basis of their politics because to them it means the weakening of the community in it fight against the hindus. The poor muslims will not join the poor hindus to get justice from the rich. Muslim tenants will not join hindu tenants to prevent the tyranny of the

landlord. Muslim labourers will not join hindu labourers in the fight of labour against the capitalist. Why? the answer is simple. The poor muslims sees that if he joins in the fight of the poor against the rich, he may be fighting against a rich muslim. the muslim labourer feels that if he joins in the onslaught of labour against capitalist he will be injuring a muslim mill-owner.

He is conscious that any injury to a rich muslim, to a muslim landlord or to a muslim mill-owner, is a disservice to the muslim community, for it is thereby weakened in ots struggle against the hindu community "

Ref page -236

India cannot be common motherland of the hindus and muslims as per muslim laws:

According to muslim canon law the world is divided into two camps, dar-ul-islam

(abode of islam) and dar-ul-harb (adobe of war). a country is dar-ul-islam when

it is ruled by muslims. a country is dar-ul-harb when muslims only reside in it

but are not rulers of it. that being the canon law of the muslims, india cannot

be the common motherland of the hindus and the musalmans. it can be the land of

the musalmans- but it cannot be the land of the 'hindus and musalmans living as

equals'. Further, it can be the land of the musalmans only when it is governed

by the muslims. the moment the land become subject to the authoritynof a non-

muslim power, it ceases to be the lnd of the muslims. instead of being dar-ul-

islam it becomes dar-ul-harb.
I must not be supposed that this view is only of academic interest. For it is

capable of becoming an active force capable of influencing the conduct of the

muslims.


Ref- page 294

Jihad to transform dar-ul-harb india to dar-ul-islam

It might also be mentioned that hijrat is not the only way of escape to muslims

who find themselves in adar-ul-harb. there is another injunction of muslim

canon law called jihad (crusade) by which it beomes incument on a muslim ruler

to extend the rules of islam until the whole world shall have been brought

under its sway. The world, being divided into two camps, dar-ul-islam (adobe of

islam) , dar-ul-harb (adobe of war), all countries come under one category or

the other. technically , it is the duty of the muslim ruler, who is capable of

doing so, to transform dar-ul-harb into dar-ul-islam.

The fact remains that india, if not exclusively under muslim rule, is a dar-

ul-harb and the musalmans, according to the tenents of islam are justified in

procaliming a jihad.
The fact remains that india, if not exclusively under muslim rule, is a dar-

ul-harb and the muslamns, according to the tenets of islam are justified in

proclaiming a jihad.
not only can they proclaim jihad but they can call the aid of a foriegn muslim

power to make jihad success, or if the foreign muslim power intents to proclaim

a jihad, help that power in making its endeavour a succs.

Ref-page 295-296

Why is hindu-muslim unity a failure?

"the real explanation of this failure of hindu-muslim unity lies in the failure

to realize that what stands between the hindus and muslims is not a mere matter

of difference , and that this antagonism is not to be attributed to material

cause. it is formed by causes which take their origin in historical, religious,

cultural and social antipathy, of which political antipathy is only a

reflection."
Ref- page 329

Hindu-muslim unity is out of sight

Nothing i could say can so well show the futility of any hope of hindu-muslim

unity. Hindu -Muslim unity upto now was at least in sight although it was like

a mirage. today it is out of sight and also out of mind. even mr gandhi has

given up what, he perheps now realizes,is an impossible task.

Ref- page 187

Transfer of minorities is the only remedy for communal peace."the transfer of minorities is the only lasting remedy for communal peace, is beyond doubt. if that is so, there is no reason why the hindus and the muslims should keep on trading in safeguards which have proved so unsafe. if small countries, with limited resources like greece, turkey and bulgaria, were
capable of such an undertaking there is no reason to suppose that what they did
cannot be accomplished by indians"

The problem of majority-minority will continue

"the musalmans are scattered all over hindustan-though they are mostly congregated in towns and no ingenuity in the matter of redrawing of boundaries can make it homogenous. the only way to make hindustan homogenous, is to arrange for exchange of population. until that is done, it must be admitted that even with the creation of pakistan , the problem of majority vs minority will remain in hindustan asbefore and will continue to produce disharmony in the body politic of hindustan

 
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"If you are born poor its not your fault. But if you die poor its your fault." [Bill Gates]
If you were not born Muslim than it's not your fault but if you do not die as a Muslim than it's your fault as you did not want to experiment yourself with this truth. Please do not care what Fox or ABC or BBC says about Islam. Just research yourself. In academia, everyone has right to say whatever they want. We should not be slaves of our media, politicians and hatemonger groups. We are free thinking individuals living in the free world. We should have gut to know the truth.

I am a convert to Islam. I started my search by going to the source. I started to read Qur'an and Hadiths. After researching for 4 years, i found Islam to be the truth. Please order a free copy of Al-Qur'an today by calling 1-877-WHY-ISLAM or going online at: http://www.whyislam.org/
 
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Rid:
I know not all Muslims are good and not all Mughal rulers were good. There were good rulers too. We can not go back in the history and change things. We can however change things for future.
Let's go to the source, what prophet Muhammad said: "All mankind is from Adam and Eve, an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also a white has no superiority over black nor a black has any superiority over white except by piety and good action."
This is from Prophet Muhammad's last sermon, you may read the whole sermon at: https://www.islamicity.com/mosque/lastserm.htm

 
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religion and the whole god thing was made up by the people who wanted to pass fear in others mind. it is the biggest scam human being has ever came up with. mind control game to be exact. follow your heart and common sense. try and learn things practically. believe in common sense.
 
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this dude seems a real f#*ked up loser.
After researching for 4 years, i found Islam to be the truth....re
truth kunai crossword puzle ho ra euta stone age paedophile, genocidial, homophobic, racist, dictatorial robber-cum-warlord le pre-existing arabic paganism,zoroastrainism,judaism ra syrian aramaic orthodox christian culture ko kura haru plagiarize gareko book lekhdai ma hune.
if i say TLOR is true coz the book says so,and put a sword on your throat,u ll react the same way as all those arabs,persians,turks and indians.
btw, u still in syria or in iraq??
 
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All I can say is Holy Phuk !! All crazy bi8ches in one thread !!!
 



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