View Poll Results: Which is Islam's Main Goal: To Captivate, Convert or Kill Us?

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    Re: Bewildered

    Quote Originally Posted by walleye View Post
    Nothing wrong with drinking wine. The sin is getting drunk.
    Was Jesus drinking ?

    And when did he said that ?

    You are trying to say that you can get in the middle of a fire without getting burned (drinking without getting drunk) ?

    Its so known that people drinks much when they feel sad or depressed, will you prevebt them ?

    Another thing, where did the bible mentioned that the sin is in getting drunk ?

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    Re: Bewildered

    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmed Shaheen View Post
    Was Jesus drinking ?

    And when did he said that ?

    You are trying to say that you can get in the middle of a fire without getting burned (drinking without getting drunk) ?

    Its so known that people drinks much when they feel sad or depressed, will you prevebt them ?

    Another thing, where did the bible mentioned that the sin is in getting drunk ?
    http://www.bibleanswers.info/pdf/Is%...et%20drunk.pdf

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    joke Re: Bewildered

    Tough Blow to Team Ahmed, the score is:
    Team Walleye: 10
    Team Ahmed: 9

    Will Ahmed have a counter? Find out next time on Debate Politics! And thank you for joining us folks. Have a good night, I'm outa here.

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    Re: Bewildered

    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMama View Post
    Tough Blow to Team Ahmed, the score is:
    Team Walleye: 10
    Team Ahmed: 9

    Will Ahmed have a counter? Find out next time on Debate Politics! And thank you for joining us folks. Have a good night, I'm outa here.

    I know what you're thinking Joemama is ...
    No, I'm not crazy, I'm just a bit tired.
    Ok ok...maybe I am a bit crazy...but aren't we all?
    Briber referee ?

    Walleye did you do this to get more score

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmed Shaheen View Post
    Do you think that the 12 disciples had the power to do that, ask the Crusaders about that .
    /wiki/Crusades#Middle_Eastern_situation
    The Muslim presence in the Holy Land began with the initial Arab conquest of Palestine in the 7th century. The Muslim armies' successes put increasing pressure on the Eastern Orthodox Byzantine Empire.

    Another factor that contributed to the change in Western attitudes towards the East came in the year 1009, when the Fatimid Caliph al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah ordered the destruction of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. In 1039 his successor, after requiring large sums be paid for the right, permitted the Byzantine Empire to rebuild it.[7] Pilgrimages were allowed to the Holy Lands before and after the Sepulchre was rebuilt, but for a time pilgrims were captured and some of the clergy were killed. The Muslim conquerors eventually realized that the wealth of Jerusalem came from the pilgrims; with this realization the persecution of pilgrims stopped.[8] However, the damage was already done, and the violence of the Seljuk Turks became part of the concern that spread the passion for the Crusades.[9]

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    Quote Originally Posted by creativedreams View Post
    For centuries christian rulers have been beheading scientists and astronomers when their research points out the earth revolved around the sun..
    /wiki/Inquisition
    Before the 12th century, the Western Christian Church already suppressed what it saw as heresy, usually through a system of ecclesiastical proscription or imprisonment, but rarely resorting to torture or executions as this form of punishment had many ecclesiastical opponents, although some non-secular countries punished heresy with the death penalty.


    In 2000 Pope John Paul II called for an "Inquisition Symposium" and opened the Vatican to 30 external historians. Their findings called into question certain long-held beliefs. It emerged that more women accused of "witchcraft" died in the Protestant countries than under the Inquisition. For example, the Inquisition burned (ouch) 59 women in Spain, 36 in Italy and four in Portugal, while in Europe civil justice put to trial close to 100,000 women and burned 50,000 of them.[11][12] Some 26,000 persons condemned as witches died in Germany.[13]


    /wiki/Historical_revision_of_the_Inquisition
    Last edited by Monk-Eye; 01-25-09 at 03:58 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmed Shaheen View Post
    Was Jesus drinking ?
    "For John the Baptist came neither eating bread nor drinking wine, and
    you say, 'He has a demon.' The Son of Man came eating and drinking,
    and you say, 'Here is a glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax
    collectors and "sinners."'" (Luke 7:33-34)

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    Re: Bewildered

    Quote Originally Posted by walleye View Post
    Yes, the 12 disciples and all the other followers of Jesus. How many people did they kill or behead for mocking, torturing and killing Jesus?
    Quite a lot of people actually..
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    Re: Which is Islam's Main Goal: To Captivate, Convert or Kill Us?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmed Shaheen View Post
    That would be useless, because aardvaks' meat is forbidden to eat
    Dude, there is no way I could be Islamic. No beer, no bacon, no aardvarks? How the hell do y'all through a party?
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    Re: Bewildered

    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmed Shaheen View Post
    Was Jesus drinking ?

    And when did he said that ?

    You are trying to say that you can get in the middle of a fire without getting burned (drinking without getting drunk) ?

    Its so known that people drinks much when they feel sad or depressed, will you prevebt them ?

    Another thing, where did the bible mentioned that the sin is in getting drunk ?

    People drink when they are happy to. Weddings birthdays job promotions. And getting drunk is not a sin either. In fact in the Mosaic law God set aside a day where Israel was given permission to celebrate with alcohol.

    De 14:25 Then shalt thou turn it into money, and bind up the money in thine hand, and shalt go unto the place which the LORD thy God shall choose:
    De 14:26 And thou shalt bestow that money for whatsoever thy soul lusteth after, for oxen, or for sheep, or for wine, or for strong drink, or for whatsoever thy soul desireth: and thou shalt eat there before the LORD thy God, and thou shalt rejoice, thou, and thine household,

    Drinking is not a sin and getting drunk is not a sin. What is a sin is drinking in excess. As in getting drunk every day just for the sake of getting drunk

    . Pr 23:20 Be not among winebibbers ; among riotous eaters of flesh:


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