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#1 macaense

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Posted 15 February 2014 - 02:19 AM

http://www.revisioni...almudtruth.html

 

 

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Introduction

The Talmud is Judaism's holiest book (actually a collection of books). Its authority takes precedence over the Old Testament in Judaism. Evidence of this may be found in the Talmud itself, Erubin 21b (Soncino edition): "My son, be more careful in the observance of the words of the Scribes than in the words of the Torah (Old Testament)."

The supremacy of the Talmud over the Bible in the Israeli state may also be seen in the case of the black Ethiopian Jews. Ethiopians are very knowledgeable of the Old Testament. However, their religion is so ancient it pre-dates the Scribes' Talmud, of which the Ethiopians have no knowledge. According to the N.Y. Times of Sept. 29, 1992, p.4:

"The problem is that Ethiopian Jewish tradition goes no further than the Bible or Torah; the later Talmud and other commentaries that form the basis of modern traditions never came their way."

Because they are not traffickers in Talmudic tradition, the black Ethiopian Jews are discriminated against and have been forbidden by the Zionists to perform marriages, funerals and other services in the Israeli state.

Rabbi Joseph D. Soloveitchik is regarded as one of the most influential rabbis of the 20th century, the "unchallenged leader" of Orthodox Judaism and the top international authority on halakha (Jewish religious law). Soloveitchik was responsible for instructing and ordaining more than 2,000 rabbis, "an entire generation" of Jewish leadership.

N.Y. Times religion reporter Ari Goldman described the basis of the rabbi's authority:

"Soloveitchik came from a long line of distinguished Talmudic scholars...Until his early 20s, he devoted himself almost exclusively to the study of the Talmud...He came to Yeshiva University's Elchanan Theological Seminary where he remained the pre-eminent teacher in the Talmud...He held the title of Leib Merkin professor of Talmud...sitting with his feet crossed in front of a table bearing an open volume of the Talmud." (N.Y. Times, April 10, 1993, p. 38).

Nowhere does Goldman refer to Soloveitchik's knowledge of the Bible as the basis for being one of the leading authorities on Jewish law.

The rabbi's credentials are all predicated upon his mastery of the Talmud. Other studies are clearly secondary. Britain's Jewish Chronicle of March 26, 1993 states that in religious school (yeshiva), Jews are "devoted to the Talmud to the exclusion of everything else."

The Talmud Nullifies the Bible

The Jewish Scribes claim the Talmud is partly a collection of traditions Moses gave them in oral form. These had not yet been written down in Jesus' time. Christ condemned the traditions of the Mishnah (early Talmud) and those who taught it (Scribes and Pharisees), because the Talmud nullifies the teachings of the Holy Bible.

Shmuel Safrai in The Literature of the Sages Part One (p.164), points out that in chapters 4 and 5 of the Talmud's Gittin Tractate, the Talmud nullifies the Biblical teaching concerning money-lending: "Hillel decreed the prozbul for the betterment of the world. The prozbul is a legal fiction which allows debts to be collected after the Sabbatical year and it was Hillel's intention thereby to overcome the fear that money-lenders had of losing their money."

The famous warning of Jesus Christ about the tradition of men that voids Scripture (Mark 7:1-13), is in fact, a direct reference to the Talmud, or more specifically, the forerunner of the first part of it, the Mishnah, which existed in oral form during Christ's lifetime, before being committed to writing. Mark chapter 7, from verse one through thirteen, represents Our Lord's pointed condemnation of the Mishnah.

Unfortunately, due to the abysmal ignorance of our day, the widespread "Judeo-Christian" notion is that the Old Testament is the supreme book of Judaism. But this is not so. The Pharisees teach for doctrine the commandments of rabbis, not God.

The Talmudic commentary on the Bible is their supreme law, and not the Bible itself. That commentary does indeed, as Jesus said, void the laws of God, not uphold them. As students of the Talmud, we know this to be true.

Jewish scholar Hyam Maccoby, in Judaism on Trial, quotes Rabbi Yehiel ben Joseph: "Further, without the Talmud, we would not be able to understand passages in the Bible...God has handed this authority to the sages and tradition is a necessity as well as scripture. The Sages also made enactments of their own...anyone who does not study the Talmud cannot understand Scripture."

There is a tiny Jewish sect which makes considerable effort to eschew Talmud and adhere to the Old Testament alone. These are the Karaites, a group which, historically, has been most hated and severely persecuted by orthodox Jewish rabbinate.

To the Mishnah the rabbis later added the Gemara (rabbinical commentaries). Together these comprise the Talmud. There are two versions, the Jerusalem Talmud and the Babylonian Talmud.

The Babylonian Talmud is regarded as the authoritative version: "The authority of the Babylonian Talmud is also greater than that of the Jerusalem Talmud. In cases of doubt the former is decisive." (R.C. Musaph-Andriesse, From Torah to Kabbalah: A Basic Introduction to the Writings of Judaism, p. 40).

This study is based on the Jewish-authorized Babylonian Talmud. We have published herein the authenticated sayings of the Jewish Talmud. Look them up for yourself.

We publish the following irrefutable documentation in the hope of liberating all people, including Jewish people, from the corrosive delusions and racism of this Talmudic hate literature, which is the manual of Orthodox and Hasidic Jews the world over.

The implementation by Jewish supremacists of Talmudic hate literature has caused untold suffering throughout history and now, in occupied Palestine, it is used as a justification for the mass murder of Palestinian civilians. The Talmud specifically defines all who are not Jews as non-human animals.

 

 

What  Jews  believe: TORAH

 

Why is the Torah so different from the Talmud ?  View this video, then you may compare the Torah with the Talmud:

 

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Posted 15 February 2014 - 10:45 AM

THE  KORAN  RESPECTS JESUS CHRIST AND HIS MOTHER MARY:

 

What Do Muslims Believe about Jesus?

Muslims respect and revere Jesus (peace be upon him).  They consider him one of the greatest of God’s messengers to mankind.  The Quran confirms his virgin birth, and a chapter of the Quran is entitled ‘Maryam’ (Mary).  The Quran describes the birth of Jesus as follows:

aqwas-ys.jpg (Remember) when the angels said, “O Mary, God gives you good news of a word from Him (God), whose name is the Messiah Jesus, son of Mary, revered in this world and the Hereafter, and one of those brought near (to God).  He will speak to the people from his cradle and as a man, and he is of the righteous.” She said, “My Lord, how can I have a child when no mortal has touched me?” He said, “So (it will be).  God creates what He wills.  If He decrees a thing, He says to it only, ‘Be!’ and it is.” aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 3:45-47)

Jesus was born miraculously by the command of God, the same command that had brought Adam into being with neither a father nor a mother.  God has said:

aqwas-ys.jpg The case of Jesus with God is like the case of Adam.  He created him from dust, and then He said to him, “Be!” and he came into being. aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 3:59)

During his prophetic mission, Jesus performed many miracles.  God tells us that Jesus said:

aqwas-ys.jpg “I have come to you with a sign from your Lord.  I make for you the shape of a bird out of clay, I breathe into it, and it becomes a bird by God’s permission.  I heal the blind from birth and the leper.  And I bring the dead to life by God’s permission.  And I tell you what you eat and what you store in your houses....” aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 3:49)

Muslims believe that Jesus was not crucified.  It was the plan of Jesus’ enemies to crucify him, but God saved him and raised him up to Him.  And the likeness of Jesus was put over another man.  Jesus’ enemies took this man and crucified him, thinking that he was Jesus.  God has said:

aqwas-ys.jpg ...They said, “We killed the Messiah Jesus, son of Mary, the messenger of God.” They did not kill him, nor did they crucify him, but the likeness of him was put on another man (and they killed that man)... aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 4:157)

Neither Muhammad salla.jpg nor Jesus came to change the basic doctrine of the belief in one God, brought by earlier prophets, but rather to confirm and renew it.1
 

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The Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

(For in-depth articles on Jesus, please refer to the links at In-Depth Articles on Jesus.)
 

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Footnotes:

(1) Muslims also believe that God revealed a holy book to Jesus called the Injeel, some parts of which may be still available in the teachings of God to Jesus in the New Testament.  But this does not mean that Muslims believe in the Bible we have today because it is not the original scriptures that were revealed by God.  They underwent alterations, additions, and omissions.  This was also said by the Committee charged with revising The Holy Bible (Revised Standard Version).  This Committee consisted of thirty-two scholars who served as members of the Committee.  They secured the review and counsel of an Advisory Board of fifty representatives of the co-operating denominations.  The Committee said in the Preface to The Holy Bible (Revised Standard Version), p. iv, “Sometimes it is evident that the text has suffered in transmission, but none of the versions provides a satisfactory restoration.  Here we can only follow the best judgment of competent scholars as to the most probable reconstruction of the original text.” The Committee also said in the Preface, p. vii, “Notes are added which indicate significant variations, additions, or omissions in the ancient authorities (Mt 9.34; Mk 3.16; 7.4; Lk 24.32, 51, etc.).”
For more in-depth articles regarding this subject, please visit the following external web pages: Confessions of the New American Bible and Bible Contradictionsback.jpg
 


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Posted 15 February 2014 - 10:48 AM

What Does Islam Say about Terrorism?

Islam, a religion of mercy, does not permit terrorism.  In the Quran, God has said:

aqwas-ys.jpg God does not forbid you from showing kindness and dealing justly with those who have not fought you about religion and have not driven you out of your homes.  God loves just dealers. aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 60:8)

The Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg used to prohibit soldiers from killing women and children,1 and he would advise them: {...Do not betray, do not be excessive, do not kill a newborn child.}2  And he also said: {Whoever has killed a person having a treaty with the Muslims shall not smell the fragrance of Paradise, though its fragrance is found for a span of forty years.}3

Also, the Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg has forbidden punishment with fire.4

He once listed murder as the second of the major sins,5 and he even warned that on the Day of Judgment, {The first cases to be adjudicated between people on the Day of Judgment will be those of bloodshed.6}7

Muslims are even encouraged to be kind to animals and are forbidden to hurt them.  Once the Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg said: {A woman was punished because she imprisoned a cat until it died.  On account of this, she was doomed to Hell. While she imprisoned it, she did not give the cat food or drink, nor did she free it to eat the insects of the earth.}8

He also said that a man gave a very thirsty dog a drink, so God forgave his sins for this action.  The Prophet salla.jpg was asked, “Messenger of God, are we rewarded for kindness towards animals?”  He said: {There is a reward for kindness to every living animal or human.}9

Additionally, while taking the life of an animal for food, Muslims are commanded to do so in a manner that causes the least amount of fright and suffering possible.  The Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg said: {When you slaughter an animal, do so in the best way.  One should sharpen his knife to reduce the suffering of the animal.}10

In light of these and other Islamic texts, the act of inciting terror in the hearts of defenseless civilians, the wholesale destruction of buildings and properties, the bombing and maiming of innocent men, women, and children are all forbidden and detestable acts according to Islam and the Muslims.  Muslims follow a religion of peace, mercy, and forgiveness, and the vast majority have nothing to do with the violent events some have associated with Muslims.  If an individual Muslim were to commit an act of terrorism, this person would be guilty of violating the laws of Islam.

(For more articles on Islam on terrorism, please refer to the links at More on Islam on Terrorism.)
 

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Footnotes:

(1) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #1744, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #3015. back.jpg

(2) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #1731, and Al-Tirmizi, #1408. back.jpg

(3) Narrated in Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #3166, and Ibn Majah, #2686. back.jpg

(4) Narrated in Abu-Dawood, #2675. back.jpg

(5) Narrated in Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #6871, and Saheeh Muslim, #88. back.jpg

(6) This means killing and injuring. back.jpg

(7) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #1678, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #6533. back.jpg

(8) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #2422, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #2365. back.jpg

(9) This saying of Muhammad salla.jpg has been mentioned in more detail on this page.  Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #2244, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #2466. back.jpg

(10) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #1955, and Al-Tirmizi, #1409. back.jpg
 


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Posted 15 February 2014 - 10:51 AM

Human Rights and Justice in Islam

Islam provides many human rights for the individual.  The following are some of these human rights that Islam protects.

The life and property of all citizens in an Islamic state are considered sacred, whether a person is Muslim or not.  Islam also protects honor.  So, in Islam, insulting others or making fun of them is not allowed.  The Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg said: {Truly your blood, your property, and your honor are inviolable.}1

Racism is not allowed in Islam, for the Quran speaks of human equality in the following terms:

aqwas-ys.jpg O mankind, We have created you from a male and a female and have made you into nations and tribes for you to know one another.  Truly, the noblest of you with God is the most pious.2  Truly, God is All-Knowing, All-Aware. aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 49:13)

Islam rejects certain individuals or nations being favored because of their wealth, power, or race.  God created human beings as equals who are to be distinguished from each other only on the basis of their faith and piety.  The Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg said: {O people!  Your God is one and your forefather (Adam) is one.  An Arab is not better than a non-Arab and a non-Arab is not better than an Arab, and a red (i.e. white tinged with red) person is not better than a black person and a black person is not better than a red person,3 except in piety.}4

One of the major problems facing mankind today is racism.ch3-12-img1.jpg  The developed world can send a man to the moon but cannot stop man from hating and fighting his fellow man.  Ever since the days of the Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg, Islam has provided a vivid example of how racism can be ended.  The annual pilgrimage (Hajj) to Makkah shows the real Islamic brotherhood of all races and nations, when about two million Muslims from all over the world come to Makkah to perform the pilgrimage.

Islam is a religion of justice.  God has said:

aqwas-ys.jpg Truly God commands you to give back trusts to those to whom they are due, and when you judge between people, to judge with justice.... aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 4:58)

And He has said:

aqwas-ys.jpg ...And act justly.  Truly, God loves those who are just. aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 49:9)

We should even be just with those who we hate, as God has said:

aqwas-ys.jpg ...And let not the hatred of others make you avoid justice.  Be just: that is nearer to piety.... aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 5:8)

The Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg said: {People, beware of injustice,5 for injustice shall be darkness on the Day of Judgment.}6

And those who have not gotten their rights (i.e. what they have a just claim to) in this life will receive them on the Day of Judgment, as the Prophet salla.jpg said: {On the Day of Judgment, rights will be given to those to whom they are due (and wrongs will be redressed)...}7
 

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Footnotes:

(1) Narrated in Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #1739, and Mosnad Ahmad, #2037. back.jpg

(2) A pious person is a believer who abstains from all kinds of sins, performs all good deeds that God commands us to do, and fears and loves God. back.jpg

(3) The colors mentioned in this Prophetic saying are examples.  The meaning is that in Islam no one is better than another because of his color, whether it is white, black, red, or any other color. back.jpg

(4) Narrated in Mosnad Ahmad, #22978. back.jpg

(5) i.e. oppressing others, acting unjustly, or doing wrong to others. back.jpg

(6) Narrated in Mosnad Ahmad, #5798, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #2447. back.jpg

(7) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #2582, and Mosnad Ahmad, #7163. back.jpg
 


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Posted 15 February 2014 - 10:53 AM

HOW  VERY  LITTLE  WE  KNOW  ABOUT  THE  TALMUD  AND  THE  KORAN !  ARE  THE  SOURCES  RELIABLE ?!


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Posted 16 February 2014 - 05:51 PM

Compare Talmud with Hadith.

 

Additions?

As if to suggest, 'this is what was meant....'...?

'He said...'

Or even the quorum of 'we agree based on ...'

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Bottom line:  the knowledge is evolving.

 

Today, 'we' are a bit ahead of them collectively.

 

Combine them all and what do we get;  Understanding.  The old sought, per se 'promise' to one day be capable to live forever and it is real.  The scope of a 'heaven'. 

 

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To me that heaven is to appreciate every moment.  Just being conscious and capable.  The rock cannot roll, by choice, I can.


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Posted 18 May 2014 - 01:50 PM

First up welcome back Pravda forums, best forum in the world, man I even missed mandy.....(is that Stockholm syndrome? who knows)

 

But back to topic, the poor Palestinians are the practice run for what these satanic creatures have planned for the world of Gentiles....

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Report: Netanyahu Promises Talmud Will Be Israeli Law

 

Netanyahu told the head of Likud's hareidi division Yaakov Vider at the conference that he intends to make the Hebrew calendar, which is based on Jewish law, the official calendar of Israel, reports Kikar Hashabat.

 

The new law also would establish the Talmud, the core work of Jewish law, as an official basis for Israeli state law.

 

"I'm going to personally be involved in the law defining the state of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people," Netanyahu reportedly told Vider. "It's a very important law that will influence how Israel will look in the future."

 

http://www.israelnat...40#.U3i6edEXJLd


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Posted 26 May 2014 - 05:56 AM

HOW  VERY  LITTLE  WE  KNOW  ABOUT  THE  TALMUD  AND  THE  KORAN !  ARE  THE  SOURCES  RELIABLE ?!

I guess as it is with many things religious, the sources are widely available - but they are, alas, open for interpretation. As a matter of fact, Talmud is exactly that: interpretation of the law, while Koran is more like a Torah; in a sense, a low in itself. My favorite analogy is that Torah is more like a constitution, while Talmud is more like a legal codex.

 

Then again, who am I to teach... 


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Posted 26 May 2014 - 05:58 AM

First up welcome back Pravda forums, best forum in the world, man I even missed mandy.....(is that Stockholm syndrome? who knows)

 

But back to topic, the poor Palestinians are the practice run for what these satanic creatures have planned for the world of Gentiles....

==

 

Report: Netanyahu Promises Talmud Will Be Israeli Law

 

Netanyahu told the head of Likud's hareidi division Yaakov Vider at the conference that he intends to make the Hebrew calendar, which is based on Jewish law, the official calendar of Israel, reports Kikar Hashabat.

 

The new law also would establish the Talmud, the core work of Jewish law, as an official basis for Israeli state law.

 

"I'm going to personally be involved in the law defining the state of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people," Netanyahu reportedly told Vider. "It's a very important law that will influence how Israel will look in the future."

 

http://www.israelnat...40#.U3i6edEXJLd

 

I believe in full separation of the State and religion. Every time religion ventures outside of the spiritual individualistic realm, there is a disaster.  


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Posted 26 May 2014 - 08:14 AM

SJ,

 

Israel is a disaster. One of my Jewish friends took his family back to Israel - "what for?" I asked him and he didn't have an answer. 

 

Zionist have completely stuffed the place - Christian are persecuted there, the Palestinians are under a sentence of Genocide and the Zionists are even attacking their own Jews.

Scripture says that only 144,000 Jews will be saved [from 12 tribes] - I hope you are one SJ. 


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Posted 28 May 2014 - 01:26 AM

SJ,

 

Israel is a disaster. One of my Jewish friends took his family back to Israel - "what for?" I asked him and he didn't have an answer. 

 

Zionist have completely stuffed the place - Christian are persecuted there, the Palestinians are under a sentence of Genocide and the Zionists are even attacking their own Jews.

Scripture says that only 144,000 Jews will be saved [from 12 tribes] - I hope you are one SJ. 

 

I respectfully disagree with your observation of Israel, but let's leave it at it. We will never find a common ground, as both our views are emotional, religious, and hence, irrational. 

 

But thank you very much for your kind words - I hope I will be saved, and so will you, when the time comes for the final decision


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Posted 26 April 2015 - 11:13 PM

I guess as it is with many things religious, the sources are widely available - but they are, alas, open for interpretation. As a matter of fact, Talmud is exactly that: interpretation of the law, while Koran is more like a Torah; in a sense, a low in itself. My favorite analogy is that Torah is more like a constitution, while Talmud is more like a legal codex.
 
Then again, who am I to teach...


fair.

The fool that tell people to read it, are the ones that never have.
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Posted 27 April 2015 - 01:25 AM

SJ,

 

Israel is a disaster. One of my Jewish friends took his family back to Israel - "what for?" I asked him and he didn't have an answer. 

 

Zionist have completely stuffed the place - Christian are persecuted there, the Palestinians are under a sentence of Genocide and the Zionists are even attacking their own Jews.

Scripture says that only 144,000 Jews will be saved [from 12 tribes] - I hope you are one SJ. 

The article I posted describes a University professor from US who went to Jewland to visit his children, he was forcibly kept there for 15 years, He is barefoot has nothing to eat, and they took every penny he had including his meagre earnings


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Posted 30 April 2015 - 12:22 PM

THE  TALMUD  -  Youtube

 

https://www.youtube....bout the talmud


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Posted 30 April 2015 - 03:15 PM

The Talmud specifically defines all who are not Jews as non-human animals.





What Jews believe: TORAH



It is uncanny just how simple minded some people are.


Bigots divide on the tailmud, which is stated in the first line quoted, but then clearly the second line represents that 'Jews Believe' to torah.


Huge difference between torah and tailmud.

Torah is about personal responsibility

Talmud is by people after torah, adding their opinion.


Macaeneeeeese is trying to add more tailmud on top of the old sh't.

Where it is sad, is I am beginning to believe that the mac-fool does not realize it.

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Posted 14 May 2015 - 11:07 AM

This topic is made-to-order for bishadi:

 

http://engforum.prav...ts-and-justice/

 

bishadi loves to spout his point-of-view. What about Levy's ?


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Posted 14 May 2015 - 02:10 PM

What Does Islam Say about Terrorism?

Islam, a religion of mercy, does not permit terrorism.  In the Quran, God has said:

aqwas-ys.jpg God does not forbid you from showing kindness and dealing justly with those who have not fought you about religion and have not driven you out of your homes.  God loves just dealers. aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 60:8)

The Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg used to prohibit soldiers from killing women and children,1 and he would advise them: {...Do not betray, do not be excessive, do not kill a newborn child.}2  And he also said: {Whoever has killed a person having a treaty with the Muslims shall not smell the fragrance of Paradise, though its fragrance is found for a span of forty years.}3

Also, the Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg has forbidden punishment with fire.4

He once listed murder as the second of the major sins,5 and he even warned that on the Day of Judgment, {The first cases to be adjudicated between people on the Day of Judgment will be those of bloodshed.6}7

Muslims are even encouraged to be kind to animals and are forbidden to hurt them.  Once the Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg said: {A woman was punished because she imprisoned a cat until it died.  On account of this, she was doomed to Hell. While she imprisoned it, she did not give the cat food or drink, nor did she free it to eat the insects of the earth.}8

He also said that a man gave a very thirsty dog a drink, so God forgave his sins for this action.  The Prophet salla.jpg was asked, “Messenger of God, are we rewarded for kindness towards animals?”  He said: {There is a reward for kindness to every living animal or human.}9

Additionally, while taking the life of an animal for food, Muslims are commanded to do so in a manner that causes the least amount of fright and suffering possible.  The Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg said: {When you slaughter an animal, do so in the best way.  One should sharpen his knife to reduce the suffering of the animal.}10

In light of these and other Islamic texts, the act of inciting terror in the hearts of defenseless civilians, the wholesale destruction of buildings and properties, the bombing and maiming of innocent men, women, and children are all forbidden and detestable acts according to Islam and the Muslims.  Muslims follow a religion of peace, mercy, and forgiveness, and the vast majority have nothing to do with the violent events some have associated with Muslims.  If an individual Muslim were to commit an act of terrorism, this person would be guilty of violating the laws of Islam.

(For more articles on Islam on terrorism, please refer to the links at More on Islam on Terrorism.)
 

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Footnotes:

(1) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #1744, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #3015. back.jpg

(2) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #1731, and Al-Tirmizi, #1408. back.jpg

(3) Narrated in Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #3166, and Ibn Majah, #2686. back.jpg

(4) Narrated in Abu-Dawood, #2675. back.jpg

(5) Narrated in Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #6871, and Saheeh Muslim, #88. back.jpg

(6) This means killing and injuring. back.jpg

(7) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #1678, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #6533. back.jpg

(8) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #2422, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #2365. back.jpg

(9) This saying of Muhammad salla.jpg has been mentioned in more detail on this page.  Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #2244, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #2466. back.jpg

(10) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #1955, and Al-Tirmizi, #1409. back.jpg
 

 

Interesting how Zionists have mastered the Islamic theology to turn one Muslim against another. No Muslims would be permitted to turn one religionist against another and remain a Muslim.


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#18 macaense

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Posted 14 May 2015 - 10:32 PM

Super Jew posted these lines, on this thread:

 

 

 

Posted 26 May 2014 - 05:58 AM

Mario Milano, on 18 May 2014 - 10:50 AM, said:snapback.png

First up welcome back Pravda forums, best forum in the world, man I even missed mandy.....(is that Stockholm syndrome? who knows)

 

But back to topic, the poor Palestinians are the practice run for what these satanic creatures have planned for the world of Gentiles....

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Report: Netanyahu Promises Talmud Will Be Israeli Law

 

Netanyahu told the head of Likud's hareidi division Yaakov Vider at the conference that he intends to make the Hebrew calendar, which is based on Jewish law, the official calendar of Israel, reports Kikar Hashabat.

 

The new law also would establish the Talmud, the core work of Jewish law, as an official basis for Israeli state law.

 

"I'm going to personally be involved in the law defining the state of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people," Netanyahu reportedly told Vider. "It's a very important law that will influence how Israel will look in the future."

 

http://www.israelnat...40#.U3i6edEXJLd

 

I believe in full separation of the State and religion. Every time religion ventures outside of the spiritual individualistic realm, there is a disaster. 


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Posted 14 May 2015 - 10:39 PM

According to McAfee, these paragraphs are from a dangerous source, bishadi might agree:

 

 

Human Rights and Justice in Islam

Islam provides many human rights for the individual.  The following are some of these human rights that Islam protects.

The life and property of all citizens in an Islamic state are considered sacred, whether a person is Muslim or not.  Islam also protects honor.  So, in Islam, insulting others or making fun of them is not allowed.  The Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg said: {Truly your blood, your property, and your honor are inviolable.}1

Racism is not allowed in Islam, for the Quran speaks of human equality in the following terms:

aqwas-ys.jpg O mankind, We have created you from a male and a female and have made you into nations and tribes for you to know one another.  Truly, the noblest of you with God is the most pious.2  Truly, God is All-Knowing, All-Aware. aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 49:13)

Islam rejects certain individuals or nations being favored because of their wealth, power, or race.  God created human beings as equals who are to be distinguished from each other only on the basis of their faith and piety.  The Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg said: {O people!  Your God is one and your forefather (Adam) is one.  An Arab is not better than a non-Arab and a non-Arab is not better than an Arab, and a red (i.e. white tinged with red) person is not better than a black person and a black person is not better than a red person,3 except in piety.}4

One of the major problems facing mankind today is racism.ch3-12-img1.jpg  The developed world can send a man to the moon but cannot stop man from hating and fighting his fellow man.  Ever since the days of the Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg, Islam has provided a vivid example of how racism can be ended.  The annual pilgrimage (Hajj) to Makkah shows the real Islamic brotherhood of all races and nations, when about two million Muslims from all over the world come to Makkah to perform the pilgrimage.

Islam is a religion of justice.  God has said:

aqwas-ys.jpg Truly God commands you to give back trusts to those to whom they are due, and when you judge between people, to judge with justice.... aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 4:58)

And He has said:

aqwas-ys.jpg ...And act justly.  Truly, God loves those who are just. aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 49:9)

We should even be just with those who we hate, as God has said:

aqwas-ys.jpg ...And let not the hatred of others make you avoid justice.  Be just: that is nearer to piety.... aqwas-ym.jpg (Quran, 5:8)

The Prophet Muhammad salla.jpg said: {People, beware of injustice,5 for injustice shall be darkness on the Day of Judgment.}6

And those who have not gotten their rights (i.e. what they have a just claim to) in this life will receive them on the Day of Judgment, as the Prophet salla.jpg said: {On the Day of Judgment, rights will be given to those to whom they are due (and wrongs will be redressed)...}7
 

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Footnotes:

(1) Narrated in Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #1739, and Mosnad Ahmad, #2037. back.jpg

(2) A pious person is a believer who abstains from all kinds of sins, performs all good deeds that God commands us to do, and fears and loves God. back.jpg

(3) The colors mentioned in this Prophetic saying are examples.  The meaning is that in Islam no one is better than another because of his color, whether it is white, black, red, or any other color. back.jpg

(4) Narrated in Mosnad Ahmad, #22978. back.jpg

(5) i.e. oppressing others, acting unjustly, or doing wrong to others. back.jpg

(6) Narrated in Mosnad Ahmad, #5798, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #2447. back.jpg

(7) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #2582, and Mosnad Ahmad, #7163. back.jpg
 

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Posted 14 May 2015 - 10:52 PM

I suggest that bishadi learn more about the QURAN, after examining the contents of this URL/link:

 

 

http://www.islam-guide.com/


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