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Monthly Archives: March 2013
Allah commands all Muslims to wage war against non-Muslims until the earth is cleansed from non-Muslim infidels
[2.190] And fight in the way of Allah with those who fight with you, and do not exceed the limits, surely Allah does not love those who exceed the limits. [2.191] And kill them wherever you find them, and drive … Continue reading
John Robbins died some years ago. The only contact I ever had with him was by e mail. I valued his advice. I dedicate this to his remembrance and look forward to meeting him in glory. Please overlook the small imperfections … Continue reading
Islam makes land more valuable than life if the land was owned by a Muslim and the new owner of the same land is a non-Muslim.
If a Muslim loses his land or home without coming to any harm himself Islam gives him the right to kill indiscriminately anyone who belongs to the nation that dispossessed him. In Islam land is worth more than life if … Continue reading
Why did Jacob and Abraham build altars if not to offer burnt offerings upon them to Jehovah to make atonement?
So can man have a relationship to God without offering bloody sacrifices to make atonement? The Islamic apologists tell us that forgiveness can be had without sacrifice. All one needs to do is repent of one’s sin and ask God … Continue reading
What evidence does Zakir Hussain have to criticize the use of the word Pharoah in the Bible? It is the Egyptian word for King.
In his recent debate with Samuel Green Zakir Hussain claimed that the use of the word Pharoah in the Bible is an anachronism. According to him the word doesn’t belong to the historical period in which the Bible places it. First … Continue reading
Only intentional sins that constitute materially stealing from, or defrauding, another are regulated by the individual sacrifice of a trespass offering
There are intentional sins that don’t involve fraud or theft. They don’t cause any material loss to the victim. These are not dealt with through the trespass offering. These would be sins such as saying hurtful things against your neighbour. These … Continue reading