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    Dawkins on Yahya

    ^Can't figure out which one is more anal. All I can say is Harun Yahya probably does not like the niqab or the burka... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvQbozs8csM&feature=related And also...for his ladies fan-base... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFax4ITw3lk&feature=related
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    Dawkins on Yahya

    PARTAAAYYY UPP IN HERE!!! DJ MASTER DEVILISH EYEBROWS HARUN YAHYA AND HIS BLONDE CLOWN FACED ANGELS!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRNnOg9FNwo WOOT!!! HOW BOUT SOME FIDDY CENT UP IN HEEEYY!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMPhIGOwvGw&feature=related Well, one thing is certain...Harun Yahya is surrounded by women, while Dawkins is surrounded by nerdy white kids.
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    Dawkins on Yahya

    Damn. Atta boy. A little heavy on the makeup though. My respect for Harun Yahya just shot through the roof. How'd he get so many gals? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldHQTpo3Kx8&feature=channel
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    salam. this reminded me of you:

    1. Mufasa


      lololol that was the most ridiculous video I've ever seen. I have no idea how that reminds you of me - but thanks(???) haha. how've you been?

  5. I tried commenting on there but it wouldn't work, so here is my response: You start your post saying: "The purpose of this post is not to reveal whether Ibn Sayyad was the Dajjal or not since one can only speculate, but to point out how unusual the traditions were, and to shed a little light on what was actually going on in some respects." And then you end it with: " It was likewise permissible to swear to Allah (say wallahi) that Ibn Sayyad was Dajjal." You are being absolute with things that are merely probable and speculative. Just because the Sahabas held certain opinions doesn't make them definitive, since they do make mistakes. First of all there are multiple ad-Dajjal, culminating in one that is the actual prophesied anti-Christ. Furthermore, Jesus alayhi salam is the one who kills the anti-Christ. So I would refrain from calling a Muslim, a Sahabi, the Masih ad-Dajjal. He did not call people to worship him or anything of the like. We are commanded to have husnud-dhunn (good opinion) of the believers. Also merkabah mysticism is not the only mysticism...in islam we do have Sufism and the similarities are not incidental. Yes, there are certain black magic elements that are disguised as spirituality that have crept in over time, but there are legitimate similarities between Judaic Mysticism and Islamic Sufism, because they come from the same Divine Source, like the Names of God which are central occur in both Judaism/Islam (Ya Hannan, Ya Mannan, Allah). Medieval rabbis wrote about how Sufis resemble the Prophets and sages of Bani Israel more than Jews do and that there are more saints among Muslims than among Jews, which was why they wanted to reform Judaism. Not all the Sahabas are cookie cut the same, they are as different as diversity among people is today and Sufis would cite Ibn Sayyad had a certain spiritual 'state'. It is not necessarily that shayatin told him certain things, it may be that his spirit dominated over his body and as a result certain things became apparent to him. Mawlana Ashraf Ali Thanwi in his book on Sufism and Hadith explains the hadith of Ibn Sayyad and what they teach us about Sufism. I suggest you read that book since it will explain many amazing and unusual hadith and contextualize them. Also, there is no way Ibn Sayyad would be practicing merkaba mysticism at such a young age. Again, you have to be open to the reality that there are people who have certain states, and you do still encounter them today. Sometimes children with mental disabilities show signs of getting glimpses of the unseen and it occurs even with non-Muslims. This has to do with the knowledge of the soul, which the Qur'an emphatically states, in Sura Bani Israil, 85: "And they ask you (O Muhammad SAW) concerning the Ruh (the Spirit); Say: "The Ruh (the Spirit): it is one of the things, the knowledge of which is only with my Lord. And of knowledge, you (mankind) have been given only a little."" di.
  6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SvoFx0E7i8
  7. Practically speaking, keeping up to date with the Islamic calendar and the significance of its days helps. Allah has given us sacred days and sacred months so that we have many occasions to return to Him. Winter for example has short days so its easy to fast. Summer has short nights so its easy to pray in the night. Shaban is for fasting too. There is Ramadan too and Ashura, Lailatul Miraj, etc. Tomorrow is Mawlid an-Nabi, the birth day of the Prophet ﷺ so its a good opportunity to read-up on some Seerah (Prophetic history) and send salawat an-Nabi on him ﷺ.
  8. Welcome Muxlimers. Can somebody fill me in as to why Muxlim went down? Anybody who has details message me.
  9. Its always better to donate to the poor person with your own hand directly. Thats the best practice of the righteous when they do sadaqa.
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