Thursday, July 30, 2009

20 reasons to abandon Christianity-Another detailed study

Well we highly thank Chaz Bufe for this. Sure he is an atheist but he presents statistics, facts from the bible and christian world, like us. And the only average Christian responses are opinions and thoughts which they think can refute these. Hmmm... something doesn't click here??
His views are no different than mine, thats why i left the christian faith. Somethings are hard to agree with since God bashing is what atheists do, but he is really talking on Paul's words. So therefore it isn't very Godly. Anyways there are several great points.

It is pretty detailed and long so we're just going to link it to you:
http://www.seeharppress.com/20reasons.html

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Suspect in abortion murder: "Killing was justified"

Doesn't the suspect know its because of his faith that has caused 90% of americans to have pre-martial sex? Oh well he is trying to cause change. To us it seems like a battle of holy spirits .

WICHITA, Kan. - The man accused of killing one of the nation's few late-term abortion providers will get his first look this week at the evidence against him, even as he has called the shooting of Dr. George Tiller justified.

Scott Roeder, 51, is charged with one count of first-degree murder in Tiller's death and two counts of aggravated assault for allegedly threatening two ushers who tried to stop him during the May 31 melee in the foyer of the doctor's church.

Unless the defense waives the preliminary hearing set for Tuesday, prosecutors must convince a judge that they have enough evidence to merit a trial. Roeder would then enter a plea.


Tiller, 67, had been the target of relentless protests for most of the 36 years that he performed abortions at his Wichita clinic, where he practiced as one of the nation's few providers of late-term abortions. He was shot in both arms by an anti-abortion activist in 1993, and his family said the doctor had been repeatedly threatened over the years.

Prosecutors have largely refused to discuss the case and Roeder's comments to the press. Defense attorneys have not returned calls to The Associated Press seeking comment, and Roeder has declined to say what plea he plans to enter.

Difficult case for defense attorneys
Roeder has had plenty else to say, however. With their client itching to talk — and with prosecutors apparently having several witnesses to the shooting — defense attorneys face a difficult case.

Among Roeder's potential defenses is a diminished mental competency. His brother, David, has said Roeder suffered from mental illness at various times in his life. Roeder denied that is mentally ill now, but has acknowledged that he was diagnosed with schizophrenia in his late teens. He blames that on drug use at the time and said he has been clean for more than 20 years.

"Drugs are not a problem. My mental illness came from the use of drugs," Roeder told The Associated Press. "When I quit, I haven't had any problems."

But legal observers say Roeder's defense attorneys can raise the question regardless.

"Sometimes the person is the last to know, you know what I mean? If you are truly incompetent that is one of the things you might not understand," said retired Shawnee County District Judge Terry Bullock. "So if there is any question about that, the lawyer should raise that issue and they will have him examined and a decision will be made about that before trial."

Roeder, in rambling phone and jailhouse interviews with the AP since his arrest, has said a "war has been declared upon the unborn," who must be defended.

Asked whether he hoped Tiller's death would inspire others to shoot abortion providers, Roeder replied that everyone has to make their own decisions. But he said he would be pleased if others took action to stop abortion by any means necessary.

"Violence is not wrong in all situations, so if it takes that — then if it is done righteously — then, if it's done, it is OK," Roeder said.

Not likely to get traction
That argument is not likely to get much, if any, traction in the courtroom.

"Justifiable homicide typically means self-defense — you are defending yourself, your home, your wife or somebody like that," Bullock said. "It is not that you have a good motive."

In several interviews with The AP, Roeder has stopped just short of confessing to Tiller's shooting. While talking at length about the notion of justifiable homicide against abortion providers, he has refused to discuss any facts of the case.

Asked if he thinks Tiller's shooting was justified, Roeder replied, "Well, yeah. The thing is, how could it not be? Again, you know, he was in the business, and had been for many years, of taking the lives of unborn children. So if the lives of born children are worthy of protection, why would not the lives of unborn children be worthy of protection? That is really what it comes down to."


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If convicted of first-degree murder, Roeder faces life in prison with the possibility of parole after 25 years.

A week after his arrest, Roeder told The AP that "I know there are many other similar events planned around the country as long as abortion remains legal." As the court case proceeds, authorities are still investigating whether he had accomplices.

Justice Department spokesman Alejandro Miyar said the agency is probing the potential for other violations of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act or other federal statutes. He noted that Attorney General Eric Holder has ordered increase protection for abortion providers.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32158876/ns/us_news-crime_and_courts/

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Comments on the covenant of life (webiste and tv show)

So yesterday I was watching what was on the guide channel when i came across yet another sorry christian station called Vision (isn't it wierd christians try to come up with eye-catchy names?). So the show is called Plumbline and is run by a christian ministry called The covenant of life, started up by a roman catholic christian Sabina and her husband, Faisal a "former muslim" (though he does have more knoweledge about islam than most other ex's. He isn't very biased either which is very rare among the christian ministry world). So they talk greatly about the holy spirit. Thats their only topic most of the time (other topics are about muslims) but they had some interesting things to say, like Faisal was talking about how when you feel as if someones watching you, and you turn around and see them staring, its because of the holy spirit. So in other words he's saying the holy spirit controls you (and he said this frequently). Uhh well doesn't that support our claims? Doesnt that support what a majority of what christians do today? Not just in the West but throughout the world?
Another example Faisal pointed out is that when you're driving and you see a truck or another vehicle come, you stop because the holy spirit does it for you. To go along with that he said the holy spirit knows your next move. Huh, so again this proves our points about christianity. So really the rapes, murders, kidnaps, and crines of all sort are holy spirit controlled and it knows whats going to happen.

Onto their site now, and directly above we see a tab labeled "Muslims". Not much there just a book being marketed. The synopsis does say islam is very misunderstood, thats correct. But now this falls after the book is really saying how to appoach muslims. This is another tactic. Being kind, metaphors, sweet talk, writing pbuh after our prophets' name and then trying to convert muslims to the christian faith. They want to get to you to bring you to their faith. We all know the current tactics (profanity, inuslts, myths, lies, rumors etc) used by most missioanries isn't quite working.

Onto the comments or testemonials are I saw this:
"I have a question I was hoping you could help me with. If God is a God of love then why did He harden Pharaoh’s heart as mentioned several times in the Bible?"-This is by a felow in the US. My answer to you is watch their video's and propoganda on the holy spirt, the all controller. You can find the answer there.

Is it to me, or do christians worship the holy spirit? Now many say theres one God in christainity, but represents in 3 ways (father, son, and spirit). So who really do the christians worship? The flesh of God? (Jesus even though nowhere in the bible does it claim he is God or worthy of worship) or spirit of God? (as we see Faisal and Sabina do).

Friday, July 24, 2009

Dalia Mogahed speaks about christian misconceptions

I found this interview interesting. Her views on islam are no different than any other muslim woman, but as we can all see islam gets overshadowed by the christian propoanda everywhere.
Thus interview is about 8 months old, though according to Jihadwatch the sharia (laws from the quran and hadith) gets updated nearly everyday, this brave and proud muslm woman speaks out. And what do we get? More doses of ingorance from the christians.
(Courtesy of christianitytoday)

Islam According to Gallup
Analyst Dalia Mogahed says it's time to rethink what we think we know about Muslims.
Interview by Warren Larson

November 14, 2008

Dalia Mogahed spoke at July's Common Word Conference at Yale University, where hundreds of moderate Muslims and evangelical Christian scholars met seeking better understanding. As senior analyst and executive director of the Gallup Center for Muslim Studies, Mogahed travels widely, engaging audiences on what Muslims think. Her analysis has appeared in The Economist, The Financial Times, and The Wall Street Journal. Mogahed, a Muslim, lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband and two sons. Also attending the conference was Warren Larson, director of the Zwemer Center for Muslim Studies at Columbia International University and author of Islamic Ideology and Fundamentalism in Pakistan: Climate for Conversion to Christianity?

Here, Larson interviews Mogahed about the book she coauthored with John Esposito, Who Speaks For Islam? What a Billion Muslims Really Think (Gallup Press, 2008). The idea for the book was born shortly after 9/11, when Donald Rumsfeld was asked how Muslims felt about the attacks on the U.S. He replied, "I don't know; it's not like you can take a Gallup poll." The survey covered 90 percent of the global Muslim population on, among other things, Muslims' views of democracy, extremism, jihad, and women's rights, and Americans' views of Islam.

What surprised you most in your findings?

It was how much Americans and residents of majority-Muslim countries have in common. This flies in the face of conventional wisdom that paints a picture of an inherently conflict-ridden relationship. Americans are as likely, for example, as Iranians to say religious leaders should have no part in crafting a constitution. We found that 57 percent of Americans think the Bible should have at least some role in legislation. (Nine percent think it should be the sole source.) This is similar to many majority-Muslim countries where people don't want theocracy and don't favor religious leaders being in control, but they do want legislation informed by religious values.

What do Muslim women say about Shari'ah [Islamic law]?

Muslim women and men, surprisingly, hold similar views about Shari'ah. In Jordan, most Muslim women and men say it should play a role in legislation. Muslim women want and think they deserve equal rights: the right to vote without interference from their families, the right to work at any job they are qualified for, and even the right to serve in senior levels of government. In short, Muslim women don't regard Shari'ah as impeding their rights; they may in fact see it as a road to progress.

Didn't Ontario's government recently disallow Islamic law because Muslim women opposed it?

In the absence of representative survey research, we cannot make that assessment. The government was actually led to believe Muslim women didn't want it, but we can't be sure. Often a vocal, well-organized minority speaks for everyone and claims that it's the opinion of the majority. For example, a Washington Post article claimed Iraqi women were outraged and against Islamic law. Our research in Iraq shows 83 percent of Iraqi women say they do not want a division between state and religion, and most want religious leaders to take a part in family law.

What stereotypes does your book challenge?

[One is that] Muslims allegedly reject democratic values, when in fact they admire them and wish they had more of those values implemented in their own governments. A second popular stereotype is that the conflict between the Muslim world and the West is about a clash of values, a rejection of modernity. What Americans admire about themselves—democracy, technology, ingenuity—is what Muslims admire most about America.

Your book says that 7 percent, or 91 million, of 1.3 billion Muslims worldwide think the 9/11 attacks were "completely" justified, leaving 93 percent as moderates. Ninety-one million is a big number, but other studies put Islamic extremism at an even higher level.

We must define extremism. If it's the number of people actually involved in violence, the number is much less than 7 percent. Analysts estimate thousands, not millions. If it's about people who sympathize with extremists, we must define what it means to sympathize. But our goal was not to quantify percentages of so-called extremists, but to understand the fringe element and how they differ from mainstream Muslims.

Do you question a Sunday Telegraph report in 2006, for example, that claimed the percentage of UK Muslims who were "radical" jumped from 15 percent in 2001 to 43 percent in 2006?

If we use the same measuring stick on the American public, we find that a whopping 31 percent are extremists. The University of Maryland surveyed [Americans on] the justifiability of attacks on civilians, and nearly one-third said "sometimes." That kind of definition might be good for newspaper headlines, but it does not give the information needed to understand the fringe element.

What do most Muslims think about apostates?

Apostates are not very popular in any religion, so [Muslims] definitely view leaving Islam as a terrible idea. On the other hand, in any faith community, it's not something people think should be handled violently. Our study shows it is dangerous to call other Muslims apostates. An important declaration several years ago by a group of prominent scholars, the Amman Message, defined what it means to call someone else an apostate and how theologically incorrect it is to use such terms against fellow Muslims.

Don't all four schools of Sunni Islamic law suggest that a Muslim who leaves Islam and embraces Christianity, for example, should be executed?

We have to look at modern interpretations, because Islamic law is a vibrant, ever-changing set of interpretations. Fiqh, or human interpretation of Shari'ah, maps changes with time and place. Look, for example, at Sheikh Ali Jumu'a, grand mufti of Egypt, whose interpretation of apostasy laws is not to take drastic measures. In the past, apostasy was seen as treason because citizenship in one group was defined by faith, and when people left one faith, they had to work against their community. One's faith today is no longer seen in the same context, because the nation-state has been completely transformed.

How do you respond to conventional wisdom that says the Qur'an espouses violence?

First, [violent] verses have a historical context and must be understood and interpreted in a specific way. Second, if the Qur'an espouses violence, then we should have a greater percentage of Muslims involved in violence. Violence is usually politically, not religiously, motivated. Third, terrorist sympathizers or the "cheering section"—the 7 percent who are politically radicalized—are no more religious than mainstream Muslims who abhor violence and say it is morally unjustified. Muslims are as likely as Americans to denounce attacks on civilians. Finally, people defending their position on 9/11—the 7 percent who think it's completely justified—do so because of political and geopolitical perceptions, not theology. Not one referred to the Qur'an. Their responses could have come from an atheist. They see the U.S. as an imperialist power trying to control the world. Those who condemned 9/11 quoted Qur'anic verses that forbid killing innocent people. So moral objection to terrorism is competing with political rage, and people can go either way.

In Who Speaks for Islam? you suggest that the domestic terrorist Timothy McVeigh was a Christian. Why?

I refer to his writings. Another example is the Ku Klux Klan. When people hold a certain ideology, whether rooted in religion or some political thought, they [can] become radicalized, and that radicalization takes on symbolic language. When environmentalists become radicalized, they become environmental terrorists. When animal-rights activists become radicalized, they become animal-rights terrorists. Similarly, Muslim rhetoric takes on the symbols of the dominant social medium they are in. Timothy McVeigh's radical ideas, reflected in his writings, carry symbols of Christianity. Throughout history the KKK claimed to be sincere Christians. The religious ideology they hold is not the root of their radicalization, but it will necessarily be the context in which their ideas manifest.

How should evangelicals respond to what seems to be the spread of extremist Islam globally?

Evangelicals should respond the way everyone should respond. Understanding the cause of the problem is important. The data clearly show it is driven not by religious extremism but by extreme political ideology. Second, as a human family, look at the extremists as an outside group, rather than as an outgrowth of religion. This builds bridges between people of different faiths all fighting a common enemy. Let's not forget that Muslims are the primary victims of violent extremism. People in majority-Muslim countries, unlike Americans, say their greatest fear is terrorism. Third, evangelicals should help empower those trying to make positive change peacefully. At the end of the day, this battle is not for the soul of Islam. It's the road to reform.

The grievances terrorists champion are strategically chosen and ones the vast majority agree with. Others try to address these same issues peacefully. To the extent these people are effective, terrorists are seen as ineffective and their methods as barbaric. Finally, evangelicals should vocally and unequivocally denounce anti-Muslim hate speech. When prominent Christian leaders make degrading statements about Islam, it feeds [Osama] bin Laden's claim of an American "crusade" against Islam and Muslims. Hateful statements against what Muslims hold most dear are a gift to bin Laden and a slap to mainstream Muslims who fear and reject his methods and therefore should be seen as allies, not enemies, in the fight against violent extremism.




Okay well you know up above on the top where it says nearly 60 percent of americans think the bible should play a role in the government, well heads up it already does. Again this proves how religious christians are. US is a christian country, where the true christian sharia (what most people think when the islamic sharia comes to thought) has been abolished a long time ago because it cannot comply with todays standards. The country still has christian values in their governemt and judicial systems (such as "In God we trust", or "So help me God", swearing over Jesus' name when taking oath as president etc.)

So we literally are going to see, if the true christian sharia returns, opression of women (the elizabethan and medevil era had the most opressed women), opression of non-christians, racial seperation (slavery and opression of African americans was based upon christianity) and so on. What many christians think today of the islamic sharia is actually their own religous law where the true sharia (islamic one) is the EXACT opposite.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Save it Jihadwatch

Inna lillahi wa ina lillahi rajiun
(to whom we belong and to who we return)

Of course muslims grieve about the apparent honour killing that happened not long ago with 3 women being killed (somehow, details haven't been given and storey doesn't really make much sense). Of course Ms. Robert Spencer, who's been studying islam for 30 years now (strange he as no degree on it?) will countinue to boast about this being part of the sharia, yet he hasn't given ANY sources that support his claim (no hadiths or quran verses-as there is NONE). Again we question Spencer's knoweldge. He litteraly thinks that EVERY MUSLIM action is done in accordance to islamic scriptures (well most do, but like i've said in Jihadwatch before should the christian man who raped that woman yesterday or is going to tomorrow done because of christianity? Well maybe since the holy spirit guides ALL).

Anyways I wonder how long it'll take the "scholor" (as he calls himself) to figure out there is no honour killing and mistreatment among women in islam (please dont give me what the taliban do).

Saturday, July 18, 2009

A detailed study by 2 brothers in Islam

So i was on a islamic group on Facebook and (surprise surprise) a christian (woman this time) joined and started up a topic caled "The bible and quran". The first few posts by this person were comparisons, then eventually started quoting from faithfreedom and answeringislam (2 anti-islam hate sites). Of course her goal was to convert us. Though with the help of Allah she left as she couldn't handle what her own book actually said. And all thanks to 2 brothers who know quite alot about the christian faith.

Techliveadmn/ Ejaaz

On Thursday 9th July 2009, @islamqa said:

@Adam4004

Sorry, came back from family errand.

Statements Jesus Made Which Are False:

Jesus in John 14:12 & Mark 16:17-18 said: "Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth in me, the works that I do shall he also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father." This implies that Jesus’ true followers should be able to routinely perform the following tricks: 1) cast out devils, 2) speak in tongues, 3) take up serpents, 4) drink poisons without harm, and 5) cure the sick by touching them and MANY other of Jesus’ "works". Curiously I have yet to see a Christian that can do any of the above on demand.

In John 14:13-14 Jesus stated: "And whatsoever ye ask in my name I do, that the Father may be glorified in the son. If ye ask any thing in my name, I will do it." In reality, millions of people have made millions of requests in Jesus’ name and failed to receive satisfaction. This promise or prophecy has failed completely.

Paul says Christianity lives or dies on the Resurrection (1 Corinthian 15:14-17). Yet Jesus said in Matthew 12:40 that he would be buried three days and three nights as Jonah was in the whale three days and three nights. Friday afternoon to early Sunday morning is only one and a half days, so he could not have been the messiah by his own and Paul’s admission.

Jesus’ prophecy in John 13:38 ("The cock shall not crow, till thou [Peter] hast denied me three times") is false. Mark 14:66-68 shows the cock crowed after the first denial, not the third.

In Mark 10:19 Jesus said: "Thou knowest the commandments, Do not commit adultery, Do not kill, do not steal, do not bear false witness, Defraud not, Honour thy father and mother." Jesus needs to re-read the Ten Commandments. There is no Old Testament commandment against defrauding. The only relevant statement about defrauding is in Leviticus 19:13 , which says : "Thou shalt not defraud thy neighbor." This is an OT law, but is not listed with the Ten Commandments. Surely, if Jesus was god incarnate he would know the commandments.

"And no man hath ascended up to heaven, but he that came down from heaven, but he that came down from heaven, even the Son of man which is in heaven" (John 3:13). If Jesus is in heaven, how can he be down on earth speaking? Moreover, according to 2 Kings 2:11 ("and Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heaven") Jesus was not the only person to ascend into heaven, nor was he the first. Elijah preceded him and apparently Enoch did also ("And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him"--Genesis 5:24).

In Luke 23:43 Jesus said to the thief on the cross, "Today shalt thou be with me in paradise." This obviously has to be false, for Jesus was supposed to lay dead in the tomb for three days following his crucifixion.

Jesus says : "Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbor, and hate thine enemy" (Matthew 5:43). This statement does not exist in the OT either. In fact, Proverbs 24:17 says, "Rejoice not when thine enemy falleth, and let not thine heart be glad when he stumbleth…"

Jesus is reported to say: "The law and the prophets were until John: since that time the kingdom of God is preached, and every man presseth into it" (Luke 16:16). Certainly every man is not pressing to enter the kingdom of God. The very fact that I am a muslim (alot of the world’s population does not believe in Jesus as a god) proves this verse to be false.

"Or have ye not read in the law, how that on the Sabbath days the priests in the temple profane the Sabbath, and are blameless?" (Matthew 12:5) Nowhere does the OT state that the priests in the temple profaned the Sabbath and were considered blameless.

"Yea; have ye never read, 'Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings thou hast perfected praise'" (Matthew 21:16). Jesus is quoting Psalm 8:2, which says, "Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings hast thou ordained strength because of thine enemies…". "Perfect praise" has little to do with "ordaining strength because of thine enemies." Another misquotation!

Friday, July 17, 2009

Report proves Israeli's used Palistinians as human shields

Ahh yes yet another storey in which Robert Spencer will not post on his "scholorly" site.

JERUSALEM (CNN) -- A report from an Israeli advocacy group based on what it says is the testimony of several unnamed Israeli soldiers accuses the Israeli military of intentionally putting Palestinian civilians at risk during its recent operation in Gaza.

The report, released Wednesday from a group called "Breaking the Silence" -- which includes former Israeli soldiers -- has been dismissed by the Israeli military as slanderous.

In the 110-page report, the group said some of the 26 soldiers interviewed said they used Palestinians as human shields during the military's more than two-week long ground operation in Gaza earlier this year.

"In some cases a civilian would be forced to walk in front of soldier while the soldier places his gun barrel on the civilian's shoulder," the report states.

Other soldiers talk about destroying buildings even though the structures posed no direct threat. They also said that white phosphorus was used in densely populated areas and describe the rules of engagement as "permissive."


Phosphorus shells can be used to create a smokescreen for troops. In creating the diversion, the element ignites when exposed to oxygen and can cause severe burns. International law calls on militaries to limit the use white phosphorus in civilian areas.

Other organizations, including the United Nations' Human Rights Council, Amnesty International and the U.S.-based Physicians for Human Rights, have criticized the Israeli military's conduct in Gaza. Israel has questioned the legitimacy of those claims, as well.

The stories presented by Breaking the Silence are anonymous accounts which CNN cannot independently verify. The group said that the soldiers were not willing to speak with the media.

In response to the report's allegations, the Israeli military said it complied with international law on all fronts.

The advocacy group said many of the soldiers interviewed in its report are still serving and fear repercussions if they reveal their identity, and they did not take their complaints up the chain of command.

The Israeli military has rejected the report, saying the anonymous nature of the testimonies means they lack credibility.

"There are no factual details, no places, no names of incidents in specific houses on a specific date," military spokesman Lt. Col. Avital Liebovitch said. "I would be more than happy to be provided with these details and I will be able to investigate them."

The Israeli military conducted its own investigation into soldiers' actions during Operation Cast Lead, its 22-day military offensive in January against the militant group Hamas in an effort to end ongoing rocket attacks.

It found that Israeli forces "operated in accordance with international law" although there were a few incidents in which "intelligence or operational errors" occurred.

Fighting left more than 1,400 Palestinians dead according to officials in Gaza, while Israel put that death toll closer to 1,100, saying more than 70 percent of those killed were Hamas militants. Thirteen Israelis were killed during the operation, including three civilians.

Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak, responding to the report which was widely publicized in Israel, said the criticism was "misplaced and misdirected."

"If someone has a criticism, or information or conclusions about IDF (Israel Defense Forces) actions, they should bring them to me, as minister of defense of the state of Israel, and to the Israeli government that instructed the IDF to restore quiet to the communities in the south," Barak said.

"The IDF is the most moral army in the world and it operates according to the highest ethical code."

CNN did independently obtain corroborating detail on one anonymous claim in the report.

Gaza resident Shafiq Daher told CNN earlier this week that he was used as a human shield by Israeli soldiers during the recent Gaza military operation. His description of his experience closely matched an account given in the Breaking the Silence report.

"He was holding with all his strength like this and with his heavy machine gun on the other shoulder," said Daher, who demonstrated how the soldier walked behind him as they approached his neighbors' homes.

The Israeli military would not comment on whether Palestinians were used as human shields in Gaza, saying only that there are dozens of ongoing internal investigations into individual soldier conduct.

Daher, who lives in Jabaliya outside Gaza City, said he was forced to search his neighbors' homes this way for about a week, under heavy fire. He said he was also given a hammer and told to break through his neighbors' walls.

"I felt like a dead man walking," he said. "I was walking and praying to God and thought this is what death is like."

http://edition.cnn.com/2009/WORLD/meast/07/15/israel.gaza.report/index.html

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Hear us out Jihadwatch

So what are the chances of Robert Spencer posting the hate-crime murder of the pregnant muslim woman? Well it was by a moderate (drinker, abuder, drug addict, adulterer, forcinator etc..) christian, who a majority of the world are due to guidence from te holy spirit. Hey if th holy spirit guides you, it must be true right?

Mourners angry over murder of German Egyptian

CAIRO (Al Arabiya)
Outrage over the murder of a pregnant Muslim woman in Germany who has become known as the “hijab martyr” mounted Tuesday following her funeral and protests in her native Egypt over what Muslims see as European Islamaphobia and western media double standards. Marwa al-Sherbini, a 32-year-old Egyptian-German, was buried in her coastal hometown of Alexandria, Egypt Monday amid demonstrations by Egyptians mourning her senseless death and calling for retribution.

Sherbini was stabbed to death 18 times Wednesday as she prepared to testify against her assailant, who was in court to appeal a previous defamation conviction against her. The assailant, knonw only as Alex W., had been convicted and fined €750 ($1,050) last year for calling Sherbini a "terrorist," "b*tch" and "Islamist" after she asked him to leave a swing for her three-year-old son Mustafa

Her funeral drew thousands of angry mourners and Egyptian officials who called on the government to seriously deal with the tragic killing and take immediate action.

"There is no god but God and the Germans are the enemies of God," they chanted.

Ramzi Ezz, Egypt's ambassador in Germany told Al Arabiya the results of the investigations could be released in a few days, but noted that Egyptian law calls for life imprisonment of the murderer.Sherbini's brother Tarek al-Sherbini vowed to avenge her killing. "We believe in an eye for an eye," he told Egyptian national television.Dubbed the "martyr of the head scarf," Sherbini was three months pregnant when her 28-year-old attacker stabbed her countless times in front of her two-year-old son.
The killer is a terrorist who should receive severe punishment for what he has done, something that contradicts all the values of humanity, decency and religion," Grand Imam Sheikh Mohammed Sayyed Tantawi told Egypt’s official MENA news agency.Alex also stabbed Sherbini's husband, Elwi Ali Okaz while he was trying to save his wife. And adding further insult to injury, a security guard shot Okaz in the leg because he mistook the husband for the attacker because of his ethnic looks according to German prosecutors."The guards thought that as long as he wasn't blond, he must be the attacker so they shot him," Sherbini told an Egyptian television station.Alex W. remained in detention and prosecutors have begun investigating the murder but have downplayed it as a lone incident.Christian Avenarius, the prosecutor in Dresden where the incident took place, said the killer was driven by a deep hatred of Muslims. "It was very clearly a xenophobic attack of a fanatical lone wolf." A German government spokesperson condemned the attack and said Berlin "naturally condemns this in the strongest terms."

Oh wait, western media wont say anything that goes against their faith. If this was the opposite (muslim man stabbing a woman (of any faith)) it would make headlines all over and especially on Jihadwatch.
I've tried posting on there about this, but it gets overshadowed by the hatred christians show there (so much for "love your enemies").
One thing i've noticed is that they fail to bring islamic scriptures and sources to back up their sick lies and myths. Oh well ignorance shows.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

World's olest bible online... and different

LONDON, England (CNN) -- The world's oldest known Christian Bible goes online Monday -- but the 1,600-year-old text doesn't match the one you'll find in churches today.

Discovered in a monastery in the Sinai desert in Egypt more than 160 years ago, the handwritten Codex Sinaiticus includes two books that are not part of the official New Testament and at least seven books that are not in the Old Testament.

The New Testament books are in a different order, and include numerous handwritten corrections -- some made as much as 800 years after the texts were written, according to scholars who worked on the project of putting the Bible online. The changes range from the alteration of a single letter to the insertion of whole sentences.

And some familiar -- very important -- passages are missing, including verses dealing with the resurrection of Jesus, they said.

http://www.cnn.com/2009/WORLD/europe/07/06/ancient.bible.online/index.html

Monday, July 6, 2009

Christian man kills muslim woman

Inna Lillahi Wa inna lillahi Rajioun
(To whom we belong and to whom we return)

We here are very saddened by this horrifc holy spirit guided incident.
Will this make the jihadwatch page? Robert Spencer, they so called "scholor" on Islam repeatedly attacks the faith (remember he's holy spirit guided) and posts activities of muslims worldwide. He countinues to boast about "honoutr killings" and mistreatment of women according to islamic texts (again we wonder how a person who's studied islam since 1980, still fails to realise the status of women).
Again it is our duty here to provide you with the christian jihadist activity here in the west. 85% are holy spirit guided christians. We want people out there to know how your faith is the cause of ignorance and corruption. Doesnt take a scholor to figure this one out (Pretty sure Mr. Spencer has the slighest of brains to see what his religion does).

Will this make cnn? Well it did but will it get 24/7 coverage? No because this happened in a non-muslim country. If it was a muslim country they'd say, like Robert Spencer, "This is the sharia" or "This muslim country" (and by that they do mean the sharia). Have a look at the Iranian elections. It caused minute-by-minute coverage. All we heard was about Neda and the "Islamic" Republic. We even heard people fighting for freedom from the "Islamic Sharia". See how those mix in a Westerners view?

CNN) -- Hundreds of Egyptians took part Monday in the funeral of Marwa Sherbini, an Egyptian woman who was stabbed to death last week in the German city of Dresden in a crime believed to be racially motivated.

Sherbini, 33, was stabbed to death Wednesday in a courtroom as she prepared to give testimony against a German man of Russian descent whom she had sued for insult and abuse.
The man, identified in German media as Alex A., 28, was convicted of calling Sherbini, who wore a headscarf, "terrorist," "bitch" and "Islamist" when she asked him him to leave a swing for her 3-year-old son Mustafa during an August 2008 visit to a children's park.
He was fined and appealed the ruling. The two were in court Wednesday for that appeal when Alex A. attacked, pulling out a knife and stabbing Sherbini 18 times. He also stabbed her husband three times and attacked another person.
According to Arab media, police officers tried to intervene to end the fight, and a number of shots were fired. One hit the husband, who fell unconscious and is currently in intensive care in the hospital of Dresden University.
Sherbini was three months pregnant at the time of her death.
Hundreds attended Sherbini's funeral in Alexandria, Egypt, her hometown, among them government officials, including Egyptian Manpower Minister Aisha Abdel Hadi and Telecommunications Minister Tariq Kamel, Egyptian media reported.

Many shouted hostile slogans against Germany and called for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to take a firm stand on the incident. Egypt's grand mufti, Mohammed Sayyed Tantawi, demanded the severest punishment to be issued against Alex A.
Berlin witnessed angry protests on Saturday, when hundreds of Arabs and Muslims demonstrated after a funeral prayer that called her killing an outrageous racist murder against Muslims.
In a phone call with Al Arabiya, Marwa's brother, Tariq Sherbini, said, "Extremism has no religion. My sister was killed simply because she wore the veil. This incident clearly shows that extremism is not limited to one religion or another and it is not exclusively carried out by Muslims."

"We are only asking for a fair punishment," he said, adding that his sister was not a radical. "She was a religious woman who prayed and wore her headscarf, but she was killed because of her belief."
Anger about Sherbini's death smoldered online, as Twitterers and bloggers pushed the cause.
"She is a victim of hatred and racism," tweeted Ghada Essawy, among many other Arab twitters and bloggers. Essawy called Sherbini "the martyr of the veil."
Various videos circulated on YouTube calling on Egypt to take action and urging Germany to address what their makers saw as a new wave of hatred against Arabs and Muslims in its community.
One video showed various pictures of a young happy Marwa saying that "The woman stood up for her rights and she was killed. May God bless her." The English font in the video presentation asked "when will Egypt cares for its citizens' rights inside Egypt and abroad."
Sherbini and her husband moved to Dresden in 2003, after the husband received a grant to study genetic engineering in the renowned Max Planck Institute. He was scheduled to present his Ph.D. thesis in the coming

http://www.cnn.com/2009/WORLD/europe/07/06/egypt.woman.killed/index.html?iref=werecommend

I dunno if this was a moderate christian or a strict follower of Paul, oh sorry "Jesus".
Jihad in the bible occurs often. Especially against women (no joke). So of course he was practicing his religion. Or the holy spirit was making him.