Hi Rashid:  

You announce yourself, "I am a Muslim and future Imam of the local congregation.  We are also known as Muslims or Musslemen (archaic).  We live amongst you here in the Shoals and are growing our numbers.  A Mosque to the Glory of God is in the works my friends!  It shall be located in Florence where our numbers are increasing.  I hope to introduce myself to my brothers here."  

First, let me say, "Welcome to the TimesDaily Religion Forum!"  If you have come to share your faith, we welcome your thoughts and comments.  Most of us will disagree with you.  But, if you come in peace -- we welcome you in peace.

When you say a Mosque to the Glory of God that is not really true.  You mean a Mosque to the Glory of Allah.  There is a world of difference.    

We welcome you -- yet, if you have come to declare, "He that chooses a religion over Islam, it will not be accepted from him and in the world to come he will be one of the lost" (Quran 3:85) -- we could have a problem.  Why?  Because in this, you are saying that Islam is the only acceptable religion.  Now, if you stick to the fact that Islam is a RELIGION, we are okay -- for there are many world  religions -- but, only one Christianity.  

And, if you have come to declare that Jesus Christ is not the preexisting Son of God -- or that Muhammad is, in any way, above Jesus Christ -- that will be a problem.  

Jesus Christ is God Incarnate, eternal, preexisting, and forevermore.   Muhammad was born in 570 AD.   Jesus Christ went about teaching and helping, healing the sick and raising the dead.  Muhammad began his ministry by robbing caravans, killing people to amass the funds to build an army -- to allow him to conquer Mecca.  That is quite a spread between the two.  

The Bible contains all the Old Testament Scripture, Psalms, the four Gospels as well as all the other New Testament books  

The Qur'an omits the Old Testament Scripture, Psalms, the four Gospels.  The Qur'an contains nothing before Muhammad hid away in a cave about 610 AD.  

The Bible speaks of a personal God who is involved in all matters of our Christian lives.  

The Qur'an speaks of a very impersonal god, Allah, who is distant from the daily lives of his followers.  

My Friend, Islam may be one of, or the leading, world religions.  But, there is no salvation in the Qur'an nor in Islam.  

Once again, welcome to the Religion Forum.   Rashid, you may find many brothers and sisters here -- for there are those, in other world religions such as atheism, secularism, etc. --  who would side with Satan himself -- if it will give them a way to denigrate Christianity.  But, my Friend, you will not find many Islamic "brothers" here.  Those I will call brother or sister -- are those who are brothers and sisters in Christ only.  

But, still, we welcome you and pray that you can add dimension to our discussions.  

Let me close by asking you a question.  We continually hear of people who have converted FROM Islam to Christianity -- being put to death.  There is an ongoing case now, I believe, in Iran.   What would YOU do if one of your Islamic followers converted to Christianity?  Would YOU call for his/her death?  

Well, one more last question.  Are you an American who converted to Islam -- or were you born in an Islamic country?  I believe that will affect the previous question I asked you.  

God bless, have a wonderful, blessed day,  

Bill

quote:   Originally Posted by Mohammad Suket Rashid:
The holy Quran is the literal, inerrant word of God passed through Gabriel to Mohammad. There are no mistake except those minunderstood by infidels. Our numbers far exceed those of Christians. A few of our emmisaries will be soon travelling to the Florence area to announce our plan and condut meeting with local authoritis. We will let you know when the time comes so you can come see for yourself.

Hi Rashid,

 

Yet, the Mormons claim their Book of Mormon was given to them by the angel Moroni -- and that it is the only perfect sacred book.  Let me see -- the Qur'an in a cave in the Middle East in 610 AD; the Book of Mormon in a cave in New York in the early 1800s AD.

 

And, the Bible, first books written by Moses -- written by 40 men living in diverse geographic locations, over a period of 1600 years -- and it has a unified message -- the salvation of mankind.

 

What message does the Qur'an have -- convert or kill the infidel! 

 

Most Muslims call for the complete annihilation of Israel.   Is that a religion of peace?

 

Sharia Law calls for any Muslim who converts to Christianity -- to be killed.   Is that a religion of peace?

 

My Friend, I don't think your "religion of peace" is going to find a good reception in the Shoals area.

 

God bless, have a wonderful, blessed day,

 

Bill

Hi Rashid,

 

Like a number of my Forum Friends -- I, too, have my suspicions.   We have one Forum Friend who likes to create many, many different posting names -- for what reason I am not sure.  But, the name

"Mohammad Suket Rashid" sort of rings like one he would create.

 

If you are truly who you say you are, welcome.  If you are our multi-named Friend -- please quit playing games and just join in our discussions like a big boy.

 

God bless, have a wonderful, blessed day,

 

Bill

Originally Posted by renecillo7:

Mo: We warn you! We will unleash Bill upon you and your kind! I actually feel sorry for you.

 

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LOL, and after one of bill's 12 page "posts" moham will be running to volunteer to be a suicide bomber. I don't think it is NSNS. We had a "new" poster at the same time that was "taking on" moham. Read it from the beginning and see what you pick up on.

 

         Bill here I am minding my own business and Low and Behold, here comes Bill.

 

You say,

         Hi Rashid,

“Yet, the Mormons claim their Book of Mormon was given to them by the angel Moroni -- and that it is the only perfect sacred book. Let me see -- the Qur'an in a cave in the Middle East in 610 AD; the Book of Mormon in a cave in New York in the early 1800s.” AD.

 

Well let me Quote Jon Stewart,

 

      “And Moses went up Mount Sinai and got the Ten Commandments from a Burning Bush.” On Stone Tablets to boot.

 

If your going to go at it with Rashid, go for it you infidel. Plus Bill your totally whacked on your Biblical interpretations. No Rain Before Noah? Really?  Once Saved Always Saved?  Nope, wrong again Mr. Bill. Remember I’m minding my own business you infidel.  You can't claim I said anything like you and Beternun like to claim.

Skippy

 

Originally Posted by ReleaseTheElephant:
Originally Posted by INVICTUS:

So moha, you people are still mad at the Jews because of the Ismael thing?

That was just a hospital mishap, could have happened to anyone.

 

Anyway, the courts awarded Agar with a sausage maker and everyone

should be happy.

.

 

 

Quit being an ass Vic! 

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Just a helping hand to soothe things over can't hurt.

 

.

 

Some usual suspects:

1. Unob--he claims total innocence.

2. Deep - it may be a slow day at Madam Ruby's in Pasadena

3. Jimi - maybe he's going for the Cab Calloway look and got his hair gel on too tight. (I doubt it's Jimi; humor in Russellville consists of blowing up outhouses.)

 

The Semi-usual suspects:

1. Ubu-Woobu - He's an outside chance, but if so, the Kitten Fairy will not only be visiting him, she will make sure the little darlings wear orange and blue ribbons.

2. Cage - If he'd concoct Rum Mama, he wouldn't hesitate to do a Muslim.

3. TBG - He does so much better relating his harrowing experiences with hench broads.

 

Outside chances:

1. Michael Rennie - He's taken up residence at Sweetwater and feels lonely with only a werewolf and Bigfoot to talk to.

2. Omar Shariff - He hasn't had a decent acting job in this Century.

3. The entire UNA student body - Classes may have just started back, but they're bored already.

 

 

Just a passing thought...Does anyone really know what Klaatu Barada Nikto really means?

 

Originally Posted by FirenzeVeritas:

 

 humor in Russellville consists of blowing up outhouses.

 

 He's taken up residence at Sweetwater and feels lonely with only a werewolf and Bigfoot to talk to.

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I have Cousins, Aunts, & Uncle's that live in Russellville. They've never blown up an outhouse, & they are not in short supply of humor at all. When's the last time you saw an outhouse in Russellville?

 

Just curious what your problem with Sweetwater is?

 

Originally Posted by FirenzeVeritas:

 

Some usual suspects:

1. Unob--he claims total innocence.

2. Deep - it may be a slow day at Madam Ruby's in Pasadena

3. Jimi - maybe he's going for the Cab Calloway look and got his hair gel on too tight. (I doubt it's Jimi; humor in Russellville consists of blowing up outhouses.)

 

The Semi-usual suspects:

1. Ubu-Woobu - He's an outside chance, but if so, the Kitten Fairy will not only be visiting him, she will make sure the little darlings wear orange and blue ribbons.

2. Cage - If he'd concoct Rum Mama, he wouldn't hesitate to do a Muslim.

3. TBG - He does so much better relating his harrowing experiences with hench broads.

 

Outside chances:

1. Michael Rennie - He's taken up residence at Sweetwater and feels lonely with only a werewolf and Bigfoot to talk to.

2. Omar Shariff - He hasn't had a decent acting job in this Century.

3. The entire UNA student body - Classes may have just started back, but they're bored already.

 

 

Just a passing thought...Does anyone really know what Klaatu Barada Nikto really means?

 

I always guessed it meant:"Go get my body, put in mayonnaise and reanimate me'. No?  LOL

 

BTW, Jimi would not waste the time, Unob would claim innocence anyway and DF is mostly AWOL.

CAGE is a likely suspect.

Originally Posted by semiannualchick:
Originally Posted by FirenzeVeritas:

 

 humor in Russellville consists of blowing up outhouses.

 

 He's taken up residence at Sweetwater and feels lonely with only a werewolf and Bigfoot to talk to.

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I have Cousins, Aunts, & Uncle's that live in Russellville. They've never blown up an outhouse, & they are not in short supply of humor at all. When's the last time you saw an outhouse in Russellville?

 

Just curious what your problem with Sweetwater is?

 

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My Russellville comment was directed at Jimi, whom I've never seen make a humorous remark.

As for Sweetwater, here's one good source: http://ripplesfromsweetwatermansion.blogspot.com/

Here's another from a former committee member: http://shoalscrime.blogspot.co...weetwater-crime.html

Originally Posted by FirenzeVeritas:

 

Some usual suspects:

1. Unob--he claims total innocence.

2. Deep - it may be a slow day at Madam Ruby's in Pasadena

3. Jimi - maybe he's going for the Cab Calloway look and got his hair gel on too tight. (I doubt it's Jimi; humor in Russellville consists of blowing up outhouses.)

 

The Semi-usual suspects:

1. Ubu-Woobu - He's an outside chance, but if so, the Kitten Fairy will not only be visiting him, she will make sure the little darlings wear orange and blue ribbons.

2. Cage - If he'd concoct Rum Mama, he wouldn't hesitate to do a Muslim.

3. TBG - He does so much better relating his harrowing experiences with hench broads.

 

Outside chances:

1. Michael Rennie - He's taken up residence at Sweetwater and feels lonely with only a werewolf and Bigfoot to talk to.

2. Omar Shariff - He hasn't had a decent acting job in this Century.

3. The entire UNA student body - Classes may have just started back, but they're bored already.

 

 

Just a passing thought...Does anyone really know what Klaatu Barada Nikto really means?

 

 

 

I am aghast! You uncouth twiddle! Cages talent is so , that were he to "do" a Muslim, it would be with the correct  accent! 


ps. 

Originally Posted by b50m:
Originally Posted by FirenzeVeritas:

 

Some usual suspects:

1. Unob--he claims total innocence.

2. Deep - it may be a slow day at Madam Ruby's in Pasadena

3. Jimi - maybe he's going for the Cab Calloway look and got his hair gel on too tight. (I doubt it's Jimi; humor in Russellville consists of blowing up outhouses.)

 

The Semi-usual suspects:

1. Ubu-Woobu - He's an outside chance, but if so, the Kitten Fairy will not only be visiting him, she will make sure the little darlings wear orange and blue ribbons.

2. Cage - If he'd concoct Rum Mama, he wouldn't hesitate to do a Muslim.

3. TBG - He does so much better relating his harrowing experiences with hench broads.

 

Outside chances:

1. Michael Rennie - He's taken up residence at Sweetwater and feels lonely with only a werewolf and Bigfoot to talk to.

2. Omar Shariff - He hasn't had a decent acting job in this Century.

3. The entire UNA student body - Classes may have just started back, but they're bored already.

 

 

Just a passing thought...Does anyone really know what Klaatu Barada Nikto really means?

 

I always guessed it meant:"Go get my body, put in mayonnaise and reanimate me'. No?  LOL

 

BTW, Jimi would not waste the time, Unob would claim innocence anyway and DF is mostly AWOL.

CAGE is a likely suspect.

 

 

Sherlock!  Cage would indeed be the type to go out and spend money on 3 computers just to be able to log 3 people at the same time  and torment the faceless phantoms on a world- influencing Forum.

OR!  He could be using ONE computer that's tapped into satellites of NORAD, Comcast, and The Cartoon Network...OR, he may have payed legions of geeks just to log on at the same time...

Yep, I do believe you are right! He thinks his "message" is that important.

Just wait 'till " Glenn" shows up!...Bwahahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!

Originally Posted by b50m:
Originally Posted by FirenzeVeritas:

 

BTW, Jimi would not waste the time, Unob would claim innocence anyway and DF is mostly AWOL.

CAGE is a likely suspect.

 

Thus far, I've been accused of being no less that 3 or 4 people.  Arob, TheAngle and . . . A couple of others so, sure, I'm the most likely suspect by default.  Foiled again!

Rashid, just two questions for you if you don't mind.

 

First, if I were to turn right out of the parking lot of the current Islamic Center, what would be the first intersection I would come to?

 

Second, Jesus stated that he was sent from the Father. He forgave sins and was honored as God. The Quaran claims that He is not divine, but just a prophet. If He was just a prophet, wouldn't his actions be blasphemous?

Originally Posted by Unobtanium:
 

Thus far, I've been accused of being no less that 3 or 4 people.  Arob, TheAngle and . . . A couple of others so, sure, I'm the most likely suspect by default.  Foiled again!

But you make such a good suspect!!    LOL 

I don't know how anyone confused you with Nagel.  Fish maybe? 

 

Doesn't matter.  I think that if Mo was real, he would at least know the basics of his own faith.

While the post is made in jest, I assume, this wonderful religion of Mohammed, who today would be considered a pedophile, allowed men to control at least four woman at a time, divorce easily, and to enter into temp marriages with prostitutes if it suited their purposes. Those women who claim Islam is liberating have the proverbial screw loose.

 

Women in Saudi Arabia today cannot drive...and this is a relatively modern country. Alleged adulteresses are stoned and those who are raped are punished for the crimes of their attackers. There is so much wrong with Islam that it would take every Redwood tree in California to produce enough paper to publish it.

 

Say what you will about Christianity, but it does separate the State from the Home and the Church. Women have as much freedom in business and government as the glass ceiling will allow. They may turn into Hillary Clinton, but everything in life is a trade off.

Originally Posted by b50m:
Originally Posted by Unobtanium:
 

Thus far, I've been accused of being no less that 3 or 4 people.  Arob, TheAngle and . . . A couple of others so, sure, I'm the most likely suspect by default.  Foiled again!

But you make such a good suspect!!    LOL 

I don't know how anyone confused you with Nagel.  Fish maybe? 

 

Doesn't matter.  I think that if Mo was real, he would at least know the basics of his own faith.

 

I'm a bit umm, scared to take this person on so I am refraining from responding but he proabbly woun't mind if I defended his faith.

 

I see nothing posted by him so far that indicated an ignorance of his supposed faith.  From what I can tell, he is right on the money with their doctrines.  So what basics does he have wrong?

Originally Posted by FirenzeVeritas:

Women in Saudi Arabia today cannot drive...and this is a relatively modern country. Alleged adulteresses are stoned and those who are raped are punished for the crimes of their attackers. There is so much wrong with Islam that it would take every Redwood tree in California to produce enough paper to publish it.

 

 

 

Fire, we are only a few years removed from the same kinds of laws against women.  The Christian faith still insists that women be submissive to their man - I give you Michell Bachman's comments that have been in the news.  It may be argued that the Islamic faith is a bit less evolved than the Christian religion here in the US but we see plenty of evidence of the second class status of Christian women in many parets of the world.  

 

I propose to you that the subjugation of women is more biblically correct that all this equality nonsense.

Originally Posted by NashBama:

 

Second, Jesus stated that he was sent from the Father. He forgave sins and was honored as God. The Quaran claims that He is not divine, but just a prophet. If He was just a prophet, wouldn't his actions be blasphemous?

 

Nash, the Jewish faith claims the same thing.  You tell me: Are they blasphemous?

Originally Posted by Unobtanium:
Originally Posted by b50m:
Originally Posted by Unobtanium:
 

Thus far, I've been accused of being no less that 3 or 4 people.  Arob, TheAngle and . . . A couple of others so, sure, I'm the most likely suspect by default.  Foiled again!

But you make such a good suspect!!    LOL 

I don't know how anyone confused you with Nagel.  Fish maybe? 

 

Doesn't matter.  I think that if Mo was real, he would at least know the basics of his own faith.

 

I'm a bit umm, scared to take this person on so I am refraining from responding but he proabbly woun't mind if I defended his faith.

 

I see nothing posted by him so far that indicated an ignorance of his supposed faith.  From what I can tell, he is right on the money with their doctrines.  So what basics does he have wrong?


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Unoi, in your case I agree you need to just take your chikn’ **** self on out of the religious forum.

Ole Mo did threaten you with “GRAVE” consequences.

That in it’s self is grounds to report MO to Homeland Security for what I see as a terrorist threat. ……..if it’s one of us I suggest MO better move on too and quit posting.

Otherwise I’ll report it myself.

Originally Posted by Mohammad Suket Rashid:

.Forgive my spelling. English is not my first language. Yes I currenltly reside in  Murfreesboro but have only been here for weeks and I think you for the correction.

   Islam is a religion of peace. We want only for man to come to realse the one True religion.  Our holy book commands certain punishments be served upon the infidels just as your holy book does.  Was it not God of the Bible that said to run the enemies of God through with a sword?
  Your bible says, "Anyone arrogant enough to reject the verdict of the judge or of the priest who  represents the LORD your God must be put to death. Such evil must be purged from  Israel." from the book of Deuteronomy which shares much truth with the hoyl Quran.
   We are true to our Holy book.  Are you not?

XXXXX

 

Mo,

You can put up all the propaganda you want to about your "religion of peace."  But what I would like you to do is to answer the question I submited to you above.  You have obviously been avoiding it,  Therefore, I will repeat it here for your encouragement.  Show some backbone, Mo, and stirr up your Islamic courage, if you have any, and forthrightly address this question.  Here it is again:

 

When some Muslim radical enters a marketplace where all kinds of people are present, that terrorist can not possibly know which of those present is a faithful and devout Muslim and which are not.  He just detonates himself and blows up everyone within the deadly reach of the explosion and the shrapnel that he has layered upon his Muslim body.  Undoubtedly, some of the victims of these numerous attacks in the Middle East have been faithful and devout Muslims.  Was it Allah's will that these people perish and that their families be bereaved,. seeing that they are indeed innocent of anything other than being in the wrong place at the wrong time?  None of these innocent victims attacked this terrorist or his family; thus they do not fit your rationale of "the right to attack those who attack us."

 

Now, be honest with us, Mo.  Tell us how the killing of innocent men, women and children by these suicide bombers can be consistent with the Islam that you believe in and practice?

What say you , Mo? How does this kind of behavior square with your description of a "religion of peace"?

Originally Posted by Contendah:
 

What say you , Mo? How does this kind of behavior square with your description of a "religion of peace"?

 

Are you sure you want to pull that thread, Contendah?

Shall I point out specific versus of the bible that blatantly justify the killing (or worse) of people who do not believe as you do?   Do you REALLY assert that Christianity is a much more peaceful religion than Islam?  Do I need to point you to the murder of an abortion doctor? The bombing of Olympic Park?  The Inquisition? Witch hunts?  The KKK? Adolph Hitler?

 

Shall I examine the beam in your eye while you dissect the splinter in Mo's? 

Originally Posted by Unobtanium:
I'm a bit umm, scared to take this person on so I am refraining from responding but he proabbly woun't mind if I defended his faith.

 

I see nothing posted by him so far that indicated an ignorance of his supposed faith.  From what I can tell, he is right on the money with their doctrines.  So what basics does he have wrong?

 

What caught my attention was saying that the two main sects of Islam is Shiite and Sunni.

It's Shi'a and Sunni. Just didn't sound right. I also doubt that anyone of the Muslim faith would post in this forum from Tenn.

Originally Posted by b50m:
What caught my attention was saying that the two main sects of Islam is Shiite and Sunni.

It's Shi'a and Sunni. Just didn't sound right.

 

Hmm. I never heard about "Shi'a" on the news but we hear about the Shiites all the time.  I'm guessing Shi'a and ****te are one in the same?  . . . . Hold a sec, let me consult the oracle: . . . .

 

... It appears there are 150 sects of Islam but the two main ones are Shiite or Sunni so Mo is correct. It's a little difficult to tell if "shiite" and "Shi'as" are interchangeable but my googleing suggests that Shiite is proper. And so is "Shi'a."  Perhaps a "shiite" is a follower of "Shi'a" just as I see mentioned of "Sunni's" being followers of "Sunnite."  

 

They appear to like each other about as much as Baptists like Catholics.

 

Sources: http://hnn.us/articles/934.html and http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/cults/shia.htm 

Originally Posted by Unobtanium:
Originally Posted by NashBama:

 

Second, Jesus stated that he was sent from the Father. He forgave sins and was honored as God. The Quaran claims that He is not divine, but just a prophet. If He was just a prophet, wouldn't his actions be blasphemous?

 

Nash, the Jewish faith claims the same thing.  You tell me: Are they blasphemous?

No, it's apples & oranges.

 

Jews are waiting for the Messiah, Christians believe He's already come and fulfilled His duty. Not blasphemous to me, you'll have to ask someone Jewish about their side.

 

For Muslims, if Jesus claimed to be the Son of God or divine, it's shirk. That's why your question to me doesn't work, shirk is a Islamic concept. So either Jesus is who he claimed to be, which is shirk, or He's not which means He lied.

 

My question for Rashid is to clarify which one is true. Is He divine or did He lie?

Originally Posted by NashBama:
Originally Posted by Unobtanium:
Originally Posted by NashBama:

 

 The Quaran claims that (Jesus)  is not divine, but just a prophet. If He was just a prophet, wouldn't his actions be blasphemous?

 

Nash, the Jewish faith claims the same thing.  You tell me: Are they blasphemous?

No, it's apples & oranges.

 

Jews are waiting for the Messiah, Christians believe He's already come and fulfilled His duty. Not blasphemous to me.

 

No Nash.  It is EXACTLY the same thing.  The Jews (well, many/most of them) believed Jesus existed but was just a man, too. Some say perhaps he was a prophet.  Exactly like Islam.

 

So according to you, the following would have to be considered blasphemous: 

 

http://www.jewfaq.org/mashiach.htm 

"What About Jesus?

Jews do not believe that Jesus was the mashiach. Assuming that he existed, and assuming that the Christian scriptures are accurate in describing him (both matters that are debatable), he simply did not fulfill the mission of the mashiach as it is described in the biblical passages cited above. Jesus did not do any of the things that the scriptures said the messiah would do."

 

Originally Posted by Unobtanium:
 

 

 

http://www.jewfaq.org/mashiach.htm 

"What About Jesus?

Jews do not believe that Jesus was the mashiach. Assuming that he existed, and assuming that the Christian scriptures are accurate in describing him (both matters that are debatable), he simply did not fulfill the mission of the mashiach as it is described in the biblical passages cited above. Jesus did not do any of the things that the scriptures said the messiah would do."

 

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Thats OK, don't worry about it. You don't know the difference between

a Bible and a cook book.

 

Iv

Originally Posted by Unobtanium:
Originally Posted by NashBama:
Originally Posted by Unobtanium:
Originally Posted by NashBama:

 

 The Quaran claims that (Jesus)  is not divine, but just a prophet. If He was just a prophet, wouldn't his actions be blasphemous?

 

Nash, the Jewish faith claims the same thing.  You tell me: Are they blasphemous?

No, it's apples & oranges.

 

Jews are waiting for the Messiah, Christians believe He's already come and fulfilled His duty. Not blasphemous to me.

 

No Nash.  It is EXACTLY the same thing.  The Jews (well, many/most of them) believed Jesus existed but was just a man, too. Some say perhaps he was a prophet.  Exactly like Islam.

 

So according to you, the following would have to be considered blasphemous: 

 

http://www.jewfaq.org/mashiach.htm 

"What About Jesus?

Jews do not believe that Jesus was the mashiach. Assuming that he existed, and assuming that the Christian scriptures are accurate in describing him (both matters that are debatable), he simply did not fulfill the mission of the mashiach as it is described in the biblical passages cited above. Jesus did not do any of the things that the scriptures said the messiah would do."

 

You're missing it.

 

Look up "shirk".

 

The question is for Rashid to answer. Since you don't believe in any god, then blasphemy does not exist. Therefore, it doesn't matter whether I think it is or isn't. You're kind of left out on this one, so sit back and let's see how Rashid responds.

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