God will burn them if they burn His book


eanassir
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God will burn them if they burn His book

I don't know how this will be: hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, internal wars, epidemics ...etc.

This is because they pretend not agreeing about burning the book of the Quran, while they in fact do not prevent such men from committing their transgression on the book of God: the Glorious Quran.

If some persons intend to burn the Gospel, will Muslims allow this in their countries? No, of course; because Muslims believe in the Torah and the Gospel as do they believe in the Quran.

Therefore, if the American government is truly against this act of this clergy, then they have to prevent him or else they will share in the wrath of God that they will incur.

The Quran is the book of God and He Himself will defend His book.

The Ten Commandments In The Quran (external - login to view)
 
Colpy
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Quote: Originally Posted by eanassirView Post

God will burn them if they burn His book

I don't know how this will be: hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, internal wars, epidemics ...etc.

This is because they pretend not agreeing about burning the book of the Quran, while they in fact do not prevent such men from committing their transgression on the book of God: the Glorious Quran.

If some persons intend to burn the Gospel, will Muslims allow this in their countries? No, of course; because Muslims believe in the Torah and the Gospel as do they believe in the Quran.

Therefore, if the American government is truly against this act of this clergy, then they have to prevent him or else they will share in the wrath of God that they will incur.

The Quran is the book of God and He Himself will defend His book.

The Ten Commandments In The Quran (external - login to view)

Oh Gimme a break!

First of all, what you and most other Muslims do not understand is the concept of freedom.

These guys, nutty and provocative as it is, have every right to express themselves by burning whatever damned book they please.

If you, or any other Muslim has a problem with that, might I suggest you pluck the log from your own eye first........I will listen to your whinning and BS when there is a Bible store in Mecca.

I won't hold my breath.
 
Ron in Regina
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Is this Thread....the same as this Thread (?): forums.canadiancontent.net/ne...-soldiers.html (external - login to view)
 
DurkaDurka
#4
Wow, you religious freaks need to get a new hobby. I think burning the Quran is backwards and irresponsible but don't come around preaching, you come from one of the most *** backward regions in the world.
 
Ron in Regina
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If Moslems are respectful & tolerant of other faiths, enough so as to not
desecrate their Holy books, etc.....then they too should be respected &
tolerated in turn, and not have their Holy books desecrated in this
manner.
 
DurkaDurka
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#6
I think I'm going to go play with my Mohammed bobble head, he's a hoot. He smokes, drinks... a real partier.
 
earth_as_one
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Hi E,

I'm a fence sitting agnostic.
Agnostic | Define Agnostic at Dictionary.com (external - login to view)

I'm skeptical that God will punish these people or America's leaders if they refuse to prevent this intolerant act, since I'm skeptical of God's existence.

I'm against disrespecting any religion, including Islam, therefore I'm also against burning the Quran as well as any object any religion considers sacred.

Predicting a catastrophe will hit the US in the near future is a pretty safe bet, especially during the hurricane season. I'd say that proves nothing.

However, if none of the catastrophes you describe occurs in the near future in the US during this event, then how would that affect your belief system?
 
DaSleeper
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Hey they started it three years ago

Christians in Gaza Fear for Their Lives as Muslims Burn Bibles and Destroy Crosses - Associated Content - associatedcontent.com (external - login to view)
 
Dexter Sinister
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Quote: Originally Posted by eanassirView Post

I don't know how this will be: hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, internal wars, epidemics ...etc.

Try to think clearly for once. Wouldn't it make more sense for god to burn just the people responsible for burning the Quran, instead of visiting destruction on a whole lot of people who had nothing to do with it and probably didn't even know it was happening? But god's reportedly been over-reacting like that since Old Testament times, I'm not surprised you'd expect him to continue. I predict god will do nothing, natural disasters will continue to happen and you'll identify some of them as being god's wrath over this, but the people who actually set the fire will be untouched by them. That seems fair...
 
DurkaDurka
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Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

Hey they started it three years ago

Christians in Gaza Fear for Their Lives as Muslims Burn Bibles and Destroy Crosses - Associated Content - associatedcontent.com (external - login to view)

No equality in the business of burning holy books these days.

I didn't recall anyone in Canada or the US screaming in the streets like possessed fools when that happened. I guess we are more civilized and tolerant.
 
Ron in Regina
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Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

Hey they started it three years ago

Christians in Gaza Fear for Their Lives as Muslims Burn Bibles and Destroy Crosses - Associated Content - associatedcontent.com (external - login to view)


I honestly wasn't aware of this back at post #5. Maybe (benifit of doubt)
the person who posted the O.P. wasn't aware of this either...
 
DaSleeper
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Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in ReginaView Post

I honestly wasn't aware of this back at post #5. Maybe (benifit of doubt)
the person who posted the O.P. wasn't aware of this either...

Google is your friend
 
lone wolf
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Just out of curiosity, how many American flags have been burned all over that particular end of the world?
 
Avro
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Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

Oh Gimme a break!

First of all, what you and most other Muslims do not understand is the concept of freedom.

These guys, nutty and provocative as it is, have every right to express themselves by burning whatever damned book they please.

If you, or any other Muslim has a problem with that, might I suggest you pluck the log from your own eye first........I will listen to your whinning and BS when there is a Bible store in Mecca.

I won't hold my breath.

What does a bible store have to do with this?

Is there a Quran store in the Vatican?

I agree with the rest of what you said though.
 
shadowshiv
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I don't agree with book-burning as it doesn't really solve anything in the end, and will just exasperate the situation. Does anyone not think that if the books end up getting burned that there won't be a sudden burst of violence?

Blaming a book on the actions of some of the people who follow it's tenets is like blaming the car driven by a drunk driver that is involved in a fatal accident. Neither the book or car were responsible for the violent acts, but the actions of the people involved were.

Books have been burned many times throughout the centuries, and never for noble purposes. The Nazis performed a huge burning of books in 1933, an "Action against the Un-German spirit". There doesn't seem to be a huge difference in this upcoming incident either.

All I know is that things are more than likely going to turn ugly in a few days' time.
 
Goober
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Quote: Originally Posted by eanassirView Post

God will burn them if they burn His book

I don't know how this will be: hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, internal wars, epidemics ...etc.

This is because they pretend not agreeing about burning the book of the Quran, while they in fact do not prevent such men from committing their transgression on the book of God: the Glorious Quran.

If some persons intend to burn the Gospel, will Muslims allow this in their countries? No, of course; because Muslims believe in the Torah and the Gospel as do they believe in the Quran.

Therefore, if the American government is truly against this act of this clergy, then they have to prevent him or else they will share in the wrath of God that they will incur.

The Quran is the book of God and He Himself will defend His book.

The Ten Commandments In The Quran (external - login to view)

Eanassir
Hurricanes or massive Tropical Storms in Florida - Never gonna happen - or if it does, well we know why now don't we.
We are blaming you and Allah.
 
damngrumpy
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Let us not be hasty here remember that other freak, Pat Robertson? He is the Christian version of the insane Muslim crowd. I prefer to think back on the
liner notes of the old album Aqualung, Man created God in his own image.
I can't remember all of it but I have the LP downstairs if anyone is really interested.
God will do nothing, just like he has done nothing in the past.
Here is another question I wondered about. How come even for insurance purposes
all Acts Of God are violent acts. I mean does God not preach peace and that sort of
thing. Another question, why is it that the religious faithful of various sects, preach
threats when the masses see through their bull. Oh God is going to get you.
Religion is becoming little more than a perverse comedy, but I guess those folks in
the third world having nothing else to hang onto. I don't hear them complain when
God sends them an earthquake and we the infidels send them food shelter and clothing. We have more we get more, and they have nothing, who's side did you
say God was on again.
 
Cliffy
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Actually, " Man created God in his own image" was originally written by Mark Twain over a hundred years ago. Very astute man.
 
Kreskin
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Quote: Originally Posted by eanassirView Post

God will burn them if they burn His book

I don't know how this will be: hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, internal wars, epidemics ...etc.

This is because they pretend not agreeing about burning the book of the Quran, while they in fact do not prevent such men from committing their transgression on the book of God: the Glorious Quran.

If some persons intend to burn the Gospel, will Muslims allow this in their countries? No, of course; because Muslims believe in the Torah and the Gospel as do they believe in the Quran.

Therefore, if the American government is truly against this act of this clergy, then they have to prevent him or else they will share in the wrath of God that they will incur.

The Quran is the book of God and He Himself will defend His book.

The Ten Commandments In The Quran (external - login to view)

This guy is proving how violent and dangerous your religion is.
 
damngrumpy
#20
Personally I don't think the Muslims understand a thing about democracy. They
cannot prevent the idiot from burning a book. Democracy has a separation of
church and state, thank God, (oh I digress). We have a right to make fun of God,
after all he is one of the boys, I mean in the same image and all that right.
I cannot understand how people can lump themselves into a time several
centuries ago and refuse to see beyond that and the Muslims are not alone.
Many things were related to people through symbolism because most of them
couldn't read. All religions liked that idea, instead of reading for ones self,
the clergy would say Let me tell you a story. Understand God has probably
moved on himself, who the hell would want to save the collection we have become.
 
Cliffy
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Terry Jones Defies Administration, Plans to Burn Korans Anyway

Terry Jones Defies Administration, Plan to Burn Korans Anyway - ABC News (external - login to view)

Religious fanatics are everywhere, in all religions.
 
earth_as_one
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Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

... I don't hear them complain when
God sends them an earthquake and we the infidels send them food shelter and clothing. We have more we get more, and they have nothing, who's side did you
say God was on again.

These people, must have done something to make God angry.
2010 Pakistan floods - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (external - login to view)

For the record, this infidel gave $150 to Doctors Without Borders to help with the Pakistan flood. I expect that most of the people receiving international aid are devout Muslims.

If God was angry at these people, then it would make sense that my act of charity defies God's will. I hope my charity won't get me in trouble from God.
 
damngrumpy
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How come in the United States they can't send financial aid to Cuba to assist their
relatives. At the same time the US government and its citizens send billions to help
Pakistan and other Muslim countries where insurgents are killing their children and
fighting everything we stand for. Is that not giving aid and comfort to the enemy?
Now I am sure God will get you for that.
 
mentalfloss
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Let's make a deal. If God doesn't burn them after they burn the book, you leave the forum.
 
Just the Facts
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#25
What if they burn them a few blocks away from where they're planning to burn them now? Would that be OK?
 
Kreskin
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This is a test for Islam. It will eventually share in the wrath of western jihad if it doesn't put a lid on radicals.
 
earth_as_one
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Quote: Originally Posted by mentalflossView Post

Let's make a deal. If God doesn't burn them after they burn the book, you leave the forum.

I know you are kidding. I was trying to think of a wager of some sort too. I think Islam forbids gambling.

I like having eanassir around. He has an extremely unique viewpoint relative to all the regulars on this forum. Sure he's righteous and has a rather extreme viewpoint IMO, but he is also polite, respectful and as far as I know, he respects forum rules.

He reminds me of my religious Aunt. I haven't seen her in years. She used to call me a sinner and said I was destined to burn in hell. Other than that, she was kind, charitable and made great cookies. We got along fine. She prayed for my redemption and I hoped that the vein popping out on her forehead when she got all riled up wouldn't lead to an aneurysm.
 
Goober
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Quote: Originally Posted by KreskinView Post

This is a test for Islam. It will eventually share in the wrath of western jihad if it doesn't put a lid on radicals.

Something to consider and I myself have been guilty of it. And we are lacking tolerance

Has he threatened anyone

Has he stated that others will punish you - Not God

Has he wished that other would injure or maim you

Then why are we making him out to be a stooge when all he is doing is professing his beliefs - in a peacefully manner.

Now stating that bringing down gods wrath upon you is not a threat.

Just something to consider.
 
Kreskin
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Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Something to consider and I myself have been guilty of it. And we are lacking tolerance

Has he threatened anyone

Has he stated that others will punish you - Not God

Has he wished that other would injure or maim you

Then why are we making him out to be a stooge when all he is doing is professing his beliefs - in a peacefully manner.

Now stating that bringing down gods wrath upon you is not a threat.

Just something to consider.

I'm almost entirely out of tolerance. Now I'm fed up.

The priest has had over 100 death threats from Islamic nutbars. I say bring it on, lets drop the gloves and get the show on the road.
 
earth_as_one
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I support finding out who has threatened this preacher and holding those individuals accountable for their actions. I'm not willing to punish a single law abiding Muslim for the actions of another Muslim. I will defend their rights the same as I will defend the rights of any other law abiding citizen.
 

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