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Difference between Jesus and Muhammad (pbut)

Difference between Jesus and Muhammad (pbut)

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Memri TV Exposed

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HOw many times have you seen videos where muslim woman or a man saying islam is false religion ,islam treats women in bad way ? Continue reading

The Greatest Commandment [Textual Comparison – I]

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Nigerian Christians Kill and Eat Muslims

Nigerian Christians Kill and Eat Muslims

Highlight: BBC reporter, Rob Walker witnesses Christian cannibalism {Audio link below}
At a point as the flesh is being roasted, someone says in Hausa language “…ni zuciyan na ke so…” meaning: “I want the heart”, while another person goes further to ask “…ka sa gishiri?” meaning: “…did you put some salt”?

You will Not see this news on any other news media! That is why we are your News Rescue!

September 29th, 2011

Birom Christians roasting their victims to eat NewsRescue- Jos, is one of the greatest epicenters of Muslim-Christian hate and intolerance in Nigeria.
Roughly torn between Muslims and Christians, it is at the epicenter of sectarian violence.

North Nigeria as a whole is stricken with some of the highest poverty levels in the world. With a 70-89% poverty level, this region compares with countries like Somalia, Eritrea and Bangladesh, while in contrast, South Nigeria, responsible for 90% of Nigeria’s bank deposits and loans, compares economically to countries like China and Korea. Due to the poverty prevalence figures, Nigeria’s former Central bank governor, Professor Soludo rightly concluded that the nation’s “very high level of poverty is essentially a Northern Phenomenon”

Related: NewsRescuePoverty in the North – A “Mayday” Call

Birom Christian youth burn cars and eat Muslims {NaijaPals}

It is well known that poverty, ignorance and disease are a dangerous triad. This deadly ignorance was again demonstrated on the 28th of August; Birom (Berom) Christians were recorded in this video, eating Muslims they had killed and roasted. The event occurred when Christians surrounded Muslims observing their Eid annual holy devotion. Due to a miscommunication with the police, there was no usual requested security at the venue, a necessity in polar Jos. Christian youth surrounded the praying Muslims, burned their cars, pelted them and then killed, roasted and ate some.

Follow this link for gruesome pictures we can not post on this site: NaijaPals.com-Christians Massacre Muslims on Sallah Day (Graphic pictures, please!)

Zainab Usman, translating the video said:

At a point as the flesh is being roasted, someone says in Hausa language “…ni zuciyan na ke so…” meaning: “I want the heart”, while another person goes further to ask “…ka sa gishiri?” meaning: “…did you put some salt”? The large crowd’s visible complicity and excitement as they eagerly anticipate their cannibalistic feast marks a descent in our collective sense of humanity in Nigeria. What I find most ironic is that these butchers and party are communicating in Hausa language, the language of their slain “enemy” or rather, their “meal” and not their own native berom language. The presence of a police vehicle in the area where the “feasting” and cannibalism on slaughtered Muslims is taking place raises questions. The police should be protecting people, maintaining law and order and stopping any criminal activity from taking place, shouldn’t they? Of course as the video shows, this is not the case.

BBC reports also earlier in April about the cannibalism, sectarian violence and segregation in Jos; at 11 minutes, BBC’s Rob Walker witnesses roasted Muslims being eaten {Audio link- click here}. Transcript of this audio is appended below.

Not a single prosecution!BBC

There is no record of a single successful prosecution related to these heinous crimes. This impunity for acts of violence helps explain why the cycle of revenge and counter-revenge has continued.

Ethnic violence is apparently not a crime in Nigeria. In fact, in this video, the police are seen literally being part of the Sapien flesh festival.

Related: NewsRescue- The Solution for Boko; Also- Solution to Nigeria riots

Social welfare system, the simple solution

Essentially in all industrialized nations, and a fundamental principle of existence, preached by the prophet of Islam and observed from the life of Jesus, is the social welfare system. Societies must provide for its citizens who do not have jobs and the ability or know-how to feed themselves. Men are not made equal in capacity. The wealthy must be taxed to feed the poor, and then there is natural resource. With the level of wealth of Nigeria, a world major oil exporter, a method of social identity and a comprehensive welfare system should have long been in place. Yes, just food money. In the US it is called ‘food stamps’. Stop the food stamps and there will be terrorism and anarchy.

Related: NewsRescue, 01/11/2012- Boko Haram terror group leader speaks on youtube

The fight for land between farmers and cattle-rearers – with increased urbanization, fuels sectarian crises. Government needs address grazing issues. Politicians also create and sponsor inter-cultural violence and terror to control wards. Do-or-kill politics is a serious issue in Africa. Related: Democracy Fails Africa

There must also be accountability and culpability for criminality, with an effective, efficient and respectable security system. These issues must be addressed by the government, however Nigeria’s government is so entrenched in corruption and the personal usurping of Nigeria’s wealth, that they have left conditions beyond words.

BBC broadcast transcript-

At 12 minutes, several of them clearly admitted to eating (chopping) the pieces of roasted human flesh he saw with them that they brought home to the Christian sector. They were very happy and glad in their expression. Certainly cannibalistic.

Rob: This is the christian community here, and there is a very large group of people gathered….that is the army firing in the air, stones are being thrown, rocks are being thrown. Crowd is now dispersing rapidly. Rob: What about this body here, who is this body here?

Christian 1.Yah, This is Muslim body….people that brought the bomb?
Rob: So you are saying this body which is being burned is People that brought the bomb?
Christian 1: Yah, yah, that is the body.
Rob: But there is no legs or arm or head…
Christian 1: We are chopping the meat, we are chopping the meat!
Christian Lady: some eat
Christian 2: And some…eat it
Christian Lady: And some of it eat
Christian 1: We eat it
Christian 3: We eat the meat!
Rob: Some of the people here eat it?
Christian 1: Yes
Christian 2: Really, really!
Rob: But why will you do that, why will you eat the meat

Christian 1: Why will we not chop the meat?

Christian 1: We need to fight them
Christian 2: Why won’t we chop it
Christian 3: That’s why we chop it.
Rob: There is a man now with a part of the body on a stake, he raised it up. Will there be peace now?

….Christians:…..the Hausa doesn’t want peace…we want the soldier to go, we need peace, Rob: but the soldiers protect…. Christians: the soldiers should go let the battle be once and forever…..

Rob: Reports of isolated cases like this of Christian youth burning and eating the flesh of their enemies emerged in in Jos 3 months ago. Some residents say it is a means of humiliating opponents. Others say it is a way of binding together those involved in the violence. Whatever the case it gives you some idea of the extremes of the violence here. The police say they weren’t sure who the target of the bomb attack. What is sure is if it wasn’t for the heavy presence of the Nigerian army, the violence will be much worse here.

Finally he goes to a noble community in Jos where Muslims and Christians live in peace, cooperate and protect each other, and they explain that the prevalence of violence and rioting in other areas is likely politically motivated by politicians who live in secure, rich areas and set up these ignorance and poverty clashes. They said it may be Christians pretending to be Muslims bombing Christians and likewise Muslims pretending to be Christians bombing Muslims, all as agents of wicked politicians, acting under the umbrella of religion and taking advantage of the poverty in the region..  …The politicians push out opponents in their area for instance with these attacks, so they can win elections.

A resident of Shen in Jos, an area rift with violence, Dogo Yahya commented: Jesus recommended turning the other cheek, and the Muslim Quran says- whoever takes an innocent life, it’s as though has killed the entire human race, and whoever saves a life, it’s comparable to saving the entire world. These people who do these on both sides are neither Muslims, nor Christians! They…. workers of iniquity!

Nigerians should compete in doing good

The Muslim Quran, in chapter 5:48 says what means:

To each of you We prescribed a law and a method. Had Allah(The Lord) willed, He would have made you one nation [united in religion], but [He intended] to test you in what He has given you; so Vie, then with one another in doing good works. To Allah is your return all together, and He will [then] inform you concerning that over which you used to differ.

The Christian Bible also clearly encourages peace, tolerance and forgiveness. We at NewsRescue encourage Nigerians to embrace a war of righteousness with weapons of peace, love and compassion.

Related: NewsRescue- The End of Boko Haram

More video:

This first clip shows the hundreds of vehicles of the Muslims who went to observe Sallah prayers, burned by Christian youths.

The links below are short video clips recorded by Christian Youths in Jos, Nigeria after they had killed, roasted and chopped the Hausa-Fulani Muslims during their prayer session at an Eid Praying ground on the 29th of August 2011.

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Honor killing was Inspired from Bible….

Honor Killings in the Bible

 

Many Christians are often fond of accusing Muslims of committing several honor killings in the name of Islam; they then use this line of argument as a reason to discredit Islam in their eyes. In this article we shall once again turn the table on the Christian showing that honor killings can be found in the Bible, and that the Bible is for honor killings! Hence by their own criteria, Christians will have to abandon their own book.

Let us now see the honor killings in the Bible:

Lev 21:9  And the daughter of any priest, if she profane herself by playing the whore, she profaneth her father: she shall be burnt with fire.

 

 

So note, if the priests daughter commits a bad sexual act, she is to be burned because of her fathers reputation, because it is against his honor. What will Christian say now? This is one example of honor killing in the Bible, in fact the act is ordered by the Bible itself.

And he that curseth his father, or his mother, shall surely be put to death. (Exodus 21:17)”

For every one that curseth his father or his mother shall be surely put to death: he hath cursed his father or his mother; his blood shall be upon him. (Leviticus 20:9)”

 

So here the children are put to death for insulting their parents,

this is another example of honor killings,

the children are put to death for dis-honoring their very own parents and the punishment is death.

So we have seen 3 examples of honor killings in the Bible, so since Christians always have a problem with honor killings and say Islam is wrong because of some Muslims who commit this act, then the Bible is also wrong for allowing honor killings which also makes their own God wrong, and if God is wrong then he cant God because God is always correct. Either way the Christian is in a bad dilemma.

Quranic Description of Mary Virginal Conception

Quranic Description of Mary Virginal Conception

Sam the greatest liar of 21century is accusing Quran to describe the miraculous conception of Jesus in a very graphic way. His accusation can be divide into following categories.

1- Quran uses the term ‘farj’ which is a person’s private [here Mary’s vagina] part in the context of conception of Jesus.

2- The conception of Jesus (peace be upon him) in the Quran, as described by the Tafasir is gross and abusive.

3- To whom the Quran refer in 66:12 as ‘he’.

Before I start, I want to inform the readers that when I am going to use the word ‘God’ to refer to ‘Allah’ and ‘Yaweh’for the God of the Bible.

Refutation of Allegation #1:

Sam claims that Quran uses the word ‘farj’ to mean Mary’s vagina and he furthur twisted the translations alleges that Allah breathed into Mary’s vagina through angel Gabriel. He quoted the verses of the Quran which talks about how Maryam (A.S) got pregnant. He quoted Surah 21:90-91,66:12 regarding the verses of Maryam’s conception of Jesus (A.S). To further cement his claim he also quoted 24:30-31 and 23:125 to mean ‘farj’ as private parts. For the sake of brevity, I would quote only 21:90-91 which talks about the conception of Jesus.

The verse says:

????????? ?????????? ????????? ??????????? ?????? ??? ????????? ?????????????? ?????????? ????? ???????????????

And [mention] the one who guarded her chastity, so We blew into her [garment] through Our angel [Gabriel], and We made her and her son a sign for the worlds.

Farj – used as an honour:

None of the translators uses the word vagina while translating the word farj which is confirmed here . About the other verses, they are also translated as chastity not private parts , proof here .

The angel breathed into the garment of Maryam (A.S) not in her vagina.

So doesn’t farj means a person’s private area?

Yes it does! But only when it is referring to private parts like in one of the Hadith (Sunan of Abu Dawud, Book 11, Number 2126). Arabs sometimes refer to farj in the context of chastity or honor. A narration below is one of the few examples.

A Shiite Muslim, Al-Kulayni (d. 329 A.H.) records;

?? ??? ??????? (?) ?? ????? ?? ????? ????: ?? ??? ??? ??????

It is narrated from Abu Abdullah –on his be peace- he said about the marriage of Umm Kulthum. So he said: “That this was the honor (farj) that was coerced from us” (al-Kafi 5/494 Narration no. 9536. Al-Majlisi has accepted it as authentic)

Now here Abu Abdullah (i.e. Hassain bin Ali) is talking about his sister Umm Kulthum and it needs no elaboration that a brother –who is a learned imam- would refer to his sister as ‘honor’ and will never refer to her privacy even in his imagination, let alone mention it to others.

Farj- used as an opening [here of the garment]:

Commentators use the word farj here as a narrow opening of Maryam’s garment [not vagina since every garment has opening and it makes more sense] not vagina because the word for vagina is ‘mahbil’, if angel blew into the Maryam’s vagina the word ‘mahbil’ would have been used but that’s not the case, use of the word farj has opened the gates of two meanings. According To Lane’s lexicon ‘farj’ also means an opening.

It is unanimously agreed by commentators that the term ‘farj’ here means ‘the narrow opening of Maryam’s garment’. Some of the examples include:

1. Al-Tabari (d. 310 A.H.) states, “It is the opening of her garment.” (Tafsir al-Tabari, 23/500).

2. Al-Qurtubi (d. 671 A.H.) says it refers her garment and not her private part. (Tafsir Al-Jami’ al-Ahkam al-Qur’an, 18/203)

3. Al-Zamakhshari (d. 538 A.H.) states it’s about her garment. (Tafsir al-Kashshaf 4/573)

4- Al-Suyuti (d. 911 A.H.) says the very same. (Tafsir Jalalayn 1/754)

Refutation of allegation #2:

Let us jump to Surah 19:22-23, where a similar verse describes the conception of Isa (peace be upon him) and let us see the relevant commentary of Tafsir Ibn Kathir in this regard. Note the word farj isn’t used in this verse; Surah 19:22-23 says,

“And she conceived him, and she withdrew with him to a far place. And the pains of childbirth drove her to the trunk of a palm tree. She said, “Oh, I wish I had died before this and was in oblivion, forgotten.”

Ibn Kathir’s commentary:

Ibn Kathir remarks on these verses: “Allah, the Exalted, informs about Maryam that when Jibril had spoken to her about what Allah said, she accepted the decree of Allah. Many scholars of the predecessors (Salaf) have mentioned that at this point the angel (who was Jibril) blew into the opening of the garment [farj which also means an opening] that she was wearing. Then the breath descended until it entered into her vagina and she conceived the child by the leave of Allah.” (Online Source)

First we should dig in the term ‘spirit’. Tafsir Al-Jalalayn while commenting on S 38:72 defines it as something that gives life, from a hadith (Sahih Bukhari, Book #55, Hadith #549) that says that an angel come to write about a person’s lifetime and then blow his spirit to give life to fetus which is in the womb, similarly God of the bible also blew into Adam’s nostrils [Genesis 2:7]. It would be foolish to say that God love to breath in someone’s nostrils,Adam was there with God but Eisa (peace be upon him) was to nourish in the womb of Maryam (A.S). The breath itself reaches the uterus through vagina [as in case of Adam it was his nose, so it’s just an opening into the body] as this is only opening into the uterus!

Now it’s not mentioned anywhere that embryo Eisa was there in the womb when it happened. If you read furthermore, the Tafsir ibn Kathir says.

“After this, her menstrual bleeding ceased and she experienced what the pregnant woman experiences of sickness, hunger, change of color and there was even a change in the manner of her speech.”

It means Eisa (peace be upon him) wasn’t there in the womb of Virgin. Maryam(A.S) thus conceived her son through this breath which travelled through her vagina and into the uterus (womb), where Esa (peace be upon him) was nourished like every human born of a woman, Adam didn’t nourish in the womb of a female that’s why his spirit took the route of nostrils as the Bible says.

Refutation of allegation #3:

Sam in his gown of crusades alleged that to whom Quran refer to in 66:12, he remarked :

“The second problem is caused by the Arabic language. In Arabic, Allah does not say: ‘so we breathed into her of our spirit’, but ‘into him’. Who is it, into whom the spirit was breathed? The embryo ‘Isa? That is difficult to accept, for then ‘Isa would have existed in Mary’s womb already before the spirit was breathed into her. That would mean that Allah created ‘Isa before hand or that he existed before he was conceived. Both options are out of the question for Islamic scholars.

Who is it then, into whom the Spirit from Allah was breathed? IT IS ALMOST UNSPEAKABLE, but the last expression in the previous sentence, which is masculine in Arabic, IS THE EXPRESSION FOR MARY’S GENITALS. The literal meaning of Allah’s statement in Arabic is then, ‘so we breathed into her vagina [farj] of our spirit.’ This turns the stomachs of some of our readers.”

Surah 66:12 of the Quran reads:

?????????? ??????? ????????? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ??????????? ????? ??? ????????? ??????????? ??????????? ???????? ?????????? ????????? ???? ?????????????

Dr.Ghali: “And Maryam (Mary) daughter of Imran, who kept safe her private parts, (i.e., safeguarded) so We breathed in it of Our Spirit, and she sincerely (believed) in the Words of her Lord, and His Books; and she was one of the devout.”

Actually none of the translators translated as ‘unto him’ but as ‘there in(Pickthall) , in it (Dr.Ghali), into her (Yusuf Ali, Shakir)’.

Again the Sam is playing his dirty tricks to confuse the readers and exposes his bigot nature;

the word ????? (fihi) is used in this verse as a masculine singular object pronoun and means the farj[opening] of Maryam (A.S)’s sleeves or garments as garments are treated as masculine in Arabic. We have earlier proved that Isa (peace be upon him) wasn’t there in the womb of Maryam (A.S) and she conceived him after she received the breadth from Gabriel which blew into her garment not her vagina.

Lets See What Bible says about this

Before I come to the bone of contention i.e. Luke 1:35, let me reply to Sam’s argument on this verse.

Argument 1: The word come upon is used in Luke 2:25 and Luke 3:22, about Simon’s righteousness and Jesus’ baptism.

My Response: The Greek word used in Luke 1:35 is ?p????µa? (Strong’s G1904-eperchomai), and in context of spirit coming upon someone is used only in Luke 1:35 and Acts 1:8, but the spirit when came upon the disciples in acts, one of the disciples of Jesus Mary Magdalene didn’t conceive any baby so it must have come upon them in a different way. The Luke 1:35 uses this word for explaining the impregnation of Mary, as something is coming upon her as a husband come upon his wife.

Argument 2: Jesus was transfigured by clouds in Luke 9:34.

My Response: The term overshadow doesn’t always mean that a person is shadowed by some cloud, we should have to see the context also as to where and why the word is used and what possible meanings it may have, which I have discussed below.

Catholic assumption about Luke1:35 :

The Catholic view about the birth of Jesus can be put in a nutshell by this simple picture.

Holy Ghost hovered over Mary exhorted creative energy on her womb while Yahweh was overshadowing her with clouds and boom! Jesus was conceived. Infact, early church fathers gave many theories which we will view in the later text and this isn’t the first place where God of the bible sounds pornographic, the intention of God to have martial relationship with his people is also reflected in.

In Ezekiel, God compares Bride Israel to a young woman, using some striking imagery to describe his love for her:

Then you grew up, became tall, and reached the age for fine ornaments; your breasts were formed and your hair had grown.Yet you were naked and bare.Then I passed by you and saw that you were ready for love; so I SPREAD MY CLOAK OVER YOU and covered your nakedness. I swore to you and entered into a covenant with you so that you became mine, declares the Lord God. – Ezekiel 16:7-8

The phrase “spread my cloak over you” was a Hebrew euphemism for conjugal relations (see Ruth 3:9). This passage should give us an idea of the basic goodness of the marital act as God designed and intended it.

Ruth 3:9 : And he said, Who art thou? And she answered, I am Ruth thine handmaid: SPREAD THEREFORE THY SKIRT OVER THINE handmaid; for thou art a near kinsman.

Barnes’ Notes on the Bible: Spread thy skirt … –

The phrase indicates receiving and acknowledging her as a wife.

Due to the nebulous and somewhat graphical language of Luke 1:35 several theories are proposed depending which sect of Christianity you are talking about, since Catholics aren’t the only Christians in the scene.

Intimacy with Yahweh:

The language of Luke 1:35 made some Christians (Mormons) to believe that Yahweh was sexually involved with Mary. Luke 1:35 states, “The Holy Ghost shall come upon you and the power of the most high (Yahweh) will overshadow you. This makes some Christian to come to conclusion when Holy ghost came upon Mary she became unconscious and Jehovah had an intercourse with her.

To further explain as to why he reach this conclusion on Luke 1:35, he said,

Intimacy with Holy Ghost:

Luke 1:35 says that holy ghost will come upon Mary and the power of the most high will overshadowed her. A Christian source remarked, ‘overshadowed’ is just another delicate discreet way of saying a man got on top of a woman, casting his shadow over her, and entered her with his penis and ‘made love’ to her. This is just the good old-fashioned missionary way of producing babies. The woman gets ‘overshadowed’…or as King Solomon via the Holy Spirit said… His left hand is under my head, and his right hand doth embrace me. (Song of Solomon 2: 6) Because her lover is over top of her…. and he is overshadowing her …..’and his banner over me was love’ (2: 4).Do clouds penetrate into the womb ?…. Does gas produce babies ? The answer obviously NO. The Lord created sperm to break thru the egg of a woman to combine with the cell of a woman to reproduce into a new body for a new soul. That’s the Lord’s biology, that’s His embryology. That’s the Lord’s sexuality.

Mathew 1:20 But while he thought on these things, behold, the angel of the Lord appeared unto him in a dream, saying, Joseph, thou son of David, fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife: for that which is CONCEIVED IN her is of the Holy Ghost.

And the conception happened INSIDE Mary’s womb.

Luke 2:21 And when eight days were accomplished for the circumcising of the child, his name was called JESUS, which was so named of the angel before he was CONCEIVED IN THE WOMB.

Some Christians are of the view that Holy Ghost was the spouse of Mary. Can a spirit have sex with humans? According to a Christian source, there is a possibility, according to Zohar [a book on Jewish kaablah] and the Alphabet of Ben Sira [wrote by Jesus bin Sirach], Lilith was Adam’s first wife who later became a succubus[female demon]. She left Adam and refused to return to the Garden of Eden after she mated with archangel Samael (who was an angel) and according to another source, even Pope Sylvester also had a sexual relationship with a succubus. However, Catholics kept this relationship in just spiritual realm;

Saint Maximillian Kolbe say that the relationship between the Spirit of God and the Theotokos is redolent of a marriage in the following ways: As a husband and wife become “one flesh” in marriage (Genesis 2:24) yet remain distinct persons, so Mary and the Spirit are two distinct persons who share a deep spiritual union. As human spouses cooperate in giving life to their children, so, analogously, the Spirit and Mary “cooperate” in communicating spiritual life to us. (H.M. Manteau-Bonamy, The Immaculate Conception and the Holy Spirit: The Marian Teachings of Saint Maximillian Kolbe (Libertyville, IL: Franciscan Marytown Pr, 1977 ) , So how does husband and wife become one? Of course after sexual intercourse .Levi Jones, associate pastor of theology in U.S.A see the impregnation of Mary analogous to Zeus’s relationship with Leda.

As said earlier it is possible that a spirit can have sexual relationship with a human. However, Jesus is refereed to son as the son of Yahweh i.e. born of Yahweh’s sperm or semen and the spirit act as a vector in transferring the sperms of Yahweh into Mary’s womb probably in an old fashioned way. We see that Holy Spirit can take physical forms such as dove, thus it possible that it came upon her and overshadowed her. According to a source, Holy Spirit is also designated as the most high and he was the one overshadowing her and ejaculating the seed of Yahweh into her. Some Christian may say if this copulation then Mary is no longer a virgin which goes against Isaiah 7:14, Oh really? The word used for defining the virginity of Mary in the New Testament is pa?????? (strong’s G3933-parthenos), however! It also mean a marriageable maiden; Infact in Septuagint, this term is also applied for woman who are already deflowered women and harlots.

As for Isaiah 7:14, the R.S.V. 1952 Bible which was produced by Thirty-two scholars of highest eminence, and reviewed by fifty representatives of cooperating denominations, gives its translation as;

“Behold a young woman shall conceive and bear a son and shall call his name Imman’u-el.”

And in the footnote to this verse it says;

“Young woman, Hebrew ‘almah, feminine of ‘elem, young man (1 Sam.17.56, 20.22); the word appears in Gen.24.43; Ex.2.8; Ps.68.25, and elsewhere where it is translated “young woman,” “girl,” “maiden.”

(The Holy Bible, Revised Standard Version 1952, Edited by Herbert G. May and Bruce M. Metzger, Oxford University Press, New York 1962)

Intimacy with Gabriel and Jospeh:

In a book Unveiling God’s Presence in the Bible By Tommy C. SEAY, he claims that it was the angle Gabriel sexually involved with Mary and this claim is inspired by his holy ghost (pg297-301). Bible Review Magazine 1902-1903 By Harry et al Wright, he claims that when ghost came upon both both Mary and Joseph when they were in bed and clouds overshadowed them, they committed sex unconsciously and this how Jesus was born (pg.113-114). All these books can be read on Google books.

Strange Arts:

Early Church fathers unable to understand how Mary became impregnated with Jesus, posed different drawings. One of them was that a Yahweh is oozing semen from his mouth through a tube which is going beneath Mary’s skirt.

Summary & Conclusion:

Even the spirit brought the breath of God, there was no sex at all, the conception was totally spiritual etc etc. The point is that Luke 1:35 is at the time so graphic and nebulous that it made Christians to came up with some nasty and promiscuous thoughts about the conception. On the other hand, Quran is very clear and free of such imagery. Christians should check their own sources before criticizing ours. Infact, both Mathew and Paul never made any claim about the virgin birth, why? I leave this answer to the Christians.

Qur’an refers to Mary, the most chaste woman ever in the most excellent manner and in the language befitting the Divine Majesty. This is why Muslims never have had any graphical or immodest description of her conception, whereas the Biblical description speaks of a human mind behind the narrative which brings in a mental picture which has lead to all the non-sense shown above. And perhaps all this was a reflection of Greek mythology cf. Zeus’ relation with Leda.

Disclaimer!

Whatever is given in the “Lets see What Bible says” section is just a showing of the mirror to Christian missionary haters of Islam otherwise neither the author of this post and nor any Muslim can ever think of anything remotely akin to it. No Muslim is a Muslim if he has any such imagination about the purest and greatest woman of all times.

Israel renewed violence on Palestinians – 63 anniversary of occupation

Israel renewed violence on Palestinians – 63 anniversary of occupation

Ramallah – PNN – Nakba protests commemoration is expected to take place all over the West Bank, Jerusalem, Gaza and worldwide countries.

In the West Bank at 12 midday sirens will be herd and people will stand one minute of silence, then protest will march from late Palestinian President Araft memorial to al-Manara square in Ramallah city center. 

Calls for people to gather at the Qalindyia checkpoint, separating Ramallah from Jerusalem was issued. Also protests are organized in East Jerusalem.

On Friday Israeli troops attacked a number of protests organized in several parts of east Jerusalem commemorating the 63 anniversary of the Nakba, the day Israel was created after killing hundreds of Palestinians and expelling 700,000 people from their homes.
Milad Ayiash, 16, was injured during Friday clashes, according to doctors at Makased hospital in Jerusalem the boy was shot in his abdomen and died on Saturday morning when two operations by doctors failed to save his life.

In Gaza two protests will be organized one central Gaza strip and the other in the south close to the Egyptian borders sources reported.

Israeli announced implemented a total siege on the West Bank and looked down Jerusalem. Sources talked about protests being organized by Palestinians inside Israel.

Palestinians protest on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Palestinians protest on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

A Palestinian holds up a symbolic key for refugees during clashes with Israeli soldiers, not seen, on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

Palestinians throw stones at Israeli soldiers, not seen, during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

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Israeli soldiers fire tear gas at stone throwing Palestinians during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Israeli soldiers fire tear gas at stone throwing Palestinians during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

Israeli soldiers fire tear gas during clashes stone throwing Palestinians, not seen, on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill | License Photo | Permalink

Israeli soldiers prepare for clashes with Palestinian protesters on Nakba Day in Qalandiya, West Bank
Israeli soldiers prepare for clashes with Palestinian protesters on Nakba Day in Qalandiya, West Bank

Israeli soldiers take position beside the Israeli separation wall at the Qalandiya Checkpoint, West Bank, as Palestinians protesters, not seen, march on “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill |

Palestinians commemorate the 63th anniversary of Catastrophe Day in Gaza
Palestinians commemorate the 63th anniversary of Catastrophe Day in Gaza

A Palestinian boy looks at past a mural depicting “Nakba” in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip May 14, 2011. Palestinians will mark “Nakba” (Catastrophe) on May 15 to commemorate the expulsion or fleeing of some 700, 000 Palestinians from their homes in the war that led to the founding of Israel in 1948. UPI/Ismael Mohamad. 

An Israeli soldier approaches Palestinian protesters on Nakba Day in Qalandiya, West Bank
An Israeli soldier approaches Palestinian protesters on Nakba Day in Qalandiya, West Bank

An Israeli soldier approaches Palestinians protesters, not seen, during demonstrations on “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

Palestinians protest on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Palestinians protest on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

Palestinians march during clashes with Israeli soldiers, not seen, on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

An Israeli soldier points his gun at Palestinian protesters during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
An Israeli soldier points his gun at Palestinian protesters during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

An Israeli soldier takes aim at Palestinian protesters during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

Israeli soldiers look at Palestinian protesters on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Israeli soldiers look at Palestinian protesters on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

Israeli soldiers look at Palestinian protesters, not seen, during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians  Mark  "Nakba" Day
Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians Mark “Nakba” Day
Palestinian youth carry photographer Mohammed Othman, wounded when Israeli troops opened fire during on a march heading towards the Erez border crossing in the northern Gaza Strip, Sunday, May 15, 2011, Palestinian medics say one person was killed and 70 others were wounded in the demonstration in the Gaza Strip, commemorating the mass displacement of Palestinians during the war surrounding Israel’s establishment in 1948. as a result of which more than 760,000 Palestinians , estimated today to number 4.7 million with their descendants , were pushed into exile or driven out of their homes. UPI/Ismael Mohamad. 
Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians  Mark  "Nakba" Day
Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians Mark “Nakba” Day

Palestinian carry a wounded man after Israeli troops opened fire during on a massive march heading towards the Erez border crossing in Beit Hanoun northern Gaza , on May 15, 2011, Palestinian medics say one person was killed and 70 others were wounded in the demonstration in the Gaza Strip, commemorating the mass displacement of Palestinians during the war surrounding Israel’s establishment in 1948. as a result of which more than 760,000 Palestinians , estimated today to number 4.7 million with their descendants , were pushed into exile or driven out of their homes. UPI/Ismael Mohamad.

Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians  Mark  "Nakba" Day
Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians Mark “Nakba” Day

Palestinian youth carry a wounded man after Israeli troops opened fire during on a massive march heading towards the Erez border crossing in Beit Hanoun northern Gaza , on May 15, 2011, Palestinian medics say one person was killed and 70 others were wounded in the demonstration in the Gaza Strip, commemorating the mass displacement of Palestinians during the war surrounding Israel’s establishment in 1948. as a result of which more than 760,000 Palestinians , estimated today to number 4.7 million with their descendants , were pushed into exile or driven out of their homes. UPI/Ismael Mohamad

ISLAM IS NOT A NEW RELIGION

ISLAM IS NOT A NEW RELIGION…ALL THE PROPHETS OF GOD WERE MUSLIMS!

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Jesus on trial: What would a modern jury do?

After Quran , Jesus on Trial …

Richmond, Virginia (CNN) – If Jesus were tried in Richmond, Virginia, today, would he have been sentenced to death? Or would he have faced life behind bars with no chance for parole?

That’s the choice given to jurors here recently.

During Lent, the Church of the Holy Comforter used Virginia law to retry the sentencing phase of the blasphemy case against Jesus of Nazareth. Church members and guests played the role of the jury.

The trial was the brainchild of Mark Osler, a former U.S. Attorney in Detroit who teaches at the University of St. Thomas Law School in Minneapolis and is friends with a member of the Richmond church.

Osler wanted to hold the trial in part to call attention to the state’s use of capital punishment. Virginia is second only to Texas in the number of executions per state since the mid-1970s, when the U.S. Supreme Court reinstituted the death penalty, according to federal statistics. He held a similar event in Texas a few years ago.

“For many of us our faith, as it relates to policy especially, is often unexamined,” Osler said “We’re surrounded by people who feel the same way, and what we need to do is have it be troubled at least and see if that takes us someplace different.”

The mock sentencing phase was held the night before Palm Sunday.

Osler played the part of Caiaphas, the Jewish high priest in the biblical narrative of the trial. In that account, Jesus had no defense council. But on this night, Osler faced off against Jeanne Bishop, a real-life public defender from Chicago.

“Jesus was indigent,” Bishop said. “And so I think [Osler] wanted a public defender to underscore the point that this is a man with no money, no resources, no position in society.

“Most of the people that I represent fit that description.”

“He also wanted to have a young African-American man play Jesus, and that’s what we have tonight. Most of clients look exactly like this young man who will be sitting beside me,” she said.

The night was bittersweet for Bishop. “My younger sister, her husband and their unborn baby were murdered 21 years ago today, the day before palm Sunday.”

In 1990, Nancy Bishop Langert was killed during a home invasion in Winnetka, Illinois. Her death was part of the reason Jeanne Bishop became a defense attorney and an outspoken opponent of the death penalty.

Even before her sister’s murder, Bishop said, she was against the death penalty. “When my sister and her husband and their baby were killed, my immediate response was, ‘No more killing, no more bloodshed, please let it stop right here.’”

Jeanne Bishop questions a witness at the trial of Jesus in Richmond, Virginia

Osler is also against the death penalty. It was a decision he said he reached as a prosecutor while sitting in church one Sunday.

“They read John 8, about stoning the adulteress, and I’m like everyone else – when I hear a story like that, I put myself in the role of Jesus. A lot of prosecutors who are Christians who talk about that will say, ‘Jesus said go and sin no more.’ And what I came to eventually is, ‘I’m not Jesus. I’m part of the mob. I’m somebody with a stone in my hand.’

“I think that story is very direct that we don’t have the moral authority” to execute prisoners, Osler said.

Playing the role of prosecutor and asking jurors to condemn Jesus to death was difficult for Osler.

“It’s very dark to have the prosecutor in me go to war with the faith [in me]. There’s a cynicism you need to be a good prosecutor,” he said. “It’s been in some ways a troubling enterprise, and I didn’t see that coming.”

“We don’t have a script,” Osler said shortly before taking the stage at the Church of the Holy Comforter. “We’re approaching this the way trial lawyers would. I haven’t known what her theory of the case is or what her arguments will be, and she doesn’t know mine. That’s the way it really works. It’s not a play. It really is a trial in that sense.”

Mark Osler waits to take the stage at the trial of Jesus

As the audience took their seats, Bishop leaned over and whispered to her client, a teenager from the church who sat beside her in a dark blazer and khaki pants.

William G. Broaddus played the role of the judge. He was Virginia’s attorney general for six months after his predecessor stepped down to run for governor. During that time, five defendants were executed in Virginia.

“We will now call the case of the Commonwealth of Virginia versus Jesus of Nazareth,” Broaddus bellowed from the pulpit. “I will remind you this man has already been found guilty of the criminal charge of blasphemy.

“Tonight it is your duty to determine the proper punishment,” he told the jurors.

The attorneys each called two witnesses. The prosecution called Peter, one of Jesus closest disciples, and a rich young ruler whom Jesus urged to sell all of his possessions and give the money to the poor, here though the witness was played by a woman from the congregation. The defense called a centurion whose slave Jesus had healed, as well as Malchus, a high priest’s slave whose ear was cut off by Peter then reattached by Jesus.

The sentencing trial followed the rhythms of a standard criminal case. Bishop spoke gently yet firmly as she questioned the witnesses, her line of questioning seeking to emphasize Jesus’ acts of compassion and mercy.

Osler was forceful and tried to paint Jesus as a rebel who sought to rend the fabric of society. He also played heavily on the issue of slavery in his questioning.

Richmond was an international slave port prior to the Civil War – a fact not lost on members of the audience, who quietly bristled or frowned when Osler brought it up. He repeatedly reminded them that while Jesus healed the centurion and high priest’s slaves, he did not set them free.

In her closing argument, Bishop told the jury that Jesus loved his enemies. “A man who showed such compassion is at least deserving of your compassion at this moment,” she said.

Osler rebutted that Jesus had “poked a hole in the fabric of society. Are you going to let it tear or are your going to keep it a small hole?” he asked as he tore a hole in his own pressed, white button-down shirt to gasps in the crowd.

After the closing arguments, the audience broke into several juries of 12. Following the Virginia state statutes, they had two votes to consider. First: “Do you find that there is a probability that, if not executed, the defendant would commit criminal acts that would constitute a continuing serious threat to society?”

If they answered yes to that question, they were instructed to move on to the second: “In the light of all mitigation, is a death sentence warranted?” Both questions required a unanimous vote.

In one of the juries, 11 members quickly agreed the answer to the first question was yes, but there was one holdout. The other jury members began to press her in favor of the prosecution. Eventually they were successful.

“I think he’s convincing,” an older woman on the panel said of Osler, adding, “I didn’t like myself for thinking that.”

As the judge told the crowd they had just five minutes left to deliberate, the noise in the sanctuary grew louder and more heated.

The votes were taken and the jury forms passed forward.

The judge stepped forward and read the verdict.

“Jesus please stand,” he said.

He read the first question aloud and said, “The majority of the juries have found that should be answered in the affirmative.”

It meant the juries thought Jesus would blaspheme again if not executed.

“Turning then to the next question,” he said. “The majority of the juries voting on that issue found that the death sentence is not warranted.”

There was applause from the audience.

“The defendant is remanded to the jailer for the rest of your natural life.”

And with that the trial ended.