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Deidre Shelden says
Hi Ms Dee
I am a Muslim, I don't believe there are two Jesus. And it is nowhere mentioned in the Quran that Mohammad was greater Messenger then Jesus (P.b.u.t). I will only say that If you want to know Islam don't look at Muslim , see what Quran Says
Rod Martin Jr says
well explained lone77star
Mohammed needs no recognition and he is mentioned in your holy book .Hear this lecture a man who converted to Islam :-
Your quran was a book written by mohammed purely based on his owm agenda. There was no divine intervention in its making.
OK. If you dare to tell such lies and casts doubts in His messenger .Be sure you would get Allah punishment sooner.The Koran includes so many verses on people like you who faced their worse destiny .
What are you talking about? It is my belief that mohammed's spirit is with God, and your threats are useless to me. I do not fear your god. If I am wrong, then explain to me what the name of the messenger means in English?
I am not threatening you it is the Allah promise in his holy books .You are absolutely wrong when you say I do not fear your god. I call Allah to show you his power. For messenge : http://www.christnotes.org/bible.php?q=messenger&a...
Do you think that if mohammed's spirit is with God you are free to tell lies about his prophecy ? I am not threatening you this is Allah's promise and I call Allah to show you His revenge if you do not fear Him.
You can call your god to show me his power all you want. I have heard it all before, and instead. My God has givin me a good and beautiful family. Good jobs, great health and lots of good friends. My God is a loving and forgiving God. Is yours?
I was not talking about your or my God who is ONE and here is your foolishness,I am taking about your denial of His prophet Mohammed.That is all and it is the issue in my question.
There is no denial. God had many prophets. Mohammed was not one of them. He wrote the quran based on his own ambitions for power and wealth. The proof is in your book and you dont even know it.
Haaa why not you tell us this proof which no one had discovered it except you the great genius jurist of our century .Here is the proof :
Should I show you all the videos of ex-muslims converting to Christianity? So your link is nothing. Here is the proof. What does this word جبريل found in your so called perfectly written in Arabic quran mean?
WHY YOU ALWAYS ASK ME IF YOU HAVE ANSWERS ? It seems that you are black African from South Sudan who learned Arabic in North Sudan and who is just filled with black grudges.Most of you are Pagans who do not know either Christianity or Islam.
No sir, I am a white man. Again, I will ask you what this Arabic word means in English. If you are convinced that your holy book is perfectly written in Arabic, you would answer the question without fear.
جبريل means in English " Gabriel" and his one of Allah's Angle who is mentioned in the Quran and in the Bilble . He revealed to Mohammed PBUH the words of Allah and His message, so what is wrong with that ???
That is the error. The Hebrew word גַּבְרִיאֵל is pronounced Gavri'el. This word is perfectly written in Hebrew, not Arabic. Gavri'el means "Strength of God", but you answered Gabriel instead of "Strength of allah". You ask any Jewish scholar what t
Ask any Jewish scholar what it means and he will say the same. These 2 letters אֵל are "el" and they mean God in Hebrew. But God in arabic means allah, and yoiu dont find the word allah in جبريل . So your holy book is not written perfectly.
What you are saying is no more than delirium or hallucination .The word גַּבְרִיאֵל means in Arabic جبريل and in Hebrew it means Gavriel and in English it means Gabriel.There is no comparison between the Word Allah and the word.
Sarcasm is a poor substitute for wit. Gavri'el means Strength of God in Hebrew. By your own words جبريل means Gabriel in English. You are in denial, but it does not surpize me at all.
This is silliness, if the word is Gavri'el or Gabriel or جبريل at the end it refers to an angle, irrespective of what the said names mean.It is just like the names Messiah or Jesus or Christ they refer to the same person irrespective of the meaning.
Gavri'el doesnt not mean Gabriel, We call him Gabriel in English as to how we pronounce it, just as you do in Arabic. There is nothing perfect about your Arabic word Jibr'il as it is perfectly written by Daniel in his book in Hebrew.
So now if Gavri'el doesnt not mean the angle Gabriel, or say does not mean manifestation of our Lord's power which is the same irrespective of his name, who is Gavri'el then ? and what is your conclusion or findings ??
This is where are discussion ends as I get tired of repeating myself. Gavri'el in Hebrew means "strength of God". where jibri'il means nothing more than the pronuciation of the word Gabriel in arabic.
So our great linguist of Arabic language has reached the conclusion that " jibri'il means nothing more than the pronuciation of the word Gabriel in arabic" What a great discovery to our mother tongue and the Arabic speakers !
More than I can say for you. btw, where do you think mohammed learned of the teachings of an everlasting hell?
This your own imagination and the Quran is full of verses on forgiveness.Here is the proof : http://search-the-quran.com/search/forgiveness
That isnt proof. That is another's belief. How about the 23 verses in the quran that talks about hell? There is no mercy in hell according to your book.
So Hell is not mentioned in the Bible eh :
The word hell is printed in most english bible, but if you and most Christians only knew how to read the bible, you would find that God is the exact opposite of what most Christians and muslims have been led to believe He is.
I DECIDED TO STOP ANY FURTHER COMMENTS ON YOURS, because you always deviate from the issues you raise when you become sure that your comments are nonsenses.You started with Gabriel then deviated to the Hell now you are deviating to the God.
The hell teachings in the quran is another proof that mohammed wrote the book out of his own ambitions, which is the real reson we started this discussion, but ending it is a good thing.
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I started out with Gabriel, and then movedf to the doctrine of hell in both religions. The issue was about mohammed writting the quran out of his own ambitions and both the errors of Gabriel in Arabic and hell in your book play the two key factors.