What food does Allah enjoy eating?
If you had to offer Allah a meal what would it consist of?
Terrorists believe that it is the blood of their non-believing, non-islamic enemies!
So far I am told is that Ishwar ( you have called Him Allah) is pleased even if we offer Him a leaf, a flower, a fruit or water with devotion. But your question is about offering food. We Hindus call the offerings to God as sacrifice. I shall offer God the ignorance of humanity as food, ignorance which arises as a result of asserting superiority of a particular religion over other religions, ignorance which arises in restricting God to the realm of a particular book, ignorance which arises in hating the adherents of alien religions and targeting them to kill and foolishly think that they are serving Him, ignorance which arises when the religious stuff is not assimilated truly, ignorance which arises when we discriminate on the basis of religion, creed, race and color of the people. When I offer Him such food as a sacrifice , I will pray Him to devour that food so much that no trace of such ignorance could be traced on the lap of mother earth. I am sure that Allah / Ishwar will be very happy to be served such food/sacrifice.
by Tsi 6 years ago
Was your god so weak that he was humiliated and persecuted by the Jews.While Allah is the Rabb (Lord Cherisher sustainer nourisher creator master) of all the worlds.At least common sense does not permit one to worship somebody who was helplessly and mercilessly crucified by his enemies.
by Dustin Staples 6 years ago
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by Abhaque Supanjang 7 years ago
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