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29:64 "This worldly life is no more than play and amusement. But the Hereafter is indeed the real life, if only they knew."

فلان 12/29/2021 (Wed) 18:47:31 No.312 [Reply]
IS islam a warrior religion ?im not saying it as a bad thing I think the white races needs a warrior creed. Islam seems a warrior code-religion: beheading enemies in public(yes,i have hadith which authorize this),thot-patrolling, mutilating thieves,slaving enemies, heavenly women for martyrs. oh, i crave a cult of guns and knives! I dont even hate israel but admire the drive and dedication hamas and fatah have in trying to destroy it.
Islam does not shy away from righteous violence but it's not a "cult of guns and knives". It is the religion of faith in God and following the path of His Messenger.
>>312 > I think the white races needs a warrior creed That's unfortunate because Islam is not a whites-only religion >Islam seems a warrior code-religion Yes but that's every religion even Christianity and Judaism >beheading enemies in public(yes,i have hadith which authorize this) >thot-patrolling, mutilating thieves,slaving enemies People used to do all these things and more without being islamic. >heavenly women for martyrs. So your hole idea of heaven is just one big orgy? >oh, i crave a cult of guns and knives! So go start your own.

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qoca 04/03/2022 (Sun) 12:36:14 No.362 [Reply]
Salam Aleykum! Happy Ramadan! May Allah accept your blessings! Today in the morning I got up not because of my alarm to take a brake. The Djin woke me up and this scares me too much. Thanks Allah, I don't see nightmares, but this night was an exception. I saw the dream where I heard my father's voice who was telling me to not being naive and to not trust everybody. But in the end of the speech he began teaching me that cannibalism is good and sth like that. But it wasn't the end. He showed me old pictures which I haven't seen before, and there were just unfamiliar families. But one thing was similar at each photo: a yellow [burned] cross (but it seemed like a sign) (like on the image) I got up because of Djin's arm on my hip. I have prayed to the God. I have read blessings against shaytans. But I still feel myself uncomfortable and uneasy. Today whole day was too lucky for myself which is unusual to me. And it scares me more.

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>>362 Just forget nightmares and don't overthink them.
Nightmares are from Shaytan, they have no meaning or purpose other than to frighten the believers. You can safely forget and ignore them.
>>362 >Salam Aleykum! >Happy Ramadan! >May Allah accept your blessings! Wa alaykum Salam was rahmatullah wa barakatuh The same to you brother

Converting/Immagrating Anonymous 03/06/2022 (Sun) 15:10:20 No.349 [Reply]
Wondering if there is a friendly country to immigrate to in order to convert to islam...currently learning arrabic (native english speaker, ex military) disagree with u.s. politics/way of living but don't want to be radicalized, any suggestions on Muslim friendly countries for an American expat? (olive skinned and dark hair so wouldn't stand out too much apart from language and cultural barrier at first)
I lived in Jordan and it's pretty Western friendly. People are nice, speak plenty of English too.

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Assalamualaikum Anonymous 02/16/2021 (Tue) 07:53:35 ID: eb9e8b No.186 [Reply]
Indoanon here, just found out about this board. Is this board still alive? If not then where do you people hangout?
Wa alaykum salam wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh. I do check this place regularly even though I don't post often.
>>186 Alhamdulillah ternyata ada yang lebih jauh untuk mencari papan gambar untuk islam indonesia :)
>>187 That's cool. Would love to stay here if there's a lot of people tho >>188 Alhamdulillah bro masih banyak indoanon yang tidak lupa dengan identitas muslim mereka di internet.
Wa alaykum assalam from your Arab brother. I like you guys. Indonesians and Malaysians are chill.
>>192 halo bro

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Is coffee haram? فلان 03/06/2022 (Sun) 16:07:27 No.350 [Reply]
No. And please use the QTDDTOT thread.

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Accepting Islam after getting kidnapped. Anonymous 10/09/2020 (Fri) 17:12:44 ID: 04a8bc No.139 [Reply]
Seems like there is an another person that accepted Islam after getting kidnapped. What do you guys think? Her name is Sophie Pétronin. https://twitter.com/hashtag/SophiePetronin
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She's based. Praises be to The One Who guided our sister to the straight path! France keeps seething about women who voluntarily seek to cover themselves and observe modesty, and they turned Maryam Petronin into a martyr to paint Islam in a bad light. How ironic is it that she ended up embracing its light and rejecting the immodest ways of her country ? Both journalists and politicians cannot get over the fact that they had to liberate over 200 fighters in Mali in exchange for her liberation, only for her to go back there a fexw weeks later. They tried to prevent her from returning to Mali but she pretended to go to Senegal then crossed the border kek May Allah bless her

Anonymous 08/26/2021 (Thu) 18:25:31 ID: bc5365 No.277 [Reply]
So Kabul airport nearly got bombed and it wasn't even the Taliban (probable). I think Afghanistan people would probably be better off if the foreign invasion didn't receive international support. I.e. if the airport doesn't get suicide bombed, than the Taliban, if near the airport gets moved blame the a anti-taliban. Fucking foreign rapists
It's like the matrix twilight zone hack autocorrected my threat to purgatory
This is really bad good luck
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvWhCFyO2W4 Afghanistan has not fallen, it has risen. Islam has won in Afghanistan, just like Allah has promised victory to Islam in the entire world. Perhaps the liberators of Afghanistan are (part of) the promised Army of Khorasan, who will follow Imam Mahdi and capture Jerusalem. (And Allah knows best.)
>>281 Alhamdulillah, may God guide and help them work towards the recovery Afghanistan needs so much

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thanks, but i prefer Al Hussary riwayat Warsh

Dhu al-Qarnayn فلان 12/29/2021 (Wed) 20:23:19 ID: 290ff2 No.316 [Reply]
How do Muslims explain Surat al-Kahf? All evidence points to it being directed lifted from Syriac versions of the Alexander Romance, parts of the Surah being almost exact quotations and paraphrases of said work, which of course predates the Qur'an. How do Muslims explain the fact that the 'horns' of Dhu al-Qurnayn's name refer to the horns of Alexander the Great that appear on coins circulating in the Middle East, which were of course the horns of the pagan god Ammon? And this said, where is the wall of Yajuj and Majuj? I believe this to be the weakest part of the Qur'an.
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>>316 >where is the wall of Yajuj and Majuj? God knows best.
>>319 Pre-Islamic fictional Christian sources refer to the story of Dhu al-Qarnayn. Why does the Qur’an reproduce lies?
>>319 Correct. The stories belonged to Allah in the first place. The Quran sets the record straight, and has the story bring more good in the process. Any similarity is simply a result of effective story principles, universally accessible to all literate cultures. The Romance is effective in its own civilization, but hardly anyone knows it. Far more people are familiar with it, especially in its text form, in the proper Quranic version and context. Any version differing from the Quran was a distortion of the true account. Europeans are especially guilty of distorting things, being a vile trait influenced by their drama culture, which makes them neurotically seek new versions of things, which are usually trivial or harmful, and almost always disregarding seeking real substance.
>>327 we believe the pre-islamic stories were corruptions of actual History (about Alexander ? another emperor ? nothing is said on the matter). The Quran merely restores that specific story to truth God knows best
From https://islamqa.info/en/answers/22029/ "3 – The difference between this righteous slave, and the Macedonian Alexander who was a kaafir, is well known to Muslim scholars. Ibn Katheer (may Allaah have mercy on him) said in al-Badaayah wa’l-Nahaayah (1/493): “It was narrated that Qutaadah said: Alexander was Dhu’l-Qarnayn and his father was the first of the Caesars, and he was one of the descendants of Saam ibn Nooh (Shem the son of Noah). As for Dhu’l-Qarnayn, he was Alexander son of Philip… ibn Roomi ibn al-Asfar ibn Yaqaz ibn al-‘Ees ibn Ishaaq ibn Ibraaheem al-Khaleel. This is the genealogy of him given by al-Haafiz ibn ‘Asaakir in his Taareekh. (He is known as) the Macedonian, the Greek, the Egyptian, builder of Alexandria, on the events of whose life the Greeks based their calendar. He came much later than the first Alexander. This was approximately three hundred years before the Messiah. The philosopher Aristotle was his minister and he is the one who killed Daar ibn Daar (Darius) and humiliated the kings of Persia and invaded their land. We have drawn attention to him because many people think that they are one and the same and that the one who is mentioned in the Qur’aan is the one whose minister was Aristotle, which has resulted in a lot of mistakes and far-reaching corruption. The former was a righteous believing slave and a just king, and the latter was a mushrik and his minister was a philosopher. There were more than two thousand years between the two, so what comparison can there be between them? They are not alike at all and they have nothing in common, except in the mind of a fool who does not know anything.” 4 – The Christians have no information in their holy book about the second Alexander, let alone the first. All they have is the story of the visions of Daniel, which they claim refer to the rule of this infidel Alexander, and the division of his kingdom after his death. 5 – If we assume that there is a difference between what the Qur’aan says and what their book says about a person or an event, why should that be regarded as strange? There are many such differences, especially in the stories of the Prophets such as Ibraaheem (Abraham), Nooh (Noah), Loot (Lot), Moosa (Moses), Dawood (David) and ‘Eesa (Jesus) (peace be upon them). The Christians have no reliable and continuous chain of narration for this book in which they believe, and they know nothing about those who translated it. Moreover it contains dozens of contradictions which effectively nullify any claim to infallibility or to have been written with inspiration from the Holy Spirit. It is sufficient to note the contradictions in the genealogy of Jesus (peace be upon him)! So how can we take what is in these distorted books as a standard by which to judge the Holy Qur’aan which is preserved by Allaah?!"

WHEN WILL THE HELP OF ALLAH COME?! Anonymous 07/03/2020 (Fri) 13:06:57 ID: e8292c No.34 [Reply]
>>34 It'll come when you help yourself. >Verily, Allah does not change the condition of a people until they change what's in themselves.

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