Friday, April 20, 2007

Fun Fact about the Religion of Peace

Apparently "Allah" forbids praying for non-Muslims:

...a Muslim student set off a debate when she sent an email to the mailing list of the Muslim Students' Association at Virginia Tech asking the students to pray that Allah have mercy on those killed and wounded in the shooting attack at the university.

According to Aafaq, the dean of student affairs at American International University, Abu Hamza Hijji, responded, writing that Allah the Most Merciful forbids praying for mercy for the non-Muslim dead, or even for the non-Muslim living, and that it is only permitted to pray that they be rightly guided. He added that what happened was a sad occurrence, but that does not give Muslims the right to transgress the laws of Allah the Most Merciful.
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How could "allah" forbid praying on behalf of non-Muslims? Don't Muslims pray to the same God worshiped by Abraham, David, Moses, and Jesus? If we all share the same God, how could that God allow Christians and Jews to pray on behalf of those of different faiths, but "allah" - allegedly the the same God - would forbid this to Muslims?

The Muslims can keep their false teachings and their impostor god. If "allah" forbids praying on behalf of those with different faiths, then he is not the same God worshipped by Jesus, Moses, Abraham, and David.

I'm going to go have a ham sandwhich and a beer.

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