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‎“The ethics of birth and death”

July 24, 2009

http://thestar.blogs.com/ethics/2009/07/the-ethics-of-birth-and-death.html#comments

Hi friend Stuart Laidlaw

‎”When it comes to motherhood, how old is too old?”‎

It is a good question. I recall here of Zechariah and his wife; who had a child at a very old ‎age. Maybe it also shed a light on the issue on moral and ethical grounds; though I am not ‎sure of their age.‎

I quote from Quran here for a quick reference:

‎[19:1] In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful.‎
‎[19:2] Kaf Ha Ya ‘Ain Sad.‎
‎[19:3] This is an account of the mercy of thy Lord shown to His servant, Zachariah.‎
‎[19:4] When he called upon his Lord, a secret calling,‎
‎[19:5] He said, ‘My Lord, the bones have indeed waxed feeble in me, and the head ‎glistens with hoariness, but never, my Lord, have I been unblessed in my prayer to ‎Thee.‎
‎[19:6] ‘And I fear my relations after me, and my wife is barren. Grant me, therefore, ‎a successor from Thyself,

http://www.alislam.org/quran/search2/showChapter.php?ch=19

This way Yahya or John the Baptist a Messenger Prophet of God Allah YHWH was born ‎from his parents at a very advanced age in the Jews; respected in three revealed religions; ‎Judaism, Christianity and Islam.‎

Does anybody here from the viewers of this article get any idea of their age?‎

Thanks

I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

Quran- and the eradication of slavery‎

July 24, 2009

http://www.faithfreedom.org/2009/07/24/condemning-european-slavery-sparing-islam-‎the-bigger-culprit/‎

Hi friend M A Khan

I think the Christian President of America is justified in making the statement as narrated ‎by you in the following words:‎

‎“President Obama, visiting a slave-fort in Ghana, condemned slavery, pointing to a ‎chruch that stood next to the slave-dungeons, to obviate the popular paradigm as to how ‎European Christians, with sanctions from the church, engaged in black slavery, probably ‎the only slavery that existed in history and is worth condemning.”‎

I also join the American President to condemn every part of slavery that exists anywhere ‎in the world or that existed any time in the history of the world.‎

Rather, I would suggest, the world should follow in foot steps of the humanity loving ‎Muhammad to eradicte slavery from the world; it is very much mentioned in the most ‎natural collection of Revelation from God Allah YHWH called Quran:‎

‎[90:9] Have We not given him two eyes,‎
‎[90:10] And a tongue and two lips?‎
‎[90:11] And We have pointed out to him the two highways of good and evil.‎
‎[90:12] But he attempted not the ascent courageously.‎
‎[90:13] And what should make thee know what the ascent is?‎
‎[90:14] It is the freeing of a slave.‎

http://www.alislam.org/quran/search2/showChapter.php?ch=90&verse=10

I think there is no harm if the world learns from Quran/Islam/Muhammad as to how one ‎should love the humanity and human beings.‎

Thanks

I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

A Messenger Prophet has to take action as commanded by God Allah YHWH in the ‎greater interest of his followers and humanity; to the point that Moses did kill 3000 Jews ‎in a day

July 24, 2009

http://www.faithfreedom.org/2009/07/05/is-islam-really-america%e2%80%99s-second-‎largest-religion/‎

Hi friend Marie

‎“paarsurrey Moses originally did not want to have them killed, infact he begged God to ‎have mercy on them. But when he returned to the camp and saw they were out of control ‎he had no other choice but to stop their vile behavior.”‎

I thank you for admitting that there might come a situation in which a Messenger Prophet ‎of God Allah YHWH might decide to take an action, while he does not like it, he has to ‎take action as commanded by God Allah YHWH in the greater interest of his followers ‎and humanity; to the point that Moses did kill 3000 Jews from the Jewish tribe Levi.‎

If such an action was taken by Moses; then he definitely set an example for future also. ‎The Christians and ex-Christians (if you are one) should understand it. Nevermind‎

Thanks

I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

There is no war going on between Islam/Quran/Muhammad and America or the West

July 24, 2009

http://www.faithfreedom.org/2009/07/13/the-making-of-a-muslim/

Hi friend Moooo

I think brother Moooo got it right in his following conclusions:‎

‎1.‎ ‎“Hey..hey…hey… Why did you compare wars between countries to a ‎religion???”‎

‎2.‎ ‎“Ah, i forgot. The Japanese attacked USA first.” ‎

The wars could be between two or more countries; yet it won’t be a war between two or ‎more religions.‎

A defensive war is justifiable to be fought.‎

These are the logical conclusions drawn by brother Moooo.‎

So, there is no war going on between Islam/Quran/Muhammad and America or the West; ‎as rightly stated by the leaders George W.Bush and now by the President Obama. The ‎war is between the terrorists and the West. I think it is for this that the Governments of ‎Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan are siding with the Americans and the West; rather they ‎are the allies of the West.‎

I don’t mind if you got it lately

Thanks

I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

There weren’t any fatwas (edicts) at the time Muhammad lived

July 22, 2009

http://www.faithfreedom.org/2009/07/13/saudi-arabia-and-why-child-marriage-is-‎allowed/‎
Hi friend Moooo

You said, “Is there any fatwa that forbid marrying a child?”‎

Please mind it, we are talking of Quran/Islam/Muhammad; there weren’t any fatwas ‎‎(edicts) at the time Muhammad lived. The natural Quranic Revelation was to be ‎followed. Since Muhammad did not do it as it was never commanded by God Allah ‎YHWH so it is not there; as simple as that.‎

I think it is now clear to everybody here.‎

Thanks

I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

All human beings are equals in the eyes of God Allah YHWH‎

July 21, 2009

‎“Jimmy Carter parts ways with Southern Baptists”‎
Is Islam next for Jimmy?

http://www.thestar.com/article/669261

It took him…‎

Paarsurrey says:‎

Hi friend mmitchc633‎

Yes, in all monotheistic religions women are not made head of the religious rituals; I ‎think that is but natural; and might be woman also like it; to mention it as ‎subjugation might not be correct, in my opinion.‎

In the field of Sciences and Arts; the role of women in the human history has been ‎naturally second to woman.‎

All human beings are equals in the eyes of God Allah YHWH.‎

Thanks

I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim