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Discussions / Re: matwatir ahadees
« on: January 24, 2014, 10:28:45 AM »

The only source of Islam is the Quran. How can anyone trust or give creditability to an author (s) or sayings who's writings are guessed to be accepted to be the truth or not. Most importantly, Allah says not to go by anything but the Quran so why would someone who follows Islam go against what Allah says vs a man who you never met?

It is still considered Idolization because people are obsessed with Prophet Muhammad and think he said any of this rubbish stuff.  Muhammad  NEV ER taught anything but the Quran. It is in the Quran, Allah's words, every single one of them, that Muhammad received and taught. Islam is not about prophet Muhummed, it is about Allah and his words. So how can Muhammad have gone against Allah's word? Sounds silly doesn't it?

 Everything is in the Quran.. It is complete and has everything any human God created will need. If something is not in there, our Creator knows best why it is not needed.  Besides the Quran, NOTHING is part of Islam.  Muhammad did not invent Islam. His missionary was to reveal and preach what was revealed to him.

 I attached Brother Joseph's link that explains all this..


Discussions / Re: Sharia Law
« on: January 24, 2014, 10:09:21 AM »
Salaam Sardar,

I think you are missing my point and Question when I asked about where I can get a book or info regaurding what is in that magical book called Sharia Law is.  Not to follow it or compare it to what the Quran says. I already know the rules from Allah in the Quran.

Discussions / Re: Sharia Law
« on: January 24, 2014, 05:37:31 AM »
Salaam Sardar,

 I only follow the Quran. I do not follow hadith, sunnah or sharia, imams, scholors mullahs.

I am just interested to see what actually is in it for my report instead of going on the internet and getting bias views than "facts" of what actually is in the magic law book, as it can not be matter of my opnion and I certainly do not want to be bias in my report and need to treat all involved fairly based in facts vs hersay.

I Agree it is all Judo-Christian as that is what the Hadith is...


Discussions / Sharia Law
« on: January 24, 2014, 04:04:04 AM »
Salaam All

Does anyone know where I can find a book or a webpage that is actually a factual writing on Sharia Law? or a website that lists the Sharia Law by category?
I Goggle it and come with hundreds of hits that leads to nowhere or word of mouth with no evidence.


Shalom Duster

Telling Muslims who follow Hadith, sunnah or both that it is completely forbidden as Allah says in the Quran is like telling Christians that Jesus is not Gods Son, Not God, No Trinity.

Their response... "So 1.7 billion Muslims are wrong?
I respond, so 2.2 Billion Christians are wrong?

They say yes... I automatically give up because I get confused on how one is so blind to see it.

God is not short on words or left things out accidentally to have men put in the words for him. They do not get that!

Salaam Ismail,

Can I just ask you, do you follow some Hadith and Sunna or just the Quran? I just want to see how and where you get your beliefs from as I noticed on several discussion.



Shalom Duster,

I have seen it a couple weeks ago. Written very beautifully God bless him.

If people are ignorant and blind to see the beauty God gives us on earth to share life with his creatures, that is their loss.

What I do not get from many many Muslims is why cats are clean vs dogs, if they do not ponder on the verses brother Joseph wrote about dogs that came right out of the Quran. Blind people have them to see for them. They alert individuals with impaired hearing to intruders or sounds, providing protection or rescue work, pulling a
wheelchair, or fetching dropped items among hundreds more I did not mention

Shalom Dauster,

Indeed, I agree. The phobia is not from the Quran. It is from unicorn books called Hadith and Sunna.   :D

Dispite of nothing prohibiting dogs and God talks about them in Sura the Cave and different verses onm hunting, many muslims take men written fiction over Allahs. Same about pigs, God said not to eat swine, he did not say do not touch a pigs, or have one for a pet.

I am told I am going to hell by some because I have a dog in my house. All this is having know knowlege in what the Quran says and their deen as far as I am concerned.

Here is the TRUTH about dogs that brother Joseph wrote's%20catch%20FM3.htm

Kol Tuv



Dogs lick themselves in certain places that they are able to reach i.e, to clean their personal private area, also front paws. So it's apparently important to them that that is kept clean. Allah, Subhanna hu, created each animal type with certain abilities than the other. A dog is not as flexible as a cat. Dogs actually do not have a smell to them. The owner needs to bath them. And it is not much work nor a biggy.

A home is not a home with out a present of dogs... or cats for some.

Dogs and cats belong in the homes of people who appreciate Allah's creation and people who love the companionship and love they give.

p.s you have no idea how much you are missing out on when it comes to animals being a part of your home. There is nothing that is any value to me in this universe besides Allah, first and than animals especially dogs.

Humans belong on Mars if I had it my way.  :)



Under normal circumstances, cats keep on licking their whole body clean. They do this to their kitten too.

In addition to the extremely disgusting annoyance of carrying one's waste glued to ones body, see what Nanny Culture and ultra urbanization does:

A. Ismail Sait.


lol .... do you live in a bubble? You wash them. I put diapers with pads in them when my dog got her periods before she got pregnant. I hope you know animals are much more cleaner than us humans..  ;)

Islamic Duties / Re: women and hajj
« on: January 23, 2014, 04:45:40 AM »
WA Alyikum A Salaam Brother Joseph,

Thank You for clarifying. Yes, Indeed InshaAllah,  I will be able to go through this pilgrimage myself, and Indeed will go to Madina for the purpose you did as well and not Shirk.

May Allah Guide everyone to the true path!!


Islamic Duties / Re: women and hajj
« on: January 22, 2014, 02:03:33 AM »
Salaam Wakas,

I know, it is sad. Especially when they say women are exempt from in for certain reasons.

Salaam Nura,

I talked to my friend who is a vet, he said look into birth control that they have for cats... It has advantages and disadvantages for health risks.

Lol, they do have little cat diapers as well, that you can put on her..

Islamic Duties / Re: women and hajj
« on: January 22, 2014, 01:52:18 AM »
Salaam Sardar,

Here is the link to Brother Josephs writing on the Jaijj


Islamic Duties / Re: A counter to Quranists
« on: January 22, 2014, 01:39:00 AM »
Salath & Saum
1-If Salath is Following Alla's Commands then why should we make wadu & go to Masjid only as Following Commands is 24/7 Job

2-If Saum is not fasting but meant forTraining &Re-comitting Quran in daily life during Ramazan then
why should one stop when night falls
A counter to Quranists & non believers about Salath & Saum

Salaam Alyikim,  Sadar
What is a Quranist?

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