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Islam in Brief - Does God Exist?

mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
How can ye reject the faith in God?- seeing that ye were without life, and He gave you life; then will He cause you to die, and will again bring you to life; and again to Him will ye return.
{Holy Quran 2:28}

Islam in Brief - Does God Exist?

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Watch video: Islam in Brief - The Meaning of Islam
Listen to the Holy Quran: Holy Quran with English Translation
Get a Holy Quran Free: Free Holy Quran
Holy Quran Search/Translations: Noble Quran Search Engine
Holy Bible comparison: Holy Bible compared to Holy Quran
The Overwhelming Scientific Miracles in the Noble Quran: The Scientific Miracles in the Noble Quran
Quran from the first century of Hijra: The Qur'anic Manuscripts
Quran and Scientists': Scientists' Comments On The Qur'an
High flying claims against the Noble Quran: Responses to the so-called "Textual Errors" and "Historical Corruption" in the Noble Quran
Watch this video: How The Qur'an Was Revealed & Compiled - Hamza Yusuf


  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
    How can ye reject the faith in God?- seeing that ye were without life, and He gave you life; then will He cause you to die, and will again bring you to life; and again to Him will ye return.
    {Holy Quran 2:28}

    Why did God Almighty Create Us? Why not eradicate the source of evil?

    From the Humans and Jinns perspective, the purpose of our current life is the worship of God (prayer, etc), this life is a test. A test for us, will we worship God (prayer, etc), or will we forget Him. This is where our focus has to begin. The creation (galaxies, YOU, etc) is a manifestation of God’s attribute of being the creator. In the creation of man within the scheme of things, there manifest God’s attribute of mercy, his attribute of justice and this is the reason for the creation of man from the point of view of God. (summarized from: Why Were We Created? Why did God Almighty Create Us? by Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips (Muslim Scholar, PhD. in Theology, Wales. Ex-Christian/Ex-Marxist-Leninist))

    Evil comes from that which God Almighty has created {Quran 113:2}, He is not evil, He is using this as one of the many tests for us. God has created all that we call the universe as a test for us. This is not our final destination. What we might consider to be "bad" or "good" could actually be quite the opposite. As regards oppression, this is something that God forbids for Himself to do to anyone, and He hates it when anyone oppresses someone else. He does have absolute power over everything. He allows sickness, disease, death and even oppression so that we can all be tested in what we do. (source: Allah - FAQ)

    Reward and punishment are definitely a part of the Next Life on a very permanent basis. Those who suffer in this life and seemly have nothing to show for all their hard works, good deeds and sacrifices and maintaining the faith can look forward to a far greater reward in a place where these things will not be temporary but rather they will be for eternity. Those who corrupt, violate, injure and do evil and destruction seem to escape any justice here, yet in the Next Life they too will see the fruits of their labors, and certainly they will be paid according to what they have done as well. (source: Allah - FAQ)

    A brief enjoyment in this world! - and then unto Us will be their return, then We shall make them taste the severest torment because they used to disbelieve [in God, belie His Messengers, deny and challenge His proofs, signs, verses, etc.]
    {Holy Quran 10:70}

    Why Were We Created? Why did God Almighty Create Us? by Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips (Muslim Scholar, PhD. in Theology, Wales. Ex-Christian/Ex-Marxist-Leninist)

    For a Heavily Summarized Explanation read below:

    All praise is due to God Almighty. May His prayers and blessings be upon his Last Messenger and on all those who follow the path of righteousness until the Last Day. Not just Muslims, but every single human being has to answer the most fundamental question at some point in his or her lifetime: "Why was I created? Why am I here? What am I doing in this world? Why did God create me?"

    When a Muslim addresses this topic, we have to find our understanding from Divine Revelation and NOT human speculation. Because human speculation has no bounds; we can imagine all kinds of things and if any of you has studied philosophy of religion, you will know how many opinions there are about the creation of man and existence. Because of the variety of philosophies which are out there, no one can say this one is correct or that one is incorrect, because there is no guidance behind it. No Divine Revelation. It is only from Divine Revelation that we can determine the reality of our creation, because it is God who has created us and so He knows the purpose of our creation. We can hardly understand it ourselves, much less trying to understand the essence of things. So it is for God to inform us through the revelation in the Qur'an and the Sunnah (the Prophetic traditions) which were brought to us by His Last Messenger and the Messengers before him.

    "The creation of the Heavens and the Earth is indeed greater then the creation of mankind; yet, most of mankind know not." {Surah Ghafir, verse 57}

    The creation is a manifestation of God’s attribute of being the creator. In the creation of man within the scheme of things, there manifest God’s attribute of mercy, his attribute of justice and this is the reason for the creation of man from the point of view of God. From human perspective, why did God create man in terms of for what purpose? Then this is the one we all know and are familiar with: "We did not create the jinn and men except to worship us" {Surah adh-Dhariyyat, verse 56}
    So relative to God, we were created in a means or a way in which God has chosen to manifest his attributes of creation, mercy, grace, etc., and he could have chosen another one. But relative to us as human beings, we know that our purpose is to worship God. As we said, God does not need our worship, a God didn’t need to create. When he created us to worship him, he didn’t create us, out of a need for our worship, because God has no needs.

    Therefore when we look for the purpose of worship, we have to look into man. God created us to worship him, because we need to worship him. It is something he has given us as a means of benefiting ourselves. We are the ones who benefit from it. Worship has been established, fundamentally for the growth, the spiritual growth of man. This growth takes place through the remembrance of God. When you look at all the different aspects of worship, you will see the core of it is focused on the remembrance of God.

    Worship is there for us to remember God. And it is in the remembrance of God, that we achieve that consciousness. Because it is when we forget God, that Shaytan (satan) causes us to disobey God and fall into sin. So it is only in His remembrance that we can attain salvation.

    God has said that he has created us to test us, to see which of us is best in deeds. He is not testing us to know, in the sense that he doesn’t already know, but this world is a test for us in order again that we can grow spiritually. We cannot develop this spiritual characteristic of generosity unless some of us have more than others and then we are required to give of the wealth we have. When we give, we grow. Similarly, if we were not in a position where others had more then us then we wouldn’t have the ability to develop the higher spiritual quality of contentment, patience, satisfaction in what God has given us.

    So it is all there in order to bring out the higher spiritual qualities, which enable us to attain the state, which makes us suitable and eligible to return to paradise. The paradise from which we were created, we were created in paradise and for paradise. Through our choices we have left, in this life, a field of testing, where we can grow to a state where we deserve paradise.

    The purpose of this life is the worship of God, this life is a test. A test for us, will we worship God, or will we forget Him. This is where our focus has to begin.

    That Day mankind will proceed in scattered groups that they may be shown their deeds. So whoever does good equal to the weight of an atom, shall see it. And whoever does evil equal to the weight of an atom, shall see it.
    {Holy Quran 99:6-8}

    - "Allah" is the perfect description of the "One God" of monotheism for Jews, Christians and Muslims. It is for All Three Abrahamic Faiths, "Allah" is the same word used by Christian Arabs and Jewish Arabs in their Bible, centuries before Islam came. On page one of Genesis in the Old Testament, we find the word "Allah" seventeen [17] times. Every hotel and motel has a Bible. Next time you see one look in the introduction, you will find samples of the different languages they have translated.
    - For a complete and detailed explanation, download and read Why Were We Created? Why did God Almighty Create Us? by Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips (Muslim Scholar, PhD. in Theology, Wales. Ex-Christian/Ex-Marxist-Leninist).
    - Click for more: Articles/Q&A About God Almighty (Allah) and Frequent Questions About Islam And Religion
  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
    In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

    Say: He is God, the One and Only;
    God, the Eternal, Absolute;
    He begetteth not, nor is He begotten;
    And there is none like unto Him.

    Al-Ikhlas (The Purity of Faith)
    Holy Quran (Yusuf Ali English Translation)
  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
    By (the Token of) Time (through the ages),
    Verily Man is in loss,
    Except such as have Faith, and do righteous deeds, and (join together) in the mutual teaching of Truth, and of Patience and Constancy.
    {Holy Quran 103:1-3}
  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
    If God created everything - then who created God?
    God is not like his creation, He is not part of His creation, He is eternal, never having a beginning nor an end (even your concept of time/space He created). He is the Eternal, who is sought after by His creation, while He has no need from them at all.

    How can you believe in God, when you can't see, hear, touch, smell, taste or even imagine what He is?
    We use our senses and our common sense to recognize that all of this universe could not possibly come into existence on its own. Something had to design it all and then put it into motion. That is beyond our ability to do, yet it is something that we can understand.
    We don't have to see an artist to recognize a painting, correct? So, if we see paintings without seeing artists painting them, in the same way, we can believe that God created everything without having to see Him (or touch, or hear, etc.).
    While in conversation with God Almighty, Moses (PBUH) himself asked to see Him, "You shall not see Me," replied God Almighty. "But look upon the mountain. If it remains firm upon its base, then only shall you see Me." And the Lord revealed His Glory to the mountain, it crumbled to dust and Moses (PBUH) swooned. "Glory be to You!" Moses (PBUH) exclaimed when he regained his senses. "Accept my repentance. I am the first to believe." (Quran 7:143)

    The supreme trial of the human being in this world is that he or she should believe in God Almighty without actually seeing Him. Even Moses (PBUH) wanted to see God Almighty. But if the greatest bliss of paradise is the sight of the Divine Being, how could it be possible to see Him in this world?

    God Almighty accepted Prophet Moses’ repentance: "Moses, I have chosen you of all mankind to make known My messages and My commandments. Take therefore what I have given you, and be thankful." (Quran 7:144)
  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
  • rick_dcrick_dc Israel. USA. Philippines. PExer
    Aba! Gumawa na ng blog si Mani! And hindi lang basta blog...ang content nito ay pinagsama-samang copy and paste. :lol: :lol: :lol:

  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
    In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

    Say: He is God, the One and Only;
    God, the Eternal, Absolute;
    He begetteth not, nor is He begotten;
    And there is none like unto Him.

    Al-Ikhlas (The Purity of Faith)
    Noble Quran (Yusuf Ali English Translation)
  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
    The media classifies Muslims as "terrorists," "highjackers" and "kidnappers." So why would anyone even look at Islam? Why are so many priests and preachers going to Islam? To know more click: Priests And Preachers Enter ISLAM.

    Muslim Reverts
  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
    "I must remind the Christians that unless they believe in the absolute unity of God, and renounce the belief in the three persons, they are certainly unbelievers in the true God ... The Old Testament and the Qur'an condemn the doctrine of three persons in God; the New Testament does not expressly hold or defend it, but even if it contains hints and traces concerning the Trinity, it is no authority at all, because it was neither seen nor written by Christ himself, nor in the language he spoke, nor did it exist in its present form and contents for - at least - the first two centuries after him."
    - Rev. David Benjamin Keldani

    Former Bishop Rev. David Benjamin Keldani

    Before he became a Muslim and changed his name to Abdul-Ahad Dawud, Rev. David Benjamin Keldani, B.D. was a Roman Catholic priest of the Uniate-Chaldean sect. He was on the teaching staff of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Mission to the Assyrian (Nestorian) Christians at Urmia. He was sent by Cardinal Vaughan to Rome, where he underwent a course of philosophical and theological studies at the Propaganda Fide College, and was ordained Priest. Professor Dawud contributed a series of articles to The Tablet on “Assyria, Rome and Canterbury”; and also to the Irish Record on the “Authenticity of the Pentateuch.” He has several translations of the Ave Maria in different languages, published in the Illustrated Catholic Missions. While in Constantinople on his way to Persia, he contributed a long series of articles in English and French to the daily paper, published there under the name of The Levant Herald, on “Eastern Churches.” He joined the French Lazarist Mission at Urmia, and published for the first time in the history of that Mission a periodical in the vernacular Syriac called Qala-La-Shara, i.e. “The Voice of Truth.” He was delegated by two Uniate-Chaldean Arch*bishops of Urmia and of Salinas to represent the Eastern Catholics at the Eucharistic Congress held at Paray-le-Monial in France under the presidency of Cardinal Perraud. This was, of course, an official invitation. The paper read at the Congress by “Father Benjamin” was published in the Annals of the Eucharistic Congress, called “Le Pellerin” of that year. In this paper, the Chaldean Arch-Priest (that being his official title) deplored the Catholic system of education among the Nestorians, and foretold the imminent appearance of the Russian priests in Urmia.

    For more information (detailed): Former Bishop Accepted Islam
  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
    Muhammad (p) the Reality and Truth

    1. Muhammad (p) was raised unable to read or write, and remained like that till his death. Among all his people, he was known as being truthful and trustworthy. Before receiving revelation, he had no prior knowledge of Religion or any previously sent Message. He remained like that for his first forty years. Revelation then came to Muhammad with the Quran that we now have between our hands. This Quran mentioned most of the accounts found in the previous scriptures, telling us about these events in the greatest detail as if he witnessed them. These accounts came precisely as they were found in the Torah sent down to Moses and in the Gospel sent down to Jesus. Neither the Jews or Christians were able to belie him regarding anything that he said.

    2. Muhammad (p) also foretold of everything that would occur to him and his community after him, pertaining to victory, the removal of the tyrannical kingdoms of Chosroes [the royal title for the Zoroastrian kings of Persia] and Caesar, and the establishment of the religion of Islam throughout the earth. These events occurred exactly as Muhammad foretold, as if he was reading the future from an open book.

    3. Muhammad (p) also brought an Arabic Quran that is the peak of eloquence and clarity. The Quran challenged those eloquent and fluent Arabs of his time, who initially belied him, to bring forth a single chapter like the Quran. The eloquent Arabs of his day were unable to contest this Quran. Indeed, till our day, none has ever dared to claim that he has been able to compose words that equal-or even approach-the order, grace, beauty, and splendor of this Glorious Quran.

    4. The life history of this Noble Prophet was a perfect example of being upright, merciful, compassionate, truthful, brave, generous, distant from all evil character, and ascetic in all worldly matters, while striving solely for the reward of the Hereafter. Moreover, in all his actions and dealings, he was ever mindful and fearful of Allah.

    5. Allah instilled great love for Muhammad (p) in the hearts of all who believed in and met him. This love reached such a degree that any of his companions would willingly sacrifice his (or her) self, mother or father for him. Till today, those who believe in Muhammad honor and love him. Anyone of those who believe in him would ransom his own family and wealth to see him, even if but once.

    6. All of history has not preserved the biography of any person in the manner it has preserved the life of Muhammad, who is the most influential human in history. Nor has the entire earth known of anyone whom every morning and evening, and many times thereafter throughout the day, is thought of by those who believe in him. Upon remembering Muhammad, the believers in him will greet him and ask Allah to bless him. They do such with full hearts and true love for him.

    7. Nor has there every been a man on earth whom is still followed in all his doings by those who believe in him. Those who believe in Muhammad, sleep in the manner he slept; purify themselves (through ablution and ritual washing) in the manner he purified himself; and adhere to his practice in the way they eat, drink, and clothe themselves. Indeed in all aspects of their lives, the believers in Muhammad adhere to the teachings he spread among them and the path that he traveled upon during his life. During every generation, from his day till our time, the believers in this Noble Prophet have fully adhered to his teachings. With some, this has reached the degree that they desire to follow and adhere to the Prophet's way in his personal matters regarding which Allah has not sought of them to adhere to in worship. For example, some will only eat those specific foods or only wear those specific garments that the Messenger liked. Let alone all that, all those who believe in Muhammad repeat those praises of Allah, special prayers, and invocations that he would say during each of his actions during day and night, like: what he would say when he greeted people, upon entering and leaving the house, entering and leaving the mosque, entering and leaving the bathroom, going to sleep and awaking from sleep, observing the new crescent, observing the new fruit on trees, eating, drinking, dressing, riding, traveling and returning from travel, etc. Let alone all that, all those who believe in Muhammad fully perform-even to the minute detail-every act of worship-like prayer, fasting, charity, and pilgrimage-as this Noble Messenger (p) taught and as he himself performed. All of this allows those who believe in him, to live their lives in all aspects with this Noble Messenger as their example, as if he was standing before them, for them to follow in all their doings.

    8. There has never been nor will there ever be a man anywhere upon this earth who has received such love, respect, honor, and obedience in all matters-small and large alike-as has this Noble Prophet.

    9. Since his day, in every region of the earth and during every period, this Noble Prophet has been followed by individuals from all races, colors and peoples. Many of those who followed him were previously Christians, Jews, pagans, idolaters, or without any religion. Among those who chose to follow him, were those who were known for their sound judgment, wisdom, reflection, and foresight. They chose to follow this Noble Prophet after they witnessed the signs of his truthfulness and the evidences of his miracles. They did not choose to follow Muhammad out of compulsion or coercion or because they had adopted the ways of their fathers and mothers.

    Indeed many of the followers of this Prophet (may Allah's blessings peace be upon him), chose to follow him during the time when Islam was weak, when there were few Muslims, and when there was severe persecution of his followers on earth. Most people who have followed this Prophet (p) have done so not to acquire some material benefits. Indeed many of his followers have suffered the greatest forms of harm and persecution as a result of following this Prophet. Despite all this harm and persecution, this did not turn them back from his religion.

    My brethren! All of this clearly indicates to anyone possessing any sense, that this Prophet was truly and really Allah's messenger and that he was not just a man who claimed prophethood or spoke about Allah without knowledge.

    10. With all this, Muhammad came with a great religion in its credal and legal make-up.

    Muhammad described Allah with qualities of complete perfection, and at the same time in a manner that is free of ascribing to Him any imperfection. Neither the philosophers or the wise could ever describe Allah like such. Indeed it is impossible to imagine that any human mind could conceive of an existing being that possesses such complete ability, knowledge, and greatness; Who has subdued the creation; Who has encompassed everything in the universe, small or large; and Who possesses such perfect mercy.

    Nor is it in the ability of any human being to place a perfect law based upon justice, equality, mercy and objectivity for all human activity on earth like the laws that Muhammad brought for all spheres of human activity - like buying and selling, marriage and divorce, renting, testimony, custody, and all other contracts that are necessary to uphold life and civilization on earth.

    11. It is impossible that any person conceive wisdom,, morals, good manners, nobleness of characters as what this honorable Prophet (p) brought.

    In a full and complete manner, Muhammad spread a teaching regarding character and manners toward one' parents, relatives, fiends, family, humanity, animals, plants and inanimate objects. It is impossible for the human mind alone to grasp all of that teaching or come with a similar teaching.

    All of that unequivocally indicates that this Messenger did not bring an) of this religion from his own accord, but that it was rather a teaching and inspiration that he received from the One Who created the earth and the high heavens above and created this universe in its miraculous architecture and perfection.

    12. The legal and credal make-up of the religion that the Messenger, Muhammad, (p) brought resembles the engineering of the heavens and the earth. All of that indicates that He who created the heavens and the earth is the One Who sent down this great law and upright religion.

    The degree of inimitability of the Divine law that was sent down upon Muhammad is to the same degree of inimitability of the Divine creation of the heavens and earth. For just as humanity cannot create this universe, in the same manner humanity cannot bring forth a law like Allah's law that He sent down upon His servant and messenger Muhammad (p).
  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
    The First Night In The Grave

    The Messenger of Allaah (p) said, "When a human being is laid in his grave and his companions return and he even hears their footsteps, two angels come to him and make him sit and ask him: What did you used to say about this man, Muhammad? He will say: I testify that he is Allaah's slave and His Apostle. Then it will be said to him, 'Look at your place in the Hell-Fire. Allaah has changed for you a place in Paradise instead of it.' The Prophet (p) added, "The dead person will see both his places. But a non-believer or a hypocrite will say to the angels, 'I do not know, but I used to say what the people used to say! It will be said to him, 'neither did you know nor did you take the guidance (by reciting the Qur'aan).' Then he will be hit with an iron hammer between his ears, and he will cry and that cry will be heard by whatever approaches him except human beings and jinns." [Saheeh: Al-Bukhaaree (2/422), Muslim, Ahmad, Abu Daud, from Anas.]

    For further reading:
    The First Night In The Grave
    What Happens in the Grave?
    "Allah" is the same word used by Christian Arabs and Jewish Arabs in their Bible, centuries before Islam came.
  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
    "Every soul shall have a taste of death in the end to Us shall ye be brought back." {Noble Quran 29: 57}
    "...When death approaches one of you, Our angels take his soul, and they never fail in their duty." {Noble Quran 6:61}


    The Destroyer of Pleasures


    Did you ever stop for a while and asked yourself... What is going to happen to me the first night in my grave? What have I prepared for death? Will I be in heaven or Hell fire? How often do I remember death? Think about the moment your body is being washed and prepared to enter your grave... Think about the day people will be carrying you to your grave.. and your families crying... Think about the moment you are put in your grave Just imagine...yourself in your grave...down there in that dark hole... ALONE... it's too DARK... you cry for help... But there is no answer... Nobody can help you... Click: Preparing for death? One thing in life is certain - Death.

    Everyone is scared of dying and rightly so. The uncertainty of what lies beyond is frightening. It may be that of all religions, Islam, provides the most graphic details of what comes after death and lies beyond. Islam views death to be a natural threshold to the next stage of existence.


    "...But verily the Home in the Hereafter, that is life indeed, if they but knew." {Noble Quran 29:64}

    "...He (Allah) Who created Death and Life, that He may try which of you is best in deed: and He is the Exalted in Might, Oft-Forgiving." {Noble Quran 67:2}

    "Remember often the destroyer of pleasure." - Prophet Muhammad (p)

    "Allah" is the same word used by Christian Arabs and Jewish Arabs in their Bible, centuries before Islam came.

    For further reading:
    Belief in Life after Death
    Death - the Destroyer of Pleasures
    Remember the Destroyer of Pleasures: Death
  • retxedretxed Member PExer
    sagutin ko sana.....
  • Mikey_ArroyoMikey_Arroyo Banned by Admin PExer
    anong brief....warren, hanford or SOEN
  • rick_dcrick_dc Israel. USA. Philippines. PExer
    Gumawa na siya ng sarili niyang blog! :o

    Face it, mani. You're so pathetic.
  • tontontonton Let's stop and talk awhile. PExer
    rick_dc wrote: »
    Gumawa na siya ng sarili niyang blog! :o

    Face it, mani. You're so pathetic.

    As if may magagawa yang panlalait mo sa kanya.:rotflmao:
  • rick_dcrick_dc Israel. USA. Philippines. PExer
    ^Yeah, you're right. LOL. He'll keep on doing these things... oh wait, bakit biglang tumigil kakapaste? Naubusan na ba siya ng website? LOL
  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
    Joshua Evans (Former Youth Minister)


    "I was raised by my grandparents in Greenville, South Carolina in a very strict Methodist home. In my teenage years, I became very involved in the church and was studying at a small Bible college in my hometown with the intention of eventually enrolling in Bob Jones University. I was learning to read the Bible in Hebrew and Greek and was very interested in textual criticism of the Bible. It was during these years of intense Bible study that I read the Bible cover to cover a half a dozen times. In doing so, I realized there were many inconsistencies and contradictions. not only in the text, but in the message preached by Jesus himself and what I had been taught all my life based on the writings of Paul. I then realized the Bible was not the inerrant Word of God as I had always been taught. I eventually left Christianity and searched for the truth about God elsewhere.

    I studied every religion from Judaism to Buddhism, Wicca to Bushido. While many religions had certain truths to them, they had major tenants or flaws I could not accept. And none gave me the absolute tangeable proof I was looking for. All praise is due to God, one day I found myself talking with a young Muslim who invited me to jumuah, the Friday service and congregational prayer. When I saw the Muslims praying, bowing and prostrating with their heads on the floor, all the verses of the Bible describing the prayer of the prophets came flooding back to me. I asked for a copy of the Quran, read it from cover to cover in three days, found my tangeable proof, and the rest (as they say) is history.

    Yusha currently works as a full time caller to Islam and has traveled extensively conducting dawah workshops and calling people to Islam. He has studied under numerous teachers in the U.S and egypt.

    Watch videos: Why Joshal Evans chose Islam?
  • mani94mani94 ex-Catholic PExer
    "So I say to you: Keep asking, and it will be given you. Keep searching, and you will find. Keep knocking, and the door will be opened for you"
    Luke 11:9


    What is Jihad?
    Jihad a Holy War?
    About Jihad - Elevate Your Perception
  • AnonymouzAnonymouz Banned by Admin PExer


    Jack Roche or 'Jihad Jack' as he has been labelled is an Australian convicted on a charge of conspiring to commit an offence provided for by the Crimes (Internationally Protected Persons) Act 1976, namely intent to endanger the lives of Israeli diplomats in Canberra, Australia.

    A Muslim convert, Roche was convicted of conspiring to bomb the Israeli embassy in Canberra in 2000.


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