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Discuss Latest World News / Re: Trouble in Turkey!
« on: June 20, 2013, 07:03:27 AM »
turkey isn't an Islamic Country nor a dictator country. so yeah, its strange..

General Issues / Questions / Re: Doesn't make sense
« on: June 20, 2013, 07:01:36 AM »
a testimony of dream? my Question to christian that they never answer is, "John Smith (a Mormon founder) had a dream thay he met Father and the Son, so they tell him to create a new kingdom in a right way" -> this is the exact same dream like another new-born again Christian that claim to met Jesus either in their dream or in reallity.

the Question is, is it possible that Jesus, Father and the Holy Ghost come to different person and tell them a different thing, even oftenly contradict each other? Like Jesus said to A that he should build a churhc, then Jesus said to B that he should stay away from A's church, and Jesus said to C that neither A & B are true, so C is the only one that jesus ever meet (whether in reallity or dream), then D said Jesus told him to convert to Hinduism. And E said Jesus along with Mary told him to come back to Catholic Church, and last, F said Jesus brought him to Heaven and make him see Pope and Sang Hyang Widhi in hell.

Salamun alaika,

He is stated and addressed as a singular person, a man.

Okay, so. he is a Man? a Person?


He was the first to become patient of expressive aphasia having suffered stroke because of fumes.

The first reported case of Expressive aphasia-Sa'mri- "لا مساس no touching"

have no idea for this explanation  :confused:


As per my understanding alSamiri cannot be a name as it is used with "AL" and as far as I know none of the names in alQuraan is used with al.

May Allah increase our knowledge and guide us on His path :pr

so, Samiri isn't a person nor a Nation?
so what would it be? a Tittle?


some christian missionary point this "historical error" (compare to their bible) in the Quran. The problem is the as-samiri, some muslim scholars regard as-samiri as a nation (Samaritans) and some as a Person (single person)

any thoughts?
is it a person or a nation?

if its a nation, then islam-awareness already made an argument in

﴾ Ali Imran:28 ﴿
Let not believers take disbelievers as allies rather than believers. And whoever [of you] does that has nothing with Allah, except when taking precaution against them in prudence. And Allah warns you of Himself, and to Allah is the [final] destination.

General Issues / Questions / Re: Are a muslim or a Muslim?
« on: May 12, 2013, 10:25:17 AM »
@357, what's difference between muslim and Muslim?

imagine if i tell people not to call me Muslim, but call me muslim

General Issues / Questions / Re: Are a muslim or a Muslim?
« on: May 12, 2013, 10:14:53 AM »
neither, im a MoezLiM

Thanks guys for the answer! :D
it satisfy me enough

Questions/Comments on the Quran / Re: Who is "We" in quran verses?
« on: May 11, 2013, 10:16:17 AM »

"We" are not Allah, because Allah is alone. Please take a look at 20:11-14, it uses "I" instead of "We", Allah knows how to say I :)
Please note in 20:11, the one who is giving us this info is someone else [third person].

- Musa was called.
- Called by whom? [referring to Allah, but not mentioned in this aayat].
- Someone other than these two [Allah and Musa] informing us about this incident.

Who are they? Who informed us? They are "WE". WE simply means US, it is not always referring to Malaaika [angels], but sometimes yes, depends upon the context. Like for example:

To Zachariyya, WE gave good tidings of a son, Yahya 19:7. Who are WE in this aayat? It is referring to Malaaika. Malaaika gave good tidings to Zachariyya of a son, Yahya 3:38-39. And also please check 19:64.

I understand that WE are those who holds the authority from Allah; like power of attorney, to work on behalf of Him. And you already knew that power of attorney will not be given to anyone, but it is given to those who are very much reliable and loyal. So, WE includes Malaaika, Rooh, and others [we don't know them]. WE is used simply to show a plural, and whom is it referring to depends upon the context.

To understand this properly, please take a look at 39:49 and 39:8 and compare them, you will see what I as saying inshaAllah.

May Allah increase our knowledge and guide us on His path :pr

so, the Quran is not a 100% God's word? it also words of Angels?

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