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I am into research & development on smartphones. Dedicated to develop applications on Android,Blackberry, iPhone and Windows Mobile.

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Mar
11
comment Among the gentiles, why Job and Bilaam were recognized as prophets whereas Muhammad was not?
@MoriDoweedhYaa3gob The fact of having a concocted and fabricated interpretation of the Torah by Rabbis is very explained and narrated in the Quran. And thus it is well eveident that this notion was pretty much well known in the early days of Islam and particualrly when the direction of the Muslim prayer was changed from Jresusalem to Mecca. The site what you are referring is misleading, contain false information and giving a biased picture of Islam to propogate Judaism.
Dec
2
comment Among the gentiles, why Job and Bilaam were recognized as prophets whereas Muhammad was not?
@MoriDoweedhYa3gob quran.com/6/154. Also quran.com/2/79
Dec
2
comment Among the gentiles, why Job and Bilaam were recognized as prophets whereas Muhammad was not?
Islam believes in respecting all the prophets. No Muslim is a Muslim if he does not beleive in the divinity and prophethood of Moses along with Muhammad's divinity and prophethood. Also the Quran also makes compulsory for Muslims to believe in the revelation of Torah to Moses. However, the Quran further states that Rabbis and Jews among the children of Israel distorted the original and divine text. Also Hebrew (the language of Torah) is not as popular, well read and well understood as Arabic(the language of Quran). Why? May peace and blessings be upon all the prophets (amen)
Dec
27
comment Have Jews believed that Ezra was the son of God?
@SethJ As i said before: "it is not a claim by the Quran but a certain number of Jews used to debate with the Christians in those days at a particular event."
Nov
21
comment I want to be a Jew, but I'm born as a Muslim
@IsaacMoses Fine! The asker is wise eonogh to seek "religious guidance", not a personal one.
Nov
21
comment I want to be a Jew, but I'm born as a Muslim
@DoubleAA The asker does appreciate that he is stll young (almost 19). So he should be guided not just replied biasedly!
Nov
21
comment I want to be a Jew, but I'm born as a Muslim
Can you tell us what intrigued you about Judaism in sepcific and what made you feel that Islam is not for you?
Oct
17
comment Do Jews Support Outlawing the Offending of Prophets?
@IsaacMoses And what isprecisely broad in the petition's text?
Oct
17
comment Do Jews Support Outlawing the Offending of Prophets?
@IsaacMoses What is divine and an integral part of anyone's religion must be respected! According to our Islamic tradition, no Muslim can tolerate or resist mockery of Adam, Noah, Lot, Abraham, Yitzhaq, Yaakov, Yousef, Moses and all the prophets, saint and divine figures belonging or even not belonging to the children of Israel. I just cannot convince that why Judaism being a religion or tradition does not teach to respect other people's beliefs.
Oct
17
comment Do Jews Support Outlawing the Offending of Prophets?
@@DoubleAA This is where the core difference comes in between Judaism and Islam. Judaism talk about mere "religious requirements" while Islam encompasses all spheres of life perosnal, demostic, social, communal, economical and even poltical. No society or community can exist with harmony and peace without "mutual respect" and this is what exactly Islam emphasizes upon!
Oct
16
comment Do Jews Support Outlawing the Offending of Prophets?
@MonicaCellio Why this post is not serving in that capacity for what it was meant to be posted. Can you justify your action?
Oct
16
comment Do Jews Support Outlawing the Offending of Prophets?
Again "beleif" is something else and you are free to believe whatever you like! What matters is expression and speech! I ask you: if someone call names to your mother or father, would you just leave that to G-d?
Oct
16
comment Do Jews Support Outlawing the Offending of Prophets?
The petition speaks about "prophets" and not "ideas"!
Oct
16
comment Do Jews Support Outlawing the Offending of Prophets?
@MonicaCellio You should be able to interpret that petition does talk about "balsphemy" of divine figures in major religions. [Moderator-edited to remove insulting tone.]
Oct
16
comment Do Jews Support Outlawing the Offending of Prophets?
@MonicaCellio FYI: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blasphemy
Oct
16
comment Do Jews Support Outlawing the Offending of Prophets?
So basically mutual respect or interfaith hamrmony are not a part of Judaism at all!!!!????
Oct
16
comment Do Jews Support Outlawing the Offending of Prophets?
So are you implying that blasphemy and disrespecting the divine figures of other people's religions is allowed in Judaism?
Oct
16
comment Do Jews Support Outlawing the Offending of Prophets?
The petition speaks explicitly about "blasphemy"! And not about something what is already there in the religions.
Sep
14
comment Why G-d had to confuse people's languages in the land of Shinar?
The people in Shinar intended to build the Tower of Babel to reach God. Right? Correct me if i am wrong. Anf if i am right the project would have been a never-ending project. So was the inetion good or bad?
Sep
14
comment Why is Judaism not Racism?
There does exist strong differences and oppsition within among Jewish sects. There are so many Jews living in a Muslim Orthodox country like Yemen whos oppose the State of Israel as they feel that they are violating the laws of the Torah from Day 1.