He Called Muslims And Prophet Violent
Channel: Mohammed Hijab
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Have you are you wasting your time on social media again? Your brothers and sisters in Islam net from Norway are establishing a masjid a Dawa center. Establishing a masjid to convey the message of Islam is one of the best deeds a Muslim can do. There's a huge need for an annoying Do you know this and I know this, so that makes even greater, so give generously and Allah azza wa jal give you even
a Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. How are you guys do? There's an individual who continually comes on to Patrick, but David show, value tainment and speaks about Islam. I don't understand why he does this. He's fixated with the topic, and I think he's actually scared to engage with a Muslim polemicist, or an interlocutor on the issues at hand, because he keeps coming on the show, speaking about Islam, using challenging and polemical terms, antagonistic and pejorative language. But if you're going to do that, why not challenge yourself? Let's look at the latest thing this guy has said, and come back and respond in kind. One of the reasons they tend to be a violent
people too, is because their prophet was a very violent person. Christ was not right. Not Not to mention the Trinity. They believe in a lot. There's a lot of differences, right. As you can see, here, the individual is falling into a range of different fallacies and false comparisons.
The first thing I want to outline is the following. He makes a comparison between the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, who we believe is the final prophet sent to all people, and all times that he affirmed the prophets that came before him, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, etc, that he was sent from God. He made a comparison between our Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and Jesus Christ, who Christian people believe, is God incarnate. The question first would be as follows. Why are you comparing Prophet with God? Why not compare God with God? The Christian people believe that Jesus has got ghosts, the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit, that the Father is God, the Son has got
the Holy Spirit is God but there's not three gods but one God, that contradiction aside. The Christian people believe that, that Jesus is God. The Muslim people believe that Prophet Muhammad Hassan was a prophet. Why compare God with Prophet? Why not compare profit and profit? Why not compare Allah and the Trinity? That would be the fat theological comparison. Putting that to the side, and for the sake of argument, I'll proceed anyway. The mistake you're making, my friend is the following. You're saying that the Prophet Muhammad Hassan was a violent man,
and that Jesus was a peaceful man. Jesus, according to the New Testament narrative was never giving political power. In fact, he was whipped into humiliation. So much so that Nietzsche himself who was a post modernist atheist, described this as a kind of slavish morality. Those who follow Christianity is like slaves, because they're following a man who is meant to be God who somehow humbled Himself on the cross, and was pinned on to the, to the crucifix and said, Eli, Eli, lama botany, or God, God, why have you forsaken me? He himself meant to be good. But the point is, he was never given political power. Whereas the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was given
political power. So when the Prophet Muhammad Hassan was given political power, even then, when he was conquering Mecca, he came in if you look at it's a bedrock example, the the narration of how that happened, he was humble and He forgave the people. He forgave the people when it was in his power to destroy everybody in that city. They surrendered the but he forgave them, he didn't destroy them, and it was in his power. So that's you have a Prophet Muhammad, Salah Salem, who in a situation where he could have destroyed the people in the most
in the most grandiose conquests, in his reign in his premiership, and his political premiership did not destroy the people, in fact, forgave them. Jesus Christ in this world was humiliated, beaten, never given political power. In the next world, as you can see in the book of Revelation, chapter two, verse number 23, he not only comes to avenge
all of these kinds of violators, but he comes and kills the people as well who does he kill? If you look at the book of Revelation, chapter two, verse 23, you'll see that he kills Jezebel, the prostitute and her children. So look when Jesus has given according to the biblical narrative, political power, he goes and kills children, and kills prostitutes and kills women and children. Where the profits are our solemn told us not to kill women and children in battle. I don't believe Jesus Christ because I don't believe he would do such a thing. I don't believe Jesus Christ was a racist as mentioned
In the, in the New Testament that he said, he referred to the Gentiles as the dogs and these kinds of things. I don't believe the depiction of Jesus Christ as a humiliated racist, coward effectively, who only destroys women and children, when he's given political power is the correct one. That is the depiction given in the biblical text. Muslims believe that Jesus Christ was a true prophet of God, he was the Messiah, chosen by God, God rescued him. God protected him. He was one of the most honorable people on the face of the earth. He was Jesus, son of Mary, who was a virgin, who was given Immaculate Conception. Yes, and who cured the blind with God's permission, raised the dead
with God's permission, and did all those wonderful things with God's permission, and that he was a prophet and messenger. Yes, tell me one of the two depictions you think is more logically coherent and sound, which appeals to your natural proclivities and instincts and common sense, A or B that I've just mentioned. But of course, this kind of conversation you don't want to have, and you couldn't have and you wouldn't have. Because with all due respect, you're a coward. And I'm gonna say that very clearly. I'm not talking to Patrick, because he's only bringing him as a guest. But I'm speaking to them, the guy himself, who keeps speaking pejoratively about Islamic texts and the
Muslim people. You are a coward. Yes, because you are speaking pejoratively about Islam without the challenge of a Muslim person, being able to respond to you in kind I have done so now that people have listened. You have been shamed. Well Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us to whoever builds a mosque for Allah, Allah were built in a similar house in Jannah. And we know the great reward that will not only be gained but rather will feel your grave after your death. Whenever someone prays that whenever someone gives shahada in the masjid whenever someone learns something in the masjid, yes, that will be something that you
will have on your scale.