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« on: October 06, 2007, 03:28:58 am »

A few days ago there was a story on CBC Newsworld about a movement started by a small group of atheists in North America, commonly termed as the Atheists' Movement.  It began after the publication of certain books on atheism written by persons such as Richard Dawkins and his likes.  These atheists proclaim that since they don't feel the presence of God, they don't believe.  They say they need a clear proof of God's existence.   It's actually a common diatribe, the purpose of which is little beyond the release of pent up fury and media publicity that's fast becoming an incurable disease.  Their very approach is a proof of how little they know their own minds, let alone understanding God.

First, with such an attitude, how in the world do they expect to feel God's presence?  God has already stated that He awakens the minds of only those who make an effort to reach out to him. 

"Those who disbelieve say: If only a portent were sent down upon him from his Lord! Say: Lo! Allah sendeth whom He will astray, and guideth unto Himself all who turn (unto Him),
Who have believed and whose hearts have rest in the remembrance of Allah. Verily in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest!"  (13:27-28)


But if a person challenges His presence and rejects Him on the basis of their own pride, He makes the distance between them and Him greater with the passing of each day.  As a consequence, such people only find themselves sinking deeper into the quagmire of confusion, in that, the answers to their queries  get more elusive. 

To begin analysing the demand of the atheist movement, which is, a debate to prove the presence of God - let's think for a moment.  What does the term "faith" mean?  I would elucidate it as having trust and confidence in something one hasn't seen or experienced, yet they rely on its positive outcome because their conscience / intuition tells them to do so.  In other words, faith is something we embrace on the basis of our intuitional values & feelings rather than tangible proof.  Thus, our minds and hearts feel more comfortable accepting the call of your conscience than rejecting it.  This aspect alone contributes to establishing our faith within us.  And this is precisely how we build up our faith in God. 

It's a matter of common sense that if an unknown phenomenon gets unravelled with all its intricacies disclosed before our eyes, then the question of faith or trust is no longer required.  The unseen becomes the seen.  Hence the stage of 'faith' is automatically over. 

The Almighty God has highlighted some very important basics in the Glorious Quraan which I need to mention briefly for the clarification of my point. 

1) God has warned humankind that regardless of their earthly power, knowledge and lack of patience, they will have plenty of limitations and will never be able to break through the barrier of the Unseen.

"Wait they for naught else than that Allah should come unto them in the shadows of the clouds with the angels ? Then the case would be already judged. All cases go back to Allah (for judgment)."  (2:210)  

2) God has stated and reiterated many times that His Rule of Law will not change.  Humankind is completely helpless before it.

3)  God has asserted that He makes none to share His Sovereignity.  Therefore none can know His secrets, except those matters which He decides to disclose to mankind. 

"He knoweth that which is in front of them and that which is behind them, while they encompass nothing of His knowledge save what He will."  (2:255)

Considering the above points and the definition of the term 'faith,' a debate on such an issue would itself negate its own purpose.   Since 'faith' by itself means trusting the Unseen, thus it is not subject to proof.  An atheist must realize that if in such a debate the presence of God is proven with any visible or tangible evidences, that would be a victory for the atheist and not for the believer, because it would mean that God has broken His promise by revealing a matter which He said He wouldn't until the Day of Judgment.  But God never breaks His promise nor does He ever alter His established norms.  Therefore, the atheists might as well write off their quest for they will never attain the type of 'victory' they're seeking. 


To read other links on similar lunatics, check the following posts.  Islam is always the favorite bashing target of these sub-human creatures.

- Blunders and flaws of atheism (atheists Jonathan Miller Steven Weinberg)
- Beware of the ugly tantrums of another cult called Dr. John L. Perkins
- Beware of another cult with ID 'Ayesha Ahmed'
- Beware of another one belonging to the Islam-hating cult: Abul Kasem
- Atheists - losers from the beginning
- What kind of people show enemity towards Islam
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« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2007, 01:48:27 am »

The Richard Dawkins cult propaganda is a very old one.  Just as a traditional hadith adherent's favorite topic is we wouldn't know to pray without hadith, similarly an atheist's hackneyed question is that if God created everything in the universe then who created God.  Their desire to stereotype makes them forget logic.  Science upholds that everything in the universe has a beginning and an end.  Moreover, the creation and existence of everything in the universe is an outcome of some event.  This vast expanse looks infinite to the human mind because we can comprehend only so much.  But in reality there is a starting point which no one created and no one can ever penetrate through its secrets.  That's the position of God.   Praise be to Him and Him alone!

Thus, the Almighty God tells such people in the Quran that their rebellion is only against their own soul.
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« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2007, 01:58:55 am »

An atheist must realize that if in such a debate the presence of God is proven with any visible or tangible evidence, that would be a victory for the atheist and not for the believer, because it would mean that God has broken His promise by revealing a matter which He said He wouldn't until the Day of Judgment.† But God never breaks His promise nor does He ever alter His established norms.† Therefore, the atheist might as well write off his ambitions for he will never attain the type of 'victory' he is hankering after.†

I would take this as the essence of the post, and it's how I would perceive it too.  A believer's heart is always more content with the invisibility of God.  It strengthens the believer's faith in the Omnipotence of the Almighty God.

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« Reply #3 on: October 07, 2007, 02:07:06 am »


I would take this as the essence of the post, and it's how I would perceive it too.  A believer's heart is always more content with the invisibility of God.  It strengthens the believer's faith in the Omnipotence of the Almighty God.

Fine post. 



Yep, personally I agree fully.  I once mentioned the same aspect to a person who keeps stereotyping the Divine Faith.  He replied referring to the event in the Noble Quran that Prophet Abraham (pbuh) once asked God to show His portents.  The guy interpreted this as Abraham asking for proof of the omnipotence of God.  How would you interpret it?  Just curious ..
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« Reply #4 on: October 07, 2007, 02:25:22 am »


Yep, personally I agree fully.  I once mentioned the same aspect to a person who keeps stereotyping the Divine Faith.  He replied that Prophet Abraham (pbuh) once asked God to show His portents.  The guy interpreted this as Abraham asking for proof of the omnipotence of God.  How would you interpret it?  Just curious ..


Well, it could be interpreted as a mistake on the part Prophet Abraham (pbuh) to make this request to the Almighty God.  And perhaps for this reason God asked Abraham why he made this request, to which Abraham immediately regretted and replied that his faith was strong as ever and he only asked as it was a desire of his heart.  Then, God forgave Abraham's mistake in asking such a question and fulfiled his request by showing him a Divine sign of bringing back the dead birds to life.

However, since it was Abraham who asked this question, and Abraham's closeness to God and the strength of his faith in the Almighty God is so well established that such a request from Abraham cannot be equated with a similar query from any other person.  That just happens to be the truth.
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« Reply #5 on: October 07, 2007, 02:30:53 am »


Well, it could be interpreted as a mistake on the part Prophet Abraham (pbuh) to make this request to the Almighty God.  And perhaps for this reason God asked Abraham why he made this request, to which Abraham immediately regretted and replied that his faith was strong as ever and he only asked as it was a desire of his heart.  Then, God forgave Abraham's mistake in asking such a question and fulfiled his request by showing him a Divine sign of bringing back the dead birds to life.

However, since it was Abraham who asked this question, and Abraham's closeness to God and the strength of his faith in the Almighty God is so well established that such a request from Abraham cannot be equated with a similar query from any other person.  That just happens to be the truth.


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« Reply #6 on: September 30, 2011, 10:29:30 pm »

It's a known fact that the sole contents of atheistic arguments are bundles of discrepancies and flaws along with their diehard stubbornness to uphold them.  An educated and rational person who is looking for some substance in a discussion surely won't find that in a conversation with an atheist.  The aggression and arrogance typical of the atheistic behavior is basically a reflection of their own secret fears and the doubts they privately nurture on their thoughts and attitudes.  Being too ashamed to acknowledge their guessworks / illusions and too weak to abide by the rules of the Monotheistic Faith, their only strategy to vent their pent up frustration is denial, anger, ridicule, insults and sarcasm which an unthinking mind might interpret as "intellectualism."  Furthermore, the atheistic community has since long made itself notorious for preaching what it never practices.  The arch atheist, Stephen Hawking, said "the enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it's the illusion of knowledge."  Coming from a man like him, this sounds like pelting stones from a glasshouse .. nay, going into the depth of shamelessness through self-contradiction.  Being a theoretical physicist and cosmologist, this
man has himself been the master of all illusions.   Thus, I would say,
leave these ignorant heathens to their own devices.  Earthly life is too
temporary.  Hell will settle their account.

"And when it is said unto him: Be careful of thy duty to Allah, pride taketh him to sin.  Hell will settle his account, an evil resting-place."  (2:206)


Recently I confronted quite a few of such sub-human creatures at facebook too.  Their lowest of low IQ left me astonished. 

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« Reply #7 on: September 30, 2011, 11:20:31 pm »

That's right sis.  These buggers perpetually have some strange kinda insect crawling in and out of the annal passage that keeps itching them so much that they're constantly filled with frustration & restlessness.  They know they cannot vent their cranky ass-blown mood swings on the world so they pick Islam as their target.

And yeah, just remember the following group of venomous Hell bound sick clowns and butt scratchers .. so anything u read from them you'll know the depth of its inaccuracy and full blown lies.  Any garbage that comes out of the mouth of the following (and I'm sure there are many more to add to that list), print their lies on your printer, attach it to your toilet roll and use it to wipe your ass and dry your butt cheeks.

- richard dawkins
- john perkins
- ali sina
- ayesha ahmed
- abul kasem
- pamela geller
- robert spencer
- wafa sultan
- ayan hirsi ali
- nonie darwish
- irshad manji
- hasan yousef
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« Reply #8 on: September 30, 2011, 11:23:45 pm »

LOL ,, looool ,,,, Some of these stinking rotten eggs that probably came out of the asshole of some poor embarrassed farm chicken who accidentally farted and gave birth at the same time and through the same hole, have also converted to evangelical christians.  They are not different from atheists.  They're all a bunch of spiteful lying narcissists who have lost badly in life, who couldn't make money through hard work nor through any good work so their shortcut to make $$$$ could be nothing else but the spread of Islamophobia.  Atheists claim they shoot out at all religions .... nah nah nah .. not all religions.   Other religions come only as a brief formality to avoid looking blatantly biased.  It's a cleverly planned part of the  strategy.  After quick and sketchy half-hearted critisizms of other religions, they heartily roll their dirty sleeves for their much awaited long drawn attack on Islam - their real goal - like greedy hyenas who haven't eaten a cadaver since months.  Be it atheists, agnostics, zionists, zionist evangelical christians or the bigoted hindus .... as someone put it very precisely, the only job available to such egomaniacs & sociopaths in this new world order is "milking the Islamophobic cash cow for all itís worth."
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« Reply #9 on: October 03, 2011, 05:02:50 am »

LMAO !!
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