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Re: Zarb-e-Momin Terrorist Newspaper should be ban
by NetEngr on 21 Aug 2008, 09:58
Zarb-e-Momin is momin per zreb ...This is directly issue and instructed by iblees and evils .talibans are the groups of evil,shaitann kay sathi ,jangli ,haram khor ,adam khor kuttay
Re: Zarb-e-Momin Terrorist Newspaper should be ban
by NetEngr on 21 Aug 2008, 10:26
Pakistan is the only country where every one can write on the name of Islam .Molvies have more power then the government ,Molvies are allowed to kill on the name of Islam ,Provoke killings and fitna .Pakistan is the only muslim country where this is happening .All the Maderisas are now becoming recruitment of Taliban .Last 10 years there had been huge funding in maderisas when the student are having monthly money ,free accommodation , free 3 times meal et c .daily expences of each madersa is in thousands where poor people of pakistan are suffering because of inflation . where this money is comming from ???? .there shouls be one or 2 madersa in one big city as it is in other muslim world but in pakistan it is at every corner of the street this is not for deen this is funded by CIA or elase to create taliban type jangli all over the pakistan
Brother I just dont want to comment on your posts just revist your writings once again and decide that are you just shouting and putting blaims and above all "ABUSING" a group or a sect of certian class or you are proving all with certian facts and figures??... You may a have a difference of opinion...but this is no way to prove your point of view on baseless statements and there is no use of Abusing @ someone...this will not creat an effect rather it will provoke those who are indifferent in such matters to counter your statements...
@ NetEngr, iloveislam, Decent... and above all for myself....I strongly recommend to read the following....The discussion RulesA debate is only justified to unveil truth, so that the more knowledgeable should impart knowledge to the less knowledgeable, and to stimulate a weaker intellect." - adh-Dhahabi
"I never talked with someone but sincerely wished that Allah guard him, protect him from sin and misdeed, and guide him; and I never debated with someone but sincerely wished that we would come upon truth, regardless of whether he or I should be the one to think of it first." - Imam al-Shafi`i
"Cooperation in seeking truth is inherent to religion, but sincerity in the pursuit of truth can be distinguished by certain conditions and signs. A diligent seeker of truth may be compared to one who is looking for his lost camel. It would be immaterial for him if he or another person should be the one to find it. Likewise, a sinceretruth-seeker would perceive his partner as a helper rather than an adversary, and would be grateful to him if he should guide him to truth." - Al-Ghazali
"If quoting, maintain accuracy; if claiming, provide proof." [Anaphorism of Muslim scholars]
"Some scholars used to excuse anyone who disagrees with them in debatable matters, and did not insist that he should accept their view. - Ibn Qudama [Al-Mughni]
"My viewpoint is right, but can be wrong; and my adversary's viewpoint is wrong, but can be right." [An aphorism of Muslim scholars]
"I have never debated with a knowledgeable person but beaten him, and I have never debated with an ignorant person but been beaten by him."- Imam al-Shafi`i
"Let each one of the debaters accept statements of the other party supported with proof. By doing that, he would demonstrate a nobility and self-respect, and he would prove himself to be an acceptor of truth." - Ibn Akeel
"Over-enthusiasm is a mark of corrupted scholars, even when the case they are defending is true. By showing excessive enthusiasm for truth and their contempt of their opponents, the latter would be stimulated to retaliate and react in the same manner. They would be driven to stand for falsehood and to be true to the label attributed to them...Ifthe champions of truth had spoken kindly to them avoiding publicityand humiliation they would have succeeded in winning them over. But as it is, a person who enjoys a place of prestige is strongly inclined to preserve his position by attracting followers, and the only way to that is to boast and to attack or curse adversaries." - Al-Ghazali
"I never debate with someone and he accepts my proof except that I hold him in high esteem, and I never debate with someone and he refuses my proof except that I lose all esteem for him." - Imamal-Shafi`i
"If you sit with scholars, my son, be more interested in listening than in speaking. Learn good listening just as you learn good speaking. Never interrupt a speaker, even if he takes long, until he comes to an end." -Advice of Al-Hasan ibn Ali (radhiallahu `anhu) tohis son.
"Learn good listening just as you learn good speaking. To be a goodlistener, you should give a speaker time until he concludes, not seeming anxious to reply. Have your face and look in the direction ofthe speaker and try to understand what he says." - Ibn al-Muqaffa