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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by yusuo, Sep 1, 2017.
guess ya learn something every day, neat and an intresting read
Sounds Sexual as hell but yeah sure i will
In Japan Eid is celebrated on Xmas LOL #KFC (do you get the joke?)
Really? i have been to Manchester a few times. Mainly for Airport visits but yeah i diddnt now that.
Sory, haven't sleept in 20+ hours.
LOL NO! Why does everyone always bring up futa.....you now what dont answer that one. Anyways, weird and disgusting genres aside, i was referring to the fact that during xmas. The Japanese populace tend to celebrate Xmas buy purchasing Bucket-loads of KFC! meaning a lot of chickens meet their demise (thus linking back to your "sacrifice feast comment")
More info on that here:
Fun fact: Did you now that KFC kills Approximately 1 Billion chickens per year? (poor chickens) pssst if you ask me, the chickens should plan a "chicken run"
and in case you diddnt get the Chicken run reference here is what that is all about:
edit: oh and go to bed now! Beauty sleep is important you now
Oh, I knew that the FKC was a huge thing in Japan. I even knew that eating KFC during XMAS is considered a luxury or something.
But honestly... my brain couldn't relate the chickens with suicidal folks.
KFC chickens are raised for that purpose. That's why there's a thing called Farms specialized in raising animals just for that purpose:
Now, on my defense, I don't eat meat that often. So to me, chicken factory/farms are completely neutral to me, yes it's sad, but I blame the whole world over-population.
Anyways... I didn't wanted to interrupt the holidays with my nonsense.
But, yeah... now I get your joke
Yeah it is sad and unfortunately many animals are bred for that purpose. Oh hey regarding your statement, there was one portion i diddnt understand which was this one "my brain couldn't relate the chickens with suicidal folks." mind explaining what you mean by this?
I really dont. I do have a few ideas as to what you might be talking about tho... So which one are you talking about??
Go to the first joke.
The futa one?
Obviously I'm talking about the muslim terrorists attacks all over the world.
*May be mistaken, but meh...
I dont get the joke i am afraid.....nor am i laughing
happy Eid al-Adha, dude-bros.
It the same story, Islam comes from Christianity. I believe muhammad was actually catholic
This is an interesting topic you brought up here. Muslims actually accept the Bible as being the word of god. But there are some complications that occured which is why we dont follow the bible.
Also, I dont want to derail this thread anymore but this is the last time hopefully
What are the complications you ask? well, the info below might be an interesting read for you:
MUSLIMS BELIEVE IN THE TAURAH, ZABOOR, INJEEL AND QUR’AN
Four revelations of Allah (swt) are mentioned by name in the Qur’an: the Taurah, the Zaboor, the Injeel and the Qur’an.
Taurah, the revelation i.e. the Wahi given to Moosa (a. s.) i.e. Moses (pbuh).
Zaboor, the revelation i.e. the Wahi given to Dawood (a.s.) i.e. David (pbuh).
Injeel, the revelation i.e. the Wahi given to Isa (A.S.) ie. Jesus (pbuh).
‘Al-Qur’an’, the last and final Wahi i.e. revelation given to the last and final Messenger Muhammad (pbuh).
It is an article of faith for every Muslim to believe in all the Prophets of God and all revelations of God. However, the present day Bible has the first five books of the Old Testament attributed to Moses and the Psalms attributed to David. Moreover the New Testament or the four Gospels of the New Testament are not the Taurah, the Zaboor or the Injeel, which the Qur’an refers to. These books of the present day Bible may partly contain the word of God but these books are certainly not the exact, accurate and complete revelations given to the prophets.
The Qur’an presents all the different prophets of Allah as belonging to one single brotherhood; all had a similar prophetic mission and the same basic message. Because of this, the fundamental teachings of the major faiths cannot be contradictory, even if there has been a considerable passage of time between the different prophetic missions, because the source of these missions was one: Almighty God, Allah. This is why the Qur’an says that the differences which exist between various religions are not the responsibility of the prophets, but of the followers of these prophets who forgot part of what they had been taught, and furthermore, misinterpreted and changed the scriptures. The Qur’an cannot therefore be seen as a scripture which competes with the teachings of Moses, Jesus and the other prophets. On the contrary, it confirms, completes and perfects the messages that they brought to their people.
Another name for the Qur’an is the ‘The Furqan’ which means the criteria to judge the right from the wrong, and it is on the basis of the Qur’an that we can decipher which part of the previous scriptures can be considered to be the word of God.
So that is what Muslims believe in regards to the bible and the other two holy books. This is why there are MANY similarities between Muslims, Christians and Jews. Why we cant all get along? is a question our children's children will be asking after we learn our lesson the hard way.
Edit: Essentially the short version is that Muslims believe that the Bible and the other two books are the word of God.
But we also believe that when those 3 prophets passed on. The followers of those holy books forgot the teachings and even changed them and thus that is why Muslims follow the Quraan. We believe the Quraan is the final and complete version since unlike the other 3 books, the Quraan was carried into the heavens by god after Prophet Muhammad passed on. And thus because it was taken to heaven, it can never be corrupted or changed.
So yes we all technically follow the same God, But Muslims believe that the Quraan is the final version and thus the true one which is why Islam exists.This also explains the countless similarities between the bible,Quraan and Torah.
so uh, maybe take a few don't-be-a-cunt pills? no one her committed any of em.
yup. we all worship the same god, technically.
Yeah that is true we do technically follow the same god. Just follow different books lol.
And regarding that user, i cba with the type of "talk" that he wants. So lets just leave that talk alone...