Pa TV: Moses was a Muslim who led Muslims in Exodus from Egypt

No surprise here. As I explain at length in my forthcoming book Not Peace But A Sword , which should be out later this year, Islam appropriates the Biblical prophets and claims that they were Muslims who taught Islam , and that their followers wickedly perverted their teachings to create Judaism and Christianity. Full Story
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“Proud Southerner”

Since: May 07

Israel, betach b'HaShem!

#41 Apr 7, 2012
JustAnotherAbdullah wrote:
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Yes but the term MUSLIM and it's true definition just means one who submits to God...
So technically...
Maybe in Arabic. But we don't define ourselves in Arabic nor care for how do you describe it in your language. We are no Muslims, period.

“Proud Southerner”

Since: May 07

Israel, betach b'HaShem!

#42 Apr 7, 2012
rabbee yehoshooah adam wrote:
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rabbee: there is no letter, i in eevreet. and every consonant, must be associated with a vowel. so your source, is bogus. and i have three actual meetings, with HaShem G-D that says you are wrong. this is the end of the sixth day, here in TheTorah actually in TheHappening. do you even know, what to always expect? we are less than two hours, to the seventh day here in TheTorah. do you even know what to expect then? and this, is in the 5700's.
Have you spoken with HaShem directly? Wow, amazing, can you make our appointment?

The letter "I" is identical in sound to the letter "Yud", and besides, we don't seek similarities between two languages with no common roots, so why insist on that matter?
rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#43 Apr 7, 2012
Lipush wrote:
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Have you spoken with HaShem directly? Wow, amazing, can you make our appointment?
The letter "I" is identical in sound to the letter "Yud", and besides, we don't seek similarities between two languages with no common roots, so why insist on that matter?
rabbee: yes G-D has visited with me, three time thus far here in TheTorah Happening. exactly as stated in scripture, for the end of this sixth day again. and no i cannot make an appointment for you. since i can't and won't, tell TheG-D what to do.

and there is no letter u in eevreet either. so how in the hell, can you have the letter yud? the only vowels in eevreet are: ah, aa, eh, ee, oh, oo, and the special oh, oo... and transliteration is for proper, phonetic pronunciation. and not for improper phonetic pronunciation. and the english letter i, does not sound like any eevreet letter. and i do insist on being as right as possible.

since scripture is too serious of a matter, to take lightly and profanly. and you have no idea of the hardships, all this mispronunciation alone has cost me. no where near like, what anything G-D actually came said to me. or i might of recognized, this a lot sooner. for as it stands now, it is too late, for most of this world to be redeemed now. and it did not help, there being no on true to G-D here in TheTorah when me and this worlds grandmother were arrived again. resulting in her, being decieved again. with a no thanks, to all you nobodies here in TheTorah again. as the help of this whole world, is worse than no help from them with the beasts at all.
rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#44 Apr 7, 2012
Lipush wrote:
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Have you spoken with HaShem directly? Wow, amazing, can you make our appointment?
The letter "I" is identical in sound to the letter "Yud", and besides, we don't seek similarities between two languages with no common roots, so why insist on that matter?
rabbee: and since G-D says, HE always visits Adam and adam in TheTorah. then it is not G-D, WHO is a liar doing exactly this again. since it is all of you, who only are claiming to not being here in TheTorah again. that are the liars all, following the not here in TheTorah beasts again, while here in TheTorah.
Paul WV

Beckley, WV

#45 Apr 7, 2012
Dilettante wrote:
"No surprise here. As I explain at length in my forthcoming book Not Peace But A Sword , which should be out later this year, Islam appropriates the Biblical prophets and claims that they were Muslims who taught Islam , and that their followers wickedly perverted their teachings to create Judaism and Christianity."
No offense meant - and not to incense anyone - but doesn't Jesus Christ say somewhere in the Bible "I will not come by (something), but by the sword ?"
I'm pretty sure that's what it says somewhere.
How would you explain this ?
Jesus said that He did not come to bring peace but a sword because He knew that there would be those, like muslims, who would hate the love He preached and kill His followers figuratively, and literally, by the sword.
its only opinion

Chicago, IL

#46 Apr 7, 2012
How was Moses a muslim? Islam didn't exist till 600 and some years after the birth of JESUS CHRIST. MOSES was hebrew.
skeptic

Bethlehem, PA

#47 Apr 7, 2012
its only opinion wrote:
How was Moses a muslim? Islam didn't exist till 600 and some years after the birth of JESUS CHRIST. MOSES was hebrew.
Muslims use desception.
Khadijah, the First Wife of Mohammed, and her Cousin Waraqa

Khadijah, the first wife of Mohammed, came from a family of prominent occult leaders. Among them we mentioned Ruchieh, a Kahineh of Jinn-devils at Mecca. Ruchieh was the sister of Waraqa bin Naufal,[xxvii][27] the Ebionite occult priest who was the cousin of Khadijah. Waraqa, was a leading figure in the Ahnaf. He used to make Tahnuf, which meant he spent time in the caves of Harra', separating himself from the rest of society for months at a time.(Such practices were common among heretics, as we learn from the early Christian fathers.[xxviii][28]), and were known among leaders of occult sects. Khadijah used to make Tahnuf at the same caves.

Waraqa was the one who convinced Mohammed to be a prophet. After returning home from the cave of Harra', where he often went, Mohammed was frightened. He told his wife that a spirit claiming to be Gabriel appeared to him and choked him three times. Mohammed was convinced after this encounter that he had a devil inside him. But Khadijah insisted that Mohammed become a prophet of Allah. It’s interesting to note that when angels appeared in the Bible, they never threatened anyone or imposed the prophetic role upon him.

Khadijah was married to Nabash Bin Zarareh Bin Wakdan&#1606;&#1576; &#1575;&#1588; &#1576;&#1606; &#1586;&#1585;&#15 75;&#1585;&#1577; &#1576;&#1606; &#1608;&#1602;&#15 83;&#1575;&#1606;, a visionary for the Jinn, before she met Mohammed. The Jinn appeared to Nabash in the form of an old man to give him information[xxix][29]. Abu Baker was his most important disciple of Nabash. Abu Baker remained a close friend of Khadijah, eager to obey her when she declared Mohammed was the prophet, instead of her former husband. As a wife of a visionary of Jinn, this gave Khadijah some prestige, because many Arabians consulted Jinn visionaries, and gave them money. This also explains why Khadijah was wealthy. She had caravans which brought goods from Syria to Mecca. After Nabash died, she employed Mohammed in her caravans, then married him, although Mohammed was twenty years younger than she.

After the negative experiences which depressed Mohammed, Khadijah sent him to her cousin, Waraqa, to convince him that Mohammed was called to be a prophet of Allah. Waraqa succeeded in his task and became responsible for most of the Qur’anic verses at the beginning. Waraqa inserted Ebionite doctrines about Jesus in the Qur’an, stating that Jesus was a prophet, and that He was not crucified, but God made someone to resemble Jesus. That one was crucified because the crowd thought he was Jesus. This doctrine was first initiated by Simon, the magician from Samaria, who later founded a heresy which took his name, Simonianism. In reality, Simon created the root for such doctrine, before it was developed by the Gnostics in later times. Here, I present Simon the magician’s idea about Jesus, which Hyppolytus reported in “The Refutation of all heresies”:

Jesus Christ being transformed, and being assimilated to the rulers and powers and angels, came for the restoration (of things). And so (it was that Jesus) appeared as man, when in reality he was not a man. And (so it was) that likewise he suffered, though not actually undergoing suffering, but appearing to the Jews to do so.[xxx][30]

The idea that the people crucified someone whom God made to resemble Jesus was embraced

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