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    Tuesday, January 15, 2008

    The islum Jesus was Judas

    We hear that islum worships the same God as Christians. He's a tricky dude though.

    Jesus had done something displeasing to God and was punished. So all the people who 'thought' they saw Jesus on the cross, were really looking at Judas, but their eyes were lying.

    Jesus? He escaped to go hiding somewhere and of course was not raised from the dead since it wasn't him on the cross.

    Sound feasable? Nope, it sounds like a joke.

    Very naughty God the Father to deceive the people that way, no?

    In fact, doesn't sound much like God the Father at all.

    Deception comes not from God but from you-know-who. Who as I said all along was the whisperer to that you-know-who prophet they refuse to have a picture of lest they fall into idolatry. You know... that PBUH-peace-be-upon-him guy. That guy that dares not have a teddy bear named after him. Sounds like idolatry to me anyway, picture or not.


    A director who shares the ideas of Iran's hardline president has produced what he says is the first film giving an Islamic view of Jesus Christ, in a bid to show "common ground" between Muslims and Christians.

    Nader Talebzadeh sees his movie, Jesus, the Spirit of God, as an Islamic answer to Western productions like Mel Gibson's 2004 blockbuster The Passion of the Christ, which he praised as admirable but quite simply "wrong".

    "Gibson's film is a very good film. I mean that it is a well-crafted movie but the story is wrong — it was not like that," he said, referring to two key differences: Islam sees Jesus as a prophet, not the son of God, and does not believe he was crucified.

    Talebzadeh said he even went to Gibson's mansion in Malibu, California, to show him his film.

    But it was Sunday and the security at the gate received the film and the brochure and promised to deliver it," though the Iranian never heard back.

    The film, funded by state broadcasting, faded off the billboards but is far from dead, about to be recycled in a major 20-episode spin-off to be broadcast on state-run national television this year.


    Blogger Alkhader said...

    Islam honors all the prophets who were sent to mankind. Muslims respect all prophets in general, but Jesus in particular, because he was one of the prophets who foretold the coming of Muhammad. Muslims, too, await the second coming of Jesus. They consider him one of the greatest of Allah's prophets to mankind. A Muslim does not refer to him simply as "Jesus," but normally adds the phrase "peace be upon him" as a sign of respect.

    No other religion in the world respects and dignifies Jesus as Islam does. The Quran confirms his virgin birth (a chapter of the Quran is entitled "Mary"), and Mary is considered to have been one of the purest women in all creation. The Quran describes Jesus' birth as follows:

    "Behold!' the Angel said, God has chosen you, and purified you, and chosen you above the women of all nations."

    [Noble Quran 3:42]

    "Mary, God gives you good news of a word from Him, whose name shall be the Messiah, Jesus son of Mary, honored in this world and in the Hereafter, and one of those brought near to God. He shall speak to the people from his cradle and in maturity, and he shall be of the righteous. She said: "My Lord! How shall I have a son when no man has touched me?' He said: "Even so; God creates what He will. When He decrees a thing, He says to it, 'Be!' and it is."
    [Noble Quran 3:45-47]

    Muslims believe that Jesus was born immaculately, and through the same power which had brought Eve to life and Adam into being without a father or a mother.

    "Truly, the likeness of Jesus with God is as the likeness of Adam. He created him of dust, and then said to him, 'Be!' and he was."
    [Noble Quran 3:59]

    During his prophetic mission, Jesus performed many miracles. The Quran tells us that he said:

    "I have come to you with a sign from your Lord: I make for you out of clay, as it were, the figure of a bird, and breathe into it and it becomes a bird by God's leave. And I heal the blind, and the lepers, and I raise the dead by God's leave."
    [Noble Quran 3:49]

    Muhammad and Jesus, as well as the other prophets, were sent to confirm the belief in one God. This is referred to in the Quran where Jesus is reported as saying that he came:

    "To attest the law which was before me, and to make lawful to you part of what was forbidden you; I have come to you with a sign from your Lord, so fear God and obey me."

    [Noble Quran 3:50]

    Prophet Muhammad emphasized the importance of Jesus by saying: "Whoever believes there is no god but Allah, alone without partner, that Muhammad is His messenger, that Jesus is a servant and messenger of God, His word breathed into Mary and a spirit emanating from Him, and that Paradise and Hell are true, shall be received by God into Heaven.

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