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    (Original post by Up quark)
    Yep, that would seem very strange but I dont know. I guess this depends in what stage of his life he was in, the context, who gave the food etc.

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    Has anyone read about the vedas and how the prophet's (saw) coming was predicted? Thoughts on this?

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    What's his stage of life got to do with anything? And you can easily look at the contexts, as even that narration says, the companions were surprised because obviously in similar situations he (saw) did share. You seem to be trying to hard to find something negative instead of appreciating that Muslims can learn a valuable lesson from this instance - to not make someone feel bad when they feed us. Other narrations emphasise this point too when we're told to not saying anything if we don't like the food someone has cooked but praise it when we do.
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    Report and ignore the troll.
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    Wonder how all the trolls only ever find the ISOC to troll :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by JamesNeedHelp2)
    I have a question. I am outrageously good looking, and i have quite a few girls who have bad intentions....you knw

    My question being, what is the most intimate thing i could do with a woman if we are not married?
    You are not as good looking as me though
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    (Original post by Tennumbers)
    Wonder how all the trolls only ever find the ISOC to troll :rolleyes:
    Dude must be old skool, still on 3 red gems...I wonder how he didn't find his way here earlier.
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    (Original post by Tennumbers)
    Wonder how all the trolls only ever find the ISOC to troll :rolleyes:
    :lol:
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    (Original post by Tpos)
    Dude must be old skool, still on 3 red gems...I wonder how he didn't find his way here earlier.
    LOL :lol: Better late than never they say :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Tpos)
    What's his stage of life got to do with anything? And you can easily look at the contexts, as even that narration says, the companions were surprised because obviously in similar situations he (saw) did share. You seem to be trying to hard to find something negative instead of appreciating that Muslims can learn a valuable lesson from this instance - to not make someone feel bad when they feed us. Other narrations emphasise this point too when we're told to not saying anything if we don't like the food someone has cooked but praise it when we do.
    Nvm tpos. I just think of silly things and almost find excuses for disbelieving. I guess you're right

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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    It's ok, we've all most likely seen it. No need to advertise in our thread.
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    Writing a post on increasing islamic knowledge. Let me know what you want me to include.
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    (Original post by Ibn Fulaan)
    Writing a post on increasing islamic knowledge. Let me know what you want me to include.
    What exactly do you mean this post will be about?
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    The Mods are quite fast today. Around 3-4 of my reports have been answered in under 2 minutes.
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    (Original post by Ibn Fulaan)
    Writing a post on increasing islamic knowledge. Let me know what you want me to include.
    Nice
    Besides reading Qur'aan how more can one be educated and share their knowledge to others (If you want to include this in your post )
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    Here we go...https://m.facebook.com/story.php?sto...263239760&_rdr
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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    The Mods are quite fast today. Around 3-4 of my reports have been answered in under 2 minutes.
    Yep, so true I just received a notification so quick
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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    The Mods are quite fast today. Around 3-4 of my reports have been answered in under 2 minutes.
    Must all be avoiding revision or something
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    Quite like this article on the Prophet (saw) even though it's just a basic overview of who he was. http://www.therevival.co.uk/article/you-must-know-man
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    (Original post by Mary562)
    Yep, so true I just received a notification so quick

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    Must all be avoiding revision or something
    GetFunky! is also a mod now. Creeping sharia of Muslim mods :teehee:
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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    GetFunky! is also a mod now. Creeping sharia of Muslim mods :teehee:
    I don't know that user but GetFunky did just respond to my report. Seems like having more Muslim mods is definitely helping us out
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    http://lostislamichistory.com/the-ba...-slave-revolt/

    ^^Very interesting read about a slave revolt orchestrated by Bahia Muslim slaves, Brazil 1835.

    "The people who organized the revolt were exclusively Muslim scholars. Due to the strength of the Muslim community, they were well respected by the people and held in a position of honor and esteem.

    These Muslim scholars, as well as many others, used the mosques as a base of operations. There they discussed plans for revolt, stored weapons, and educated the local Africans. It was through these mosques that Malam Bubakar distributed his call to jihad (holy struggle, or military resistance). He wrote out a document in Arabic that called on Muslims to unify in preparation for the coming revolt against their Brazilian masters."
 
 
 
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