Hatred towards Jews
Posted 21 December 2005 - 03:41 PM (#2)
I think we must be very careful with whom we "are supposed to hate". Jews are humans, sinful humans but still humans. We are muslim, traditionally and historically, muslims and jews have not been at peace with one another, but that doesnt give either the right to disrespect, murder, rape etc each other.
A jew is innocent and free to walk down the street with his/her family without hate being thrown towards them as to are muslims, but a jew is a target when he/she is in combat with muslims, preaching hate about our nabi etc.
This does not exclude other people from other religions, we should be cautious of non muslims, but not necessarily hate them or disrespect them.
Posted 28 December 2005 - 01:00 PM (#3)
I believe they have succeed in implanting the hate feeling. It is such a feeling that is burning in their heart and mind. These group of people are on fire - in this physical world.
What would you do if you see a raging fire?
Posted 02 January 2006 - 02:55 PM (#4)
There is this website my friend showed me it.
The jewish peaple got a black helecopter and smashed it in to the ka'bah
and the ka'bah was in peaces.
And i was thinking jewish peaple are not allowed in makah.AND I ASKED MY FRIEND HOW SHOWED ME IT SHE GOES IT'S MADE UP
Posted 18 January 2006 - 09:07 AM (#5)
first of all allow me to point out 2 different things that many people confuse
1) Jews : being the followers of a kitab (heavenly book) who strayed from the original god is one religion that the prophet Moses (alayhe al salam) preached
2) Zionist: a political movement started by jewish extremists in Russia and Germany a couple of hundred years ago that is best explained in a book called (the protocols of zionest leaders)
now jewish people shouldn't be hated due to them following thier beliefs after all the prophet (sala allahu alayhe wa sallam) had a peace treaty with them and gave them the same rights and duties of the muslims of Madina and our holy Quran adviced us to be just and treat them well,
what muslims should be hating and fighting is the political racist thinking of zionest leaders and followers who belives that they are a chosen race superior to any other, who allows all injustice to be done to those who don't follow them in the excuse that they are God's chosen race and that god allows them any mean they wish to take against people to achieve thier goals of having a country of thier own from Iraq to Egypt
so this hatered against jews isn't justified there are some jewish people who respect everyone and belive in everyone's right to thier religion and that no race is superior to the other
Posted 18 January 2006 - 09:34 AM (#7)
Yes i agree with Maram, we shouldn't hate all jews.
Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said:"Indeed, actions only go by intentions. Everyone gets what they intend.
Posted 18 January 2006 - 12:17 PM (#9)
If you want to understand the Qur'an you go to Ahlul Bayt, if you want to understand Ahlul Bayt you go to the Qur'an.
Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad bin Yahya Al-Ninowy Al Husayni
Posted 10 February 2006 - 08:52 PM (#10)
As Christians it's not a matter of not hating all Jews, or all whatever, we are simply commanded to hate none at any time. Hate is a destroyer. For the Christian this doesn't mean their are not conflicts that should be fought, but that yet within that conflict, we should not hate our enemy. Even the man who is trying to harm your family is not to be hated, but rather loved as Christ commanded. Resist this evil man and protect the innocent, with no hate in the heart, is the gospel of Christ.
A popular way to express this sentiment is "Hate the sin, not the sinner"
So as opposed to hating only criminal elements, in fact we told to love even them, and pray for them (even blessings), but still to stand up for the innocent and engage in conflict for the right cause.
Posted 10 February 2006 - 09:10 PM (#11)
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Posted 10 February 2006 - 09:53 PM (#13)
the meaning of the israeli flag
the two blue strips
one strip is for the nile the other one is for the euphraties in iraq.
jews say this is their land and they want it back. their target is to take all of these lands from the muslims.
Posted 11 February 2006 - 08:35 AM (#15)
the meaning of the israeli flagthe two blue strips one strip is for the nile the other one is for the euphraties in iraq.jews say this is their land and they want it back. their target is to take all of these lands from the muslims.
To some Jews that might be it's meaning, to some not. The majority of Israelis are non-Jewish and have no opinion whatsoever. The real question is, what is your response? Things to consider for a wise response:
What has the current response accomplished?
What kinds of reponses do peaceful, advanced countries typically make to conflicts?
If your chosen response is to make scary sounding statements that demonize your percieved enemy, then you have the same strategy as the Bush government, that is to try to make people afraid of this horrible secret-agenda carrying super-enemy. People will hate what they are taught to fear, and hate inevitably destroys the hater.
Hating someone, or some people, will never lead to a better life for either party. Hate prevents us from being able to forgive. Jesus teaches us this; " "For if you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses." (Matthew 6:5)
If you cannot forgive, you don't need an enemy, your own anger and bitterness will defeat you.
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Posted 12 February 2006 - 02:39 AM (#19)
This thread is about hatred for the Jews. I know what the Bible says in regards to this (see above), maybe you could contribute to this topic by sharing some of what the koran has to say on the issue, or your personal thoughts on what kind of attitude/behaviour one should take towards the jews.
As a follow up question - if you had the power to make anything happen, what would you do to create a fair israel-palestine solution?
Posted 12 February 2006 - 03:09 AM (#20)
Dear Hafsa Saleem,This thread is about hatred for the Jews. I know what the Bible says in regards to this (see above), maybe you could contribute to this topic by sharing some of what the koran has to say on the issue, or your personal thoughts on what kind of attitude/behaviour one should take towards the jews.As a follow up question - if you had the power to make anything happen, what would you do to create a fair israel-palestine solution?
Dear brother Some Guy, your question is interesting, but I believe it's wrongly formulated. The correct formulation is:
Should we love the Jews and what for?
Give me one good and appealing reason.
Now, not loving doesn't mean we should hate them. Staying objective and differentiating between right and wrong is the way of Islam. For your information, we don't hate Jews, we hate their injustice.
-Only A Good Human Being Can Become A Good Muslim