Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Osama Abdallah and Sadiq Blocked for Foul Language

I've had to block Osama Abdallah and Sadiq from the comments section. If anyone asks why, I simply can't allow the foul language that these two learned from their prophet. Here's Osama's latest comment:

This is off topic, but wanted to bring it to everyone's attention.

Ever since when Americans have turned into a nation of pussies?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvIE-ZE6DB0

Osama Abdallah

And here's the latest from Sadiq:

If u believe the best u cld do is present site to open and I can as well do that and this infact one from christian brother that converted to islam,,u moron with all the lies in ur site,,,,fuck off lair,,I will keep pasting them here all the contracdictons in ur bible which ur so called scholars and theologians openly admitted to,,,bloody hypocrate calling the name of the Almigthy God (Allah) the way he calls the idol they worship....don't get urself ur mad,cos u were asked a simple question and u refuse to answer instead bringing up site for me to open and start reading the whole jagorns written there to suit their worldly believe(foolish) answer with (a baby or teenager) that's all,all u keep raising its u v refuted urself in hell,ignorant is a blizz,,,,,,,,,fuk off

I try to keep this a family-friendly site, and obviously I can't do that when Muslims like Osama and Sadiq are following their prophet's example.

26 comments:

Justin said...

It is sad.

There is nothing that can be said that is made more true through such language. I have heard it said that profanity is the attempt of an inadequate mind to express itself. Anyway.

This is likely behavior that is -at some level- consistent with their beliefs. I would think, however, that their behavior should be a bit different than what has been expressed here on your site. Surah 5:8, which says, And let not the enmity and hatred of others make you avoid justice. Be just: that is nearer to piety comes to mind.

Maybe they should read Ibn Kathir who, while supporting the violent understanding of Surah 9, would likely disapprove of their activity here. He says, about 5:8, do not be driven by your hatred for some people into abandoning justice, for justice is ordained for everyone, in all situations.

But what do I know? Maybe these two think talking to people as they have here is "just."

Or maybe it's ok to abandon the principles of their faith to "defend" it.

Justin

SGM said...

I just read Osama’s comments a little while ago and in my thinking how to respond I rememberd this verse. Luke 6:45 “A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh.” Osama says that he loves his prophet Mohammad and we see what comes out of the heart that is filled with his prophet’s love. If Christ is not in your heart, only evil can come out. Same goes for Sadiq.

Burgess Laughlin said...

Thank you for setting a standard that helps readers focus on the serious issues you raise.

On Facebook and on my weblogs, I have learned to write a "rules of etiquette" post and link to it so that readers know it sets the standard. Traffic is less, but the quality of comments is far higher.

Again, thank you.

GreekAsianPanda said...

Not to mention Sadiq can't spell or use correct grammar to save his life. It's also interesting that he criticizes you for presenting a link to a website that agrees with your views and then says he will keep "pasting" Bible contradictions, no doubt from websites that agree with his views. What a "hypocrate". So he's a hypocrite who accuses others of hypocrisy. There should be a new word for that..."hypocriception", maybe?

Koala Bear said...

To me it sounds like they are trying to force themselves to believe mohammed was ever a prophet. There is always a "Christian convert to islam" isn't there!

Deleting said...

figures they'd respond to my post...at least Osama did.
Sad thing is Osama, you've been banned SEVERAL times from this board!!
You don't learn.

Caricature said...

You gotta love American Muslims. They are complete idiots.

Quran is Corrupt said...

I have met and interacted with several very "religious" Muslims and have notice a very DISTURBING thing.

The more Christian a person is the less likely they will use vulgar language, but the more religiously Islamic a Muslim becomes the more vulgar in their speech.

True, you don't hear true Christians using vulgar language, BUT you will hear devout Muslims cussing like sailors.

THAT is one big difference between true Christians and Muslims

I have seen comments on youtube from "true" Muslims using the FOULEST, VULGAR language on earth. Yet they claim to be on the "right path" to heaven. They will curse your sister, your mother in the most vulgarest nastiest language and say the "f" word constantly.

Deleting said...

I think Osama will write an 'apology' to David in an email blaming it on the jews.

Sadiq won't because the chapter on apologizing to kafirs got left out somehow,,,perhaps eaten by a sheep?

PatriotUSA said...

Showing the true hand of Islam is what these two just did.

Game, set, match and not for the Muslims. The truth will always win out in the end. I pray I live to see it with my own two eyes.

kaimana said...

Osama couldnt help himself.

After reading the long thread 150+ comments, I completely understand why sadiq blew a gasket...the user search for truth was on sadiq like white on rice in their dialogue.... I could feel sadiq growing more and more frustrated...and when he was fully cornered the result was that profanity laden post that he got banned for.LMAO

searchfortruth is an excellent debater on here.

Tom said...

David,

Let me echo the sentiments of Justin, SGM, Burgess and others.

And please allow me the opportunity to apologize for some of the language - and attitude - that I'm guilty of exposing on this excellent blog. Though I haven't been quite as bad as some others, I know I could do better. And I promise that I will.

It's VERY important to me that this blog should continue on the path you have set. And reading the posts from Sadiq and Osama, I've been reminded of some of the foulness of my own heart.

THANK YOU for your willingness to protect younger and sensitive readers (and ALL of us!) from the very things that can poison hearts when the exposure to those 'things' is too much.

I know everyone here is praying for Osama, for Sadiq and for others. It's far passed time for me to more often join in the prayers instead of only teasing Muslims about their pseudo-prophet.

But I won't EVER stop laughing at Islam.

David, THANK YOU again!

KAFIR AND PROUD!!

Caricature said...

Quran is Corrupt,

Yea, that's a strange phenomenon. If you watch the Dearborn videos, you wil notice that also. They talk like the utter fools that they are. Sadly they are too stupid to realize that they have been duped and swindled by an insane and sucidal caveman.

bob said...

Speaking this kind of language while including God's name in the same sentence is to dishonor and profane his holy name.

"You shall not profane my holy name..." Leviticus 22:32

This is the result of turning a man, a sinner, like Mohammad into an idol/god and which goes directly against the First Commandment where the Creator (John 1:1-14), the Lord of Hosts, the Son, Christ, personally wrote...

written with the finger of God. Exodus 31:18

...this Commandment:

"You shall have no other gods before me." Exodus 20:3 (which in essence is the same in meaning as Matthew 22:36-38 as spoken by Christ)

The following is adapted from: Dismantling The Big Bang. Hartnett, John ; Williams, Alex (2005-07-01). Master Books.

Dishonoring God:
When God's name and word is profaned, the thing that is most often overlooked is the impact on the most important player — God himself.
In Ezekiel 36: 25– 29, God presents a marvellous promise of salvation:

“I will sprinkle clean water upon you, and you shall be clean from all your uncleanness, and from all your idols I will cleanse you. A new heart I will give you, and a new spirit I will put within you; and I will take out of your flesh the heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh. And I will put my spirit within you, and cause you to walk in my statutes and be careful to observe my ordinances . . . and you shall be my people, and I will be your God. And I will deliver you from all your uncleanness.”

What a wonderful promise — God will take away our sin, give us a new heart and a new spirit, and give us the grace to obey Him and to love Him. Then God cautions them:

“It is not for your sake that I will act, says the Lord GOD; let that be known to you” (v. 32).

God is going to redeem His people, but He is not doing it for their sake. How is that possible? The answer is in verse 22:

“Therefore say to the house of Israel, Thus says the Lord GOD: It is not for your sake, O house of Israel, that I am about to act, but for the sake of my holy name, which you have profaned.”

God is redeeming His people in order to restore the honour and glory that is due to Him, and which we have defiled through our sin. The “big picture” of Christianity is that when we sin we do far more than just condemn ourselves to death. When we sin, we dishonour God, and not only do we dishonour God, but we defile His creation. When we sin, not only do we go down, but we bring God’s name down with us, and we bring God’s creation down with us as well. The good news, however, is that when God redeems us, He not only redeems us but He also redeems His own honour and glory and He redeems the whole creation along with us (Rom. 8: 18– 21; Rev. 21: 1– 5)!

So when anyone tries to change the meaning of the Scriptures by removing sin and redemption from the heart of the gospel — they are defiling the honor and glory of God.

Honor:
In our society today we have lost sight of the meaning of honor, which is no longer a central value in our culture. To properly understand God’s honor, we need to go back to those cultures in which honor was a central value. We will give just two of many possible examples from the Old Testament. The first is when David, the young shepherd boy, heard the insults that the Philistine giant Goliath was hurling at the Israelite army. His response was this:

“What will be done for the man who kills this Philistine and takes away the reproach from Israel?” (1 Sam. 17: 26).

When David went out to face Goliath on the battlefield, he said,

“You come against me with sword and spear and javelin but I come against you in the name of Yahweh Sabaoth, the God of the armies of Israel that you have dared to insult” (1 Sam. 17: 45; JB).

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bob said...

David was a man of honour who understood the honour of God and he defended God’s honour — with his life. The second example is one of the most tragic among many tragic stories in the Book of Judges, this one about Jephthah. Jephthah faced the Ammonites in battle and he made a foolish vow to God, saying,

“If you give the Ammonites into my hands, whatever comes out of the door of my house to meet me when I return in triumph will be the Lord’s, and I will sacrifice it as a burnt offering” (Judg. 11: 30– 31; NIV).

When Jephthah subsequently defeated the Ammonites and returned home in triumph, who should come out the door of his house to greet him but his daughter. She was his only child. Now Jephthah was a fool, but he was also a man of honour and knew that his word could not be broken. His daughter also was a woman of honour and she knew that her father’s word could not be broken. Do you know what she said when he told her what he had done? She said,

“‘Father, you have given your word to the Lord. Do to me just as you have promised. . . . But grant me this one request. . . . Give me two months to roam the hills and weep with my friends because I will never marry.’ ‘You may go,’ he said” (Judg. 11: 36– 38; NIV)

After the two months, she returned to her father and he did to her as he had vowed to God.
These events are shocking beyond belief to us, and they are even more shocking when we see that Jephthah is listed among the heroes of faith in the New Testament. In Hebrews 11 we read about all the great heroes of faith in the Old Testament, and there along with Noah and Abraham and Moses and David is immortalized the name of Jephthah. How can this possibly be? Jephthah is certainly not a hero because he killed his own daughter. Jephthah is, we infer, a hero of faith because he kept his word at great personal cost to himself and his family. In a culture of honour, among people who understand these things, honor is more important than life itself. Now in a society where honor is a central value, it is perceived to reside primarily in certain objects and persons. For example, the honour of a tribe or clan resides primarily in the head of that tribe or clan. The honour of a family resides primarily in the head of that family. The honour of a married woman resides primarily in her ability to produce a son and thereby establish an inheritance for herself in her husband’s clan. The honour of a young woman resides primarily in her virginity. The honour of a young man resides in a lifestyle that reflects well upon his family and, if possible, enhances their standing in the community — the Fifth Commandment says,

“Honour your father and mother . . . that it may be well with you and that you may live long on the earth” (Eph. 6: 2– 3).

When it comes down to the personal level, the honor of a person resides most especially in their name and in their word. David said to Goliath,

“I come against you in the name of the Lord Almighty, the God of the armies of Israel, whom you have defied” (1 Sam. 17: 45; NIV).

David was defending the honor of God and that honor resided in the name of God. When Jephthah killed his only child he did so because he had given his word to God. At the personal level then, honor resides in one’s name and in one’s word. Your honor resides in your good reputation (i.e., your name) and in whether your word can be trusted. So it is with God. God’s honor resides in His name, and in His word. He is a person of good reputation (among those who know and love Him) and He keeps His word. In Psalm 138: 2 the Psalmist says of God

“You have exalted above all things your name and your word.”

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bob said...

If we understand this principle, then we can also begin to understand Jesus’ statement in John 10: 35,

“Scripture cannot be broken.”

Why not? Because Scripture is the Word of God and the Word of God cannot be broken. If the word of Jephthah could not be broken, how much more can the Word of God not be broken? That is also why Jesus expected the Old Testament Scriptures to be fulfilled to the letter, because the honor of God resides in the fulfilment of His Word. That is why Jesus made it a condition of Christian discipleship that we not be ashamed of His words (Luke 9: 26), because His honor is likewise at stake! When Christians disbelieve God’s Word on a subject so close to His heart as creation, not only do they condemn themselves, they dishonor God.

Glory: It is not only God’s honour that resides in His Word — His glory does, too. Jesus said in John 15: 7– 8

“If you abide in me, and my words abide in you, ask whatever you will, and it shall be done for you. By this my Father is glorified, that you bear much fruit, and so prove to be my disciples.”

When the word of God is believed and obeyed, God is glorified. In Isaiah 55: 11, God says,

“My word . . . that goes forth from my mouth . . . shall not return to me empty . . . it shall accomplish that which I purpose, and prosper in the thing for which I sent it.”

When God fulfils His Word, His honour is vindicated and His name is glorified! In Revelation 4– 5 we are given a picture of what is going on in heaven. The heavenly host worship and praise God for three things — first, for His eternal being; second, for His work of creation; and third, for the Lamb’s work of redemption. The four living creatures surrounding the throne sing without ceasing:

“Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord God Almighty, who was and is and is to come!” (Rev. 4: 8).

This is the eternal being of God, the great “I am.” God is eternally self-existent and He is worshiped unceasingly for this great fact. Then the 24 elders who reign with God respond in a similar mode of worship:

“Worthy art thou, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honour and power, for thou didst create all things, and by thy will they existed and were created” (Rev. 4: 11)

God’s work of creation shows forth His honour and glory and power. The hosts of heaven are here telling the whole universe that the holiness of God lies in His eternal being, and the honour and glory of God lies in His work of creation.

Idolatry:
Idolatry is the worship of man-made gods. Idols are not just objects of wood, metal, or stone — they can be made of ideas. In Ezekiel 14: 3, God says,

“These men have taken their idols into their hearts.”

Since the honour of God also resides in His Word we will find that the Word made flesh, Jesus Christ, will also be on centre stage. Jesus said,

“Whoever is ashamed of me and of my words, of him will the Son of man be ashamed when he comes in his glory and the glory of the Father and of the holy angels” (Luke 9: 26).

Let us be careful then, lest we be led astray to worship idols.

“This is, in reality, establishing idolatry: undertaking to worship God without God’s bidding, on the basis of one’s own devout inclination. For he will not have us direct him how he is to be served. He intends to teach us in this matter. His word is to be there. This is to give us light and guidance. Without his word all is idolatry and lies, however devout it may seem and however beautiful it may appear... Rather let each see to it that he is sure that his worship of God is instituted by God’s word and not devised by his own devout inclination or good intention. For whoever is given to a worship of God that lacks the approval of God should know that he is not serving the true God but an idol of his own invention, that is, his own notion and false idea and thereby the devil himself, and that the words of all the prophets are against him.” Luther

Jonathan wong zi cai said...

Hi I'm sort fo new to this site. I'm surprised that Osama is like that. I read some of his comments on old posts and it gave me the impression that he was sort of a nice guy. Of course I am new to this site so I can't be sure I guess.

Deleting said...

Jonathan said, 'Hi I'm sort fo new to this site. I'm surprised that Osama is like that. I read some of his comments on old posts and it gave me the impression that he was sort of a nice guy. Of course I am new to this site so I can't be sure I guess.'

Then you haven't read enough of his posts. The man (if he can be called as such) is vile.

Search 4 Truth said...

@ Kaimana

Thank you very much brother.

Search 4 Truth said...

@ Kaimana

I thank the Lord!

@ Jonathan.

Osama is full of hate. Like his Allah and false Prophet. And you can witness it all throughout this blog. He has no integrity at all. He has also agreed to debates in cities across the U.S. and failed to show for them on multiple occasions. When he is defeated her he curses at people and then runs to his blog where he cannot be refuted again. If you notice he doesnt offer open debate on his propaganda blog. Even Muslims have said he is a heretic!

Selecta Mark said...

Well said David, they are obviously also umi just like their prophet judging by their spellings!

Nothin'ButTheTruth said...

@ Jonathan,
That's because David deleted the foul ones, meaning he was given chances after chances to change but he couldn't, for that is the nature of his father allah.

goethechosemercy said...

I think the reason devout Muslims give themselves the right to speak profanely and obscenely is in Islam itself.
They believe themselves to be in possession of perfect truth, and to be "the best of mankind."
Since when do the best have to humble themselves to people they count to be the worst?
Still, in my eyes, Islam is profane and Mohammed is a false prophet.
They speak profanely because they worship profanely, with their hearts closed and their fists clenched when they finish.
Is it any surprise that so much Muslim violence takes place on Friday?

Deleting said...

@goethechosemercy, keep in mind the sahabah weren't the most mild-mannered speaking people. They were desert pirates all they lacked was a ship. the example was warped from the start and only went downhill from there.
Can't wait for islam to be over with.

Fernando said...

The old dirtie Osama "The Great" Abdullah is back!

Keith Thompson said...

wow that second guy was very incoherent