Thursday, October 3, 2013

If I Only Had a Brain!

The video below presents a serious drawback about Islam in the words of Muslims themselves and does not shy away from doing so in a humorous way. If you are thin-skinned and can't take humor, then don't watch the following video. At least one Muslim, as seen in the following screenshot, decided to channel Muhammad and go berserk after watching it.

I can't refrain from noting the irony of the fact that the Muslim above was so bent out of shape that I said Muslims believe in following (at least) Muhammad blindly and brainlessly that he turned around and said that at least one of the Muslims in the following video is a brainless fag (to use his own words).


Radical Moderate said...

You got a fan lol

Dk said...

Another funny vid, thank you Charles =P

In line with Anthony and Radical Moderate productions,

Derek Adams Production has stepped up:

Osama Abdullah exposed as an apostate mushrik.


Unknown said...

This is absolutely the best video I have seen on what and why Muslims believe. Great work!

Unknown said...

If you have to follow blindly, at least follow someone who knows where he is going. Mohammed himself stated that he does not know his destination. No wonder there is so much shedding of the blood of the innocents all around the world by the people who call their religion peaceful.
There is a shocking similarity between muslims, atheists and global warming alarmists because they only follow blindly.
Islam is a religion from the pit of hell. And by their fruits you shall know them.

Walter Sieruk said...

One of the main about the followers of Islam is that they theirtheir fatih in thir religion of their feeliing and emotions. Not facts, reason or logic. They base thir trust in the Quran because of their emotions and feelings and not on the ratonal thought process. Muslims believe in the Quran with the foundation of many false premises,such as "No other book reads as beautiful as the Quran." To compare and comtrast that statement with other books written by men this above claim is not true. This brings to mind the wisdom of the words of wisdom the Benjimin Franklin printed in POOR RICHARDS ALMANACK. Which reads "The way to see by faith is to shut the eye of reason."

Walter Sieruk said...

To bring up the subject of the militant Muslim mall attack in Kenya. The those jihadists/Muslims who commited those heinous and murderous actions were engaging in the the violence of the militant jihadism of Islam. That is real Islam and not some kind of warped or hijacked Islam as the apologists for this religion claim as an attempt to coverup the truth. Just to cite only two of the many example of this from the violence and killing that are taught in the Quran are in Sura 9:112. Which teaches "The believers fight in Allah's Cause ,they slay and are slain, kill and are killed." Likewise, in Sura 47:4 it instructs "Whenever you encounter the unbelievers strike off their heads until you make a great slaughter among them..." Using bombs and firearms as those jihadists did in that mall and the parking area around it can make a greater "slaughter among them" then a sword can. Some "peaceful religion." All this does bring to mind the wisdom of the words of Thomas Paine from his book THE AGE OF REASON. Which teaches "Any system of religion that has anything in it that shocks the mind of a child, cannot be a true system."

Anonymous said...

ROFL! thegrandwizard33 has issues, the least of them not being the kindergarten grade responses ("NO U R TEH 1 WHO FOLLOWS SOMETHING BLINDLY")or the amount of time he dedicates to his vivid fantasies regarding something he obviously abhors - homosexuality.

GreekAsianPanda said...

Wow, his sexual accusations are strangely specific. It's not surprising that he describes Nabeel's supposed sexual activities with the most detail, considering he's the most attractive of the group. He would just love to see that, wouldn't he? Ha.

Jokes aside, the video's logic applies the other way around as well. Of course one can find multiple Muslim preachers admonishing against rational thought, but how many Christian preachers could someone find saying exactly the same thing? One shouldn't let the views of some members of a group represent that of the whole group. You clearly do not follow Jesus blindly, and clips of Christian preachers saying that faith is entirely blind will not change that fact. The same should apply to Muslims who claim to have a reason for their faith in Islam.

Walter Sieruk said...

With this conflict with Islam at least since September 11, 2001 thei is the threat of attacks by jihadists who are suicide/homocide bombers. This is the result of the extreme brainwashing that is done in the mosque and madrassas by the imams and mullahs of their "students"[victims]to the point that they who come out of thoses places have become dangerous to self and others. For this have been mind programed in believing in the strange and senseless doctrine from the Quran of a patadise with many virgins in it for the Muslim who is a jihadist who dies for the cause of Islam. The outcome of them believing in this far-fetched and nonsensical belief is much murder and mayhem. This may be explained in another way. For the French Philosopher,Voltaire, had stated "As long as men continue to believe in absurdities they will continue to commit atrocities."

Walter Sieruk said...

With the threats of the jihadists since 9/11 it is important that inspite of the vicious intentions of those who follow Islam's militant jihadism we still must not live in fear or be afraid to go places or do things because of the fear of Islamic terrorism. For to live in fear would make the jihadist enemy happy. Nevertheless, enenthough we should not live in fear we still need to keep aware of our surrounding to for things the seem not quite right. As in "What's wrong with this picture ?" As, for example, the Tee-shirt vender at Times Square who saw some smoke come out of a parked van and then let a police officer know about it. As it has been said "If you see something,say something." To put this in another way, Thomas Jefferson had explained this very well, for is own time as well as ours, For Mr.Jefferson had stated "Let the eye of vigilance never be closed."

sla said...

The Quran repeatedly asks humans to think , ponder ,apply reason and intellect . It even asks to ponder upon the signs of God . No other scripture says so.You are quoting some guy and applying it to Islam .Following blindly just as sheep after its shepherd is a terminology and feature which belongs to Bible not Quran . The central doctrines of Christianity the Trinity , incarnation and penal substitution too are believed just blindly as all 3 are contra-reason .

Mathematician Jeffery Lang converted to Islam by just seeing how frequently the Quran asks people to apply intellect and ponder .

Koala Bear said...

They really only have one brain setting - tantrums. They are like dealing with children.

Anonymous said...

Yeah,you people are the foolish ones, it is hard for you to understand the truth because it is you that wish to have brains. Your the ones that torture. Your the ones that hate, because of your mind-blowing foolishness. You know what's more funny, seeing you guys see the truth being revealed but still reject it.

Foolster41 said...

Oh hello Rukiah, I see you've run away from posting in other topics where you won't give proof to your claims (that Islam is peaceful, how the bible was corrupted, how Islam can be true and claim to fulfil the "corrupt" bible, that Christians are the ones funding Muslims to make Islam look bad, etc, etc. etc.), so you post here, without presenting proof to counter the article...

'round and 'round we go...

Yep, that sure will show us how honest you are!

Foolster41 said...

Also, I know you've said you're a child, but that doens't make "no you are" any more a valid argument. You need to either learn the basics of good debating (understanding how logic works and knowing what logical fallacies are), or admit you are not equipped to argue on the internet.

...Or you could keep trolling (that's what you are doing when you make ad honim attacks, throw tantrums, try to silence opponent's criticisms of what you say (telling us because your a child we shouldn't argue with you), and use logical fallacies) and have people not take you seriously and despise your behavior.

I am being serious when I say I am praying for you (and I urge all other Christians to do so too) that you will realize you have no logical arguments and turn from Islam, and perhaps even better turn to the creator, Christ.

Unknown said...


No other scripture besides the Qur'an tells humans to "think, ponder, apply reason and intellect," and "ponder upon the signs of God"?

How about these:

Isaiah 1.19. "Come now, and let us reason together," says the Lord. "Though your sins are as scarlet, they will be white as snow. Though they are red like crimson, they will be wool."

John 20.30-31. Therefore many other signs Jesus also performed in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book; but these have been written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you may have life in his name.

Acts 2.22. "Men of Israel listen to these words: Jesus the Nazarene, a man attested to you by God with miracles and wonders and signs which God performed through Him in your midst, just as you yourselves know..."

Acts 17.2. And according to Paul's custom, he went to them, and for three Sabbaths reasoned with them from the Scriptures.

Acts 18.4. And he (Paul) was reasoning in the synagogue every Sabbath and trying to persuade Jews and Greeks.

2 Corinthians 12.12. The signs of a true apostle were performed among you with all perseverance, by signs and wonders and miracles.

1 Thessalonians 5.21. But examine everything carefully; hold fast to that which is good.

Hebrews 2.3-4. After it was at the first spoken through the Lord, it was confirmed to us by those who heard, God also testifying with them, both by signs and wonders and by various miracles and by gifts of the Holy Spirit according to His will.

1 John 4.1. Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world.

Unknown said...

@Rukiak it's "you're'

Anonymous said...

I would like muslims to explain this huge error muhammed made, and tell me with a straight face they don't have blind faith in muhammed.

this hadith has the following credentials;

Narrated from Abu Hurayra by Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawud, al-Tirmidhi, Ahmad, Malik, and al-Darimi. It is narrated from twenty-three Companions, as stated by al-Kattani in Nazm al-Mutanathir.

"Our Lord - Blessed and Exalted is He! - descends every night to the lowest heaven in the last third of the night and says: Who is supplicating Me so that I may answer him? Who is asking forgiveness from Me so that I may forgive him?"

My questions are as follows;

The lowest heaven is space, where in space is this magical prayer bag? why hasn't NASA located it yet?

Why is allah unable to hear prayers from where he's at? why is allah not all knowing?

Why does allah believe the earth is flat? at any given time, it's day somewhere on the earth, for one person, it might be the third of the night, but somewhere else, it is most certainely not, if it means to say that allah descends constantly, why the third of every night? and why must he travel? since it's always the third of the night for SOMEONE, allah never spends time on his (porcelain?) throne?

Or, as one imam said it

Belief in this hadith is obligated

Asking how is innovation

Faith is a very dangerous thing...

Anthony Rogers said...

Part 1


I am going to respond to your points, but in a different order than you presented them.

“You are quoting some guy and applying it to Islam.”

Correction: I quoted several guys who are all Muslims teaching about Islam. (If you need help with the difference, consult mathematician Jeffrey Lang.) I could have quoted many more, as I am sure you know all too well.

“The central doctrines of Christianity the Trinity , incarnation and penal substitution too are believed just blindly as all 3 are contra-reason .”

That is your claim, not mine. If you think it is the case, then make a video of Christian theologians who say we follow these doctrines blindly. Besides, there is a big difference between following what God says and following a man blindly. For the record: the latter is called shirk.

“Following blindly just as sheep after its shepherd is a terminology and feature which belongs to Bible not Quran .”

The Bible does not speak of Christians blindly following, though it does use the sheep-shepherd metaphor. And as Christians we say, “The LORD is my shepherd” not “I follow a human being blindly.”

Anthony Rogers said...

Part 2

“The Quran repeatedly asks humans to think , ponder ,apply reason and intellect . It even asks to ponder upon the signs of God . No other scripture says so.”

This is simply false. The author(s) of the Qur’an picked up the idea that creation points to God from Jews and Christians. The idea is scattered throughout the Psalms (e.g. Psalm 19) and can also be found in the NT (q.v. Romans 1:18ff.). Your pseudo-prophet was a Johnny-come-lately and he picked these ideas up from us like crumbs off a table.

In addition, the Qur’anic call to ponder upon God’s signs is by and large confined to natural phenomena that pertain to the existence and unity of God (lā ʾilāha ʾillā l-Lāh), something Jews and Christians believe in (all contrary claims not withstanding), and do nothing to prove Islam’s distinctive claim (Muḥammadun rasūlu l-Lāh).

When the author(s) of the Qur’an sally forth to try and justify that Muhammad is a prophet, we get nothing viable and are left with Muhammad’s mere say so. For example, we are told in the Qur’an that Muhammad was predicted in the previous Scriptures. When we show that Muhammad is not found in our Scriptures, Muslims then turn around and say the Scriptures have been corrupted. Hence, we are left in the end with nothing more than Muhammad claiming that his coming was foretold, which is just to say that Muslims believe this blindly.

However, I will grant one thing to the Qur’an in the above regard: it does mention matters of general revelation or natural signs that point to God more often than the Bible does. This is because these general signs that are available to all, even to pagans, are all Muhammad really had to go on. On the other hand, the Biblical prophets came with special and supernatural signs to confirm that they were speaking for the God whom all nature reveals. Your prophet could not and did not produce any such signs.

Anthony Rogers said...

Part 3

Finally, having granted that creation points to the existence and unity of God, this isn’t the same thing as granting that it points to a monad (as Muslims believe in). Instead, I would say this:

The entire universe (uni = unity; verse = diversity) is characterized by both unity and diversity, rather than what we would expect if the ultimate explanation of all things were an undifferentiated unity, as in philosophical monism and religious unitarianism, or a disunited diversity, as in philosophical atomism/pluralism and religious polytheism. On the other hand, the universe is just what we would expect given the fact that God is Triune, that is, a diversity of persons subsisting in perfect unity.

In light of this, Christians may well smart from the comments of Muslims like Yusuf Ali who take note of the relevant observations or facts but then jump from there to the conclusion that it is all a demonstration of Islamic unitarianism rather than Christian Trinitarianism.

“…In this case unity is also stressed, because we have just been told about the Qiblah symbol of unity and are about to pass [to?] the theme [of?] unity in diversity, in Nature and in the social laws of human society.” Fn # 165

“Allah is One: and among His wondrous Signs is the unity of design in the widest diversity of Nature.” Fn # 166

“Everything in Allah’s creation has use and purpose, and fits into a Design…. Though so varied, it proclaims Allah’s Unity….” Fn # 1392

Similar remarks can be found in many places.

Here are some choice ones that can be found online:

“In the Creation of Allah (swt) we see this wonderful manifestation of unity in diversity. From the atom to the solar system to the galaxies and beyond, there is this great fabric of diversity through which runs the common thread of unity.” (Dawud Khalil-Ullah, Muslim Community in America: Unity in Diversity)

“Islam teaches us that diversity is a fact of nature and it makes the nature beautiful. God has created this whole universe with diversity…. There is diversity among human beings. They have variety of genders, colors and languages and multiplicity of races and tribes. These diversities are considered natural and are called God’s signs in the Quran (30:20-22). They are indicative of God’s creative power and wisdom and are good and healthy since they endow human life with richness and beauty. God wants human beings to derive benefit from this diversity and not to allow it to generate unhealthy schisms and divisions in their ranks.” (Dr. Muzzamil Sidiqqi, Unity and Diversity: Islamic Perspective)

Unfortunately for you and all Muslims, creation points to a God who is richer and fuller than a barren monad. The world is not a flat unity, and therefore it does not point to such a god.

Anonymous said...

@ rukiah

"Yeah,you people are the foolish ones, it is hard for you to understand the truth because it is you that wish to have brains. Your the ones that torture. Your the ones that hate, because of your mind-blowing foolishness. You know what's more funny, seeing you guys see the truth being revealed but still reject it.

what truth are you talking about? you haven;t even refuted anyone of us on the points we make. all you do is accuse but have nothing to back i up with. all talk but no oomph as usual

Timothy said...

Does sura 5:101-102 say ask for or ask about? Either way, it says Dont Ask! Then Muslims are obliged to believe in angels, jinn and iblis

TPaul said...

Rukiah says " seeing you guys see the truth being revealed but still reject it.."

Can you kindly enlighten us on this so called truth? Islam is riddled with errors and contradictions. Were you referring to the koran, or do you have some other truth you would like to reveal to us?

TPaul said...

sla says "The central doctrines of Christianity the Trinity , incarnation and penal substitution too are believed just blindly as all 3 are contra-reason .."

Actually the concept of a Triune God makes more sense in the known universe of today, than the Unitarian despot of the Koran, who is fully accounted and comprehensible,yet mostly illogical.

Watch this video, on the trinity explained.

On the other hand the numerous errors and contradictions in the Koran, and vain attempt of abrogations to correct them, clearly show us that Allah of the Koran, is a linear being, no better than a human living in the 7th century.

Anonymous said...

Yeah,you to make mistakes,I didn't run away I had school. You can't prove how Jesus is God, because you don't have any evidence. You have no proof.... you people waste your time on nonsense.

Foolster41 said...

You're changing the subject, but I have three eye witnesses who wrote books, all with documents dating from the first century (long before Mohammad was born). What do you have to disprove this? Documents of a man who claims an angel came to him 3,000+ years later who didn't live in Jesus' lifetime?

Anonymous said...

isn;t it 600 years?

@ rukiah

even without the bible i can use other non christian sources to prove that the earliest christian believed that jesus claimed to be god. right after he ascended

to say so otherwise is to accuse god of sending a incompetent prophet and a brain dead allah for sending a incompetent prophet

as for writings lets use joespheus and tacitus

so rukiah Chose between

1-incompetent god and prophet
2- christian view is right

two options both devastating to islam

Foolster41 said...

Oh yeah, 3,000 wouold be the future. I think I meant 300+ since I wasn't sure of the number and intetionaly unstating the number. I need to not post so late. :P

Moses said...

Awesome video.

Marc said...

Hey! that conversation was funny, i could just imagine this guy to be like an old and wrinkled man grumbling/muttering something to himself. Sad that this Muslim guy has such hate and specially for Nabeel.