Who do Muslims really worship?

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You don't bother me Kias, call me what you like. These days I think you're as mentally damaged as Seeker.

For God’s sake, you think your name is in the Quran, when you actively work to demonize Islam. Sure it is, God is talking about you personally. Even though it's the most common name in the world.

You're not right in the head man, seek help.

Take the last word, there is no point in me keeping this thread on top.
Surah Mohammed 47

my name is mohammed and my year of birth is 74

so go figure ....
 

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Surah Mohammed 47

my name is mohammed and my year of birth is 74

so go figure ....
This is what I mean, man. You actually think God is talking about you.

Kais there are 8 billion people on the planet today. 100 years ago it was at least 6 billion different people. There's been billions and billions who have walked this earth in the last 1400 years. Don't forget the djinn who outnumber us. They all have names, families and their own stories.

The only names we find in the Quran (outside special people like Mary and Khidr) are the prophets. Do you think you are a prophet? Are you on the level of Khidr? Whose knowledge exceeded Moses. Or is it more logical you were named after the seal of prophets (saw), literally the most popular name on the planet?

Do you think there is not another human being on the planet named Muhammad who was born in 74'?
Of course there was, probably in the 10s of 1000s

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Stop and think for once. You are not special. I am not special. Joe Biden and Donald Trump are not special.

We are talking about the Quran, God's word. We are a pixel on a 8k high-res HD tv screen.

I know it's an absolute waste of time going over this because you are not playing with a full deck.

Allahu Musta'an
 
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This is what I mean, man. You actually think God is talking about you.

Kais there are 8 billion people on the planet today. 100 years ago it was at least 6 billion different people. There's been billions and billions who have walked this earth in the last 1400 years. Don't forget the djinn who outnumber us. They all have names, families and their own stories.

The only names we find in the Quran (outside special people like Mary and Khidr) are the prophets. Do you think you are a prophet? Are you on the level of Khidr? Whose knowledge exceeded Moses. Or is it more logical you were named after the seal of prophets (saw), literally the most popular name on the planet?

Do you think there is not another human being on the planet named Muhammad who was born in 74'?
Of course there was, probably in the 10s of 1000s

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Stop and think for once. You are not special. I am not special. Joe Biden and Donald Trump are not special.

We are talking about the Quran, God's word. We are a pixel on a 8k high-res HD tv screen.

I know it's an absolute waste of time going over this because you are not playing with a full deck.

Allahu Musta'an
everyone has a purpose in life....hopefully this path i am on will take me to that...

even you have a purpose...

i suggest you try find it with a open mind :)
 
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The current Kaba Layout in Saudia Arabia.......

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Look what we got here^^^^^

can anyone see any similarity between both??
 
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what is the muslim view of dragons?

anyone know?
look what AI just informed me of..........


Dragons (sometimes spelled djinn) aren't central figures in Islamic scripture itself, but they do appear in Islamic folklore and art. Here's a breakdown of their meaning:
  • Symbolism:Dragons can have multiple meanings depending on the context. They can represent:
    • Chaos and disorder: This is a common view, especially linked to ancient myths like Tiamat, a sea monster.
    • Power and protection: Dragons are sometimes seen as guardians or symbols of strength.
    • Duality: Their fire can represent both hellish destruction and divine light.
  • Depictions: Dragons are surprisingly common in Islamic art, particularly decorative elements on buildings or illustrations in manuscripts.
Here are some resources for further reading:
  • Book: "Of Serpents and Dragons in Islamic Art" by Abbas Daneshvari
  • Online discussion: "Dragons in Islam" on Reddit [ الإسلام (r/islam)]

The link between dragons and Islam is more cultural and artistic than theological. Here's a breakdown of the exact connection:
  • No religious significance: The Quran, the central text of Islam, doesn't mention dragons specifically. They don't play a role in Islamic beliefs or practices.
  • Folklore and Legends: Dragons, often called "Tinnin" in Arabic, appear in Islamic folktales and legends. These stories might depict them as powerful creatures, guardians, or even symbols of chaos.
  • Symbolism: Their meaning depends on the context. They can represent:
    • Untamed nature and chaos (similar to ancient myths like Tiamat)
    • Immense power and protection
    • Duality, with fire symbolizing both destruction and divine light
  • Art and Architecture: Dragons are surprisingly common in Islamic art, particularly decorative elements. You might find them on buildings, carpets, or even illustrations in manuscripts. Their presence adds a layer of wonder and power to the artwork.
Here's an additional point to consider:
  • Hadith references: There are some hadiths (sayings attributed to the Prophet Muhammad) mentioning "ninety-nine dragons" in the context of the afterlife. However, the interpretation of these hadiths is debated. Some view them as metaphorical, while others believe in the literal existence of these creatures in the hereafter.
Overall, dragons in Islam are fascinating creatures that add a layer of richness to Islamic culture and art, but they don't hold any specific religious significance.
 
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Why not?

They sound similar...
i now think that the 4 culs at the end of the koran refers to 4 dragons.......

There are a couple of interesting ways four dragons can hold symbolic meaning:
  • Four Cardinal Directions: In Chinese mythology, four dragons are often associated with the four cardinal directions (east, south, west, north) and the elements or creatures that represent them. For example, the Azure Dragon of the East might be paired with the White Tiger of the West [Chinese dragon: Meaning, Colors Symbolism, Mythology, Types].
  • The Four Dragon Kings: Also in Chinese culture, there are the Four Dragon Kings, each ruling over one of the four seas surrounding China. They are seen as powerful beings who control the weather and water [Chinese Dragon: Meaning, Colors Symbolism, Mythology, Types].
Beyond these specific examples, the number four itself can hold meaning in many cultures. It can represent stability, balance, or the completeness of a cycle. So, four dragons working together could symbolize cooperation, the uniting of different forces, or the creation of something whole.
 
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