Tales from YouTube – Pagan parallels and pachyderms

The Quran and Bible Blog

Continuing with this new series, I present here another hilarious conversation with a Christian troll. I now call trolls like these “Abdul-Baal”. Try using it the next time you encounter these ignoramuses and see how frustrated they get! Anyway, I challenged Christian Abdul “jxcess3891” on the parallels between Daniel 7 and the Baal cycle. As usual, there were many deflections at first. Then, it got interesting:

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Notice how he completely side-stepped the parallels and decided to try a silly analogy instead. Naturally, I responded:

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The Christian Abdul then doubled down on the “symbolic vision” argument and then tried to change the subject in back to back comments:

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This Christian, like many others, first used a strawman argument by claiming I was a “hypocrite” for trying to disprove the Bible but also use it to “validate the prophethood” of Muhammad (peace be upon him). This level of stupid is sadly very…

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  1. The level of pathetic of these manworshipers is truly a sight to behold.
    Satan must be proud.

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  2. Here we go again, youtube comments another highlight from Faiz pathetic career. But when will the coward do a public debate or livestream debate.

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    • Here we go again, the dishwasher thinking anyone cares what he thinks. Maybe you should debate Shamoun on why he’s an abusive deadbeat? 😂

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      • Apparently being abusive is funny.

        “… I got up and slapped her on her neck. Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) laughed…went to ‘A’isha (Allah be pleased with her) and slapped her on the neck, and ‘Umar stood up before Hafsa and slapped”

        Collection
        Sahih Muslim
        In-book reference
        Book 18, Hadith 39
        Reference
        Hadith 1478
        USC-MSA web (English) reference
        Book 9, Hadith 3506
        Related Qur’an verses
        33.28

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      • @ Ali

        Again embarrassing you don’t know the relationships of the people involved (again) Their two fathers smacked them in the back of the neck for annoying him.

        https://sunnah.com/muslim/18/39

        If you’re going to attempt to criticize at least do a quick Google search as you have done this two days in a row now.

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    • You just type for the sake of typing something.

      You’re proving my point 🤣. That’s not a refutation of my point.

      Are you tired? Have a rest. Comment later when your thinking clearly.

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  3. Ali,

    Why didnt you see that you deliberately distorted the Hadith by implying that it was the Prophet (SAW) who went and slapped Aisha (RA) on the neck?

    In the Hadith, the Prophet slapped none of them.

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  4. Ali,

    Can’t you see the topic here is not Islam but the error of your Bible plagiaring from pagan myths ?

    So you think you are so clever to completely avoid facing this problem of your Bible by defecting to Islam!

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    • Typo: “Plagiarising” not “plagiaring”

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      • I can see flaws in what he wrote, That’s why I ask for the full conversation to make sure I understood. Before I add anything.

        He’s a Muslim. If he is using an argument that destroys his own religion that proves he is dishonest. It’s easy to say just talk about the bible. Because when we apply the same standard to Islam. It will destroy Islam. Inconsistency is a sign of a fail argument.

        For instance here a list of pagan pre-Islamic pagan practice:

        From Muslim sources:

        Worship at the Ka’aba Sahih Bukhari 3:43:658
        Fasting on the 10th of Muharram Sahih Bukhari 5:58:172
        Tawaf between Safa and Marwa Sahih Bukhari 2:26:710
        Requirement of Ihram Sahih Bukhari 2:26:706

        When they answer I can use the answer against them. If I just answer the question they will not accept and keep arguing.

        (If Sam actually abuses his family, I don’t approve – however I’m giving him the benefit of the doubt. It’s been him and God)

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      • @ Ali

        Your analogy is faulty. The difference is the Arabs followed the religion of their father Abraham(as) and overtime added to it like Israel in which God sent prophets. You’re comparing authorized rituals to made-up beliefs. The equivalent I could give is to imagine Baal worship being prevalent and Elijah(as) cleansed the practices from the Temple. The Temple is something from God but who authorized making God like His creation (being an old man with white hair) and adopting religious motifs from pagans? These are two entirely separate things.

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      • It’s not an analogy. It’s a reality. You claim it’s from Abraham. What historical and archaeological evidence you have before the 7th century that worshipping at the Kabaa if from Abraham?

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      • @ Ali

        Simple question do you deny the Arabs are from Ishmael(as)? As even the Bible states this.

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      • It’s so obvious you got that from Answering-islam cus they say exactly the same thing. Archeological evidence??? Why are xtians of ALL people talking about arch evidence? There is no arch evidence that Abraham even existed, or any of the other 95% of people mentioned in the bible.

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    • Don’t bother, he is a manworshiper who got owned and can’t answer issues which he himself brought up. He changes the topic more than a woman on her period.

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      • You change topic more often than Muhammad wearing his child bride garment.

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      • O look, the manworshiping vermin is here to bless with ones again another statement. And it was a piece of cloth you idiot. It wasn’t a woman’s dress. Another fail for the manworshiper who believes in a diapergod that got nailed to a stick.

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    • He thinks having the last word gives him a (imaginary) victory. Nothing new basically.

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  5. When discussing with Muslims, many Christian apologists are not interested in addressing any criticism against their Bible or beliefs – they are only interested in repeating old Christian lies about Prophet Muhammad.

    They think that repeating these old worn out lies to Muslims would make Muslims leave Islam ! Nothing as delusional as this ! No wonder, their Bible says their god sends strong delusion to make people believe the lie:

    “And for this reason God will send them strong delusion, that they should believe the lie” (2 Thessalonians 2:11)

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