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أحمد القبانجي - الله ليس بحاجة الى التوحيد

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total9day

هل لله عرش طبعا لا. لكن لله قوته و ملكه، و التشبيه في القران موجود، و نص
القران فيه لمن امن من الجاهلية و للحداثيين ادله في القران على ملكه لعل
الناس تتدبر في وجود الله، الان بعيدا عن الادلة العلمية اعطيني دليل واحد على
من اوجد الارض لن تستطيع او اعطيني دليل على وجود الله لن تستطيع اذن لا تدخل
نفسك في متاهة انت في نفس الوقت تدور على نفسك دون جدوى. اسئل الله الهدائة لك
abdallh ail

فقال النبي - صلى الله عليه وسلم - : " أتعطوني كلمة واحدة تملكون بها العرب
وتدين لكم بها العجم ؟ " فقال أبو جهل : لله أبوك ، لنعطينكها وعشر أمثالها ،
فقال النبي - صلى الله عليه وسلم - : " قولوا لا إله إلا الله " . فنفروا من
ذلك ، وقاموا ، فقالوا : أجعل الآلهة إلها واحدا كيف يسع الخلق كلهم إله واحد
؟ فأنزل الله تعالى فيهم هذه الآيات [ إلى قوله ] : ( كذبت قبلهم قوم نوح ) .
wiskyobsobsobs

الله ينطيك الصحة يا اشرف مخلوق
mhmdabdalla100

اذا ابصرتم بافكار هذا الشيخ لقضي على التيار الملحد العلماني واصبح الاسلام
الدين الاوسع والاكثر قبولا
vanpersievip

آآآخخخ من هذا الزمان !! لم ينطق الرويبضة فقط بل نطق المجانين معهم !!
wsam targ

يقول علماء الاجنماع ان الانسان يميل الى تعدد الاله وليس التوحيد ياسيد
القبنجي وهذا حال الغالبيه الساحقه من الاديان التي ظهرت هلى وجهه الارض


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News Report:


UN envoy claims Israel tried to bar him from pre-Easter rites

JERUSALEM - A United Nations envoy accused Israel on Saturday of trying to block him and other diplomats from a pre-Easter "Holy Fire" ritual in the packed Jerusalem church Christians revere as the burial site of Jesus.

The incident, following two days of violence at a separate flashpoint holy site for Jews and Muslims, pointed up rising tensions in the politically charged city ahead of Pope Francis's Holy Land visit next month.

Israel dismissed the U.N. complaint, calling it an attempt to inflate a "micro-incident" and noting there was no reported violence among the tens of thousands of Christians who thronged to the Holy Sepulcher Church in Jerusalem's old walled city

"Holy Fire" is a traditional Orthodox Christian ceremony at which they say a miraculous fire appears at the site identified as Jesus's tomb every year on the day before Easter.

Robert Serry, the U.N.'s peace envoy to the Middle East, said in a statement Israeli security officers had stopped a group of Palestinian worshipers and diplomats in a procession near the church, "claiming they had orders to that effect".

Serry added in separate remarks to Reuters he had waited with Italian, Norwegian and Dutch diplomats for up to a half hour crushed by a crowd against a barricade, while Israeli officers ignored his appeals to speak with a superior.

"It became really dangerous because there was a big crowd and I was pushed against a metal fence the police put up there, the crowd tried to push really hard," Serry said, adding they might have been trampled had police not finally let them pass.

"I don't understand why this happened," he added. "I'm not saying I felt my life was in imminent danger, but this wasn't something you associate with a peaceful procession for Easter."

‘Problem of judgment’

Terry Balata, a Palestinian witness, told Reuters she heard the Israeli officer tell Serry, who was with about 30 other diplomats and worshipers, "so what?" when he identified himself as U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's envoy to the region.

Charging "unacceptable behavior from the Israeli security authorities," Serry demanded in his statement that all parties "respect the right of religious freedom."

An Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman denied Serry's charges and accused him of displaying "a serious problem of judgment" as there was no reported violence during the prayers and a customary torch-lit "Holy Fire" ritual held at the church.

Spokesman Yigal Palmor acknowledged though that police took steps to limit the crowd packed into the church and narrow streets outside it. "If there was any pushing and shoving I would say it was a micro-incident," Palmor said.

Israeli police did not immediately comment on the incident, which came as they grappled with tensions elsewhere in the old city where Jews celebrated a week-long Passover festival at the same time as Christians prepared for Easter.

Earlier this week, police confronted Muslim protesters throwing stones near the al-Aqsa Mosque as Jews visited the surrounding area, which Judaism reveres as the place where biblical temples once stood.

Pope Francis plans to visit Jerusalem and holy sites in the occupied West Bank such as Bethlehem when he makes his first Holy Land sojourn as pontiff late in May.

The increased tension in Jerusalem also coincided with a crisis in U.S.-brokered peace talks, at risk of collapsing unless Israelis and Palestinians agree to extend negotiations to resolve their conflict past an April 29 deadline. — Reuters





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