North Africa Qaeda offers to help Nigerian Muslims (Page 4)

Date: 01-02-2010 10:38 pm (12 years ago) | Author: Keji LaBelle Rox
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- jonathan2010 at 3-02-2010 03:00 PM (12 years ago)
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Quote from: vantheo on  3-02-2010 02:39 PM
Make dem come! MEND go finish them
yes oh! dey no know the name naija, make dem come any time any day. dey think say na to dey send stupid mesg for web.
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- famous5 at 3-02-2010 03:16 PM (12 years ago)
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These are just a threat they will  not succed, i think the are been jealous about this country they have succeded in putting our name in terrorist list and they think our youth is their prime target for their dirty job Angry
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- Dmajesty at 3-02-2010 03:23 PM (12 years ago)
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Any Muslim Folk in Naija that opted for the training from al qaeda is a bundle of disgrace to human hood and must be a bastard. No religion hate the other in naija. We are one naija fighting for one course, that is peace and unity!
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- phidims at 3-02-2010 04:11 PM (12 years ago)
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The Bible said "because the Lord is in the Land it can never be distroyed". God is in Nigeria, Plateau state specifically. Nothing dey happen. If God Be for us, who can be against us?
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- zolazola at 3-02-2010 05:26 PM (12 years ago)
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phyuk al queada
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- justix2bb at 3-02-2010 09:11 PM (12 years ago)
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let them come, i will prepare for the battle too to fight against the useless senseless Muslim ppls, mostly the northerners in Nigeria.. Useless Muslim ppls no doesnt know anything except violence.. I´m sorry if you are a Muslim but i am saying the truth and ready for the battle..
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- cadanre at 3-02-2010 09:23 PM (12 years ago)
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It is sad that the issue of media propaganda against Islam has started in Nigerian based social website that appeared to be respected and used by many Nigerians both Muslims and Christians. The issue of Muslim mobs as said by ktalent in his article is not good. It shows that  the blogist is looking towards causing another trouble that may start here and end where nobody knows. Religious issue is very important and sensitive issue that has to be treated with caution, and at least both Muslims and Christians deserves respect.

If Muslims are referred to as mobs, what his fellow Christians that all started the crisis in the year 2001 should be called? If he can refresh his memory, he may be able to remember that it was Christians that started the crisis by attacking, with all sorts of dangerous arms, the Muslims when they were performing their Friday (Jumu'at) prayer in Jos. That was the begining of Jos crises. Moreso, there is a need for him to name the Christians that slaughter hundreds of Muslims in Yelwan Shendam, Lantan, and the rest of others during 2003 crisis. These Muslims, majority women and children, were killed for no reason but because they are Muslims. And according to Jos people, Hausa Fulani are tenants, while they (Biram and others) are the landlords. It is the funniest thing for a Biram and Angas, or whatever they are called to claim that Hausa Fulani are settlers. But there is no wonder because in their lives, they do not have anything, both at home and away. They are the people that sold their farmlands and market stalls to Muslims, the money with which they drink alcohol and spend the rest on women. Muslims wherever you find them are not hopeless. If Biram and Angas does not thank Hausa Fulani, he should not do them harm, or even insult them. I am sure he may remember when the Sardauna of Sokoto, Sir Ahmadu Bello was bringing them down from the hilltops and teaching them how to wear cloth. Let us find out about this.

In anyway Muslims are not terrorists. No doubt about that. The reverse is the case. If you say that Muslims are causing the crisis why not in Katsina, Sokoto, Zamfara, etc where they, Muslims are 99%?

I strongly advise the blogist to desist from posting such unguarded and disrespectful articles, because, in the current situation, they are uncalled for. It will only help to fuel the crisis. To be warned is to be armed........................................................!!!

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- cadanre at 3-02-2010 09:26 PM (12 years ago)
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It is sad that the issue of media propaganda against Islam has started in Nigerian based social website that appeared to be respected and used by many Nigerians both Muslims and Christians. The issue of Muslim mobs as said by ktalent in his article is not good. It shows that  the blogist is looking towards causing another trouble that may start here and end where nobody knows. Religious issue is very important and sensitive issue that has to be treated with caution, and at least both Muslims and Christians deserves respect.

If Muslims are referred to as mobs, what his fellow Christians that all started the crisis in the year 2001 should be called? If he can refresh his memory, he may be able to remember that it was Christians that started the crisis by attacking, with all sorts of dangerous arms, the Muslims when they were performing their Friday (Jumu'at) prayer in Jos. That was the begining of Jos crises. Moreso, there is a need for him to name the Christians that slaughter hundreds of Muslims in Yelwan Shendam, Lantan, and the rest of others during 2003 crisis. These Muslims, majority women and children, were killed for no reason but because they are Muslims. And according to Jos people, Hausa Fulani are tenants, while they (Biram and others) are the landlords. It is the funniest thing for a Biram and Angas, or whatever they are called to claim that Hausa Fulani are settlers. But there is no wonder because in their lives, they do not have anything, both at home and away. They are the people that sold their farmlands and market stalls to Muslims, the money with which they drink alcohol and spend the rest on women. Muslims wherever you find them are not hopeless. If Biram and Angas does not thank Hausa Fulani, he should not do them harm, or even insult them. I am sure he may remember when the Sardauna of Sokoto, Sir Ahmadu Bello was bringing them down from the hilltops and teaching them how to wear cloth. Let us find out about this.

In anyway Muslims are not terrorists. No doubt about that. The reverse is the case. If you say that Muslims are causing the crisis why not in Katsina, Sokoto, Zamfara, etc where they, Muslims are 99%?

I strongly advise the blogist to desist from posting such unguarded and disrespectful articles, because, in the current situation, they are uncalled for. It will only help to fuel the crisis. To be warned is to be armed........................................................!!!

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- slydovakio at 3-02-2010 10:05 PM (12 years ago)
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only God fit judge .......abi?
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- jonathan2010 at 3-02-2010 10:45 PM (12 years ago)
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phyuk them! they think they can turn naija into terrorist country, thats my place of birth. let them come any time any day, im ready to protect my fathers land.shit!
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- Mekoyor at 3-02-2010 11:53 PM (12 years ago)
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Jesus is coming very soon

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- sweetdaddy at 4-02-2010 12:53 AM (12 years ago)
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hello, i care to know you better. am cool
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- megamoni at 4-02-2010 08:32 AM (12 years ago)
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 well as  i write  this  if you like go through all the book and  history of books  you will see  the same about what i  have written here
i am not  killing or condemn   there religion  but i am telling you the reality of what i discovered and what  is the truth of  all the matter .go through  all the predictions from www.nostradamus.org . about muslim , you will find out  that  it all about disaster and  conflict
. read this  and understand  what  i mean by this .



                                               § 40. Position of Mohammedanism in Church History.

 

While new races and countries in Northern and Western Europe, unknown to the apostles, were added to the Christian Church, we behold in Asia and Africa the opposite spectacle of the rise and progress of a rival religion which is now acknowledged by more than one-tenth of the inhabitants of the globe. It is called "Mohammedanism" from its founder, or "Islâm," from its chief virtue, which is absolute surrender to the one true God. Like Christianity, it had its birth in the Shemitic race, the parent of the three monotheistic religions, but in an obscure and even desert district, and had a more rapid, though less enduring success.

But what a difference in the means employed and the results reached!  Christianity made its conquest by peaceful missionaries and the power of persuasion, and carried with it the blessings of home, freedom and civilization. Mohammedanism conquered the fairest portions of the earth by the sword and cursed them by polygamy, slavery, despotism and desolation. The moving power of Christian missions was love to God and man; the moving power of Islâm was fanaticism and brute force. Christianity has found a home among all nations and climes; Mohammedanism, although it made a most vigorous effort to conquer the world, is after all a religion of the desert, of the tent and the caravan, and confined to nomad and savage or half-civilized nations, chiefly Arabs, Persians, and Turks. It never made an impression on Europe except by brute force; it is only encamped, not really domesticated, in Constantinople, and when it must withdraw from Europe it will leave no trace behind.

Islâm in its conquering march took forcible possession of the lands of the Bible, and the Greek church, seized the throne of Constantine, overran Spain, crossed the Pyrenees, and for a long time threatened even the church of Rome and the German empire, until it was finally repulsed beneath the walls of Vienna. The Crusades which figure so prominently in the history of mediaeval Christianity, originated in the desire to wrest the holy land from the followers of "the false prophet," and brought the East in contact with the West. The monarchy and the church of Spain, with their architecture, chivalry, bigotry, and inquisition, emerged from a fierce conflict with the Moors. Even the Reformation in the sixteenth century was complicated with the Turkish question, which occupied the attention of the diet of Augsburg as much as the Confession of the Evangelical princes and divines. Luther, in one of his most popular hymns, prays for deliverance from "the murdering Pope and Turk," as the two chief enemies of the gospel137; and the Anglican Prayer Book, in the collect for Good Friday, invokes God "to have mercy upon all Turks," as well as upon "Jews, Infidels, and Heretics."138

The danger for Western Christendom from that quarter has long since passed away; the "unspeakable" Turk has ceased to be unconquerable, but the Asiatic and a part of the East European portion of the Greek church are still subject to the despotic rule of the Sultan, whose throne in Constantinople has been for more than four hundred years a standing insult to Christendom.

Mohammedanism then figures as a hostile force, as a real Ishmaelite in church history; it is the only formidable rival which Christianity ever had, the only religion which for a while at least aspired to universal empire.

And yet it is not hostile only. It has not been without beneficial effect upon Western civilization. It aided in the development of chivalry; it influenced Christian architecture; it stimulated the study of mathematics, chemistry, medicine (as is indicated by the technical terms: algebra, chemistry, alchemy); and the Arabic translations and commentaries on Aristotle by the Spanish Moors laid the philosophical foundation of scholasticism. Even the conquest of Constantinople by the Turks brought an inestimable blessing to the West by driving Greek scholars with the Greek Testament to Italy to inaugurate there the revival of letters which prepared the way for the Protestant Reformation.

Viewed in its relation to the Eastern Church which it robbed of the fairest dominions, Mohammedanism was a well-deserved divine punishment for the unfruitful speculations, bitter contentions, empty ceremonialism and virtual idolatry which degraded and disgraced the Christianity of the East after the fifth century. The essence of true religion, love to God and to man, was eaten out by rancor and strife, and there was left no power of ultimate resistance to the foreign conqueror. The hatred between the orthodox Eastern church and the Eastern schismatics driven from her communion, and the jealousy between the Greek and Latin churches prevented them from aiding each other in efforts to arrest the progress of the common foe. The Greeks detested the Latin Filioque as a heresy more deadly than Islâm; while the Latins cared more for the supremacy of the Pope than the triumph of Christianity, and set up during the Crusades a rival hierarchy in the East. Even now Greek and Latin monks in Bethlehem and Jerusalem are apt to fight at Christmas and Easter over the cradle and the grave of their common Lord and Redeemer, unless Turkish soldiers keep them in order!139

But viewed in relation to the heathenism from which it arose or which it converted, Mahommedanism is a vast progress, and may ultimately be a stepping-stone to Christianity, like the law of Moses which served as a schoolmaster to lead men to the gospel. It has destroyed the power of idolatry in Arabia and a large part of Asia and Africa, and raised Tartars and Negroes from the rudest forms of superstition to the belief and worship of the one true God, and to a certain degree of civilization.

It should be mentioned, however, that, according to the testimony of missionaries and African travelers, Mohammedanism has inflamed the simple minded African tribes with the impure fire of fanaticism and given them greater power of resistance to Christianity. Sir William Muir, a very competent judge, thinks that Mohammedanism by the poisoning influence of polygamy and slavery, and by crushing all freedom of judgment in religion has interposed the most effectual barrier against the reception of Christianity. "No system," he says, "could have been devised with more consummate skill for shutting out the nations over which it has sway, from the light of truth. Idolatrous Arabs might have been aroused to spiritual life and to the adoption of the faith of Jesus; Mahometan Arabia is, to the human eye, sealed against the benign influences of the gospel .... The sword of Mahomet and the Coran are the most fatal enemies of civilization, liberty, and truth."140

This is no doubt true of the past. But we have not yet seen the end of this historical problem. It is not impossible that Islâm may yet prove to be a necessary condition for the revival of a pure Scriptural religion in the East. Protestant missionaries from England and America enjoy greater liberty under the Mohammedan rule than they would under a Greek or Russian government. The Mohammedan abhorrence of idolatry and image worship, Mohammedan simplicity and temperance are points of contact with the evangelical type of Christianity, which from the extreme West has established flourishing missions in the most important parts of Turkey. The Greek Church can do little or nothing with the Mohammedans; if they are to be converted it must be done by a Christianity which is free from all appearance of idolatry, more simple in worship, and more vigorous in life than that which they have so easily conquered and learned to despise. It is an encouraging fact that Mohammedans have, great respect for the Anglo-Saxon race. They now swear by the word of an Englishman as much as by the beard of Mohammed.

Islâm is still a great religious power in the East. It rules supreme in Syria, Palestine, Asia Minor, Egypt, North Africa, and makes progress among the savage tribes in the interior of the Dark Continent. It is by no means simply, as Schlegel characterized the system, "a prophet without miracles, a faith without mysteries, and a morality without love."  It has tenacity, aggressive vitality and intense enthusiasm. Every traveller in the Orient must be struck with the power of its simple monotheism upon its followers. A visit to the Moslem University in the Mosque El Azhar at Cairo is very instructive. It dates from the tenth century (975), and numbers (or numbered in 1877, when I visited it) no less than ten thousand students who come from all parts of the Mohammedan world and present the appearance of a huge Sunday School, seated in small groups on the floor, studying the Koran as the beginning and end of all wisdom, and then at the stated hours for prayer rising to perform their devotions under the lead of their teachers. They live in primitive simplicity, studying, eating and sleeping on a blanket or straw mat in the same mosque, but the expression of their faces betrays the fanatical devotion to their creed. They support themselves, or are aided by the alms of the faithful. The teachers (over three hundred) receive no salary and live by private instruction or presents from rich scholars.

Nevertheless the power of Islâm, like its symbol, the moon, is disappearing before the sun of Christianity which is rising once more over the Eastern horizon. Nearly one-third of its followers are under Christian (mostly English) rule. It is essentially a politico-religious system, and Turkey is its stronghold. The Sultan has long been a "sick man," and owes his life to the forbearance and jealousy of the Christian powers. Sooner or later he will be driven out of Europe, to Brusa or Mecca. The colossal empire of Russia is the hereditary enemy of Turkey, and would have destroyed her in the wars of 1854 and 1877, if Catholic France and Protestant England had not come to her aid. In the meantime the silent influences of European civilization and Christian missions are undermining the foundations of Turkey, and preparing the way for a religious, moral and social regeneration and transformation of the East. "God’s mills grind slowly, but surely and wonderfully fine."  A thousand years before Him are as one day, and one day may do the work of a thousand years.
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- megamoni at 4-02-2010 08:35 AM (12 years ago)
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 § 40. Position of Mohammedanism in Church History.

 

While new races and countries in Northern and Western Europe, unknown to the apostles, were added to the Christian Church, we behold in Asia and Africa the opposite spectacle of the rise and progress of a rival religion which is now acknowledged by more than one-tenth of the inhabitants of the globe. It is called "Mohammedanism" from its founder, or "Islâm," from its chief virtue, which is absolute surrender to the one true God. Like Christianity, it had its birth in the Shemitic race, the parent of the three monotheistic religions, but in an obscure and even desert district, and had a more rapid, though less enduring success.

But what a difference in the means employed and the results reached!  Christianity made its conquest by peaceful missionaries and the power of persuasion, and carried with it the blessings of home, freedom and civilization. Mohammedanism conquered the fairest portions of the earth by the sword and cursed them by polygamy, slavery, despotism and desolation. The moving power of Christian missions was love to God and man; the moving power of Islâm was fanaticism and brute force. Christianity has found a home among all nations and climes; Mohammedanism, although it made a most vigorous effort to conquer the world, is after all a religion of the desert, of the tent and the caravan, and confined to nomad and savage or half-civilized nations, chiefly Arabs, Persians, and Turks. It never made an impression on Europe except by brute force; it is only encamped, not really domesticated, in Constantinople, and when it must withdraw from Europe it will leave no trace behind.

Islâm in its conquering march took forcible possession of the lands of the Bible, and the Greek church, seized the throne of Constantine, overran Spain, crossed the Pyrenees, and for a long time threatened even the church of Rome and the German empire, until it was finally repulsed beneath the walls of Vienna. The Crusades which figure so prominently in the history of mediaeval Christianity, originated in the desire to wrest the holy land from the followers of "the false prophet," and brought the East in contact with the West. The monarchy and the church of Spain, with their architecture, chivalry, bigotry, and inquisition, emerged from a fierce conflict with the Moors. Even the Reformation in the sixteenth century was complicated with the Turkish question, which occupied the attention of the diet of Augsburg as much as the Confession of the Evangelical princes and divines. Luther, in one of his most popular hymns, prays for deliverance from "the murdering Pope and Turk," as the two chief enemies of the gospel137; and the Anglican Prayer Book, in the collect for Good Friday, invokes God "to have mercy upon all Turks," as well as upon "Jews, Infidels, and Heretics."138

The danger for Western Christendom from that quarter has long since passed away; the "unspeakable" Turk has ceased to be unconquerable, but the Asiatic and a part of the East European portion of the Greek church are still subject to the despotic rule of the Sultan, whose throne in Constantinople has been for more than four hundred years a standing insult to Christendom.

Mohammedanism then figures as a hostile force, as a real Ishmaelite in church history; it is the only formidable rival which Christianity ever had, the only religion which for a while at least aspired to universal empire.

And yet it is not hostile only. It has not been without beneficial effect upon Western civilization. It aided in the development of chivalry; it influenced Christian architecture; it stimulated the study of mathematics, chemistry, medicine (as is indicated by the technical terms: algebra, chemistry, alchemy); and the Arabic translations and commentaries on Aristotle by the Spanish Moors laid the philosophical foundation of scholasticism. Even the conquest of Constantinople by the Turks brought an inestimable blessing to the West by driving Greek scholars with the Greek Testament to Italy to inaugurate there the revival of letters which prepared the way for the Protestant Reformation.

Viewed in its relation to the Eastern Church which it robbed of the fairest dominions, Mohammedanism was a well-deserved divine punishment for the unfruitful speculations, bitter contentions, empty ceremonialism and virtual idolatry which degraded and disgraced the Christianity of the East after the fifth century. The essence of true religion, love to God and to man, was eaten out by rancor and strife, and there was left no power of ultimate resistance to the foreign conqueror. The hatred between the orthodox Eastern church and the Eastern schismatics driven from her communion, and the jealousy between the Greek and Latin churches prevented them from aiding each other in efforts to arrest the progress of the common foe. The Greeks detested the Latin Filioque as a heresy more deadly than Islâm; while the Latins cared more for the supremacy of the Pope than the triumph of Christianity, and set up during the Crusades a rival hierarchy in the East. Even now Greek and Latin monks in Bethlehem and Jerusalem are apt to fight at Christmas and Easter over the cradle and the grave of their common Lord and Redeemer, unless Turkish soldiers keep them in order!139

But viewed in relation to the heathenism from which it arose or which it converted, Mahommedanism is a vast progress, and may ultimately be a stepping-stone to Christianity, like the law of Moses which served as a schoolmaster to lead men to the gospel. It has destroyed the power of idolatry in Arabia and a large part of Asia and Africa, and raised Tartars and Negroes from the rudest forms of superstition to the belief and worship of the one true God, and to a certain degree of civilization.

It should be mentioned, however, that, according to the testimony of missionaries and African travelers, Mohammedanism has inflamed the simple minded African tribes with the impure fire of fanaticism and given them greater power of resistance to Christianity. Sir William Muir, a very competent judge, thinks that Mohammedanism by the poisoning influence of polygamy and slavery, and by crushing all freedom of judgment in religion has interposed the most effectual barrier against the reception of Christianity. "No system," he says, "could have been devised with more consummate skill for shutting out the nations over which it has sway, from the light of truth. Idolatrous Arabs might have been aroused to spiritual life and to the adoption of the faith of Jesus; Mahometan Arabia is, to the human eye, sealed against the benign influences of the gospel .... The sword of Mahomet and the Coran are the most fatal enemies of civilization, liberty, and truth."140

This is no doubt true of the past. But we have not yet seen the end of this historical problem. It is not impossible that Islâm may yet prove to be a necessary condition for the revival of a pure Scriptural religion in the East. Protestant missionaries from England and America enjoy greater liberty under the Mohammedan rule than they would under a Greek or Russian government. The Mohammedan abhorrence of idolatry and image worship, Mohammedan simplicity and temperance are points of contact with the evangelical type of Christianity, which from the extreme West has established flourishing missions in the most important parts of Turkey. The Greek Church can do little or nothing with the Mohammedans; if they are to be converted it must be done by a Christianity which is free from all appearance of idolatry, more simple in worship, and more vigorous in life than that which they have so easily conquered and learned to despise. It is an encouraging fact that Mohammedans have, great respect for the Anglo-Saxon race. They now swear by the word of an Englishman as much as by the beard of Mohammed.

Islâm is still a great religious power in the East. It rules supreme in Syria, Palestine, Asia Minor, Egypt, North Africa, and makes progress among the savage tribes in the interior of the Dark Continent. It is by no means simply, as Schlegel characterized the system, "a prophet without miracles, a faith without mysteries, and a morality without love."  It has tenacity, aggressive vitality and intense enthusiasm. Every traveller in the Orient must be struck with the power of its simple monotheism upon its followers. A visit to the Moslem University in the Mosque El Azhar at Cairo is very instructive. It dates from the tenth century (975), and numbers (or numbered in 1877, when I visited it) no less than ten thousand students who come from all parts of the Mohammedan world and present the appearance of a huge Sunday School, seated in small groups on the floor, studying the Koran as the beginning and end of all wisdom, and then at the stated hours for prayer rising to perform their devotions under the lead of their teachers. They live in primitive simplicity, studying, eating and sleeping on a blanket or straw mat in the same mosque, but the expression of their faces betrays the fanatical devotion to their creed. They support themselves, or are aided by the alms of the faithful. The teachers (over three hundred) receive no salary and live by private instruction or presents from rich scholars.

Nevertheless the power of Islâm, like its symbol, the moon, is disappearing before the sun of Christianity which is rising once more over the Eastern horizon. Nearly one-third of its followers are under Christian (mostly English) rule. It is essentially a politico-religious system, and Turkey is its stronghold. The Sultan has long been a "sick man," and owes his life to the forbearance and jealousy of the Christian powers. Sooner or later he will be driven out of Europe, to Brusa or Mecca. The colossal empire of Russia is the hereditary enemy of Turkey, and would have destroyed her in the wars of 1854 and 1877, if Catholic France and Protestant England had not come to her aid. In the meantime the silent influences of European civilization and Christian missions are undermining the foundations of Turkey, and preparing the way for a religious, moral and social regeneration and transformation of the East. "God’s mills grind slowly, but surely and wonderfully fine."  A thousand years before Him are as one day, and one day may do the work of a thousand years.
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- zolazola at 4-02-2010 08:44 AM (12 years ago)
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text book reading in NP
nah wah
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- Sweetstuff at 4-02-2010 09:32 AM (12 years ago)
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Wow!Dnt know what 2 say....tanx 4 dis,its highly enlightening.
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- samaja at 4-02-2010 10:28 AM (12 years ago)
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GOD IS GOING TO TAKE CONTROL OF THE SITUTATION ABSLOVETLY
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- ktalent at 4-02-2010 10:31 AM (12 years ago)
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Quote from: zilze on  3-02-2010 07:47 AM
dont mind Al Qaeda, they cannot do more than a "hanging pant". If the muslims feel non-muslims are enemies of islam, den dey should simply de-amalgamate from us and go their way or people what  do u think?

Yea...dats wot i think...i fink its high time North Nigeria have their own secession! Only they wouldn't let go just cuz Nigeria will have the oil resource.

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- ktalent at 4-02-2010 10:32 AM (12 years ago)
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Quote from: jonathan2010 on  3-02-2010 01:55 PM
Quote from: jonathan2010 on  3-02-2010 01:18 PM
Quote from: haraka on  2-02-2010 09:54 PM
Alhamdulillah, Alhamdulillah, Alhamdulillah. We are ready to fight in the name of God. To fight the enemies of islam. Lailahaillallah, Muhammad rasulillah(SAW)
you just a phyukkin fool , fools like u, qaeda can use like that lil boy that brought our country name on dirty list. since u ready come out and start the fight, phyukkin dick ass muther phyukker.
you better move your ass out of this forum and go join any of the qaeda website, since u dont want good in naija land you want naija to be like somalia and sudan, crak head.

lol...

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- ktalent at 4-02-2010 10:36 AM (12 years ago)
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Quote from: Sweetstuff on  4-02-2010 09:32 AM
Wow!Dnt know what 2 say....tanx 4 dis,its highly enlightening.

You're welcome sister.

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