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    افتراضي رد: دعوة ملحد

    أختي بعد خليه يسمع قرآن وهذا رابط

    http://quran.com/

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    مت فهمت وش كتبتي ؟؟
    وايش اقوله
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    دعوآآآآتكم لي ولوآآلدي وأهلي وعآئلتي ولجميع المسلمين
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    هل موقع القران موثوق منّه ؟ يعني مو محرّف ولا شيء ؟

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    ارسلت له ننتظر الله يهديه يا رب

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    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

    أختي أنا كنت راده على كلامه بالانجليزي يعني انتي حطيتي اهنيه رده وانا رديت عليه يعني اسايرة ولازم نخليه يقتنع بالاسلام فهمتيني بالرد عليه .. يعني انتي تسوين كوبي حق كل شي اكتبه بالانجليزيو ترسليله والكلمات اللي باللون الحمر هذيلا أسماء كتب ممكن انتي ادشين ع مواقعهم وتنزليهم أو تحطين الموضوع مثل ما هو عندج يعني مثل ما انا كاتبتنه اهنه بالانجليزي .. انا فيهم رد عليه عشان اقنعه لانه ما في حل الا الاقناع وطرح الكتب والقصص اللي نقدر نقنعه فيها.. القرآن موثوق ..

    بس زين انج سويتي ورسلتيله صح اللي سويتيله .. أختي بس خبريني انتي متى تكونين متواجدة في المنتدى عشان ما تيلسن تنتظرين مني الرد اكون وياج اهنيه

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    مو دايمن
    وهذا رده [ الي تحت الاول والي فوق الثاني ]


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    أوكيه أختي عيل ع تستعيلين فردي لاني مشغولة

    لاني انا معج .. ع الحلوة والمرة ..

    بارك الله فيك ..

    هو يقول أنه ليس بحاجة الى رب ولا يبى انه ينحني لاي اله ويقول انتوا تدعون انه فيه رب اللي هو الله .. وانا أجذب هذا ..وهو بيظل على هالوضع لاخر الدنيا ..

    أختي هذي قصة أرسليله أيها ..هذي القصة قصة ملحد وكيف أسلم ..


    Radko, Ex-Atheist, Czech (part 1 of 2): Atheism to Christianity

    I once knew an atheist who claimed he’d never believed in God’s existence. In his view, believers were supposed to be people of weak character who felt the necessity to find a crutch for their inability and laziness, so they attended church. He felt agitated if, when the debating religion, he could not persuade the opponent with his arguments. He despised believers in an almost hysterical way. He had, however, a very good friend who believed in God. They agreed to refrain from discussing religion whenever together.
    One day this man, probably in a rare moment of weakness, accepted the invitation of his friend to visit his church. To himself, he laughed at the thought of speaking out in the middle of mass and laughing and pointing his finger at the believers from the pulpit. However, as we know, God works in mysterious ways. He went to church, stood in the back benches, and stared at the people praying.
    The mass service started and he gave all of them a sarcastic glance. Then the sermon began, lasting about 15 minutes. Suddenly, in the middle of the sermon, tears welled in his eyes. A strange feeling of joy and happiness washed away his animosity, a feeling that engulfed his entire body. After mass, the two friends left together. They were silent until the moment they were to part ways, when he asked his friend whether they could go to church together again. They agreed to go again the next day.
    It’s possible some of you might have guessed that I was that stubborn atheist. I had felt nothing but contempt and hatred towards people of faith. But after that sermon in 1989, when the priest discussed how we should not judge others if we don’t want to be judged, my life suddenly took a dramatic turn.
    I started attending church services regularly and was thirsty for any information on God and Jesus Christ. I took part in meetings with Christian youngsters where we exchanged our spiritual experiences. I felt resurrected. Suddenly I felt the need to be in the company of believers. I needed to make up for the past 18 years.
    I was brought up in an atheist family, who except for having me baptized, did not exercise any attempt to guide my spiritual development. I remember being in sixth grade when a comrade was sent by the Communist Party to explain to us why God does not exist. I remember myself absorbing his every word. In my case, I needed no convincing. I believed everything he said. His arrogance, contempt, and hatred towards believers became mine. But now I had to make up for all those years.
    I met with a priest and others who guided me in this new direction. I was full of so many questions, to which they responded. Later I was to realize a big mistake: I accepted everything without contemplation or reflection. I could say that they explained things to me in a ‘take-it-as-is’ manner, but that would not be fair to them. It was, in fact, my mistake. I didn’t reflect upon their words, nor did I think critically. This would cause me a lot of complications later. In retrospect, I believe an important factor that influenced my behavior was age. I was too young to properly comprehend matters so serious and complicated as faith.
    I wished to become a good Christian, and God knows I tried very hard. Yet over time, I could not reconcile the contradictions found in the Bible, such as the divine nature of Prophet Jesus and the concept of inherited sin. Priests tried to respond to my questions, but eventually, their patience began to run thin. I was told that such matters should be accepted on faith, and that these questions were a waste of time and would only serve to distance me from God. Till this day, I recall myself quarreling with a spiritual leader, an event that restarted my self-destructive tendencies. Maybe I wasn’t right after all. I was young.
    How I Became Muslim
    My path toward Islam wasn’t easy at all. You may think that since I was disappointed with Christianity, I would have immediately accepted Islam as my faith. This could have been very simple, but all I knew about Islam at the time were things like Muslims refer to God as Allah, they read the Quran instead of the Bible, and they worship somebody called Muhammad. Also, I think I was not yet ready to accept Islam.
    So I withdrew from the church community and claimed to be a soloist Christian. I found out, however, that even though I didn’t miss the community of believers or church, God was ‘settled’ so deep in my heart that I couldn’t let Him go. I didn’t even try. Quite the opposite. I felt happy to have God around and hoped He was on my side.
    Later I began to engage in one stupidity after another, living a life of luxury and lust. I did not realize that such a road would lead me away from God and towards hell. A friend of mine says that you need to hit rock bottom in order to feel the ground beneath your feet. This is exactly what happened to me. I fell really deep. I can just imagine how Satan must have been waiting for me with open arms, but God did not give up on me and gave me another chance.


    أنتي بعدج اصري عليه بقرأت الكتابين يا انتج تحطيهم روابط او انج تحطيهم مثل ما هم لانه يمر بمرحلة مثل مرحلة كاتب الكتاب

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    التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة المتفردة ; 16-05-2013 الساعة 09:54 AM

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    هذا هو رده على رسالتي:

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    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

    ردي عليه أختي طيبة لانه شكله يجادل وهو عارف انه غلطان ..

    سأليه ليش يقول:

    how can you help them?

    why God has never answered your prayers. what is your problems? God has answered you , if you don't have sins

    now you have sins because you don't believe in Allah. this is the greatest
    sin in your life

    ok dear you promise me if Allah is exists then you will take this risk

    أخواتي شكله يجادل بقوة ونحن لازم نبرهن له انه الله موجود .. وبنستخدم معها المعجزات والقصص ..

    وكلامه غير مفهوم لانه native speaker وقواعد اللغة عنده ضعيفه.. وع حسب اللي افهمه ارد ...

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    أختي الفردوس ردي عليه بالقصة

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    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
    عندي اقتراح وأريد رأيكم فيه وهو أن نرسل لأحد المواقع الموثوق فيها مثل موقع الشيخ يوسف استس ونطلب منهم التواصل معه فهم أقدر على فهمه والرد عليه
    ما رأيكم؟؟

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