The article below, written by Haris Ibrahim is proof that he is a Pluralism Musliom and a kafir.
That explains him being the "defender of the Christians insulting Allah" at his blog.
I tried to be nice and explain, but most of my comments were deleted,(just like RPK's blog before
I exposed him on my blog)
What is wrong with the article is.
1) It mean..s one can pray to a Jambu tree and yet get to heaven.
2) It means idol worshiping is permissible.
3) It means Allah is wrong when He said Trinity Christian will go to hell.
4) It means all religion are the same.
5) It means we cam be a Muslim,Christian,Hindu,Budhist,Pagan any time you wish to.
5) It means if you dont like Islam you can switch to Christianitu,Hindu,Pagan etc,etc.
6) It means you can "makan babi".
7) It means UMNO's money god is permissible.
8) It means that prophet Abraham does not need to teach against idol worshiping.
9) It means prophet Mohamad does not need to teach about Christians derogating their one god with a trinity and a son akin to Greek mythology Greek mythology.
10) It means that ignorance is accepted and we do not need to change it.
I don't know where he get his religion from,but it definitely is not from Islam.!!!
Therefore he must be a kafir or to put it politely, a Pluralism Muslim.
Maybe Jakim should do something here, no.???
Dont sleep on the job Jakim.!!!
Ban the 0.1% Christian Church from insulting Allah and Islam.!!!
posted by Harris Ibrahim on June 19,2008 @
Take the following four as given and not calling for proof.
First, that there is a God who will one day judge all of us.
Second, that there is a heaven and a hell and, based on God’s
judgment, all of us will either go to heaven or hell. There is no
Third, God’s law for all of us can be summed up by the following : serve Him by loving all of creation.
Finally, we all believe in God.
Yet even as we all believe, some believe in the unseen God whilst others ascribe to Him a form.
Imagine now that one Z, a bachelor with no family dependents,
believes that the jambu tree in his garden is God. Every morning , Z
wakes up, goes into his garden, prostrates before the jambu tree and
gives thanks for the blessings he will receive and asks that he be given
strength and courage to do what is good and right.
After his morning prayers, Z leaves his house and heads for his
workplace of the last 30 years : an orphanage. Z teaches English to
young orphans. Lunch is provided at the orphanage and in the evening,
before he leaves for home, Z picks up two food packs. One for dinner
that night and the other for breakfast tomorrow. That’s his wages for
That, in a nutshell, sums up Z’s daily life.
Fast forward to judgment day.
Z’s turn is up and he is summoned into the judgment chamber.
He enters with great trepidation, expecting to see his familiar jambu tree.
Nothing, except the sense of a Great Presence.
And then he hears judgment being handed down.
“Expecting a tree were you, you silly bugger! Go on, the door to heaven’s on the left”.