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Offline James  
#251 Posted : Friday, July 29, 2011 5:03:56 AM(UTC)
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D wrote:
God is watching what you are doing by spreading lies about the Prophet Muhammad the Greatest man ever to live on the face of this planet, you may be able to deceive the thousands of mindless sheep out there that just believe anything they read or hear but you can't deceive God you can't on judgement day no layer in the world will be able to pay off God and let you go un punished you will pay for your lies about Islam and Muhammad.

My God All mighty guide you to the truth before it's too late.

Remember Punishment in Hellfire is eternal.


YY wrote:
God is watching me, that is a fact. His name is Yahowah. And He is the one who asked me to reveal the truth about the false-prophet Muhammad.

You have a perverse definition of greatest, one akin to Satan (who is Allah by the way) to call a pedophile, rapist, incestuous adulterer, who led 75 terrorist raids in the first ten years of the Islamic Era, and financed his new religion based upon kidnapping, stealing, and the slave trade, while murdering tens of thousands of people, the "greatest man whoever lived." Now if you said the "most repulsive," "biggest liar," "most violent and immoral," then you would have demonstrated that you were informed and rational.

But alas, you are neither. Like all of those beguiled by religion, you are a mindless sheep, willing to believe anything you are told, no matter how foolish it is. And that is because you don't care enough about the truth to consider it. Prophet of Doom is the most truthful and complete presentation of Muhammad's words and deeds ever written. The evidence from Islam's oldest sources is undeniable. The conclusions are irrefutable.

Unlike you, I don't have any beliefs. Unlike you I have read and considered the evidence. Unlike you I know that Muhammad was a complete fraud.

The god you speak of was modeled after Satan. That is obvious to anyone who has read and studied both Yahowah's testimony and Allah's. So while I will not be judged by him, if you continue to promote his religion, you will spend your eternity with him--and it won't be paradise.

And speaking of paradise, the Qur'an's depictions of it are so obviously untrue, it remains a mystery that so many Muslims kill to gain admission.

Since you closed with "hell fire," have you ever bothered to think how odd it is that the Qur'an constantly depicts Allah in hell torturing those who didn't believe and then submit to him? Isn't there something revealing about a god who tortures people and spends his time in hell?

Yahowah doesn't torture anyone. Never has, never will. And hell is the one place Yahowah never goes because it is by definition the place of separation.


YY
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Offline James  
#252 Posted : Wednesday, August 10, 2011 3:25:24 AM(UTC)
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New email from Miss M in Tunisia

Miss M wrote:

Hi POD

I have a quick question.. It's about Aisha (again!!! can't get over the fact that Mohammad married a 6 yr old).. what I understood from reading elswhere, he claims that God wanted him to marry Aisa, did I understand correctly?

People on facebook are talking about the USA donating 20 milliion dollars to the Islamist party.. Many Tunisians are worried about this party winning the elections since the USA is backing them. All these lives and money wasted on these so called war on terror does not make sense any more. Why financing and supporting these same people they are at war with?

Pffff, well, I lost all hopes for democacy, the Islamic movement is winning, I will feel sorry for the young men who will be forced to blow up themselves in the name of GOD... I will feel sorry for the young little girls who will be raped by these old ugly men!!!!! Yep, very bright future awaiting my country... Lucky for me I have another country.


POD wrote:
It's good to hear from you again, Miss M. I'm glad that you are well.

Regarding "God" and Muhammad, the first thing an informed and rational person comes to realize when the Qur'an is set into the context of Muhammad's life using the Hadith, is that Muhammad was Allah. So, yes, Allah/Muhammad told Muhammad to take Aisha. I cover this in the Pedophile Profit chapter of Prophet of Doom.

The simple and yet sad truth is that the USA is on the wrong side of most every conflict. That is especially so with regard to Islam.

The war against terror is a myth. One cannot fight a war against a tactic. And yes, you are correct, the fundamentalist Muslims America claims to be fighting in the guise of al-Qaeda, the nation is funding in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Libya, Pakistan, Iraq, and Iran. I wish more people recognized what you now understand, but even though I've done nearly 2000 hours of talk radio programs and written a number of irrefutable books on the topic, I am unable to awaken them.

Hopefully you will go to your other country ASAP. In the nations corrupted by Islam women will be raped. They will only serve as factories to manufacture future suicide bombers.

POD
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Offline James  
#253 Posted : Friday, August 19, 2011 5:14:52 AM(UTC)
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E wrote:
U need to get educated. Scared that islam is a great religion so you make shit up because you are so insecure with your own. u are truly disgusting.
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YY wrote:
"U" lack what you accuse others of, but that is a normal situation for those poisoned by religion, especially one as moronic and immoral as Islam. If you had bothered to educate yourself, you would not only know that the author of Prophet of Doom is opposed to all religions, so he is not "insecure with his own." Moreover, if you had read the Feedback section of the site, you would have realized that exposing and condemning Islam based upon its scriptures, god, and prophet is courageous. Also, since you mentioned "truly disgusting," let's be honest: according to the Islamic scriptures Muhammad was a rapist, pedophile, thief, mass murderer, kidnapper, slave trader, liar, and terrorist, so he was the most truly disgusting men whoever lived.

But besides getting everything wrong, it was nice to hear from you, Elaina. Women who defend Islam are especially ignorant, immoral, and irrational. You demonstrate the caustic nature of your religion, and thereby prove the point made in Prophet of Doom--a book you didn't bother to read before criticizing.
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Offline James  
#254 Posted : Monday, August 22, 2011 4:22:07 AM(UTC)
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Yada wrote:
Dear E,

Before we consider your most resent responses, let's review our prior conversation. Initially, revealing what Islam has done to your mind, heart, and soul, you foolishly wrote:


E wrote:
U need to get educated. Scared that islam is a great religion so you make shit up because you are so insecure with your own. u are truly disgusting.


To which we replied:

"U" lack what you accuse others of, but that is a normal situation for those poisoned by religion, especially one as moronic and immoral as Islam. If you had bothered to educate yourself, you would not only know that the author of Prophet of Doom is opposed to all religions, so he is not "insecure with his own."

Moreover, if you had read the Feedback section of the site, you would have realized that exposing and condemning Islam based upon its scriptures, god, and prophet is courageous.

Also, since you mentioned "truly disgusting," let's be honest: according to the Islamic scriptures Muhammad was a rapist, pedophile, thief, mass murderer, kidnapper, slave trader, liar, and terrorist, so he was the most truly disgusting men whoever lived.

And as for "making shit up," if you had actually read the book, you would have known that Prophet of Doom is the best documented, most comprehensive, chronological, and contextual presentation of the "shit" Muhammad perpetrated, and the "shit" Muhammad said, as this "shit" was conveyed to us through Islam's five oldest and most reputable sources - the Qur'an, Sira', Tarikh, and Hadith. Therefore, if the 5000 citations from these Islamic sources represent "making shit up," then your religion is based entirely on "shit."

But besides getting everything wrong, it was nice to hear from you, E. Women who defend Islam are especially ignorant, immoral, and irrational. You demonstrate the caustic nature of your religion, and thereby prove the point made in Prophet of Doom--a book you didn't bother to read before criticizing.


And now demonstrating that your religion has made you both immoral and also impervious to evidence and reason, it's hard not to notice that you didn't apologize for any of the six misstatements you make in your initial letter, nor did you refute any of the facts we laid before you, but instead, acting like a childish nincompoop, you have responded by insisting...


E wrote:
No. Had u educated yoursel u would know and not accuse other great and beutiful religions of the dirty things that go through your filthy head. You are poisoned by the devil and you will burn in hell fire. Get educated because you are making yourself look so uneducated and stupid. What your problem is is that you dont know the real you, you dont know who you are, and you are confused about your beliefs therfore you are accusing others. You make me laugh at your nonsense. And nothing you say will have an affect on me. I pity you.


And yet, E, the one thousand pages of Prophet of Doom prove beyond any doubt that we are vastly better educated about Islam than you are. You haven't made a single valid point, and the book presents and documents many thousands of them--none of which you have even attempted to refute. It also proves beyond any doubt that Islam is an ugly, immoral, violent, and repressive religion based entirely upon the "dirty things that went through [Muhammad's] filthy head." It is "nonsense."

In fact, Prophet of Doom proves beyond any doubt that Islam is both culturally and personally counterproductive as well as being false internally, historically, scientifically, scripturally, linguistically, theologically, and morally. So if it were not so sad, it would be "laughable."

If you had actually read the book, or any of the Islamic sources it was based upon, you would have realized that Muhammad, by his own admission, was demon possessed--and therefore, he like all Muslims " has been poisoned by the devil." And speaking of "burning in hell fire," I don't suppose you have ever wondered why Allah is consistently depicted in hell torturing his victims? Have you ever wondered why the Islamic heaven is a brothel filled with perpetual virgins to be conquered, or that one gets in by killing?

The epitome of "making yourself look so uneducated and stupid" is criticizing a book you have not read, and then consistently conveying things which are not true. And yet this is what you have done.

"Uneducated and stupid" people slander those with whom they disagree instead of refuting what they have written. And they concoct straw men. We are irrelevant to this argument. Prophet of Doom is about Muhammad. And we are neither confused nor do we have any beliefs. Further, the only one we are accusing is Muhammad--and even then, we expose and condemn him using his own words and deeds as they were recorded by the first Muslims.

As such, the joke is on you, E. So the only question is whether or not you will ever be able to face the truth, consider the evidence, or deal with the resulting reality rationally. Laughing will not help, especially when someone says that "nothing you say will have an affect on me." And that sadly, is the consequence of religion. You have elected to become impervious to evidence and reason. As such, we don't pity you because you not only have chosen this fate, you have ignored, even rejected and demeaned, this opportunity to save you from Islam / Submission. You are even belligerent and mean-spirited about it.


Then, in your parting shot, you hypocritically opined...


E wrote:
By the way people who accuse islam are usually ignorant and immoral such as yourself. and let make a wild guess and say you are a white racist? Even if you are not u are still damn ignorant. You belong with the devil for he has poisoned your soul. Filthy.



Everything you continue to write, E, is the opposite of what is true. That says a great deal about you and your religion.

After all, lying is approved in Islam. And indeed, your wannabe God lied to you through his wannabe prophet. They even admitted doing so in their Qur'an.

And yet the evidence demonstrates that Allah is the most immoral spirit ever created and Muhammad was the most ignorant and immoral man who ever lived. So speaking of "poisoned," how is it that you trust a spirit who spends his time in hell torturing souls and a man who was a rapist, a pedophile, a sexual pervert, an adulterer, incestuous, a thief, a slave trader, a kidnapper, an acknowledged liar, a mass murderer, and ruthless terrorist? That sounds like a "filthy" shame to me, a scheme "belonging to the devil."

As for being "racist," the Qur'an is more anti-Semitic than Hitler's Mein Kampf. That's rather hard to explain since Allah claims to have authored the Torah, a book written about the Children of Yisra'el and the everlasting Covenant Relationship established between them and Yahowah. And while it is surely beyond your comprehension, the fact that the Torah and Qur'an are complete opposites, proves conclusively and irrefutably that Islam is a complete lie because Allah repeatedly says that his Qur'an confirms the Torah. If only you could process this single rational argument, you would forsake Islam.

We truly wish Muslims weren't so "damn ignorant." We truly wish that they didn't "belong with the devil." We truly wish that their "souls were not poisoned." But more than this, to demonstrate that we care more about your soul than you do, we have compiled Prophet of Doom (free, beginning at: http://prophetofdoom.net...uhammads_Own_Words.Islam) to free you from Islam.

Care enough about your own soul to read the book, E, and then write us again.
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Offline FredSnell  
#255 Posted : Tuesday, August 23, 2011 3:53:48 AM(UTC)
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Appears to me that the person that made this wonderful effort above, to prove to a Qur'an thumping muslim, that Allah, like Lord, is a satanic deception. What a wonderful truth.

P.S. YY, I'm adding this so you can edit your post to, E. Prophet of Dooms webpage you showed are missing a few letters in mo's name.
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#256 Posted : Tuesday, August 23, 2011 7:39:54 AM(UTC)
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MC wrote:
Dear Yada,

Hey there, my name is Matthew Carson, and Islam has troubled me for a very long time, now. To make a long story short, I finally snapped when I heard about the "(victory?) mosque" the Muslims intended to build near Ground Zero, and I needed knowledge. I can't tell you how happy I am to have found your audio book Prophet of Doom (I've probably listened to it all the way through, four times now), and how grateful I am for all of your exhaustive work compiling the necessary Qur'an and Hadith to form a consistent picture of early Islam to match today's terrorism. I've learned nearly everything I know about Islam from you (my other sources include thereligionofpeace.com, quran.com, general Muslim activity as reported on the world news, and Irvine Baxter's radio show "Politics and Religion"), and whenever I can, I reference your book to anyone I come in contact with when the subject of Islam comes up. A true journalist, you are eloquent in speech, interesting to listen to, and fair in your judgment calls. In a balanced world, the entire American nation would have a three-week mass media event, in which we would all hear "Prophet of Doom" every night after work, in two-hour segments. Hey, we can dream, can't we?
If you ever have some down time- which I know must be rare for a busy man like yourself- I'd like you to enjoy some of the fruits of your labor, and not just the bees and wasps they attract. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so I hope that I have done a worthy job of imitating you in a project I've undertaken and completed.
http://youtu.be/M7f6ZHXuth8
In 2004, about three years after 9/11, RichCrest Animation Corporation and Badr Internation made a propaganda film called "Muhammad: The Last Prophet," in which they did their best to brainwash American children into thinking Islam was sweet and innocent. I took the liberty of adding commentary and Islamic scripture where applicable. Knowing you as I do now, you ought to get a kick out of it. Of course, if life is too hectic right now, I understand. I really just want to thank you for doing what so many of us are too scared (or simply too tiny) to do: telling the truth. One last thing: thank you for redirecting your audience towards the TRUE god, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob: Yahweh. It's plain to see why you yourself are so blessed.

Most sincerely,
Matthew Carson


Yada wrote:
Matthew,

This is very, very, well done. You are the voice of knowledge and reason in a land of ignorance and deception. And if anything, you are somewhat soft of the lies in the film, which is much more effective than I would have been. I enjoyed it.

You do not need to mention my name, however, because Prophet of Doom is not about me, but instead is nothing more than the best documented and most comprehensive presentation of Islam's five oldest sources. Better to describe what it represents than to list my name.

Yada
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Offline James  
#257 Posted : Wednesday, August 24, 2011 2:52:30 AM(UTC)
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Latest exchange between Yada and Miss M

Miss M wrote:
Hi,
there is a piece of news circulating in facebook, not sure whether it is true or not, that Benghazi (a city in Libya) is now in the hands of Moslems fundamentalists. They seized the city and proclamed it an islamic emirat (or khalifa)... that is really scary. Islamists are now rejoicing a near victory, the end of Israel and death of Europe and USA. Let us assume they take over the Arab world, would they be able to carry out their evil plans? Personally, I don't believe so. However, it is sad because we will be the first and only victims of their evil doctrine. I just feel like screaming at Tunisians (we are not arabs!!!!) and shake them one by one, to wake up from their hypnotism, to tell them Islam is not for us, it has been forced on us by these greedy, blood thirsty arab invaders, who killed our identity, and imposed a creepy religion on us (even their language).. I am usually tolerant, and I accept all religions, but now i refuse Islam. I was watching a debate once about islamic vs secular state, one religious sheikh warned about an islamic state, he said, the Koran with the sword is more dangerous than a nuclear bomb.. How can we get the world to know about the truth of Islam?
I have not read the doc you sent yet, as I am still going through POD. the more I read, the more i feel sick and sad. My kid will start school soon, I will have more time during the day. what is the religion of Yahweh? is it christianity, Judaism? is Yahweh Jesus? or is it God. Because of my moslem upbringing I have never believed Jesus was son of God. well even now I can't get to believe this, because God is not human to have children...


Yada wrote:
Miss M,

Yes, Muslim fundamentalists have taken over most of Libya, starting with Benghazi. The nation has gone from a bad situation to a much worse one. The same is true with Egypt and will be true with Tunisia. It is now true with Iraq.

Fundamentalist Muslims scream "Allah is the Greatest" and "Death to Israel." Many want all non-Muslims to die. And they are in the process of taking over all of the Arab world. But, while they can destroy the West, they cannot conquer the West. And that is because Muslims are victimized by Islam. It makes Muslims incompetent.

I hate all religions. They are all creepy--they are all evil. And tolerance of that which is evil isn't a good thing.

My commitment to exposing Islam was writing Prophet of Doom and doing 2000 talk radio interviews to promote it. I committed 10,000 hours to the project, and hundreds of thousands of dollars, and made very little difference. Most people are too ignorant, too immoral, too irrational, too religious, too indoctrinated, too apathetic to care.

I am very pleased to hear you say that you are still reading Prophet of Doom. I am even happier to hear that it makes you sick and sad. That is a good sign. Islam is repulsive.

I have attached the most current version of the Introduction to God. What you will find is that God, whose name is Yahowah, is not religious. In fact God hates all religions. All He wants is a relationship with you based upon His Family-Oriented Covenant. Therefore, Yahowah is opposed to Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, as all of these religions are opposed to Him and adverse to His teaching. What is particularly interesting in this regard is that the lone prerequisite for engaging in the Covenant is a willingness to walk away from all forms of religion and politics. And that is why I asked you to finish reading Prophet of Doom before you started reading the Introduction to God.

The nature of Yahowah, and the means to know Him and to engage in a relationship with Him are all delineated in the Introduction to God. It covers the seven topics most important to Yahowah: His Word, His Name, His Torah/Teaching, His Covenant/Relationship, His Instructions, His Invitations/Meetings, and His Prophets.

The Qur'an's Issa bears no resemblance whatsoever to the Ma'aseyah Yahowsha'. Even the Christian "Jesus Christ" is an inaccurate caricature. Yahowsha', which means "Yah Saves," is the set-apart and diminished manifestation of Yahowah. So, we ought to focus our attention on Yahowah, not Yahowsha', and thus not on Issa or Jesus.

While I am curious as to how far are you along in POD, it sounds to me like you are no longer a Muslim and that you have completely rejected Islam. And if that is the case, you can begin reading the ITG.

If your husband is a good Catholic, he'll have no answer for Yahowah, but he'll hate everything He says. That known, most of those whom I know who have come to know Yahowah were formally Catholics. So if your husband recognizes that his religion is rotten to the core, then the ITG will help him find God well. But so long as he is religious, there is no value in discussing it with him as it will just make him angry. Religious people, like the Muslims you have come to know, reject evidence and reason, even when both come from God Himself, because such things are opposed to their faith.

I wish this were not the case, because it would make it easier for you. But having come out of a world of lies, it is time for truth.

Yada


Miss M wrote:
Hi Yada
It is really sad to hear they've taken over most of Libya. This is going to be a nightmare fom my country. Yes Yada, I am still reading POD, I'm enjoying it so much, the way it is written I have to giggle from time to time. I just completed chapter 11. Facebook was an eye opener too, many Tunisians do not like Islam, and they are trying to expose Islam by creating tens of facebook groups, and believe me, it is like they have read your book. And all these Fatawis (fatwa), they are sickening. These facebook groups are full of videos of sheikhs giving sermons and the latest fatwa I heard today: having sex with a dead wife is Halal, meaning god has allowed it!!!! if someone told me this fatwa really exists I would not have believed it, but seeing it on a video, coming out from the mouth of a religious sheikh, then there is no denying. So between POD and the videos of these Fatwas, I am completely cured from a disease called Islam. One sheik went on and on and on about stoning, he went on saying even animals stoned adulerous animals!!!! LOL!!!!

My husband is not religious at all. I don't even know if he has ever heard about Yahweh. But like many other people he thinks Islam has been hijacked by a group of people to gain control over millions of people.


Miss M


Yada wrote:
Miss M,

Islam is a nightmare for everything it infects, from souls to nations. It is the worst religion ever conceived by man. It is pure poison.

I tried my best to insert some humor into Prophet of Doom. Most of the former Muslims who have read it have told me that the humor was the best part. If you are in chapter 11, there are two more background chapters before you move on to Yathrib. From the moment Muhammad and the first Muslims infect what is today Medina, Islam becomes especially nasty. If you are sick of it now, you will hate it by the time you are though.

The internet statistics on Prophet of Doom reveal that per capita readership / listenership is higher in Islamic nations than it is in the West. So many Tunisians have read or listened to it. It has freed many people from Islam all around the world. And also, most of those who have read Yada Yahweh, Questioning Paul, and now the Introduction to God, came to the truth by first questioning Islam through Prophet of Doom.

You may be surprised to learn that Halal is Satan's first name. It is Halal ben Shachar. So, when Allah used halal to speak of that which is "good," he used his own name. It is one of many indications as to who Allah actually is.

Having sex with the dead is an abomination to Yahowah, which is why Satan/Allah approves it. Every thing in Islam is the opposite of Yahowah's instructions.

I am glad to hear that your husband is not religious. That being the case, especially if he is a thinking, open minded agnostic, then the Introduction to God will be as meaningful to him as it will be for you. It is something you will be able to share. It will become the most important, loving, and nurturing thing you have ever done for your family.

I am the narrator of the Introduction to God, not the Author, so I can tell you that it is a treasure of unimaginable value without boasting. If you read it, it will transform your life in every imaginable way.

Yada

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#258 Posted : Friday, September 2, 2011 4:53:15 AM(UTC)
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D wrote:
I was enjoying Prophet of Doom, until I started checking references. In chapter 8, you were citing Tabari/Ishaq with page numbers. I don't have a copy of Tabari, I haven't been able to find an electronic copy on the net. I do have SiraIshaq. Ishaq simply does not say what you say it says, as I understand your notation.

Here is what you say (please pardon the bold, underlining, italics and asterisks because it is my only way of marking text so I can find it again to use it):
Prince Charming says: Ishaq:323 "I am the best of plotters. I deceived them with My guile so that I delivered you from them." Webster defines "guile" the way the Bible defines Satan: "insidious and cunning, a crafty or artful deception, duplicity." ***
Here is what Ishaq:323 says in my copy (I am including 322, 323 and 324, so you can see it is no typo):
Jabal and Shamwil came to the apostle and said: 'Tell us when the hour will be if you are a prophet as you say.' So God sent down concerning them: 'They will ask you about the hour when it will come to pass. Say, only my Lord knows of it. None but He will reveal it at its proper time. It is heavy in the heavens and the earth. Suddenly will it come upon you. They will ask you as though you knew about it. Say Only God knows about it, but most men do not know'3 (322).
Sallam and Nu'man b. Aufa and Mahmud b. Dihya and Sha's and Malik came and said to him: 'How can we follow you when you have abandoned our Qibla and you do not allege that 'Uzayr is the son of God?' So God sent down concerning these words: 'The Jews say that 'Uzayr is the son of God and the Christians say the Messiah is the son of God. That is what they say with their mouths copying the speech of those who disbelieved aforetime. God fight them! How perverse they are' to the end of the passage4 (323).
Mahmud b. Sayhan and Nu'man b. Ada' and Bahri and 'Uzayr and Sallam came to him and said: 'Is it true, Muhammad, that what you have brought is the truth from God? For our part we cannot see that it is arranged as the Torah is.' He answered, 'You know quite well that it is from God; you will find it written in the Torah which you have. If men and jinn came together to produce its like they could not.' Finhas and 'Abdullah b. Suriya and Ibn Saluba and Kinana b. al Rabi' and Ashya' and Ka'b b. al-Asad and Shamwil and Jabal were there and they said: 'Did neither men nor jinn tell you this, Muhammad?' He said : 'You know well that it is from God and that I am the apostle of God. You will find it written in the Torah you have.' They said: 'When God sends an apostle He does for him what he wishes, so bring down a book to us from heaven that we may read it and know what it is, otherwise we will produce one like the one you bring.' So God sent down concerning their words: 'Say, Though men and jinn should meet to produce the like of this Quran they would not produce its like though one helped the other'1(324).

Can you please explain how to find the line you are using from SiraIshaq? I would love for what you are saying to be true, and would gleefully use it (I was ready to in a national newspaper comment, but I checked first and couldn't find what you said.

BTW the boxed number of 323 doesn't have the number either.

D


Yada wrote:
My citations from Ishaq are all from The Life of Muhammad - A translation of Ibn Ishaq's Sirat Rasul Allah. The translator is A. Guillaume. The publisher is Oxford University Press in Karachi. It was first published in 1955. The specific book I used for my citations was reprinted in Pakistan in 1967 and was specifically from the Seventh Impression in 1982. This translation, which includes lost citations which were later found in Tabari, was not available online when I wrote POD. In fact, when I found things online that purported to be the Sira, they were markedly different. Similarly, because of the differences, changing nature, and availability of online sources, I used printed versions of Tabari and Bukhari, and have listed the specifics of those publications in the book.

Yada


D wrote:
Thanks for the courtesy of your reply. I searched the copy of SiraIshaq I had and didn't find the words you quoted. I got online and found the book you mentioned, only a later version, for $21 plus shipping. It is on its way. I hope the numbering will basically be what you have.

What volumes of Al Tabari should I order to get the hadith you were using in chapter 8? I can't afford many volumes. The index to Al Tabari is $40, so I hope to pick your brain instead. As bad as they are, I'm not interested in the Islam creation myths. I'm just interested in ahadith from the time Muhammad's life.

I go to church with the survivors of Sharia Law when it was imposed on Sudan. I believe what you are saying about Islam. Westerners think decimation is a bad thing, killing one out of ten. One of my friends has 3 members of his extended family still alive, and he started with 30. Islam goes for I don't know what the word would be for 1 survivor out of every 10. Asking for sources is not disbelief; I just want primary sources to cite so that when others say that isn't so, I can say go to (name the Islamic holy book) and look at page so and so.

D


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DA,

I wrote POD many years ago, so I no longer have that information in my head, but I believe that in the Letter to the Reader (http://prophetofdoom.net/Prophet_of_Doom_Letter_to_the_Reader.Islam) and in the Bibliography (http://prophetofdoom.net/Prophet_of_Doom_Bibliography.Islam) that I listed the most important volumes of Tabari. If I recall, volumes 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, and 9 (I think I also have 3-5 and 10-13 but that they cover an earlier and later period) are the most essential. But the best review of the Source material is found in Sources (http://prophetofdoom.net/Prophet_of_Doom_Appendix_Islams_Dark_Past.Islam). And if you are only interested in Hadith from Muhammad's time, then you can get by with Vs 6-9 of Tabari.

I mentioned several times in the book, that to make the book readable, that I removed extraneous material from hadith, and that I blended the versions of the same hadith found in more than one source, like in the Sira, Tarikh, Bukhari, and Muslim, into one narrative, just as I blended the five most popular Qur'an translations into one. If you haven't found it yet, we publish the five Qur'an's used in the book on the site at (http://prophetofdoom.net/Qurans.Islam). Using that tool will save you some money.

Also, be aware that online translations have been softened and changed over the past decade. And also, since paleo Arabic requires lots of interpreting and guessing to translate, there are wildly different renderings of the same verse and hadith citation.

I devote my time to www.YadaYah.com and to my new book, An Introduction to God, so when it comes to Islam, I'm not nearly as active as I once was. After writing POD, which was the result of 10,000 hours of research, and after answering thousands of emails regarding it, and doing 2500 hours of radio interviews on it, I came to realize that it was more than sufficient to awaken those with an open mind.

Since you mention the "church," I was once a Christian, but am not one any longer, having chosen the Covenant relationship over the religion. If you are interested in why I made this choice, I'll send you a copy of the current draft of An Introduction to God which covers the seven most important topics to Yahowah.

I wrote a lot about the Sudan in the Islamic Terrorism Timeline. But it is one thing to study what happened there and another to live though it. The Muslim leadership killed over 3 million animists and Christians over 25 years. It is the worst genocide since the holocaust. And it was all caused by Islam. So I concur with your motivation.

The world needs people who can cite the Islamic sources chapter and verse to go on talk radio programs. I did it for six or seven years, beginning in the fall of 2001. I hope you do the same. There are only a handful of people doing this today.

While I'm no longer on the top of my game regarding Islam, since I support your mission, I'll do my best to help you prepare yourself to engage in this battle.

Yada
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You quoted the Qur'an, chapter 5 verse 82, but why didn't you quote the whole verse?

82 "Thou wilt certainly find the

most violent of people in enmity

against the believers to be the Jews

and the idolators; and thou wilt find

the nearest in friendship to the

believers to be those who say, We

are Christians.
That is because there

are priests and monks among them

and because they are not proud."


Doesn't this clearly indicate that some Christians are good people.


Yada wrote:
J,

The topical quotes section specifically explains that only those portions of a verse which apply to the subject are included. And that section asks you to read the book before citing those abbreviated quotations.

If you had read the book, you would have found that the passage is quoted entirely, and then exposed for the fraud that it represents in context. That comprehensive review is found in the http://prophetofdoom.net...t_of_Doom_23_Jihad.Islam chapter. This verse, like most of the Qur'an, only proves that Allah/Muhammad cannot be trusted.

That section reads...

Rotten to the bitter end, the Qur'an protests: Qur'an 5:78 "Curses were pronounced on the unbelievers, the Children of Israel who rejected Islam, by the tongues of David and of Jesus because they disobeyed and rebelled." Qur'an 5:80 "You see many of them allying themselves with the Unbelievers [other translations read: "Infidels"]. Vile indeed are their souls. Allah’s wrath is on them, and in torment will they abide." Qur'an 5:81 "If only they had believed in Allah, in the Prophet, and in what had been revealed to him." Qur'an 5:82 "You will find the Jews and disbelievers [defined as Christians in 5:73] the most vehement in hatred for the Muslims." Not only are Jews and Christians "vile" according to Allah and thus destined for eternal torment, their leaders, "David and Jesus" will be the ones cursing them. Weird.

The last half of the 82nd verse concludes with these contradictory words. It’s as if Muhammad hadn't been listening to his own vitriolic diatribe. "And nearest among them in affection to the Believers will you find those who say, 'We are Christians,' because amongst these are priests and monks, men devoted to learning who have renounced the world, and are not arrogant." I can almost hear the False Prophet of Revelation fame, the Pontiff of the one-world religious order that sweeps the globe during the last days, quoting this verse (out of context, of course).

And how, pray tell, can Christians be "nearest in affection to the Believers" if: Qur'an 5:51 "Believers, take not Jews and Christians for your friends. They are friends to each other. He who befriends them becomes (one) of them. Lo! Allah guides not wrongdoing folk?" Or how do priests and monks "renounce the world" if: Qur'an 9:34 "Believers, there are indeed many among the priests who in falsehood devour the wealth of mankind and wantonly debar (men) from the way of Allah. They who hoard gold and silver and spend it not in Allah’s Cause, unto them give tidings of a painful doom?"

Still speaking of Christians - the people he had gleefully called vile and condemned to hell, the schizophrenic god lies: Qur'an 5:83 "And when they listen to the revelation received by this Messenger, you will see their eyes overflowing with tears, for they recognize the truth. They pray: 'Our Lord! We believe. Write us down among the witnesses." I didn't think they had hallucinogenic drugs back then, but somebody must have spiked the water. In this very same surah, we were told: Qur'an 5:14 "From those who call themselves Christians, We made a covenant, but they forgot and abandoned a good part of the message that was sent them: so we estranged them, stirred up enmity and hatred among them to the Day of Doom. Soon will Allah show them the handiwork they have done." Team Islam is very confused.

Qur'an 5:84 "'What reason can we [Christians] have not to believe in Allah and the truth which has come to us, seeing that we long for our Lord to admit us to the company of the good people?'" I'll take a stab at that one. Good Muslims are killing Christians because their messenger and his god commanded them to wipe them out to the last. The Qur'an denies Yahshua's entire mission, his sacrifice, and deity. Then there's the fact that Muhammad was a rotten scoundrel. Qur'an 5:86 "But those who reject Islam and are disbelievers, denying our Signs and Revelations - they shall be the owners of the Hell Fire." Hey, at least Muhammad’s Muslims won't steal everything from the Christians.
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Hello Yada,

I'm trusting all's going well with you and yours'.

Still enjoying your daily BTR program; and your monthly KGAB program.

As I'm working to thoroughly familiarize myself with the Fall Feasts coming up latter part of this month, I was reading that part of Yom Kippurym chapter in which you show Muslims promoting the name 'allah' as being God, and how it'd make a good moniker (to the point 'allah's' name in arabic being the 'mark')....so I take it that that would mean that all Muslims are not destroyed during Gog Magog? I know previously as a christian there's that tendency in me to read into things that's not there - my reading and seeing all Muslims as being destroyed in Gog Magog would be just such a thing I'd be guilty of doing here.

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Vince, I don't think all, but instead most are killed during and immediately after the Magog War. Not every Muslim will engage. But those who are not killed during Magog will die when Yahowah returns.


It would seem they are pushing Shariah law here in US under PC (Muslims being given a pass on virtually everything, while other religons take a back seat, just some of the proof I see unfolding to tell me: Islam's being foisted on the West/world just as the same entities are now pushing Gog Magog via office of the President and Congress, news media and movies, the State Department and CIA operations in and as it relates to the middle-east); and that with the right PR spin that anyone, including the Bushes and Obamas, can easily get elected, and by big percentage points even, so can definitely see a huge explosion in Islam around the world over the next 12 to 15 years prior to Tarowah, and would consider that as just one of the reasons not all Muslims are destroyed at the time of Gog Magog.

Yada wrote:
Yes, they are pushing for Sharia in the US and around the world. And yes, the US is aiding them. It is indeed an evil religion.

Yada


Yah's continued best on you, YY, ITG, and Yah's family,

V


V wrote:
Thanks for the affirmation Yada,

I'll keep shamaring Yah's Towrah...

Thanks again to the efforts of you, YY, the forums, BTR (and most importantly: Yah's T,P,P) I've gone from being a zealot pagan christian believing everything about the christian view on this world, to now: being totally rejecting of anything remotely related to christianity embracing Yahowah where He has always existed: His Towrah (and the accompanying Prophets and Writings that all point us back to the Towrah).

Yada wrote:
It is a wonderful, beneficial, and truthful change in perspective.


I can clearly see now that the New Testament is where satan has setup his throne within the entire christian bible - and the bibles being corrupted to elevate and promote Paul's letters to the exclusion of all else.

Yada wrote:
More than half of it speaks for Satan. He is a clever fellow.


Was just thinking the other day about the Gideon group of business folks who send out their Gideon NT biblos, with their corrupted Psalms and Proverbs (to prisoners and military personnel)...so clearly the christians would prefer their New Testaments if going into the lion's den; those celebrating Towrah and know that's where Yah lives, would be happy having copy of Dabarym/Deut., if not the books of Moseh and Yahowsha'/Joshua, to go and face the same lion's den...one being light, life, God, the one path - the other being a counterfiet making Ma'aseyah Yahowsha' say things He never said and/or intended, having Him doing things for reasons that were not so: building a church and producing lots of christians indicative of bunny having lots of colorful eggs, I suppose...

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Yes, I agree. It religion vs. relationship. And if you want to be "where Yah lives," go to the Towrah. Nicely stated.

Yada


Yah's best; and thanks for your reply,

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replying to Yada's previous response, J wrote.

J wrote:
Oh! I thought your sight was pro-Islam. I was wondering why you only quoted the part that was anti-Christian. I stumbled upon your page and only caught that one part. I am a Christian as well. Anyway, thanks for clearing that up for me. :D
Your friend and brother in Christ,
R. J L


Yada wrote:
J

I'm anti Islam, but I'm also anti Christian. I'm opposed to all religions because they lead people away from a relationship with God. If you want to understand why I'm pro-Yahowah's Covenant and Towrah and anti-Paul and the Christian New Testament, I'll point you in the right direction.

Yada


J wrote:
I feel my Christian faith has drawn me very close to God. In what ways do you think Christianity would prevent such a relationship?


Yada wrote:
J

What you feel is irrelevant as it relates to knowing God. What Yahowah says in His Torah, Prophets, and Psalms is relevant. And most everything He says is in opposition to Christianity. So if your belief is that your faith (religion) has drawn you very close to God, then I can say for certain, because God said for certain, that you are wrong. You don't know Him--nor does any Christian, religious Jew, or Muslim. Not now, not ever, unless they cease to be believers and walk away from their religion--from Babel - Babylon.

For example, I've never met a Christian who even knows, much less acts upon the prerequisite and four requirements of engaging in the Covenant relationship. And I've never met a Christian who understands, much less observes the seven-step plan of salvation Yahowah established and Yahowsha' enabled. They honor pagan goddesses, as in the Gospel of Grace, and pagan holidays, as in Christmas and Easter, instead. As a matter of fact, not one in thousand Christians knows, much less uses God's name.

While there are hundreds of examples which answer your question, let me share these three. In Paul's letters, and thus Christianity which is based upon them, a relationship with God is prevented by saying that the Towrah is a curse which cannot save, that there are two covenants, and that circumcision is counterproductive. Yahowah's position on these issues, as was Yahowsha's, is the opposite. If you are in opposition to the lone means God provided for you to have a relationship with Him, then you don't have one.

I'm more than happy to send you irrefutable proof from Yahowah if you are open to it, but most religious people are seldom if ever receptive to evidence or reason when both oppose their faith. Since Yahowah etched in stone that thousands would receive His mercy by observing His instructions, and thousands among billions is one in a million, you will have to be different than 99.999% of Christians for Yahowah's Directions to do you any good. I hope you are that one in a million. The truth is far greater than the lie. The Covenant relationship with God is worth leaving your religion to participate in. He is worth knowing.

So that you know, I was a Christian before I started studying Yahowah's Word as it was written in Hebrew. But based upon what God revealed, it soon becomes impossible to be an informed and rational Christian. There are too many irresolvable conflicts. If God is telling the truth then the religion is a lie. It really is that simple.

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#262 Posted : Friday, September 9, 2011 6:05:41 AM(UTC)
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J wrote:
What is the seven-step plan of salvation? I've never heard of seven steps. I'm a Seventh Day Adventist, and I believe in honoring God's Ten Commandments including the seventh day Sabbath. We also believe that there are three steps to salvation. The first is justification, next comes sanctification, and the last is glorification. All three of these are done by and through the workings of the Holy Spirit. Anyway, I'm interested in hearing about your . . . Faith. I hesitated using the word religion. :D



Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come.
(John 16:13)


Yada wrote:
J

I have no faith. Belief is irrelevant when Yahowah can be known. Let evidence and reason be your guide through the Towrah.

I find telling, J, that like all Christians, you asked about the plan of salvation rather than the Covenant relationship. It is the wrong way of looking at things. Why would God want to save someone, and have them live with Him, when they haven't even bothered to get to know Him?

There are five terms and conditions of the Covenant you must accept, the first of which requires you to walk away from your religion, politics, and customs. If you are willing to do that, then in the third of these requirements, God invites you to walk to Him and become perfect. You do that by observing Passover, Unleavened Bread, FirstFruits, Seven Sabbaths, Trumpets, Reconciliations, and Shelters. The first makes you immortal. The second perfect. The third reborn into Yahowah's Family.

Yahowah's Word, Name, Towrah/Teaching, Covenant/Relationship, Invitations to Meet, and Instructions are presented in the Introduction to God, which is attached. While it is not yet finished, it is more than sufficient to answer your questions.

There are ten statements, of which seven are instructions, not ten commandments. And I can assure you based upon your letters and religion that you don't understand, much less honor, the first five. But, if you read the attached book, you will at least know what Yahowah wrote on those tablets. While meeting on the Shabat is better than meeting on Sunday, knowing what the Shabat represents is key to observing it and benefiting from it.

The Spirit is Set-Apart, not Holy. And She is our Spiritual Mother and represents the maternal nature of God. She does not justify. Yahowah is responsible for accomplishing that. There is no sanctification. As for glorification, Yahowah promises to empower and enrich us through the Covenant.

The Covenant has not yet been renewed, so there can be no Christian "New Testament." And most everything Paul wrote is wrong because it contradicts Yahowah's eternal testimony. The only portions of the Greek text which are even remotely reliable are Yahowsha's words in Mattanyahu, Yahowchanan, and Revelation. And even with them, they were not spoken in Greek and the text has been massively corrupted. Proof of all of these things is provided in the attached book, and the evidence is irrefutable.

As for your quote, it was true as it was spoken in Hebrew and Aramaic, and before it was corrupted, but only then when viewed from the proper perspective. The Set-Apart Spirit does not operate in a vacuum, nor did Yahowsha'. She and He help us understand the Towrah, which is where the truth is found--past, present, and future. Towrah, after all, means "Guidance" and Yahowah's Word is the Truth. And that is why Yahowah told you and me many hundreds of times to listen to and observe His Towrah. Yahowsha' said the same thing.

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#263 Posted : Monday, September 12, 2011 3:06:04 AM(UTC)
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E wrote:
Kudos to you from an ex Muslim
Thank you for having the courage to report the truth of what the Islamic books contain. I just see you as an academic researcher who has nothing to do with offending Muslims. Their books are doing just that.
Thank you again.


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E,

Thanks for the affirmation. My goal was to expose the truth about what the oldest Islamic sources reveal. That is more than sufficient to condemn Islam and free those open to the truth from it. But sadly, it takes more courage than most can muster to join the chorus against this horrible religion.

I'm glad that you are no longer a Muslim. While all religions are corrupt and counterproductive, Islam is the most overtly adversarial and destructive.

If you're ever interested in taking the next step, let me know. While I'm anti-religious, I have come to know God and would be pleased to introduce you to Him.

By writing Prophet of Doom, and in coming to know who God isn't, I came to know who He is. You will need no faith journey there. Belief will be irrelevant. Based upon the oldest sources Yahowah can be known. And the vessel required to find Him will be the same as deployed in Prophet of Doom - careful observation and research.

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Here is a brilliant and thought provoking letter that Yada received from a Muslim.

A wrote:
there are mother fuckers and there are son of mother fuckers..................but all are JEWS.

Which class you are ?????????????? pig born or Dog born...............


Yada wrote:
I thank Yahowah that I am not a Muslim. Just look at how filthy and foolish, ignorant, irrational, and immoral Muhammad and his pal Allah have made you. No moral person would write such a response.

As for my race, I'd love to be naturally born into God's family, and thus be a Yahuwdym, but alas, I'm Souix and had to be adopted into the Covenant. But thankfully with God, it makes no difference in the end because all that matters is the Towrah.

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#265 Posted : Tuesday, September 20, 2011 3:58:35 AM(UTC)
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I have a question I have heard Muslims use the Prophecy and the Science in the Quran to prove the Quran they say that the Quran has prophecy about the Romans and Science my question is if the Science in the Quran copied from the Greeks and the Prophecy does not prove anything my question is how do we know the Science in the Bible is not copied from the Greeks and the Prophecy in the Bible is not evidence thanks could the Science and Prophecy of copied from the Bible ?
Scientific Accuracies of the Bible

Many people doubt the Bible for various reasons. One of them is that the Bible is not accurate scientifically, but this just isn't so. The Bible is not a book about science, but when it does speak scientifically, it is accurate. In fact, it was far ahead of any other writing of its time. Please consider the following:
http://carm.org/scientific-accuracies-in-the-bible


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Muslims lie.

There isn't a single accurately fulfilled prophecy in the Qur'an. Worse, the Qur'an is wrong historically.

Scientifically the Qur'an is most always errant - sometimes laughably. And the few times it appears to be right, even the most primitive of people would have seen it the same way.

Moreover, the Qur'an is contradictory, not unlike Paul's letters and the Torah. And that which is contradictory cannot be true.

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P wrote:
Hi, Yada

Tarek Fatah, a Muslim and one of the "world's foremost critics of Islamic extremism," they say.

Have you heard of this so-called "world's foremost critics of Islamic extremism"? He is often in the media (even in Norway).

To me he seems creepy because he claims that the killing of the Banu Qurayza Jews is a fictional story:
T Fatah: Muslim Hatred of Jews -1/2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BULJk3trq10

What do you think of these "Muslims" like Tarek Fatah? And how should we deal with these strange Muslims?
I do not understand why he (they) are still Muslims when they live in a free country where they can read and see for themselves... does he / they do this on purpose to trick us?

Are they not just useful idiots for the real Muslims and naive politicians?
"Tarek Fatah: PM Harper is right about islamofascism"
http://www.youtube.com/w...feature=player_embedded#!

P


Yada wrote:
So, TF is "a Muslim" who believes that the Qur'an's depiction of the "killing of the Banu Qurayza is fictional." That is irrational. You can't debate an irrational person. All that you can do is say that their premise is in direct conflict with the evidence and is internally contradictory. And that means that TF is a hypocrite who is sharing his personal, and unfounded, opinion.

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#267 Posted : Friday, September 23, 2011 3:00:07 AM(UTC)
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When our Prophet (Peace be upon him) had a choice to destroy the people that ridiculed him, he merely prayed for their guidance(hidayah). He did not degrade himself by doing the same as the offender.
Today, I will follow the peaceful and correct ways, even if whatever you said is incorrect, I will pray that Almighty grant you HIDAYAH and than perhaps you won't burn in hell.


Yada wrote:
You are either ignorant or dishonest, because the opposite of this is true. Moreover, I say nothing of Muhammad that isn't recorded in the oldest Islamic sources. So if they are not reliable, then Islam is a complete fraud.

Therefore, the only informed and rational conclusion is that Muhammad was a repulsive person, a liar, sexual pervert, and terrorist. And the religion he started is as immoral and irrational as he was.

Yada

PS There are no fires in hell. It is a lightless place where Allah, Muhammad, and all of their associates will spend their eternity separated from Yahowah.


S wrote:
ok well you seem quite upset, only because the truth hurts... I pray for your your guidance. You have interpreted the Holy book incorrectly. We muslims believe in all the prophets before Our precious Nabi S.A.W and there is nothing I can say. I wont attack your religion, whatever it may be. I respect yours. You can respect mines too.

Salaams(Peace)


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The truth hurts Muslims, which is why they reject it as you have done. It is the same for all religions. Islam is just dumber than most.

Since Allah is Satan, don't bother praying for me. I already have a relationship with God, which is something you will never know or understand.

You haven't read Prophet of Doom, so you have no way of knowing if I have presented Muhammad's recital correctly or not. And the fact is, because I used the Sira, Tarikh, and Hadith to reorder the Qur'an chronologically, providing the context it lacks, there is no more accurate way to interpret it.

I don't have a religion. I have a relationship with Yahowah. And He is the one who not only hates Islam, but asked me to expose it and condemn it.

To say that you believe in all of the prophets is to say that you haven't a clue as to what Yahowah's actual prophets revealed. Since they said the opposite of what Muhammad said, this statement proves that you have to be both ignorant and irrational to be a Muslim.

The least appropriate and compassionate thing to do is to respect something that is not only false, but harmful. So, I will continue to do as God has asked.

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Quote:
Oh you who are arrogant & spread lies about Islam:
Islam is not a new Religion.
All Holy 124000 Holy Prophets from Holy Adam through Holy Abraham, Holy Moses, Holy Jesus & Holy Prophet Mohammed brought unified message:Glorify ALMIGHTY GOD the creator of the vast universe!
Prostrate before none but HIM alone. He is all alone, HE has no partner.
Read the gospel of ST Barnabas to know the truth.
Holy Quran is the Holy words of ALMIGHTY GOD.
Read about the Scientific information contain in the holy Quran & follow the right path.
Holy Prophet is the mercy to mankind.
Thank You,
B,Ahmed


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A merciful rapist?
A merciful pedophile?
A merciful terrorist?
A merciful slave trader?
A merciful mass murderer?

I don't think so.

And speaking of thinking, since Prophet of Doom is based entirely on Muhammad's own words and deeds as they are reported in Islam's five oldest sources, how can a book which presents what he said and did "spread lies about Islam?" If these sources are untrue, doesn't that make Islam a lie?

Moreover, neither Adam nor Abraham were prophets, Moses' message in the Torah is the exact opposite of Muhammad's Qur'an, and the Qur'an's Issa isn't Yahowsha'. And Yahowsha's message is identical to the Towrah, and thus the opposite of the Qur'an. But that is all trivial compared to the fact that Allah is the antithesis of Yahowah, the Author of Scripture and the inspiration of prophets.

And by the way, Muhammad never got a single prediction right. He didn't even report history accurately. And as for science, there are no scientific revelations in the Qur'an, not one, but there are scores of scientific mistakes (like the sun going to bed in a swamp each night).

Wake up. You are being played for a fool by the world's most foolish religion.

Yada
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#269 Posted : Thursday, September 29, 2011 5:21:34 AM(UTC)
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BS wrote:
Dear Yada,

I am interested in purchasing a copy of your book “Prophet of Doom.” However, I would first like to know what I would be getting. Would you please send me a table of contents (TOC) that I would understand. I see a table of contents on your website, but since it talks about current events, I get the impression that it is a TOC of your website and not the book. I also see a TOC of the Qur’an. Again same question. Does Prophet of Doom contain the whole Qur’an as written, as re-ordered in chronological order, or just your excerpts as pertaining to Jihad, Jews, Women, … like your website.

As for form factor and cost, I am a firm believer in transmitting information in the most economical means possible, and still have you make a reasonable prophet. Therefore I see a $55 three-volume set is preferable to an $80 single volume hardback book. Although I would only purchase a single $80 book, I would not be surprised if I purchased several of your three-volume sets. I have purchased several dozen of Brigitte Gabriel’s, Nonie Darwish’s, G. Scott McGregor’s (Avid Readers Group – privately published semi-on demand), and Bill Warner’s books and have given them out to friends. Since your book looks like it is far more detailed and more like Bill Warner’s courses, it would appeal to a much narrower audience.

As far as Pay Pal is concerned, “give them the finger.” I do not use them and neither do many others. We are aware of ten million people losing their identity each year in the U.S. and the internet has something to do with it. I like to use personal checks to a real address, or even to a post office box if I think the company is real, and I also use credit cards over the phone. I have purchased directly from the Center for the Study of Political Islam (CPSI) and also from ACT! For America, Brigitte Gabriel’s group. If you are in the United States, checks and credit cards work.

There is another possibility. ACT! For America sells a few certain books from their website and also in person at meetings of their 600 chapters. You might want to contact them in Pensacola, Florida and see if they will distribute your book. Feel free to say I dropped the hint. I can’t promise you anything as I do NOT speak for them. However, I have met Brigitte several times and she knows me by sight, maybe even by name. I have worn out her hand signing her books many times since I give her books out as gifts. (Of course a $16. Book is a lot cheaper than a $55 one.) She DOES like your website and lists it in her book “They Must Be Stopped” due to your authentic translations. She can read the Qur’an in her native language and said your translations are a good match to her understanding of the Quran. If nothing else, each chapter head might buy a single copy.

By the way, it looks like you do very similar work to that of Bill Warner at CPSI. I suggest your contacting him and making sure that your projects do not duplicate his. With a big market, it might not matter, but in your current small market, it might.

Thanks.
BS


Yada wrote:
BS,

Every copy of POD has been sold. The book is available free online in HTML, PDF, and MP3. Many people read it on their Kindles. Some take the files to an office supply store and have it printed. Others listen to it via an MP3 player.

If you click on the Online Book link at the top left of the homepage you will find the TOC running down the right margin. Each chapter title links to that chapter of the book. That link is: http://prophetofdoom.net...hammads_Own_Words.Islam.

POD does not cover current events - only events associated with Muhammad's life as they are recorded in the oldest Islamic sources. While I've already shared the link to the beginning of the book, you may want to read the Source Material Appendix first. It is located at: http://prophetofdoom.net..._Islams_Dark_Past.Islam.

The Islamic Terrorism Timeline covers the History of Islam through 2004. That link is: http://prophetofdoom.net...errorism_Timeline.Islam.

Prophet of Doom covers 80% of the Qur'an by using the Hadith to reorder it chronologically and set it into the context of Muhammad's life. But should you be interested in the rest of the Qur'an, we have the entire Qur'an presented in parallel using the five most popular and respected Islamic Translations. That link is: http://prophetofdoom.net/Qurans.Islam.

The excerpts on various topics are included in the Muhammad's Own Words section which is found under Islamic Quotes. That link is: http://prophetofdoom.net/Islamic_Quotes.Islam. But before you use any of these quotes, please read: http://prophetofdoom.net/Quotes_Overview.aspx.

Prophet of Doom only appeals to those who want to know that truth about Muhammad, Allah, Islam, the Qur'an, and Hadith, and who are willing to invest the time required to know and understand the evidence pertaining to them. At 1000 pages, it is the best documented, most comprehensive, chronological, and contextual presentation of the five oldest Islamic sources ever compiled.

I do not know Warner or anything of his courses. If we present the same information it is only because there are only five sources of information available to us written within 200 years of Muhammad's life. Anything anyone writes or says about Islam that is not based upon those five sources is opinion and conjecture. In this regard, the most knowledgeable, rational, and articulate spokespersons I know on Islam are: IQ Al Rassooli, Ali Sina, and Walid Shoebat.

I do not anticipate republishing POD anytime soon. The book is far more effective free online - especially for Muslims.

Yada
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#270 Posted : Friday, September 30, 2011 6:03:28 AM(UTC)
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B wrote:
I am a muslim convert from Roman Catholic Christianity.
I was born in a country with about 40 million Muslims
I went to school with Muslim Kids
I worked side by side with Muslim men
I dated Muslim girls
I grew up in an affluent Nigerian Family
I converted to Islam of my own free will 19 years ago.

All the above confirm that I know a lot more about Islam and its peoples than you do. It would be feeble of me to simply describe your views as ignorant. The hatred you exude puts you in the same class as

National Party
Nazi Party
Hezbollah
Hamas (fighting for the right to exist as a people in their own land)
Boko Haram (Nigerian Muslim fundamentalist sect that dispices westertn Education)

Please feel free to include any other madmen I forgot or do not know.

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Yada wrote:
Be careful what you say Bisong. You have not read Prophet of Doom, and thus do not realize that I know far more about Muhammad, his god, his Qur'an, and his religion, than you do. Unlike you, I don't base my conclusions of what Islam is upon people I went to school with or dated, but instead upon the five oldest and most reliable Islamic sources. They reveal exactly what Islam / Submission was conceived to achieve. They reveal Muhammad's perverted nature and the demonic personality of his wannabe god.

If you had studied Muhammad's words and deeds as they were recorded in the Qur'an, Hadith, Sira, and Tarikh, as I have done, you would not be a Muslim. To know Muhammad as he revealed himself is to hate him. The same thing is true with Allah.

Sadly, like all religious individuals, it is you who are ignorant. You don't know Yahowah. You don't know what God actually revealed. You don't even know Muhammad, the man in whom your faith is based.

Roman Catholicism and Christianity are errant, and for the same reason that Islam is a lie. Both religions contradict the very Scriptures they claim their god inspired. One must therefore be ignorant and irrational to be a Muslim or a Christian. The same can be said for Judaism.

The single most compassionate thing a person can do is to expose the reasons people should not trust their soul to fraudulent religious schemes. While you don't realize it, I'm the most reliable friend any Muslim ever had. I have revealed the truth to you about Muhammad, Allah, the Qur'an, and Islam in Prophet of Doom. And I've done so freely.

If you read Prophet of Doom you will find 77 pages of the book which juxtapose Hitler's Mein Kampf with Muhammad's recitals. Islam and Nazism are surprisingly similar. Both are anti-Semitic and hateful. Both were inspired by the same spirit.

The Land of Yisra'el does not belong to Hamas. Yahowah gave it to the very people Allah hates. Hezbollah is Allah's Party, and unlike you, Boko Haram represent good, fundamentalist Muslims.

Read Prophet of Doom, and then write me again. You have a lot to learn.

Yada


B wrote:
I actually mistook you for a serious person. But the sections of your reply I have highlighted below speak volumes.

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Yada wrote:
If you read Prophet of Doom you will find 77 pages of the book which juxtapose Hitler's Mein Kampf with Muhammad's recitals. Islam and Nazism are surprisingly similar. Both are anti-Semitic and hateful. Both were inspired by the same spirit.

The Land of Yisra'el does not belong to Hamas. Yahowah gave it to the very people Allah hates. Hezbollah is Allah's Party, and unlike you, Boko Haram represent good, fundamentalist Muslims.


Yada wrote:
Fortunately, I did not mistake you for a serious, informed, or rational person. I realize that you are a religious person and thus afraid of evidence and reason.

So I am not surprised that you are ignorant of the alarming similarities between Islam and Hitler's religion. You are unaware of the fact that Hitler's Jihad is among the best selling books in the Islamic world after the Qur'an because they are so similar. And ignorant of the Qur'an, you don't know that it is more anti-Semitic than Hitler's Mein Kamph.

Ignorant of Hebrew, you don't know that Israel is actually Yisra'el. It means "Individuals who engage and endure with God." And unaware of who God actually is, you don't know that His one and only name is Yahowah. You don't even know the first thing about the Covenant and its promises even though your pretend god claims he authored the Towrah where the Beryth is revealed and explained.

So, like all religious people, you will continue to wallow in your ignorance. Your faith demands it. But at least you were warned. You are now without excuse.

Yada


B wrote:
Just checked Amazon.com. You are just trying to sell a book. Good Luck


Yada wrote:
Wrong again foolish religious person. I don't sell any books. I give them away free. The books which are selling at Amazon are between others and have nothing to do with me.

Prophet of Doom is available free in its entirety in HTML, PDF, and MP3. Countless Muslims have read it--and those who have are no longer Muslims. The truth against Muhammad, Allah, Islam, and the Qur'an is irrefutable.

But don't let evidence and reason get in the way of your faith. It's smarter to rely on schoolmates and dates. Good luck with that.

Yada


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Let us all wait for the last day


Yada wrote:
Or better yet, B, why not exercise your brain and study the evidence? You can still correct the ignorant and irrational mistake you made when you chose to place your faith in Muhammad, a man who didn't issue a single prophecy which came true, who by his own admission lied, who was a pedophile, a rapist, incestuous, a mass murderer, and a terrorist, and who financed his new religion by way of kidnapping, the slave trade, and armed robbery. Those are the facts, B, and they are irrefutable.

There is a God, and for most there will be a judgment day. But for you to know Him, and to avoid it, you will first have to walk away from the religious lie which now ensnares your soul and has sidelined your brain. If you avail yourself of the gift of Prophet of Doom, which is based entirely upon the oldest and most credible Islamic sources, and come to your senses, then we can talk again, and I'll point you in Yahowah's direction. You see in His Towrah, Yahowah told Abram that before he could engage in the Covenant Relationship, he would first have to walk away from Babylon, from religion and politics, from patriotism and societal customs. And this remains the prerequisite for all who want to know God and avoid judgment.

The truth is at your fingertips, B. Are you really going to wait until it is too late to consider the evidence?

Yada

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#271 Posted : Friday, October 14, 2011 2:56:42 AM(UTC)
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RK wrote:
Hello,

I like the islamic quotes part on your website.

But i have a question ;

Are honor killings Islamic or not.
Are there quotes to be found in islamic books which reverse to honor killings?

Thank you
RK


Yada wrote:
RK

There is no actual "honor" in Islam, but lots of killing. Muslims are told to kill those who are non-Muslims, peaceful Muslims, and those who "make mischief."

Please do not use the quote section of the book unless and until you have actually read the book. Perspective and context is required to wield them appropriately.

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#272 Posted : Friday, October 21, 2011 10:55:48 AM(UTC)
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TW wrote:
Hi Yada

This book will be worth getting:

http://www.amazon.com/De...id=1319187677&sr=8-1

It refers to a tradition that Muhammad did not die in 632AD but lived longer and led the conquest of the Holy Land. The sources of this tradition are not exclusively Islamic and they pre-date the Sira. I have read a previous boook by the author, on the origins of one aspect of the cult of the virgin Mary (he is not Roman Catholic or Eastern Orthodox) and it is obvious that he knows how to handle source material well.

For some reason the book will be available here in England on Amazon.co.uk one month later than from Amazon.com, so I shall be ordering it airmail from the latter next week. However Amazon.co.uk gives a Table of Contents which Amazon.com does not, as follows:

Introduction
Chapter 1. "A Prophet Has Appeared, Coming with the Saracens": Muhammad's Leadership during the Conquest of Palestine According to Seventh- and Eighth-Century Sources
Chapter 2. The End of Muhammad's Life in Early Islamic Memory: The Witness of the Sira Tradition
Chapter 3. The Beginnings of Islam and the End of Days: Muhammad as Eschatological Prophet
Chapter 4. From Believers to Muslims, from Jerusalem to the Hijaz: Confessional Identity and Sacred Geography in Early Islam
Conclusion: Jesus and Muhammad, the Apostle and the Apostles
Notes
Bibliography
Index
Acknowledgments

Best
TW


Yada wrote:
TW,

It's good to hear from you. It's been a long time. I hope you are well.

I won't be buying his book. There is no possibility that this occurred. It isn't in Satan's nature to have accomplished such a thing and not brag about it.

Think about it for a moment. Satan on behalf of his "prophet" in his Qur'an details all four meaningless "battles" with the merchants of the mud hut berg of Mecca, all four inconsequential terrorist raids against the Yahuwdym of Yathrib and Khabar, and ends in the fifth surah, the Qur'an's last chronologically, by promoting an unpopular and unsuccessful raid against a tiny and meaningless Byzantine outpost, but does not even mention his conquest of Satan's primary target: Jerusalem and Israel. That is not reasonable. He even talks of riding the flying ass to Jerusalem in the Qur'an.

If this had happened, an additional, and the longest of the suras would have been devoted to this battle. There would have been many hundreds of hadith regaling it as well in Ishaq, Tabari, Bukhari, and Muslim. But these do not exist. They all tell an entirely different story - one which is not the least bit flattering in a religion that above all else loves to brag (Allau Akbar).

The Qur'an is the oldest witness of Muhammad's life. Ishaq's Sira - Biography is the second oldest. Both were transferred from hearsay to writing in the 8th century. And Tabari's Tarikh - History is by far the oldest and most complete history of Islam's formation and eventual wars. So this author's hypothesis is in complete contradiction with all of those sources.

So while I don't really care when and where Muhammad died, or who he killed or captured, this story is wholly inconsistent with Satan's nature and style, and that I do care about. Billions continue to be beguiled by Satan's religious schemes, and yet this demonic spirit remains remarkably transparent and consistent.

The extant evidence, as well as reason, says that the Muhammad who founded Islam died and was buried, having never once left central Arabia. His disease, Islam, did however infect Israel and the world. And its hosts all too often bear the name of their prophet "Muhammad." They were even called "Muhammadens." So in this sense, Muhammad did go on to conquer Jerusalem after his death.

As for the "cult of Many" witnessed today in Orthodox Christianity and Roman Catholicism, you don't have too look very hard to find its origins. It comes from the place known for conceiving religious myths: Babylon - the home of the Trinity, of Easter, Christmas, the Cross, Sunday Worship, and a dying and resurrected god. That said, the cult associated with the Queen of Heaven and Mother of God made its way through the Egyptian, Greek, and Roman religions before being incorporated into Christianity.

I have attached a current draft of an Introduction to God. After having written Questioning Paul, I began this book which focuses on the seven things most important to Yahowah: His Word, His Name, His Towrah, His Covenant, His Instructions, His Invitations, and His Prophets. While it is especially revealing, to appreciate Yahowah's perspective on these things, you will have to walk away from Christianity. It is a prerequisite - just as Abram had to walk away from Babylon before he could engage in the Covenant. So be forewarned.

If you read the Introduction to God, send me a note and share your thoughts.


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#273 Posted : Friday, October 21, 2011 1:23:56 PM(UTC)
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TW wrote:
Hi Yada

Good to hear from you too.

I see the logic of your argument but I would wish to read the book before dismissing it. My previous email might have led you to think that the author was a folllower of the cult of Mary. I have no idea why he is interested in the origins of this cult, but he is certainly not part of it. That book alerted me that Shoemaker is a careful scholar who understands how to handle historic source materials properly. I intend to read his book and I shall weigh your arguments against the strength of the fact that the non-Islamic traditions he uses are much earlier than the earliest written Islamic accounts. The closer to the original a source is, the more likely it is to be authentic. So I may get back to you in a few weeks after weighing it up.

Thank you for the long document. In your undoing of even protestantism, do you consider Messiah Ya'shooa to be divine? I could not work this out from what I read of Yada Yahweh.

All the best
TW


Yada wrote:
TW,

I am unaware of any credible seventh century historian who covered Muhammad's life. There are a couple of snippets from Christians pointing out the foolishness of his claims, but no comprehensive review like we see in Ishaq and Tabari from the eighth century. Moreover, no one around Muhammad who was literate survived, so the earliest testimony is 100% hearsay - including the Qur'an. In fact, absolutely everything we know about Muhammad is hearsay. Even snippets written by literate Byzantines, should there actually be any that weren't fabricated later by Muslims to prove Muhammad's qualifications, they would also be based upon hearsay from Muslims who knew Muslims who knew Muhammad.

Protestantism is 90% as errant as Catholicism, and both are in irreconcilable conflict with Yahowah's Testimony. So while one is worse than the other, they are both hopelessly unreliable, from cross to trinity, from Christmas to Easter, from Paul to Grace.

Before I answer your question, let me first say that it is the wrong question for you to be asking. It reveals the errant perspective that comes from Christianity.

The right question is: who is Yahowah? Can we know Yahowah personally? Why did Yahowah reveal the Towrah, and what does "towrah" mean? Can we engage in a relationship with Yahowah, and if so, how do we go about accepting the terms and conditions of His one and only Covenant? Should such a relationship be possible, how does Yahowah resolve the issue of our mortality and sin so that the relationship will endure?

The Christian focus is on a myth - a god who was born, who died, and whose body was resurrected, a person named Jesus Christ, a person thought to be tolerant and accepting, a person who started a new religion, a person who annulled the Torah, replacing it with something new. The Christian god is surprisingly similar to Dionysus.

Yahowsha' is nothing more or less than a diminished, set-apart manifestation of Yahowah, a corporeal expression of Yah's Spirit and His Towrah in our material realm. But even then, what value is He to you or anyone, when you don't view His words and sacrifices from Yahowah's perspective? For example, if you don't know Him as Yahowsha', you have severed His connection with Yahowah, rendering Him moot. Also, if you don't observe Matsah, and you rely upon His fulfillment of Pesach, as Christians are wont to do, this is counterproductive - as it would put your soul in the Abyss with Satan. You'd become immortal, but not reconciled.

Yahowsha's body was not divine and was not resurrected. God was not born and did not die. Yahowsha's soul belongs to Yahowah, and thus enabled Him to present part of Himself in human form. All of God won't fit on our planet, much less in a man. The Spirit who made the Ma'aseyah (work of Yah) Yahowsha' (Yah Saves) a manifestation of God (a part of God set apart from Him), left Yahowsha' after fulfilling Pesach and before fulfilling Matsah. So even the Spirit, who is 100% God, is not 100% of God.

The bottom line to all of this is that to find, know, understand, respect, accept, engage in a relationship with, trust, and rely upon Yahowah, you will have to come to know, understand, respect, accept, trust, and rely upon Yahowah's teaching, His instruction, His direction and guidance, aka, His Towrah.

But the last time we spoke, it was over your conclusions regarding Yirmayahu 31's presentation of a "new covenant," which was removed from its context. And when I presented the whole discussion to you, thereby destroying the myths that the Covenant has been renewed, and that a "new covenant" will supersede the Torah, you rejected those realities, even though the evidence came from Yahowah and was unassailable. It is the natural response of the religious, even of men as bright as you, when the facts contradict their faith.
While Yahowah tells us that understanding His Towrah is easy for the open minded, it is all but impossible for the religious. (This passage is reviewed for you again in the Name Volume of the ITG should you have forgotten our discussion.)

The Introduction to God will help you accomplish this should you be willing to change your perspective, and be able to endure the fact that God hates religion, including Christianity. To benefit from the book, you will at the very least have to be willing to question your religion. And ultimately, you will have to reject Paul and Christianity to know Yahowah.

I hope and pray that you are up to this challenge.

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TW wrote:
Hi Yada

Yada wrote:
I am unaware of any credible seventh century historian who covered Muhammad's life. There are a couple of snippets from Christians pointing out the foolishness of his claims



It is the possibility that there might be more that causes me to want to read Shoemaker. He knows how to locate and mine ancient documents more deeply than most. He did enough in his earlier book for me to want to read this one, and until I have read it I cannot really say more. I recognise the good reason you have given for your scepticism and will hold it in mind while reading Shoemaker.

Yada wrote:
Hi TW,

While I think I know what the oldest sources say about Muhammad better then most anyone, I have come to learn that knowing isn't nearly as important as understanding. And since I think I understand Muhammad and his wannabe god better than most anyone, I am certain that the Muhammad who first recited the Qur'an did not travel to Jerusalem, much less conquer it. No matter what obscure comment this author may have found in non-Islamic texts, he cannot overturn the most rational conclusion which can be derived from the preponderance of the evidence contained in the Qur'an, Sira, Tarikh, and Hadith - all of which were produced by Muhammad and his companions.

One would have to look long and hard to find a man and spirit more transparent in their character and ambitions than Muhammad and Allah. And the notion that Muhammad and his demonic spirit conquered Jerusalem and said nothing of it, doesn't fit either of them. It is not reasonable.


Concerning other matters, you need not fear that I shall "reach for my gun" because you have dismissed Paul.

Yada wrote:
Two years ago I wrote www.QuestioningPaul.com. My goal was to exonerate Paul. I ended up condemning him. The evidence became impossible to deny or explain away. It came to the point that I either had to deny the evidence contained in Paul's letters, become irrational, or accept the reality that Paul served the same spirit as did Muhammad. This realization was very painful at first, and I lost friends over it. But in the end, nothing I've ever done has turned out to be as liberating, as clarifying, or as affirming, as ridding my mind of Pauline Doctrine, and with it, Christianity. You are a very smart man with a hunger for information. If your mind is open, you will come to the same conclusion.


Regardless of my own opinions I welcome discussion with you, because I learned a lot from you about Islam and I appreciated much of Yada Yahweh. The question I put to you when we last exchanged emails, to which you have not so far replied, is this: What is your criterion for which parts of Torah we gentiles are meant to keep, and which not?

Yada wrote:
Again, you are asking the wrong question. Your position is tainted by your religious perspective. "Keep" is not associated with the Torah, nor is "obey." Your translations are wrong. Moreover the Torah is not "law." The words rendered "keep" and "obey" in English translations are actually shamar which means to "observe" and shama' which means to "listen." So, the Towrah is not "law" to be "kept" or "obeyed," but instead "teaching, instruction, guidance, and direction" to be "observed, considered, explored, evaluated, listened to" and byn - "understood."

Yahowah answered your question. He said to shamar - observe His Towrah, and to shama' - listen to His Word (which is the Towrah). You must do this to know what He taught, because without knowing, there is no understanding. Without understanding there is no relationship or salvation.

The only "doing" of significance in the Towrah relates to engaging in the Covenant by acting upon the five criterion for participation in the relationship - the first of which is to walk away from religion and politics. The second is to walk to God along the path He has provided so as to become perfect. This path is comprised of the seven Invitations to Meet God.

You may see this answer as being illusive, and yet it speaks to the heart of the issue, TW. To know Yahowah, to understand what He wants and how to engage with Him, you have to change your perspective and direction. You will have to stop looking to Yahowsha', stop reading the Christian New Testament, and start observing (focusing upon) Yahowah and His Towrah so that you come to know and understand Yahowah's instructions and start following His guidance.

Yahowah said that when it comes to the Towrah and the Covenant there is only one for Yahuwdym and Gowym. There is only one relationship and one path to God.


It is obvious that, since the death of Ya'shooa, we are not meant to present animals for sacrifice at Yerushalem.

Yada wrote:
Once again, your religion has corrupted your thinking. It remains a huge obstacle in your way to Yahowah. You still cannot bring yourself to associate the name Yahowsha' with Yahowah. You still see god dying. You don't understand what occurred on Pesach, Matsah, or Bikurym.

While I have provided a thousand pages of testimony from Yahowah to facilitate your understanding of who Yahowsha' is, what He said, and what He did, I would accomplish nothing by representing it here for you, because once again, your focus is wrong. You will never be able to understand the diminished manifestation of Yahowah until first you come to know and then understand Yahowah - which is only made possible by observing the Towrah.


Yet it is also obvious that we must not commit adultery and murder. So some parts of Torah apply, some do not.

Yada wrote:
Why don't you believe Yahowsha's testimony in the Sermon on the Mount regarding what parts of the Towrah apply? He said all of them, forever, even right down to the smallest elements of every Hebrew letter, every word of it. How can you believe that you are saved by someone whose testimony you ignore and reject?

The answer is: you don't know Yahowsha' because you don't know Yahowah. You don't understand or accept what Yahowsha' said because you don't understand or accept what Yahowah said.


Paul gave his answer this question. If you are going to reject Paul (which I respect your freedom to do) then you must provide your own answer, your own criteria. What are they, and what parts of Torah apply and no longer apply, please?

Yada wrote:
Yes, Paul gave HIS answer, an answer which was the opposite of Yahowah's / Yahowsha's answer. So why do you trust Paul's answer? How could he speak for a God he contradicted? Once you can answer that question honestly and rationally, you will be headed in the right direction.

Yahowsha' / Yahowah answered your question directly and completely. My personal opinion is irrelevant, as is Paul's. Only Yahowah's answer matters, and He has given it to you, Tony. You just haven't listened to Him, you haven't observed what He wrote. Your religion continues to preclude you from knowing and understanding.


Also, you navigate by the four gospels and the book of Revelation. You have explained why you reject Paul, but why do you reject the non-Pauline letters, ie Hebrews, Peter's, John's, James' and Jude's? I ask these questions in good faith.

Yada wrote:
"Gospel" is a pagan term. Only two of the historical books were written by an eyewitness. The others are hearsay. And they were written in Greek, a translation of the languages Yahowsha' spoke. Moreover, they have been so poorly maintained, so corrupted over time, much of what is presented therein cannot be relied upon. You would be wise to study the history of your "Bible."

I don't base my relationship with Yahowah on the Christian New Testament. It isn't needed, and more than half of it is counterproductive. But the fact that you remain focused upon it speaks volumes about your current perspective. Everything Yahowsha' said and did is presented more clearly and comprehensively in the Towrah, Prophets, and Psalms.

Hebrews was written by one of Paul's disciples and is as rotten as Paul's letters. As for the other letters, I seldom reference them anymore. Why get second or third hand what I can get directly from Yahowah? Why read something translated three times when I can read it in the language Yahowah spoke?

If you read the Introduction to God you will learn that apart from Yahowsha's words in Mattanyahu, Yahowchanan, and Revelation, you have to very careful. And even with them, you have to realize that you are reading a translation of a translation which has been very carelessly maintained over the ages.

TW, I like you and care about you, but at some point you are going to have to read the Introduction to God and Questioning Paul for this continuing conversation to have merit. I want to keep the lines of communication open, but I also want to have this conversation transition to the evidence as it was presented by Yahowah. For that to happen, you have some reading to do.

Yada


All the best
TW


TW wrote:
Hi Yada

Regarding Shoemaker, there really is nothing more to say until I've read it.

What would you say to a man in North Korea who reads the Torah and the prophets and the words of Ya'shooa and is convinced, but tells you: "If I don't take a day off work every 7 days then you tell me I am sinning so badly I should be put to death; yet if I do take a day off every 7 days then my boss will instantly accuse me of 'being a Christian' and, given the situation in North Korea, have me shot. What do you advise me to do?"

Incidentally I do read the Torah closely; attached is an exegesis of Deuteronomy 24:1-4 which I have just had published in a theology journal out of Yerushalom.

All the best
TW


Yada wrote:
If your hypothetical individual had become convinced that he should trust Yahowah he wouldn't be asking me or you for our opinion. He would listen to Yahowah and no one else.

A relationship with Yahowah requires that we divorce ourselves from the religious and political schemes of men. Their rules would mean nothing to him.

It's funny that you would write that the person would take every seven days off, rather than observe the Shabat, or that you'd associate such a thing with Christianity which rejects this instruction.


TW wrote:
Hi Yada

Please don't go antagonistic; debate between believers in Yahuweh about the meaning of his scriptures is a good thing, and Proverbs refers to it as "iron sharpening iron". We may not be in full agreement but I am glad to discuss Yahuweh's word with you.

Yada wrote:
TW, I'll reason with Yahowah, but not with you or any man on issues related to the Towrah and its Covenant. Your religious opinions are irrelevant to God and to me. And your hypothetical questions have no bearing on your present plight. You have full access to the truth and you live in a free country.

I'm no longer a believer, TW. I have come to know, and knowing completely eliminates the need for belief. You can know too, even understand, but for that to happen, you are going to have to change your attitude, your thinking, your direction, your chosen reading material, even your questions. You will have to discard your current approach and your religion. If you continue along your current path, you will never find God. You will never know Him, nor ever engage in a relationship with Him. Yahowah made the means to these things clear, and you have not embraced any of His terms or conditions. In fact, you continue to head in the wrong direction.

I stopped communicating with you last time because it became obvious that you were not ready to do any of these things. And until something triggers you to change, nothing anyone says, including Yahowah / Yahowsha' will make any difference. This has already been proven in this exchange.

TW, the problem which exists with regard to understanding Yahowah, the Towrah, the Covenant, the Invitations, the Instructions, even the Ma'aseyah, isn't with me - it is with you. Your religion has made you antagonistic toward Yahowah and His Towrah. So long as you continue to embrace Christianity, you are precluded from engaging in the Covenant, and thus from being saved by Yah. This is why God is so antagonistic toward religion and the religious. He did not debate them, but instead exposed and condemned them.

Likewise, I'm not interested in a debate on Yahowah's Word. I'll translate it, present it, share it, comment on it, but not debate it. I took the time to answer your questions and to point you in the right direction. I've written and freely provided over one thousand pages of assistance. That is all I am going to do until such time as you do more.

TW, you can either read the attached Introduction to God and then Questioning Paul, and write me once you have done so, or there isn't anything else I can say or do that will help you. And, as a Christian, you cannot help me. So, this is where we are.

As is the case with all of the Covenant's children, I have a responsibility to observe, consider, proclaim, and explain Yahowah's Towrah - and to oppose it's foes. So, since my time here on earth is limited, I choose to devote it to that which is productive, not unproductive. I can't change you TW. And you must change your entire approach for Yah's testimony to resonate.

I have given you the means to learn and understand what and whom I have come to know. What you choose to do with this opportunity, this gift, is up to you. I hope you choose wisely.

Yahowah answered your questions.

Yada


Suppose you found yourself in N Korea and convinced that man of your views; but now he asks you: "You say I am to keep the Shabat or I deserve death, but if I do then it will involve taking the day off work and my boss will regard me as a Christian and have me shot by the police. You taught me about Yahuweh's word and I am not yet expert in studying it; what do you advise me to do?"

Torah also commands every able-bodied male believer to present himself in Yerushalom thee times each year. What would you advise believers who cannot afford three intercontinental flights to Israel annually, plus hotel bills, please?

If you can provide me with your ansers to these questions then I shall be a lot closer to understanding your position.

All the best
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Hi Yada

I was careful to make no assumptions, in my questions to you, that rested on Paul or on Christianity. That was out of respect for you. Respect is not synonymous with agreement - there is no point in discussing things that two people agree on, or nobody would (for example) ever have heard of Yahuweh or Ya'shooa.

Although my questions were not constructive, I am asking them because they are capable of quick answers, do not presume anything you disagree with, and because they seem to me to be problematic on your understanding of Yahuweh's scriptures. If you can answer them then you would have taken a large step in moving me closer to your point of view. (If you won't, I can only wonder why.) If you wish to advocate your views in more active ways than placing them on the internet, you would face questions of this sort from people who are personally hostile toward you, which I am not. I enter every dialogue willing to listen and learn; I hope that you do the same.

I do know Yahuweh - and I mean personally, rather than merely know about him. (German wisely distinguishes the two forms of knowing via different verbs, KENNEN AND WISSEN.) But faith is needed at the times when Yahuweh is silent.

All good wishes
TW


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TW,

Nothing you have said is true. You do not know Yahowah. You do not have a relationship with Him. You have not been saved by Him. I know this because I know Yahowah, and I know what He said about these things. Having read your letters, this conclusion is obvious. I did not have to make any assumptions. You either do not know, or have not accepted, what Yah said about His Name, His Covenant, His Towrah, His Instructions, or the His Invitations which provide the lone means to salvation.

You are kidding yourself. When I answered your questions, you ignored the answers and turned to distracting hypotheticals that had nothing to do with you. So addressing your new questions won't lead you closer to God, just as the others didn't.

I won't answer your new questions because the answers I provided to your original questions made no difference. It would therefore be ignorant and irrational of me to continue. You have chosen to accept Paul's answers, even though they require you to reject Yahowah's and Yahowsha's answers to the same questions regarding the Towrah. You seek my answer, and yet you ignore God's answer.

I deal with questions every day. I always provide Yahowah's answers. But I very seldom respond more than two or three times to someone like yourself who cannot, or will not, deal with what has already been presented.

Someone being hostile to me is irrelevant to me. If I wanted to be popular and accepted, I would advocate Christianity, and not expose and condemn it. No one who has proclaimed Yahowah's Word has ever been popular or accepted.

If you want to know Yahowah, start considering the nuances of Hebrew, not German. You might actually learn something useful. You continue to look for answers in all of the wrong places. You are headed in the wrong direction.

If you want to discuss the things which are important to Yahowah, read the Introduction to God, and write me again. If not, then there is nothing more for me to say which is going to be of any benefit to you.

For you to yada' Yahowah, you are going to have to walk away from the Christian god and his apostle, from faith and religion. Faith is never needed, TW. It is always counterproductive. Yahowah can be known. Every important question has been answered.

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JS wrote:
Ahoy, Yada!

As one of my primary sources of information on Islam and their jihadist movements, theories, organizations and other things, which you normally present so accurately, completely and undersandably, I just came to a halt this morning when I went to your Islamic Clubs section searching for info on the MB (Muslim Brotherhood)!

http://prophetofdoom.net...Muslim_Brotherhood.Islam

Amazingly it is virtually empty, so I'm hoping you can direct me to another good source for a presentation that I'm preparing to give?

Keep up the great work. I emphatically recommend your site to my volunteers and others in ACT! all the time!

JS


Yada wrote:
JS,

Thanks for the kind words. You are correct regarding the MB. I've spoken a lot about them on my internet radio program, but I stopped contributing to Prophet of Doom right about the time I would have completed the Islamic Timeline and review of the Muslim clubs. It dawned on me that I had provided sufficient information to prove the point about Islam a thousand times over, and so I was now only adding clutter.

I've been devoting my time to studying Yahowah's Word, and then sharing what I've learned. If you are interested in that research, I'll send you a free attachment of my current book, called An Introduction to God, and links to prior books, such as Questioning Paul.

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WG wrote:
"Who" am I reading when I read this web site? How can I be expected to believe it if no one is credited for the opinions that are expressed?

Thanks,
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WG,

Over the nearly ten years this site has been available to present the entirety of Prophet of Doom - Islam's Terrorist Dogma in Muhammad's Own Words, I've done over 3,000 hours of talk radio interviews and have received over 10,000 letters from around the world. In that light, and considering what's written on the homepage, you are to be congratulated. Your question and statement rank among the most humorous I've yet encountered.

Thanks.

Yada

My hope is to become anonymous some day in the future. My hope is that there will be some who value and benefit from evidence and reason. But if everyone is like you, the first will not matter and the second will not happen.

To answer your question, don't believe anyone. Opinions are always worthless. Belief has no basis. Observe the evidence and then decide.

Prophet of Doom is the best documented, most comprehensive, contextual, and chronological presentation of Islam's five oldest sources ever written. I did my part. I found, organized, and presented the evidence. Now do yours and read it.
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#278 Posted : Friday, November 4, 2011 3:11:30 AM(UTC)
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Yada wrote:
You say in Prophet of Doom – Would you believe:-
“The word "day" did not actually appear in the ancient Hebrew text so we don't know if creation took millions or billions of years……”

but: -
http://www.answersincrea...n.org/word_study_yom.htm

Gen: 1-5 “God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, one day”

The Scriptures say that there was “evening and there was morning’ or ‘night and day’ depending on which bible you read, means the same thing anyway. So to me that means a day, not millions of years or more. Before you can use a word it meaning must first be understood before it can be used as an analogy or metaphor for example. For example Jesus referred to himself as like a gate that people have to go through to get to the Father and therefore, as Genesis was the first book …..
The reason it is also important to see Genesis from a scientific point of view is that it is an eye-witness account as inspired by the Holy Spirit, of Creation and as it is in so many other ways, completely foundational to Christianity it is important to recognise its accuracy. Last polls showed that in the USA up to 80% of school leavers that attend church also leave church because they believe the Bible is unreliable according to their scientific teaching through school and just full of stories about how to be nice. They are not being taught to trust Gods word.
Genesis is indeed extremely important in establishing the first and the ‘second’ Adam and who created everything and of course why.

In verse 3 it says “Let There Be Light”. Did you know that an experiment was done in a laboratory where they bombarded a beaker of water with a particular series of frequencies and found that the water molecules started to vibrate and actually created light? The Spirit of God ‘hovered over the deep’ or the ‘face of the waters’ in some versions – can’t really avoid the science after all Isaac Newton was inspired by Gods word to search for His Truth in this world and look what he discovered.
Anyway I really enjoyed your teaching on Islam, the world needs to know this stuff but not as much as they need to know about Jesus eh? Have a great day.


Regards
Yada


Yada wrote:
Yada,

Technically, yowm means "hot period," and thus isn't literally "day" in the sense it is used in English. But that aside, I'd present the idea a lot differently if I were writing POD today. Should you be interested, I've written a number of chapters about creation which can be found beginning: http://yadayahweh.com/Ya...hweh_Genesis_Hayah.YHWH. You'll find that presentation stimulating - especially in light of science. It explains how the universe can be both 6 days and 15 billion years old.

But even in these chapters there are things which are not precisely accurate. I'm constantly learning.

Speaking of learning, the Spirit is "Set-Apart," not "Holy." The Towrah was dictated by Yahowah through Yahowsha', not inspired by the Spirit. Christianity is a false religion, as are all religions. And what's funny, is that Christianity is based upon Paul's annulment of the Towrah.

There is no "Jesus." The Ma'aseyah's name is Yahowsha'. And while you cannot know Him without knowing His name, Yahowah, and the Towrah, the world needs to know Yahowah, not Yahowsha'. Christians have tried to turn God into a man. All of God won't fit on a man, and God can neither be born or die. Yahowah saves. That is what Yahowsha' means.

If you'd like to know Yahowah, and participate in the Covenant, I'll gladly send you my most current book which presents the seven topics most important to God.

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UL wrote:
I notice that many Christians that I talk to claim that the Bible has scientific foreknowledge while I don't deny this I would like to know what makes this claim different from the Muslims who claim that the Quran has scientific foreknowledge when my understanding is that the scientific foreknowledge in the Quran could of been copied from Greek Science my question is how do you know that the scientific foreknowledge in the Bible was not copied ? Also is it possible that the scientific foreknowledge/scientific knowledge in the Quran if there is any was copied from the Bible and the from the Greeks ? Also what is your view of the Muslim claim that the Quran has Prophecy in it like a war between the Romans and the Persians could this Prophecy have been written after the event happened thanks ?


http://www.clarifyingchr...ianity.com/science.shtml


Yada wrote:
There is no scientific foreknowledge of any kind in the Qur'an. It is inaccurate scientifically. There are no accurate prophecies in the Qur'an either. In fact the Qur'an even gets history wrong. Muslims lie. They are encouraged to deceive.

The Towrah was written 2,200 years before written Arabic even existed - and long before Greek or Roman scientific advancements. The books aren't even remotely comparable.

If you'd like some insights into science in the Towrah, read: http://yadayahweh.com/Ya...hweh_Genesis_Hayah.YHWH.

Rather than ask questions like these, your time would be better spent reading Prophet of Doom.

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WG wrote:
Sir,

Your response is RUDE. It shows a personality problem best compared with another "prophet", Muhammad, or modern day Obama; megalomania.

Now I won't waste my time on your web site because I know something about the author.


Thanks for responding.

WG


Yada wrote:
Even the blunt truth wasn't sufficient to cause you to see the foolishness of your question. It seldom is anymore. Facts and logic no longer prevail, and evidence and reason no longer matter. It's now about individuals not ideas, feelings not thinking, opinions rather than information. Quick and superficial answers which are unsupported have more influence than a thoughtful investigation. It is why the invasion of Iraq turned out so poorly, why the Arab Spring was counterproductive, why Obama won the last election and will win the next, why Christian's don't recognize that Paul contradicted Yahowah. You are looking in the wrong place so you ask the wrong questions before you even know what questions are worthy of resolving.

The answer to your question on authorship was printed boldly on the home page of the site - right on the face of the book itself, presented as prominently as is possible in the upper left hand corner of the site. And the reason it does not matter was answered in the very first paragraph. But you didn't even bother to look.

I was blunt and honest with you knowing full well that you would not have benefited from the thousand pages of evidence. Based upon your letters, it is apparent that you are more comfortable with placing "RUDE" labels on people than you are in either knowing or understanding. So you'd be best served reading a book written by someone like yourself.

While I can't say for sure, I'll bet that those who are most like you would identify themselves with Christianity and the Republican Party - and they would be proud of both, believing that God is on their side. They'd proudly bellow God Bless America.

The Ma'aseyah Yahowsha' was both blunt and truthful with political and religious individuals like yourself, but it didn't matter. They didn't respond appropriately either. And He is a whole lot smarter and more articulate than I am, so indeed, I was wasting my time.

Rather than being a "megalomaniac," I'm irrelevant. That is the point you have missed.

But I thank you for writing, because you serve as a good example of what is bad.


WG wrote:
Yessir, you are certainly irrelevant and will soon have the anonymity you seek that comes with it.

You bet I'm a born again follower of Jesus Christ and a political conservative. I'm well read and well educated and more so I am discerning.

And thus I will block your email because I don't have time for those who veil the truth by trying to claim unique ownership of it.

Yessir, God Bless America.

WG


Yada wrote:
Just as I thought. You have been poisoned by religion and politics. Evidence and reason will never make any difference. You don't even know the countless ways "Jesus Christ" is wrong, or that you are walking away from Him because you don't actually follow His example. He observed the Torah and you don't.

There is one prerequisite for participating in the Covenant, and that is walking away from the babel of religion and politics. But you still cling to both.

Don't take my word for it, Look it up.

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SI wrote:
PLEASE READ THIS E-MAIL AND RESPOND BACK. I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU AND YOUR OPINIONS ABOUT WHAT I JUST SAID, IT TOOK A WHILE TO WRITE THIS, THANKYOU and WAITING!

Hi, how are you doing?
I saw your website, "Prophet of Doom." I also read the comments or the feedbacks people gave you. The truth is that you have to put yourself in other peoples shoes. You wrote so many negative comments about a religion that millions of people follow. Obviously, they will get mad and be tempted to write such comments. Who would be nice if they saw such comments written about their relgion. I know that you hate Islam but YOU can change this world or maybe influence many Muslims in a good way if you show them your good side. There are many people in this world, everyone thinks differenly and we have to accept people for who they are because we aren't perfect ourselves. All the terrorists that you see in Muslim countries are actually poor people who have broken family, who have lost their loved ones and who are going through severe poverty. These people are brainwashed by foreign people and are given money. These people get brainwashed and are told to kill others. They are uneducated and know nothing about Islam. They are poor obviously, they don't even own a Quran. These type of people should not represent Islam for example, In America, someone gets raped every 3 minutes but that does not represent Christiany right? Those are individual people who make their own choices. Stupid choices.

The main point of my e-mail is that the Quranic quotes you have are all translated wrong when you translate them in english. It doesn't give you the literal meaning. The old arabic was very different from today's modern arabic. The old arabic has words that cannot be translated into english properly. Every new word gives birth to a new thought but the truth is in english its not the real meaning. An American psychologist actually read the Quran after learning the OLD arabic and she looked at the different meanings one word can portray. It's called paraphrasing. For example, in the Quran it says, ""WE created you Out of dust, then out of Sperm, then out of a leech-like Clot, then out of a morsel Of flesh, partly formed And partly unformed." In the first phase of its development, the baby in the mother's womb is in the form of a zygote, which clings to the uterus in order to take nourishment from the mother's blood. This formation, which has been discovered by modern embryology, was miraculously stated in the Qur'an 14 centuries ago with the word "alaq," which means "a thing that clings to some place" and is used to describe leeches that cling to a body to suck blood. If translated in english, THIS DOES NOT MAKE ANY SENSE. So you have to look at the detail and try to find out what the old arabic word ACTUALLY means before running to conclusions about a language we don't know about. Some things in the Quran are very easy to understand for example, "HE makes you, In the wombs of your mothers, In stages, one after another, In three veils of darkness." That is the Embryonic stage, the germinal stage, and the fetus stage as we can see today.


I also apologize for the stupid comments that some people wrote to you as a feedback. They are illiterate and do not know how to talk to others. They are like any other people you find in America and Canada. They use deragatory words because honestly even a student from kindergarten knows the "F" word. So its not a surprise that they were swearing or threatning. You also have to consider that there are many people on the internet trying to spread hate. If anything, I can be a christian writting you this e-mail and cussing you off and saying that i'm a Muslim. IT'S THAT SIMPLE. So you need to stop assuming that the dirty e-mail you got were from All the Muslim people. Its hard to find people who ACTUALLY follow their religion nowadays so we should not have so many expectations from people of a certain religion. Right now I don't have the time to explain to you the detail about every quranic verse that you have but soon I will and I hope you appreciate my hard work and READ what I write or just wrote right now. Its easy to hate others but there are good people who still exist in this world. You just have to look at the right places. Media portrayed negative things about many things and they try to create an image in your head. Have you ever seen a HEALTHY African child in Africa or have you seen a happy girl in Afghanistan? NO, because in MEDIA, these type of people don't exist. You can't say the media is right, you have no proof unless you GO OUT and saw it yourself. Also, 9/11 was an inside job so please watch some documents on that. I know that is ONE part that totaly ruined and made you hate Muslims. But not everyone is the same :) Have a great day ! Reply back soon.


Yada wrote:
SI

Why waste your time or mine with this ignorant and irrational, completely irrelevant and opinionated response to Prophet of Doom? Nothing you have written indicates you are informed, rational, or thoughtful.

So, I'll make you a deal. Read the entire book, all one thousand pages, starting with the Source Material Appendix, and then from beginning to end, and then, after you have done that, if you are able to meaningfully refute it based upon evidence and reason, I'll respond.

But be forewarned: Prophet of Doom is the best documented, most comprehensive, contextual, and chronological presentation of Islam's five oldest sources. So to refute it, you will have to discredit all of the evidence (which is impossible without rendering Islam moot), and all of the conclusions drawn from it (which I'd find entertaining).

I expose and condemn Islam because Islam is not only false, but vicious. It is equally deceitful, destructive, deadly, and damning. Muhammad was the most repulsive person whoever lived. He was a rapist, pedophile, incestuous, murderous, a slave trader, a kidnapper, a thief, a liar, and a terrorist. These facts are irrefutable. So to trust him is foolish in the extreme.

To say that Islamic terrorists don't know Islam is they opposite of the truth. They know Muhammad and Islam better than you. It is why they scream Allahu Akbar before they kill.

The "Arabic doesn't translate argument" does not solve the Qur'an's problems, because the problem isn't the language, but instead the immoral and dishonest content. Moreover, most every important Qur'anic term, including qur'an, is Hebrew, and I know that language far better than you.

Every translation in Prophet of Doom comes from the most respected paleo-Arabic scholars in the world. To say that they are all wrong, is to say that no one has a clue as to what was originally written.

The only informed and rational conclusion to the words Muhammad concocted to present human gestation is that Muhammad was a clueless nincompoop and his wannabe god wasn't any smarter. Read his Hadith on the same topic for a good laugh. Most everything Muhammad and Allah said historically and scientifically was false. And, so was most everything they said about God.

Yada

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MD wrote:
Don't be fooled by my name, I promise I am an atheist. I take issue with your site on intellectual grounds, not religious ones. I agree with many of the things that you say but I wonder, what exactly are you proposing? Your rhetoric is so full of thinly veiled hatred (justified or not) that it makes me wonder if you would like to kill all Muslims in the world. You certainly come off that way.

And your blatant Judeo-Christian bias appears throughout much of the site which renders your academic credibility null and void for two reasons. One, no real intellectual believes in any kind of god under any denomination. Two, Christians and people of other faiths have historically committed as many if not more atrocities than muslims under the pretext of religion and I could find you just as many hateful homophobic racist quotes in the bible to prove it. Just because muslims happen to be the worst ones right now does not mean Islam is worse than other religions.

You clearly have a lot to say and a lot of good, important points, but your site will not convince anyone with a post secondary education. If you presented your argument more methodically and in a less blatantly biased fashion,the site would be great.


Yada wrote:
MD,

It's a shame that you don't recognize the degree to which atheism has jaundiced your perspective. You are like the scholars and intellectuals that you praise, knowing some things but understanding nothing of importance.

One of the many failings of socialist secular humanism is its politically correct moral code which renders its victims incapable of understanding that it is rational and compassionate to hate deceptive, destructive, and deadly dogmas. You are also incapable of making a distinction between those who wield evidence and reason as their only weapon and those who kill based upon their beliefs.

While I am overtly opposed to Judaism and Christianity, and have written and published volumes to prove both religions false, the most informed and rational approach to proving Islam errant is to compare what it claims to confirm with what it reveals. How could such a self-proclaimed intellectual have missed the obvious?

Logic isn't your strong suit. Beliefs aren't intellectual. Belief is the antithesis of knowing, just as faith is the antithesis of understanding. And while Yahowah does not exist under any denomination, gods exist in every denomination. Mankind is great at making gods in his or her image. Having traveled extensively in the China and the old USSR, I can say that no denomination has been better at this than socialist secular humanists.

Also failing in logic, the fact that Christians have acted badly does not exonerate Islam which has acted worse. Furthermore, Prophet of Doom is based upon Muhammad's words and deeds, and does not condemn Islam based upon future generations of Muslims. The entire book, from beginning to end, is nothing more or less than the best documented, most comprehensive, contextual, and chronological presentation of Islam's five oldest and most credible sources. So it does not commit the fallacy you, out of ignorance, believe it to be guilty of committing. Perhaps you ought to read next time before you share your opinions. You'll come across smarter that way - as if you graduated from third grade.

Demonstrating that you have placed your faith in the replacement moral code of political correctness, you seem to believe that being opposed to the acceptance and normalization of abnormal and unhealthy behavior is to fear it, when it is the opposite.

Having responded to tens of thousands of emails, I have found that it is impossible for people such as yourself, who promote their belief system, to rationally process evidence or reason. So while it won't do you any good, but I've attached An Introduction to God. It proves His existence and witness, not that you will like Him or it.

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L wrote:
Dear Sir,
I find your view of the Catholic Church a horriable distortion of religious history and understanding , causing me to doubt the authenticity of your slant on Islam.
Like you , I have a healthy fear of Islam but if i cant trust you to speak truthfully of my religion , then why would anyone in a similar position as myself trust your views on Islam.
Just as you are so critical , dont you realise your opinion of the C.C. are strange from my point of view. We are all entitled to our pointof view as I respect yours and expect the same in return.
Your viewpoint indicates that you have little understanding of the C.faith and if I can help your understanding of points you have made I would be glad to do so. I would prefer to think we are " on the same side "as I also try to keep an open and enquiring mind.
Please understand I have not studied your site as it is rather extensive . Also , I am an average run of the mill committed catholic without any special quaifications or authority.
If you have already spoken to a Catholic authority , then my comments will have no relevance regarding your attitude ..

Sincerly
L


Yada wrote:
L,

If you think that Prophet of Doom is anti-Catholic, you should read An Introduction to God. In it, I prove beyond any doubt, this time based entirely upon Yahowah's testimony, that Catholicism is false. Should you be open to God's perspective on your religion, I'll send it to you.

I don't fear Islam, but instead hate Islam. There is a huge difference. And my understanding of the history of the Catholic religion, including its inception with Constantine, which is more comprehensive than yours, has no bearing on the evidence I wield against Islam from the oldest Islamic sources. Your arguments in this regard are ad hominem, not rational.

It is unwise, even cruel, to respect something which is harmful, L. So that is why I do not, and will not, respect your religion.

The reason that I am opposed to Roman Catholicism is because the religion is overtly opposed to Yahowah's testimony, and thus has led billions of people away from God. The religion has far more in common with Babylon than it does with Yahowah, Yahowsha', or the Towrah, Prophets, and Psalms. The following serve as examples: the use of Lord, Church, Christian, the cross and crucifix, halos, gospel, trinity, saints, pope, fathers, nuns, cardinals, a hierarchal order, queen of heaven, mother of god, the eucharist, turning wine into blood and drinking it, the round wafer, sunburst religious icons, mass, bowing down in prayer, worship, incense, candles, Christmas, Easter, All Hallows Eve, Sunday worship, New Testament, purgatory, holy ghost, a dying god, bodily resurrection, and infant baptism, just to name a few Babylonian religious myths incorporated into your religion. And your religion ignores everything Yahowah said was important: the terms and conditions of the Covenant, the seven Called-Out Assembly Meetings, the Towrah Teaching, and Yahowah's name, to mention a few.

The teachings of the Catholic Church, when compared to the Word of Yahowah and Yahowsha', are the most misleading and counterproductive ever promoted by any human institution. According to Yahowah and Yahowsha', the Christian religion is deceitful, destructive, deadly, and damning.

As a religious person, L, your mind isn't open. Evidence and reason mean nothing to you when they oppose your faith. The irreconcilable conflicts between your religion and Yahowah's and Yahowsha's testimony have become irrelevant. For example, the fact that Yahowah tells us that every soul which fails to observe Pesach, Matsah, and Kippurym will cease to exist, and that celebrating the pagan replacements known through Catholicism as Easter and Christmas are an abomination, isn't sufficient for you to abandon your religion in favor of God. But should I be wrong about you, I'll gladly share the evidence which proves these claims.

If you would like to learn why Yahowah is right and the Lord is wrong, why the Shabat is right and Sunday is wrong, why Passover is right and the Eucharist is wrong, why Unleavened Bread and FirstFruits are right, and Easter is wrong, why Reconciliations and Shelters are right and Halloween and Christmas are wrong, why Ma'aseyah Yahowsha' is right and Jesus Christ is wrong, why the Covenant is right and religion is wrong, why standing and walking with God is right and bowing down is wrong, or why Set-Apart Spirit is right and Holy Ghost is wrong, I'll share the evidence with you. Moreover, if you'd like proof that the one and only Covenant has not yet been renewed, I'll provide testimony from God, Himself, to persuade you.

But based upon your comments, L, it matters not to you that anyone who is familiar with the evidence and who is rational, knows that: the Christian religion and the Towrah are in irreconcilable conflict. If one is from God, and it is, then the other is not. It is really that simple, L. And yet, based upon your letter, I could give you a thousand irrefutable reasons to reject Roman Catholicism, all based upon fact and reason, all of which are affirmed by God Himself, and yet none of this would do you any good. You are allergic to anything which proves your religion unreliable.

We are not on the same side, L. I am on Yahowah's side. You are not. But should you wish to change sides L, I'll help you come to know and then understand the Way.

However, be forewarned. There is but one prerequisite for engaging in a relationship with God. You will have to leave Babel, which means walking away from your religion. Since I don't think you will ever do that L, according to Yahowah, you will never participate in His Covenant, never know Him, never be saved. Those are His rules, and He isn't changing them for you, L.

Again, should you be the first overtly religious person to be open to Yahowah's testimony, who is willing to reject his religion when it is found to be in conflict with God's testimony, then tell me so and I'll send you a copy of An Introduction to God. It systematically presents Yahowah's perspective on the seven topics most important to Him: His Word, His Name, His Towrah, His Covenant, His Instructions, His Invitations to Meet, and His Way.

Having come to know and understand Yahowah's Towrah Teaching, L, I can tell you with absolute certainty that God's "Animosity to the Catholic Church" is infinitely greater than my own. Those who claim to speak for God are opposing Him.

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L wrote:
Dear Sir Please send a copy of An itroduction to God as I will need to read it to understand where you are coming from.

Yada wrote:
I have attached a copy of An Introduction to God, but based upon your letters I don't think it will do you any good. You see, it matters not where I am coming from, but instead what Yahowah has revealed. The Introduction to God presents Yahowah's perspective on the seven things which are most important to Him, and thus to us: His Word, His Name, His Towrah, His Covenant, His Instructions, His Invitations, and His Way. Your religion conceals, corrupts, counterfeits, or condemns all of these things. And to understand any of them, you will first have to walk away from Roman Catholicism, indeed from Christianity - which is something you are not prepared to do.


Am I correct in understanding you come from a Presbyterian background , yet speak as if you believe in a God of your own making as you are unwilling to follow a core of beliefs within instutional religion ( church ).

Yada wrote:
What I was isn't relevant. I am no longer a Christian. But, according to your reasoning, religious gods should be considered real. That of course would make Zeus real.

Yahowah introduced Himself in one place - His Towrah. If you want to know the God I know and understand how I know Him, you'll have to come to know and understand His Towrah. If you do, the first thing you will learn is that God hates religion and views all "beliefs" as counterproductive.



You say you dont fear Islam ! : then why do you go to so much trouble bringing attention to the horrible practices perpetuate on muslems and 'infidels' alike. Personally, I FEAR ISLAM. For the above reason, for our future ,for what apparently is a badly distorted vision of God and for what I have read on your int.site.
That is why I am engaging with you. However , I must first ascertain if you are honest in your beliefs even if you appear to have wacky ideas of my religion.


Yada wrote:
Yahowah asked me to expose and condemn Islam because it is false and He wants all religious people to be without excuse. Islam is therefore condemned out of evidence and reason in Prophet of Doom rather than fear. The very fact that I don't fear Islam or Muslims that I was willing to engage and risk my life.

I understand Roman Catholicism better than you do. It too is based upon a "badly distorted vision of God." That is why I condemn it as false and why you believe its "wacky ideas" and pagan traditions such as Christmas, Easter, Sunday Worship, the Trinity, etc.

I try to avoid beliefs. Yahowah can be known. His instruction can be understood. So there is no reason to "beliefe."


Genuine Catholics do not hate anyone ,Christ teaches us to HATE sin but LOVE the sinner. While I recoil from the teachings of Islam , Hate is a word I would rather not use ( for any religion ). If you can see the sense in dropping this word from your vocabulary , you will be a better person for it.

Yada wrote:
Wrong, wrong, and wrong. Considering the history, the edicts, and attitude of the RCC, your first statement is inconsistent with reality. Yahowsha' taught no such thing. His condemnations of religion were directed at the religious, attacking them personally. Moreover, the sin He hated most was religion.

Yahowah uses "hate" regularly when addressing religion. His hatred of religion permeates the Towrah, Prophets, and Psalms. And, consistent with Yahowsha', Yahowah hates both religion and the individuals who promote religion (as you are doing). So, by stating your position on hate, all you are doing is affirming that you and God hold very different views. And that is because your institutionalized religious god isn't God.

I'm a better person when my attitudes match Yahowah's attitude. The same advice would hold true for you.

But how is it at you say that "Christ teaches us" and yet you don't know or use His actual name or title? How is it that you ignore His most important teaching: the Sermon on the Mount? How is it that you ignore the whole of Mattanyah 23?



While I have an interest in religious history , I am not a historian . The church did not end with Constantine , this is a slant on history propagated by protestants to reinforce their beliefs and because of your protestant background you cannot accept this fact ( this is a personal opinion ).Christ clearly states "The gates of hell shall not prevail against it"

Yada wrote:
The RCC began with Constantine. That is a historical fact. Seeing the cross superimposed upon the sun, and hearing "under this sign conquer," he laid the foundation for what became the RCC.

Yahowsha' did not use the word "church," or anything remotely related to it, and He never spoke directly of a "Roman Catholic Church" - especially in a positive way. But, in His open Revelation letters, Yahowsha' condemned what has become known as the Roman Catholic Church, calling it the seat of Satan, married to Ba'al, and dead.

You have been beguiled.


Your sentence starting with "And my understanding" is patently false as the Church holds dear all the written evidence penned by the early fathers of the faith prior to Constantine. None of this material contradicts the teaching of the modern Church, This huge resource is held by the Vatican, is freely available to historians , but is shunned by people like yourself.

Yada wrote:
My point exactly. Your "evidence" comes from men, not Yahowah. Moreover, the only men whose teachings you regard are those whose writings are consistent with Catholicism.

Yahowsha' told you to observe the Towrah and Prophets. Nothing more. Nothing less. But you don't much like what He said because it contradicts most everything taught by the modern Chruch.



How can your understanding of the Catholic religion be more comprehensive than mine . Please understand , I live it. Well , I do my best to live it.


Yada wrote:
You live it. You believe it. But I know it and understand it. That is why I do not live it. That is why I do not believe it.

The same would be true of every Muslim who writes me. They are Muslims. They live their religion. They believe their religion. And yet I know and understand their religion vastly better than they do - better even than their imams do.


I am not disputing your view of Islam , my intention is to change your outlook of the Catholic Church. From my perspective , you are a friend with whom I can share a viewpoint. I am not aware of putting forward an irrational viewpoint or argument

Yada wrote:
You have irrationally written that my view of Catholicism diminishes my credibility regarding the presentation of Islam in Prophet of Doom. And you have no hope of changing my outlook on the Catholic Church. I hate it almost as much as God does. And I hate it because it demeans, corrupts, counterfeits, changes, and conceals Yahowah's Testimony. That is the only possible informed and rational response.


I agree it is unwise (and foolish ) to respect something that one believes is SINFUL ( why use such mild words as "harmful" ). I find ir remarkable that you cant respect a church that rejects sin and upholds a high moral standard in accordance with Christs teaching and practice...

Yada wrote:
The RCC doesn't uphold Yahowsha's teachings. They don't follow Yahowsha's practice. If they did, the RCC would be Towrah observant. Worse, the Church is among the least moral institutions known to man. There are hundreds of thousands of children who have been sexually abused by the RCC.



Why would you oppose a religion that upholds the revelations contained in the old and new testament.

Yada wrote:
There is no "Old or New Testament." There is only one Covenant. The Covenant has not yet been renewed. And when it is reaffirmed, it will embrace the Towrah so completely, Yahowah will write His Towrah inside of those of us who have accepted the Terms and Conditions of the Covenant. So, yes, I would oppose a religion which upholds the revelations contained in the Christian new testament. The fact is, Paul was a false prophet. And what you are missing is that more than half of your Christian new testament contradicts Yahowah's Towrah. So, to accept both is to be ignorant and irrational, or in a word: religious.


You have found a scapegoat to vent your venom by twisting the meaning of benign words and customs into vile images to fit your distorted line of reasoning in order to attack them.

Yada wrote:
Actually, it is the opposite. It is Christianity, and especially the Roman Catholic Church which has become venom by twisting words and images to fit its distorted reasoning.

The first two sections of the ITG provide you with the tools you will need to reverse the damage your church has done by corrupting and counterfeiting Yahowah's Word.


This smacks of HITLERS demonizing of the jews. Your attitude has the same potential to create the same hell on earth for christians.

Yada wrote:
Hypocrite. The RCC sided with Hitler and has a history of demonizing Jews.

Revealing the truth about Christianity is the only hope Christians have of not being deceived and thereby damned. Moreover, it is religions like Christianity, especially Roman Catholicism, which have created hell on earth.


I'll be here all day if I comment on every word so will keep it brief. Bablon , satanic. Lord , Christ is Lord. Church , " You are Peter and on this rock I will build My CHURCH.

Yada wrote:
He did not say "CHURCH." He didn't even say ekklesia. You don't know Him very well.


Christian , followers of Christ.

Yada wrote:
Wrong. Christos is based upon the Greek word for "drugged and whitewashed." Yahowsha' was Hebrew. He had a Hebrew title. His Title was "Ma'aseyah." It means "The Work of Yahowah."


Cross , Execution.

Yada wrote:
Wrong. Cross does not equal execution. It is a pagan symbol. And the word "cross" does not appear in the Christian NT. You don't know Greek either. The Greek word is stauros, which means "upright pole." And while the day is relevant, the device is irrelevant.


Halos & sunburst , reverence/holy.

yada wrote:
Wrong. They show reverence for the sun - Constantine's god.


Gospel , Good news.

yada wrote:
Wrong. It means "Gott's spell." You don't know the history of English very well either. And there is no Greek word related to "Gospel" in the Christian NT. Euangelion means "beneficial message."


Trinity , revealed nature of God.

yada wrote:
Wrong. No where does God say that He is three. In fact just the opposite. Yahowah says that He is one. The Trinity is purely Babylonian.



Saints , Christian community.

yada wrote:
There is no such thing as a "saint" according to Yahowah or Yahowsha'. Honoring the dead is an abomination. And the word changed to "saint" means "set apart." That word, especially in Hebrew, qodesh, explains that the Son and Spirit are set-apart from Yah, which means that they are diminished manifestations of the same thing, not separate personas.



Pope , Father . Fathers , We all have one.

yada wrote:
Once again, you have ignored the history of Pope in pagan Rome and Babylon and have ignore Yahowsha's teaching on "Father" as a religious title.



Nuns , Women who dedicate their life to God. Cardinals , dont know. Hierarchal order , set on Peter/ if the church was a democracy it would split into a 'thousand" sects re.: Protestants.

yada wrote:
There has never been a Nun who has known Yahowah, much less served Him. And as for the hierarchal order, Yahowsha' spoke against it, as did Yahowah. And there is now rational link between Shim'own and the RCC. None.


At this time you wont understand Queen & Mother , Eucharist , Jesus physically present. You appear not to believe in the Divinity of Our LORD. Mass , "Do this in memory of Me" commemorating Christs Life,Death & Resurrection.

yada wrote:
You have accepted the Babylonian myths upon which your religion is based. That is clear. And you have rejected Passover, which was what Yahowsha' was asking His disciples to observe in memory of Him.

We could play this game forever, but it is a complete waste of my time and yours. You are religious and I am rational. Our world views will never intersect. You believe the opposite of what is true - that you commemorate Christ's life - when in fact you ignore the reality that His words and deeds reflected Yahowah's Towrah. You even believe that your god died. Some god. And you have no concept of what Yahowsha' did on Passover, on Unleavened Bread, or on FirstFruits. You don't understand why He was not recognized.

All of your responses thus far are disproven in the ITG, so if you continue to ramble on as you have, you will find answers to other platitudes in the attached book. If you read it, you will find more evidence than a rational person will need to reject your religion.

Yada



Bowing , incense, candles , reverence. In ancient times,this was how ( custom ) Kings were Honoured (look at heads of state today ) and it is only natural that we give the highest honour to God. Christmas / Easter, Celebrating Christs birth and resurrection. All Hallows , remembering those who have died.( Im sure you do that ).Sunday , the Lords Day. New Test. , your kidding. Purgatory , remission of sin. Holy Spirit , Helper. Myth , story to explain/rationalise religious truth/Our LORD used parables. The Church upholds the Covenant : God reveals himself and His expectations IN TIME. Christ IS the new covenant e.g. He condensed the Ten Commandments to " LOVE God etc & LOVE your neighbour " and broke the Sabbath often as LOVE overides all the O.T. covenants. Are you living in the past and refuse to change. We do honour WHWA name but be mindful that the Jews would not speak it out of reverence.
You will have to explain your " teachings of the Catholic Church " paragraph as your comments are a complete mystery to me , cant make sense of them at all.
Hold on ! My mind isnt open ! Evidence & reason mean nothing to me ! You are making claims based on a simple email sent to you which you have no evidence of.
Strange, Ive never read in the O.T. that souls will cease to exist. Will you kindly point out where it says this as I do have an open mind.
As for terms such as Easter ; sure , the name may originate from paganism , So what .The same practice happens in Mexico where you would realise some old traditions are held firmly, so the Church does its best to steer the faithful in the right direction . In time, words often lose their original meaning and no christian today believes they are celebrating a pagan festival.e.g. The word " gay " has lost its original meaning and is only used and understood in terms of same sex relationships. Yet you KNOW the "festival " occurs at the actual time of the Jewish passover and the reason why. Again Christmas ( Christ-mass ) celebrates the coming of the Lord into history, We do this by going to Mass ( see above brief definition ). We dont know Jesus actual birth date so the Church chose a Roman Holiday to redirect the faithfuls attention to a higher cause. Pagan customs such as easter eggs take on a new meaning : a new life in Christ. Old customs die hard, If you are a thinker as you claim for yourself , you KNOW this is TRUE and you practice many traditions celebrated by your parents eg. birthdays. We take this for granted.
Your next paragraph indicates you hold some crazy beliefs as you seem to be rejecting the O.T. & N.T. Ok, send your evidence. You have not given one shred of evidence for your case and have resorted to a vicious attack which is completely uncalled for and ungodly. Your statement "You are allergic to anything that proves your religion unreliable " is PROOF of your closed mind as you know absolutely nothing about me apart from my brief email.
To say " We are not on the same side " is ridiculous in your reference to belief in God. You are confrontational rather than conciliatory. Your attitude contradicts Christs commmand to LOVE. Its your choice.
As a prerequisite ,you are asking me to walk away from a GOD OF LOVE ? Hold on , I am on YHWH side , thereby by your own judgment you condemn yourself with your own words " You are not ". Your demonstrating an incredible arrogance apparently based on strongly held convictions ( closed mind ) of a completely new wacky religion. However , I look forward to reading your leaflets as nothing you have said makes sense. To understand where you are coming from please send " An introduction to God "
Finally , MY GOD does not HATE ( animosity ) anyone or church doing the will of God. I suspect your God mirrors YOU and the God of Islam. The christian God hates SIN, regardles , HE loves the SINNER. After all , none of us are perfect , we all struggle on a daily basis to do the right thing.
My hope is that you will see the Catholic Church in a better light than your current perspective.

Sincerely
L

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#285 Posted : Thursday, December 1, 2011 9:56:03 AM(UTC)
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ET wrote:
Hello,

I have listened to your interview on the KGAB radio station in Cheyenne, Wyoming several times over the past couple of years. I enjoy your comments and information regarding Islam. I went to your web site. There is so much material to read and grasp.

One question has to do with your faith. Do you have a religious organization to which you belong? If Christianity is all wrong, why do you get your references from the Bible regarding future events? It is obvious that you observe the seventh day Sabbath (as I do).

It is evident that you are highly educated. I am just curious, what is your education and background?

Thank you,

ET


Yada wrote:
Thank you ET.

I have no "faith." I do not lead or attend any "religious organization." I am anti-religious and anti-political.

Christianity is wrong, in that it is in wholesale conflict with Yahowah's and Yahowsha's testimony. It is in fact impossible to be an informed and rational Christian.

Bible is the name of a pagan Egyptian sun goddess so I don't use that term. Moreover, half of the Christian New Testament (all of Paul's letters, Acts, Hebrews, Luke, and Mark, in addition to the name itself) is not Scriptural, isn't even an eyewitness account, was not inspired, and is both unreliable and untrue.

I cite prophecy from Yahowah's Torah, Prophets, and Psalms, and Yahowsha's explanations of those predictions as recorded in Mattanyahu, Yahowchanan, and Revelation.

I do what Yahowah and Yahowsha' requested: I observe the Towrah (which means teaching and guidance not law), so yes, like Yahowsha' I observe the Shabat. I am glad to hear that you do as well. I hope you know what it represents. (But if not, the answer is provided in the attached book.)

My formal education is irrelevant to what I share on Dave's program and in my own at Yada Yah Radio on BTR. But since you asked, I've learned about and thus come to understand everything from Yahowah and His Covenant, to Allah, Muhammad, and Islam, by studying their testimony. And once you come to know and understand Yahowah's Towrah, it becomes much easier to understand man's conflicting political and religious schemes.

I've attached my current book called An Introduction to God. In it I provide you with the tools you will need to learn what I've come to know directly from Yahowah. If you read it, please send me your impressions.

Thanks for listening and writing.

Yada
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#286 Posted : Wednesday, December 21, 2011 4:53:34 AM(UTC)
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SY wrote:
Wow! ! Is all I can say. You take messed up twisted minds to a completely different level. All I can say is sadly ure efforts are a wasted as you have the wrong end of the stick. Its like saying water is used to make fire...I'd like to help u out. May God grant you sincerity in seeking the truth and may your soul not rest till u achieve inner peace in knowing the truth and repent for your state of ignorance.


Yada wrote:
Yes, I see where you are coming from. To call the most comprehensive presentation of Islam's five oldest and most historically reliable sources "ignorant" makes perfect sense from a religious perspective. And to call the best documented chronological and contextual presentation of Muhammad's words and deeds as they are recorded in the Qur'an, Hadith, Sira, and Tarikh "messed up and twisted" is equally revealing and astute.

I wish I could say that "you take messed up twisted minds to a completely different level," but such ignorance and irrationality are commonplace among the religious, and most especially Muslims. Your god and his prophet have beguiled you - playing you for a complete fool. But that's hardly "Allahu Akbar," because you made it easy for them.

Next time before you slander a book, take the time to read it. You might learn the truth that way.

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MN wrote:
Love your site!

But I'm troubled by this statement under Q&A:

"And having studied a similar poison-Islam-I can attest that women and youth are the most corrupt, the most responsible, the most willing to deceive and to poison."

Either I'm misunderstanding you and the intent of that statement, or you hold a similar ideal about women as do Muslims. Considering that throughout the ages women have been chattel, it seems a bit antithetical for them to be all the things you list above. Were (are) they not under the thumbs of men? Regarding the youth in the statement, who guides them, especially after the age of reasoning, or earlier in some cases (of course I'm referring to mostly non-Western countries)? Wouldn't that be men?

Aside from that, I love Prophet of Doom and am intrigued by Yada Yaweh. I haven't had time to delve that much into it, but I'm questioning your prophecy regarding the end days, i.e., tribulation, Christ's return, etc. Your scriptural knowledge is much more vast than mine, however, doesn't it say that no one, not even Christ himself, knows that day?

I have to read more; I "converted" to Universalist Christianity a couple of years ago in my quest for understanding God and Christ (I know that what the main stream churches preach is corrupt and false), so your interpretation of the Scriptures interests me a great deal.

Very kind regards, and thanks. ~ MN


Yada wrote:
MN,

I've received 10,000 emails from Muslims, so I'm in a position to reveal what I've experienced. And based upon that rather significant sample, I have found that on average Muslim women and teenagers are more defiant, more aggressive, and indeed more indoctrinated and impassioned, than are older Muslim men. That conclusion is derived entirely from the evidence. It does not make the older men good, only slightly less bad from a relative perspective.

Muslim women are treated as chattel, and that is one of the reasons I oppose Islam, but rather than collectively refusing to be treated that way, they make certain that their daughters suffer as they did. They contribute to their own oppression.

Islam is a horrible beast, and it has destroyed billions of lives. But it is impossible really to separate the disease from its host.

The vast majority of Muslim women who write me live in the West. They aren't nearly as controlled as women living in an Islamic nation. So there is every reason to think that they are defending their oppressive religion because they want to.

Yes, it is true that young Muslim men are misled by somewhat older Imams. But there is more to it than that. Young Muslim men feed off of one another. There is a bravado about Islam that is especially rash among the young. It is why they are so prone to be jihadists, terrorists, and suicide bombers.

You will not find Yahowah in Christianity. And Christ isn't an accurate title. Most of the Christian New Testament is rubbish. In fact, God cannot be found in any religion. Yahowah hates religion. But if you'd like to meet Him, if you are willing to reject and walk away from your religion, I'll gladly provide the evidence required to lead you in the right direction. He is worth knowing.

As an interesting aside, one of a thousand reasons that I despise Paul is his position on women. It is both demeaning and inappropriate.

If you are up to a challenge, I'll send you a copy via a Word doc attachment of the Introduction to God.

Yada


MN wrote:
I understand that statement in context, now! Thanks! Having lived in Afghanistan for three years as a teenager, I know what you say to be true... at least in the less educated women. My husband and I even hosted an Afghan boy for a year three years ago. Boy, was he surprised about life here in Texas!

And HA!! I laughed when I read your statement about Paul, and yes, he has always frustrated me with his position on women as well... which was never mentioned by Jesus. (Sorry, I am a product of my upbringing and "tradition"... I'll have to wrap myself around "Yahowah".)

I think I walked away from my "religion" a long time ago... that's why I went towards the "universalist" concept of Christianity (my mother called me a heretic!). I believe I "met" The Eternal a long time ago. I thought I had a relationship, but then the teachings just didn't make sense to me as an adult (Paul's position on women comes to mind!). When my daughter died nearly six years ago, her death made me question my beliefs and hence the universalist approach after many many many hours of research. On my own side note, my daughter was very much a believer... she was all about her relationship with Jesus. I have no doubt where she will spend eternity.

That being said, my friend, my mind is open. I'll take your challenge. Send me what you got!

Thanks for taking the time to respond... I didn't really expect it since I've tried to ask questions from other sites regarding The Eternal, with no response. I've even tried to take on pastors from churches here in my area about the reality of hell, only to get rebuffed with stupid colloquialisms like, "You need to read the Bible." Ummmm... I HAVE, that's why I'm asking you these hard questions!

Looking forward to your email. ~ MN


Yada wrote:
MN,

I am sorry for your loss. I can't even imagine the hurt associated with the passing of a child. But God knows. He has experienced this a billion times. We discussed this very thing during our internet radio program this morning.

I am not surprised that you have experienced the same reaction from Muslim women. It is horrible what Islam does to them. What on earth brought you to Afghanistan, especially as a teenager?

I have many friends and even family in Texas. It is an interesting place. Personally I bounce between Virginia and California.

I came to know that Paul was a liar after devoting a year to his first letter. If you are interested, you can read what I discovered at www.QuestioningPaul.com. I started the project a couple of years ago in hopes of reconciling Paul's testimony with Yah's, but was unable.

As is the case with all of us who were once Christians, it takes a lifetime to completely disassociate from its stain. For example, there is no "Jesus," no "Christ," and the Christian caricature of "god" bears little resemblance to the Ma'aseyah Yahowsha', much less Yahowah. More important still, Yahowsha' can't be known apart from Yahowah. So even the focus upon the Ma'aseyah is wrong. You will come to understand this as you make your way through the ITG.

If you read the attached you will never again use the term "belief" or "believer," much less "universalist Christianity" favorably. You will come to know and understand and that is a vastly better position. The evidence is sufficiently compelling.

As for hell, you will come to appreciate why so few people actually experience it. (Not many go to heaven either, but that's another issue all together.) Most souls simply cease to exist at the end of their mortal life. But your pastor doesn't want you to know that because it is bad for business.

There is only one place you can go to come to know and understand Yahowah: His Towrah (which means "teaching and guidance"). The purpose of the ITG is to provide you with the tools and perspective required to learn directly from God.

Let me know how you progress.

Yada
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DC wrote:
Hi Yada,Ken, PoD webmaster & team...
One small inquiry regarding your feedback.
I peruse your site very regularly for info & ammo for all kinds of discussions that I have with people.
Lately,more like for 4 years, you have posted no emails from enquirers.
Is it because you have not had any or are too swamped with other work.?
Don't get me wrong,there is no criticism on my part but I am just curious...
It has been a long time since I have come across any correspondence from your inbox..
Hoping you are all well.

PS, If it means anything to you,I am not the best at forming or articulating my own arguments.
Not sure if it's my own lack of education,lack of self esteem or shyness but with the continued
reference to your texts aka PoD, I can absolutely transfix my listener to the extent that they know
that what I am saying is true...

I always end with Yada & Kens names & also the PoD.net site...

& My favourite saying I always end with is;

"Truth can never be told so as to be understood & not be believed" William Blake

Cordially
DC


Yada wrote:
DC,

I made a deal with Yahowah that I'd engage with Him on Islam under a very specific set of conditions. After conducting 2500 radio and television interviews one of those conditions was not met. So I retired from that mission. The fact is, we completed that mission which is why God disengaged.

Since that time I have been given a much more important and controversial mission: that of using Yahowah's Word to expose and condemn Christianity and Judaism. I've written three books on these topics.

I'm glad that you have found PoD helpful. You are using it exactly as it was intended. The evidence contained in it was presented judgmentally to encourage understanding. And once you understand a subject it becomes much easier to teach others.

When the truth is told, known, and understood, belief is irrelevant, as is faith.

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JM wrote:
You have the same philosophy as the muslims

You both believe in mindless allegiance to a supposed "god", just a different supposed "god". You would be okay with all the bad things muslims do if the people who wrote your holy book went a different way. If a god were real and had something to say, he would probably just say it to everyone. There would be no need for him to rely on crappy inefficient human messengers. Even if a god did say something, there would be no reason to trust it. We need to THINK, not submit to any authority, not even a "god".


PoD wrote:
JM,

I observe and thus know. I think and thus understand.

But unlike your namesake, Jacob, you do not know Yahowah or understand why He uses "crappy inefficient human messengers." You don't observe, know, or understand His Towrah, His Beryth, His Miqra'ey. But even in this, you owe this very choice to the one you have chosen to demean.

Trust is the residue of observing, knowing, thinking, and understanding. There are no shortcuts even for "god."

I do not believe in god. I know Him.

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FQ wrote:
Hey, I've visited your website on occasion and I think its awesome! I am a contributor to Dr. Ali Sina's website FaithFreedom.org and I am a former Muslim and a former Muslim apologist who as a Muslim debated Dr. James White, David Wood, Nabeel Qureshi, Sam Shamoun, Tony Costa, and Walid Shoebat (former PLO terrorist. I also debated Shaikh Shaker Elsayed on an intransigence topic ( he is the Imam of Dar al Hijrah mosque in Virginia commonly recognized for 2 hijackers attending it and Anwar Awlaki being an imam there.

Since leaving Islam I've been in search for the meaning of reality and existence and currently claim agnosticism. After a period of time that involved grieving, praying and reflecting, I turned back to apologetics to challenge my beliefs and defend them. So I came out as a former Muslim and Muslim apologist in two debates. There were alot of firsts in these two debates, but I'd like to share with you the material if by any chance you had time. Your insight, advice and guidance would be immensely appreciated.

Thanks,

FQ

Problem of Evil:

http://www.faithfreedom....aatari-vs-farhan-quresh/

Is Hell Just:

http://www.faithfreedom....alusi-vs-farhan-qureshi/


Both of these debates were with the Muslim Debate Initiative in London, UK.

The following lecture on Spirituality took place at Skepticamp DC at the University of Maryland, College Park:

http://www.faithfreedom....ticism-and-spirituality/


Yada wrote:
FQ

Thank you for the kind words. Prophet of Doom was a labor of love. It is the second most important thing I've done with my life.

I'm a huge fan of Ali Sina. I'm glad to hear that you contribute to his site.

I know most of the men on your list, two personally, Sam and Walid. They are good men. I was once very active in debating Muslims, but soon came to realize that for a host of reasons it is a complete waste of time. Today I endeavor to teach those who are open to learning. And I focus on understanding, which I think is vastly more important than knowing.

If you are a thinking, open-minded agnostic searching for the meaning of life, then I can help you. Please read the attached Introduction to God. You will come to know why evil exists, who is responsible for it, and how to mitigate its influence.

So that you know, unlike Sam and Walid, I am not religious. In fact I hate all religions as does God.

I noticed your concerns over "hell." The truth about the place, and who actually goes there, eliminates the most common agnostic complaint against God. You will be surprised and satisfied by what you discover in this regard.

Yahowah does not hear the prayers of those who do not know Him. And He has no interest in grief. So, if you want to know Him observe His Towrah, come to know what He has to teach you, and then once you understand what He is offering, respond to Him. The Introduction to God was written specifically to help agnostics achieve such understanding. It is a very, very challenging read, but well worth your time.

Please stay in touch...

Yada
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FQ wrote:
Hey Peace Yada,

I have not read it all yet, its a long read (well its a book rather than an article) so it will take time for me to get through it, but even as I attempted to "leave my beliefs at the door", I{ couldn't help but to feel as if certain presuppositions/beliefs were being forced onto me as I read through the pages of this document, particularly the acceptance of the Hebrew Tanach as inerrant word of YHWH and that YHWH is the "only" name of God and that all other paths besides this one leads to other than YHWH.

As someone who posits Universalism and is a student of Mysticism/Hinduism/Buddhism/Gnosticism, the message of this document is spiritually frustrating. Regardless of dismissing Paul, or religion or what have you, it's still the same Christian message of exclusivity, is it not? Before I more forward, since I am used to debating/discussing with Christians, perhaps when I said Universalism and Mysticism/Hinduism/Buddhism/Gnosticism, the automatic Christian impulse in my experience is to jump to a label; namely New Age. So allow me to nip this immediately. I do not believe in any astrological age of Aquarius, in fact I don't believe in astrology at all; I'm not into any superstition or any of that; I am purely a student of religions that are older than the Abrahamic traditions: namely Hinduism and Buddhism, and I accept contemporary knowledge and perspective in terms of science and logic.

While human beings must inevitably be biased, must inevitable have a range of beliefs/feelings/thoughts that are programmed over long periods of time, I still try to force my self to a basic premise. I do not know (hence agnosticism) and therefore I am open the possibilities. Certainly, due to my biases, I lean/incline toward certain possibilities because either they are more logical, they have empirical data that support those possibilities, or that subjective experience have guides me toward certain possibilities and therefore those possibilities resonate with me spiritually; but STILL, I have to be careful, I think .... Life is an ongoing journey of discovery and gaining knowledge. As we gain more knowledge, we broaden our perspective. Individually we must do this (in terms of our own personal lives we gain more knowledge everyday) and collectively as human civilizations we must continue to gain knowledge and broaden our perspectives. This includes all kinds of knowledge: including science, philosophical implications of ongoing discovery of empirical data, and ongoing knowledge in terms of spiritual experiences as humanity grows in its capacity of knowing and experiencing new things, new scenarios, new environments. This is my approach and this is my understanding.

If we truly are growing and evolving, then we must be able to grow past ancient finite attempts to seek the infinite Divine and have contemporary ways of thinking about and perceiving reality and existence. I think the broader issue is that you are stuck on an ancient tradition, which albeit it is a beautiful and historical tradition and you (I believe you do) have attachment to an identity derived from positive experiences with this historical and beautiful tradition, there is more to reality and existence than what it posits and realistically what it is limited to.

Yada, I think you're doing an amazing job with ProphetofDoom; I hope to continue being friends with you! Maybe, since we can get along so well, that we can debate whether Universalism is superior to Messianic Judeo-Christian theology?

Peace Be With You,

FQ


Yada wrote:
FQ

Since Yahowah proves His existence and that He authored the Towrah, Prophets, and Psalms within the text using prophecy, since He says that His one and only name is Yahowah, since He says that there is only one way to form a relationship with Him and one way to be saved by Him, your argument isn't with me, but instead Him. While Yahowah created the universe, Yahowah isn't a "universalist." He is as opposed to Mysticism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Gnosticism as He is Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. God is so opposed to religion that leaving it is the lone prerequisite to engaging in a relationship with Him. Therefore, should you be unwilling to question and then leave your belief system, then nothing I have sent you will do you any good. (Other than by coming to know the Towrah and Yahowah better you will be in a better position to debate and refute the foundational claim of Islam.)

FQ, I don't care what you believe. It is irrelevant to me. My only interest was in answering your questions. I have given you the information necessary to understand why evil exists and who deserves hell, as well as what they will experience there. What you do with this information is completely up to you. But if you are ruled by evidence and reason, you will come to know and understand Yahowah.

I have rejected most every programmed belief. I was once very religious and very political. I am overtly opposed to most everything I once believed. I am not an agnostic because I now know. But I do not believe. Knowledge has great value, but more valuable still is understanding. It did not broaden my perspective, it grounded it. Moreover, Yah's revelation is neither "tradition" (as not one in a million people observe or recognize it) nor is it stuck in time. In Hebrew there isn't even a tense which ascribes something to a period of time. And while I'm not Jewish by race or religion, their tradition is based upon the Oral Law, the Talmud, not the Towrah.

As a result of being observant, of being relentlessly logical, I have come to "see" God as He revealed Himself.

I have no interest in debating the merits or failures of universalism. Nor am I interested in promoting Messianic Judeo-Christian theology. So unless you have criticisms which demonstrate that I have mistranslated the Towrah, or that my understanding of it is errant, there isn't much to discuss.

The only true, unfailing, enduring, and always satisfying peace is to be reconciled with Yahowah. I hope that you find this shalowm.

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#292 Posted : Thursday, March 1, 2012 2:59:28 AM(UTC)
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F wrote:
I'm with you on this subject, in all ways but one. The Yada Yaweh site is a
religious site for the new absolutist version of Christianity which, in due
time, could end up being every bit as nasty as Islam is. I am disappointed that you could regard them as valid partners.

I would like to participate and help you, but this stops me cold. I will do
nothing that promotes yet another absolutist religion. Moreover, a religion has the worst standing of all to be castigating another religion. The general public will easily put what they say down to religious competition and enmity, nothing more.

Since 1994, I have been studying Islam. For years now, I have tried to get
people online to do their OWN homework on it, so they can know what I know.
Merely telling them what I'd learned couldn't be enough, since they could
easily just "blow it off." They can't blow off what they dug out and
researched for themselves.

Your site helps people to do that research. I must give you grand applause
for having developed a single download of the Quran, which puts each
translated sentence or phrase next to the other translations of the same
sentence or phrase. That was a masterful stroke on your part. When I first
started studying Islam, I could only download the Quran one chapter at a
time. Few people would be patient enough to download all 114 books. This
is, of course, deliberate, to insure that very few people (including
Muslims, and especially new converts) would actually READ the Quran, cover
to cover. Worse still, there were other translations, and they, too, had to
be downloaded chapter by chapter. Since I had to go through all that, I can
fully appreciate a single download that brings me ALL of them and puts it
all together, so I can compare different translations without having to
bebop between downloads.

I WILL help you this much, though. I have two quotes of the precise same
sura. One I'd downloaded at least 10 years ago. The other I cut-pasted
when a Muslim captive in the war with Afghanistan was asked what Islam
thinks about prisoners of war. He quoted from memory, and his memory was of
the Arabic version, and he had no difficulty putting it into English, since
he spoke it well. I said he'd quoted it - he actually "spat" it at the
journalist who asked him the question.

Here are the two quotes. The first from my download, and the second from
this Muslim:

"The Prophet is not supposed to take any captives to strengthen
his position on the earth. You want worldly gains but God wants
the life hereafter for you. God is Majestic and All-wise (8:67)."

"It is not fitting for a Prophet that he should have prisoners of
war until he has made a great slaughter in the land." [Quran
8:67]

I don't know which translation my download came from, (I think the site was
islamicity, but not sure - my download was lost when my D drive died, and
all I had left of it was a document with these quotes in it), but it seems
that the first quote has since been "edited" yet again, to be somewhat
closer to the second quote - not quite the same, though. They must have
realized that they'd been found out on their rewrite of that whole sura.

When I realized this discrepancy, I also realized that Muslims have no
compunctions about converting Western people to an Islam that doesn't exist
and never did. They'd "sweetened up" certain texts in the Quran so as to
get around certain Western values that might interfere with their
conversion.

They are THAT unprincipled in obtaining converts. A "false Muslim" is
worse than an infidel. He should be tortured at great length before being
allowed to die. They are "converting" false Muslims like mad in the West,
KNOWING that they aren't real Muslims. But if it became convenient to do
so, they could torture and slaughter them, even though it was THEY who made
them false Muslims in the first place. Nice, huh?

So many Western Muslims still don't know what Islam is all about. It is for
this reason, among others, that I am firmly convinced that violence against
Muslims is thoroughly reprehensible. It is what Muslims WANT the West to do, and plays into their hands. The cost of war will only weaken US, militarily and economically. One of their goals is to try to destroy our economies, and nothing does that better than war.

Hating them is just as useless, because hating only
corrodes the hater inside, and does no harm to the hated. It does, however, taint the person's thinking and renders him far less able to think rationally and analytically.

What we need in the free world is a pragmatic plan to THWART their goal of
world conquest. The chances of our ever doing it are slim to none. Until
it's too late to do any thwarting any longer. But it IS our only chance to stop them in their quest for conquering the world.

If you look carefully, you will see that Europe (all of it) is already in
their cross-hairs. There are mega-millions of Muslims living there. Now,
with the "Arab Spring" (tra la?), they are ousting former dictators who had
not been PIOUS ENOUGH. They had FAILED to make Islamic States out of their
countries, and the "Arab Spring" is now correcting that little error by
establishing Islamic States themselves.

Most people make the mistake of assuming that everyone MUST want freedom and
liberties. Muslims SAY they do, but it's impossible. Their faith is the
inside-out of democracy, and to them, it is blasphemous and obscene. They
don't have an option to choose democracy. They can't, and still remain
Muslims.

Most people also don't know that Muslims LIE. When they want an answer
about Islam, they take the shortcut of asking a Muslim. They get the
sugar-coated lies and believe them. But lying to infidels, in Islam, is
righteous and good. It is the only religion that makes dishonesty a virtue.

Islam, and the cultures it spawns is reallly so utterly ALIEN to the Western
people that they can't wrap their minds around its realities, and when they
begin to suspect those realities, they're too scared to take it any further.
They DIVE into their denial.

Now, imagine Tunesia, Libya and Egypt (maybe with Syria and a few other new
Islamic States) using the combined military and arsenals of those nations to
attack Europe all at once, while on the same day those mega-millions of
"peaceful, tolerant" Muslims do the "Glasgow-thing". Europe would fall like
a stone. How could they go after these jihadis when they're thoroughly
intermingled with innocent citizens? To try would slaughter many innocents.
No nation on earth is prepared to deal with this kind of threat, not even
the U.S., or it, combined with all the free world.

These people MEAN BUSINESS about their global conquest. They are
MOBILIZING, right now, to conquer Europe, and don't even need to be subtle
about it, because the free world is in such obsessive denial of reality.

It won't be pretty. But it will be soon. They could, in a pinch, even pull
it off right now.

This scares me at my deepest levels. It ought to do likewise to all free
people. I know "it's the oil," but IS oil really worth more than our own
survival?


Yada wrote:
F,

While I agree that Christianity has been and could be almost as nasty as Islam, Yada Yah is opposed to Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and Socialist Secular Humanism. I do not regard any religious person or institution as a "valid partner." So, your understanding of YY is deeply flawed.

I didn't solicit your participation. And I am not religious. I am anti-religious. You are confusing knowing and understanding Yahowah with religion - a common but misguided mistake.

That is not to say that I am perfect. I'm in the process of editing YY, correcting my mistakes. At the time I wrote it I was unaware that Paul was a false prophet (read www.QuestioningPaul.com), the the Christian New Testament was untrustworthy, or that the Covenant had not yet been renewed (all covered in the attached ITG). So over the next six months I will endeavor to remove these errors. It is part of learning.

While you won't like it much either, as it is "aboslutist" in nature, I've attached an Introduction to God. It is not only well researched, it, like Prophet of Doom, provides the tools needed for others to engage in their own research. My goal with it is to get more people to do their own homework. The more they know, the better. But ultimately, my hope is to promote understanding.

A friend of mine created the parallel Qur'ans. It is a great tool, and he is to be commended. He, like you, was once an atheist. He became an agnostic because atheism required too much faith. But then when he saw all of the religious myths which had caused him to reject the gods of religion disassociated from Yahowah in YY he began a voyage of discovery which led him to Yahowah.

The greatest gift of POD, however, is the basis of the book. It reorders the Qur'an chronologically and sets it into the context of Muhammad's life by using the Hadith. It enables readers to not only know what Muhammad and his pretend god Allah had to say, but more importantly to understand what they were trying to achieve.

We agree on many things, however. Most Muslims are ignorant of what the Qur'an and Hadith actually reveal. Most Muslims are willing to lie to achieve their goals. A peaceful Muslim is a hypocrite. The West's wars in Islamic nations are all counterproductive.

Hate is often appropriate however. I hate all religions and most political and military schemes. So does God. It is wise and compassionate to hate that which is deceitful, destructive, and deadly.

Yahowah proved His existence through precise and accurate predictions. One of these focuses on the fate of Islam. The religion will ultimately be destroyed, but not before Islamic nations unify for one last war against Israel. When all of the pieces fall into place and that occurs in 2027, read YY and the ITG and you will understand how the religion is ultimately destroyed.

The "Arab Spring" is actually an "Islamic Reformation." It is a prelude to the Magog/Islamic War. It is about submission, not freedom. And Islam is way to debilitating for Muslims to conquer the world. It is what they want, but at best they are only qualified to destroy, not conquer.

The Islamic nations are not going to turn their weapons against Europe. Once they stop fighting each other, they will all turn on Israel, who by that time, and thanks to the US, will be out gunned 100 to 1.

I know the future because Yahowah has revealed it. But I am not afraid.

Yada
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#293 Posted : Friday, March 2, 2012 4:48:36 AM(UTC)
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DW wrote:
Hello Mr. Winn,

I have been reading the Prophet of Doom, as well as the 'feed-back' from your site. I am quite amazed at how seemingly intelligent people can still believe that Islam is a "viable" religion. It is astonishing that Muslims do not take the time to read their own religious books - truly study them. Instead, the majority seem to become quite irate when asked relevant questions concerning Islam. It's as if going to "jihad" seem to be the only readily available answer when Muslims are confronted with truth about their "prophet" - Muhammad.

It is no wonder the imams do not want average, every-day Muslims to read the Qur'an, and the Hadith. It would definitely be an "eye-opener" for them.

Anyway, thank you for your diligent work in exposing one of history's - and the worlds - greatest frauds: Muhammad and his perverse religion.

May Creator continue to bless you and your family.


Yada wrote:
DW,

The most debilitating aspect of Islam is as you have stated. Its victims are either unable or unwilling to consider the viability of their scriptures. This is true of religious Jews and Christians as well, but the Qur'an is vastly less accurate, rational, and moral than the Talmud or New Testament. By any rational standard the Qur'an is the worst book ever written. To attribute it to God is a fool's folly.

That said, a substantial number of bad Muslims have read and responded to the evidence contained in POD and they are no longer Muslims. So there is hope, albeit not widespread.

Personally, I see Pauline Christianity as the world's greatest fraud (read www.QuestioningPaul.com), but I will grant you that Islam wins the award as history's most perverse religion. It's prophet, god, and scriptures all mirror Satan's personality, character, and ambition.

I appreciate your letter.

Yada
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#294 Posted : Tuesday, March 6, 2012 11:00:56 AM(UTC)
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C wrote:
Dear Yada,

I find your book Prophet of Doom very well put together, very informative, and very accurate. Its shined a whole new light on Muhammad for me. Already i hated him but after reading your book, im just burning with rage. Mainly because my whole family and relatives r muslim and they have fallen for this deception. Anyways I want to congratulate you on a job well done. I would love a hard copy of it. Please let me know if it's possible. I've been a long time listener to Stan Johnson from the Prophecy Club. I told him all about you and I said you have to get Yada on your show. Stan has the most interesting guests on and I think you will bring a lot of valuable information to his audience regarding Islam and other fake religions. I would love to hear you on his show. I recently started listening to your show on Yada Yahweh. I must say after hearing you I feel like a crooked, dirty, and corrupt Christian. I learned a lot from you and I thank you. I hope you will contact Stan soon and I look forward to hearing you on his show.

C


Yada wrote:
C,

Thanks for the kind words regarding Prophet of Doom. Every hardback has been sold, so sorry to say but it is only available online. But lots of folks read it on their iPads and Kindles.

I don't solicit interviews any longer, but I don't turn them down either. But since Stan is a Christian, he wouldn't be comfortable with what I had to say - nor would his audience.

Christianity is corrupt, so I hope you leave it in favor of the Covenant. I've attached An Introduction to God which will help you in this regard.

Yada
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N wrote:
Hello,

I only came across your site recently. Firstly, thank you for doing all of this research and for making it publicly available.

Secondly, you mention in http://prophetofdoom.net..._Lustful_Libertine.Islam that "eighty-five percent of terrorist acts worldwide are directly attributable to the Islamic faith." Can you point me toward any material from which I can corroborate this? (My intuition is that what you are saying is true, but I try very hard not to repeat things I will be questioned about without first confirming them and determining their source.)

Regards,

N


Yada wrote:
I figured it out the hard way, Neil. I considered every reported terrorist act committed between 1960 and 2004. That is why I compiled the Islamic Terrorism Timeline.
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DW wrote:
Yada,

Thank you for responding to my letter. And thank you for sending the attachment!!! I look forward to reading it and digesting the info. While being a very 'spiritual' person myself, and an 'Ordained Minister' thru the Church of God, I had long ago walked-away from the traps and pit-falls associated with indoctrinated religions. However, it was during my studies for the ministry that my eyes were truly open. I have no idea why the COG was as open and honest as they were...but, there was still that "hook".
Of course, there is no denying that most all of mankind's religious endeavors were all about power and control - missing the true "message" that God has so often tried to tell/teach us. Greed and lust are powerful "sins" indeed!!

Again, thank you so much!! And, yes, I have read a lot of the comments that were posted on your site. Very 'eye-opening' - almost appalling in the way that many Muslims still deny that which is right in front of them. Sad. False god, false religion, false heaven, but, very real terror.

You are blessed. You have been shown the way.

DW


Yada wrote:
DW

Based upon what you have written you may find the ITG helpful. If you read it, please share your thoughts.

What Christians don't realize is that Towrah means "teaching," and that the Towrah alone provides the guidance required to know Yahowah, to form a relationship with Yahowah, and to be saved by Yahowah. And since Paul's letters are all anti-Towrah, rather than speaking for Yahowah, Paul was His adversary.

Most all of us have been shown the way. But very few of us have observed what we have been shown sufficiently to move in that direction. This is what the Introduction to God will do for you. But to benefit from it, you will have to completely walk away from your ordination.

Yada

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S wrote:
You were suggested to this ministry to be guest.

Please email me or better yet, call me to discuss a radio interview.

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C wrote:
Hi S,

Have you ever had a guest by the name of Yada? You might have heard of him he wrote the book Prophet of Doom. http://www.prophetofdoom.net/ Its about Muhammad and islam. Its a very thorough study of the subject. he also has a radio show called Yada Yahweh. He is a very interesting fellow and i think he would make a good guest on your show.

C


God bless,

S


Yada wrote:
S,

I think I've been on the Prophecy Club before. The name is familiar, but it is hard to remember. Over the past ten years I've done some 3000 radio interviews. It is interesting, however, that the 91st Psalm, which you cite in your signature, provided the motivation to meet with al-Qaeda, and to write Tea With Terrorists and then Prophet of Doom.

Previously our topic would have been Islam, and on rare occasion I still do some interviews on its nature and future. It is, after all, Magog. But now for the most part I speak on behalf of Yahowah's Towrah, and what it means to observe Yah's Teaching. As a result, I'm as anti-religious as is God, which might irritate your audience. For example, there is a harvest which will coincide with Taruw'ah, but Paul was wrong about his "harpazo - rapture." That is why the citation in Matanyah speaks of a ingathering.

So it is your call. I no longer solicit interviews, but I don't turn them down either.

I will be on vacation next week, but otherwise you can reach me at *Personal Email Address*.

Yada
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Same as S above, since he is a public figure, a radio host, I figure anonymity isn't necessary.

Stan wrote:
Irritation? How is this:

I believe America IS the Mystery Babylon of Rev. 18, Jer 50 & 51, Isa 13, 21 and 47.
There is NO pre-trib, mid-trib, or pre-wrath rapture going to save anyone.
Only in righteousness will we find safety. The prayer closet.
The fall of America will occur somewhere in the vicinity of 2020 to 2024, but the tribulation will not start until around 2040 that means 20 years of hell in America.
The return of Jesus is near 2047, not date setting, just calculated guessing.
The point is there is lots of trouble coming.

However, I don’t go in for all the Yahweh and Yahshua stuff. They know their names and they go by many names.
I use them casually not by hard rule. If you want to use them on the program that is fine with me.
I do keep the feasts, but out of love not out of a hard commandment.

Do you have books or DVD’s on prophecy? Tell me more, please.

Can you provide an introduction?
What topics can you speak about. For example:

Stan Johnson has studied Bible prophecy for 30 years, has been teaching it for 20 years, and as founder of The Prophecy Club he has hosted speaking tours for over 135 guest speakers over the last 18 years. These 135 speakers have made over 235 DVD’s on Bible prophecy. He is considered to be one of the most informed speakers on Bible prophecy and future events. He is also the President and CEO of Prophetic Oil, Inc. whose goal it is to find the prophesied oil in Israel.

· He was also responsible to introduce the warning of Dumitru Duduman to thousands, and his primary mission is to continue the warning.

· He also introduced Hayseed Stephens to America, one of the men whose vision was to find oil in Israel and he also continues his vision.



Stan’s Prophecy Club DVD’s.
1. America in Prophecy
2. The Battle of Armageddon
3. Prophecies of Oil In Israel
4. More Prophecies of Oil In Israel
5. Asher’s Hidden Prophecy of Oil in Israel
6. The Secret Door to Understand All Prophecies
7. The Truth About the Rapture
8. More Truth About the Rapture
9. Revelation Verse by Verse (Triple dvd)
10. Daniel Verse by Verse (Triple dvd)
11. The Coming Police State
12. Oil and Judgment
13. Building Your Prayer Closet: Protection in the Day of Trouble
14. Mark of the Beast Almost Here
15. DNA of the Mark of the Beast
16. The Next 911
17. What Would it Take For America to Repent?
18. The Middle East War
19. Isaiah Verse by Verse (8 CD’s)
20. 122 Signs to Eternity
21. Artificial Life: Image of the Beast
22. System of the Mark of the Beast
23. Islam in Prophecy
24. Oil: The Whole Story
25. Revelation Verse by Verse 2.0
26. Daniel Verse by Verse 2.0
27. Joel Verse by Verse


God bless,

Stan


Yada wrote:
Hi Stan,

Sorry that you "don't go in for all the 'Yahowah and Yahowsha'' stuff." God knows His name. He told us His name 7000 times. Nothing is more important than knowing His name. He only has one name. He etched in stone that He does not and will not tolerate being called by any other name. I wish you used it consistently because "Jesus" isn't His name. That name was created by men in the 17th century.

I've attached my most recent book. It devotes an entire volume to explaining Yahowah's name as well as Yahowsha's.

While America is rotten to the core and will be destroyed, it isn't Babylon per se (which is from babel, meaning to corrupt), Christianity is the best fit - especially Roman Catholicism. But this whore has many harlots which include other religions and politics, economics, and militarism.

You should be very careful with anything in Revelation after chapter 17, because none of it is extant in any pre-Constantine manuscript. The textual evidence from the oldest manuscripts demonstrates that much of the Christian New Testament is unreliable. This too is proven in the attached book.

And speaking of the NT and of prophecy, according to Yahowah the Covenant has not yet been renewed, so the whole concept of a "new testament" is errant. The renewal of the Covenant will occur upon Yahowah's return, this reconciliation will be with Yisra'el and Yahuwdah, and it will be based upon writing the Towrah inside of us. The proof of this is contained in the attached book as well.

There is no reason to guess when Yahowah will return because He revealed His timeline. And yes, I've written extensively about this.

Yahowah told us that He does not hear the prayers of those who ignore His Towrah, so the "prayer closet" isn't going to save anyone unless they know who they are talking to. And the only way to know Yahowah, to engage in a relationship with Yahowah, and to be saved by Yahowah is to observe His Towrah (which means "teaching," not "Law"). It is there you will learn the purpose of the Taruw'ah harvest Christians misname the "rapture" based upon the testimony of the false prophet Paul.

If you read An Introduction to God you will know of what I speak. If you do, and if you'd like to discuss it, let me know. I'd be happy to share anything in it with you and with your audience.

Keeping the Feasts isn't what Yahowah had in mind, and there are no actual Commandments. There isn't even a Hebrew word for obey. Shamar means to observe, not to keep in the sense of obeying an order. So it is by coming to know what the seven Called-Out Meetings actually represent, by understanding their role in the Covenant and in our salvation, and by relying upon them that they are of benefit to us.

Also, once you understand what the Seven Mow'ed Miqra'ey represent, and understand their role in Yahowah's timeline, understanding prophecy becomes relatively simple. Every major event can be known, understood, and dated.

Let me know if you read the attached ITG and want to discuss it. I'll be gone next week but will return on the 21st of this month.

Yada
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Stan wrote:
What is your phone number?

God bless,

Stan


Yada wrote:
XXX-XXX-XXXX (Yada's number, I'm not giving it out, sorry guys.)


I'm guessing at this point a phone conversation occurred to which Stan sent the following.

Stan wrote:
What a nutcase, arrogant, smarter than God person who may not be saved!

God bless,

Stan


Yada wrote:
Stan,

It is both rude and senseless to call some one, to ask them questions, and then say that you don't have any interest in hearing what they have to say. And yet that is exactly what you just did. And yet after doing this you called me a "nutcase." That is a special kind of crazy. It is the very essence of religion.

Back in the time I was a Christian, Jerry Falwell was once one of my closest friends. When I began this systematic study of Yahowah's word in Hebrew from the oldest manuscripts, I shared what I had initially learned with him. And while he was much smarter and better informed than you, a much better listener and nicer person, after agreeing that everything I had told him was true, he said: "If you share what you have learned with Christians they will label you a kook." He was right in that regard. Christians always attack and demean anyone who exposes the failings of their religion by citing Yahowah's testimony.

Christianity is arrogant, in that it has replaced Yahowah's words, conditions, and teaching with their own. It is the antithesis of arrogant to come to know, understand, respect, accept, trust, and then rely upon Yahowah. Since I am not smarter than God, I have chosen to learn from Him and to rely on Him. Such cannot be said for any Christian.

Salvation is a byproduct of the Covenant - of which there are five terms and conditions. The goal isn't to be saved, but instead to come to know Yahowah and to engage in a relationship with Him. That can only be done through the Towrah.

Yada


Stan wrote:
ear Nutcase,

After you have spent thirty years carrying Bibles into Godless countries…
five months enduring countless beatings and torture..
Twice on the electric chair…
Numerous visits from angel of God… As did Dumitru Duduman,
Then, perhaps I will consider believing you.

Humble yourself and seek the face of God, and He will lift you up.

All I heard was “Me” and “I” filled with a double dose of hate for the Kingdom of God, His servants the Pastors, and a book that great men of God wrote.

Your heart is filled with you, and with hate.

No one is going to listen to you. No one.

They can’t hear what you are saying for the hate and anger in your heart.

God bless,

Stan


Yada wrote:
Stan,

I didn't ask you to believe me Stan. So why is that in this response? I don't even want you to believe me. I am irrelevant. And so how is that arrogant?

The reason that you have chosen to make this about me is that you can't accept the fact that Yahowah's Word is opposed to your religion. Based upon your tirade and irrational behavior over the phone and subsequent emails, it's apparent that you can even deal with yourself, Stan. Based upon what you have said and written you appear to be out of control and spiteful.

Yahowah asked us to come to know, understand, and trust Him. That would be my recommendation too. You can do so by observing His Towrah. That is what I told you. Listen to Yahowah. Observe Yahowah's Word.

It is therefore irrelevant whether or not someone listens to me. Moreover, if I were popular, it would prove that I was wrong - so that is not something I seek. My message is simple: Observe and listen to Yahowah by reciting His Towrah (shamar ha towrah wa shama' ha towrah). That is sufficient.

As for those who claim to speak for Yahowah, according to Yahowah they don't represent Him. Read Howsha' or Yirmayahuw for proof. In fact, Yahowah says that He hates those who are considered "great men of God." Yes, it is Yahowah who hates religious leaders. And He has a very good reason - they lead His people astray. I have come to hate that which Yahowah hates for the same reason He hates them. It is the most loving and rational thing to do.

I have communicated what Yahowah said, but because you don't know what Yahowah taught, you rejected His message. As such, you have sought to demean Yahowah's message as if it were mine. But that is your choice. You seem to prefer your New Testament to the Covenant and Towrah of Yah.

According to the Towrah, the lone prerequisite for participating in the one and only Covenant is to walk away from babel, and that is first and foremost religious corruption. I doubt that you will ever take this step, but I hope that you do. I hope that you come to know Yahowah as He revealed Himself in His Towrah. I hope that you engage in the Covenant as it is presented in the Towrah. I hope that you walk to Yahowah and become perfect as He has shown the way in His Towrah. For then, you will be saved - but only after you have come to know Yahowah and have engaged in a relationship with Him in accordance with His Covenant instructions. Knowing first, relationship second, salvation third. That is the message of the Towrah.

I have shared many of Yahowah's teachings with you and how they differ from your religion. All of this is proven by Yahowah, Himself, and thus is the basis of the Introduction to God that I attached to a previous letter. Since you believe that your argument is with me rather than with Yahowah, prove that my translations are errant or that my understanding is flawed. Name calling and ad hominem slurs aren't smart or prudent. If you believe that you and your fellow Christians are right, prove that I have misquoted or even misinterpreted Yahowah.

How is it that carrying errant bible translations filled with Pauline Doctrine and being tortured trumps Yahowah's Towrah - especially in Hebrew? How would you know the difference between a mal'ak serving as part of Yahowah's shaba' and one serving ha Satan? They look the same. Paul was initially confused this way, but later in his second letter to the Corinthians admitted to being demon possessed. I am not saying that this is what happened to you, but those who have claimed to be great men of God such as Paul and Muhammad were fooled by such "angelic visits."

The only way to know if a mal'ak - messenger is from Yahowah or is representing ha Satan, is to know and respect the Towrah. It provides the answer to every relevant question. It is the antidote for religion. And that is what Yahowsha' revealed as well. Read His Sermon on the Mount.

In Yahowah's Name,

Yada
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This is the same DW as above

DW wrote:
Yada

I have long ago walked-away from the 'church' and it's controlling (and hypocritical) nature. I rediscovered my Shawnee heritage many years ago, as well as the spirituality that came along with such rediscovery. I fully immersed myself in the customs and traditions of my father's ancestors. And I discovered what was right before my eyes my whole life - the simplicity that is God (Niji Manito = Great Spirit)
It became easy to understand that God was in everything and was everywhere; we didn't need an "intercessor" to talk to God; all we needed to do was to open our hearts to His presence. Ceremony was mere 'eye candy' - for what father would deny the voice of his child? And, are we all not God's children, created in His image?? This seems to be the 'conundrum' that plagues the worlds religions. The reasons are both obvious and incriminating.

There is no doubt that I will enjoy reading ITG!! While I am no editor, and I find it hard to be critical of the work of others, I will definitely share my thoughts on the subject matter. I am intrigued! However, I still find it hard to pull away from POD...lol. That just fascinates the hell out of me....well....it's your writing style...you can be quite hilarious when you state the obvious. LOL No offense, just saying.

DW


Yada wrote:
I'm Sioux by race, but not by religion. Since God is not in everything or everywhere, you will now have to walk away from a second religious tradition to walk with Yahowah. But if you did it once, you can do it again. We are not all God's children, either. He doesn't even know most of those who have come and gone. We were, however, created in His image. So that is a start.

Feel free to finish POD first. I wrote it first. You may even want to read www.QuestioningPaul.com. The ITG is a challenging read. It will take some time. And it is uncompromising, so it will take an open and receptive mind.

And yes, I love criticism. Please, if you find an error let me know. Even if you think that I've failed to properly understand or convey something important, let me know where I've done so. I'm constantly editing my books to correct them based upon what I've learned.

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