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Nerdo
06-02-2019, 10:35 AM
What would you do, if you met Isaa ?
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Ümit
06-02-2019, 11:12 AM
that would mean the day of judgement is almost there...i would pray that İ could clearly recognize dajjal so that İ know who my clear enemy is.
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Ahmed.
06-02-2019, 05:29 PM
No Muslim can fail to recognise dajjal. He would have one eye (blind in the other) and would have Kaafir written on his forehead and would claim to be God

Some fools of course will lose their iman by accepting him as god :Emoji29:
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HisServant
06-02-2019, 08:50 PM
Originally Posted by Nerdo
What would you do, if you met Isaa ?
Which Isaa? That guy who works in the bank? Or do you mean my cousin Isaa :p

Meeting Prophet Isa (a.s) would be amazing I would feel safe in my faith.
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Scimitar
06-02-2019, 09:14 PM
Originally Posted by Nerdo
What would you do, if you met Isaa ?
you got too much time on your hands
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Nerdo
06-03-2019, 01:05 PM
Originally Posted by HisServant
Which Isaa? That guy who works in the bank? Or do you mean my cousin Isaa :p
He is busy somewhere and I do not know your cousin.

Meeting Prophet Isa (a.s) would be amazing I would feel safe in my faith.
Do all Islam fractions accept Isaa as prophet ?
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Ümit
06-03-2019, 05:04 PM
Originally Posted by Nerdo
He is busy somewhere and I do not know your cousin.



Do all Islam fractions accept Isaa as prophet ?
yes...a person who does not accept İsa as is NOT a Muslim
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Abz2000
06-03-2019, 05:44 PM
What would i do if i met Abz, if it's in the morning i normally wash my face, get out the toothbrush, put some toothpaste on it, and stare at him as i brush my teeth, then i show him my teeth, do wudhu, and get ready for fajr prayer ..... i must admit though, i rarely meet him face to face considering the solar day's divided into 24 hours for practical purposes and it includes night ..... same with 'eesa.




Edit:

Scimi met him once, and they went and ate kebabs at the grill shop.

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HisServant
06-03-2019, 11:22 PM
Originally Posted by Nerdo
He is busy somewhere and I do not know your cousin.



Do all Islam fractions accept Isaa as prophet ?
When we address/mention the prophets, it should be out of respect. As in the case of one inferior in status (student) wouldn't address a Professor "Yo Charles, what's going on?" (actually, these days who knows!) ....

Generally Prophets, righteous and scholars are held in high esteem. Prophet Isa (a.s): A.S is shorten to imply alayhi s-salaam/peace be upon him.

All Muslims ought to believe in Prophet Isa (a.s) as he is mentioned numerously and respectably in the Quran. His miraculous birth, life's miracles, being taken up to the heavens (ascension) and being returned at an appointed time.

Jesus in the Quran
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