Murder and suicide are forbidden in Quran 4:29:31. So why does Osama bin Ladin advocate it?
Doesn't he know that those who commit such "gross sins " are fated to spend an eternity in Hell.
Osama bin Ladin has violated this divine commandment, on more than 300 occasions, and he will have to suffer the eternal consequences for his actions in this regard. There is no help or escape for him really.
The people we are concerned about now are those who follow him, or were pressed into service for him and al-Qaida.
Al-Qaida has a total following of about 10,000 active and supporting members according to one confidential report I saw.
I guess my first question is why?
Like I said Osama bin Ladin is going to "Hell "the Quran says so, and by extension so are all those who follow him.
The Quran warns all of us, in no uncertain terms:
"O you who believe ("Muslims") do not consume each other properties illicitly - only mutually acceptable transactions are permitted. You shall not kill yourselves. God is Merciful. Anyone who commits these transactions, maliciously and deliberately, we will condemn him to hell. This is easy for God to accomplish. If you refrain from committing these gross sins that are prohibited for you, we will remit your sins and admit you an honorable admittance." 4:29-31
What could be more clearer than that? Unless you really don't believe the Quran? So which is it?
On 9-11-2001 Osama bin Ladin killed over 3000 innocent people in New York and Washington DC, including many Americans Muslims by the way.
I would say that qualifies as "deliberate".
Their blood is on his hands, since he ordered the hit!
What about yours?
MY MESSAGE TO TERRORISTS EVERYWHERE!
Before you permanently stain them with the blood of innocent people, you should ask the question "why do I want to kill people for?" Is this reasonable that I should want to do that - is it rational?
If your a sane human being you don't want to do that, more importantly Allah doesn't want you to go out and murder and kill innocent people.
Violence, as you know never solves anything but in the end only creates more problems. Just look around you?
Are you part of the problem, or are you part of the solution?
Were exactly does your allegiance belong?
To some crazy Wahhabi's telling you to go murder people - or God, and the Quran telling you clearly not to do that? And what is it you hope to accomplish by committing murder people again?
I just don't understand it.
Maybe you don't either?
Perhaps you funded al-Qaida in the past and now regret that decision, as indeed you should! For you did not escape the notice of Allah, who watches you always.
What side are you on exactly?