Sup /b/, some of us anons decided in another thread to raid /r/islam on reddit.
We need your help to upvote this image so that it gets on the frontpage for that subreddit.
/r/islam/comments/1w12vf/how_you_do_that_muhumed/ (put that after the reddit url)
Thanks for your help
you have to subscibe.
this may have been deleted already, but other anons are posting more. just check the 'new' tab and you'll find 'em there.
So yeah, subscribe so you can ubvote
I am not registering to that piece of shit site just to upvote one fucken post. I am slavic, we don't just throw our energy around like this. Gimme reason.
ok I upvoted. Waiting for the lulz as promised
Before comments: I'm Atheist.
Kinda funny how you are so desperate for likes and meanwhile people only get curious about the Islam because of people bashing it so often. Which leads to a lot of converts. At least that's what I've seen here in the Netherlands. Showed my girlfriend this picture (she's muslim) and she lol'd and said that you must have no life spending your time drawing things like that.
muslimfag more likely. Even moralfags hate sharia
why do you tiny faggots have to declare 4chan everywhere. It loses intensity, it would be infinitely funnier if nobody knew this comes from 4chan. Sigh ... summerfags and kidz fucken everywhere
great job keep it going
hahaha. I can smell your shitskin from over here.
So how has reducing the Netherlands to the likes of the shithole from whence you came been going? I hear Islam works wonders for reversing civilisation into a sand nigger jungle.
A muslim family never lets their daughter get banged off guys from different religions or atheists. ESPECIALLY not white people. They are racist and fuck knows why, probably jealousy because we are so clean and perfect whereas they are so disgusting, hairy as fuck(even the women are very hairy) and they STINK very badly.
mudslime here. Im not gonna whiteknight this shit cause im not a flaming fag, but you guys should get over your inferiority complex from the islamic masterrace
Btw OP is a fag and you should stay on reddit while youre there
>inb4 muhammad is a rapist and pedophile
by the prophet's beard, all apostates are enemies of islam!
someone already white Knighted it I don't see the point in continuing
How does it feel to have a religion that is as on par with Mormons or Scientology. Christians are pretty fucked too, but at least their religion is more believable than Santa Claus.
You could have a been a bit more subtle with the name so it doesn't get banned straight away faggot.
A complete description of the Prophet Muhammad's (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) physical appearance and character, as written in the RIS booklet guide:
Al-Hasan, son of Ali, said, "I asked my Uncle, Hind, son of Abu Hala about the hilye [description] of the Prophet of God (saw). Hind was known to be a prolific describer of the Prophet (saw), and I wished him to relate some of it for me so I might hold fast to it." So Hind said, "The Prophet of God (saw), was of mighty significance to God and profoundly honoured among the people. His face radiated light like the moon on its fullest night. He was a bit taller than the medium stature and a bit shorter than the tall and skinny. His head was large. His hair was wavy. If his hair parted, he would leave it parted; if not, he would leave it, and it would not be long enough to pass his earlobes. His complexion was fair. He had a wide forehead and arched, thick eyebrows with a space between them. There was a vein between them that would swell and pulse when he was angry. He nose was aquiline; it had a brightness about the upper part that led those who were less observant to think him haughty. He had a thick beard. His eyes were very black and the whites very white. His cheeks were not prominent. He had a wide mouth. His teeth were white, and there was a space between his front teeth.
"There was a fine line of hair on his chest, and it was as if it were an ivory statue with the purity of silver. His figure was well proportioned, full-bodied, and strong. There was no slackness in his musculature; his chest didn't protrude over his belly, not did the reverse occur. His chest was broad and his shoulders wide and muscular. He had large limbs. The parts of his body that could be seen while he was clothed were luminous. His body from the neck to the navel was joined by hair which flowed down like a line. There was no hair on his nipples. His forearms, shoulders, and upper chest were hairy. The bones of his forearms were long. His palms were wide and generous. His hands and feet were thick. His limbs were long. He had long sinews. His insteps were high. His feet were smooth without protuberances, and water would run off of them. When he would move off, he would move with determination. He would step surely and unhurriedly and not proudly. He walked gently and with dignity, and he would take wide steps when he wanted to walk quickly. When he walked, it was as if he were descending from a slope, and when he would look at someone, he would turn to him fully. He would lower his gaze and look down more often than up. He didn't stare. He would lead his companions by walking behind them out of modesty and would always be the first to greet them."
At this point, al-Hasan said to Hind, "Describe to me the way he spoke." Hind said, "The Prophet of God (saw) was continually full of concern. He was constantly deep in thought. He had no rest and would not speak without a reason. He would be silent for long periods of time. He would begin conversations and end them clearly and distinctly and would speak in a way that combined many meanings in few words. He spoke with excellence, and there was no excess in it or unnatural brevity. He was gentle by nature and not coarse, and he was not contemptuous of anyone. He would extol the favors he received even when they were few and small. He never found fault with them. He never criticized the food or drink that was prepared for him, nor did he overly praise it. No one would stand against his anger when matters of the Lord's truth were opposed until he had triumphed, but he would never get angry for his own sake, nor would he ever seek to win such an argument. He would gesture with his whole palm, to point. When astonished, he would turn the face of his palm upwards. He used his hands frequently as he spoke and would strike his left palm with his right thumb. When he would get angry, he would turn away and avert his gaze, and when he was full of joy, he would lower his eyes. Most of his laughing was as smiling; when he did laugh, it was not loud, and he would show his teeth a bit like they were hailstones."
>implying Islam is not Christianity 2.0
Our religion is the updated software version of the Big3. So to say that our religion is worse than christiannity is pretty dumb.
But I understand you, the image projected by the media of Islam is pretty fuxked.
Also, not muslims are good. The people you see in the media are the "niggers" of islam.
Al-Hasan said, "I kept this report to myself, away from [my brother] al-Husayn for a while; then I told it to him, but he had already heard it and found out even more. He had asked our father [Ali] about the way the Prophet of God (saw), was when he was at home, was when he went out in his assemblies, and was concerning his living." Al-Hasan left nothing of this out. Al-Husayn said, "I asked my father [Ali], may God be pleased with him, about how the Prophet of God (saw), was at home." He [Ali] said, "He always asked permission to enter his home, from God and from those within. When at home, he would divide his time into three parts: one part for God, one for his family, and one for himself. Then, he would divide his own portion between himself and the people. His elite companions would mostly share this time with him, and they would convey his words to the common people. He would hold nothing back from them, neither knowledge nor worldly things. It was his way to prefer the people to excellence according to their merit in religious matters. Among the people, there were those with a need, those with two needs, and those with many needs. He would work with them, and he would occupy them and the community in general with that which would improve their situations. This he would do by asking about them and their needs and by informing them what they ought to do. He would say, 'Let the one who is present among you inform the one who is absent, and bring to me the need of he who is unable to tell me himself. Truly, on the Day of Judgement, God will make firm the feet of one who informs someone in authority of the need of someone who is unable to convey his need himself.' This was the kind of topic mentioned in his presence, and he didn't accept anything else from anyone [that is, he didn't like meaningless conversation and liked to talk about how to help people]."
Ali then said, according to the hadith of Sufyan ibn Waki, "They will come as scouts [seeking decisions or knowledge], and they will not go on their way until they find what they are seeking, and then they will leave as guides and learned people." I said [Husayn to his father Ali], "Tell me about his going out and how he would act outside." Ali said, "The Prophet of God (saw), would hold his tongue except in matters which concerned his companions. He would encourage affection and concord between them and would say nothing to alienate one from another. He honored the nobles of every people who would come to him and make them leaders. He would be wary around some people and on his guard against them [especially nomads], but he would never withhold from anyone his open-faced friendliness and fine personality. He would ask his companions about their situations, and he would ask people about what was going on amongst them. He would approve of that which was good and advocate it, and he would denounce that which was base and discourage it.
"Everything he did was in moderation, without excess or contrariness. He was not unmindful out of fear that they [his companions] will become unmindful or weary. He was prepared for every situation in this world and the next. He didn't fail to fulfill what was right and didn't pass it [the job] on to those near him. The most meritorious and excellent people to him were those whose advice was most universal; the most significant of them to him were those most beneficial to others and the most helpful in helping others bear their burdens."
I got tired of linking posts.
This is the fuckin cancer. This right here.
This is the funny shit we use to do. Now all we have is chicks with dicks, pony time, people posting their area codes, as if theres many bitches here.
fuck you people.
Then al-Husayn said, "Then I asked him [Ali] about his gatherings and about what he did in them." Ali responded, "The Prophet of God (saw), did not sit down or stand up without mentioning God, nor did he reserve for himself fixed places among the people to be seated, and he forbade others also to reserve places for themselves [especially in mosques and public gatherings]. When he would go to visit a group, he would sit in the nearest available spot, and he ordered that others follow this practice. He would give those seated near him his full share of attention in such a way that no one would think others had been given precedence over him. Whenever someone with whom he was sitting would tell him of his needs, he would bear with that person until that person left him. When someone would ask him to solve a problem, he would not turn him away without solving it for him, if possible, or saying a comforting word or a prayer for its fulfillment. His cheerfulness and open personality were felt by all the people, and he became like a father to them. They came to have the right of mercy and compassion from him, as they were close, like the relation of parent and child, distinguished only by virtue and devotion to God. And [in another narrative] they became equals regarding their rights in his eyes. "Assembles with him were gatherings of gentleness, dignified conduct, modesty, patience, and trust. No voice would be raised, nor would women be spoken of in a depraved way, nor would peoples' errors be mentioned. They inclined to each other in affection out of devotion to God as humble people. In these gatherings, the old were honoured, and the young were treated with gentleness. They would come to the aid of the needy and would have compassion for the stranger."
"And then I asked him [Ali] about how he conducted himself among his close associates and servants." He [Ali] said, "The Prophet of God (saw), was unfailingly cheerful, easygoing by nature, and mild mannered. He was neither crude nor obstinate. He was not one to find faults in others, nor did he overly praise people. He feigned indifference to rude behaviour, and none of the rude ones were made to despair of his kindness. He allowed his soul no portion of three things: hypocrisy, acquisitiveness, and that which did not concern him. He did not allow himself to engage in three things regarding people: he would not criticize others; he would not revile anyone; and he would not seek out others' faults. He would speak of nothing unless he hoped a reward from God for it. When he would talk, the ones sitting with him would be so still and quiet, you would imagine birds were sitting on their heads. When he was silent, they would talk but not quarrel in his presence. When one of them would talk, they would all listen attentively until he had finished. They would speak about a subject that was brought up by the first until they had finished with it. He would laugh at what they laughed at, and he would be amazed by what amazed them. He was patient with the stranger who had roughness in his speech. He would say, 'Whenever you see someone seeking to solve a problem, help him out.' He did not seek praise but expected to be spoken of appropriately. He wouldn't interrupt another's speech unless it got excessive or too long; then he would end it or get up to leave."
From Ash-Shifa, the great work in the Prophet by al-Qadi Iyad (d. 1149). This English translation is taken from the Zaytuna Institute Seasons journal, the autumn - winter 2003-4 issue under the title "The Hilye of the Prophet Muhammad" By Mohamed Zakariya.
I wish they would just get on with it and wipe the palestinians out already.
Thats gonna happen eventually. Lets all just face reality.
Im fucking sick of hearing about this shit year after year. Its like Madeline Mccann or something.
Its a shitty bit of desert. Nobody should care that much about it.
You are such a newfag, why the fuck would you, maybe you should go back to reddit instead of jumping on the 4chan bandwagon as soon as we do a raid. your probably not even 13
>So what Shari law = christian law. Same thing just different names. Most of America follows christian law.
Christian law used to resemble Islamic law except in Christfaggotry its always been acceptable for a woman to show her face in public and have a real identity like a man.
But over time Christians have modernised their laws where as muslims are still trapped in the Bronze ages in therms of their behavior.
Christians now drink alcohol (essential in areas where the water supply is not good)
They eat pork and shellfish, because modern food hygiene has eliminated those issues.
Most of them now believe in the big bang unlike many muslims.
There was even a thread the other day where we arrested some kid for threatening to shoot up his school or something. Some faggot decided to link the thread all over his Facebook to make us look "Kool", and to too it off, didn't even explain what it was. Afterwards he comes back telling me something like "We did this because we're /b/. So i posted it for all the /b/ros to enjoy", or some faggotry like that.