Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Question for Nabeel Qureshi concerning David Wood

This comment (containing a question for Nabeel Qureshi) was posted on David Wood's most recent post. Just in case he does not approve it...here it is:

Hey Nabeel do you support this insensitive post (by David Wood) which is tantamount to bullying

What has this lady done to get the "David Wood treatment". Come on people...be FAIR!

I would imagine this lady has enough on her plate and hardly needs David Wood rubbing salt in the wounds

You guys are evangelising Christianity with postings such as these...???

Do us all a favour David

And how about Nabeel thinking long and hard about his partner's behaviour...Nabeel do you honestly support David's behaviour?

I ask the same question to Minoria, Hugh and any other individual who has the capacity to be fair.

Don't let your theological scuffles boil over to utter hatred!

Now this is certainly sad. :(

I pray God helps this lady and protects her from those with malice inside them. Amen


Nabeel PLEASE answer this question. Thanks
In my view this is utter hatred and singling out...does this lady deserve this? Are we a pack of wolves who will hound a lady simply because she happens to be a Muslim?
I abhor David's post which can be found here:
http://www.answeringmuslims.com/2010/04/legal-jihad-exposed-woman-suing-judge.html

Essentially David puts this post out there irresponsibly without a consideration for the lady's feelings. Why even put the post up...what use does it serve? Really???
Sad, irresponsible and UNCHRISTIAN!

I doubt David would have made such a posting if it was concerning a nun...
What is that saying...treat others as...

Nabeel...over to you...be honest and fair

7 comments:

Ali said...

What annoys me though is she had a boyfriend. We Muslims don'y do that stuff.

Yahya Snow said...

Sure Ali...having a bf is unislamic BUT it should not detract from the bullying she is receiving from David Wood OR from her right to wear the hijab

We all make mistakes and it was a former bf

However...can you imagine Wood dishing out the same post if the story was related to a nun?

minoria said...

Hello Yahya:
Are you sure it was a former boyfriend?I mean she said she had SIX cellphones with nude photos,all stolen.And she said he had previously posted other pictures of her online.Yet she had not yet eliminated them.It looks somewhat suspicious.
I think because she could be faking it,or maybe not,the public should know it's not so simple.

CAIR
It's an organization that supports terrorists,I don't trust CAIR,and it is taking up her case.Why not a regular lawyer,why choose terrorist sympathizers?

Yahya Snow said...

Hi minoria

Well the text says ex bf

In any case who are we to judge and persecute her.

Nobody likes have their private pics stolen and then put online

If she was comfortable wearing the hijab and was attached to it then she quite naturally would be upset if she was ordered to take it off...it impacts on her self-being.
So whatever the status was concerning a bf is immaterial to the case.

She may be better than all of us put together

minoria said...

I agree the judge was wrong on ordering her to take off the hijab since she wasn't working there.In France they passed a law prohibiting the veil for government jobs.Not the case here.

She will probably WIN the case but the jury will make the judge(when it knows the story of the nude photos)make her pay $1.
It has happened before.

Yahya Snow said...

@minoria

I'M NOT TOO AUX FAIT WITH AMERICAN LEGAL CASES. YOU SEEM TO BE MORE FAMILIAR WITH IT THAN ME BUT LETS WAIT AND SEE.

IN THE MEAN TIME I HOPE WOOD AND OTHERS DO NOT PICK ON THIS LADY AND PREJUDICE THE CASE.

THANKS
GOD BLESS YOU

mustafa_simple said...

"If you lust in ur heart you have committed adultery, according to Jesus's own Words. Those who put faith in Jesus as Saviour are empowered by Him to overcome the lusts of the world, Praise God"

In that case you must be assuming that all men should be castrated, or tormented in some way another to deter them from their most natural sensual feelings of lust and temptations. Otherwise I feel most men will fail if they simply relied on "empowerment" alone.

This is the problem I see with Christians, they presume the fault lies solely with the man, and not of mutual understanding.

Both men and women are to adorn and behave modestly, and also the conditions regarding their garments are in accordance with their nature.

Men are visually stimulated, and are particularly attracted to the physical aspect. Women do not have this attraction, or not of the same degree as men.

Also men are stronger and are the providers so in such an environment garments of that sought would not be practical at all.

Even in the most liberal of societies most normal men do not adorn skin tight clothing, skirts, or tight jeans...this sort of attire and dress code is bound to be provocative, and ANY normal man will be tempted to look with some level of lust. Unfortunately many women are naive to think men wont stare or feel tempted to have a glance, female KNOW full well that men will be staring at them.

The best way is to have a mutual understanding by keeping the gaze low and dressing modestly. Men grow the beard, don't wear skin tight clothing, or flashy colours, and women are not to wear tight provocative clothing and protect their beauty.