Sunday, 12 June 2011

Evidence Richard Dawkins called Hamza Andreas Tzortzis a "F*ckwit"

From Thursday 2nd of June till Monday 6th of June an iERA dawah team headed by Hamza Andreas Tzortzis and Adnan Rashid were  in Ireland for a special dawah mission. During there time there, however, they came across Dawkins and PZ Myers and had a some healthy discussions about the origins of the universe and God. However, as we most of us know, Dawkins and PZ Myers are foul-mouthed individuals though they profess to be human activists and seekers of truth. 

Below is evidence that Richard Dawkins called Hamza Andreas Tzortzis a 'F*ckwit'. Isn't he the guy that calls religious people dogmatic and in need of psychological help? Isn't he the same guy that claims Muslims have a hatred for Jews and non-Muslims? 



sam shamoun suporter said...

Interestingly, the Bible gives some answers to this.

Psalm 14:1 says, “The fool has said in his heart, There is no God.”

Atheists may be brilliant scholars or academics. They may be wonderful inventors, surgeons, or scientists. But if they say there is no God they are declaring themselves fools in spiritual matters. This is why atheism is sometimes called the fool's philosophy.

sam shamoun suporter said...

Christian author Ray Comfort (pictured below) may have a point when he says atheists know there is a God.

In his book You Can Lead an Atheist to Evidence but You Can't Make Him Think (WND Books, 2009), Comfort says, “We don't have to prove that God exists to the professing atheist. This is because he intuitively knows that He exists. Every person has a God-given conscience. The Bible tells us that this is the 'work of the law written on their hearts'.”

Just as every sane human being knows that it's wrong to lie, steal, kill, and commit adultery, Comfort says, they also know that God should be first in their life.

Comfort's reasoning is this: People don't fight against something that doesn't exist, or something they don't believe exists.

That's why you don't see groups rising up to fight against belief in werewolves. You don't see professors in universities ridiculing the existence of Santa Claus. You don't see organizations mobilizing troops to denounce bunyips, centaurs, or leprechauns.

Anonymous said...

There you go sam supporter.. MAybe there is hope for you yet.

Anonymous said...

I came across this on a website but I've since read the Dublin magazine and it's printed exactly as the quote.

Dubliner magazine the edition of 14 July 2011 on page 20 the person being interviewed was the leader of the atheists who organised the conference.
It says,

“We [atheists] are open to evidence and what there is to reality in reality. At our world conference in Dublin we even invited an Islamic research group to attend our weekend gathering. They were outside the main hall with a stall selling their message and debating with us. We made them very welcome.”

Is this true? Did they offer an invitation or are they trying to make themselves look good by telling untruths? Can anyone confirm this story.