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Muslim (Islam) and Mormonism (LDS) are very similar

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Is it just me or does any one else Recognize the similarities between Muslim and Mormonism?

The concept of Heaven for both Islam and Mormonism (Latter Day Saints) are basically the same. Both believe heaven to be some type of brothel where droves of women are there for their various whims. To both of them the rewards of heaven are sexual and physical; not Godly and not Spiritual.

Jesus Taught:

Matthew 22:29,30 Jesus answered and said unto them, "Ye do err, not knowing the Scriptures, nor the power of God. For in the resurrection they (people) neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven.

Both Islam and Mormonism each came basically from one man each. Islam - Mohammed and Mormonism (LDS) - Joseph Smith.

Both are a product of the preferences and imagination of a single person. While the events that brought Christianity into existence; the virgin incarnation, miracles, the death (cross) and resurrection of Jesus, all have been explicitly foretold by the many Jewish Hebrew Holy Prophets who's prophecies were written down in advance, publicly distributed and the actual events themselves have occurred ushering in the Christian era.

Both came long after Jesus walked the earth. Muslim 700's A.D. - Mormonism 1800's A.D.

Both now claim to be the true representation of Jesus' teaching although neither acknowledges that Jesus is God in the flesh as He claimed.

John 4:19-26 The (Arab) woman saith unto Him (Jesus), Sir, I perceive that thou art a prophet. Our fathers worshipped in this mountain; and ye say, that in Jerusalem is the place where men ought to worship. Jesus saith unto her, Woman, believe me, the hour cometh, when ye shall neither in this mountain, nor yet at Jerusalem, worship the Father. Ye worship ye know not what: we know what we worship: for salvation is of the Jews. But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in Spirit and in Truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship Him. God is a Spirit: and they that worship Him must worship Him in Spirit and in Truth. The woman saith unto Him, I know that Messias (Messiah) cometh, which is called Christ: when He is come, He will tell us all things. Jesus saith unto her, I that speak unto thee am He.

Both originated outside of Israel by anti-Jewish men. Islam in Saudi Arabia, Mormonism in New York, USA.

Both are Strict Legalistic systems.

Both are Strict Political systems.

Both believe and follow Revenge, Lying and Killing as a way to further their cause.

Both deny that women posses the ability of eternal salvation. Muslims - that women do not live eternally like men do and therefore treat women accordingly here on earth. The Muslim "Virgins" of heaven are spirit beings and not earthly women. Mormons - that women can only receive their highest salvation by being married and submitted to a Mormon man. The marriage must take place in a Mormon Temple where the women is given a secret password that her husband if pleased by her will use to grant her entrance into his paradise.

Yet the Bible says that God created both the man and the woman equally, that men and women are of the same flesh and of the same spirit. The original woman Eve came from the man but now all descendants whether male or female come from a woman therefore creating equality in life giving among the genders. If women do not posses eternal salvation (a relationship with God) on their own then neither do men.

Genesis 1:27 So God created man in His own image, in the image of God created He him; male and female created He them.

Genesis 2:23 And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she {Eve} shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man.

1 Corinthians 11:12 For as the woman {Eve} is of the man, even so is the man also by {Childbirth} {from} the woman; but all things of God.

Both deny the Deity of Jesus. Muslims - believe that Jesus is only a Prophet, and Mormons - believe that Jesus is only a man just like Adam and every other man. Neither acknowledge Jesus as the Manifestation of God that Jesus claimed to be.

The writings of both are plagued with Errors and inconsistencies.

"There is no other religion on earth that has lower moral expectations of itself, yet higher expectations of others than Islam."

Here is a Quote from Joseph Smith declaring Mormonism and not Christianity to be his greatest ideal and defining Mormonism as a "worldly" religion.

"We should gather all the good and true principles in the world and treasure them up, or we shall not come out true Mormons."
(Joseph Smith, TPJS, p. 316)

The Bible teaches:

Philippians 3:18-20 For many walk, of whom I (Apostle Paul) have told you often, and now tell you even weeping, that they are the enemies of the cross of Christ: Whose end is destruction, whose God is their belly, and whose glory is in their shame, who mind earthly things. For our conversation is in heaven; from whence also we look for the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ:

And much, much, more ...

Islam and Mormonism have Nothing to do with Christianity and much to do with each other.

God Bless You,
David Anson Brown

Here is an additional resource further documenting the surprising similarities between the founder of Mormonism, Joseph Smith and the founder of Islam, Mohammed. In fact the author's conclusions are that the American Joseph Smith totally plagiarized the Muslim Koran for his own Mormon invention, creating an "American" version of the Koran - Islam, religion.


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A devastating defeat for Iran's green [traditional Islam] revolution - After an election campaign of unprecedented hope the result shattered those who longed for reform - Mousavi's slick, youth-driven "green" campaign - the colour is for Islam and hope - galvanised demands for a stabler economy, more liberty at home and easier relations abroad {The highly opposed Islam of Ahmadinejad is not traditional Islam but a NWO - New Age Islam that is the concoction of modern think tanks, liberal Universities and media talk shows. No one [not even traditional Islam] is in any way ever under any obligation to bow down to the newly minted NWO - New Age Islam. This new, more violent and more oppressive Islam is derived from the imaginations of social engineering and is a figment of the Bush family and their CIA propaganda. Islam in either the traditional or the modern New Age form will not get anyone into heaven. Everyone knows by reason that there are not dozens of disembodied virgins awaiting in the afterlife for those who commit crime here on earth it's just a simple fact that sex is physical and the afterlife is spiritual the two are mutually exclusive.}
June 14, 2009: The disillusionment on the streets of Tehran yesterday was extreme. Several hundred demonstrators, many wearing the green colours of Mousavi's campaign, chanted "The government lied to the people," gathering near the Interior Ministry as the final controversial count was announced. Elsewhere in Tehran, up to 300 young people blocked the avenue by forming a human chain and chanted "Ahmadi, shame on you. Leave the government alone." One news agency reported that a senior policeman told demonstrators: "The time of dancing and shouting is over." "It's such a cheek, it's impossible for it to stand," argued a woman photographer from a north Tehran suburb. "If they don't fix it, it will erode any legitimacy that is left for the Islamic Republic. " The drama came at the end of an extraordinary week that seemed to promise a new politics for Iran and an end to the mass apathy that allowed the populist Ahmadinejad to take power in 2005. The previous record turnout was in 1997, when reformist cleric Mohammad Khatami - who is now backing Mousavi - was elected and ushered in a period of optimism and change. -- Mousavi's slick, youth-driven "green" campaign - the colour is for Islam and hope - galvanised demands for a stabler economy, more liberty at home and easier relations abroad. Night after night tens of thousands of his supporters rallied in a party atmosphere without a single policeman or militiaman in sight as a river of green clothes, armbands and banners - as well as cars and bikes - swept up Valiasr Avenue, Tehran's main north-south thoroughfare. Some young women even cast off their hijab headscarves and danced with men - unthinkable public behaviour in normal times. It was inspiring to see this show of peaceful, if raucous, people power, driven by youthful high spirits. But there was also a warning that the authorities seem to have ignored. "If there's cheating," went one popular slogan, "there'll be rioting." The menacing black-clad police deployed on Valiasr last night showed that it was being taken seriously. -- Hopes were high that Mousavi, with his high-profile wife, Zahra Rahnavard, alongside him, would be a president who would emulate Khatami and ease social restrictions, especially for women, as well as improve Iran's international standing. "I think there will be more freedom," said a smiling Soraya Sohrabinejad, 21, draped in a fetching green tunic and the flimsiest of hijabs at the challenger's final campaign rally. But excitement and wishful thinking may have combined with an underestimation of the scale of possible electoral fraud, though there were warning signs there, too: a senior ayatollah was rumoured to have issued a fatwa sanctioning moves to ensure victory for Ahmadinejad, and Mousavi supporters were advised to vote in schools rather than mosques or Basij militia offices [to separate their vote out so it wouldn't count]. [article link]

Pope's Regensburg Address Wins 'Speech of the Year' - the Pope quoted a 14th century Byzantine emperor as saying Islam had only brought evil to the world and that it was spread by the sword, a method that was unreasonable and contrary to God's nature
Pope Benedict's controversial Regensburg speech, which angered the Muslim world for appearing to link Islam and violence, won a "Speech of the Year" award from a university in his native Germany on Monday. ... In his speech, the Pope quoted a 14th century Byzantine emperor as saying Islam had only brought evil to the world and that it was spread by the sword, a method that was unreasonable and contrary to God's nature. ... The Tuebingen jury said the fact that the obscure Byzantine quote the Pope chose to illustrate his argument about faith and reason could attract such international attention "proves it is still relevant over 500 years later." [article link]

Christianity and Islam, (DVD)
Christianity and Islam, "Jihad," "fatwa," "Ramadan" . . . these terms are all a part of the language of Islam, but what do they mean? What do Muslims believe about Jesus? Are "Allah" and "Yahweh" one and the same? In this balanced, informative, and non-compromising presentation, Dr. Timothy George answers Christians' common questions about Islamic faith and practice. The series avoids the angry condemnation of all Muslims on the one hand, or a compromising of Christian truth-claims on the other. Four 25-minute programs: The Tenets of Islam, The Trinity, The Bible and the Incarnation, and The Cross and Salvation. Includes a 32-page study guide. 100 minutes. [article link]

A Terrorist Who Turned To Love - a former PLO terrorist who has become an ardent Zionist and evangelical Christian
FrontPageMagazine's Interview guest today is Walid Shoebat, a former PLO terrorist who has become an ardent Zionist and evangelical Christian. [article link]

Islam Was My Nightmare By Jutta 2005/04/26 (Testimony)
I was born to a very pious Catholic family in Berlin . Nothing presaged that I would become a Muslim one day. On the contrary, everyone expected me to be a faithful Catholic throughout my life and pass down my faith to my children. However, I had a very rebellious character and, like many adolescents, abominated everything my parents liked. I set a goal for myself to find a liberating religion different from that of my parents. I was convinced that nothing could be worse than Christianity with its oppressive teachings on women. The religious atmosphere in my family was getting on my nerves. I was having heated arguments with my parents all the time because of my disagreement with some Christian teachings. They pressed me to be a better Christian; I rebelled and did the opposite. Soon after my graduation from university, I met a young Muslim man of Turkish origin. We fell in love and soon got married. He was not a religious fanatic - he was absolutely secular, although he did observe some Islamic obligations (he fasted and prayed). He didn't ask me to convert to his religion but he made it clear that he would like his children to be Muslims. I myself took great interest in his religion and customs. I expressed willingness to learn more about Islam. ... [article link]

Princeton Censors Ex-PLO Speakers; But Likely to Hire PLO Spokesman as History Professor
Princeton U. Says Campus Event Against Terrorism is "Too Inflammatory" Princeton University has cancelled a speaking event by three former Middle East terrorists because it says that the use of the word "terrorist" in the promotion for the event is "too inflammatory." Two of the three self-described former terrorists were members of the PLO. Each of them apparently converted to Christianity. Here is the must-read story of one of the group, Walid Shoebat, who is now an ardent Zionist.

Meanwhile, another former PLO member is likely to be named a full professor: Khalidi is Sole Candidate for History Position. Controversial professor appears to have wide support. As detailed in Campus Watch Rashid Khalidi is trying to weasel out of having worked for the PLO: Mr. Khalidi dismisses the allegation that he served as a PLO spokesman, saying, "I often spoke to journalists in Beirut, who usually cited me without attribution as a well-informed Palestinian source. If some misidentified me at the time, I am not aware of it." Here is another corroborating quote about being a PLO employee from the New York Times (February 19, 1978) that is not widely known because of an alternate spelling of the last name: ... [article link]

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