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Old 10-10-2016, 12:19 PM
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Just as Muslims have their own god - Allah - they also have their own
heaven - Aljana. As the Muslim Allah is totally different from the
Christian God, so also is Aljana completely different from the biblical
heaven. Not only is the method of entry into the two different, but the
conditions there are markedly different.

In Sura 5:92; 2:219, Allah forbids Muslims from taking wine while
on planet earth, but those going to Aljana are promised rivers of wine of
many enticing varieties (Sura 47:15; 76:6):

- There is the promise of pure sealed wine (Sura 83:25)
- Zanjabil enhanced wine (Sura 76:17)
- Tasnim brand of wine (Sura 83:27)
- Wine mixed with kafur (Sura 76:5)

The Bible explicitly teaches that drunkards will not enter the
Kingdom of God (1 Corinthians 6:9-10).

Recognizing the inherent weakness in their concept of heaven,
Islamic scholars such as Muhiyyu'ddin endeavored to explain the wine
away in a mystical sense, but he was called as a heretic by other Muslims
who insisted that the Koran means exactly what it says. Yusuf Ali also
tried to give the wine Suras sufic, i.e., spiritual renderings. But the
frequency with which those references occurred and the unequivocal
nature of them made him abandon the "sufic interpretation project" and
toe the line of the generality of the Islamic umma - that the Koran
means exactly what it says - real wine.

If they guzzle all that promised wine, I wonder if the Muslims will
go berserk in Aljana just like they do here? You can't rule out that
possibility, you know, since even without wine, they went berserk in
Allah's headquarters (the Ka'aba in Mecca) during the pilgrimage of
August 1987.

According to an official report by the Saudis, 402 Muslims were
killed and 605 injured in a Jihad that they waged against themselves.
Can their saying "Islam is peace" be true? Surely, a change of environ-
ment does not mean a change of heart. How the various warring factions
of Islam can dwell together in the same Aljana is not stated by the Koran.
Allah may have taken notice of this and compartmentalized the place. It
appears that the Islamic Aljana contains what the Arabian desert most
lacks, such as:

- Gushing water (Sura 3:15, 198, 4:57, 15:45).
- Clustered plantains (Sura 56:29)
- Fruits (Sura 56:20, 69:21-24).
- Shades with bunches of fruits (Sura 76:14).
- Enclosed gardens and grape vines (Sura 78:32).
- Fowl meat is one more carrot that Allah dangles before
the noses of the Muslim faithful. (Sura 56:21).

Whereas the Bible says:

For the Kingdom of God is not meat and drink; but righteous-
ness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost. (Romans 14:17).

Apart from the wine and such other worldly things, there is also
supposed to be a lot of honeymooning in Aljana. Womanizing Muslims
here on earth are a picture of morality compared to what supposedly
awaits them in their heaven. Among the rewards promised faithful
Muslims are beautiful and heavy women with big and lustrous eyes
(Sura 38:52; 44:54; 52:20). (Whether this is where the idea of Ikebe
Super1 originates or not, I cannot tell). Also promised are virgins whom
no jinn (demon) nor man has ever touched (Sura 55:70-74).

Hadiths by respected scholars confirm all this by telling us that each
faithful Muslim will be entitled to several thousand of these "special"
women, called Houris (cf. Mishkatu.l Masabih, pp. 457-491). This
concept of heaven contradicts the words of our Lord Jesus who dis-
missed a similar but more restrained sensual notion of the Sadducees.
Jesus told them plainly that there would be no marriage in heaven (See
Matthew 22:29, 30).

1 "Ikebe Supers" are imaginary ladies of comic strip proportions with mountainous
buttocks and the kind of breasts as described in the Koran.

What will happen to Muslim women from this world? Who would
marry them considering that Muslim men are offered a whole host of
better "heavenly" virgins? Would you go for a slightly used model when
you were offered thousands of brand new ones? Is this not the epitome
of discrimination against the longsuffering women of Islam? That kind
of Islamic heaven makes Hollywood look like a monastery. The exceed-
ingly holy God would have nothing to do with such a whoring place.

It is astonishing to note that sensual excesses, which can send one
straight to Hell if unrepented of, are exactly what are promised to our
Muslim friends in their paradise. There are Bible warnings against such,
if you will heed them:

Do you not know that the wicked will not inherit the Kingdom
of God? Do not be deceived: Neither the sexually immoral nor
idolaters nor adulterers nor male prostitutes nor homosexuals
nor slanders nor swindlers will inherit the Kingdom of God. (1
Corinthians 6:9-10, NIV).

The acts of the sinful nature are obvious: sexual immorality,
impurity and debauchery: . . . I warn you, as I did before, that
those who live like this will not inherit the Kingdom of God.
(Galatians 5:19, 21 NIV).

The passage of scripture that describes your final state if you fail to
repent may be found in Revelation 21:8:

But the cowardly, the unbelieving, the vile, the murderers
[including Jihadists], the sexually immoral, those who practice
magic arts, the idolaters and all liars - their place will be in the
fiery lake of burning sulphur [hell]. This is the second death.
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