Weird creepy muslim genie stuff

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by peilthetraveler, Jul 24, 2009.

  1. Very weird stuff... I really dont know what these beliefs are in the middle east about genies or jinns or whatever they call them so maybe someone in here can tell us what the guy pulls out of the hole? Looks like a paint scraper with a nail in the end of it. I only found this video by accident



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  2. In Islam, they believe there are two parallel universe. The first one is called the "Ens", which is us. According to Islam, we are made out of mud or clay. The second world is the "Jinn", that world is inhabited by people made out of fire.

    According to Islam, the "Jinn", like us, have their own tribes and spoken tongues and religions, including Islam. Also, like us, they have the good and the wicked.

    According to Islam, each world is a parallel universe on its own whereby no one can cross to the other side. But, through some rituals, and some times, a weak spirituality, you could tempt a "Jinny" to cross over. Only the wicked ones cross and posses.

    According the Qur'an, while Mohamed was once reading the Qur'an, a group of wicked "Jinnys" were eavesdropping on him. According to Islamic religion, the Jinnys' hearts softened upon hearing the Qur'an and converted to Islam. they then went back and converted tribes and nations.

    The Qur'anic Vers at the begining of the video discribes that. It is part of a whole "Suorah" titled "Al Jinn"
     
  3. This one is funnier;

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  4. Very interesting. Thanks for explaining that...makes it easier to understand what those guys were doing.

    Oh and you said...According the Qur'an, while Mohamed was once reading the Qur'an...

    I though Mohamed was responsible for creating the Qur'an and Islam. I mean Isnt he sort of like Moses to the Jews, or Christ to Christians? Isnt that statement kind of like saying "One day Jesus was reading from the book of Acts" Or one day Moses was reading the book of Kings.

    Maybe I am wrong, but I thought Mohammed was a big part of the Qur'an.
     
  5. I think he was responsible for creating the Qur'an and Islam, but according to devout Muslims, Qur'an is God's revelations and words transmitted by the angel Gabriel to Mohamed.