If you do not have any religion, then at least be noble and broad-minded in your present life!

Dear friends,

In the Battle of Karbala when Imam Hussein was surronded by his enemies and being weak because of his injuries, His enemies attack to his families Tent, then Imam Hussein said:

“If no religion has ever been accepted by you and you have not been fearing the resurrection day then be noble in your world ..”

This is what we should ask those who name themselves Israelite today!

One of Torah Ten Commandments is this:

Exodus 20:17

Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbour’s.

Also it is mentioned by YHWH that:

Exodus 22:14

And if a man borrow ought of his neighbour, and it be hurt, or die, the owner thereof being not with it, he shall surely make it good

If they are the Followers of Torah then how they should return the Died Mother and babies in Gaza? How they should return Gaza to it’s good state?

But if they have no religion and they are not Jew and they are not accepting the Ten Commandments, then at least they can be NOBLE in this world!!!

What can be the reasoning behind killing and injuring thousands of innocents with Cluster bombs???

What targets Cluster bombs can have other than individule innocent people???

Sepehr Mohamadi

4 Responses to “If you do not have any religion, then at least be noble and broad-minded in your present life!”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Some believe based on some evidence that what’s been said in this Torah and what the New Testament’s Jesus brought was only for Jews. and as in Torah, when it’s said thou shalt not kill, it means thou shalt not kill a Jew:

    Click to access LTN.pdf

    here’s a bit:
    If he intended killing an animal but slew a man, or a heathen and he killed an Israelite … he is not liable.

    قربان شما

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Thanks Mohammad, You are right some extremist said that. But they are just extremists and NOT the Mass. And that is what exactly told by Quran 4:46:

    Of the Jews there are those who displace words from their (right) places, and say:” We hear and we disobey”…

    Just like what some Muslims did such thing as well!
    Just what in your article said:

    Moses had been transmitting the word of his god to modern biologists he might have said “Love your neighbor as if r = 1 — as if all of your genes are identical.”

    Also pay attention that according Jesus Christ Sayings This is After worshipping the one and only God(YHWH) is the most important Command in the Christian Religion:

    “And Jesus answered him: “The first of all the commands is, ‘Hear, O Israel, Jehovah our God Jehovah is one. ‘And you shall love Jehovah your God with all your heart, and with all your being, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.’
    This is the first command.
    “And the second, like it, is this, ‘You shall love your neighbour as yourself.’
    There is no other command greater than these.”
    Mar 12:29-31

    So these are the Most important laws both in Christian and Jew and even Islam religion.

    Sepehr Mohamadi

  3. Anonymous Says:

    WAR has always been brutal. It has always ruined the lives of soldiers and has always brought suffering to civilians.

    Today’s wars are mainly civil wars—wars between opposing groups of citizens of the same country or neighboring. And these wars often last longer, leave the population more traumatized, and destroy countries more thoroughly than wars fought between nations. “these wars are cruel, bloody operations that result in thousands of deaths, sexual assaults, forced exile and, in the most extreme cases, genocide,” . Indeed, when atrocities are committed by neighbor against neighbor, the wounds may take centuries to heal.

    Granted, internal conflicts may seem less threatening and may be largely ignored by the international media to take action, but the pain and destruction caused by such hostilities are devastating all the same

    What fuels the fires of such cruel wars? Ethnic and tribal hatred, religious differences, injustice, and political turmoil are all significant factors. Another root cause is greed—greed for power and greed for money, greed for land. Political leaders, often motivated by greed, stir up the hatred that fuels the fighting.

    “”Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s house”” Seems some have forgot what that means

    Ultimately, though, it is hatred and greed rather than bullets and rifles that fuel the flames of war. Covetousness, or greediness, is a fundamental cause of war, and hatred frequently leads to violence. To uproot these destructive feelings, people need to change the way they think. They need to be educated in the ways of peace. of what is right and wrong.. Thus, the ancient prophet Isaiah realistically states that war will cease only when people ‘do not learn war anymore.’—Isaiah 2:4.

    However, at present we live in a world that teaches adults and children, not the value of peace, but the glory of war. The joy and rewards of selfishness at any cost.

    We have to get to the root cause–greed and selfishness. And not stand for it anywhere or by anyone. And not turn our heads or hearts when we see it but to always look for truth and take the action needed that we should no matter if a friend or not.

    It is sad Sep to see this and hear this. The world knows but few stop it. Or call it what it is–wrong

  4. P. K Says:

    Salaam Sepehr… What Mohammad and Hadenough wrote ia exactly what has happened, and is going on… My heart and Prayers go out to our bros. and sisters in Gaza… Namaste’

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