Thursday, September 3, 2009

Nabi Isa = Jesus Christ

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Isa (عيسى) merupakan seorang nabi yang penting dalam agama Islam. Dalam Kitab Suci Al Qur'an, ia digelar Isa ibni Maryam atau Isa al-Masih. Kata ini diperkirakan berasal dari bahasa Aram, Eesho atau Eesaa. Jesus Christ adalah nama yang umumnya diguna pakai oleh pengganut Kristian untuk menyebutnya, sedangkan orang Arab Kristian menyebutnya dengan Yasu' al-Masih (يسوع المسيح).

Source: Wikipedia.org

Tranlated to English: Isa (Jesus Christ) is a very important prophet to the Islam faith. In the Quran, Isa is referred to as Isa ibni Maryam or Isa al-Masih (Aram language). Jesus Christ is the official name of Nabi Isa in the Christian context. The Arab Christians refer to Jesus Christ as Yasu' al-Masih.
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The point here is, Nabi Isa = Jesus Christ. I've never read the Quran but i have friends who practise Islam and they tell me that Nabi Isa is a very important prophet, as stated in the Quran.

So peace be with all the Christians & Muslims, there is NO NEED to wage 'Holy wars' or incite hatred between the 2 religions. We believe in the same GOD, Allah and we believe in the same prophet, Nabi Isa / Jesus Christ. We have so much in common.

Evil has been ripping the 2 religions appart and if you are true to your religion, you should believe in harmony more than any other causes. I bring this up because of this disturbing article on CNN.

In the court filing, Rifqa Bary stated her father said, "If you have this Jesus in your heart, you are dead to me!" The teenager claims her father added, "I will kill you!"


Muslim teen fears for life after changing religion

(CNN) -- A Muslim teenager from Ohio says her father threatened to kill her because she converted to Christianity.

Rifqa Bary claims her father wants her dead after she converted to Christianity.

Rifqa Bary, 17, ran away from her family in Columbus, Ohio, in July and took refuge in the central Florida home of the Rev. Blake Lorenz with the Global Revolution Church in Orlando.


The teen heard of the pastor and his church through a prayer group on Facebook. The girl's parents reported her missing to Columbus police, who found her two weeks later in Florida through cell phone records.

The teenager, in a sworn affidavit, claims her father, Mohamed Bary, 47, was pressured by the mosque the family attends in Ohio to "deal with the situation." In the court filing, Rifqa Bary stated her father said, "If you have this Jesus in your heart, you are dead to me!" The teenager claims her father added, "I will kill you!"
Mohamed Bary told CNN a lot of false information has been given and "we wouldn't do her harm." He knew his daughter was involved with
Christian organizations.

"I have no problem with her practicing any faith," he said, but Bary admitted he would have preferred his daughter to practice the Muslim faith first.

Although Mohamed Bary said he did not expect his daughter to run away, Rifqa Bary was placed in foster care by an Orlando judge in August while the Florida Department of Children and Family investigated the threat allegations against the parents.






3 comments:

Anonymous said...

We believe in all of the prophets, including Isa al-Masih.

Viagra Online said...

Interesting post, it's so important to understand the real fact in all this situation, I think, Mohamed Bary said he did not expect his daughter to run away, and that has a lot of sense.

Mildly-moderate said...

We live in tough times when it comes to religion. I was always taught that Islam begins in ones home. If she ran away from home, to another place of worship, and she was genuine with how she felt. Then I would guess she had a tough life at home. The other fact of the matter is, if this particular was truly practicing Islam. Then God would have bless it to be a happy home.

My God guide the whole of the Barry family back together again, and may He bless and protect them.