7 March 2008

Haru Biru!

ISRAEL - Moses may have been high when he came down from Mount Sinai bearing Ten Commandments, researchers have claimed. The team, from Jerusalem's Hebrew University, said two plants in the Sinai desert are hallucinogenic. Similar psychoactive plants in South America are known to produce 'profound religious and spiritual feelings,' researchers said.

-Metro, Wednesday 5th March

Hahaha... I find this as hilarious...! Really! They even made fun of their prophet...?? What they are saying is essentially Moses made up the Commandments...? Geez...

There are things in this world which you cannot simply use your logic mind to think of it. Science is not everything. Your mind has limit, which once you cross it, you'll start to question all sort of things. And this is dangerous, not just to yourself but others as well.

In Islam, the Muslims fundamentally believe that prophet Musa (Moses) a'laihi salam was indeed sent by the Lord of A'lamin to his people to convey one clear and only message; there in NO god worthy worshiped but Allahu Ta'ala.

In the al-Quran, Allah says in Surah an-Nahl 16:36,

"And verily, We have sent among every ummah (community, nation) a Messenger (proclaiming): Worship Allah (alone) and avoid Taaghut (all false deities)..."

So it comes to a big surprise to me, knowing that Moses' own people are accusing him of fraud... Shameful eh?


p/s: I watched the 10 Commandments (1956's film) when I was a small kid. I enjoyed it so much!

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