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He [Richard Dawkins] claims to be a scientist yet he fails to find God through his science, which is so obvious to see, what with the Big Bang and failure of evolution and all. That is because incomplete knowledge of science makes one an atheist and complete knowledge of it makes one a Muslim.

Zaynub Zafar, Facebook 39 Comments [8/31/2011 3:17:11 AM]
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Science. You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

Also, it's good to see some more Muslim lunatics on this site. Some variety to add some spice.

8/31/2011 3:34:00 AM

Percy Q. Shunn

Scientific fact #1:

Idiocy does not differentiate between religions.

8/31/2011 3:50:40 AM

Raised by Horses

And zero knowledge of it makes one a creationist, apparently.

This isn't really worth picking apart. There are so many non-sequiturs packed into that last sentence you'd need a blue steel diamond cutter just to get started.

8/31/2011 3:52:48 AM


...and lack of understanding makes you a Christian.

Allah be praised!

8/31/2011 4:03:32 AM


Right, that's why Iran, Pakistan, Somalia, and Tunisia are just bastions of space age technology compared to, say, Japan.

8/31/2011 5:13:57 AM

Mister Spak

He [Zaynub Zafar] claims to be a theist yet he fails to find God through his theism, which is so obvious to see, what with the Koran and failure of Islam and all. That is because incomplete knowledge of theism makes one a muslim and complete knowledge of it makes one a christian.

8/31/2011 5:16:21 AM


...That is because incomplete knowledge of Tacos makes one Ishkabibble and complete knowledge of it makes one Sunglasses.....I dunno....Had to write a Non Sequitur.

8/31/2011 5:29:03 AM

Zeus Almighty

@ SpukiKitty

Mmmmm. Tacos.

I can think of worse things to worship.

8/31/2011 5:39:35 AM


Oh, so "complete knowledge of science" makes one a Muslim?

I'm quite sure that there is NO Muslim on earth who has complete knowledge of quantum chromodynamics, solid-state physics, organic chemistry, oceanography, molecular biology, ... (and more than thousand other scientific fields)

Btw, "Allahdidit" is not sufficient.

8/31/2011 5:47:08 AM



"Oh, so 'complete knowledge of science' makes one a Muslim?"

If we're talking Medieval/Ren-era Muslim societies, yes....But most present-era Muslim societies, no.

Not bashing Muslims...I'm bashing Fundie weirdos like The Taliban, Iran's Govt., The Saudis, Ugandan Dictators, etc. and the poor souls under their thumb.

8/31/2011 6:24:29 AM

Doubting Thomas

Not being able to find God through science is not a fault of science.

8/31/2011 6:26:38 AM

Brendan Rizzo

Oh, LOL.

8/31/2011 6:48:05 AM

Jezebel's Evil Sister

Since no one has "complete knowledge of science," True Muslims® must be just as rare (i.e., non-existent) as True Christians™.

8/31/2011 6:59:53 AM


Oh great, now you all got me wanting tacos for lunch.

8/31/2011 7:09:28 AM


Thus spake the one on Facebook. Via the WWW. Via a computer. Via telecommunications. Via electronics. Via electricity. All products of science.

I don't see 'Made by Allah' on any of such, pal.

Q: Wny do you never see Muslims on "Star Trek"?

A: Because "Star Trek" is set in the future.

There's a reason why that joke exists. Even "Babylon 5" has a regular character who is Jewish (Susan Ivanova).

So if Allah created the universe, this world & all the life on it, who created the creator?

The phrase 'Enquiring minds need to know' exists for a reason. Ergo, science. Q. E. and D., bitch.


Tacos are good, but I can recommend the British equivalent: Cornish Pasties:


As yummy as you are, m'dear. :9

8/31/2011 8:17:10 AM


Please enlighten us on this "failure of evolution".

8/31/2011 9:31:49 AM


I think the best thing to say about this comment is:
Science flies us to the moon.
Religion flies us into buildings.

8/31/2011 9:33:40 AM



obvious, isn't it? he's living proof!
at least, of ideological evolution.... he's still stuck in the XIVth century, idea-wise

8/31/2011 9:37:33 AM

Science doesn't mean what you think it means.

8/31/2011 10:04:52 AM


He's not anti-science. He's anti-science that specifically contradicts his religion. Most creationists are okay with science if it doesn't contradict their religion, or if it does but provides them with nice convinces like technology, in which case they are able to look the other way.

8/31/2011 10:05:15 AM

When I "do science" I don't see God. I see hopping sand grains and turbulent eddies, I see dinoflagellates and fossilised protists, I see billions of snowflakes being incorporated into the body of a glacier. I see so many things within the limited scope of my chosen field that it becomes impossible to believe that one entity is responsible for it all. I started my studies as an atheist; as I near the end of them (formally, we never stop learning of course) my position remains unchanged. Except that I have rather more contempt for those that think science supports their religion. Science is about the real, not the imaginary. And the real is so amazing I can't comprehend why people spend so much time ignoring it in favour of their chosen deity.

8/31/2011 10:10:10 AM


So, failing to find God through science means that on is not a scientist? You should wear an "I'M AN IDIOT" sign on your forehead so no one accidently wastes time talking to you.

8/31/2011 10:40:32 AM

Ah, a Muslim. I love the added variety. Apparently Muslim and Christian fundies are equally stupid, but I guess that could said about all of them.

8/31/2011 11:44:16 AM

Old Viking

Thanks for taking the time to clue us in.

8/31/2011 12:27:56 PM

I Read About The Afterlife

Oh shit, backwards day again already?

8/31/2011 12:29:51 PM

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