Dialogues


The question of faith

Posted on October 21, 2007 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  The question of faith   Where do you get your faith from? People wonder   This is my brief reply to my friend Joe as we discussed faith and when he asked me:    “I still don’t understand where you get your faith from; personally all I would get from your experiences is total [...]

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Dialogue with Steady

Posted on January 28, 2007 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

Dialogue-1

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Dialogue with my atheist friend 07. September Dear Sam I was uplifted with attending the meeting yesterday especially with seeing some new faces, but with all my respect to you as an activist and free thinker I am still perplexed at your stiff position that insists that the only solution to the Palestinian problem [...]

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Dialogue-2

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

——————————————————————————————— 08- September Dear Sam You said: You appear to be working from the premise that taking a particular belief and defining it as a “religious belief” gives it special status, and that it should not be subject to any criticism or restrictions.   Not at all dear Sam; and I am sorry if I [...]

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My atheist friend-0

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

10- September The case for Intelligent Design   Why God? But… why not God? Dear Sam My intention in writing this is NOT to prove beyond any shadow of doubt that God exists; rather I want to refute the atheistic claim that they dearly hold with a 100% certainty that God doesn’t exists, further I [...]

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My atheist friend-1

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Chemistry perspective:   Studying chemistry gives an insight into the closest material world that we live in; unlike physics that often ends up dealing with the macrocosmic, or the microcosmic, chemistry deals with hands on stuff. Things you can hold, test, investigate, and verify. If so, how dare we bring God into this subject [...]

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My atheist friend-2

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

11- September  Dear Sam This article is from the Internet   THE LANGUAGE OF OUR CELLS   Does the intelligence of DNA point to a designer? Consider for a moment the cathedral-like structure of a snowflake under a microscope. Look at the beauty. Look at the complexity. Look at the originality of each individual flake. [...]

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My atheist friend-3

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Dear oh Dear Nahida, You surprise me for I see you as someone with a brilliant mind, undoubtedly one of the sharpest, I have come across in years.  Yet, when something arises that in any way clashes with your deeply held religious beliefs that incredible intellect seems to take a back seat. I first [...]

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My atheist friend-4

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

—————————————————————————————————————————– 14- September Dearest Sam I have to admit to you that after sending my last email I felt so guilty, I regretted being so insensitive to your feelings, please do forgive me; I didn’t mean to be so harsh in my reply; it’s just my reflexive reaction which reflects nothing but my weakness and [...]

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My atheist friend-5

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

———————————————————————————————————————– 15- September The Question of Suffering   How could an Intelligent Being allow such cruelty? A most valid, most important, and most relevant question. To start with, I am afraid that by talking about this topic, it would be very difficult to be objective. We won’t be able to discuss it from a purely [...]

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My atheist friend-6

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Hidden dimensions    My first son Hassan Was born on April the 9th   You might think So what… why are you saying it With such a gloomy tune What is wrong with 9th of April?   You have to be a Palestinian To understand For on the 9th of April 1948 The massacre of [...]

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My atheist friend-7

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Bliss and beyond  A state of delight Blissful pleasure Contentment  Tranquillity Enchantment and joy   If people knew how it feels They would’ve fought for it With arms and teeth   No privilege… No adversity No gain… No loss No health… No pain  No achievement… No catastrophe  No triumph… No defeat  Can Annihilate Or [...]

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My atheist friend-8

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

15- September Dear Sam You said that my language skills are the reason that your hypothesis didn’t hold up and not the force of my hypothesis. Here, I am going to try again and present my case to you in very simple words, and very short summary.   Considering:  Your hypothesis: there is no Intelligent [...]

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My atheist friend-9

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

17- September Hi Nahida, Perhaps part of the problem may be with the use of the word “fact” as it implies 100% certainty.I believe that anything is possible, which means I cannot say anything is a fact. Thus once again it becomes a matter of keeping an “open mind” to all possibilities and looking at [...]

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