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Dr. Seuss and the Mullah

At the mosque today, a man takes the pulpit.
He warns us quite gravely that we are all culprits;
Islam is the true religion, it would seem.
The others seem destined to fail, in his dream.

So we’re told to convert them: The Christians and the Jews.
The Pagans, the Buddhists, and the Brahmin Hindus.
I take great offense at his words and inflection.
Politely I stand, and I pose him a question.

“Don’t two rivers eventually reach the same sea?
Are any of them really that different from me?”
Calling me a “kafir”, he says I’m incorrect,
And my sacrilege’s earned me a ticket to heck.

On what grounds am I not a good Muslim? I snort.
Could it be that my beard is two inches too short?
Or perhaps my trousers are two inches too long?
Surely covering my ankles can’t be that wrong.

Was I three degrees west of Makkah when I prayed?
Was I corrupted by the video games I played?
Or when I ate with my left hand at lunch that one time?
If I’m to be condemned, at least tell me my crime.

Maybe it’s because I treat others as equals.
Not as non-believers but as regular people.
Maybe my priorities are different from yours.
Rather than head scarves and beard paint, I help the poor.

It might be the fact that I don’t speak for the crowd.
Or force my opinions onto others, out loud.
Is it that I don’t quote the Quran when I speak?
On what criteria have you made this critique?

What will get me to heaven? Please tell me good sir!
Why are you so unwilling to let us confer?
Why do you resist, when I ask for your help?
Could it be that you don’t know the answers yourself?

Could it be, that on some mountain height,
It won’t be blasphemous, if one said “Brahma’s might”?
Could it be that Muslims, Hindus, Christians and Jews,
All touched the same spirit through the God that they knew?

It really matters not, in what building you pray.
And if your beliefs aren’t set in stone, then that’s OK.
Take your time, teach yourself, then you’ll understand.
At the end of the day, we all share God’s own land.

Posted on 9 Jul 12 by blog sense by barb
[Editor’s Note: Be aware, this note, once again, is not necessarily the beliefs of Act! for America or its affiliates, but rather, the editor’s strong Christian beliefs. This parody is for Islamic belief information through comedy, it does not reflect the editors belief. In reality, Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, occultism, New Ageism, nor witchcraft lead to the same eternal end place. The only way that leads to an eternally happy life is through Jesus Christ, Yeshua. And you get this everlasting, eternal life and happiness by accepting Yeshua into your heart, and ask Him to forgive you of your sins…He will cleanse away ALL your sins, then all you have to do is read His true word, called the Holy Bible, (I recommend starting out with the Torah {first five books of the Bible} so you can learn His commandments/laws, and also the Gospels so you can learn how He lived and how you should gear your life). In Revelation (the final book in the Holy Bible) it teaches us that in the final days there will be false doctrines that will be spreading across the world…we see that now, with the false doctrine of Islam, quickly spreading, and in a lot of cases, violently, we are in the end times. Be ready, and search your heart, if you want true happiness, seek Yeshua Jesus Christ and ask Him into your heart…whether your Muslim, Hindu, or anything…accept His love into your heart…after all He died for you.]


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