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Great news: The economy has reached 60 consecutive months of private-sector job growth. Read more on February's jobs report. http://ofa.bo/g3OU
The gains exceeded economists’ expectations and added to encouragement about the continued recovery, though wage growth has barely budged in months.
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The President's budget lays the foundation for a stronger middle class. Read more: http://ofa.bo/i2hg
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The Affordable Care Act is working for millions of people, and it's now projected to cost the country 20 percent less than expected. http://ofa.bo/g2Z1
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The most important of these is The Gospel of Barnabas.
Barnabas was a Jew born in Cyprus. His real name was Joseph.
He was one of the leading followers of Jesus and possessed an
important post among the apostles. His nick-name, Barnabas,
means “a person who gives advice and encourages good deeds.”
The Christian world knows Barnabas as a great saint who
together with Saint Paul was a man who set out to propagate
Christianity. The Christians celebrate June 11th as Saint Paul’s
day. Barnabas wrote down exactly what he had heard and
learned from Hadrat Îsâ. Barnabas’ book and other Bibles were
popular and were read during the first three hundred years of
Christianity. In the year 325, when the first Nicene (Iznik)
Council decided to abolish all the Bibles written in the Hebrew
language, Barnabas’ Bible was destroyed too. This was
accomplished by officially threatening to kill anyone who kept or
read the Bibles other than the four books authorized. The other
Bibles were translated into Latin, but Barnabas’ Bible suddenly
disappeared. Pope Damasus got a copy of Barnabas’ Bible by
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chance in the year 383 and kept it in his papal library. Until the
year 993 (1585), Barnabas’ Bible remained in that library. In that
year Fra Marino, a friend of Pope Sixtus, saw the book there and
developed a deep interest in it. (Fra means brother and monk in
Italian.) This was because Fra Marino knew that around the year
160 Iraneus (130-200), one of the leading exponents of
Christianity, had put forward the belief that “there is only one
God, and Jesus is not the son of God.” Iraneus had also said:
“Saint Paul wanted to introduce the wrong idea of the Trinity into
the Christian creed because he had been influenced by the
Roman custom of worshipping many gods.” Fra Marino also
knew that Iraneus had referred to Barnabas’ Bible as a proof in
his criticism against Saint Paul. For this reason, Fra Marino read
Barnabas’ Bible with the utmost attention and translated it into
Italian between the years 1585-1590. After changing many hands,
this Italian manuscript came into the possession of Cramer, one of
the counsellors to the King of Prussia. In 1120 (1713), Cramer
presented this valuable manuscript to Prince Eugene de Savoie
(1663-1736), who had established a great reputation in Europe for
having defeated the Turks at Zanta and for having taken back
Hungary and the fortress of Belgrade. After Prince Eugene’s
death, Barnabas’ Bible, together with the rest of his private
library, was transferred to the Royal Library (Hofbibliothek) in
Vienna in 1738.
Two Britons, Mr. and Mrs. Ragg, who first found the Italian
translation of Barnabas’ Bible in the Royal library, translated it
into English and that translation was printed in Oxford in 1325
(1907). Strange to say, this translation mysteriously disappeared
from the market. Only one copy of the translation exists in the
British Museum and another one is in the Library of the U.S.
Congress in Washington. With great effort, the Qur’anic Council
of Pakistan managed to reproduce the English version in 1973.
The following passages have been taken from that book:
From the seventieth chapter of Barnabas’ book: “Jesus
answered: ‘And ye; what say ye that I am?’ Peter answered:
‘Thou art Christ, son of God.’ Then was Jesus angry, and with
anger rebuked him, saying: ‘Begone and depart from me, because
thou art the devil and seekest to cause me offence!’ And he
threatened the eleven, saying: ‘Woe to you if ye believe this, for
I have won from God a great curse against those who believe
this.’ ”
The seventy-first chapter states: “Then said Jesus: ‘As God
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liveth, I am not able to forgive sin, nor is any man, but God alone
forgiveth.’ ”
The seventy-second chapter says: “As for me, I am now come
to the world to prepare the way for the messenger of God, who
shall bring salvation to the world. But beware that ye be not
deceived, for many false prophets shall come, who shall take my
words and contaminate my gospel.’ Then said Andrew: ‘Master,
tell us some sign, that we may know him.’ Jesus answered: ‘He will
not come in your time, but will come some years after you, when
my gospel shall be annulled, insomuch that there shall be scarcely
thirty faithful. At that time God will have mercy on the world, and
so He will send his real messenger, over whose head will rest a
white cloud. He shall come with great power against the ungodly,
and shall destroy idolatry upon the earth, and punish the
idolaters. And it rejoiceth me because that through him our God
shall be known and glorified, and I shall be known to be true; and
he will execute vengeance against those who shall say that I am
more than man...’ ”
In the ninety-sixth chapter it writes: “Jesus answered: ‘I am not
the Messiah, whom all the tribes of the earth expect, even as God
promised to our father Abraham. But when God shall take me
away from the world, Satan will raise again this accursed sedition,
by making the impious believe that I am God and son of God.
Whence my words and my doctrine shall be contaminated,
insomuch that scarcely shall there remain thirty faithful ones;
whereupon God will have mercy upon the world, and will send
His messenger for whom He hath made all things; who shall come
from the south with power, and shall destroy the idols with the
idolaters; who shall take away the dominion from Satan which he
hath over men. He shall bring with him the mercy of God for the
salvation of them that shall believe in him, and blessed is he who
shall believe his words.’ ”
From the ninety-seventh chapter: “Then said the priest: ‘How
shall the Messiah be called and what sign shall reveal his
coming?’ Jesus answered: ‘The name of the Messiah is
admirable, for God himself gave him the name when He had
created his soul, and placed it in a celestial splendour. God said:
“Wait Mohammed; for thy sake I will to create paradise, the
world, and a great multitude of creatures, whereof I make thee a
present, insomuch that whoso shall bless thee shall be blessed,
and whososhall curse thee shall be accursed. When I shall send
thee into the world I shall send thee as my messenger of
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salvation, and thy word shall be true, insomuch that heaven and
earth shall fail, but thy faith shall never fail.” Ahmad is his blessed
name.’ Then the crowd lifted up their voices, saying: ‘O God, send
us thy messenger; O Ahmad come quickly for the salvation of the
world!”
The hundred and twenty-eighth chapter states: “Accordingly,
brethren, I, a man, dust and clay, that walk upon the earth, say
unto you: Do penance and know your sins. I say, brethern, that
Satan, by means of the Roman soldiery, deceived you when ye
said that I was God. Wherefore, beware that ye believe them not,
seeing they are under the curse of God.”
From the hundred and thirty-sixth chapter: This chapter, after
giving information about Hell, tells how Hadrat Muhammad
(’alaihi ’s-salâm) will save his followers from Hell.
From the hundred and sixty-third chapter: “The disciples
answered: ‘O master, who shall that man be of whom thou
speakest, who shall come into the world? Jesus answered with joy
of heart. ‘He is Ahmad, messenger of God, and when he cometh
into the world, even as the rain maketh the earth to bear fruit
when for a long time it hath not rained, even so shall he be an
occasion for good works among men, through the abundant
mercy which he shall bring. For he is a white cloud full of the
mercy of God, which mercy of God shall sprinkle upon the
faithful like rain.’ ”
The Gospel of Barnabas gives the following information about
the last days of Hadrat Îsâ (’alaihi ’s-salâm), chapters 215-222:
“When the Roman soldiers came into the house to arrest Hadrat
Îsâ, he was taken out through the window by Kerûbiyyun (four
great angels: Gabriel, Michael, Rafael, and Uriel), and they took
him up into heaven since they were ordered by Allâhu ta’âlâ to do
that. The Roman soldiers arrested Yahûda (Judas), who was
leading them, saying, “You are Îsâ.” In spite of all his denials,
pleadings and entreaties, they took him by force to a cross which
had been prepared, and crucified him. Then, Hadrat Îsâ came into
the sight of his mother, Mary (Maryam) and his apostles
(hawârîs). He said to Mary: ‘Mother! You see I have not been
crucified. Instead of me, the treacherous Judas (Yahûda) has
been crucified and died. Stay away from Satan! He will make
every effort to deceive humanity. I will call you as my witnesses
for all the things that you have heard and seen.’ Then, he prayed
to Allâhu ta’âlâ for the salvation of the faithful, and for the
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conversion of sinners. He turned to his disciples and said: ‘May
God’s grace and mercy be with you.’ Then before their eyes the
four angels carried him up into heaven.”
As it is seen, Barnabas’ Bible informs us about the advent of
the last Prophet (’alaihi ’s-salâm), six hundred or a thousand
years before his coming, and mentions only one God. It rejects
Trinity.
European encyclopedias give the following information about
Barnabas’ Bible: “A manuscript, introduced as Barnabas’ Bible,
but a false book written by an Italian who was converted to Islam
in the fifteenth century.”
This explanation is totally wrong, in the light of the following
information: Barnabas’ Bible was excommunicated and
annihilated in the third century, i.e., three hundred or seven
hundred years before Hadrat Muhammad’s (’alaihi ’s-salâm)
coming. This means to say that even in those times there were
discourses on the advent of another Prophet, which contradicted
the concept of three gods and which did not suit the bigotry of
fanatical Christians. Moreover, for it to have been written by a
person who had been converted to Islam before its beginning is
out of the question. On the other hand, the Italian translator Fra
Marino was a Catholic monk, and we have no proofs at hand to
claim that he had been converted to Islam. Therefore, a motive
cannot be found for him to have translated the Bible differently
from its original. It should not be forgotten that long ago, that is,
between the Christian years 300 and 325, many significant
Christian men of religion denied that Hadrat ’Îsâ was the son of
Allah and referred to Barnabas’ Bible to prove that ’Îsâ was a
man like us. Of them, the most pre-eminent was Luchian, the
Bishop of Antioch. And Luchian’s disciple, Arius (270-336), was
even more famous. Arius was excommunicated by Alexander,
(d. 328), the Bishop of Alexandria, who later became the
Patriarch of Istanbul. Upon this, Arius went to his friend
Eusabios, the Bishop of Nicene (‹znik). Arius had so many
adherents around him that even Constantine, the Emperor of
Byzantium, and his sister joined the Arian sect. Also, Honorius,
who was the pope during the time of Hadrat Muhammad (’alaihi
’s-salâm), conceded that Hadrat Îsâ was only a human being and
that it was wrong to believe in three gods. (Pope Honorius, who
died in 630, was officially cursed [anathematized] by the Spiritual
Council that assembled in Istanbul in 678, 48 years after his
death.) In 1547, L.F.M. Sozzini, influenced by Camillo, a Sicilian
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Mr. President please close Gitmo.  Could you also visit Haiti?  Thank you.
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"I won't stop fighting for the American people until the day I leave this office. That's a promise." —President Obama

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