Debate with CL Edwards Update


بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ ,

No debate is without a little controversy. A day before I had released the information about the debate, CL Edwards posted the information on his website. Later that evening I was approached by one of his friends, Antonio Santana, a Christian Missionary Polemic.

 

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Antonio deceptively came to ask me about a discussion in which the statue in Daniel was being discussed. I gave my opinion on this discussion and was about to exit the conversation when he brought up the debate. What was disturbing to me was the fact that he stated that CL Edwards invited him to moderate. I want to make it explicitly clear that I have all my email correspondences saved with CL and at no point in time did we discuss the possibility of Antonio (MBI3030) to be considered as a moderator. Now either it is that Antonio is lying or he is simply stirring trouble for CL.

When Antonio realised he would not get his way with me, he then insulted a significant portion of my friends by labelling them as blood thirsty Muslims. I must remind him that we Muslims do not ‘drink‘ the blood of any saviour, but he does, therefore when it comes to being blood thirsty, the label applies directly to him. I publicly call for CL Edwards to deal with his friend and proclaim that he does not endorse the violent and deceptive rhetoric of Antonio. I have agreed to debate CL, but I have not agreed to babysit his friends while they attempt to disturb our most exciting event.

wa Allaahu ‘Alam.

One comment

  • I’ve never used PalTalk, so I can’t testify to the veracity of the “blood thirsty Muslims” claim – though no-doubt my insides are rattling from the laughter! Good ol’ Tony, I’m always amused by him (and to be fair, touched at the fact that he seems to want to save souls).

    One must wonder at his zeal; I cannot for the life of me understand how and why they keep trying to debate the same people, make the same false-claims…can’t we have debates where they’re being being intellectually honest and not merely polemical about Islam. Am I right in thinking that these internet evangelists are in a closed circle of sorts? When I look for discussions/debates online, I keep seeing the same faces over and over. Do they ever succeed at winning souls for Christ, the Son, rather than the Prophet? I’d love to see the statistics on that.

    Nonetheless, I’m looking forward to the forthcoming debate!

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