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fake_prophet1Harold Camping Predicted 'End of World May 21'

  These self-styled prophets, who go around predicting doom and gloom for the world and make crazy outlandish statements and predictions - are hurting all faith groups.

More and more our young people become disenchanted with religion and faith as these false prophets abound on TV, the internet and public gatherings.

Atheism increases on a daily basis as increasing numbers of youth turn away from belief in God as they see these liars against Allah continue on with their nonsense.

US atheists are holding parties in response to an evangelical broadcaster's prediction that Saturday will be "judgement day".

The Rapture After Party in North Carolina - "the best damned party in NC" - is among the planned events.

Harold Camping, 89, was the one who predicted Jesus Christ would return to earth on Saturday and true believers will be taken up, or "raptured", to heaven.

He has used many broadcasts and billboards to publicise his ideas.

He says biblical texts indicate that a giant earthquake on Saturday will mark the start of the world's destruction, and that by 21 October all non-believers will be dead.

Mr Camping has predicted an apocalypse once before, in 1994, though followers now say that only referred to an intermediary stage.

"We learn from the Bible that Holy God plans to rescue about 200 million people," says a text on the website of Mr Camping's network, Family Radio Worldwide.

"On the first day of the Day of Judgment (May 21, 2011) they will be caught up (raptured) into Heaven because God had great mercy for them."

'Countdown to back-pedalling'

The Rapture After Party in Fayetteville, North Carolina, is a two-day event organised by the Central North Carolina Atheists and Humanists.

Promoters of Harold Camping's prediction in New York, 13 May 2011 This prediction has been given an unusually high level of publicity

"Though the absurdity of this claim is obvious to the majority of the world, it's a great opportunity to highlight some of the most bizarre beliefs often put forth by religious fundamentalists and raise awareness of the need for reason," said a posting about the party on the group's website.

Atheists in Tacoma, Washington, have headed their celebration "countdown to back-pedalling".

Events were also due to take place in Texas, Florida and California.

An atheist and entrepreneur from New Hampshire, Bart Centre, is enjoying a boost in business for Eternal Earth-bound Pets, which he set up to look after the pets of those who believe they will be raptured.

He has more than 250 clients who are paying up to $135 (£83) to have their pets picked up and cared for after the rapture.

They would be disappointed twice, he told the Wall Street Journal. "Once because they weren't raptured and again because I don't do refunds."

'No Plan B'

Meanwhile Mr Camping says he knows "without any shadow of a doubt" that "judgement day" is arriving.

There is no "Plan B", he says.

His campaign has been unusually widely promoted - both in the US and overseas, including in the Middle East.

In Vietnam, thousands of members of the Hmong ethnic minority gathered near the border with Laos earlier this month to await the 21 May event, the Associated Press reported.

He said rolling earthquakes would occur at 1800 in the world's various time zones.

The internet has been alive with reactions as the apocalypse failed to materialise in various countries.

One early posting on Twitter read: "Harold Camping's 21st May Doomsday prediction fails; No earthquake in New Zealand."



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#5 Meer Hussain 2011-05-28 23:58
Guide US is doing great job, MashaAllah. It is true Jihad that Guide US team is doing, i.e., guiding US to straight path.
#4 Ershad Shaik 2011-05-26 05:06
Dear Mr. Camping,____It is not upto you to decide the Judgement Day, it is upto Allah and he only has its knowledge.____D on't fool yourself and people by making fun of Allahs Commandements._ ___Concerning what are they disputing?__Con cerning the Great News,__About which they cannot agree__Verily, they shall soon (come to) know!__Verily, verily they shall soon (come to) know!__(Quran 78: 1-5)____When the earth is shaken to her (utmost) convulsion,__An d the earth throws up her burdens (from within), __And man cries (distressed): 'What is the matter with her?'__On that Day will she declare her tidings:__For that thy Lord will have given her inspiration__Th at day mankind will issue forth in scattered groups to be shown their deeds. __And whoso doeth good an atom's weight will see it then, __And whoso doeth ill an atom's weight will see it then. __(Quran 99 1-8)
#3 mazhar 2011-05-25 22:28
America really needs more channels like GUIDE US TV.. USA really is in darkness.
#2 mazhar 2011-05-25 21:52
more than 75% of America dont know about islam. so this is bound to happen :/
#1 adilali 2011-05-25 04:38
LA ELLAHA ELA ANTA SUBHANAKA ENNE KUNTU MENA ZALIEMEN.This dua was said by our prophet yunus(Jonah)(a. s) and that if he hadn't said that, he would have remained in the belly of the fish till eternity and even after being spit to the shores after repentence, he was in bad health. Note all this price was paid because he run away from the commandement of God.......at the end all was good because he repented....... ....The Holy Quran is air tight....and in it (Quran) God says he has at his disposal mercy and a severe punishment so if any one claims any thing ask him for his proof( burham) and if he brings any evidence of any sort we must judge him according to the last testement(quran ) because this Book is a creiterion to Judge between right and wrong.........B y the way the quran tells that our holy prophet is the hatima of the prophets in other words all the rest( claimants of prophethood after him) are fake........... ..Wa llahu yahlem..WA Sallam

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