OK, Qur'an and Music does not mix because some Muslims follow that musical instruments are prohibited, which they are, so having the Qur'an mixed with music is an offense to Muslims. Another note, "Every soul shall have the taste of death" This means that everyone on the Earth will eventually die, and of course we will, humans does not live forever. I don't see why this is a shock. "All that is on the Earth will perish" This ties into the belief that we, Muslims believe that there will be a judgement day. Before Judgement Day, all that is on the earth meaning humans, mountains, trees etc will perish, then all humans will be ressurected to get jugded by God, Allah. What is happening now is that some are taking these verses out of context, you must first read that whole Qur'an to understand. And I am happy they are recalling the game because it is disrespectful to me as a Muslim to have musical instruments (something prohibited)& music with the Qur'an.
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I don't think that it has anything to do with Halo and even if Microsoft owns Halo, so therefore it can't be on another system, bungie can just make another game that is like Halo and name it something else. Anyway, they are just opening up their possibilities of more money, even though they are making millions. If the river of Microsoft goes dry, Bungie do not want to be apart of their downfall, so just like the founder said "We have to keep moving to survive". It's not just about Halo or making another cool franchise. I think it's about staying afloat in the business and if that means breaking away from being solely Microsoft's then they had to take that chance.
[QUOTE="The1-thtgotaway"]FF7 I was so happy I finished it, it felt like I accomplished something that took forever. :Pplague_gerka
Yeah it did with me too. I was on it for about a year :P:lol: Mines was more like 3-4 years and maybe longer because something always happened where FF7 was taken away from me.
That 3 member party would be a big ball of annoying.