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To Peter: Are you computer game player?

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God?
in response to reader comment: To those who obey Mohammed

Submitted by Nuray (Portugal), Nov 23, 2005 at 13:07

Dear Peter,

You wrote that
"You most likely just say that I can't understand because I am an unbeliever."

Definitely not. This is not a matter of being an unbeliever or a believer. First of all, I respect to all unbelievers. You can understand if you want. Every human beings are given a life to understand and worship Allah. Today you are unbeliever but tomorrow you might be a believer if Allah will, who knows. That's why I respect to all non-Muslims and talk to them about Islam.

You wrote that
"Too much time wasted writing all the things he did. "

Why do you think that it is waste of time? He changed history 14 century ago and 1.3 billion people still believe Quran. Haven't you realized that you wrote something about a messenger and a statesmen?

You wrote that
"the life of the believers in the Quran are also the terrorists of today because they obey the Quran and follow the life of Mohammad. "

Have you heard the 'five pillars' of Islam that are the foundation of Muslim life:
-Faith or belief in the Oneness of God and the finality of the prophethood of Muhammad;
-Establishment of the daily prayers;
-Concern for and almsgiving to the needy;
-Self-purification through fasting; and
-The pilgrimage to Makkah for those who are able.

Please, do NOT confuse politics with religions. You can't understand the basics of a religion from daily news. Killing or destroying others is not one of the pillars of Islam.

You wrote that
"Explain these events in Mohammad's life. "

Muhammed, peace upon him, was not only a messenger but a statesman. In his life time there were many holy fights to establish first Islamic state. Have you read any that state established without a war or resistance? What happens to any ethnic group who violates the peace in a state? Aren't they labelled as terrorist? What happened 14 century ago is not different than what can happen now.

You wrote that
"The topic is "Is Allah God" If he is, the world is in big trouble because terrorism will not stop until all the unbelievers will be destroyed and all the world will be conquored by Allah's followers"

Do you know anything about history? Muslims didn't emerge 5 or 10 years ago. Muhammed, peace upon him, was sent as a messenger 14 century ago. Muslim are 20% of World population. they are normal people as others.

I think you watch too much computer play games showing terrorist groups or organisations try to conquer whole world. Come to reality. Islam is a very peaceful religion.

Nuray
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