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Was Mohammed a prophet?

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Submitted by Nuray (Germany), Oct 19, 2006 at 16:42

Was Mohammed a prophet? This question was first answered by the people of his time. Pagan Arabs believed him. They changed their religion and lived as Muhammed (peace be upon him) advised them. He was not only a messenger but also a commander and a statesman. He was the president of first Islamic state. His people followed him.This is the proof. Not words but actions speak.

How about today? He has more followers than ever. The number of Muslim believers really should say something to others. Islam is one of the great civilization on earth. It has great history and wealth of culture. At the same time it is fastest growing religion. I remind people this facts. Are these facts can be seen as proof or supporting evidence? Definitely, yes. Because those people believe, feel, obey and live according to rules of Allah. This is their free actions and decisions. God gives us enough intelligence to choose what's wrong and right. We are in Ramadan. I fasted today as many other Muslims did. This is our choice. No drinking, eating, smoking etc all the day. Living as a Muslim is not so easy. Is that possible to explain more than 1.2 billion people as blind and mis-leaded? No way.

Nuray

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