Answer to Dhimmi's rhetoric
Submitted by Moderate Muslim (United States), Feb 24, 2007 at 22:15
Time for the end of your junk. I am going to address your points one by one. If anyone replies with personal attacks I will not respond to that trash because it is a waste of time. If anyone would like to ask a question about Islam or reply to my statements please do so. I will answer any question to my fullest ability. I am not an Islamic scholar but I will triple check what I say.
Dhimmi says he knows Arabic and I don't. He cannot possibly understand how much or how little I understand Arabic, and he claims that Islam is the religion of the Arabs based on Surah Ibrahim verse 4. I have already responded to this showing how Islam is a religion of the world and it is labeled "Surah Ibrahim Verse 4 an analysis."
So we have established I am a muslim and that dhimmi is decieving us.
Dhimmi, I have a question for you.
If the Prophet (pbuh) made references to non Arab muslims, is that not proof that Islam is not merely an Arab religion?
If the Prophet (pbuh) said that his message was to everyone in the entire world, how does that make Islam only a religion of the Arabs?
I am not sure if you are aware of this but Islam says that messengers were sent to many different places at many different time periods.
Islam, as defined by the Quran, is not solely the religion of Muhammad (pbuh), but also of Adam, Noah, Joseph, Moses, Jesus, Abraham, Ismail, and Isaac.
While most credit Jesus with the beginnings of Christianity and the beginnings of Judaism with Moses, the Quran says that the religion practiced by these men was akin to Islam, revealed to them by the same and one God, Allah. The two religions were changed bit by bit over the centuries into what remains today, which to a great extent has many similarities with Islam. The major difference being the Christian belief that Jesus was the son of god. As Jesus never claimed to be the son of god (give me evidence if to the contrary), this had been established later by his followers, perhaps in a way to glorify him as something more than what he was, a celebrated prophet of God.
Thany you for reading, and I hope this deepens your understanding of the great peaceful religion which is Islam.
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