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It is worth to enter into discussion, also when they end in dissent

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Submitted by Ameen Mann (Qatar), Jun 6, 2007 at 12:35

It is worth to enter into discussion, also when they end in dissense..

And we have a big chance in perpetual exchange about religion. Most of all do religious debates create huge discomfort in these people who mean having everything somehow under control. But in the further stages may come the certainty, that it all is granted to us, and does befit our behavior - whether we see things positive or negative.

And who gets into further reflection will go towards these pieces of guidance that offer the strongest homogenity, yet stringency. Whoever looks then at the sources will find that beyond all distortion and fragmentalization is only Islam without inner conflicts.

Some people may not consider that as correct, but they can seek at least further knowledge, and they can compare. There is no discrepancy to say once mankind is created from earth, and on another passage the result of the discharge of man and woman. The website http://www.cyberistan.org/islamic/muhammad.html offers maybe good insight into the role of prophethood and the true setting of the massively critizised messenger.

I truly see Islam as the greatest blessing given to us, when we just understand to live it as the first followers did. Still there are people who live it that way, without causing enstrangement in their surrounding. Islam is lively, life supportive, honest, clean, does not promote killing though text passages that address the defenders of the believers are taken to justify on one side mischief of so called Muslims, or to condemn correctly what these people do, but misinterpreting it as a falsity of Islam. Who can blame the religion, when its followers deviate from the path of good? That applies on any religion.

With the best wishes I am looking forward hearing, and reading again about the controversies people have on this webpage.

As-salamu aleikum to the Muslims, and Goodbye to the rest,

Ameen Mann

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