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Reader comment on item: [Finding Moderate Muslims:] Do you believe in modernity?
in response to reader comment: Where is modernity in Islam?

Submitted by bilal ahmed (Pakistan), Oct 8, 2007 at 16:44

salam.first of all my friend, let me tell you one thing that our holy PROPHET MUHAMMAD (S.A.W) was the first one to preach modernity.!!!! he came here in this world and developed a civilized society. then he ordered all muslims to study and to seek knowlege.from everywhere.then he was the ist one to rule the WHOLE WORLD. not by the power off sword,but by peace,harmony and love. he preached love and gave equal rights to both men and women.he forgave all the sinners and all their enemies. at the event off FATAH MAKKAH.

from this he preached forgiveness to muslims. islam gives us every thing about every aspect off life.and by the way let me mension your scientists are also taking help from our HOLY BOOK QURAN.and you say islam is not modern ? and when we talk about society. let me tell you that your society is PIRATED.

first civilized society was made by our prophet.and when we talk about knowlege!!!then let me tell you that our muslim scholars provided the basics off all the subjects.and you people stole our books written by our forefathers. so my friend this is modernity and i think i have proved my answer.by evidences.



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