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Dr Zakir Naik and Dr Israr are great muslim scholars of Indo-Pak

Reader comment on item: [Moderate] Voices of Islam
in response to reader comment: Hamid Mahmood And Scriptures

Submitted by Hamid Mahmood (Oman), May 26, 2009 at 15:48

Dear Alam,

You think we muslims should stop listening Dr Israr and Dr Zakir Naik and start following you. God knows what logic and theories you are giving.

No and not at all, Quran and other religious book are not the same. There is lot of difference. Quran has not been changed, not a singal word while other books are not in their original shape at all. Moreover, after Quran no other religious book is effective anymore. Allah has given its final message to humanity.

I can only advice you to stop trying to give your own personal logic and start following Islam as it was preached by Muhammad (PBUH). HE HAD GUIDED MUSLIMS IN ALL MATTERS AND IT HAS BEEN PRESERVED IN THE SHAPE OF HADITS.

Every way of life a muslim is required to live was ttought by Muhammad(PBUH). The way muslims should pray, fast, perform Haj. give Zakat and behave in daily life with other human beings and even how to behave with enemy was taught to muslims by him.

Please clarify if you are a muslim? Do you believe in Hadits? Have you listened Dr Israr and Dr Zakir Naik and do you agree with them.




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