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Reader comment on item: Op Eds Now More Central in War than Bullets
in response to reader comment: Foolish thoughts Syed Mohammad Ali

Submitted by syed mohammed ali (India), Jan 6, 2010 at 07:46

I just suggest the writer to read the hadits and Aayats(phrases) from quran understanding them properly. Like when was the hadit or ayat been told.

For instance when there was an order to fight against non muslims who had captured Mecca, was when a trearty between Prophet Mohammad S.A.W P.B.U.H and the non muslim who had captured Mecca was broken my the Non muslims, by killing few of the travellers to Mecca. At that time it was told to fight against the evil done Non muslims of Mecca that time.

Conclusion of the whole scenario is not keep killing all non muslims always,it was to fight against evil not kill people. In islam killing any innocent person is punishable whether he is a muslim or non muslim.We are not suppose to take away any one life not even our own, as it iss gift given by the great lord Allah.Do not take example of some miscreates (black sheeps) present in our community and generalize the issue.

I please request the writer to be proactive rather than being provocative.

Quran is a book which teaches peaces and harmony, understand things well before commenting .Read Hadits and Quran consulting a knowledgable person, partial information is very dangerous.


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