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Why critisize

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Submitted by Abdul-Habib (Canada), Mar 12, 2010 at 23:16

My dear brother, you have a lot of points that are very true.

But if you were a true muslim, as i hope you are, I would like to advice you one thing.

In Islam, whether a speaker, Imam, Pope, or anyother person in the world is incorrect about something, please do not try and correct his message publicly.

It is best to keep quiet or pull the person aside and tell him about his faults.

Remember one thing only, only the prophets were perfect, and maybe the speakers were trying to push the islamic spirit in everyone in different perspectives and approaches, but you can not just critisize them because you and others did not agree with them.

"All-knower" is watching.

Abdul

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