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Quran is from Allah and Hadits is sayings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

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in response to reader comment: Hamid dont know what is Islam!

Submitted by Hamid Mahmood (Pakistan), Sep 12, 2010 at 11:32

Dear Siddhartha,

As I am born muslim I know lot more about Islam than you. As muslim it is my duty to tell the message of Islam to those who are not born muslims. You hate Islam and muslims but I cant hate you because Islam teaches me not to hate non-believers, teach them and set examples by my character.

Quran was revealed to Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) and it was preserved in written. It was compiled after the death of Prophet Muhammad(PBUH). Muslims even learnt it by heart. Allah has taken the responsibility of preserving Quran till the day of Qiyamat. Hence, no one can change even a word from Quran. There are millions of "Hafiz of Quran",(muslims who have remembered Quran by heart word by word).

You said 50% of Quran is from Bible. I dont know that, but I can tell you Islam is not a new religion, but continuty of the message of Allah. It is must for a muslim to believe in all the Prophets and the books sent on them. We muslims believe that Bible contains some word of Allah but lot of it has been changed and Bible is no more there available in origional form. The last book sent by Allah is Quran and now this is the book to be followed by mankind.

So many people are converting to Islam. Listen them on "Youtube". Most of them are Americans and Europeans. Just try to find out what motivated them to accept Islam. There are preasts who have accepted Islam. So many Hindus are accepting Islam. Islam is the fastest growing religion of the world. Why?

I pray for you to get the mesage of Allah and accept Islam.



Hadits are the saying and the ways how the Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) followed Islam.


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