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A true Muslim cannot behave the same way

Reader comment on item: Arguing over "Can Islam Be Reformed?"
in response to reader comment: Quranic disasters galore

Submitted by Av Moiden (Qatar), Oct 21, 2013 at 15:11

Dear Gentleman,

As per Islamic teachings, Muslims cannot abuse or shower filth on any prophet i.e. Moses (PBUH), Jesus (PBUH), etc. and we have limitations, thus extremely sorry to say that we Muslims cannot answer in the same way in eccentric manner as you people behave.

We Muslims should respect all the bygone prophets including Adam (PBUH), Abraham (PBUH), Moses (PBUH), Jesus (PBUH) and the last prophet Mohammed (PBUH). Otherwise, we are out of Islam. Therefore, provocative method used cannot force us to adopt the same way to respond to you.

However, be positive and study the subjects particularly Islam without any prejudice and bias and do not present it with false and incomplete informtion you gather from here and there in panic

May God bless you and Almighty gives you Hidhaya as well, and please be noted that several critics of Islam and many atheists as well have embraced Islam later thus we are always optimistics.

Thank you for your comments which in fact helping us to adhere to Islam further.


Av Moden



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