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Submitted by Aasif (India), Oct 24, 2013 at 04:48

Muhammedians has been used widely in India during the British regime and thereafter. Government Gazettes of post Independence are available. I do not spot any harm as well if the word Muhammedians is used for us all, nor should you exaggerate it as a 'trouble', because I deem that you believe in Muhammadism. Do you? As far as the mention of the word is concerned in the holy Quran/Koran, then I must say that five times specified salaat is also not mentioned. Should we drop the idea then? No is my answer. What is yours in the case of the word Muhammedians? Eagerly waiting for your reply.

Wishing peace and prosperity for everyone and everything.



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