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Allah is God.

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Submitted by Nuray Kayakol (Portugal), Aug 21, 2005 at 15:04

Dear Friends,

I strongly recommend you to read Quran. You will notice that it is coming from the same source, God. Hz. Muhammed (s.a.v) didn't create a religion himself by stealing some ideas from Christian & Jews, as claimed. All Muslims worship to Allah, not to him. Think about it.
Quran is the last version of the holy books from God. Christians & Jews don't accept this because it is NOT written in their books, early versions. But we Muslims accept all previous messengers. Because it is written so in our holy book. This is so simple & cristal clear truth.

The life of Hz. Muhammed (s.a.v) is very well-known. He was a messenger, a husband, a father, a commander, head of the state. I strongly recommend you to read his life so that you can see why he deserved to be chosen as a messanger by God.

I saw some critics about Hz. Muhammed (s.a.v) on givings order to kill his opponents. He was the commandar. He was in charge to protect his community. Any commander can give such orders for good reasons. He punished all the crimes against rules of Allah, not against himself. The Jewish messenger, Moses also killed a man to protect his friend.


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