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Reader comment on item: Islamophobia?
in response to reader comment: Re:The Quran is a Miracle

Submitted by muhammed khatib (India), Feb 20, 2006 at 23:07

dear friends asslamuwalaikum
i am a student of mechanical engineering from india and a deep hearted muslim . i do understand the difficulty of non muslims to understand the basic fundamentals of islam.

because of negative propaganda, most of the non muslims have a conflict reach for understanding islam ,and most of them read to the critics and in the light of these critics. they try to understand islam with their negative mind set this is where the problem is and also when they reach out to the muslims they reach those who dont have proper way of presenting islam to them because of their poor knowledge and poor communication, and also some of them act as if they are big scholars. due to this a non muslim is misguided.

the best way to tackle this is first the non muslims must have a reasoning aproach with logical thinking. secondly they should resort to authentic sources and the scholars who are well versed in these matters once again with reasoning aproach.
only then islam can be understood. allah know the best.
may allah guide you

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