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Respone to Spanky's "Mohammed was not a prophet"

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Mohammed was not a prophet

Submitted by Zia (Canada), Dec 29, 2006 at 00:50


I'd say you are rather very uneducated about Islam. What Prophet Mohammed prophesized was the action of kind approach and manners. He showed/prophesized patience and to be kind-hearted. I have no clue where you got the whole "If you don't become muslim you'll be killed" idea from but where ever you heard it from, you heard wrong.

I think you may already know that Islam in one part means submission, which is submission to god. In Islam, it does not preach you to kill anyone who isn't or won't become muslim. Infact, if tells muslims to be kind-hearted, patient and loving. It preaches us to explain to people about Islam and the way of Islam. Not to kill people if they don't want to listen to what we have to say or if they don't want to convert to being muslims. Islam tells us to respect every religion there is in the world, wether we like it or not. I hope that helps and clears it up a little? If not, say so and I'll try to reply better.

P.S: If you hear many rumours and such about Islam why not actually do some research on the religion and find out.

~ Zia <3


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