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Sunday, February 05, 2006

Islam and doesn't condone aggressive or violent protests

It is totally wrong for Muslims to act in a violent or aggressive manner, even though the matter at hand is deeply emotional and touches a strong cord in the heart of every Muslim believer.Definately if the Prophet (peace Be Upon Him) was alive he would never condone such acts. Even in his lifetime people mocked and jeered at him, yet he delt with them in such a beautiful manner of tolerance and forgiveness that they eventually became Muslim. He was never one for revenge and even prayed for his enemeies. All out there - read up about this wonderful personality and perhaps an understanding can be gained as to why +/- 1 billion Muslims hold him so dear to their hearts.Indeed he was a mercy unto mankind and he practically displayed that. Please don't judge him or Islam by some ignorant followers who have let their emotions get the best of them - Islam does not condone that at all.Islam means peace, it's not a terrorist religion and Prophet Muhammed (Peace Be Upon Him)is not a terrorist - He was the epitome of perfection and a moral reformer. We his followers should follow his way and not our base desires.

The West can't understand the big hoo-haa of the whole situation but perhaps if it's understood that Islam is not merely a religion -it's a way of life.Islam's moral and ethical code is very strict and in a world where morals and ethics are fast becomming 'outdated'freedom of speech is being taken out of context.Basically the western 'religion' is based on the following the base desires and whatever materialistic pursuits one wishes. In this context freedom of speech is unlimited...but how can that be?A line has to be drawn.God forbid what if it becomes acceptable for daily newspapers to publish pornographic material because of the deterioation of western values...would that fall under freedom of speech because it's 'socially accepted' behaviour?? The whole freedom of speech issue all boils down to values,ethics and morals which is undeniably being eroded in today's society.Islam's moral code is extremely high, it cuts off problems from the root instead of waiting for the problem to occur and then applying damage control.Th clash lies here...

A True Muslim believer loves the Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) even more than he/she loves himself/herself. We believe that He (Peace Be Upon HIm) is the Best of Creation.Don't ridicule our Prophet(Peace Be Upon Him) and don't ridicule our Religion...A true Muslim takes religion very very seriously.And why not?Religion is a very serious thing.

Abu Hurayra reported that the Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) said, "The person who is strong is not strong because he can knock people down. The person who is strong is the one who controls himself when he is angry."

Ibn 'Abbas reports that the Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) said, "...'When you are angry, be silent,' twice."

Aslam said that Umar [one of the revered companions of the Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) ] said, "'Do not let your love be a total infatuation. Do not let your anger be destruction.' I asked, 'How is that?' He replied, 'When you love, you are infatuated like a child. When you hate, you desire destruction for your companion.'"

courtesy www.the-pod.blogspot.com

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