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aqkhan, - wrote on 12/17/2010 7:51:52 PM
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Comment:I disagree with some comments X-mas it is an innovation (Falsehoods) celebrating the birthday of false Gods (John 3:16 & Psalms2:7), birthday of Son of God and associating other with Gods (Trinity). These are totally against the Tawheed God's Oneness” and foundation of Islam. Quran, 5:2 "Help you one another in virtue and righteousness, but do not help one another in sin and transgression. And fear Allah, verily Allah is severe in punishment". Quran 25:72 “Those who witness no falsehood and, if they pass by futility, they pass by it with honorable (avoidance);” Prophet (pbuh) said: "He among you, who witnesses an evil, let him change it with his hand, if he cannot do that, then by his tongue, if he cannot do even that, then with his heart, and this is the weakest faith." [Muslim].


abdul khan, - wrote on 12/17/2010 7:47:55 PM
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Comment: I disagree with some comments (Quran, 5:2) "Help you one another in virtue and righteousness, but do not help one another in sin and transgression. And fear Allah, verily Allah is severe in punishment". Quran 25:72 “Those who witness no falsehood and, if they pass by futility, they pass by it with honorable (avoidance);” Prophet (pbuh) said: "He among you, who witnesses an evil, let him change it with his hand, if he cannot do that, then by his tongue, if he cannot do even that, then with his heart, and this is the weakest faith." [Muslim]. (Beliefs in Christmas Festival). X-mas it is an innovation(Falsehoods) celebrating the birthday of false Gods( John 3:16 & Psalms2:7) and associating Gods(Trinity). These are totally against the Tawhid God's Oneness” and foundation of Islam.


abdul khan, - wrote on 12/17/2010 7:46:45 PM
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Comment: I disagree with some comments (Quran, 5:2) "Help you one another in virtue and righteousness, but do not help one another in sin and transgression. And fear Allah, verily Allah is severe in punishment". Quran 25:72 “Those who witness no falsehood and, if they pass by futility, they pass by it with honorable (avoidance);” Prophet (pbuh) said: "He among you, who witnesses an evil, let him change it with his hand, if he cannot do that, then by his tongue, if he cannot do even that, then with his heart, and this is the weakest faith." [Muslim]. (Beliefs in Christmas Festival). X-mas it is an innovation(Falsehoods) celebrating the birthday of false Gods( John 3:16 & Psalms2:7) and associating Gods(Trinity). These are totally against the Tawhid God's Oneness” and foundation of Islam.


Rabia Sami, Lahore - wrote on 11/30/2010 9:39:11 PM
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Comment:Assalam u Laikum Warahmatullah wabarakatuhu. May peace mercy and blessing be on all of you. In the above description Abdul Malik Mujahid has picked up some of verses from the Holy Quran to explain clearly that what he thinks is right. But he fails to understand that there are few other verses of The Holy Quran which will not abide by his thinking. The fatwa that Rabia Tariq has provided is extremly true and this Fatwa is Fatwa #83628 on www.Islamweb.net. Every body can read it from there. Abdul Malik Mujahid in his comment has failed to clear for us the real meaning on Christmas. He has hid the real meaning so that his point could not be cross questioned. But in the Fatwa and the comment given by Rabia Tariq it is quite clear to all and I think every human is intelligent enough to judge between right and wrong. " Truth has been made clear from Falsehood", The Holy Quran.


Rabia Tariq, Lahore - wrote on 11/12/2010 11:09:42 AM
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Comment:All that is provided above is extremly true but we fail to know the fact that in Islam there is a meaning for everything. Just like we are told to refer to others with Salam because there is a meaniing for such a greeting. Other greeting like Hello, Hi don't have any proper meaning and as per the Oxford Dictionary they are nothing but forms of greeting. Likewise we can not get involved in Hindu traditions of Diwali e.t.c beacuse there Idol worshipping is going on. By just saying that it is just a happy moment is not a part of Islam. We have to make sure what is this moment for? Why it is being celebrated? How it is celebrated? so on and so forth. Likewise a true Muslim would not attend Bear parties, alcohol parties by just saying "O' it is just a celebration". Now coming to the point, Christmas every one is aware of people of every religion. But if we see here how many number of people ever try to find out the real meaning of it? Do we actully know which religion celebrates it, whose religion is this culture, what is its background and most importantly why is it celebrated? Not many people try to find out. Infact every religion tries to jump in to it and even Muslims joyfully. Just hold on a moment do these Chistians ever jump in to our Eid-ul-Azha, our Eid-ul-Fitr, our Muharam, our Shab-e-Barat? You know why because they know the verse from the Quran:" If you follow people of a particular religion, i.e The Jews, The pagans e.t.c on the day of Akhira you will be raised from among them". This is a warning to us Muslims too!!!Now coming to the real point actully Christmis is a day Christians celebrate on 25th of December to Acknowledge the Birth of The Christ(Hazrat esa) as son of God. They believe that on this day Allah gave birth to Hazrat Esa (noazubillah) because the real date of Birth of Hazrat Esa is not 25 th December rather birth of some Son of God that these Chrstians believe in( Dr. Zakir Naik Peace Tv). But this fact is unknown to many because Christians are very careful about their religion and would never want to convey the Truth. They would rather like each and every person to do as per they and so come to their religion. As pe Quran"the Jews and Christians would never be satisfied from O' Prophet(pbuh) lest you come to their religion". So if a Muslim says Merry Christmis just like the Christians then He too is Acknowleging the fact that Hazrat Esa is the son of Allah(naozobillah)....Beware!!!


Rabia Tariq, Lahore - wrote on 11/12/2010 11:09:05 AM
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Comment:All that is provided above is extremly true but we fail to know the fact that in Islam there is a meaning for everything. Just like we are told to refer to others with Salam because there is a meaniing for such a greeting. Other greeting like Hello, Hi don't have any proper meaning and as per the Oxford Dictionary they are nothing but forms of greeting. Likewise we can not get involved in Hindu traditions of Diwali e.t.c beacuse there Idol worshipping is going on. By just saying that it is just a happy moment is not a part of Islam. We have to make sure what is this moment for? Why it is being celebrated? How it is celebrated? so on and so forth. Likewise a true Muslim would not attend Bear parties, alcohol parties by just saying "O' it is just a celebration". Now coming to the point, Christmas every one is aware of people of every religion. But if we see here how many number of people ever try to find out the real meaning of it? Do we actully know which religion celebrates it, whose religion is this culture, what is its background and most importantly why is it celebrated? Not many people try to find out. Infact every religion tries to jump in to it and even Muslims joyfully. Just hold on a moment do these Chistians ever jump in to our Eid-ul-Azha, our Eid-ul-Fitr, our Muharam, our Shab-e-Barat? You know why because they know the verse from the Quran:" If you follow people of a particular religion, i.e The Jews, The pagans e.t.c on the day of Akhira you will be raised from among them". This is a warning to us Muslims too!!!Now coming to the real point actully Christmis is a day Christians celebrate on 25th of December to Acknowledge the Birth of The Christ(Hazrat esa) as son of God. They believe that on this day Allah gave birth to Hazrat Esa (noazubillah) because the real date of Birth of Hazrat Esa is not 25 th December rather birth of some Son of God that these Chrstians believe in( Dr. Zakir Naik Peace Tv). But this fact is unknown to many because Christians are very careful about their religion and would never want to convey the Truth. They would rather like each and every person to do as per they and so come to their religion. As pe Quran"the Jews and Christians would never be satisfied from O' Prophet(pbuh) lest you come to their religion". So if a Muslim says Merry Christmis just like the Christians then He too is Acknowleging the fact that Hazrat Esa is the son of Allah(naozobillah)....Beware!!!


Rabia Tariq, Lahore - wrote on 11/12/2010 11:08:24 AM
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Comment:All that is provided above is extremly true but we fail to know the fact that in Islam there is a meaning for everything. Just like we are told to refer to others with Salam because there is a meaniing for such a greeting. Other greeting like Hello, Hi don't have any proper meaning and as per the Oxford Dictionary they are nothing but forms of greeting. Likewise we can not get involved in Hindu traditions of Diwali e.t.c beacuse there Idol worshipping is going on. By just saying that it is just a happy moment is not a part of Islam. We have to make sure what is this moment for? Why it is being celebrated? How it is celebrated? so on and so forth. Likewise a true Muslim would not attend Bear parties, alcohol parties by just saying "O' it is just a celebration". Now coming to the point, Christmas every one is aware of people of every religion. But if we see here how many number of people ever try to find out the real meaning of it? Do we actully know which religion celebrates it, whose religion is this culture, what is its background and most importantly why is it celebrated? Not many people try to find out. Infact every religion tries to jump in to it and even Muslims joyfully. Just hold on a moment do these Chistians ever jump in to our Eid-ul-Azha, our Eid-ul-Fitr, our Muharam, our Shab-e-Barat? You know why because they know the verse from the Quran:" If you follow people of a particular religion, i.e The Jews, The pagans e.t.c on the day of Akhira you will be raised from among them". This is a warning to us Muslims too!!!Now coming to the real point actully Christmis is a day Christians celebrate on 25th of December to Acknowledge the Birth of The Christ(Hazrat esa) as son of God. They believe that on this day Allah gave birth to Hazrat Esa (noazubillah) because the real date of Birth of Hazrat Esa is not 25 th December rather birth of some Son of God that these Chrstians believe in( Dr. Zakir Naik Peace Tv). But this fact is unknown to many because Christians are very careful about their religion and would never want to convey the Truth. They would rather like each and every person to do as per they and so come to their religion. As pe Quran"the Jews and Christians would never be satisfied from O' Prophet(pbuh) lest you come to their religion". So if a Muslim says Merry Christmis just like the Christians then He too is Acknowleging the fact that Hazrat Esa is the son of Allah(naozobillah)....Beware!!!


Rabia Tariq, Lahore - wrote on 11/12/2010 11:07:56 AM
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Comment:All that is provided above is extremly true but we fail to know the fact that in Islam there is a meaning for everything. Just like we are told to refer to others with Salam because there is a meaniing for such a greeting. Other greeting like Hello, Hi don't have any proper meaning and as per the Oxford Dictionary they are nothing but forms of greeting. Likewise we can not get involved in Hindu traditions of Diwali e.t.c beacuse there Idol worshipping is going on. By just saying that it is just a happy moment is not a part of Islam. We have to make sure what is this moment for? Why it is being celebrated? How it is celebrated? so on and so forth. Likewise a true Muslim would not attend Bear parties, alcohol parties by just saying "O' it is just a celebration". Now coming to the point, Christmas every one is aware of people of every religion. But if we see here how many number of people ever try to find out the real meaning of it? Do we actully know which religion celebrates it, whose religion is this culture, what is its background and most importantly why is it celebrated? Not many people try to find out. Infact every religion tries to jump in to it and even Muslims joyfully. Just hold on a moment do these Chistians ever jump in to our Eid-ul-Azha, our Eid-ul-Fitr, our Muharam, our Shab-e-Barat? You know why because they know the verse from the Quran:" If you follow people of a particular religion, i.e The Jews, The pagans e.t.c on the day of Akhira you will be raised from among them". This is a warning to us Muslims too!!!Now coming to the real point actully Christmis is a day Christians celebrate on 25th of December to Acknowledge the Birth of The Christ(Hazrat esa) as son of God. They believe that on this day Allah gave birth to Hazrat Esa (noazubillah) because the real date of Birth of Hazrat Esa is not 25 th December rather birth of some Son of God that these Chrstians believe in( Dr. Zakir Naik Peace Tv). But this fact is unknown to many because Christians are very careful about their religion and would never want to convey the Truth. They would rather like each and every person to do as per they and so come to their religion. As pe Quran"the Jews and Christians would never be satisfied from O' Prophet(pbuh) lest you come to their religion". So if a Muslim says Merry Christmis just like the Christians then He too is Acknowleging the fact that Hazrat Esa is the son of Allah(naozobillah)....Beware!!!


Karen, US - wrote on 1/7/2010 9:30:40 AM
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Comment:*** This response is for Michael *** All religions believe that their truth is the ultimate truth. That is the reason they are different religions. Christianity believes that as well. However, in Islam there is a built in accommodation of other faiths. We believe there is no special God for Muslims and other people. There is only One God who created all. Islam asks its believers to believe in all the Prophets and all the books and respect them despite the fact God has told us that their teachings have been distorted over a period of time. Quran also asks believers to have a special closer relationship with the “people of book.” Islam also makes no different which faith you are in, when it comes to justice, neighborly relations, poverty and social justice. People of all faith are equal when it comes to these important areas. These are the ideals which allowed followers of Islam to develop inclusive, pluralistic societies through out its 1,000 year long history of leading civilization in Baghdad, in Spain, in Timbuktu, in Istanbul and in India where Muslims and non-Muslims together built ideals societies which contributed to human growth and development. Of course ideals are something for us to strive for. Sometimes we are closer to these ideals and some time we fall short. May God forgive our shortcomings when some of us end up hurting others and may He bless us to strive for the best of the ideals which He has given us.


Michael, Birmingham - wrote on 1/7/2010 9:08:44 AM
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Comment:In your article you say: "You have freedom of religion given by God to believe in what you believe in." This is a fundamental truth. Yet this truth is not what Islam teaches. For Islam, there is only one religious belief, all other religious beliefs are not accepted as having any real validity equal to Islam.


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