Defend the Eternal Light Muhammad

Amoung these days of great trial we should all go to the mosque and pray and constantly frequent the mosque. The men should go to thier houses to repeat what they’ve learned there. These days our Beloved Muhammad, peace be upon him, is constantly being cursed and jeered at even after he’s proved to the world that he was the greatest man to live. That those who saw him had never seen the likes of him before nor after they’ve met him. Muhammad is Great. We Love Muhammad. Here are 3 ways to defend his honor in such blasphemous days as these. May Allah Grant us all his beautiful Mercy and may he make us a means of spreading His Glorious Mercy. Ameen.

5 Responses

  1. I think you meant to link to:

    http://ilovemuhammad.wordpress.com/2006/02/22/question-how-do-we-defending-the-prophet-shaykh-habib-ali/

    Wassalam.

  2. Salaam.

    I am pretty much impressed by your blog. Even though I am a Sikh, but I respect Islam cause I think your religion is pure.

    Even though the Western world views Islam as a religion that instigates violence, I have no such thoughts and you can be rest assured that there are many wise people in this world who respect your religion and won’t make stupid cartoons on the Prophet.

    The cartoonist no doubt deserves to be taught a lesson. Just because a few fanatics bring bad name to Islam, does not mean that the whole religion is such.

    Thank you.

  3. Unfortunately the cartoonist was somewhat vindicated by the actions of the fundamentalists. He depicted (as we know) a cartoon of Mohammad with a bomb in his turban, and this was interpretted as an insinuation that Islam is at times a violent religion. The reaction? Angry grounds rampaging, destroying buildings and calling for terrorist and violent acts to be commited. Great one. What an excellent way to react to a bigotted cartoon by acting in such a way as to reinforce such a belief.

  4. I think one also needs to consider the context that the cartoonists were publishing within. This was Denmark, where the response to the cartoons was limited. It was only when extremists pushed their cause within the Muslim world that it became a problem. Mullahs rushing around with the original cartoons AND even more obnoxious ones?

    Hate to say it, but it’s a pretty sad state of affairs that this happens and that so many people have fallen for the seductive whisper of the extremists, rather than questioning the actions of the people tearing around trying to stir up hatred.

    In the west we generally don’t get too upset by some of the foul stuff published within the Muslim world about Jews, for example. Could it not be considered a sign of insecurity that such a large amount of people can’t just handle cartoons, blasphemous though they might be?

  5. […] From this we learn that there is a wisdom that its not by his religion that orginally brought others into Islam, it by his extreme manner. He said himself that he was sent as a messenger to teach Manner. Now I most humbly on behalf of the many muslims who’ve commited actions without thorough discussion with other muslim nations, pleade sorry, again. However it is quite understandable that muslims are enraged. As Jack has said before this, “Unfortunately the cartoonist was somewhat vindicated by the actions of the fundamentalists….”. Trust me, it makes many muslims furious, however the majority have the better sense and are not influenced by the opposing media. The Muslims are those that are able to seem profound in the heart of another. We should concern ourselves with hereafter and not of this world. I agree again with Jack when he says, “Hate to say it, but it’s a pretty sad state of affairs that this happens and that so many people have fallen for the seductive whisper of the extremists, rather than questioning the actions of the people tearing around trying to stir up hatred.” Its quite sensable, the logic of this statement. These times are filled profoundly with great trials. May the light of the mu’min be granted upon all the earth, For without a doubt, ALLAH can do everything. […]

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