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immigrant, southeast asia - wrote on 12/2/2009 4:46:24 AM
Comment:Whatever the facts are, we should at least remain peaceful to each other. It's just about respecting other people and their beliefs. The extremists, or whatever they are so called, should not burn or destroy worship places because they could hurt or even kill other people. Besides, we should just mind our own businesses and stop brutal actions toward others because of their beliefs.
Tariq, - wrote on 11/30/2009 2:20:26 AM
Comment:What you have to remember is xmass was never celebrated during the life of the prophet Jesus (pbuh) you need to look up the history of christmass on History channel website for the truth.
Wendy Neill, Uckfield - wrote on 11/27/2009 7:51:01 AM
Comment:Great article. We must all learn to accept other religions. Most of us worship the same God; we should embrace one anothers faiths.
Qaasim Omiyale, Lagos, Nigeria - wrote on 12/29/2005 2:03:19 AM
Comment:The article is to me not so educative as the comments. I love the divergent comments and even ejoy it more than the article itself. I know that each region has its peculiarities. There are people around the world that still behave like the Xtians the prophet allowed in his mosque in Madina. Coming to Nigeria, you have to be careful as there exist a lot of deciet from the Xtian world that we do take their 'lovely extension of greetings and association' with carefulness. All the same we need to promote those things that keep us together. Maa Salaam
Reef, USA - wrote on 12/24/2005 7:55:54 PM
Comment:The man above stated incorrectly, Jesus is very important in Islam and his birth was a miracle and although it is not our holiday this is def. a way to bridge a gap between christians and muslims.. we are NOT here to convert.. we are here to make peace and serve God... its perfectly fine to say merry christmas.. merry= HAPPY... christmass= birth of christ.. happy birth of christ.. he is our prophet as well.. and if other people worship him which i dont think they should thats there problem.. but celebrating the day of his miracle birth is FINE.
Dale Grillot, USA - wrote on 12/22/2005 10:29:48 AM
Comment:This article is quite moving and its message should be shared with all people of all faiths. Especially, those of Muslim, Jewish, and Christian faiths who all praise the same God through our own ways.
Thank you and God Bless
Zaynab McGuirk, London UK - wrote on 12/14/2005 5:32:12 PM
Comment: Masha Allah a very good article. As a convert to Islam for my family I make a big celebration for our Eids involving my children in all the preparation's. I do not get involved in any celebrations with my Cathlioc family in Ireland, we have a very good relationship but I prefer to visit at other times of the year. I do send my father a gift because it may not be my celebaration anymore but it is his. My father has rights as my father in Islam to be treated with kindness and to be looked after in this life by me. When I go to Ireland in Ramadan my father allows me to pray in his house, and when I break my fast he has my food ready for me, this is what Islam is all about tolerance for each other and respect for all. It was nice to read the comments from the christian's who read the article. For me what attracted me to Islam, was the belief in one God, the manners and teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
I am bringing up my children to be proud to be Muslims to understand their religon, and to respect other people's belief. We are all Ambassadors for our Religion always remember Islam as a religion is a perfect way of life for mankind, unfortuntley the people who follow are not perfect.
Azeez Bello, Nigeria - wrote on 12/14/2005 9:15:44 AM
Comment:Salaam to all. The article was quite good but however did not well address the issue that has to do with where your rights as a Muslim are being trampled upon. For example, you work in a Christian dominated company where Xtmas programmes are organised with compulsory attendance. Or where Christmas gift items are being given to you. What should we do in these circumstances. Thanks
Fatima, Nigeria - wrote on 12/14/2005 8:19:34 AM
Comment:Subhanalah...... how could u post such information abt Nigerian Muslims witout findin out if it is true of not no evidence nd approvals.... i read the informative article but was Shocked when i saw the last page saying.....(These are the lessons which need to be learned by those extremists who attack Christians during their worship in Nigeria) plz for Allah's sake as Br Usman Gude Garba, Kaduna, Nigeria - wrote on 12/10/2004 3:13:05 AM that its not a true information abt Extremist in Nigeria... dough they are Islam Extremists everywhere in the world But Nigeria Extremist avent gone to that extent for once.... pls in oder not to allow enemies of islam and the muslims spread their malicious stories alwys find out..
Kirarira Issa, Uganda-Kampala - wrote on 12/14/2005 1:12:48 AM
Comment:It is like you’re a true ambassador of peace and a true practicing Muslim.
In your article, you’re sending a message of respect and promoting tolerance and bearing in mind that it is Allah who create and destroys at his will thus leaving a room for us to respect peoples difference and concentrate on the common good.
The lesson I can draw from your article is unity in diversity. But let us also teach our religion to all human race using the best methods that will maintain total peace.
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