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, UK - wrote on 2/22/2006 7:03:20 PM
Comment:the events that we witness today are in actual fact a result of our own behaviour. lets look to our own actions before looking at the actions of others. not a single day passes when we(muslims) do not hurt and abuse the teachings of our beloved Prophet (saw), what do we actually expect from the non-muslims? as each day passes we are in fact getting further and further away from the Prophets (saw) beautiful teachings. Instead of showing anger, we must show peace as advised in the article. instead of going on marches revive the teachings of the Prophet (saw) by carrying out a sunnah.The Prophet (saw) is being mocked as we have lost our true identities and our roots. we have the responsibilty to show the world what islam is actually about.
taraiqbal, india - wrote on 2/22/2006 4:55:51 AM
Comment:I share the veiws given by you and hope all recieve this insight which will help unite the muslims of the whole world, for Allah has indeed said not to retaliate to inducements, for the people are surely trying to incite anger by their such misbehavior. Wheareas if all voice their objections in one voice, then Iam sure No right thinking person can ever criticize us.
David Santen, California - wrote on 2/21/2006 12:51:59 PM
Comment:Excellent article and points. Using Point 1 as the core or basis, I think all other points should rely on this. Keeping the spirit of Pt 1, I would add two for America: patiently, calmly, but firmly challenge Chrsitians and Americans to live up to the words of their own prophet, Jesus Christ, and to actively uphold the US Constitution.
musibaudeen, nigerian - wrote on 2/19/2006 11:46:12 AM
Comment:Asalam this is indeed one of the best solution to fight agaainst islamaphobia in our environment. and exercising sabr is also important if we want to fight this oppression from the European world . May ALLAH assist us . JAZAKKALLAHU KAYRAN
Shabnam Chaka, Leicester England - wrote on 2/16/2006 1:26:16 PM
Comment:i think that this is a gr8 article .masha allah ! the best way to condemn islamophobia is to do everything against it. For example peaceful protests and never to retaliate or to b racist to any other group , bcuz that jst makes ppl more and more islamophobic. jazakallah 4 a very enlightening and useful article.
mohamde hydara, new york city - wrote on 2/16/2006 12:33:05 AM
Comment:first of all I thank allah for being a muslim and we all need to do that in every morning that he wake us up , because as we all know evrything comes after that, and it is great thing for having brothers like you in Islam .pease and belsing upon our pro. and may allah belse you and your family
shadia, Oman - wrote on 2/12/2006 4:05:07 AM
Comment:All should follow our beloved prophet and his seera to fight with Islamphobia
fatima, london - wrote on 2/11/2006 3:44:30 PM
Comment:I would like to thank the brother for such an excellent article. Instead of getting angry, and inciting hate, this article gives very worth while advise, which I think if all muslims followed, would make a difference to how we will be treated.
sayira, India - wrote on 2/10/2006 5:40:10 AM
Comment:It is high time that muslims belonging to different sects unite. We often find that salafis, wahabis, etc criticise sunnis or sufis. Shias think they are the right and criticise others. We all say the kalima. What is acceptable to one sect may not be to another. Let each do what he/she is comfortable with and join together under the banner of the sacred kalima. After all Allah and his messenger know best. And all actions are recorded. So what holds us from first and foremost uniting, then when we ask for Allah almighty's help in one voice, it will come for sure.
Saladin, USA - wrote on 2/10/2006 2:53:12 AM
Comment:May God Bless you and enlighten us all. Peace upon you and yours and upon our beloved prophet.
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