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Karagh, Bristol UK - wrote on 3/22/2012 4:38:20 PM
Comment:i interpret 6. also as that the creation of our differences is a gift from God, so beautiful. That it is a clear sign to all of his existence.
eedris, plateau Nigeria - wrote on 12/22/2011 3:40:15 PM
Comment:Great it's so educating.
zakeena, chennai - wrote on 10/5/2010 11:44:52 AM
Comment:beautiful, mashah allah
sharing it on fb
Anwar Fadzil, Malaysia - wrote on 8/15/2010 11:16:19 AM
Comment:Salam. I've lifted the article and posted as notes on Facebook. Many can share. Thanks.
Waqas Ahmed, Pakistan - wrote on 4/6/2010 2:03:02 PM
Comment:This is realy very nice and informative Article,May Allah guide us and show us the straight path to whole Ummah..Jazako Mullah E Khair
moonaver dhanani, dubai - wrote on 3/7/2010 7:46:00 AM
Comment:very well explained.
Meg, Minnesota - wrote on 2/24/2010 11:54:56 PM
Comment:This is a message for Hasib from Ontario: in Islam, you are correct, God is One with no partners, sons or associates. The use of "we" refers to what in English is called the "royal we". It is another way of referring to oneself (e.g. "we are not amused" used by a queen or king). It is not referring to the commonly used plural "we" in the English language.
This is not just in English but in other languages as well. For instance, in Urdu, the language spoken by millions of Muslims in South Asia, there is the use of "hum", another form of "we" but it is considered a higher level usage of the language instead of just saying "I" like "I think".
Hasib, Ontario - wrote on 2/22/2010 9:45:58 PM
Comment:Hello, can you tell me why it says "WE" at the beginning of the line? God is one and only, then why say "We created you..." ?
Kalsoom Fazal, Pakistan - wrote on 2/14/2006 10:49:04 AM
Comment:This article is really very good and a nice addition in my information
V.M. Khaleelur Rahman, India - wrote on 2/12/2006 11:16:50 AM
I liked your article on brotherhood very much. Islam has taught us that the entire humanity is from a man and a woman (Adam and Hawwa) The differences we see among the people are for the sake of identity. As the Prophet of Islam Hazrat Mohammed (Sal-am) has rightly pointed out, a person cannot be superior on the basis of language, country, community, colour or any such thing. Only those who have good character (Taqwa) are superior.
Your article is excellent. There is an urgent need for such write-ups.
V.M. Khaleelur Rahman
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