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salman, nigeria - wrote on 5/20/2004 6:45:00 AM
Comment:salam alaekum,that was a good observation,i want to beg our islamic lecturers to avoid half-quoting of the hadiths.May ALLAH guide us to the correct interpretation of what we read.
Mikhail Sunmonu, Lagos, Nigeria - wrote on 5/10/2004 8:17:00 AM
This is a fine observersion and a reminder to Muslims to guide us from committing sins unknowing just as the Christian are attributing what is not to Allah about Jesus Christ.
Kulsoom, UK - wrote on 5/6/2004 10:58:40 AM
Comment:Yeah, the hadith and the Qur'an get taken out of context too often. What's worse is when people are CONVINCED that somethings which are prohibited are actually condoned.
Siraj Sheriff, Sri Lanka - wrote on 5/6/2004 12:34:48 AM
Comment:Assalamu Alaikum, May Allah reward you, your organization and all readers with his blessings and guide us to the correct path. Islam is a universal religion, it reminds and welcomes all to submit to the will of God, not a religion of compultion but conviction, you are right brother, we are confused and need proper guidance. If we follow our belovered prophets (SPBUH) intructions correctly, we will not make enimies, but convince people to look into Islam .
jarinhat, abeokuta,Nigeria - wrote on 5/5/2004 3:57:30 AM
Comment:may Almighty Allah in his infinte mercy continue to increase the writer in knowlegde and wisdom. may this type of article continue to inspire muslims and non- muslims all over the world (amin)
sameera, us - wrote on 5/3/2004 1:41:58 AM
Comment:JazakAllah,for writing such an enlightening article .yes, we need learned people like you to bring into the attention of people,that we cannot quote the prophet out of context for our selfish desires.May Allah (swt) guide from doing more harm to ourselves in order to achieve the worldly gains.
Abdul Mohamed, Austin, Texas - wrote on 5/2/2004 4:41:37 PM
Comment:This is longoverdue article to inform Muslims around the world and nonMuslims as well that either quoting Hadith or the Holy Quran in brief or in pieces to suit ones evil intentions can not be telerated any more. I have read such pieces before from a club to which I subscribe my memnership, and had to fight with several members who supported distortion of facts in translating the small pieces from the Holy Quran. The article will go a long way to educate all. Thank you.
Fatima, Pakistan - wrote on 5/2/2004 3:04:00 PM
Comment:Assalam u alaikum Wa rahmatullahi Wa barakatuhu. Excellent article. It saddens me to see us (Muslims) have really lost the essence of understanding the importance of Hadith and The Holy Quran and Islam on the whole. I am definitely going to spread this article around to create more awareness! All I can say is Jazakallah khair!
khalidah, Jamaica - wrote on 5/2/2004 6:35:30 AM
Comment:Question- r u saying that we shouldnt be fighting, that there is no reason to fight oh what? I am getting very confused with all the recent statements being issued i would like to know if we are supposed to be like the black chrisitians of the 60's and just believe that we shall overcome one day without actually doing anything to protect our life and liberty?
PeacefulMuslima, Canada - wrote on 5/1/2004 11:51:40 AM
You addressed a great concern...I'm always apalled by such quotations. Its so aggravating
and the brother has a point...maybe u should send this article to the 700 Club and such organizations
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