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Islam minus Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is …. (Complete this sentence)

Posted on May 9, 2009 02:50:06 AM

This post is not mine – it is yours. In the comment section below the post, please complete the above sentence and let the world know what you think of such an Islam. Please be concise and brief in your comment (preferably within 70 words). Also no swearing and cursing – we are muslims – we are followers of the person who was never impatient. We are followers of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) who even prayed for his tormentors. This is your chance – let the world know what you think. Below is a brief backgrounder for this issue.

Over the last few years there was a serious attempt to create an Islam minus the holy Prophet (PBUH). Books were published, speakers were hired, a TV channel was also started to trumpet this heinous version of this so called Islam. With billions of dollars behind the movement, it succeeded in recruiting some muslims.

The hallmarks of this movement were clear – Play down the importance of the Prophet (PBUH) using all means possible. Some of these means are given below:
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Don’t say thank you. It is shirk.

Posted on Apr 26, 2009 11:39:59 PM

Photograph of Masjid e Nabawi - taken with my mobile phone
I am a film director/producer and whenever my production goes on air I spontaneously phone people who financed the production as well as the key people who helped me in the production to thank them. I also remember the day I completed my studies, I went to my parents and kissed their hands and wept in gratitude for having given me the opportunity to learn and do what I wanted to do. This is what I was taught by my great teacher Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). To be indebted and to thank people who have helped me in any way.

There is another great debt on me of the person who sacrificed all that he had so that I may be liberated and happy. He smiled and continued his mission while people stoned him and forced him out of his town. He taught me what I did not know and worked tirelessly to establish a system that my family runs on today. He taught me to respect my elders and treat others with kindness.

My parents, myself, my wife and child all felt greatly indebted to that great man and hence we all decided to travel to Medina to thank him. Read the rest of this entry »