You Celebrate 9/11 (By Burning Our Sacred Books?)

Firstly before saying anything let me link something..

There.

Let me begin with asking one simple question. What is a religion? Now of-course the most basic thing that will be coming in our minds is that it’s a set of beliefs to help lead people a straight and.. Good life. Christianity, Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, Judaism (to name a few) and even Islam teach the same thing. Lead a good life. Lead a good life. Be kind. God is not unmindful of what you do. Thou shalt not wreak havoc. Thou shalt be kind for God loveth those on the straight path.

I came across this link with utter disappointment. The West still blames the 9/11 on Muslims. Okay, then the Muslims blame the West for Palestine. Blame the West for Iraq. Blame the West for Afghanistan. Now does that make us equals?

Of-course not.

The Christians now are (and always were) against the Muslims [edit: I wrote this statement keeping the Draw Muhammad Day and all the recent anti-Muslim events coming up. If you’re not with them, I didn’t mean to offend you!]. But I can’t believe they are going to get to such extents to BURN OUR SACRED BOOK. I thought even Christianity says about not disregarding other religions and living in harmony. Am I wrong? If not, then surely this Church is not Christian at all. Pastor Terry Jones says “We believe that Islam is of the devil-“. Oh how so undevlish of you to accuse a religion of being wrong and deviated and then burning their Sacred Books without daring to read what’s inside them and throwing away the opinions of a One and a half Billion plus Muslim opinions.

I repeat. Islam is NOT the religion of the Devil. If he blames 9/11 on Muslims, let it be known that this was classified as a terrorist act. Why does he not look back in his country. Robbing banks, Rape, Murder is that all so non-terrorist? Then supporting Israel on what it’s doing to Palestine, that’s very holy and angelic yes? The fact that America entered Iraq was so divinely and unarguably right. Of-course why not. Terrorism exists in people, not in religion. Even in my Islamic country of Pakistan, terrorism is condemned.

Another quote from Terry J. “I mean ask yourself, have you ever really seen a really happy Muslim? As they’re on the way to Mecca? As they gather together in the mosque on the floor? Does it look like a real religion of joy?”. Well well well, mr.Jones let me answer you on this one. I guess you really have no idea about what Islam teaches Muslims afterall. When WE go to Mosques, when WE go to Makkah and Madinah, when WE pray at home, it’s not always that we should be giggling. Muslims FEAR their Lord. It’s not a fear of what you get when locked in a room. Not a fear of never again touching a candle because it burned you, it’s a fear of not being able to make it to Heaven. Fear of committing sins and not being pardoned. FEAR OF OUR STATUS IN SOCIETY, THANKS TO PEOPLE LIKE YOU!

If you define joy as getting drunk around the streets and slacking off in casino’s and strip clubs, I’m sorry to say that is one wretched definition of joy. Just one more thing though. Atleast we Devils do not burn your Bible.

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    • Kittie
    • August 3rd, 2010

    “The Christians now are (and always were) against the Muslims.”

    Personally, I don’t agree with this statement, cause :
    1. This really can make us hating each others (Muslims and Christians) when some people read it.
    2. in real life, you will find that some of Christians are having a get along life with Muslims. It’s just part of some people who are not so responsible by causing some issues and causing them to hate each others which will lead us to fight or the worst, war .

    Remember what our Holy Prophet Muhammad taught us about maintaining peace in our daily lives when he was about to spread Islam to the people that time ?
    they hurt him so bad, but he’s being so patient and believed that they would change and be in Allah’s path, and also he respected them in such ways, like he stood up when one of them was dead and passed through him.

    and in my opinion, silence means gold, don’t be so burnt by what they told about us and everything, soon or later they will know which one is right and which one is wrong ;)

    • Sorry Kittie, guess I lost my temper while watching the CNN Link.
      Definitely, I agree that not ALL Christians are against us, however I wrote this keeping the ‘Draw Muhammad Day’ and everything else that’s been happening here recently.
      Bingo. Patience is the key. But I’m afraid when events like this come by, not many Muslims would remain quiet.

        • Kittie
        • August 3rd, 2010

        at least now we can remind each others about patience, and calm them down who’s already heated up by any issues :D that’s what Islam’s thought us, so we can show everyone about love in Islam :D

    • zahir707
    • August 3rd, 2010

    Backlinking to my blog post is a real good way to grow your blog with others -.-

  1. I have a Christian American friend and I’m a Muslim Pakistani and the religion difference doesn’t bother us at all. =P …Though I must agree that we have been projected as senile savages by the world. =[ I’m not going to say that it’s all unfair because with all the growing religious extremism going on, most of the time, it’s the supposedly the Muslim faces we see terrorizing folks.

    • Most of us do have them, even I, and they too are against this ^^’. It’s just the media and the psychotics following them that keeps dubbing Muslims as terrorists, though there are some channels that don’t, but well, the general Christian population is against this. About the Muslim faces.. once again, I think the situation in Afghanistan and Iraq was none other than terrorism. But the media never showed what the West did there, just their progress AGAINST the Iraqi’s..

  2. We just have to be tolerant. Our intolerance was the one that got us in hot waters. I’m not going to point fingers at any religion but I will say the media has been against Muslims and not showing what kind of barbarity people face in Kashmir or Palestine.

    • I’m sorry but, Draw Muhammad Day was enough tolerance for me. This is beyond patience :)

  3. Agreed. That was extremely sacrilegious.
    Lol but my country isn’t exceptionally good to its minorities so I have to practice tolerance when I’m surrounded by intolerant fanatics to wash off the sins my people committed. Hahaha. I might sound a little emotional. :p but point duly noted.

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