- The Ashtiname of Muhammad, also known as the Covenant or Testament (Testamentum) of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad, is a document which is a charter or writ ratified by the Islamic prophet Muhammad granting protection and other privileges to the Christian. Original letter below.
- Prophet Muhammad expressed great contempt for a Muslim who mistreats a non-Musim. He warned:
He who unfairly treats a non-Muslim living in a Muslim State, or undermines his rights, or burdens him beyond his capacity, or takes something from him without his consent; I will be his opponent on the Day of Judgment.
- It is well-known that Islam equates the killing of one person to the killing of all humanity (Quran)
My Point: People pick what resonates with them from the system / religion they are in. There are peace options in Islam, there are fighting options in Islam. If you have pre-concieved idea and start looking for it in any system (capitalism, socialism, communism, religion, etc) - you will certain find it.
I think the current Pope is on right track but he is moving a bit too fast (and maybe too far in certain aspects). Lets hope, his efforts of peace will bring a positive change in the worldDiceMan wrote: ↑Mar 19th, 2017 10:52 pmAt its core, isn't it a meaningless act to allow Islamic prayers in the Vatican? I mean the Pope, as the head of Catholosism, would have complete faith that his and only his religion is the utter truth of how the universe works. If the Pope doesn't believe this then he shouldn't be Pope. Now, in having Islamic prayers to Allah in the city of God and his son Jesus, wouldn't the Pope (and presumably the rest of Christianity) consider that the Muslims are praying to a complete fallacy and disregard the prayers as pure fiction? I'd think to Catholics, it would be nothing more than having a screening of Star Wars Rogue One in the Vatican.
And the same comments apply to having Christian prayers in Mecca.
Dont you mean God?
How will we make money from wars if two biggest groups live in peace? :p
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