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Could followers of Muhammad learn their mistakes?

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Category: Religion - Islam
Forum Name: Islamic INTRAfaith Dialogue
Forum Discription: Matters/topics, related to various sects, are discussed where only Muslims who may or may not belong to a sect take part.
Printed Date: 17 April 2014 at 11:33am

Topic: Could followers of Muhammad learn their mistakes?
Posted By: Friendship
Subject: Could followers of Muhammad learn their mistakes?
Date Posted: 21 March 2013 at 3:30pm
Assalamu alaikum.

History is the greatest lesson for mankind. The best greatest and concise historical book is the Qur'an.
Today, the PKK Kurdish workers party has announced a ceasefire after leaving 40,000 dead. Their aim was to create their Islamic state. They have certainly failed. Does it mean that Allah is not in support of their claim and intention?
Did Muhammad Rasulullah intend to create a special location and place for his followers when he said he is the only one Allah made the earth pure and anywhere one is he is to observe his prayers according to his Sunna. He did not say to establish the caliphate. President Obama is wrong although sincere to argue that a Palestinian child should have a place to follow the Sunna. President Abbas is deceiving and making a mockery of Pres. Obama. PM Netanyahu is right for the Torah is not a universal Islam today. That is their Shari'a. The simplified version of the written and oral law of Moses (Islam taught by Muhammad) is different from establishing the six safe towns. What is then wrong with the followers of Muhammad that they do not think?


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