“Happy Birthday, Muhammad,” the New York Times proclaimed happily last Tuesday in a propaganda piece by Haroon Moghul, the author of a book confidently entitled How to Be a Muslim. I’d say it was a new low for the Times if the Gray Lady didn’t keep stooping lower every day.
Leftists and Muslim groups across the U.S. loudly condemned a billboard along Interstate 465 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The sign contains a simple message which reads, “The Perfect Man,” with check-marked bullet points including “Rapist,” “13 wives, 11 at one time,” and “Tortured & killed unbelievers.”
‘I have noticed that when Muslims are presented with the bare and unvarnished facts of Muhammad’s life as presented in the original sources of Islam written 12 to 14 hundred years ago, they respond as people do when one of their friends or relatives has committed a violent crime. The first response is to deny that the accused could possibly have done such a thing. The next step is to challenge the motivations of the authorities; the police must have doctored the evidence or had it in for the accused. If the evidence presented is inconvertible, the final stage is to argue there must have been a justification for his action; it was an accident or done in self defense. There is no way, according to their thinking, that their loved one could simply have committed a cold-blooded crime.’
You might not find this statement particularly interesting or significant, but consider the notion of “tawhid”, the Unity of Allah. The belief that Islam is, first, last, and foremost monotheistic is probably
Behold the holy tooth-stick of the Prophet! You shall have gingivitis Inshallah!
It is honour of Allah on believers- Muslims to let follow them to His prophet Mohammed even on Miswak also and many more, He introduce them the benefits of Miswak use. That is the reason disbelievers- kafirs are called illiterate, mindless and worse then animals of NOT knowing their Creater, not worshipping Him.
Following a role model can have great benefits. Humans can understand abstract rules of conduct better in the concrete example of the actions of a hero or heroine. Indeed, it’s an essential part of human moral development that we have such stories to inspire our moral imagination and understanding and spur us to action.