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"And do not abuse (defame, revile) those beings whom they invoke instead of Allah, lest they revile Allah out of spite and in ignorance. Thus We have made their actions seem attractive to every community; then their return shall be to their Lord, so He may notify them about how they have been acting. "
  • When the Qur'an orders all the Muslims of the world not to even verbally abuse the deities of other religion, how could it give sanction to the Talibans to physically destruct the statues of the Buddha in this fashion and manner?
  • Alas! They are insulting Al-Qur'an, but they know not. On the contrary they justify their doings from The Qur'an. The events narrated in The Qur'an about Prophet Ibrahim, Prophet Moosa, and the Sunnah of the Last Prophet, Muhammed, (peace be upon them) have been put forward to prove their act as legitimate. How strange that the orders are extrapolated from the informations of the events provided in The Qur'an and Hadeeth, whereas in the above mentioned Ayah there is a crystal clear order not to even verbally insult the deities of other religions!
  • Let us analyze the events narrated about Prophet Ibrahim, which are mentioned in many places in The Qur'an. The references are provided here. It is 6/80-81, 19/41-47, 21/51-68, 26/69-85, 29/24-26, 37/83-99 and at many other places. I would like to mention here a brief gist of all that.
  • Ibrahim (AS) born in the dynasty of Mesopotamia and after getting the Divine Guidance, he called his people towards one and only Almighty. He was totally rejected. His own father threatened to kill him, (19/41-47). Finally, fully prepared for the consequences, he broke the idols of his own people but kept intact the big one so that they could see that these idols cannot even save their own selves. He was in great danger and he faced it. Uselessness of idol worship was proved to them and they realized their guilt. (21/63-67) Still they resolved to put him alive in a big fire in the presence of all the people. Ibrahim (AS) had expected some thing like that and so was prepared for it as he had left any hope in them to accept the oneness of Almighty. It was ALLAH's will to save him from the fire (21/69) otherwise they were almost successful in their scheme. Then Ibrahim (AS) migrated from there and the history has witnessed that Mesopotamia remained no more after Ibrahim had left it.


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