Enough With The Double Standards

Dear Readers,

Following the Manchester incident, I wondered, how this would affect the Muslims in the world. There’ll be some young boy getting bullied in school because he’s a Muslim. There’ll be some Muslim woman told horrible things in the road. Blamed for something which even she herself hates. And the worse part? No one is going to stand up for them. Because everyone is scared of Muslims. Everyone hates Muslims. Everyone thinks ‘Oh well! He/she deserves it. They brought it upon themselves.’ Do they really deserve that? Would you? Given you were in that position? No. You don’t, they don’t, no one does.

First off, this is the most risky post I’ve ever posted upto date. I have been considering it for a while, I thought maybe I shouldn’t do it because of all the hate towards Muslims these days. But I came to realize, if not now, when? This hate just seems to grow day by day. I might never be able to get through to people in a months time. Who knows? Also, death is as unpredictable as it is inevitable. I don’t want to die without saying something which could save someone else’s life.

Secondly, you are AMAZING! Seriously. I’m not just saying it because I want you to be on good terms with me. You are beyond amazing! Blogging has connected me with so many wonderful people. In my previous blog about ending terrorism, Let’s End Terrorism, One Step At A Time, I received so much of positive feedbacks from people that I hardly knew. It was honestly better than I expected. I was anticipating atleast one bad comment about how my religion is to blame for it or something, but none did I get. That made me realise that this world is a not so bad place after all, and that there were plenty of loving, non-judgmental people.

Now, I’m off to my point. While speaking for Islam, I speak for all the other religions when I say,

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Here’s why Islam is not a religion of terror,

1. According to Islam, religion is a matter of choice

The Holy Qur’an states (Ch – Chapter, V – Verse),

There is no compulsion in matters of religion. (Ch.2:V.257)

There is nobody on Earth who can in anyway compel anybody or force anybody to accept the religion of Islam. The Holy Qur’an declares that the freedom of belief is the basic right of all human beings. They can believe in any religion they like and they can become the member of any faith they choose.

This ofcourse proves that ‘Punishment for Apostasy is Death’ and ‘All Non-Muslims must be Killed’ is a myth. (This is something which extremists use and manipulate to have their way.)

Islam teaches us to love both our Muslim and Non-Muslim brothers and sisters.

2. Islam does not promote violence, war or even hatred towards other people –

Islam allows war only if other people take the initiative and start the aggression. The permission to fight back is a basic human right.

And fight in the way of Allah against those who fight against you, but do not transgress. Surely, Allah loves not the transgressors. (Ch.2:V.191)

Note – ‘And fight in the way of Allah’. What may this way be? Here’s a few war ethics in Islam.

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3. You are not a Muslim if you don’t follow the religion properly –

Just because a person is born to a Muslim family doesn’t make that person a Muslim. Only when you die are you determined if you are a Muslim or not depending on your belief in God and how righteous you are.

If a person kills someone else (except abiding the war ethics) in the name of religion or otherwise, that doesn’t make that person a Muslim. Infact, it makes that person exactly the opposite. So is it fair that we label Muslims (the true ones, not the ones who claim to be Muslims) as terrorists? Just because a certain person with a Muslim name or a person who says “Allahu Akbar” (God is great) and kills someone? No, we don’t. We shouldn’t. That’s not right, is it?

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A terrorist is simply, exactly what you get when you Google it, ‘a person who uses unlawful violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims’. This can be any person. But that’s all it is, a derailed person with no love and compassion for human beings. Come on people. We are smart enough to understand this aren’t we?

It’s time we end the stereotype Muslims have been given. Go on, set your example. Love everyone!

With Love.



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181 thoughts on “Enough With The Double Standards”

        1. Hi. Mo Doyle again
          I already posted a reply and actually I think your blog is so unusual and sad. You are so hyped on religion that you can’t actually see the whole picture of the world around you.
          Why in Gods name are you so insecure about been a Muslim.
          Can you answer that, and also why do you feel you were afraid to publish this blog.
          I respect your opinion but I would never ram my religious beliefs down anyone else’s throat.
          Take care
          Mo Doyle

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          1. Hi Mo Doyle, I would never ‘ram’ my religious beliefs down anyone else’s throat. I just believe that what I said needs to be said, because there are plenty people who misunderstand that Muslims are all terrorists, and that’s not right. The risk I mentioned was not because I’m insecure about being a Muslim. I am not, at all. The risk was because anyone could read my post. Anyone could interpret or misunderstand it whatever way they like. So yes, it is a risk to me. This is not an anonymous blog. My name is out there. There could be a derailed person who reads this and ends up wanting to kill me. (Yes, far fetched, I know. But these are the kind of things which actually do happen these days. Sad, but true.) That was the risk, something I still took. So I personally think, I get to chose what’s a risk or not with respect to my choices. I am not ignorant of the ‘whole picture of the world’ around me. Infact, I think I’m very aware of it. Either way, people are entitled to have their own opinions.
            Cheers! 😇

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          2. She is a great writer, didn’t you read her other posts???

            This was her first post directly dedicated to Islam-haters and you know what? She didn’t say anything negative or creepy… sad that you weren’t able to get the message that Terrorism has NO RELIGION;
            As it’s her blog she is free to write about what her heart deserves, you should respect it.

            Stay blessed

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          3. Hi, you’ve got me so wrong
            I’m a passive survivor of a very serious Mental Health disorder and no hater of any religion or anyone else’s beliefs, religion, political or sexuality.
            I respect everyone’s opinion and freedom of speech.
            Love Mo

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          4. I am glad to hear this, after I ve read your comment I was so sad and thought about it all night. As I couldn’t understand why you wrote such negative comment… the mission of her write up was only clearing things… and if you will see my blog (omg you would run away) as it is full with sick write ups 😅😅😅
            Stay blessed

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          5. Hi I don’t know whether or not you have read my blog. I published my last blog the other day. When I get the chance I’ll read a couple of blogs of the bloggers who followed me. I will however have a peep at that blog later on. No don’t keep yourself awake worrying about someone else who made a comment.
            I speak my mind and have as I said respect for all religions etc.
            My passion is actually for Mental Health sufferers and what they go through and the stigma attached.
            http:/tarfbp.wordpress. com
            Look after yourself
            Love Mo X

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  1. Nusrath – thank you, thank you for being a large influence that led me to authoring my blog, “I Am An Ass”
    Like many non- Muslim westerners, I got caught up in the media frenzy and hate mongering. I was laying hate and fear on all Muslims and Islamic’s in general.
    Just like in all religions, be it Catholic, Protestant or Judaism, there are always the extremist factions who misconstrue their Holy Book guidelines and warp them to suit their twisted ideology.
    I do not want or do hate Muslims. I hate the extremists and radicals who are killing our fellow man. I am disgusted by the perverse actions of those who are using a religion to justify their twisted cruelties and pedophile lust. I cannot comprehend how Sharia Law can be allowed in this modern world. I am sickened by the beheadings and torture under the misconstrued interpretation of the Qur’an.
    May Allah, God, Zeus, The Hairy Thunderer, Cosmic Muffin or whoever you believe your maker to be finally intercede and allow all of us to finally disperse prejudices and hatred.
    Until then, I shall remain Dann – just as I am.

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    1. Dann, I just want you to know that this comment is amazing. Really. It’s hard to find a person who is true to himself and admits it when he does something wrong and realizes that it’s wrong. I admire this comment so much. I am also very happy that I was able to atleast make one person actually realize something like this. I’m happy that you actually read my posts and not just ‘like’ it. You made my day! Also, we as Muslims are disgusted by terrorism as well. We probably hate it more because they are tarnishing our religion, ruining our lives, and they even kill Muslims (which never get publicised). I detest the Sharia Law as well! It’s the most inhumane law ever (that I’m aware of). Spread love, let’s make the world a better place. With Love! 😇

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      1. Bless you for the kind words. I am just a man – nothing special. I hope you do not mind, but I just finished a blog whereas I mentioned you and your blog and my comment.

        It’s titled, “I Am Still An Ass”

        I feel, as you do, that if I can touch the soul of just one of my fellow humans, then my wisdom and life have had a purpose.

        NAMASTE ‘

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  2. Very good article, again.

    It’s a pity that each and every religion in the world seems to have two faces, one, that is honestly pure, friendly and filled with a universial spirit of love, and one worldly mask, imposed over the face of love like a cage made of greed for politics and power.
    This instrument has nothing to do with spiritual enlightment and advices for living in peace with another, but with intentions for oppression of the common people by frightening them, all over the world.

    I think, all those great souls who were importand to built the spiritual ideas would be bitterly disappointed by these abuses of authority, leading in the opposite direction of their pure intentions.

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    1. So true unfortunately, but I totally agree. Society has to get a reset button. Hopefully writers like Nusrath and maybe even myself may touch the hearts of others who will spread love and SENSIBILITY to others and so on. Nusrath has a beautiful mindset and it appears through her blog. I’m, personally, happy I am a follower.

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  3. Amazing post Nusrath. That’s an eye opener for everyone who thinks that all muslims are terrorist’s. I have many muslim friends and they are not terrorist’s. We laugh we cry we eat together and many more. I will not blame my friends or their religion just bcoz some psychotic moron bombed somewhere and he was coincidentally a Muslim.

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  4. I come from a country were RELIGION especially Islam is mobilised as an identity mainly for the purpose of political power. This identity is so engrained that we consistently have violence emanating from a certain part of the country.
    As such the line between Muslims and the rest of the society is palpable. I have heard of, and witnessed things; the inhuman consequences of Religious riots. Yet I have many amiable Muslim friends and have been in a tight situation where the only help I received came from a Muslim. As such, it is my estimation here that for a religion with over 1billion adherents, it is morally wrong to classify every one of them a terrorist. If they were, we would be living in the apocalypse.
    The real enemy here I believe are those who have no inhibitions in mobilising and weaponising the religion for the purpose of achieving political ends. Their actions give true meaning to the classic axiom of “one bad apple s(p)oiling the bunch.”

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  5. A friend overheard a Muslim man who had begged his mother to take her hijab off because he didn’t want her to be bullied. These are sad times we live in. Thank you for sharing and clarifying some of the myths that are out there.

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  6. I think that far too many people use crap like religion to justify their hatred. Religion, to me, is the opiate of the masses; religion is where one turns to find peace. While I am not religious (I am actually atheist), I have no quarrel with anyone who is religious. My sister is a youth minister in a Christian church, and I am happy that her faith provides her with an inner peace; just as I am happy that your faith provides you with inner peace. I wish more people understood that we must look at the common ties that bind us together rather than focusing on the details that make us appear different. Our diversity is our strength as a species, and keeps us from boring each other to death. If we were all exactly alike, that would be boring. So I celebrate anyone’s faith, regardless of creed, because anyone who finds some measure of inner peace has found something truly precious.

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    1. Hey Cynthia! You are a really nice person. I hate it how atheists think that their minds are more developed than ours and that they have ‘common sense’ to figure out that there is no God. It’s truly irritating. You, on the other hand, are a really inspiring and wonderful woman. Love! ❤️

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      1. Thank you! It’s weird how I was raised in a very southern Baptist family that really has a lot of covert racism (among many other intolerable things) going on but I believe it was my family (especially my mom) who taught me to respect all people, regardless of differences, until a person has proven s/he is not worthy of that respect. I still boggle my mom’s mind with my unconventional (for my family, at least) beliefs and ideologies. I’ve read too many think pieces by actual theoretical research scientists who also happen to be Christians to think that people of faith are not smart. For so very many people, there is a comfort in faith, and that is not a bad thing at all.

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        1. Your mum seems like an amazing person! Also, yes you’re right, there is some kind of spiritual connection you have with God which makes it impossible to not believe in God for us believers. There is an inner peace. I think it’s something very important. 😇

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  7. I’m a Christian, and I do not hate Muslims. Jesus never promoted hating anyone, so any “Christians” who promote hatred toward Muslims are also not walking in the way of Jesus. Thank you for taking the risk to put yourself out there in this way. I’ll be following your blog.

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    1. Hey there Jeff! I find it so weird when people thank me for posting stuff. I feel like I should thank them for taking the time to read and liking it. Anyway, you’re welcome! You’re the first person who acknowledged the ‘risk’ I mentioned in posting this. So, thank you! Peace! 😇

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  8. Nusrath, I am a Catholic but I have never and God knows never thought myself or my religion better than anyone or religion. I hate all this and I blog about religious fanatics and hypocrites. I had even made a rule on my blog for no religion or politics. Many of my poems lash out at human double standards. With regards to Muslims, I have been to some Muslim nations and have never been bashed, hissed etc. I found so much warm and acceptance in Senegal and the UAE and ate from one tray with the families all on the ground. Even in my country Cameroon our first president was a Muslim and 1/3 of the country is Muslim but we live as brothers. Thanks for this post young lady you go go go

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    1. Hi Marie! Thank you so much! 😊
      I mentioned in a previous reply to a comment that I learnt that for every good thing I do, someone has something bad to say. However, these kind of comments make me realise that one negative comment is negligible, given as to how much love and support I receive in the other comments. So, thank you! Much love! ❤️

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  9. This should not be thought of a risk to publish. I myself am Catholic and have no hatred towards any other religion.
    All terrorists who commit crimes or cause war, are of all different religions.
    Maybe some people hate Muslims, Catholics, Protestant, Jews. So many different religions, sure look at the atrocities Hitler caused against the Jews.
    It all turns down to sick people with no education or morals and no respect for life.
    Cheers Mo Doyle

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      1. Actually Nusrath, I was actually trying to repost my comment to you on your blog today, but, luckily for you it wouldn’t repost as I had already left a comment.
        I actually feel you’re so caught up in your Muslim beliefs that you can’t really see the bigger picture of the world around you. I actually feel sad for you little girl. I think you must live a very sheltered and sad life, unfortunately this comment won’t go public.
        Mo Doyle

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        1. I think I replied to this one in my other reply to your other comment. You think wrong about one thing, I don’t live a sheltered nor a sad life. I actually consider myself to be very lucky to be living the life I am. I am allowed to do what I want, whatever it is that makes me happy (as long as it isn’t something harmful to myself or others). My parents are amazing. So yup, my life is fantastic! Oh and for the record, you can go public with any comment you like. I’m always ready to accept whatever positive or negative comment I get, from anyone (doesn’t mean I won’t stand up for myself incase it’s negative).
          Cheers again! ☺️

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  10. This is probably the second thing I thought about after hearing about the attacks on Manchester which is so, so unfortunate. But this post is so well written and couldn’t have been better explained by someone else, thank you

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  11. I don’t understand why society blames terrorism on Muslims when so much of the human atrocities caused through genocide have stemmed from white supremacists espousing nothing but blind hatred and ignorance. I was raised in Christianity and if anything, it put Me off religion altogether. Christianity did its fair share of terrorism over the past millennia or so! And we’re still living with the effects of that!
    You Do You GF 😉 Great post!

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  12. I’m thanking you because you had the courage to write this at a time when it’s considered taboo to be a Muslim. When we are judged every day for something as basic as saying Allah instead of God. Even though it means the same thing.

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  13. I agree with your opinions!! As an individual thought for me humanity is the biggest religion!! Terrorism and violence increasing in the world is not because of a particular set of people belonging to a particular religion!! They actually are not worth being calling good humans and I believe there acts are not defined and taught in any religion!!
    Love, compassion, living together is what the God wants. He have not divided the society. Humans with wrong perception have created havoc in beautiful place where we live!!

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  14. Ignorance is the enemy here. People need to be informed and educated, not swayed by erroneous thinking. Each of us is free to think for ourselves, not follow blindly without question. To generalize is a lazy way to deal with things and people. To think all are bad because one is bad is an example of this. There is good and bad in all of us, it is a matter of degree. Beware of labels! Each of us is a unique part of the whole, like drops of water in the vast ocean. To be open to our common good is a starting place. Look for the good in people and we will find it!

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      1. Don’t you think that if you looked at their history, you would find the reason that they turned against the world? Children aren’t born bad. Somewhere along the line the system failed them and/or their family. Poverty and lack of education would probably top the list. Starting there might be a good thing and save a lot of suffering. As you said, we need to send love and understanding out into the world.

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        1. Yes, I get all that. And I do agree with you totally. I was just stating the obvious. People, specially the loved ones of victims who’ve lost their lives, won’t like us “looking at the good of terrorists” and sympathetizing them. It’s only fair after all the pain they’ve been through.

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  15. I see you have many comments in response to your excellent article, but thought I’d leave my few words, too. You’re right that terrorism has no religion. It’s a power trip. there are Muslims who persecute other Muslims. There are countries where two factions of “Christianity” are at war in spite of the fact the Jesus says not to take up weapons. Religion can be a cloak vicious or greedy people hide behind, but most religions teach peace.

    As you have seen from blogging, not everyone hates Muslims. A lot of people want to be fair. Hate crimes are committed by people who are not happy with who they are or their place in society. I always say, “People who feel good about themselves don’t go around kicking dogs.” But when someone is angry inside, he has to lash out. So he finds someone to take it out on. Christians, Muslims, women, men, gays, blacks, Mexicans, the rich, the unemployed, teachers, prostitutes. We’ve seen hate crimes committed against all these groups.

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    1. Thank you so much for taking the time to type all this. Yes, I’ve grown to love blogging because of all the wonderful people out there. Not everyone is naive to hate Muslims add think they are all terrorists (why I say Muslims because that’s what’s going around these days, like you said this could be any set of people). I love this comment. We should learn to be non judgemental, it’s difficult because it is human nature to judge, but we should still learn it. Keep spreading love! Regards! 😊

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      1. You’re welcome. (I always love giving my opinions. 😉 )

        Jesus told his critics, “Judge righteous judgement. Not that we should never judge, but that our judgment should be fair, based on truth. So I hesitate to call this prejudice or hatred “judgemental” because judgment implies justice, facts, and fairness. Whereas I was describing people who project their own self-loathing onto another person or group—someone(s) who represents “the enemy” without just cause.

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  16. Aftermath: my wife travelled through Manchester the other day: no Muslim women on the street, the Muslim youth cringed down in his seat away from the bus window as it passed the bombed Arena; Muslim shops still open, but with steel shutters down, people watching from the doors.
    To be a Muslim now in Manchester must be a living nightmare: guilt by association. This is terrible all round.

    And so much of the response depends upon instant response, not considered, thought-out, argument. And the media is responsible for that, including the internet.

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  17. I’m not a Muslim, I’m actually a Christian and I think my religion (or any other religion or non-religion) can appreciate such a wonderful and timely post from you. ♥ This is a good read and I hope more people get to see this. 🙂

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      1. I thought you might say something like that 😊 Maybe this will help to clarify it for you a little 😀

        Religion is a system of beliefs or a code of moral conduct that judges (qualifies or disqualifies) a person based on their adherence and obedience to certain codes, rules, laws, traditions, or the performance of required acts.

        Religion (almost universally) is enforced by those in power in an attempt to maintain, increase, or abuse their power over others. Religion is the creation of man and is not the intention or design of God.

        When you practice religion, your relationship with God is degraded to a mathematical formula. Do this, then do this, don’t do that, and presto. . . you are right in the eyes of God. This is TOTALLY missing the point! God wants so much more. He wants to have a real relationship with you. He wants to show his love to you and He wants you to love Him. 🤗

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        1. Thanks for sharing this! I like this comment, whether I agree with it or not. Each person’s beliefs are different. I do love God. But I also, follow my religion (although not perfectly) because there’s a sense of calmness or peace which religion gives me. It is difficult to do everything as guided by religion, but I believe God will forgive me because God loves me. 😇

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  18. Nusrath, I grew up in a Christian family. As an adult I came to the conclusion that the man made constructs of organised religion were designed to fit God in a box made by man. That will never work. So I now say I am spiritual – with a deep and strong faith in an unconditionally loving Creator of all creation – all creeds, all races, all nations. We stand united as humanity, bound by Love. No terrorist or fanatic can change that. In fact, it seems that it is serving to unite humanity ever more strongly. One of my dearest friends is a Muslim and we often discuss the issues you raise in your post. Like you, she abhors those who say they are Muslim yet commit atrocities that fly in the face of the religion they claim to follow.

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    1. Hey Raili! Thank you for taking your time to comment. It was lovely hearing about all this. Yes, in a way it does seem like it’s serving to unite humanity ever more strongly, but being a Muslim it’s slightly difficult to completely agree to that given all the hate towards Muslims. I feel like people stay united but they put the Muslims in a box. Not all people though, obviously. I just hope it gets better and not worse. The unity and the love between us humans!! Love! ❤️

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  19. Dear…first of all tysm for such post and Gratulation for your courage to write abt such” risky ” topic

    I was thinking how I should write abt this, as I felt like it is my obligation to stay for my religion, more then ever in such hard times!

    I loved this so much that I reblog it, with your allowance of course 😇❤️❤️👌🏼

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    1. I’ll be honoured. Hehe.. Thanks so much dear. For such kind words. It really does mean a lot to me specially when there’s people who are really rude about me writing this. Anyway, thanks again! And ofcourse you can reblog this, I’ll be honoured! Much love! ❤️

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      1. I saw some of them… really silly people…because this is your blog damn and you are free to write and blog anything you want!! They have to respect!! And despite all this you didn’t even write something wrong or negative!! This shows only how much they hate our religion and you know what? It’s their problem ✌🏼
        You showed the truth and if they still want feel offended, hey it’s their problem 😘
        Keep writing you are great blogger❤️

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  20. Thank you for this post. I’m reminded of the people who call themselves “Christians,” but who are not living as Jesus taught. The war ethics chart is comforting, even if I find it strange to write war and ethics together like that. I’m not sure if war can be ethical, but it is a reality, so it’s good to have those boundaries.

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    1. Yup, I get what you mean. War does not go together with ethical. War is not ethical, but I think the ‘war ethics’ were created incase someone else attacks you and you have to defend yourself. You still have to know your boundaries and not cross them. 😰

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  21. The truly evil are those who misrepresent holy writings, of whatever religion, to convince others that they are justified, or even commanded, to do unspeakable deeds against all ‘non-believers’.
    It has to be accepted, though, that at present Muslims seem to be more vulnerable to such misinformation than other religious groups.

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  22. My neighbor is a strong Muslim, I am a Christian. We understand each other very well. Her children can spend the whole day with me so does my children spend time with hers too. Sometimes I don’t buy pork because I know her children don’t eat it neither will i give them gelatin. That is how much I respect and love her and the children. I don’t think terrorism has anything to do with religion. I come from Nigeria , in the northern part, there has been a lot of killings and these are predominantly Muslims because truly if its about religion there won’t be a struggle.

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  23. Dear friend,

    First of all we all are human being and we should also treat us as human beings – hate is no option – hate separates and reduces to a huge extent the ability to think clearly, to see things clearly and calmly – unfortunaetly even in all religions God’s name was abused – in past and in presence – to kill in the name of God is only a coward alibi for those who live in hate, fear and disharmony with themselves – they try to infect others with their boiling blood, make even promises that they come in heaven and get this and that – if they would know that we all are measured by our deed, even thoughts and words – which comes back like an echo – they would not do it again, they would start slowly to get some consciousness and slowly have some fear of what they are doing – their doing will not be unanswered and they have surely to pay a high price for it (not by us wordly people – but under God’s law…)

    Man made religions but God made man – we all are His children, no matter which name we give to our Father, no matter which religion we belong to and no matter what is our skin-colour and nationality – we all are drop of the Ocean Almighty – if we understand it no longer we put barriers between religions but see us all as reall brothers and sisters in Him – we should have respect to all relgions and they all have one thing in common: LOVE and only with love we will find the light of the life – so each of us has to start to brng a change in the world, each of us has to become responsible towards our deeds, thoughts and words – therefore, we should not wait that others do the job that only we can do ourselves, each of us a drop in Him – to become responsible means not just seeing the mistakes of others but first to see them in us and erase them as good as we can – then we become also humble.

    Thank you for your courage to share this subject.
    May God bless you and your family, may we all develop the understanding and consciousness that we all are sitting in the same boat…

    Have a nice day
    Didi

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    1. Very true! We shouldn’t find fault in others, inside dig deep and make our faults. Then we can show our example and spread love. Thanks for taking your time to type this all out. May God bless you and your family too! May God bless all of us! Love! 😇

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  24. Thank you so much for following my blog. I love what you have written – keep going! The world is so crazy right now, and I don’t know when it will all end. I just wish everyone would get along and mind their own business and not judge people on their religion or clothing or skin colour or anything else for that matter! I’m sorry you’ve had to be scared of publishing your posts…it makes me sad that you (who are not writing anything offensive or hateful) have to be scared, when another person, writing hate-filled and bigoted posts, can feel absolutely justified and almost entitled and protected. It kinda sucks. Just keep doing what you’re doing. We’re behind you 🙂 Also – there’s been a few negative comments here – please, please, please ignore them. They’re not worth your time.

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    1. Thank you so much Annie (I’m assuming that’s your name)! This comment really does mean a lot to me. There’s so many wonderful people, like yourself, who takes the time to type such a supportive and friendly comment even when they don’t even know me personally and don’t even have to. That’s very special in my opinion. I love you for this! Also, thanks for being behind me. Really appreciate that as well. I shall ignore the negativity around me. It helps a lot when the positive overpowers the negative, and that’s what’s happening to me, so I’m eternally grateful. Much love, Nusrath! ❤️❤️❤️

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  25. You have done a great job. I appreciate your gallantry efforts to pour your thoughts to the world. No religion is bad, but in the name of religion many people commit offence and taint the religion. You have written in a decent manner. You have taken a big step and tried to change the mindset of people through writing these post.

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      1. Most welcome. I would love to know your religion with your eyes. In your next post, would you please tell something about your religion customs or something interesting, just asked out of curiosity. It’s not necessary Nusrath to write about it.

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  26. Great post. I too feel that just because someone is born into a Muslim family doest make that person a Muslim just like a person being born to a Christian family doesn’t make that person a Christian.

    So, all religions no matter where they’re from doesn’t Define who the person is some can be labeled a Christian and not actually follow Christ

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  27. Thank you Nusrath for the wonderful post. It takes courage to speak the truth especially when there is so much hate in the world today. The comments however were inspiring and motivational. It truly is heartwarming to know that there are people out there who make the world a better place.
    I also thank you for following me! I just hope and pray that my blog will be able to positively affect the lives of as many people as yours do

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    1. Thank you so much Naqeeya, for taking your time to comment on this. This made me smile. And yup, very true about the comments. There’s so many good, unjudgemental people out there, but sadly we mostly get to know about the bad. This blog made me see the world clearer. Yours will do the same for you. Just keep writing and keep going! 😇

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  28. Proves a point I’ve been making for several years now, Islam is a religion of peace and the cowardly terrorists are NOT Muslim any more than I am. Love to you and to all who follow the teachings peacefully regardless of the religion they follow. Love Trumps Hate every time.

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