Famun Yamul Misqala

  

Above are the last two Ayats (verses) from the Quran, (Chapter) Surah 99, Al Zalzalah (the Earthquake)

I fail to understand how can it be the norms of decency to hold a drawing contest to draw the beloved Prophet (Peace be upon him) of Muslims? 

You are teaching, and giving a clear message “it’s allright to make fun of other people religious sentiments if they are unlike you in their beliefs”.

Can someone explain it to me? 

Doesn’t it violate the basic tenets of Christianity?
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4 thoughts on “Famun Yamul Misqala”

  1. A hate group does not represent Christianity any more than the two dead alleged gunmen represented all of Islam (if they were Islamic). Hate does not require religion, and faith requires that we not hate. But not hating and having faith require work and tolerance and empathy, and hate is so much easier than work. People hate. I hate hate.

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