Muslims Love American People

Do Muslims-outside the US-hate American people? the answer is no. do the muslims hate the US government? Yes.

Are confused with this statement? if you do, let me explain:

The west and particularly the Americans are nice people; they are educated and therefore civilized, well-behaved, and broad-minded (well, majority of them).

many muslims who went abroad to several western countries were so impressive with the way of life of the westerners. many muslims intellectuals who went there also admire the westerners. syed muhammad abduh, for example, the twentieth century islamic reformer and thinker, famously said that “the west is much more “islamic” than the Muslim”. it means, the west way of life and thinking are more closer than what the muslims are.

abduh elaborate: the west is more helping people, the city and towns are cleaner, the education is higher, the discipline is more followed, the hard-work is more known. all compared to the muslims people in muslims countries.

so, guys who read my brief comments on anti-americanism should not misunderstand what i mean; and should be able to separate between anti-americanism (which means anti-america’s foreign policy) and anti-american people.

and please remember, when im saying the muslims, it stand for the majority of muslims. not the fanatics. the fanatics either in muslim or in the west (christian) are certainly not the creatures to be counted for.

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    • Who are the Muslims?

    One billion people from a vast range of races, nationalities and cultures across the globe – from the southern Philippines to Nigeria – are united by their common Islamic faith. About 18% live in the Arab world; the world’s largest Muslim community is in Indonesia; substantial parts of Asia and most of Africa are Muslim, while significant minorities are to be found in the Soviet Union, China, North and South America, and Europe.

    • What do Muslims believe?

    Muslims believe in One, Unique, Incomparable God; in the Angels created by Him; in the prophets through whom His revelations were brought to mankind; in the Day of Judgement and individual accountability for actions; in God’s complete authority over human destiny and in life after death. Muslims believe in a chain of prophets starting with Adam and including Noah, Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Job, Moses, Aaron, David, Solomon, Elias, Jonah, John the Baptist, and Jesus, peace be upon them. But God’s final message to man, a reconfirmation of the eternal message and a summing-up of all that has gone before was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad through Gabriel.

    • How does someone become a Muslim?

    Simply by saying ‘there is no god apart from God, and Muhammad is the Messenger of God.’ By this declaration the believer announces his or her faith in all God’s messengers, and the scriptures they brought.

    • What does ‘Islam’ mean?

    The Arabic word ‘Islam’ simply means ‘submission’, and derives from a word meaning ‘peace’. In a religious context it means complete submission to the will of God. ‘Mohammedanism’ is thus a misnomer because it suggests that Muslims worship Muhammad rather than God. ‘Allah’ is the Arabic name for God, which is used by Arab Muslims and Christians alike.

    • Why does Islam often seem strange?

    Islam may seem exotic or even extreme in the modern world. Perhaps this is because religion does not dominate everyday life in the West today, whereas Muslims have religion always uppermost in their minds, and make no division between secular and sacred. They believe that the Divine Law, the Shari’a, should be taken very seriously, which is why issues related to religion are still so important.

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