Second visit. This time I’m asking him to explain what believing does for him.Ahmad’s love for Islam was obvious. He said that the original context of Mohammed preaching in Arabia his message of love and truth was unwelcome to a people who believed the sword the answer to conflicts. He separates Mohammed’s message of peace, love, and equality with those who eventually came to Islam, but brought their history of inequality of women and constant warfare. They continue to sway the fanatical segments to be “terrorists.”If Muslims read Ahmad’s book, more would be influenced to understand what Mohammed said. Others have written how when Islam spread through the Middle East, Northern Africa, and Southern Europe they were unique conquerers who allowed the defeated to maintain their religious beliefs in peace. Also, Mohammed encouraged the equality of women and men. Women and children were not treated as property as many Arab groups did. Many other good things were discussed that could make Muslims change their attitudes and have pride in their religion without attacking others. And, those from other religions with no understanding of the Quran would see the average Muslim with a new POV.Another strength was His clear explanation of many complicated scientific theories and facts. I found his writing ability, organization, and presentations sound and I highly recommend to anyone as I think it will change many to better separate the Muslim fanatics from the vast majority who see Islam as a religion of peace, love, and brotherhood.
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