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Mr. Wajid ali plz tell me what is the definition of a musalmaan?

Asked by gautam, 11 Oct '08 02:40 pm
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DEAR WALID, YOU ARE BLINDED. MUSLIM ARE WEARING MINI SKIRTS, I KNOW THAT MUSLIM ARE EATING PORK, MUSLIMS ALSO DRINK - THERE ARE BARS IN THEIR HOUSES. 'HYPOCRETS'. YOU ARE PERFECTLY RIGHT BY SAYING THAT YOUR APPEARANCE IS DIFFERENT - BEACUSE MUSLIMS APPEAR TO BE ONETHING, BUT THEY ARE SOMETHING ELSE. YOUR OWN WORDS PROVED IT. ISSA SAID ALL THOSE WHO SAY LORD LORD WILL NOT ENTER THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN, BUT ALL THOSE WHO DO THE WILL OF MY FATHER. SO, THERE YOU ARE, YOU DECEIVE PEOPLE BY YOUR APPEARANCE.
Answered by pee, 12 Oct '08 11:34 am

 
  
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I hope ur got the answer from misconception . that pefect and from my side I'm a Muslim for all to see, So very glad and proud to be. Your temptations try to turn my head, But I have chosen Islam instead. Sure I am not like all the rest, I don't eat pork, wear a mini dress. I am special, I'm not the same, My appearance is different, even my name. My God gives me strength, He makes me strong, He guides me right when I go wrong. I am a Muslim for all to see, Islam guides me wherever I be.
Answered by wajid ali, 11 Oct '08 04:28 pm

 
  
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Muslim is a person who submits his will to almighty god - meaning that he worships god as god desires and not as he desires
Answered by misconception, 11 Oct '08 03:47 pm

 
  
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Mr. Gautam, it's been about 5 minutes since you asked this question. I sincerely hope you will get the answer.
Answered by Jagadeesh Khurana, 11 Oct '08 02:45 pm

 
  
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