Why Indian love Salman Rushdie (Non-Muslims) when they hate muslims This Question has not been asked by me : I wonder how it is reflecting as asked by me?
In its essential form, the story reports that Muhammad longed to convert his kinsmen and neighbors of Mecca to Islam.
As he was reciting Sra an-Najm, considered a revelation by the angel Gabriel, Satan supposedly tempted him to utter the following lines after verses 19 and 20 ("Have you considered Allt and al-'Uzz / and Mant, the other third?")
These are the exalted gharniq, whose intercession is hoped for.
Allt, al-'Uzz and Mant were three goddesses worshipped by the Meccans.
Discerning the meaning of "gharniq" is difficult as it is a word found only in one place.
Commentators wrote that it meant the Numidian cranes, which fly at great heights.
The Arabic word does generally mean a "crane" - appearing in the singular as ghirnq, ghurnq, ghirnawq and ghurnayq, and the word has cousi ...more
I do not love Salman Rusgdie but I love Jameel Ahmed, and my best friends include one Shabeer Ahmed Khan, Syed Hafeez ur Rahman, Parvez Akhtar, Shafiqur Rahman Alam, Shakeel Ahmed.. and many others. The persons I admire most include, Akbar, Aurangzeb(for different reasons), APJ Abdul Kalaam...Md. Rafi, Nargis Meena Kumari Madhubala and many others.. Religions never come in between love and liking... Whosoever has asked this has very little understanding of a common Indian man...