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Posted on May 04, 2006 at 10:43 AM

Salamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatu Allah The first feature of the driving force of the Islamic preaching resides ? in our opinion ? in the manner in which it presented the religious truth and tried to cease the disputes about its subject. In fact the Quran insists with much force and tenacity and affirms categorically not only that all the prophets constitute one and indivisible religious community under the aegis of the Lord: Verily, this Brotherhood of yours is a single Brotherhood, and I am your Lord and Cherisher: therefore serve Me (and no other). (21-92) And verily this Brotherhood of yours is a single Brotherhood. And I am your Lord and Cherisher: therefore fear Me (and no other). (23-52) But also that this unity was primitively that of all men but the successors were the ones who were disunited. Mankind was but one nation, but differed (later). Had it not been for a Word that went forth before from thy Lord, their differences would have been settled between them. (10-19) And always consequent with itself, the Quran does not define Islam as a new Mohammedanism rivaling with Mosaicism and Christianism and disputing them the honour of veracity. But to be a Muslim means to belong at the same time to Moses, Jesus and all the divine messengers, mixing them all in the same respect and giving credit to all their teaching without any distinction between them (2-136:285, 3-84,4-152), Say: "We believe in Allah, and in what has been revealed to us and what was revealed to Abraham, Isma'il, Isaac, Jacob, and the Tribes, and in (the Books) given to Moses, Jesus, and the Prophets, from their Lord: we make no distinction between one and another among them, and to Allah do we bow our will (in Islam)." (3-84) Or rather to belong to God and to follow His will which had successively been manifested on their tongues. From that moment, people will be over schism and rivalry and will find the equilibrium necessary to our interior tranquility.

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