I find this news a little bit repulsive as it is a little bit controversional. It seemed like the 82 Muslims was caught are mainly Indonesian labourers. What I think is, this news is invalid even if it is proven true.
As you see I am in high school and some guys would not fast in Ramadhan because of their distinctive cravings towards a cigarette which I profound as blasphemous. There are a lot of people, some in their 40s and 50s that would still fast despite their cravings. This one guy I knew, this year would only fast for 7 days in a month of the Holy Month.
What I would like to say is that sins, could be comitted by anyone. The main point here would be whether they did or did not get caught. There is no reason to give Indonesian labourers a bad name, as even young Malays, or Muslims would have done the same, and might even be worse.
(Assalamaleikum wa rehmatullahi wa barakatuhu wa magfiratuhu) "Peace be upon you and the whole humanity" ISLAM IS THE TRUE RELIGION, IT IS THE LAST AND THE F...
Salma Norezuan's insight:
I have watched this video from top to bottom and I would like any Muslim to actually watch it. This video is about Abdullah, a white man that has found the beauty and Islam by reading the Qur'an and understanding it, believing in it.
We as Muslims would have found Islam as something so inabiding from human nature. Not eating pork, not drinking any alcohol, nothing as most people in this world does. The restriction must have been hard. But Abdullah has lived to love Islam, to abide the Holy Book and believe the 25 Rasuls. He was brought in a different environment, 'the streets' was not easy to live in. But as he found the holy Book glowing, he knew that Islam is the real deal.
By his accent you can see that he was not raised the way we did, he dd not live the way we all did. But don't you find ourselves lucky that we are brought up with Muslim parents, Muslim friends, acquaintances and colleagues, and still not trying to deepen our thoughts about Islam, the messenger and also the Holy Qur'an.
The Herald Catholic weekly will not be allowed to use the word ‘Allah’ in its Bahasa Malaysia edition. In a unanimous ruling, a three-member panel of the Court of Appeal decided that ‘Allah’ was not an integral part of Christian faith.
Salma Norezuan's insight:
This has been such a famous topic on Twitter whereas the government has opposed the use of the name 'Allah' by the Catholic Church in any use, including the publication of the Christian's weekly newspaper, The Herald's piece about God that contained the word in its Bahasa Malaysia edition.
Ultimately I would say that this insight has been completely flabergasted. I could say that everyone is making such a big deal out of it. As you know, Christianity is adapted from Jesus' Holy Book, Injeel. But as you know, or as I know because most people don't even read, I could say that Christians believe inthe same God us Muslims do.
But sadly, the Injeel has been furtherly fabricaed that no Bible in the world has the same content and is altered according to what they like. The Injeel is no longer valid as a new Holy Book has arrived, and that would be the Koran.
Furthermore, Christians would also believe in the Trinity, "Say you, He is Allah, the One.' (Al-Ikhlas: 1) Allah is the only One. He does not marry, he does not have children and the fruit that is embedded in Mary's womb was given by God.
You should not question how He did it. He's God, for anything's sake. And so I would say that Christianity and Islam is too different things, but you need to remember that it doesn't matter what you call it, Allah or God, it is in faith. As 'Allah' translates as God, in any language. So you can't really blame The Herald to use it.
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