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    The Call for the Unity of Religions: A False and Dangerous Call

    • Dr. Saleh As-Saleh
    • TheVista
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    The Call for the Unity of Religions: A False and Dangerous Call
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    The misguided believe that because Christians believe in God, that they are believers and hence the brothers of Muslims. Yes, they are believers… in something… but not in Islamic Monotheism. When the Qur’an refers to the believers, it means believers in tawheed (Islamic monotheism), specifically the belief in “La ilaha ilAllah, Muhammad ar-Rasool-Allah”. To be a muslim, one must testify “La ilaha ilAllah, Muhammad ar-Rasool-Allah”. While Christians claim to believe in one God alone, at the same time, they also worship Jesus as God’s god-like child. Doing so nullifies an individual’s confession of “La ilaha ilAllah, Muhammad ar-Rasool-Allah”. The act of worship in both its major and minor forms, should be reserved for Allah, swt, alone. If a Muslim abandons his salah, he nullifies his Islam and becomes a kaffir (disbeliever). Surely the non-Muslims, who obviously don’t even make salah, are already kuffaar (disbelievers, plural of kaffir).

    • Dr. Saleh As-Saleh
    • TheVista