WHAT MUSLIMS NEED TO LEARN ABOUT CHRISTMAS

Muslims Need to know about Christmas :

My dear siblings and sisters the reason I am composing this article today is a direct result of a national celebration that happens and 25th December that is the celebration of Christmas.

And it is a decent open door for us after (Surat Al-ikhlas) to educate our young siblings and sisters concerning the truth of the Prophet Jesus Christ (peace be upon him), about the truth of who Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) is and why we as Muslims love Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) and why Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) is our Prophet and how our convictions are not the same as the convictions of everyone around us.

This is the correct time to tell our young siblings and sisters of this incredible man :

And this extraordinary identity and what we accept and believe about this man and what and how our convictions (beliefs) are not quite the same as alternate convictions (beliefs) in light of the fact that a significant number of our young youngsters they ask us for what valid reason don’t we observe (celebrate) Christmas?

For what reason wouldn’t we be able to have a Christmas tree?
For what reason wouldn’t we be able to do this and we do that?

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What’s more, to this we react that my dear siblings and sisters, Allah has made distinctive individuals upon various religions and every individual ought to pursue his very own religion particularly when they trust this religion is correct.

Indeed, my dear siblings and sisters, we endure different convictions 
(beliefs) and we enable others to accept as they need to accept. Islam does not drive anyone to think anything besides rather we do have confidence in reality that Allah is one and we say that anyone who accepts other than this (Islam) isn’t right and mixed up in such manner and we don’t lecture prejudice.

We don’t lecture scorn (hatred) of others :

Yet we do lecture that Allah is one and anyone who accepts other than this, they are mixed up in their conviction (belief) and it is dependent upon them and Allah will choose their destiny yet our activity is to lecture (preach) and our activity is to tell others our convictions (beliefs) and it’s their activity on the off chance that they need to tune in or on the off chance that they would prefer not to tune in and that is among them and Allah.

So we tell our young siblings and sisters that each religion has its very own long periods of festivity (celebration), its own heavenly (holy) days Buddhists don’t praise celebrations of Islam so we don’t observe Buddhist celebrations.

Christians don’t praise (celebrate) the celebrations of alternate religions like Hinduism and correspondingly we as Muslims we don’t commend (celebrate) the sacred long periods (holy days) of different religions in light of the fact that by commending those heavenly days maybe we are commending the idea driving the heavenly day and for some Christians the 25th of December is the festival of the introduction of a man they called the Son of God (Astaghafirullah)

And we don’t trust God has a child so if we somehow happened to praise that day maybe we also are stating or we trust that God has a child (Nauzubillah)

And we don’t trust that God has a child (son)

So we say to them that we are not going to celebrate on this day despite the fact that obviously our religion instructors as great habits and we can state to them a nonexclusive explanation, for example, ”may God favor (bless) you, for example, ”may God direct (guide) you” we ought not say ”Merry Christmas” on the grounds that these expressions could be hazardous we would prefer not to favor Christmas.

We don’t have faith (believe) in Christmas,

We don’t trust Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) was the child (son) of God and we’re commending his introduction to the world thusly yet we can state something conventional, for example, may ”God favor (bless) you, for example, a ”glad day today” something like this that doesn’t utilize the word Christmas doesn’t utilize any Christian motto or Christian expression.

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We can make a conventional expression (generic phrase)

And we as Muslims it’s a decent chance to tell the general population around us that we likewise put stock (believe) in Prophet Jesus (peace be upon him) to such an extent that no Muslim can be a Muslim except if and until the point when he cherishes (loves) the Prophet Jesus (peace be upon him) and he trusts (believes) in Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) and it is totally passable to state Jesus Christ since Jesus Christ is the Latinized adaptation of al Masih Isa.

Al Messiah is a Christ implies (means) the one whom Allah has blessed, Messiah implies (means) the one Allah has wiped, blessed, he’s been picked (chosen) and Christos is the Latinized of Al-Masih, Christos is the person who’s been blessed so they say Christ is Messiah, this is the English or the Latin interpretation and Isa which is the Aramic of Isa, when they made an interpretation of it to Latin, it moved toward becoming Jesus (peace be upon him) so there’s nothing amiss (wrong) with saying Jesus Christ (peace be upon him).

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He is Christ, He is Messiah and Allah calls him in the Quran: ”Al-Masih Ia Ibnu Maryam” in excess of multiple times in the Quran.

Allah says: Al Masih ISA, Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) so we can state Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) and we should state that Christ is our Prophet and we adore (love) Him.

And no Muslim is a Muslim until the point when he has faith in Jesus Christ and you know my dear siblings and sister that Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) has been honored in manners that no other Prophet has been honored (blessed) with.

Allah gave him such a significant number of favors, he is one of the mightiest Prophets, He is (one of the best) outstanding amongst other prophets to stroll on the essence of this world and that is the purpose of our religion.

Jesus Christ was an extraordinary prophet,

He never professed (claimed) to be the Son of God, considerably less one of a Trinity so my dear siblings and sisters we as Muslims have faith in Jesus Christ and we trust we are the genuine supporters of Jesus Christ.

This is another point, my young siblings and sisters that we have to comprehend (understand), don’t feel that Christians pursue Jesus (peace be upon him) and we pursue Muhammad (peace be upon him) this isn’t right, we pursue (follow) Jesus and Muhammad (peace be upon them). We pursue (follow) Moses and Abraham (pbut).

We are the ones after (following) the majority of the Prophets of Allah and other people who say that Jesus (pbuh) is the Son of God have mixed up, they have misconstrued, they are not following the genuine lessons of Jesus Christ (pbuh).

My young siblings and sisters in Islam realize that Jesus Christ (pbuh) is our prophet.

And we are the genuine adherents of Jesus Christ (pbuh) and our Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said that when Jesus (pbuh) returns back to this world, He will make a decision by the Sharia, by the laws of Islam and his own supporters will perceive that they committed an error and they will at that point grasp the genuine confidence and that is monotheism that is Allah subhana WA Ta’ala is one.

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My dear siblings and sisters in Islam (Surat Al Ikhlas) instructs us that our Lord is one Lord, our God is one God, it is such a straight forward conviction (belief) but then such a significant number of different religions don’t have confidence in this, our activity is to all to lecture others that we have one flawless God, He is unique, every single other being must swing (turn) to him, He doesn’t have a kid nor is He sired (begotten) and there is nothing like him.

May Allah influence us of the individuals who to lecture this message, who trust this message, who show this message. (Ameen)

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