There are people among Christians and Jews who deeply love and respect our Prophet (saas)

Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation on A9TV dated August 24th, 2016


ADNAN OKTAR: There are a lot of Christians who love Hazrat Muhammad (saas). The members of the Knight Templars who visited us here for example; they are Christians and they love Hazrat Muhammad (saas) dearly.  The Jewish rabbis who visited us here; they also love our Prophet (saas), saying, "He is an honest person and he is the prophet of God." Therefore, M. Yıldız Islamist, it is impossible for you to reach such information considering where you are. In fact, a mason priest visited us, whose eyes would fill with tears every time he talked about Hazrat Muhammad (saas). There is no such thing as, “they do not love our Prophet (saas).” There are those among the People of the Book who love him. It is not that the rest of them does not love him; it is that they are not acquainted with him. No one would get to know our Prophet (saas) and not love him. 

EBRU ALTAN: Another such example is the Negus Ashama ibn Abjar of Abyssinia.

ADNAN OKTAR: Yes, our Prophet (saas) sent Muslim settlers to him. Our Prophet (saas) also loved him and his tribe. His entire tribe loved Muslims dearly. And they accepted and sheltered hundreds of Muslims in their country. The idolaters came asking the Muslims to be handed over to them, but Negus and his tribe did not comply, and carefully protected them. Therefore, lovelessness is a plague. M. Yıldız Islamist, you too have a stern, loveless outlook. You are not abiding by the Qur'an and Islam by doing so. You should treat Christians with compassion. For one thing, God says in the verse of the Qur'an, "You can marry Christians." Muslims can marry Christian women. Yet you say, "Show me one Christian who loves Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa (saas)." His wife, Maria, was a Christian. Our Prophet's (saas) wife, his concubine Maria was a Christian. Many among the wives of the companions were Christians.

 

 


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