Do you know that you hurt me?

The devilish act " Draw Muhammad Day" Na-auzubillah these people are making fun of our holy Prophet and the Greatest Person of the World, I am really shocked how could they be so cruel when the world is speaking of so called peace, love and Unity how can they dis respect a religion and its beliefs. As a part of a nation who got independence in the name of Islam i believe it is my duty to raise my voice against this cruel act every Muslim individually has to answer his lord for what he did when the enemies of Prophet was trying to disgrace him for their own popularity.

Abu Sa`id al-Khudri said that he heard the Prophet say, what translated means: "Whoever witnesses a sin, he must reject it with his hand. If he cannot, then with his tongue. If he cannot, then with his heart, and this is the least of Iman." [Al-Bukhari, Muslim & At-Tirmithi]

I also came across the discussion that some people are arguing about why people in Pakistan burning flags of some countries and protesting with violation so you mean if you hurt someone then he should enjoy his pain and should thank you for that. Wow, what brains they have got ... I doubt if they have even got the brains..! but one thing i must say to those people who are burning the flags of the other countries with respect of their feelings that they should not blame the whole country as there are some specific people who are disgracing Islam not the whole country is responsible. These groups or people who are spreading hatred among nations, they don't want the World to be a Peaceful place.

I'm not stating you can't do it. Everyone can do whatever they want. Go ahead. But just because you can do it, doesn't mean that doing it is the right thing. This is a case in point. If anybody says it is freedom of speech, then i would answer that Compassion may be wiser alternative to express freedom.


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