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Stamp 21 - respect my prophet by FullWhiteMoon Stamp 21 - respect my prophet by FullWhiteMoon
just a message to those non muslims who don't know this: we muslim people love our prophet so much and we are very sensitive regarding his image and reputation because his place is very big in our hearts.
if you want to talk about him or even criticize him, feel free to do so after having enough information to talk about. but keep in mind not to hurt the feelings of the more than a billion muslims in the world.

religion is not a joke and the believers take their faith seriously. by showing respect to other people's beliefs, you show a high and civilized image of yourself and you will get respect from the others. by insulting other people's beliefs, you only show how low you can be. and the only thing you get is hate.
so you can choose how you want to be seen by others.
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Sayuri-Lapis Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2017  Student General Artist
The prophet must have a very big ego that shatters easily. 
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Dsim64 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2016
Allahfaggotry 101.
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CrimsonFALKE Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No since you are violent against other religions and gays you will not get any of my respect and if you try to be violent against me I will defend myself using lethal force.
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Sima2001 Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2015
no need to get butthurt about what people believe.everybody os free in what they believe or not . not everybody is the ISIS.
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Scarlet0076 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2014
How is she an idiot, you are the one acting ignorant, if you have nothing nice to say, then keep it to your own ignorant self. But yes, we are slaves, but ONLY to Allah.
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originalCzechball Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2014
And i'm free.
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Scarlet0076 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2014
I have nothing to say to an ignorant wrong doer, but leave if you have nothing to say that is of good will, you spiteful person, begon with yourself!
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Linarel Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014
Yes beliefs should be respected as should human rights should respected.

So what (if I may may ask) do You think about completely failed attempts from Muslim countries to put that respect to law. I mean the blasphemy laws that are based on on this should respect. Currently there is Christian person in Pakistan in danger of getting death penalty for insulting Islam.

That is other side of the coin in my opinion, when all critique is also silenced.
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ArabPonyHorse Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes yes, religion is not a joke, i agree. I love muslims in fact my friend is muslim and i am learning arabic so i would like to learn more about your religion and i think it is very cool :)
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Hawkheart29 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist

Muhammad, Jesus, Buddha, as far as I'm concerned they are ALL messengers sent from the same god/higher power. He/She/It sent multiple messengers to teach different ways of life so people could choose the one that fit them best. In the end, the message is the same.

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LeDiableDesBois Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2013
No
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butchlove Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013
sla allah 3layhi wa salam allah akbar
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Triphon Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2012
We all have different versions of Muhammed stories. I believe he was a conqueror the same way Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan or Napoleon were... with all the war crimes it involves.
If a Muslim tells me the true Muhammed was a perfect compasionnate, selfless man, who never seeked violence... I won't believe him BUT (!) I won't hate her/him personnaly, since the person he/she praises isn't a monster but a good man (real or not).
In a simple way : a Muslim tells me Muhammed was right to enslave women and children after killing their fathers/husbands/brothers, I will feel little simpathy for her/him.
If a Muslim tells me all Muhammed's lootings and war crimes are historically inaccurate, I will not believe it but I will have a higher opinion of her/him.
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SosoSurprise Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2012  Hobbyist
i think its made obvious in Egypt, Libya and Yemen
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CPIngrid Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
Forgive and correct me if I seem uninformed, but isn't loving and respecting Muhammad in Islam just like loving and respecting Jesus in Christianity? They were both prophets and teachers, both men of earth though related to things divine, and their words and testimonies are given extreme value in their respective religions (Islam even acknowledges Jesus as a prophet, does it not?). I do not understand, then, why Muslims are criticized by the assumption that "they worship Muhammad more than Allah" when one could easily assume and criticize that Christians "worship Jesus more than God." Even then though Jews, Muslims, and Christians all worship the same God.... I just don't understand all the animosity that falls upon people over differences in beliefs when we are all brothers and sisters. I am not Muslim, but I certainly respect and adhere to religious tolerance. Peace upon you.
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FullWhiteMoon Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2011
you have some truth in your statement, my friend. according to my knowledge, several centuries ago, some western Christian historians wrote about Islam and Muslims, and they spread the misconception that Muslims are pagans, worship Mohammed -peace be upon him- and a lot of other non-existent things. spreading such lies help in making the gap bigger between Muslims and Christians. this was done for political and religious purpose. centuries later, the same misconceptions (and more) are still spread. if Islam is understood well, many people would change their opinion and the way they regard Muslims. this may lead to some parties to lose some profit they gain from this gap.
sadly, now in the west, books that spread hate can easily become best-seller. while books that spread peace remain in the bookstore shelf...

we Muslims, don't ask others to respect our prophet in the same way we respect him. we just feel that disrespecting our prophet is a personal disrespect. it's like when you love your spouse or parents and someone who doesn't even know them comes and insults them just to offend or upsets you. the situation is something similar to this...
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CPIngrid Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
I understand completely. When I go out, it is not uncommon to see women in hijab (sometimes I've seen abayas) with their husbands, sons, daughters, and friends, and surely there are just as many Muslim men in my community, but it is easier to identify the women by the hijab. They are such normal friendly people and they are just a part of where we live as everyone else, but there is so much confusion and irrational fear about them and it makes me sick to see them discriminated simply because of fear and hate mongering. These are peaceful people who have done nothing wrong, but are labelled by the wrongdoing of another.

I love how your art tries to promote peace and understanding, and it's really touched my heart. On your other account I've seen your pictures with the sayings of your prophet, and I think his words are truly admirable and can be a lesson and wise words for everyone, no matter if they are Muslim or not. I also want to say thank you, because I've learned a lot from the descriptions on your artwork!

Peace be to you, and take care and have a nice day, friend.
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FullWhiteMoon Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2011
thanks a lot friend. your nice words encourage me to work harder in this path. hopefully, we can reach a world where prejudice and hate will be replaced by understanding and love.

Peace be with you as well.
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Diloshstar Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Great stamp and I totally support this.

And I really don't understand why all these people are like "OMG! UR PROPHET IS VERY IMPORTANT TO YOU! THEN HE MUST BE MORE IMPORTANT THAN GOD TO YOU! YOU MUST BE WORSHIPPING HIM!!!!111". All other religions give importance to their prophets, so does Islam. It's just pointless to say things like that :no:
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someone79 Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2011
I wish you people would at least pay a little respect too when talking about other people's beliefs
and yes even atheist do have beliefs
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bloodsmoothy Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2010
Your prophet seems to me like he is more important than your God. He was just a man. Stop worshiping him. Unless I am wrong in which case, care to explain please?
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I know that this is old, but duh!
one of my deviations say so. we love God/Allah and love Mohammed. both are almost got the same level of love. if someone insulted God, I'll get all pissed off and etc, but STILL doesn't throw all that. since God can take my "anger" on that person (like when someone insulted you, you may take your thing from him) BUT if someone insulted Mohammed, I'll explode from anger SINCE Mohammed isn't a god to take my deeds/etc from whoever who insulted him (I know that whatever what Mohammed asked God to do something, God do it but still.)
:icontealdeerplz: God and Mohammed both got (almost) the same level of love in our hearts. and will never forgive who say something bad on them.
I hope that make sense. since I know that my English is super-broken!
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FullWhiteMoon Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2010
NO. you ARE wrong.
we respect our prophet so much. we love him. we learn from him a lot. but we don't worship him (did you see me worshipping him? if so, then quote to me what I said that made you feel I worship him)
Peace,
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bloodsmoothy Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2010
Well explain to me then why is it that you get so offended when someone draws him or insults him but when someone says, for example, that the God of Islam is not great, no one does anything. But when someone insults your prophet, you get up in arms. I understand that you respect him greatly, I have many Muslim friends and I have read the Koran, but Muhammad did not want to be idolized so. Allah is the one who should be praised, not a mere man.
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FullWhiteMoon Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2010
you still didn't provide a proof of your claim. (I want a proof of what makes you feel my prophet is greater than my God in my eyes) provide proof from what I SAID and not from what you "think".
this stamp is made about my respect for my prophet. since so many non-muslims enjoy making fun of him and trying uselessly to reduce his reputation which they can not.

also, who said I feel indifferent when my God is insulted? you don't know me, so It will be nice if you don't assume things. if you want to know my opinion, you just have to ask. but don't assume. prejudice comes from assuming false things.
I don't like my God insulted. I don't like my prophet insulted. and I don't like my religion insulted. I don't idolize anyone. I worship and praise my God and I love and respect my prophet and guide. it's that simple.

please, try to learn about me before you accuse me baselessly.
Peace,
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bloodsmoothy Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2010
So, you don't like it when someone has a different opinion than you? People insult my God all the time. You know what I do? I brush by shoulders off like a mature human being.

Take a page from my book. Grow up.
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Tinoculars Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
You're a cunt. Brush that off.
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FullWhiteMoon Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2010
So, you don't like it when someone has a different opinion than you?
a different opinion is one thing and insulting my faith is another. having freedom of speech doesn't mean someone goes and disrespects others. I have the right not to like it when someone abuses his freedom of speech in insulting others.

People insult my God all the time. You know what I do? I brush by shoulders off like a mature human being.
I don't really have any reason to follow you as an example. if you are indifferent when your God is insulted. you have to know that not all people are like you.

Take a page from my book. Grow up.
that looks a good advice. I would have been interested to take all the book. but coming from someone who doesn't follow it doesn't seem convincing. I would suggest you follow it first since you are good in judging people you don't know (you judged that I idolize my prophet and didn't provide any proofs).
Peace be to you.
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bloodsmoothy Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2010
Saying "Islam is stupid" is a perfectly legitimate opinion and if that opinion insults you, you need to grow a pair of balls and get over it.

Peace, bro. Jesus loves you.
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FullWhiteMoon Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2010
it's a childish opinion that I am not interested to see written on my pages. you don't respect my prophet, you are free. as for me, I respect Jesus -peace be upon him- and love him dearly.
it doesn't insult me to see you are ineducated and it doesn't insult me to see you don't respect the others. since you do not represent the teachings of your faith. you only represent yourself.

peace be to you and may God guide you.
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Mannips Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2010
"Insulting my prophet is bigger than insulting me"

Exactly...
Say all you want about me, just don't go dissing my prophet you probably don't know a single thing about!
Very nice stamp, thanks for making. :P
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Stormourner Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2010
:heart: صلى الله عليه و سلم :heart:
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FullWhiteMoon Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2010
well, feel free to keep trash in your head. but this is not the right place to throw it.
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OFF-TOPIC: I'll join that group in your sig. :nod:
ON-TOPIC: I know that the Flag As Spam button has a reason, but....may/can I know what the guy you flagged his/her comment as spam has said? you can send it in a note of you want :)
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Daqiq Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2010
Assalamu Alaikum my fellow Muslim artist, I hope you are doing well! Your gallery is amazing! It would be great if you joined the #Muslim-Artists group :w00t: Take Care
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FullWhiteMoon Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2010
thanks. I'll be delighted to join. :D
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Firelord-Lionheart Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
Aren't all the prophets big in Islam?

I'm a Jew, but I read a passage that Muhammad (pbuh), in his travels, found Jews fasting and asked them what it is all about. They told him that God saved them from slavery on that day with Moses as their leader. Muhammad told them, "We are closer to Musa than you are." Is that accurate.
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FullWhiteMoon Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2010
yes, my friend, all the prophets are big and we respect them all.

According to Sahih Bukhari, Volume 6, Book 60, Number 202 - Narrated Ibn Abbas:
"When the Prophet arrived at Medina, the Jews were observing the fast on 'Ashura' (10th of Muharram) and they said, "This is the day when Moses became victorious over Pharaoh," On that, the Prophet said to his companions, "You (Muslims) have more right to celebrate Moses' victory than they have, so observe the fast on this day."

the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) means that he and Moses (peace be upon him) are both muslims, so muslims have right to celebrate Moses too.

yes, this is accurate. why?
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NinSega Featured By Owner May 29, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Alhamduliellah!! 
Praise all the Prophets!!

Usually nowadays Muslims tells stories about how a sheikh flew from Pakistan to India or how infallible they are. Or that you HAVE to follow them blindly etc. We're living in a time where some so-called Sheikhs are corrupted and false, I've been through that. 

Al-Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, Abu Dawud, At-Tirmidhi etc. are the real sources which brings us straight to the Holy Quran and the Hadith of the holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him).
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