well I have to say that's amazing!!!!! but I also have to say I see videos or pictures of Muslims getting statues of Jesus and Mary etc. and then throwing them and smashing them! so there are some Muslims who HATE jesus and also some Muslims (well a lot)go and KILL us Christians just because of our religion.....
Hi I Want To Said That Not True Because The 3th rules to be a muslims is to believe in juses - peace be upon him- , May be That Is The Media Who what To Send That Message To You To Make A Bad Idea of Muslims , We all Respect Christ Jesus - peace be upon him- And There is Many People Christians Deosn't respect Mohammed - peace be upon him- . You Can Just go To Youtube And Watch This Chapitre Of Quran " SURAH AL MA'IDAH" and you will see How Much we respect Jesus -peace be upon him- Thanks
I'm not even Christian or Muslim and I absolutely love Jesus Christ. However, I prefer the historical Jesus. I look at him from a non religious point of view. He was a human who preached love and acceptance in a harsh society. There are many theories about him, yet we know so little. Where was he between the ages of 12-30? What really happened after the crucifixion? Why was the tomb empty? Those are the questions that remain to this day. It's just that he's so mysterious and complex and that's just what I love about him the most. He's one of my favorite historical figures of all time, if not, one of my MOST favorite.
Yes We Do Not accept That Is Jesus is god , Jesus Is One of Messangers of God and the Muslims are Believe and love and respect jesus son of mary we respect also the christian religion Is One of important condition to be a muslim , you should read about the story of jesus christ and arabic and translated to english to know what we think of jesus PS: i'm sorry about my english x)
I have a question. Why do Muslims add "Christ" every time they say 'Jesus', when Christ means to crucify? Muslims don't believe that Jesus was crucified so why do they address him as "Jesus Christ"? I am a Muslim by the way.
"Christ is the English term for the Greek Χριστός (Khristós) meaning "the anointed one". It is a translation of the Hebrew מָשִׁיחַ (Māšîaḥ), usually transliterated into English as Messiah". from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christ
Muslims call Jesus "Isaa" -peace be upon him- or "Al-Masseeh" (the Messiah). the Name "Jesus Christ" is commonly used by the christians (not muslims). calling him Jesus Christ is just to make it easy (for the others) to understand. imagine if we call him "Isaa Al-Maseeh". some christians may not even know that we mean Jesus Christ.
muslims also call him the Messiah. we see him as a prophet, exactly as we see our prophet Mohammed -peace be upon him-
and we believe Jesus will return in the end of time. and our prophet Mohammed -peace be upon him- asked us to stand by his side (the Messiah Jesus) in his second coming as he will represent justice and the good on earth.
The phrase "Peace Be Upon Him" is used by Muslims as a sign of respect and veneration for all Muslim prophets. The use of this honorific is mentioned specifically in the Qu'ran, and also in other supportive texts used by Muslims, such as the Hadith. Non-Muslims are not expected to say "Peace Be Upon Him" when discussing Muslim prophets, although they certainly may do so.
The Use of this honorific is known as salawat, or as saying salah. Salah means "prayer", and all devout Muslims are expected to integrate daily prayer into their religious practice. By saying salawat for someone, Muslims pray for the individual under discussion. You may see salawat abbreviated in text as PBUH or SAW...
According to the Qu'ran, God says salah for the prophet, and asks the angels to do likewise. The Qu'ran goes on to importune pious Muslims to say salah for the prophet when they see him and discuss him. by praying for the prophet, Muslims will be blessed. Each time the salawat is said, it is supposed to lift some of the sins of the person who says it, and some Muslims believe that the more times someone says salawat in life, the closer he or she will be to the prophet in heaven.
A number of figures are recognized as prophets by Muslims, including many Biblical prophets (such as Abraham, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Jesus... peace be upon them). The formula of the salawat is the same for all of them...
Like many religious honorifics, the use of "Peace Be Upon Him" is intended to remind people of the prophet's special place in the practice of Islam, and to encourage veneration for important figures in Islam...