Prophet Muhammad taught about tolerance for other faiths

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https://www.islamreligion.com/articl...her-religions/

He teaches tolerance and respect for people of other faiths:
“Beware! Whoever is cruel and hard on a non-Muslim minority, or curtails their rights, or burdens them with more than they can bear, or takes anything from them against their free will; I (Prophet Muhammad) will complain against the person on the Day of Judgment.” (Abu Dawud)

MUSLIMS see the prophet MUHAMMAD SWT as the greatest man and a true example for all to follow. Wouldn’t it be great if we could all treat each other the way he told us to? The world would certainly be a better place without the Islamophobia, the ethnic violence, the sectarian wars.
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A lot of users on here especially from ISOC are rude. It would be nice if they respected other faiths and didn't act so arrogant all the time.
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You say Mohammed is a great man and an example for all Muslims but he had sex with a nine year old girl and fondled her in a bath during her period.
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You say Mohammed is a great man and an example for all Muslims I feel Ollie, but he had sex with a nine year old girl and fondled her in a bath during her period.
Depends what hadith you read as Shias will tell you different and Ahmadias will as
well.
Secondly not all hadiths are perfect and I think that is definitely one of them.
I am not a Muslim.
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These are taken directly from the Qu’ran, not the other crap you keep complaining about being untrue (Hadiths).

https://quran.com/8/12 Qu'ran 8:12
https://quran.com/9/123 Qu'ran 9:123
https://quran.com/5/51 Qu'ran 5:51
https://quran.com/9/5 Qu'ran 9:5

That's only a handful of quotes out of the vast book of intolerance.
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This is taken directly from the Qu’ran so there’s no complaining about “hadiths” here:

https://quran.com/8/12 Qu'ran 8:12
https://quran.com/9/123 Qu'ran 9:123
https://quran.com/5/51 Qu'ran 5:51
https://quran.com/9/5 Qu'ran 9:5

That's only a handful of quotes from the vast book of intolerance. The biggest problem with Islam is how it’s based on the idea that Mohammed was a model citizen and that they should follow his lifestyle. If he did two things which contradicted with each other what he did later in life would supersede the earlier as it would be like he had a revelation. The problem with that is that he was an (admittedly) peaceful man when he was young... but when was older he was a vile warlord. Another problem with Islam is the whole idea of prophets through whom God or “Allah” speaks. Unlike in Christianity in which the books are a compilation of experiences and a collection of recalled memories (which could have hazed over time), the Qu’ran is to be taken as the word of Allah himself.
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(Original post by MoSaqib)
https://www.islamreligion.com/articl...her-religions/

He teaches tolerance and respect for people of other faiths:
“Beware! Whoever is cruel and hard on a non-Muslim minority, or curtails their rights, or burdens them with more than they can bear, or takes anything from them against their free will; I (Prophet Muhammad) will complain against the person on the Day of Judgment.” (Abu Dawud)

MUSLIMS see the prophet MUHAMMAD SWT as the greatest man and a true example for all to follow. Wouldn’t it be great if we could all treat each other the way he told us to? The world would certainly be a better place without the Islamophobia, the ethnic violence, the sectarian wars.
I'm interested in what exactly you admire about the person Mohammed?
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(Original post by Langseax)
This is taken directly from the Qu’ran so there’s no complaining about “hadiths” here:

https://quran.com/8/12 Qu'ran 8:12
https://quran.com/9/123 Qu'ran 9:123
https://quran.com/5/51 Qu'ran 5:51
https://quran.com/9/5 Qu'ran 9:5

That's only a handful of quotes from the vast book of intolerance. The biggest problem with Islam is how it’s based on the idea that Mohammed was a model citizen and that they should follow his lifestyle. If he did two things which contradicted with each other what he did later in life would supersede the earlier as it would be like he had a revelation. The problem with that is that he was an (admittedly) peaceful man when he was young... but when was older he was a vile warlord. Another problem with Islam is the whole idea of prophets through whom God or “Allah” speaks. Unlike in Christianity in which the books are a compilation of experiences and a collection of recalled memories (which could have hazed over time), the Qu’ran is to be taken as the word of Allah himself.
The Bible is the word of God
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With religious people you don't know whether you're going to get a Gandhi or a David Koresh.
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You say Mohammed is a great man and an example for all Muslims but he had sex with a nine year old girl and fondled her in a bath during her period.
chaptar 6 -112 quran

already be thought head after 300 year after his bios were wriiten and please do watch umar on u tube ( he was disciple) and u will get the answer and nice try

thank you

and was voted the greatest man my times magazine as well.
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The Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) did teach about tolerance of other faiths. I believe that there are 'so called Muslims' going around and spreading corruption on the earth, and doing this in the name of Islam, so try to cause harm to Islam.
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He was amazingly tolerant
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Lol that's why he said in the last surat kill the infidels and the Christians and jews whereever u find them and evict al who isn't a muslim from the haram mousqe read your Quran and specially surat al naser
Thank you, I will read it too. What verse can I find it please??
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