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Islam

The Islam were not born in 7-th century. It is the same religion as God revealed by His messengers in each of us. The Islam seems sometimes strange for the non-Moslems because it is the religion which has impacts on every part of life, that it is to eat and sleep, but also in the work. It is not only a personal religion, but so social. The Moslems try to live according to God's laws. By doing so, they try hard to obtain God's nearness.
All the aspects of their practice including the prayer, the participation in the jeun, the charity and the pilgrimage are intended to reach this purpose. Although strict, the Islam is not an ascetic religion. The Islam requires that followers are active participants of their communities.
The Moslems believe that God is One, inseparable and they believe in all the seers of Chrétien and the Jews including Adam, Noah, Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, the Work, Moses, Aaron, David, Solomon, Elias, Jonah, John Baptist and Jesus. The Moslems recognize also another seer named Mohammed, who is a direct descendant of Abraham by his first son, Ishmael.
The Koran is Moslems' holy book. It contains many histories which are familiar to Chrétien and to the Jews. It was not created by the man, but was revealed to the Seer Mohamed by the angel Gabriel with order of God. It contains no scientific error or internal contradiction. In fact, it contains a lot of scientific knowledge discovered by scientists only in this century. The Koran is an unequalled Arabic literary masterpiece.
Here are some things that you can do as regards your neighbours Moslems, students, employees and colleagues who would be appreciated: please , Respect in their convictions religious by allowing them to ask you, to dress, fast and act socially mutually according to their faiths. Please , be sensitive of dietary constraints, in particular when it deals alcoholic and the pig. Please , do not hesitate to ask the questions!
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