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What Non Muslims say About Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

What Non Muslims say About Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

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Referring to some of the glowing tributes paid to our Prophet (SAW ) by non- Muslim luminaries , a friend says that he is not impressed by them . First because truth is itself the best evidence of the veracity of Aaftab aamad dalil-e aaftab
The shining sun is itself a proof of the sun’s existence. Secondly , says the friend , the tributes sound to him insincere . If those who paid these tributes were sincere why did they not accept Islam ?
Referring to some of the glowing tributes paid to our Prophet (SAW ) by non- Muslim luminaries , a friend says that he is not impressed by them . First because truth is itself the best evidence of the veracity of Aaftab aamad dalil-e aaftab
The shining sun is itself a proof of the sun’s existence. Secondly , says the friend , the tributes sound to him insincere . If those who paid these tributes were sincere why did they not accept Islam ?

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Published by: Misbah ul Islam Andrabi on May 18, 2012
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Non -Muslim View of Our Prophet(SAW )
PROF G R MALIK Referring to some of the glowing tributes paid to our Prophet (SAW ) by non-Muslim luminaries , a friend says that he is not impressed by them . Firstbecause truth is itself the best evidence of the veracity of Aaftab aamad dalil-eaaftab The shining sun is itself a proof of the sun’s existence. Secondly , says thefriend , the tributes sound to him insincere . If those who paid these tributeswere sincere why did they not accept Islam ?I say that as far as the first assertion , that truth needs no evidence beyondbeing true , is concerned no one can ever disagree with it . But as far as thesecond assertion is concerned it needs serious review . The words which aperson speaks and the tone in which they are rendered indicate almostunmistakably whether a person is sincere or insincere . Of course there aresome non- Muslim writers about the Prophet like Gibbon and H .G . Wells whodo not seem sincere and open - hearted. Yet even these people concede thegreatness of the Prophet willy- nilly. However there are many other non-Muslims whose very words ring with the tone of unquestionable sincerity .George Bernard Shaw , for instance, remarks that Prophet Muhammad (SAW)should be “regarded a Saviour of Humanity” and then adds :“. ..far from being an anti-Christ, he must be called the Saviour of Humanity. ...I believe that if a man like him were to assume the dictatorship of the modernworld, he would succeed in solving its problems in a way that would bring inthe much- needed peace and happiness .”
 
Similarly Annie Besant in her book, The Life and Teachings of Muhammadwrites:“ It is impossible for anyone who studies the life and character of the greatProphet of Arabia, who knows how he taught and how he lived , to feelanything but reverence for that mighty Prophet, one of the great messengersof the Supreme , ”In the same vein Gandhi wrote in one of the issues of Young India in 1924 thathe wanted to know how the Prophet ruled the hearts of millions and millions of people . For an answer to this curiosity he studied the biography of theProphet and it led him to this conclusion :“I became more than ever convinced that it was not the sword that won aplace for Islam in those days in the scheme of life . It was the rigid simplicity ,the utter self -effacement of the Prophet , the scrupulous regard for pledges,his intense devotion to his friends and followers , his intrepidity, hisfearlessness, his absolute trust in God and in his own mission.”If these undoubtedly sincere people did not accept Islam the blame does notlie on them but on us, Muslims, who have failed to establish the truth of Islamthrough our conduct and behaviour. Like the proverbial harsh-toned muazzinof Mawlana Jalal al – Din Rumi ( RA) we have only scared away people from thepath of Islam .Mawlana Ubaid -ul-lah Sindhi (RA ) is said to have travelled to Russia, theerstwhile Soviet Union in the making , at the hey - day of the OctoberRevolution . The Revolution was still in the process of completion. MawlanaSindhi thought it was the appropriate time to meet Lenin , the leader of theRevolution and to explain to him the blessings of Islam , the religion of peaceand mercy. If he could be convinced, Islam could find a place where it could bepractised and the whole world would stand illuminated.

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