April 23, 2011

Happy Easter from your Muslim brothers & sisters

WE wish our Christian readers from around the world a very Happy Easter. On this occasion we want you to read a poem, if you had missed it earlier. And at the end there is The Easter Song.The Terrorland Team

Jesus and Hussain

By Habib Sulemani

It’s a cold December.
This year,
two opposing calendars
have met
at a common point,
showing a
high degree of commonality!

This meeting of the Gregorian and
Islamic calendars has brought
two oppressed historic characters together,
and December has become vindictively hot!

Jesus of Nazareth is a prophet
of the Muslims. For the Christians, 
his legendary fatherless birth
makes him the son of no-one but God!
Hussain of Karbala is the persecuted
beloved grandson of Prophet Muhammad.
For some Muslims. Others believe 
he's a spiritual leader, and savior of the faith.

Whatever. Both preached virtues of humanity
to the common people of their times,
which threatened the cunning power players!

The ISI in those tumultuous times
considered Jesus and Hussain
threats to its traditional tyrant rule! Thus

General Guls, Kayanis and Pashas
tried to eliminate them 
through the ancient version of the Taliban!

However, they failed miserably.
Centuries have passed since then,
Jesus and Hussain are still alive!

© Habib R. Sulemani

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  1. Prof. Matiullah DardApril 24, 2011 at 1:23 AM

    Jesus is a son of Mary
    Not of God but was
    A prophet for 12 Jewish tribes
    So says the Holy Quran and
    ALLAH is ONE-He is not begotten
    OR He begets not-He depends on
    Nobody-Every body depends on Him
    Sura IKHLAS in the Holy Quran introduces AL-MIGHTY ALLAH
    Jesus is dead burried in Kashmir and ,my beloved Hasan,Leader of Paradise
    was only a grand-son of Muhammad,May Allah's peace & blessings be upon him
    Islam was perfected before his myrterdom(shahadat)
    Muslims do not celebrate or condone Easter!!!!

    Prof. Matiullah Dard
    Bexley & Thamesmead Multi-Faith Forums
    London U K

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