Was Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) a prejudiced man?

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Prophet Muhammad Prejudiced | World Muslim Congress 
Absolutely not, God himself called him Rahmatul Aalameen- a Mercy to the Universe (Life and Environment). He did not have a bone of prejudice in him. There is no way, absolutely no way he could be prejudiced towards Jews, Christians, Pagans and others.

Even though a handful of big name Muslim Scholars from the past have painted him as biased towards fellow beings, he was not!  Prophet was an example of love and mercy. We have to be free from prejudice and be a Rahmat to fellow beings.

As Muslims we have to become Aminsof the world, and learn about each other (49:13), we have an opportunity to shape a better world. For the last 20 years, we have been writing a series of articles called “Festivals of the World” where we write the essence of each major religious festival without bias or prejudice. Many a Muslims believe and have great relationships with fellow humans from Atheist to Zoroastrians and every one in between.  The more we know about each other, the lesser the conflicts we will have and a secure world for everyone will evolve. 

As a follower of the Prophet, when I kiss the Torah and show reverence to God’s words like he did, I don’t become a Jew, when I stand up for the funeral of a Hindu, I don’t become a Hindu… Quran is one of the greatest books of guidance for humanity and that is why the message is consistently universal… think about it! Quran is not for Muslims!

Well, if you wish to learn about festivals of the world, I will be happy to share – and it comes with every one’s festival or commemoration, from within and with everyone. You can always place the name of the festival with my name- and you will get the info from Google – example – Janmashtami Mike Ghouse, from now on it will be the name of the festival and Pluralism with it as we are building team of all religious people to learn and share. 

Here is info about Shavuot by Rabbi David Mark,  if you like it, please share it. If we want a better world, we have to be a part of it, Prophet has shown the way, let’s not forget that.  If you don’t like to learn about other people and their festivals and commemorations, please let me, I will take you off the list. 

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