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4 commentaires - “[Day 28] Going back to Makkah”

  1. appreciate very much your indepth understanding of the life of the holy prophet UWBP, and the Holy Quran.
    your ability to reconcile with modern and future life is refreshing.
    may Allah continue to bless you with this special ability
    shaffiat

  2. Dear prof. Ramadan,

    I really enjoy your daily Ramadan lectures, I’ve also read your book The Quest for Meaning, in fact I read it twice. But when I listen to you or read your articles I feel sorry for millions of people living in Islamic countries because at least as I see it, they or better said their governments just don’t follow Islam, at least not in the way you explain it and I understand it. To be honest I think that European countries are much more Islamic than the ones which proclaim to be so. On a more personal note, I am so grateful that I am European and that I live in a free world of Europe but it hurts a lot to read about horrific crimes made in the name of Islam.
    So on one side there are Moslems like you, so pure and honest but when I listen to you I feel that what you say is just like an island in the sea of evil.
    My question to you (and myself) is why there are so many evil deeds made in the name of Islam which is so pure and truthful? How is it possible that the words of Q’uran, the words of God are misused so many times?
    Thank you for your answer and God bless you
    Nataša

  3. السلام عليكم
    ASSALAAMU ALAYKUM !

    Respected Professor Tariq Ramadan ( طارق رمضان‎ )

    ALHAMDULILLAAH ! It was really beneficial to watch your wise Exposition
    on daily Ramadan Chronicles during this RAMADAN.

    I love ALLAAH. I would also like to say that, along with my family and
    other friends. I love you too, our learned Brother in Islam.

    RAMADAN MUBARAK !

    MA-ASSALAAM !

    Brother Shafi
    62 West Avenue
    Wallington Surrey
    SM6 8PH

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