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    • ISLAMIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION Spreading the Truth of Islam www.irf.net ANSWER TO NON-MUSLIMS’ COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT ISLAM Authored by: Dr. Zakir Abdul Karim Naik2. It is Prohibited to make sects and divisions in IslamThe Glorious Qur’an says:“As for those who divide Their religion and break up into sects, thouhast no part in them in the least: Their affair is with Allah: He will in theend tell them the truth of all that they did.” [Al-Qur’an 6:159]In this verse Allah (swt) says that one should disassociate oneself from thosewho divide their religion and break it up into sects.But when one asks a Muslim, “who are you?”, the common answer is either ‘Iam a Sunni, or ‘I am Shia’. Some call themselves Hanafi, or Shafi or Maliki orHumbali. Some say ‘I am a Deobandi’, while some others say ‘I am a Barelvi’.3. Our Prophet was a MuslimOne may ask such Muslims, “Who was our beloved prophet (pbuh)? Was he aHanafi or a Shafi, or a Humbali or a Maliki?” No! He was a Muslim, like all theother prophets and messengers of Allah before him.It is mentioned in chapter 3 verse 52 of Al-Qur’an that Jesus (pbuh) was a Muslim.Further, in chapter 3 verse 67, Al-Qur’an says that Ibrahim (pbuh) was not aJew or a Christian but was a Muslim.4. Qur’an says call yourselves Muslima. If anyone poses a Muslim the question who are you, he should say “I am a MUSLIM, not a Hanafi or a Shafi”. Surah Fussilat chapter 41 verse 33 says“Who is better in speech than one who calls (men) to Allah, worksrighteousness, and says, ‘I am of those Who bow in Islam (Muslim)?’ ”[Al-Qur’an 41:33] The Qur’an says “Say I am of those who bow in Islam”. In other words, say, “I am a Muslim”.b. The Prophet (pbuh) dictated letters to non-Muslim kings and rulers inviting them to accept Islam. In these letters he mentioned the verse of the Qur’an from Surah Ali Imran chapter 3 verse 64:Say ye: “Bear witness that we (at least) are Muslims (bowing to Allah’s Will).” [Al-Qur’an 3:64]5. Respect all the Great Scholars of IslamWe must respect all the great scholars of Islam, including the four Imaams,Imam Abu Hanifa, Imam Shafi, Imam Humbal and Imam Malik (may Allah bepleased with them all). They were great scholars and may Allah reward them fortheir research and hardwork. One can have no objection if someone agreeswith the views and research of Imam Abu Hanifa or Imam Shafi, etc. But whenposed a question, ‘who are you?’, the reply should only be ‘I am a Muslim’. 42 * For more Queries contact: webmaster@irf.net