Islam the most misunderstand religion in the world
“The Islam religion establishes a clear system of worship, civil rights, laws of marriage and divorce, laws of inheritance, code of behavior, what not to drink, what to wear, and what not to wear, how to worship God, how to govern, the laws of war and peace, when to go to war, when to make peace, the law of economics, and the laws of buying and selling. Islam is a complete code of life” (Alkhuli, M. Al, 2012). Even though dealing with the damage done by extremists , Islam is a peaceful religion because we need to change the way people think about Islam, through virtual worlds, and by engaging, interacting with people from all over the world. First, Islam is a peaceful religion, but we need to change the way people think about Islam. The Islam faith is the only religion that offers rules how to govern a state and a set of spiritual believes. The Koran is to Islam what the bible is to Christianity .The Koran embraces all areas of human life, ranging from the most personal to international affairs. The Koran is a spiritual guide, a system of law, a code of ethics and a way of life. Additionally, seeing Islam through virtual worlds is a new way to explore some of the religion, because many people from different parts of the world are on those forums. It will teach an outsider about the religion. The way of virtual visit a Mosque is an experience a normal person otherwise would never have. This allows young Muslims to explore their religion. It is a way to look into another faith and find out the difference between different religions. In a virtual world a Muslim could see inside another religion church, without being judged. Most people are curious about the difference in faith, in a virtual world everyone is safe to see what the other religion is telling. The avatars in the virtual world are in place to protect the identity of the visitors. Finally, the most important reason Islam is a peaceful religion is by...
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