Is it shirk to say Merry christmas? Shaykh Ahmed Deedat





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Published on Dec 25, 2011

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Ans: The word"Merry,"derived from the Old English myrige, originally meant merely"pleasant, and agreeable"rather than joyous or jolly (as in the phrase"merry month of May") after some time meaning was changed into Happy .

The word"Christmas"originated as a compound meaning"Christ's mass". It is derived from the Middle English Cristemasse.
Christ is driven from a Hebrew world"Messiah"

Greeting was"Merry Xmas,""X"was replaced"Christ,"dating back to the early days of Christianity, when the Greek letter"χ"was used for Christ.

saying tht merry christmas means ur attesting to jesus being son, incarnate or begotten son seems wrong because literally there is nuthing in the phrase, which proves such.

Therefore, Aesa kehna bilkul jahalat hai k Merry Christmas ka matlab God has a begotten Son,Is main kahin per bhe God hai na Begotten hai aur na he son aata hai.

Note:Aur ager aisa hai to plz prove it linguistically. Jahil Logon ki baat sun kar logon main mat pehlain.Tehkeek karin.

We should increase our tolerance and moderateness taking Prophet (saww) as a model


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