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It felt like “hey,” or “yo,” and it betrayed what it really means to pray for peace for someone else.
Of course, I do not doubt anyone’s sincerity when they say “Happy Holidays” at all.
I figure that they believe “Happy Holidays” is safe and encompasses all faiths – or no faith at all. As a Muslim at Christmas, however, it’s still a little annoying.
Now, as a Muslim, do I celebrate Christmas as a religious festival of the birth of the Son of God? That does not mean that I don’t try to spread cheer and joy with others during this time of year.
From my family to you and yours, a very Merry and Happy Christmas.
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“Peace was upon me on the day when I was born,” the infant Jesus says in the Qur’an.
She exclaimed: “Verily, ‘I seek refuge from thee with the Most Gracious! ” [The angel] answered: “I’ am but a messenger of thy Lord, [who says,] `I shall bestow upon thee the gift of a son endowed with purity.'” Said she: “How can I have a son when no man has ever touched me? ” [The angel] answered: “Thus it is; [but] thy Sustainer says, `This is easy for Me; and [thou shalt have a son,] so that We might make him a symbol unto mankind and an act of grace from US. At one time, I did not understand the Arabic being recited.
In our world today, in which the rhetoric against Islam and Muslims is so toxic – frequently for craven political or financial gain – Christians and Muslims need to come together on areas in which they agree: a common love for Jesus Christ.
Ideally, Christians, Muslims, and Jews should be the closest of religious communities, for they have so much in common as the living spiritual children of Abraham.
When I say “Merry (or Happy) Christmas,” I am saying: “I pray you and yours have happiness and joy this Christmas.” It is a sincere prayer to God for peace for you. “Happy Holidays” feels to me like “Salamu alaikum” in the Muslim world.
When I was there in 2006, everyone said “Salamu alaikum,” which means “Peace be with you.” But it had no meaning.
And that passage also includes the miracle of a newborn Jesus speaking to the people in defense of his mother: [But] he [Jesus] said: “Behold, I am a servant of God.