The Etymology of “Islam”, the Etymology of “Quran”, and the Reason Islam Forbids the Image of the Prophet Muhammad

The term “Islam” means “obedience to allah” in Arabic and the term “Quran” means “recitation” in Arabic as mohammad recited everything he stated God and his messenger angels recited to him throughout his lifetime. Muslims do not show images of Muhammad because he would be considered an idol if he was presented in image form which is strictly forbidden in Islam...

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