This video is the continuation of “Christmas Greeting from Muslim” – Episode One. Nowhere in the Quran does it say that greeting Christians with “Merry Christmas” is haram. Yet, many Muslims think it is. However, the Quran teaches that Muslims need to respect differences.
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1. Do you agree that religious people need to respect each other’s differences? Why?
2. Is saying “Merry Christmas/ Happy Eid Al-Fitr” one way we can respect each other? Why?
3. After watching the video, do you still believe celebrating Christmas is haram? Why?