The theme of this “Ahmad Soeparno Family” video series is about Christmas.
Many Muslims won’t say “Merry Christmas” to their Christian friends. But other Muslims are fine with it. In fact, most of my Muslim friends offer Christmas greetings to me.
Those who say that it’s haram to wish “Merry Christmas,” have many excuses. However, all of those excuses are made up because they don’t know exactly what “Christmas” means.
Through this video series, the reader will understand the meaning of Christmas, why Christians celebrate Christmas, and why Muslims can say “Merry Christmas” to their friends. This explanation of Christmas will be divided into four episodes. Make sure you don’t miss any episodes!
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1. What is the meaning of “Christmas”?
2. Why do many Muslims say it’s haram to wish Merry Christmas?
3. Is it true that the Quran teaches it is haram to say “Merry Christmas”? Where is that teaching written?
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