This video is the continuation of “Can Muslims Say ‘Merry Christmas’? Episode 2.”
According to Muslims, December 25 is the day of worship for the sun god. So they say that every December 25 those who celebrate Christmas are actually worshiping the sun god. But is that true? Through this video, you can decide for yourself whether celebrating Christmas is worshiping the sun god or not.
“Can Muslims Say ‘Merry Christmas’?” is divided into four episodes. To see the last episode, click here. Make sure you don’t miss any!
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