This inhumane insistence on insulting the Messenger of God (Prophet Mohammad, PBUH) doesn't show the power of logic and persistence in freedom, rather it is more hooliganism and bullying in international politics," Larijani underscored.
What does MOG stand for?
MOG stands for Messenger of God
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- Military Operations on the Ground
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The dignity of messenger of God is not less important than the Jewish holocaust in Europe," Hout stressed.
Embassy compound in Sanaa, shouting, "We sacrifice ourselves for you, Messenger of God.
The meaning of the statement is "(I profess that) there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is the messenger of God.
This task was accomplished by the Messenger of God in an exemplary manner so that it constituted a model for his successors who better-managed the community's religious affairs and were able to put words into action to convey properly the divine message, said Taoufiq.
The response will be what you see not what you hear and let our mothers bereave us if we do not make victorious our messenger of God," said a voice believed to be Bin Laden's in reference to the Prophet cartoons, without specifying what action would be taken.
Just as Christmas marks the birth of Christ, Mawlid is held to celebrate the birth of Mohammed, the founder of the Islamic faith and believed by Muslims to be the last messenger of God.
How did Abraham choose between God's voice commanding the sacrifice of Isaac, and an angel, a mere messenger of God, countering God's own direct command?