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Taliban, Killers of Christian Minister Violate Prophet Muhammad's [pbuh] written Everlasting Promise with Christians

In 628 AD, a delegation from St. Catherine’s Monastery in Sinai, came to Prophet Muhammed [peace be upon him] and requested his protection. Prophet Muhammad [peace be upon him] responded by granting them a charter of rights, which is reproduce in its entirety. [Click here]. This is ever lasting charter, granting unprecedented protection, tolerance and freedom to Christians living among Muslims
The Muslims respect the precedent of their Prophet [peace be upon him], violation of the written charter/commandment of  Prophet Muhammad [peace be upon him] is blasphemy...
Mr.Shahbaz Bhatti, the minister for Minorities have been gun down by the extremists Taliban, who are killing Muslims worshiping in mosques. They spare no one, any one who disagree with their view, they feel free to kill. They follow their own desires. The Muslims of Pakistan and all over the world condemn this heinous crime as they condemn killing of innocent human being any where in the world, strictly forbidden by Qur'an:
"Therefore We ordained for the Children of Israel that he who slays a soul unless it be (in punishment) for murder or for spreading mischief on earth shall be as if he had slain all mankind; and he who saves a life shall be as if he had given life to all mankind. And indeed again and again did Our Messengers come to them with clear directives; yet many of them continued to commit excesses on earth."(Qur'an;5:32)

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  1. Prophet Muhammad's Everlasting Promise to Christians النبي محمد وعد الآخرة للمسيحيين
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