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Welcome to WikiIslam,
“To provide accurate and accessible information from traditional and critical perspectives on the beliefs, practices, and development of Islam”
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Please note: Many of the very problematic issues and views within Islam and its history are often rejected or subject to widely varying knowledge and opinions (if any) by Muslim cultures and many people who identify as Muslim today
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Isa al-Masih (Jesus Christ)
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In Islam, Isa al-Masih (عيسى المسي usually translated as Jesus Christ) is believed to be a prophet, second in rank to Muhammad, and not the son of God. Indeed, associating divinity with Jesus is decried as blasphemy in the Qur'an time and again. (read more)