Set aside differences in faith

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Originally published in Cincinnati Enquirer 

This Sunday, Christians worldwide will celebrate Easter. Being an Ahmadi Muslim I will not be celebrating Easter. However, this does not mean that I won’t show my love for Jesus Christ. Islam teaches us to respect Christians and their right to celebrate. In fact, Islam teaches us to join them in the love of Jesus Christ.

While differences exist, what matters most is the love we have for the same person–Christ. If Muslims and Christians come together in harmony and love for the same God, then a peaceful world is not far from our reach.

About the author

Badar Malik

Badar Malik is currently serving as the Vice Chairman of Muslim Writers Guild of America. A freshman in college, Badar will go on to study Athletic Training at the Ohio State University along with Pre-Medicine. He plans on attending Medical school to receive his MD. Badar has published in several leading Ohio newspapers. Find him on Twitter or reach him at [email protected]

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