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Joining the Knicks in September, Muslim basketballer Enes Kanter feels grateful for his new team, which furnished him with a prayer room and halal food.
How could he allow himself to appear abandoned by God, endangering his very agenda? How could he risk for people to indulge in doubt about his claim? If he was fabricating verses at whim from the beginning, he would produce them in a rush when his relationship with God was being questioned.
In this part, the author recounts two wonderful stories inspired by Prophet Muhammad's teachings.
Whoever is kind, Allah will be kind to him; therefore be kind to man on the earth. He who is in heaven will show mercy on you. ~(Abu Daud: Tirmidhi) ...