I wonder today do you know what is Islam or the religion of Prophet Muhammad the last of the prophets is that true religion
Does this religion is a religion of tolerance and pardon him, I apologize if the topic in the wrong place and I hope that there will be an answer to this
Definitely the wrong forum Emotion: smile

If you are on a quest to find out, Google is your friend. A discerning eye will note that Islam today is very different from the Islam of 1000 yrs ago, which is very different from the original Islam Muhammad tried to convey, and that in the Qur'an Muhammad is never called the last prophet.
Beyond that brief response I don't think the forum is the place for its discussion, but you will find plenty of places on the web to explore and discuss.
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"and that in the Qur'an Muhammad is never called the last prophet."
The Quran does explicitly call Muhammad the last prophet, not the last messenger, however.(buddy Google can confirm that too)
I, too, believe this is not the right place to discuss this topic, however, not because this section of the forum is not up for such topics(FORUMS · ESL TOPICS FOR CONVERSATION · CONTROVERSIAL TOPICS + the previous posts in this section prove the question is put in its right place), but rather because the replies will most likely be maddening arguments rather than objective debates.
The Qur'an calls Muhammad the seal, which is something entirely different from last. If a king sends a sealed message, it doesn't in any sense make it his last message. If last were intended, that word would undoubtedly have been used, rather than the etymologically-related seal, indicating last was not the intention; every other statement in the book about an endless line of messengers is concordant with this. It's a bit like confusing 'latest' with 'last', two very similar-looking but entirely different ideas. My latest meal was rice, but I hope it will not be my last. The sun sets, but it is one of an indefinite number to come.
But I agree with the rest said.
Interestingly, exactly the same thing happens with the New Testament, where God is depicted as presiding over "the ages" and "the ages of the ages", whereas Jesus presides over "an age" and "an age of an age", and each of these pairs is 'translated' as "forever" and "forever and ever" respectively to yield a particular theological goal. There's a general and unfortunate trend for religions to transform scriptural statements into ones of speciality, finality and exclusion, and this can make restoring amity much harder when political divisions have arisen.
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meteorquakethe Qur'an Muhammad is never called the last prophet.
Well! Whatever you perceive it changes nothings. Whatever you say it changes nothing. Whatever examples you give in support of your opinion they change nothing. The truth remains the truth no matter you believe it or not.