May peace be upon you...Resistance to the divine message is continued from the time of Prophet Adam. This resistance to message of goodness takes various forms. In this connection, one finds that some part of the media, from time to time, is used by certain people to paint a negative picture of Holy Prophet (s.a.w) and Islam. They give example of the fanaticism practiced by some people of a certain mind set. Such people are political in nature and they use name of religion to excite mobs. As a litmus check, one can see that human index of life of these fanatics is very low; they do not practice religion of peace for their own peace!
But, the above mentioned reason does not give perpetual license to writers, religious figures of pre-Islamic religions and others to insult the Prophet of Islam (peace and blessing of Allah be on him).
As earlier mentioned, resistance to divine message is not a new thing. The Holy Quran records: And Messengers have indeed been mocked at before thee, but that whereat they mocked encompassed those of them who scoffed. (21:42)
Believers have foremost responsibilities to practice the righteousness education taught by the Holy Prophet (s.a.w). He taught faithful to make this world peaceful. In addition to that, he gave gladtidings that good deeds with sincerity makes the world-to-come peaceful as reward. He asked the faithful to spread the message of sure peace and hope worldwide. He taught the morals which takes one to God and produce compassion for God’s creation in hearts.
Allah has asked faithful to invoke salutation on the Holy Prophet. A sincere and thankful faithful feels responsibility to practice the peaceful teaching of Holy Prophet while praying for blessings for their master. Such faithful understand that love of Prophet (s.a.w) is not to be expressed through empty slogans, says Ahmadiyya Caliph in Friday sermon at (MTA tv)
Allah and His angels send blessings on the Prophet. O ye who believe! you also should invoke blessings on him and salute him with the salutation of peace. (33:57).