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Why I will not accept Islam

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Submitted by Romesh Chander (United States), May 1, 2008 at 18:14

Mr Hashmi Ali Khan ibn Faiaz Hashmi ALI Khan (New Zealand):

It is funny that you are 15 years old; I am 70 years old. A 15 years old who probably has not even completed high school or Madrassa (and probably has memorized nothing but Koran), and has no concept of intellectual reason is trying to convert somebody to Islam.

Let us see, who is wiser, a 15 year old who does not know anything about the world (and religion), except that he was born into a muslim family, and what he learnt from his parents, or a 70 years old who has plenty of education and can use his brain to reason with others (after all what is brain for if not for reasoning). I bet if you have to reason with somebody, you will have to look up some sura/verse into Koran for guidance and could not use logic of human brain.

No wonder Muslims start breeding fanaticism the day the child is born and you are the best example of it. You must be afraid to live a normal life in this world that you need to get help from Allah for even minor things, even probably following the dictates from Koran for going to the Lavatory.

Don't worry. I am always ready for the Wrath of Your Allah. I wonder how many muslims have been saved by Allah in Iraq, Afghanistan and Darfur (He just lets them bleed to death).

No, I don't want go to Allah's heaven; I like it here on earth. The concept of Hellfire mjay scare you but it does not going to scare me. Now can you tell me, how many muslims have gone to Allah's kingdom and have reported back? None so far. Allah's Kingdom is a myth; and so is the concept of Hellfire. May be too many muslims have been seeing Hellfire in Iraq and Afghanistan and scared of it.

Hey, kid, try peddling Islam to somebody else; this is a political website, not for Islamic Dawa.

By the way, you will be a good candidate for preaching on the street. You will be able to convert the ignorant and the disturbed ones or only the riff-raff from prisons.

Islam makes no sense to any intelligent person.

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