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Where does it say..........

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in response to reader comment: The Qur'an says that al-Da3wa and al-Tabligh are against Allah's grand plan

Submitted by Adil (United States), Nov 4, 2014 at 20:01

Where in the Quran is it said the Muhammad is not the Messenger of Allah? Where does it say in the Quran da'wah is haram? Why does it say that we must spread Islam? Why did Allah tell Musa to make da'wah to Fir'awn? Why did Allah send Nuh to make da'wah to his people? Why did Ibrahim make da'wah to his father if da'wah is haram in Islam? Why does Allah tell Muhammad that he is warner and a Messenger?

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