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Our dear Ahmad and the "no complusion in religion"'s Sabab al-Nuzul part deux

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 17, 2008 at 08:49

This gem was written by our dear Ahmad al-tablighee

>2.Slay the infidels wherever you find them unless they convert (9.5). Response: There is no compulsion in religion. Certain surahs were talking about certain events(in response to) that happened and it is not general in nature.

But our dear Ahmad we are told in the ancient commentaries that the la ikrah fi al-deen was revealed:

"with a psecific reference to a certain group in Medina. In pre-islamic times we are told a woman would swear an oath that if she bore a child she would place it among the local Jews the idea being to secure it a long life. When Islam came there were some children in this position. so when the Jewish tribe of Nadir was expelled from Medina people said: "but prophet our sons and brothers are among them." To this the prophet had no answer until Allah sent down the no compulsion verse thereby ruling that it was for the children to choose between judaism and islam" (see Michael Cook) Et voila there is nothing here about universal la ikrah fi al-deen. Just think of your Hindu ancestors that were not given such choice by the maniac Mahmud of Ghazni and the religion of Islam.

But wait like anything in Islam much of the above is more likely than not a little qisa that means nothing and get us no where because the tradition tells that that in actual fact:

1. Surat al-Tuba is the last revealed sura

2. Based on the doctrine of al-nasikh wa al-mansukh ayat al-sayf will aborogate the "la ikrah fi al-deen" or the no compulsion in religion

3. Therefore it is all about: Iqtoloo al-muskrikeen and qatilo ahl al-kitab and no more la ikrah fi al-deen

How come you did not know that? Or were you hoping that we infidles do not know that?

But again you are here defending Arabian imperialism and the religion of the Arabs and for this I say: Shame


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