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Yes dawa is still on the minds of Muslims

Reader comment on item: Uncovering Early Islam
in response to reader comment: Dearth of Islamic dawah?

Submitted by Plato (India), Jun 10, 2012 at 05:03

You are right sara. I missed many of the exchanges in those two blogs. When I found the topics and the early responses were not from Muslims I rarely went back there again. I should have. Reading some of slayhy's response can be tiresome but in hindsight maybe I should have responded to some of them however hilarious they were. As to Amin Riaz, who better than DNM to deal with his claims. I don't have his erudition or Arabic language skills to deal with them. Maybe I would have come in on some if I had read them. Ben Othman's dawa maybe interesting to deal with. I am just beginning to read them.

Thanks again sara for pointing me to the developments in those blogs.




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