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The Qur'an says that al-Da3wa and al-Tabligh are against Allah's grand plan

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in response to reader comment: Yes, I have checked your links and they are the opinions of people who think they know Islam....

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 25, 2014 at 11:44

You still did not answer my question our dear Adil al-tablighee whose Hindu ancestors were killed raped and enslaved by the Muslim invaders of India where can we kuffar find in the Qur'an

1. ان الاسلام دين كل البشر or Islam is the religion of all man/woman kind you will not find it but you will find the likes of Q14:4

2. ان قثم او ابو القاسم او محمد ارسل كنبي ورسول لكل البشر or Truly Quthm also Abul Qasim also Muhammad was sent as a messenger and prophet to all man/woman kind you will not find it but you will find the likes of Q14:4 and Q10:47 and Q13:8 and Q35:24 and Q28:75

What a disaster the Qur'an says in all of these ayat that Islam is the religion of the Arabs only

3. ان الله يسمح الدعوة والتبليغ or truly Allah allows the Da3wa and the tabligh

You will not find it but you will find the likes of Q14;4

Oh and do us a favor stop chasing your tail and you are now free to leave Islam and be free and get a life and a real job


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