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Islam does not make sense part one

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 10, 2014 at 14:46

While waiting for your answer to the Quranic grammatical disaster here is another reason why Islam does not make any sense so you tell me our dear Adil aka Ayat aka Adil Patel your Allah says

ماكان لنفس تؤمن الا بإذن الله

Oh let me help you with the Arabic

It is not possible for a soul (read this as a man or woman) to become a believer except with Allah's permission

Hint: This is another Q14:4 where Allah says that he guides whom ever he wants and lead astray whom ever he wants which really means that Allah is against little tablighees like you

Your Allah also says

قاتلوا الذين لايؤمنون بالله

Or fight those that do not believe in Allah!

Does this make any sense our dear Adil whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by the Muslim invaders of India? How can Allah lead is astary and make us big time kuffar then ask lost tablighees like you to fight us? Care to comment our dear Adil?


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