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Interesting That Greater Warnings of Islam's Intrigues Come From Islam Itself

Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
in response to reader comment: Reading the Islamic Literary Sources and the History and Geography of early Islam

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 28, 2021 at 13:36

As a more recent student of DNM's dissertations regarding how Islam inserted itself into the streams of divergent historical religious affirmations; and, in doing so, revealed so much more about what was the true motivation of destroying all such other endeavors of achieving a 'path to heaven,' and why it is necessary to discern the obfuscation of a very complicated series of divergent philosophies that needed to be quashed in order to promote the most difficult means of rejecting the Truth, the ultimate goal of Islam. It is sophisticated, complex (despite the claims that a simple understanding of Arabic is required - by Persian and Urdu speakers); and now there is the question of whether Shiite or Sunni adherence is more effective for dominance (Shiite Masjids under attack in latest resurgences of Islam in Afghanistan).
So, what is the answer: is the Quran a Kitab Mubeen; or do we need to discern the real threat from a differing perspective, and not from the supposed Arabic quarter?


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