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in response to reader comment: Our dear Michael al-tablighee and Allah sends a prophet to a nation only if he speaks their language

Submitted by Michael (United Arab Emirates), Mar 9, 2022 at 01:39

Why do you start analyzing every word I ever write? It's seriously making me uncomfortable now.

>Watch your language and one more warning: do you want me to insult your so-called god and your so-called prophet and the weird dude Mirza Ghulam? Yes or No.

I mean, insult them. Not that I would ever care. Yes, if I was in Hamzah or Abdul Hadi mode, I would care, but now that I have revealed my identity, whatever.

ok, now, back to the answers.

1. I mean, doesn't everyone loot everyone? Look at the Cholas, they have a history of looting things and raping women from their own country: India. Or the Marathas that broke 26 mosques and churches invading Bengal. Or the Ranas, which massacred all the Zoroastrians living in the Gangkodgi alley.

2. If you go deep into Muslim mythology, you will find that all the very significant prophets were sent to the Middle East as that was the region most uneducated and most idolatry and polytheistic.

3. Hamzah was me btw, I don't know why you don't get it. And Ram Puniyani, one of the most renowned historians in India was the one that said 14 million were massacred, not me that said it.

4. Yeah, but what about Rumi's works? What about the destruction of half the things Akbar Allahabadi wrote? What about Al-Biruni's family getting killed by Buddhists? Buddhists have an equal share of extremism.

5. I said that it might be an indication that Buddha was a prophet, never really confined it lmao.

6. I would still say the same: Atheism is the best. The most carefree life that you can live.

>More disasters? Allah sends a prophet only if he speaks the language of his people. Right our dear Michael al-tablighee? Abul Qasim aka Muhammad was not Indian. He spoke non of the Indian languages, therefore he could not have been the prophet that was sent to your Hindu ancestors. Therefore, congratulations our dear Michael al-tablighee you are a free man and you can leave Islam.

If you want to make a bucket of water blue, you either spread the colour in all parts or put all the colour in one single place so that it can spread by itself. It seems as if the latter is how Allah played the game. He sent his most significant prophets in the middle east, and Mohammed too, with the Qur'an, so that Islam could spread. And you can't deny the fact that it worked. I mean just look at the South Asian region and how many Muslims rest there.

Now I have some questions:

1. When was the last time you saw 'Rohingya Muslim genocide' or 'Uighur Muslims kept in concentration camps' on the media?

2. Why did the president of France speak up for the man who got killed for making caricatures of Muhammed but not for the 2 Muslim girls, that got stabbed after that?

3. Why is the Russia-Ukraine situation so one-sided while nobody cared when the Palestinians suffered under Israel?

4. Was it Hindu extremists who recently banned all Muslim girls from wearing the Hijab in colleges?

5. How did Zakir Naik, A tablighee as you say it, defeat the biggest Hindu scholar of his time? (Ravishankar)

6. Why does the Taliban always make the news while The Lord's Army is barely seen?

7. Why does Hinduism, not only allow, but also support pedophilia?


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