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Da'wah in Islam Is Posed as a Threat Only to Those Who Fail to Recognize that Truth Comes from Only One Source - The Holy One of Israel

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in response to reader comment: I am safe from Islamic dawa

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 21, 2022 at 13:48

Susceptibility to Islamic Da'wah is presumed in the modern context since the resurgence of Islam after the fall of the Ottoman empire.

When the Ayatollah reentered the Persian awareness of Islam, the entirety of Islam was further split for reasons of not understanding what was the purpose of the Quran was in its initiation and how it was reinvented in order to challenge the influences of the Judeo-Christian spread of the Gospel message after the apostasy of the Roman influences seeped in and diluted the spiritual applications for the next few hundred years. With Christianity and the Messianic message on the wane for the want of belief, taking the Da'wah message to the world stage makes a statement about whose version of truth is now on display.


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