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Reader comment on item: Which Privileges for Islam?
in response to reader comment: no way, ever

Submitted by That Other Guy (United Kingdom), May 8, 2007 at 16:16

Apologies for the lack of knowledge shown by Marcos Berenstein.

Setting one thing straight:

There is no compulsion in Islam. If you or your grandchildren (although you cannot force them not to convert to any religion) would rather die than converting to Islam, then let it be, you may die. If you so dearly wish to never be a Muslim (your loss) then what can we do. As long as we have conveyed the message to you, we cannot do anymore, that is up to God Almighty. Noone will force you to convert to Islam, they cannot, it quite clearly goes against Islamic principles.



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