Islam's Teachings on The Enemies of Allah: The Disbelievers - i.e. The Non-Muslims


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PART 1

The following is excerpted from ‘Answers to common questions to new Muslims’ (Published 1993 by the Islamic Assembly of North America):

Mixing with non-Muslims Removes One’ s Religious Pride and Jealousy

Question: I live in an area in which most of the residents are from our brethren Christians. We eat and drink with some of them. Is my prayer not valid and my living with them not allowed?

Answer: Before responding to the question, I would like to comment on something that I hope you said unintentionally. This is your statement, “Our brethren Christians”. There is never any brotherhood between Muslims and Christians. Brotherhood must be based on faith. As Allah says: “Verily the believers are but a brotherhood” (al-Hujurat 49:10). If blood relationships come to an end because of differences in religion, how can brotherhood be confirmed for people of different religions and no blood relations?

Allah says about Noah and his son: “[Noah said,] ‘O my Lord, verily my son is of my family! And certainly your promise is true, and You are the Most Just Of the judges.’ He [Allah] said, 'O Noah! Surely he is not of your family, his work is unrighteous”’ (Hud 11 :45-46) There is never brotherhood between a believer and a disbeliever. In fact, it is obligatory upon the believer not to take a disbeliever as his close friend and ally. Allah says in the Quran, “O believers! Take not My enemies and your enemies as friends, showing affection towards them, while they have disbelieved in what has come to you of the Truth” (al-Mumtahana 60:1).

Who are those enemies of Allah? The enemies of Allah are the disbelievers. Allah says, “Whoever is an enemy to Allah, His Angels, His Messengers, Gabriel and Michael, then verily, Allah is an enemy to the disbelievers” (al-Baqara 2:98). Allah also says, “O Believers! Take not the Jews and the Christians as friends and helpers. They are but friends to one another. And if any among you takes them as friends and allies, then surely he is one of them. Verily, Allah does not guide the wrongdoers” (al-Maida 5:51). Therefore, it is not permissible for a Muslim to describe any disbeliever as a brother - whatever type of disbeliever he is, be he Christian, Jew, Magian or atheist. Be aware, dear brother, of making such a statement.

Now as for the response to your question, I state : You should try to remain away from mixing with non-Muslims because mixing with them removes your religious zealousness and pride from your heart and may lead you to having love and compassion in your heart for them. Allah has stated, “You (O Muhammad) will not find any people who believe in Allah and the Last Day making friendship with those who oppose Allah and His Messenger, even if they were their fathers, or their sons, or their brothers, or their kin. For such He has written faith in their hearts and strengthened them with proofs from Himself And We will admit them to gardens through which rivers flow, to dwell therein (forever). Allah is pleased with them, and they with Him. They are the party of Allah, Verily, it is the party of Allah that will be the successful.” (al-Mujadalah 58:22).

END OF PART 1


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PART 2

A Disbeliever is not a Muslim’ s Brother

Question: I live with a Christian who calls me his brother and we are like brethren, we eat and drink together. Is this kind of deed permissible?

Answer: A disbeliever is not a Muslim’s brother. Allah has said, “Verily the believers are but brethren” (al-Hujurat 49:10). The Prophet (peace be upon him) also said, “A Muslim is a brother to a Muslim”. A disbeliever, whether he be Jew, Christian, Magian, Socialist or whatever, is not a brother to a Muslim. It is not allowed to take him as a companion and close friend. However, if one eats with him sometime, without taking him as a companion, due to a general invitation or specific gathering, there is no harm in that. But to take him as a companion, close friend and dining associate, this is not allowed. Allah has cut off such ties of love, loyalty and friendship between Muslims and disbelievers. Allah says in His Noble Book, “Indeed, there is an excellent example for you in Abraham and those with him, when they said to their people, ‘Verily, we are free from you and whatever you worship besides Allah, we have rejected you, and there has started between us and you, hostility and hatred forever - until you believe in Allah alone’” (al-Mumtahana 60:4).

Allah has also said, “You (O Muhammad) will not find any people who believe in Allah and the Last Day making friendship with those who oppose Allah and His Messenger, even if they were their fathers, or their sons, or their brothers, or their kin. For such He has written faith in their hearts and strengthened them with proofs from Himself And We will admit them to gardens through which rivers flow, to dwell therein (forever). Allah is pleased with them, and they with Him. They are the party of Allah. Verily, it is the party of Allah that will be the successful” (al-Mujadalah 58:22)

Therefore, it is obligatory upon a Muslim to be free of the people of infidelity and to hate them for the sake of Allah. However, one must not harm them, hurt them or oppose them without justice and rights to do so, as long as they are not fighting us. At the same time, though, one does not take them as comrades or brothers. If one coincidentally eats with them at a general invitation or specific event, without companionship, loyalty or love for them, then there is no harm in that act. It is obligatory upon Muslims to deal with disbelievers in an Islamic fashion with proper behavior, as long as they are not fighting the Muslims. One must fulfill one’s trusts to them, must not deceive them, must not betray them or lie to them. If there is a discussion or debate between them, one must argue with them in the best manner and be just with them in the dispute. This is in obedience to Allah’s command, “And argue not with the People of the Scriptures (Jews and Christians) unless it be in a way that is better, except with such of them as do wrong” (al-Ankabut 29 :46).

It is sanctioned for the Muslim to invite them to the good, to advise them and to be patient with them at the same time being neighborly and polite with them. This is so because Allah has stated, “lnvite to the way of your Lord with wisdom (of the Quran) and fair preaching, and argue with them in a way that is better” (al-Nahl 6: 25). Allah has also said, “Speak good to people” (al-Baqara 2:83). The Prophet (peace be upon him) has also said, .'The one who guides to good will have the same reward as the one who does that good". Actually, there are numerous verses and hadith with the same meaning.

END OF PART 2


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PART 3

The Ruling About Mixing with the Disbelievers

Question: What is the ruling concerning mixing with the disbelievers and being soft and gentle with them in hopes that they will embrace Islam?

Answer: There is no doubt that a Muslim is obliged to hate the enemies of Allah and be free of them. This was the way of the messengers and their followers. Allah says, “Indeed, there is an excellent example for you in Abraham and those with him. when they said to their people, 'Verily, we are free from you and whatever you worship besides Allah, we have rejected you, and there has started between us and you, hostility and hatred forever - until you believe in Allah alone”’ (al-Mumtahana 60 :4). Allah has also said, "You (O Muhammad) will not find any people who believe in Allah and the Last Day making friendship with those who oppose Allah and His Messenger, even if they were their fathers, or their sons, or their brothers, or their kin. For such He has written faith in their hearts and strengthened them with proofs from Himself " (al-Mujadalah 58:22).

Based on these, a Muslim is not allowed to have love and compassion in his heart for the enemies of Allah who are in reality his own enemies. Allah has stated, “O believers! Take not My enemies and your enemies as friends, showing affection towards them, while they have disbelieved in what has come to you of the Truth”. (al-Mumtahana 60: 1). But there is no harm for a Muslim treating them with kindness and gentleness in hopes that they become Muslim. This is a type of reconciling their hearts to Islam. However, if one despairs in their becoming Muslim, then one may treat them in the way that they may be treated. And this is dealt with in detail in the law books, in particular ibn al-Qayyim’s Ahkam ahl al-Dhimmah.

The Ruling Concerning Having Love for the Disbelievers

Question: What is the ruling concerning having love for the disbelievers and preferring them to the Muslims?

Answer: There is no doubt that the one who loves the disbelievers more than he loves the believers is committing a great sin. It is obligatory upon him to love the Muslims and to love for them what he loves for himself. If he loves the enemies of Allah more than he loves Muslims this is very dangerous and forbidden. In fact, it is not even allowed to love them even if one loves them less than he loves the Muslims. Allah has stated, “You (O Muhammad) will not find any people who believe in Allah and the Last Day making friendship with those who oppose Allah and His Messenger, even if they were their fathers, or their sons. or their brothers. or their kin. For such He has written faith in their hearts and strengthened them with proofs from Himself And We will admit them to gardens through which rivers flow. to dwell therein (forever). Allah is pleased with them, and they with Him. They are the party of Allah. VeriIy. it is the party of Allah that will be the successful.” (al-Mujadalah 58:22).

Allah has also said, “O believers! Take not My enemies and your enemies as friends. showing affection towards them. while they have disbelieved in what has come to you of the Truth” (al-Mumtahana 60: ). Furthermore, whoever praises them and prefers them over the Muslims in deeds and otherwise, then he has committed a sin and has not had proper thoughts about his brethren Muslims. And he has had good thoughts about those people who are not deserving of such thoughts. It is obligatory upon the believer to prefer Muslims over others in every aspect, in deeds and otherwise. If one finds shortcomings in Muslims. he must advise them. warn them and explained to them the wrong they are doing. Perhaps, Allah may guide them through his hands.’

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PART 4

Ruling Concerning Honoring a Disbeliever by Giving Him Wine

Question: Is it allowed for a Muslim to honor his non-Muslim friends by giving them food or drink that is forbidden in Islam?

Answer. Islam is the religion of forgiveness, easiness and simplicity. At the same time, though. it is a religion of justice. Generosity is an Islamic character. However, if the person is a disbeliever, then the ruling concerning that generosity differs depending on the intention of the person himself and depending on what he offers as an act of kindness. The intent could be legally sanctioned. If he wants to make some contact with the person until he invites him to Islam and rescues him from disbelief then that is a noble intention. One of the principles of Islamic law is that the means has the same ruling as the goal. If the goal is obligatory, then the means become obligatory. If the goal is forbidden, then the means are also forbidden. If there was no legally sanctioned goal behind the generosity and the person would not be harmed by not being kind, then it is permissible for him not to be so. However, it is not allowed to do acts of generosity or kindness with things that Allah has forbidden. such as pork or alcohol. By giving such items, the person has disobeyed Allah and obeyed them. He has preferred their rights over that of Allah. A Muslim must stick to his religion. In a non-Muslim land, he must openly demonstrate his applying Islam in order to be a caller to Islam in both word and action.

The Ruling Concerning Business Transactions with the Disbelievers

Question: Is it valid to have business transactions or trading with the disbelievers while we are aware that they are disbelievers? And, in particular, when we are in need of what they manufacture?

Answer. Allah willing, there is no harm in using what the disbelievers manufacture if there is some need to do so, as is what is happening these days as items, products, appliances and so forth are imported from non-Muslim countries. This need makes us come into agreements with them concerning price, amount and quality and how the items will be received and paid for [All of this is allowed.]’

Ruling Concerning Greeting a Disbeliever

Question: How shall we respond to a disbeliever if he greets us?

Answer: It is confirmed that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said. .“Do not be the first to greet a Jew or Christian with peace. And if you come across them in the walkway, force them to the edges.” Muslim recorded this in his Sahih. He (peace be upon him) also said, .‘If the People of the Book greet you with peace. say, ‘Wa alaikum (and unto you).’" This was recorded by al-Bukhari and Muslim. The People of the Book are the Jews and Christians. The ruling concerning the other disbelievers is the same as the ruling of the Jews and Christians in this matter since there is no evidence to show otherwise. In general, one does not first greet a disbeliever. However, if he starts the greeting, then one must respond by our statement, “And upon you”, in accord with the order from the Messenger (peace be upon him). There is no prohibition to say after that, something like, “How are you? How are your children?” Some of the scholars, including ibn Taimiya, has said that this is permissible. This is especially acceptable if there is some Islamically sanctioned reason for that, such as hoping the person will become Muslim or making him susceptible to your calling him to Islam. Allah has stated, “Invite to the way of your Lord with wisdom (of the Quran) and fair preaching, and argue with them in a way that is better” (al-Nahl 16: 125). Allah has also said, .“And argue not with the People of the Scriptures (Jews and Christians) unless it be in a way that is better, except with such of them as do wrong” (al-Ankabut 29:46).’

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PART 5 - FINAL

The Ruling Concerning a Gift from the Ad-hiya to non-Muslim Neighbors

Question : Does the non-Muslim neighbor have a portion of the adhiya or not?

Response: It is permissible for a Muslim to assist his non-Muslim neighbor by giving him some meat from his sacrificed animal. He may give it to them in order to soften their hearts and to fulfill the rights that neighbors have upon one another. This is so because there is no evidence prohibiting such an act and due to the generality of Allah’s statement in the Quran, “Allah forbids you not to deal justly and kindly with those who fought not against you on account of religion and drove you not out from your homes. Verily, Allah loves those who deal with equity”. (al-Mumtahanah 60:8). In fact, the Permanent Committee gave a ruling on this question. This is the text of their response:

    Yes. it is allowed for us to give food to the disbelievers living under the Islamic state and wayfarers from the meat of the sacrificed animal. It is allowed to give to them on the basis of  their poverty, blood relation, being a neighbor or to soften their hearts. The ritual act is the actual act of slaughtering which is an act of worship and getting closer to Allah. As for the meat of said animal, it is best for the person to consume one third of it himself and to give one-third of it as a gift to his relatives and neighbors and friends, and to give another third away in charity to the poor. If the shares are slightly off from those portions. there is no harm as the matter is a wide one and not strict. However, one should not give such meat to a harbi (someone who is fighting against the Muslim state) be cause in their case, the obligation is to suppress and weaken them and not assist or strengthen them with charity. In fact,   that is the ruling with respect to all forms of voluntary charity, based on the generality of the verse in the Quran, "Allah forbids you not to deal justly and kindly with those who fought not against you on account of religion and drove you not out from your homes. Verily, Allah loves those who deal with equity" (al-Mumtahanah 60 :8). Furthermore, the Prophet (peace be upon him) ordered Asma bint Abu Bakr (may Allah be pleased with her) to help her mother out with money although she was a polytheist. 

Giving Voluntary Charity to non-Muslims:

Question: Is it permissible to give charity to non-Muslims?

Response: It is not permissible to give zakat to the non-Muslims. Furthermore, it is disliked to give voluntary charity to the non-Muslims because, in so doing, you are supporting them in their disbelief Allah says in the Quran, “But do not help one another in sin and transgression” (al-Maidah 5:2). However, if you hope for someone to be Muslim. then there is no harm in giving him some charity in the hope that it might encourage him to become Muslim. If you fear that someone is about to die, it is permissible to save him from death in order to let him know about the beauty of lslam.

Observing or Recognizing the Holidays of the Jews and Christians is not Allowed

Question: some Muslims recognize the holidays of the Jews and Christians. When a Jewish or Christian holiday comes, they close the Islamic schools because of those holidays. However, on Muslim holidays, they do not close the schools. They argue that by observing the Christian and Jewish holidays, those people might be led to Islam. We would like you to clarify this matter.

Answer: First, the practice is to publicly display the signs of Islam among Muslims and to avoid anything that goes against the guidance of the Messenger (peace be upon him). It is confirmed that he said, .“You should follow my way (sunnah) and the way of the rightly guided successors…”

          Second, it is not allowed for Muslims to participate with  the disbelievers in their holidays or to show joy and happiness for such occasions. Similarly, one cannot cancel work for such an occasion. This is true whether the occasion be a religious or secular holiday. To do so would be a forbidden imitation of the  enemies of Allah. It is confirmed that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, "Whoever imitates a people is one of  them."

          We advise you to refer to the book lqtidha al-Sirat al-Mustaqeem by Shaikh al-lslam ibn Taimiya as it is very beneficial  concerning this matter.

END OF PART 5 - FINAL

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Bump.

Non-Muslims, and Muslims should learn about this.


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I have my Comparative Religions class read Surah 60, which you cited above. It is a real eye opener.

Dan L


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[quote=USCatholic]Bump.

Non-Muslims, and Muslims should learn about this.
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Scary stuff!

Most of your most scathing posts, such as this one, seem to be quotes from the teaching of Islam.

I’m afraid that the only ones that are in the dark about Islam are the non-Muslims. I’m pretty sure that most Muslims know this stuff, and they don’t really want us to know. It seems that they will throw up a smoke-screen. “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain. Look over here. We love you. We don’t want to kill you. We mean you no harm. We’re just like you.”

And we’re just sappy enough to buy it, hook, line and sinker.


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So where does it say in the Qur’an that Muslims can kill the enemy’s women and children?

deen


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Killing the Enemy’s Women abd Children

What the Bible Says

This is what the** Lord almighty says ** :" …Now go, attack the Amalekites and totally destroy everything that belongs to them. Do not spare them;** put to death men and women, children and infants, cattle and sheep, camels and donkeys**." (1 Samuel 15:2,3)

Now kill all the boys. And** kill every woman ** who has slept with a man, but save for yourselves every girl who has never slept with a man. (Numbers 31:17,18)

However, in the cities of the nations the Lord your God is giving you as an inheritance, **do not leave alive anything that breathes. ** (Deuteronomy 20:16)

But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me. (Luke 19:27 )


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[quote=deen]What the Bible Says

This is what the** Lord almighty says**…But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me. (Luke 19:27 )
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If you wish to quote the Gospel, please do so in context. This is not Christ ordering an execution, this is a parable, beginning in verse 11, in which Jesus is talking about an allegorical king dealing with rebelious citizens who would not submit to his authority. The king is a metaphor for Christ and this parable illustrates the fate of those who hate Him at the Final Judgement. Jesus is **not **literally instructing His Apostles to kill anyone.


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[quote=Joseph Bilodeau]If you wish to quote the Gospel, please do so in context. This is not Christ ordering an execution, this is a parable, beginning in verse 11, in which Jesus is talking about an allegorical king dealing with rebelious citizens who would not submit to his authority. The king is a metaphor for Christ and this parable illustrates the fate of those who hate Him at the Final Judgement. Jesus is **not **literally instructing His Apostles to kill anyone.
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I was expecting that! My intention was to give some people a taste of their own medicine so that they will also stop quoting verses from the Qur’an and narrations from hadith –out of context.

peace,

deen


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Now please give me the context of the following verse. And also check if we have something similar from the Qur’an.

THE SEX LITERATURE IN THE BIBLE ?

[Prov. 7:7] I have seen among the simple, I have perceived among the youth, a young man without sense, passing along the street near her corner taking the road to her house in the twilight, in the evening at the time of the night and darkness. And lo, a woman meets him, dressed as a harlot, wily of heart. She is loud and wayward. Now in the street, now in the market, and at every corner she lies in wait.

SHE SEIZES HIM AND KISSES HIM, and with impudent face she says to him: I have come to meet you, to seek you eagerly, and I have found you.

I have perfumed my bed with myrrh, aloes, and cinnamon. COME, LET US TAKE OUR FILL OF LOVE TILL THE MORNING, LET US DELIGHT OURSELVES WITH LOVE. FOR MY HUSBAND IS NOT AT HOME, HE HAS GONE ON A LONG JOURNEY. With much seductive speech she persuades him, with her smooth talk she compels him. All at once he follows her, as an ox goes to the slaughter.


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THEY EAT DUNG & DRINK PISS

[2King 18:27] Rab’-sha-keh said, “Has he not sent me to the men which sit on the wall, **THAT THEY MAY EAT THEIR OWN DUNG, AND DRINK THEIR OWN PISS ** with you.”

Can anyone quote someting like this from the Qur’an?
thx,

deen


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[quote=cargopilot]Scary stuff!

Most of your most scathing posts, such as this one, seem to be quotes from the teaching of Islam.

I’m afraid that the only ones that are in the dark about Islam are the non-Muslims. I’m pretty sure that most Muslims know this stuff, and they don’t really want us to know. It seems that they will throw up a smoke-screen. “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain. Look over here. We love you. We don’t want to kill you. We mean you no harm. We’re just like you.”

And we’re just sappy enough to buy it, hook, line and sinker.
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This thread, and the other one that I authored, are meant to shed light on the “unknown Islam.”

Yes, Muslims are hidding the true teachings of Islam, they know that they are against Human Rights and the basic principles of a civilized society.

Yet, other Muslims don’t know what Islam is all about. They were taught to believe blindly without questioning. At school, at home, they repeat and are taught to learn by heart ALL the chapters of the Quran.

There are competitions in the muslim world and prizes given to those kids who can recite the Quran, all of it!!

Imagine that… Well, don’t imagine, because it is a fact. It happens every year, for example, in Egypt.

It is not important, it doesn’t matter if Muslims understand or not the difficult language of the Quran, what’s important, what is a duty of every Muslim is to know how to recite the Quran, to memorize and learn its verses and chapter by heart.

Now, consider this: All muslim kids are brainwashed and turned up into machines, robots, programmed throughout their childhood to memorize and repeat the Quran, without understanding a single word of it.

Put all that in the context of the current events, you’ll see a muslim terrorist willing, wholeheartedly to give up his life for what he was programmed to do during his childhood and his entire life.

THAT is Brainwashing!

That is the TRUE Islam.

Muslims and non-Muslims must learn the TRUTH about Islam.

And my messages, hopefully, can contribute to shed some light on the dark, hidden, and deliberately covered, Evil side of Islam.


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The changing of subject to Christianity or Judaism or to Tree-Worshipping, by the Muslims, prove that they are cornered, they can’t find a rebuttal to the evil teachings of their “holy book” or to the sayings of Muhammad -hell-be-upon-him.

Because denying the teaching of the Quran and Muhammad -hell-be-upon-him-, is denying Islam.

But who knows? Maybe some can have the courage to stand up and say: “Finally, my eyes are opened. How in the world I believed in that bull c r a p?”


#18

deen & USCatholic. Noticed you both registered within days of each other (the 6th and 9th of June respectively), you both comment a lot but Islam is the only topic which interests you.


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[quote=David_Paul]deen & USCatholic. Noticed you both registered within days of each other (the 6th and 9th of June respectively), you both comment a lot but Islam is the only topic which interests you.
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Sorry David…I missed your point there. Please elaborate.

thx and peace,

deen


#20

More false accusations. There is nothing to deny or hide in the true teachings of Islam. The topic of this thread is part of the basic tenets of faith in Islam. It is called alliance and amity, disavowal and enmity.If one will visit one of our famous sites : Islam Q & A
this topic is thoroughly discussed.

Just because someone does not like what he/she reads in the teachings of Islam, it is not enough to conclude that the religion is false or evil. That is not an objective approach.

Even many Christians hate Islam and the Muslims because they think that we are anti-Christ or that we are discrediting Jesus (peace be upon him). I will not be surprised if UC is one of them.

Maybe if we take an analogy, things will become clearer…God willing. Suppose that your sister has been falsely accused of doing an immoral act by your neighbors. She is hurt and she specifically tells you to hate certain people? Will you not support her? Even if no one tells you this, it is only natural for humans to hate what our love ones hate and love what our love ones love.

It is the same in Islam. Because God wants us to worship Him alone according to the way He presribed to His prophet. He hates that we ascribed partners to him (e.g. Trinity). Naturally, He has the right to dictate what He loves and what He hates from HIs creation.

Please read the following Q & A to have a better picture of this issue. This was taken from the same link given above.

**Question #26721: Principles and guidelines for Muslims’ relations with non-Muslims - Part 1 **
**
Question : **

We want to know in detail how Muslims regard non-Muslims, and how they should deal with them according to Islamic sharee’ah?

**Answer : **

Praise be to Allaah.

1- Islam is the religion of mercy and justice.

2- Muslims are commanded to call non-Muslims to Islam with wisdom and beautiful preaching and by debating in a manner that is better. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“And argue not with the people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians), unless it be in (a way) that is better (with good words and in good manner, inviting them to Islamic Monotheism with His Verses), except with such of them as do wrong”

[al-‘Ankaboot 29:46]

3- Allaah does not accept any religion other than Islam. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“And whoever seeks a religion other than Islam, it will never be accepted of him, and in the Hereafter he will be one of the losers”

[Aal ‘Imraan 3:85]

4- The Muslims should give the kaafirs the opportunity to hear the words of Allaah. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“And if anyone of the Mushrikoon (polytheists, idolaters, pagans, disbelievers in the Oneness of Allaah) seeks your protection then grant him protection so that he may hear the Word of Allaah (the Qur’aan) and then escort him to where he can be secure”

[al-Tawbah 9:6]

5- The Muslims should differentiate between different kinds of kaafirs in their dealings with them. They should make peace with those who make peace, and wage war against those who wage war, and wage jihad against those who stand in the way of spreading the message of Islam and causing it to prevail of earth.

to be continued…

thx,

deen


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