Faith Does Not Coincide with Coercion [Quote - 250]

Published Categorised as Quote-Unquote, Quote-Unquote – Book III (201-300)

“The usual Liars-Liars-Pants-on-Fires say Islam is all about forcing people to become Muslim. I checked and guess what I found? You will not believe this, but this is what I found: “Absolutely, positively, there is to be no coercion or compulsion in matters of faith or belief!” That is what I found – without ambiguity or prevarication of any kind.

And guess where I found it. In the Qur’an, that is where.

Can you find me 10 comparable so-called “religious” texts, or secular documents, going back 1400 years, that make the same proclamation of individual liberty that the Qur’an does? And that guarantee everyone everywhere the same right to freedom of belief and conscience as does the Qur’an?

I also wonder how many Muslims know this. Or, for that matter, how many non-Muslims do. And just to be curious how many Muslims and non-Muslims told each other this.” (Dr. Pasha)

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