Placing a Translation-Only Copy of the Qur'an in the Hands of Every Non-Muslim Everywhere:
What Excuse Do Muslims Have for Not Doing It? [Quote - 586]

Published Categorised as Quote-Unquote, Quote-Unquote – Book VI (501-600)

Qur'an is of course in Arabic. And now there are also translations in many languages. Thank God for that: Alhamdulillah!

But what I have trouble figuring out is this: What is the excuse Muslims have for not placing a Translation-Only Copy of the Qur'an in the hands of every non-Muslim everywhere? And by that I mean, for example, Tamil in South India; Mandarin in China; Russian in, where else, Russia; Spanish everywhere; and, of course, English in every part of the world?

Muslims do so many things, and Muslims spend $billions on so many projects. So what is the excuse Muslims have for not doing this: for placing a Translation-Only Copy of the Qur'an in the hands of every non-Muslim in every part, region and country of the world?

Or maybe Muslims do all these things -- on the quiet maybe -- and I just don't know about it!

Or maybe the Muslims do it in a nice, relaxed, leisurely sort of way and I am just being a bit impatient -- rushing it as it were.

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