The debate "Muslims want to make all people muslims not by telling them by words but by using the sword" was started by
April 9, 2016, 3:37 am.
By the way, fadi is disagreeing with this statement.
9 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 18 people are on the disagree side.
People are starting to choose their side.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
swat posted 1 argument, fadi posted 8 arguments, bigB posted 2 arguments, luke1567 posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
RyanWakefield posted 1 argument, PsychDave posted 3 arguments, bennie posted 2 arguments to the disagreers part.
swat, bigB, ProudAmerican888, burntoast2000, luke1567 and 4 visitors agree.
fadi, RyanWakefield, confident, PsychDave, project_mayhem, bennie, BlueMouse, BhargavSharma, blanco, MitchellKags and 8 visitors disagree.
no iam christian
fadi are you muslim?
well a thousand wars would
can you tell me a disciple of jesus who did such a thing ? no but abubakar omar and ali who were all islams first khalifs were very brutal
they were forced to islam by the sword and history proves that you are wrong you say that islam is peaceful tell me is the hadith that says that there mustn't be any christians and jews in the Arabian Peninsula is right or wrong ? or to pay the jizya and be humiliated as the quran says am i right ?isn't it present in the quran
In am airport, no. In an abortion clinic, yes. Also, you might not need to worry about Christian violence, but the same cannot be said of people of Arabic descent. They are facing harassment and violence. It is not in an attempt to convert them, but it does seek to use fear of violence to make them leave their homes and businesses. I would say that is approaching terrorism.
i live in the land of muslims
I would have to agree with the use of violence from Christians ( if you want to look at the crusades from the 1600's). That entire battle was pointless though, lives were lost and nothing was achieved. Before I ask you a question, I will say that I am agnostic, therefore there's no biased opinions. You don't really need to worry these days about a Christian in an airport wanting to display fear through a suicide bomb. my questions are do Christians have Sharia Law, or violent qualities today? my answer would be, no.
fadi, the ridda war, was a war against apostates, rebels treaters to the empire of Islam, who sought to divide the empire that's why the campaign was launched. They willingly joined Islam they wasn't forced to, nowhere in history Islam force people to join, where are you from fadi?
you can also look at how Catholics dealt with groups like the cathars or the Hussites. peaceful would not describe it.
The same could be said of some of the crusades. Pointing out a war doesn't prove anything about the population.
are you a muslim if so then i want you to argue with me if you ofcourse prove to me that iam wrong muslims through ou history were conquerors forcing others into their religion can i ask you a question what were the ridda wars about they were about killing people who abandoned islam so you are not basing your assumption on history but on lies
Islamic empire did spread by the sword just like any other Empire, but all of Islamic history will not find Muslims forcing people to convert to Islam, that's Christianity history.
Christianity had a unique beginning. they sprang up inside of a massive empire already. once they became dominant they didn't conquer other countries in order to spread their religion because they had conquered as far as they could already. but that doesn't mean they used peaceful means to convert. they systematically attacked paganism inside the empire and banned other religions on pain of death. just because they found themselves in a situation where they didn't need to conquer doesn't mean they were peaceful.
Fadi was talking about the beginning of Christianity and how it spread. When Rome ruled Christianity spread not by violence, that's for sure.
Islam spread from the Arabian Peninsula by using violence. The religion has promoted violence ever since it came into existence.
What did the Holy Roman Empire conquer? And who did they forcibly convert to Catholism?
So no one was burned as a witch or for heresy? Natives were not killed and forcibly converted? The Holy Roman Empire didn't conquer and force Christianity on anyone?
well yes it was by words and that is why we have alot of martyrs from paul to peter to all of the other martyrs
how do you think Christians took over the world? it wasn't by telling them words.
if you mean a small group of Muslims you are correct, but if you mean all Muslims, than that's just ridiculous
muslims are dangerous.