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Non muslim here happy to give muslims the chance to practice Dawah.

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Just a correction, We muslims give Da'wah not practice, Dawah is an invitation to our religion Islam. Islam is what we practice
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Great Video to watch
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Just a correction, We muslims give Da'wah not practice, Dawah is an invitation to our religion Islam. Islam is what we practice
I thought dawah was evangelism? Sorry if I'm wrong!

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I'll watch now.

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I've got a question, he mentions scientific miracles in the quran - do all muslims describe this or are there muslims who don't accept scientific miracles?

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I've got a question, he mentions scientific miracles in the quran - do all muslims describe this or are there muslims who don't accept scientific miracles?

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I'm not to sure about this, I don't want to answer something that could be wrong.
If you are interested in Islam I'd suggest you go to the nearest Islamic centre/mosque where you could get more accurate answer.
I hope this helped
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I thought dawah was evangelism? Sorry if I'm wrong!

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I'm not to sure about this, I don't want to answer something that could be wrong.
If you are interested in Islam I'd suggest you go to the nearest Islamic centre/mosque where you could get more accurate answer.
I hope this helped
So no dawah today? I was interested to see muslims explain their faith, why it is true and why I should convert.

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So no dawah today? I was interested to see muslims explain their faith, why it is true and why I should convert.

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brother/sister I would study Islam by reading the Quran and the hadiths. I would look into Islam through textbooks not through the internet.
I would go into a mosque and do not worry you will not be looked at ask questions, You will gain so much knowledge.
Faith is a individual choice I would not force anyone into religion
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brother/sister I would study Islam by reading the Quran and the hadiths. I would look into Islam through textbooks not through the internet.
I would go into a mosque and do not worry you will not be looked at ask questions, You will gain so much knowledge.
Faith is a individual choice I would not force anyone into religion
Could you answer a few questions I have?

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Could you answer a few questions I have?

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Ask me mate.
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Ask me mate.
I know the Quran is central to Islam, is it the main reason for Islam being true?

So some people think philosophical argument make a good case for God, but that could be any God. An impersonal deist to polytheistic Hinduism. When choosing a religion, why is Islam the the true one?

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I know the Quran is central to Islam, is it the main reason for Islam being true?

So some people think philosophical argument make a good case for God, but that could be any God. An impersonal deist to polytheistic Hinduism. When choosing a religion, why is Islam the the true one?

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Pluralistic Hinduism - since it contains atheism and agnosticism too within its diverse philosophies
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Pluralistic Hinduism - since it contains atheism and agnosticism too within its diverse philosophies
Yes, I meant specifically the polytheistic Hindus

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Yes, I meant specifically the polytheistic Hindus

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Fair enough lmao
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Fair enough lmao
I know I need to be more precise when I speak of Hinduism

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