Exposing Islam: How to ask the right questions of a Muslim

by 1389 on February 18, 2016

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Bill Warner, PhD: Tough Questions for Islam

Published on Feb 17, 2016 by Political Islam
Tough Questions for Islam

When people go to an event where they might be able to ask a question of a Muslim, what is the best way to ask?

I recommend a specific technique. Do not ask about the Koran. Do not ask about Islam, instead ask about Mohammed. State some idea from the Sunna (what Mohammed did or said) and then ask the Muslim a question about obeying that Sunna. Your goal is to educate the audience.

Here is an example: The Sunna of Mohammed includes wife beating, as does the Sharia. Do you agree that wife-beating is a good practice?

You will never get a straight answer, but the audience learns about Mohammed and Islamic doctrine from your question.

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1 Qui Creva August 23, 2016 at 11:55 am

Excellent strategy. The legitimacy of Islam boils down to the trustworthiness of Muhammad, because we have ONLY Muhammad’s word that the angel Gabriel spoke to him and dictated the Qur’an. No one else ever saw or heard Gabriel during these recitation sessions, and Muhammad never performed any miracles or offered any true prophecies to prove that he had been chosen by God to deliver a message to humankind. Given all of this – just how trustworthy was Muhammad? From the evidence of Islam’s own foundational texts, NOT VERY! Normally most sane individuals would not select a known liar, thief, robber, pedophile, war lord, rapist, enslaver, murderer, assassin, etc. as a religious leader. Muhammad was all of these horrible things and more, a genuine sociopath/psychopath. So, to defeat Islam all we need do is keep the focus on Muhammad and keep telling the truth about this “prophet”. The truth has set us free, and that same truth will eventually free Muslims from the brutal yoke of Islam.

By the way, make sure you can quote chapter and verse of the Qur’an, ahadith and sirat if you intend to discuss Muhammad with Muslims. Otherwise, they will engage in the usual deceitful tactics of claiming “the Qur’an doesn’t say that”, “you are quoting a weak hadith”, Muhammad never did such things”, etc. It helps to bring notes or copies of the source texts along with you to these discussions.

Above all, share this truth with love. You are trying to educate Muslims to save them from the curse of an evil ideology, not humiliate them and vanquish them.

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