The questions have been and are relevant, and we would like to know.<quoted text>
I reply to posts which I think are pertinent and not rhetoric and the person has some genuine doubts or query or wants to know something.
Who said the questions are and attack on your religion? The questions are the litmus test of your religion and character.<quoted text>
I refuse to answers question that make tangent attacks on Islam and generalize actions of few on whole community.
So far you inability to answer is defending the actions of all that perpetrate injustice and horrific acts upon humanity.<quoted text>
I am here to defend Islam and its teaching not to justify actions of a particular Muslim, a particular leader or a particular country and its rulers.
We have through the questions that you will not answer. You do not see that not answering the questions places you as an amoral person as well as your religion if you defend the acts.<quoted text>
Ask me about Islam and its teachings and not what Muslims are doing.... if majority of Muslims were living according to teachings of Islam, most of people in the world by this time would have become Muslims.
The teachings are by deeds as well as by word. Yet you defend the acts by not denouncing them.<quoted text>
But we cannot stop telling people about Islam and its teachings until all Muslims become True Muslims.... otherwise these non Muslims will accuse us in the hereafter that these Muslims never told us about Islam and its teachings.
For the most part mulims have kept their mouths shut and their eyes as well as their hearts to the reprobates and nefarious people in the Muslim religion. By this act your are as guilty as the ones causing the acts of hate, violence, murder, genocide, and rape.<quoted text>
Muslim Dawah activities are continuing amongst Muslims also and most of our time is spending on reforming Muslims.... but we also tell non muslims about Islam to save us from their accusations in the hereafter.
Otherwise we would have kept our mouth shut and not speak or write a single word.