Surat al-Isra' 45 (Wisdom from Surat al-Isra')


(Excerpt from Harun Yahya’s live interview dated 24 January 2011)

When you recite the Qur’an, We place an obscuring veil between you and those who do not believe in the Hereafter. (Surat al-Isra’ 45)

An obscuring veil,” They are dead, in another dimension. But since they are dead, they cannot understand. Our Prophet (saas) went and preached to the most fanatical pagans of Mecca. There were masons at that time, too, and our Prophet (saas) preached to them, There were Jews and Christians, and he preached to the Jews and Christians. He made no distinctions. He did not say, “That person is a mason, so I will not talk to him, and he is a pagan, so I shall not speak to him.” He went to the land of Uqaz. Everyone was there. There were irreligious types and devil-worshipers. And Zoroastrians. Our Prophet (saas) preached to them all. He never said, “He is a Zoroastrian, so I will not preach to him.” So if we exclude or refuse to speak to a freemason, or do not talk to someone because he is irreligious or an atheist, then we are failing to preach Islam. Islam is something that has to be preached to all. And it is a blessing. Anything else is a sin. Allah will ask us in the hereafter why we failed to preach it.

2011-04-16 09:41:17

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