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We do not cast people out calling them communists. We strive for them to attain faith. We do not cast people out calling them Masons. We strive for them to attain faith. We communicate religion to Christians, to Jews, to everyone. We do not feel hatred or hold grudge against irreligious people or atheists or Buddhists, or against any community, tribe or religion. We approach them all with compassion so that they can learn about Islam and the Qur'an, insha'Allah.
One feels pity for the irreligious, so why are you attacking irreligious? You cannot pull an irreligious person towards your own religion by force. You have to give them freedom, you cannot interfere with their beliefs. You cannot drag them towards your own system, your own moral values. Unless they do harm to anyone, you cannot interfere with their values. You can only interfere with them if they do harm to you in person, to your environment or the society; in which case you would have a right to do so. But even then it would be within the framework of law and justice system.
The atheists can rest their hearts in peace. I do feel great compassion for them all. We can write to each other and make conversation, no one would have a negative attitude towards them. Such a thing would never happen. There is freedom of statement. People are free to state their opinions so that information becomes clear; so that opinions become clearer.
Jews and Christians believe in Allah. Of course we love them. And we feel compassion towards atheists as well. Furthermore we, as Muslims, find ourselves to blame and think; "this means that we haven't been able to reach as many people as we should; so we should communicate religion even more, we should preach religion."
It is needless for atheists to be troubled with criticisms. I am merely showing an effort for those atheist friends to go to the Heaven as well. I want them to have a peaceful and comfortable life. Normally I could have completely ignored them but we are the only ones among religious circles who approach atheists and communists with compassion.
Animosity towards Jews, being against Jews, animosity against Christians, being against Christians, hatred towards Buddhists or having a fatal hatred towards atheists; these are all cruelty, these are all unreasonable and ruthless. God could have created you as atheists, as Jews or Christians. We are obliged to be compassionate and affectionate.
Being a communist is not an offense but being a terrorist, anarchist, ferocious organization is an offense. Otherwise if it were to remain on the intellectual level, be a communist, defend any other ideology you like we would not be concerned by any of them. You can be an atheist, you can be a communist, but if you attempt to employ violence and terror, we would be standing against you. We would not let you do that.
One might be an atheist. Being an atheist is a crime in the Sight of God, not before His servants. You cannot interfere with that. In the verses of the Qur'an, God says; "Say; you have your religion and I have my religion." One might be an atheist, one might be devout, one might have another religion; all are possible. God says "There is no compulsion in religion."
What kind of interpretation of Islam is it if you do not preach to atheists and Darwinists? Who are we meant to command good and forbid evil to? Who are we meant to struggle against? Muslims have a duty to talk about Islam to Jews and Christians, known as the People of the Book, to atheists, to pagans and to everyone, in the kind of language they can understand. That is God’s command. You cannot talk about Islam using hostile language, only through love.
But if you try to win atheists, disbelievers, those against Islam over, then you should try even harder to win over the Muslims who have a sickness in their hearts and weaker faiths. You can easily commune with such people as they are already among you. No matter how abnormal they may behave, how ill-tempered they are, the merit, the reward of trying to win such people over are greater.
Believers always think in favor of God and religion. Muslims cannot make an unfavorable analysis, but only favorable ones. They always assume the best [for God and believers]. But if a person is among disbelievers or is an atheist, he might think unfavorably about God and religion; however, after having faith in God, a believer cannot continue to do so. They should always give the benefit of the doubt and think positively.
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