Using the word ‘revert’ to describe converts to a religion of any kind is a form of cheap intellectual deceit.
The tendency among some Sunnis is to use the word “revert” to describe converts to their religion.
The unsubtle implication is, of course, that Sunni Islam is the pre-existing and universal faith from which some have latterly diverged.
This is predicated, somewhat predictably, upon a ḥadīth (that very literature which has served to preclude many Sunnis from doing due diligence on what the Qur’an’s usage of the word muslīm implies).
Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yg7lt79b5Lk
The Quran is clear: usury is a sin and takes a man to Hell. Old concepts, I know, but last time I checked, dying hadn’t gone out of fashion.
Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4rc5ZuVOvg
The elite have a problem: they can’t escape death.
Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oFaak7FGsQ
So I don’t have to spend more energy on this than is necessary, I’ve summarized the main reasons I reject Hadith in one place so I can concentrate on more interesting subjects.
Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EloWrUEzapA
The Qur’an claims to be complete and protected and from God. If that’s true, why would you need an entirely extraneous literature written by men in order to understand it?
Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZtcIwMlURk
How to overthrow the satanic system of tyranny under which we live? Is it even possible? The answer, historically, is: yes. But we need a paradigm shift first.
We need to wave away some of the smoke and deal with hard realities.
In summary, the Quran’s perspective on this question is this:
– The majority is always wrong
– Satan will disown those who follow him on the Day of Judgment
– The prophet (in this case Muhammad) warns the believers and the believers are to warn others
– God does not destroy a people until it has been warned
Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiHe0wiCCvM