QUESTION OF LIFE: With over 24,000 mosques in the USA alone, why do the Arab nations refused Church?
These same people will come to Western nations to erect mosques, and the world look the other way.
The Koran is unique in demanding its believers set up a government with a Muslim head of state and laws that push people to convert to Islam via higher taxes, lack of right to self defense, lesser standing in court and inheritance.
And under the Koran, when Muslims rule, existing churches can stand but cannot be rebuilt if destroyed - and no new churches are allowed.
That's why you don't see churches built in Saudi Arabia but they are regularly destroyed after Friday prayers in Egypt, India, etc.
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