Why everyone is not a muslim.?
A person makes his life better to help others even he is non muslim.
Why would someone not want to convert to Islam?
* They value women's equal rights instead of a social system that makes every woman the property of a man through her life and officially ranks a Muslim woman half that of a man.
* They value democracy and freedom versus the stiffling rules of Shariah law that dictate everything from who and how you can say hello to how one goes to the bathroom.
* They value the free flow of ideas that Islam stifles. They value innovation and technology which Islam prevents.
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* They value the peaceful societies that Islam does not create.
Female Arab journalist asks, 'What if Christians were suicide bombers?'
Muslims themselves are not happy in Islamic nations (that follow the religion hardcore), instead they are happy in non-muslims nations however they want to change these nations to adopt muslim culture - sharia, polygamy, burqa, paedophile etc etc
Also they claim to follow the religion of 'Peace', except that their actions always leave everyone else 'Pissed'
First of all not everyone believes in God.
Secondly religion is often something that is passed down from parents to their children early on. Unless one grew up in a Muslim household they're not likely to embrace the Muslim faith.
Very few people grow up without some religious teaching and end up researching/shopping various faiths before selecting one.
Most people had their religion (chosen for them) as children.
Religion and culture also often go hand in hand. People born in the U.S. are not likely to become Muslim just as people born in Saudi Arabia aren't likely to become Catholic or Baptist.
You usually grow according to where you are planted.
i have another question
if a baby borns in muslim family then he will be a muslim and he will never think to chage his religion then if a baby born in a hindu family then he will ofcourse a hindu. then why hindu is wrong and muslim is right?
The issue with Islam is that if you are born in the faith, it is still a death sentence to convert away from it. No other faith has that restriction - much less regular murders and state executions for doing such.
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