Which is most effective ?

If someone in ur family or friends thinks of becoming a non Muslim, would u freak out at them

leave them to their choce

or sit & make them understand things & make duwa for them at night?


10 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    I would try to find out why. If they were leaving over a bad experience, I might ask them to slow down and really consider it. If it was an isolated experience, then they should find a way to let it go. If it was something major (I don't know, say they were upset over wudu) I'd try to find out ways to make it easier or reasons why it's good for them, etc.

    If they were leaving for another religion specifically, I would again find out why. Maybe they think another religion has something Islam doesn't. Maybe there is something they are allowed to do in that religion that Islam forbids.

    Basically I would try to use logic to convince them not to leave, but in a gentle way. If nothing worked, I would wish them well. No compulsion in religion.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It should never happen, but if you ask then my answer is I will make them understand things & make duwa for them, (WHY?): because that's my pleasure to make them understand the real path, even my non-muslim aunt became a muslim becos of my father and my father did the same which I will do.

  • 1 decade ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    you should at least step in and point out why they were raised muslim, and why being muslim is so important. if you just let them convert or devert, you aren't doing what is right as a muslim, don't you want to save your family member from making a mistake?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    a friend of mine has recently became a non muslim (may allah help her) i make duaa for her every so often and i have also tried to talk to her about why she has left

    i think when ppl leave it is as they have some problems i am sure insha allah she will return when she thinks what is right

  • 1 decade ago

    hell ya id freak out.....

    id try 2get them bak to their senses..... id start asking why why why....there is no possible reason i can see that one would wanna leave Islam....and of course id come down after a bit....tell them they are leading the wrg way.....tell them to visit the mosque and speak to imama before making the decision

  • Y!A
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    this is not easy, according to Sharia he's given three days to repent, during those three days he's directed by means of Targheeb and Tarheeb until he gets convinced to repent,,

  • 1 decade ago

    Now if a convert to Islam's family member kept preaching to them that they need to leave Islam, you wouldn't be happy about it would you? So why be a hypocrite?

    I believe the Quran simply put it, you have your religion and I have mine.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I would let them be because if I ever wanted to convert or become a non muslim I wouldn't want them hassling me every single time they saw me. They have their beliefs and I have mine. Simple as that.

  • 1 decade ago

    Leave them to find the truth, Christianity!

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