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Never have. Someone have informed me that if they try to break off from their religious ties, they'll hunt them down and give them heaps of problems.0
Never have. Someone have informed me that if they try to break off from their religious ties, they'll hunt them down and give them heaps of problems.
Well as a Muslim, I see this story from a different angle than yours, actually for us Muslims ( the real ones only), our religion, our beliefs and our morals are more important than anything else in this world, for us, they are above everything, so it won't be easy for the father who raised his son and brought him up according to these beliefs and morals to accept the fact that his son has changed his religion, but deep inside in his heart, I'm sure that the father still loves his son but of course he doesn't love his son's decision, so you have to excuse him, it ain't that easy for the father especially if he is the religious type of person, and by the way same thing goes to the Christians who convert to Islam, I heard a lot about them and about the problems that they face with their parents.
yeah I don't get it either. it tells me they must be radicals.
Apostasy is against the Koran, indeed.
Anyhow, too many parents stop talking to their children for many reasons. This is just another reason.
Logic and religion never go hand in hand. Don't apply logic on religious people.
That dad must be a diehard religion kind of guy... But honestly I can't understand it either... It's still your child
Religious fundamentalists are assholes, it doesn't surprise me.
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