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Do Muslims believe it is their mission to convert/revert all non-Muslims to Islam?

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I realize there is no compulsion is Islam but I was wondering if it is a great degree of goodness for someone to convince another to accept Islam and become or return to being Muslim. Is this the main goal in Islam?
asked Sep 18, 2012 in Islam by anonymous (6,010 points)

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No. There is no such goal in Islam. You dont insist or try to convince people to accept Islam. It is always up to them and you wont be responsible for their soul nor for their sins. Every person is responsible for themselves. Except the parents until the kid is at some age.

Of course it would be a good deed on the persons shoulder if they cause another person to conver to Islam but that should never be through invitation, insisting or convincing. Conversion and even the interest in Islam should always come from the other other person.

They should ask and you should answer as much as you know. Then you should wait until the next question is asked. This is how it should go.
answered Sep 20, 2012 by anonymous
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I dont care if you are an atheist, Jew or a Christian. I dont care if you are gonna go to hell. If you ask for me help, I ll help you but im not gonna come to you and say "You need my help."
answered Sep 20, 2012 by anonymous
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I have never had a muslim come to my door and say "we would like to tell you about our our Prophet mohammad and how recognizing him as the last prophet as well as recognizing there is no god than god, could save your soul from eternal hellfire."
answered Sep 20, 2012 by anonymous
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There are some parts of the quran, which yes (in many translations) promote Islam to be the only religion, all others with other beliefs should be wiped out.

I can provide links to these certain translations (which may or not be correct), if asked.
answered Oct 25, 2012 by anonymous
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