That’s a fact and not up to debate. Yes, every Muslim nation has its rotten fruits/ apostates, however, the champion (when it comes to apostasy and anti-Islam sentiments) is undoubtly ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶I̶s̶l̶a̶m̶i̶c̶ ̶R̶e̶p̶u̶b̶l̶i̶c̶ ̶o̶f̶ Shia Iran. Three Ex-Muslim councils in three major European countries alone are founded by Shia born Iranian.
For every “Ex-Sunni” I can bring you a dozen (12) Iranian Shias who left (what they believe to be) Islam. So don’t give me that ‘many people convert to Shia’ nonsense. It’s no secret that apostasy is rampant among Iranians, everywhere. Your fortress is crumbling.
I remember when I watched a documentary about ‘ex-Muslims’ in Germany who had converted to Christianity. The pastor said something along the lines that although few Moroccans, Turks and other people from Muslim majority countries convert to Christianity, their numbers were insignificant, except for Hazara (Afghan Shias) and his favorite, the Iranian Shias. There numbers are so high in the US, Scandinavia, Germany that even the pastor was perplexed. Hilarious and sad at the same time.
Even in friggin’ Qom, the vatican of the Shia you have a Christian movement with underground churches! The likes of Ayatullat Khorasani lamented the humiliation and urged the Iranian regime to take actions. Where there is smoke there is fire.
And this is just the tip of the iceberg. On the other hand, apostasy, Anti-Arab sentiments etc. are almost non-existing among Iranian Sunnis. Honestly, it’s better for them to be a pagan Trinitarians than a Twelverites, worshipping 12 Imams+Zaynab+Abal-Fazl and so forth whilst claiming Islam.
The truth is, Iranians are deserting Shi’ism in droves (with many also becoming Sunnis and the Sunni population of Iran growing much faster than the Shia one) due to repulsion four Khomeinism and the Shia clergy. Ironically non-Iranian Shia eulogize and venerate the Shia clergy more than Iranian Shias do.
One thought on “Shia Iran Has Produced More Apostates and Anti-Islam Activists Than Any Other Muslim Nation”
Comments are closed.