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Indeed time is the greatest teacher in our universe. You are free to believe what you wish to believe. Islam managed to survive the 7th, 14th and 20th centuries which were by far the worst time for Islam and Muslims so what makes you think that Islam won't survive the 21st century? What you perceive to be the "pure truth" is a lie to someone else and what that someone else believes to be the "pure truth" is a lie to you. Look at Judaism and the insane challenges that it had to face since its inception, it has not only managed to survive for 4000 years but it is thriving. In the grand scheme of things, Hinduism is only limited to brown people and it has not and most probably will not thrive anywhere outside of South Asia, unlike Christianity and Islam which have penetrated every corner of this planet. All three Abrahamic religions are thriving in the 21st century so please explain why you stated that only Sanatan has survived?

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Guys, please don't turn this into a hate thread, I summoned you all here to have an intellectual discussion.

There is no comparison...

Hindu and Hind, an exonym, are expediency of choice... bunching together an amalgamation by outsiders who couldn't be bothered with distinctions, intricacies, differences or myriad of identities. Where interestingly enough they(hindus) find both their religious and political unity... an imposed one. British literally gave what they call hindu"ism", it's modern shape, as well as the political entity called India!

Islam, names and defines itself! Adherents abide by voluntary acts of refrains and restraints, deify none but the Almighty, in acts of submission and humility in rites and congregational prayer... meaning peace, harmony and equality to all in submission to only One, The Creator. It provides personal spiritual consolation that manifests physically in society.

So, while it is historically true that people's adherence and understanding changes over time they always return back in the fold in unison following hardships and otherwise derailing of social order and menace.

So, no hinduism, a grouping that stands for nothing... with gods that went extinct or face obsolescence now or in future... replaced by inhibitions and aspirations of contemporary or the coming... bears no value but a continuation of jahiliya... veneration of men, material or otherwise creation, and NOT THE CREATOR!
 
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We worship our Gods
Why there are so many Gods in Hinduism?
It makes no sense
You can not have two kings of the same empire because it leads to disaster
And having so many Gods could have lead to collapse of universe.

The system of universe is set upon principles and that principles are devised by only one God.
That's why there is coherence between these principles.

By the way,how do you people know that your Gods are in animal or human shape?
 

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Why there are so many Gods in Hinduism?
It makes no sense
You can not have two kings of the same empire because it leads to disaster
And having so many Gods could have lead to collapse of universe.

The system of universe is set upon principles and that principles are devised by only one God.
That's why there is coherence between these principles.

By the way,how do you people know that your Gods are in animal or human shape?
Hinduism can be seen as pantheistic. Search : Brahman, pantheism
Also you can view our Hindu trinity of Gods as :
Brahma (the creator)
Vishnu (the preserver)
Shiva (the destroyer)
This is how all reality is maintained. Destruction is not chaos but a reality of life. Once destruction is complete then creation starts again, it's cyclic and eternal, it's nature, the universe itself.
 

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If that is the case, why there is death penalty for leaving islam in Sharia law.
Makes sense now!!

You are saying sharia law.....

sharia means law. So you are saying islamic "law law" make you quit islam.

Good chances you a fake ex muslim.

Tell me how many rakats in wudu?
 

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Why there are so many Gods in Hinduism?
It makes no sense
You can not have two kings of the same empire because it leads to disaster
And having so many Gods could have lead to collapse of universe.

The system of universe is set upon principles and that principles are devised by only one God.
That's why there is coherence between these principles.

By the way,how do you people know that your Gods are in animal or human shape?
Look at his playlist videos if you want to understand Hinduism a bit more in depth
 
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