Once more, the activists attack their Muslim brethren for holding views they consider heretical, despite those views being wholly consistent with the Quran.
When the angels take the souls of those who have wronged themselves, they will ask them, ‘What circumstances were you in?’
They will reply, ‘We were oppressed in this land,’ and the angels will say, ‘But was God’s earth not spacious enough for you to migrate to some other place?’
These people will have Hell as their refuge, an evil destination, but not so the truly helpless men, women, and children who have no means in their power nor any way to leave—God may well pardon these, for He is most pardoning and most forgiving.
Anyone who migrates for God’s cause will find many a refuge and great plenty in the earth, and if anyone leaves home as a migrant towards God and His Messenger and is then overtaken by death, his reward from God is sure.
God is most forgiving and most merciful.Quran 4:97-100
Contrary to the declarations of the self-righteous, who insist that persecuted souls must remain in place, to either fight or remain patient, the Quran encourages the persecuted to travel through God’s spacious earth to seek refuge from oppression.
My believing servants! My earth is vast, so worship Me and Me alone.Quran 29:57
Say, ‘O My believing servants, be mindful of your Lord! Those who do good in this world will have a good reward– God’s earth is wide–and those who persevere patiently will be given a full and unstinting reward.’Quran 39:10
But the verses of the Book dissatisfy the activist who has made politics his driving criterion. Though even their noble prophet migrated from one locality to another, they invoke a caricature Salahudeen instead. By these milestones is every soul that disagrees condemned.