Watch “Mohammed Hijab vs Apostate Prophet [HIGHLIGHTS]” on YouTube

This is just a small sample! Ridvan, aka Apus, took yet another beating. First, it was Daniel Haqiqatjou, and now, Mohammed Hijab. Hey Apus, maybe stick to being a small-time thug impressing your Hindutva fanboys and leave the debating to more educated people. 😂😂

For the full debate, see here:

23 thoughts on “Watch “Mohammed Hijab vs Apostate Prophet [HIGHLIGHTS]” on YouTube

      1. All what I can say is may God’s curse be upon all those who blatantly lie against Quran and Prophet Muhammad and those who want to defame Islam and us. And may His curse be upon them until they die and until the Day of Judgment.

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    1. Yeah most of them are Hindutva, like you can go on Twitter right now and most of the replies on his tweets are from Indians…there’s this meme in south asia which they call “WhatsApp university” due to the fact that WhatsApp is hyper popular there to the point that Hindutva groups propagandise and operate mostly on WhatsApp instead of other social media platforms. They share videos and news (many fake ones) to group members and each group members will share to others, it goes on and on so i guess that’s how he got an overwhelming large indian following….and once indians stick to you they tend to be very supportive and loyal

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      1. stewjo004

        @ Vaqas

        Supporting a terrorist group is still bad lol…

        Also, I didn’t know Asadullah was in counter-terrorism does he say where he served?

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    1. Vaqas Rehman

      @Stew

      “Also, I didn’t know Asadullah was in counter-terrorism does he say where he served?”

      I believe he’s said it was in Malaysia.

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  2. Vaqas Rehman

    Since I just got to the part where Ap complains about the Quran saying stars are missiles thrown at jinn, I thought I’d post this lovely bit from Ibn Kathir.

    It is well-known that the stars that were made as lamps in the sky are not the same as the shooting missiles that are thrown at the devils (mentioned later in the Ayah).

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      1. Bad news, in redit I have seen a group called exmuslim and I have seen that they were talking about Mohammed Hijab. And they made the claim that the Salaf “believed” that Earth is flat(Audhubillah). I will deal with those monkies from Reddit.com. i will not let anyone to bash Islam and I will not give satisfaction for peoole to give discredit to Islam.

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      2. Bro, I have found an intresting wikipedia. The wikipedia is islamwiki.org would you love to be a contributer and editor on that wiki? Myself I have become a contributer and editor of that wiki. And my username is Nitro Zeus. We can help and support one another and we can also refute together the enemies of Islam.

        What you say? Good idea, no?

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  3. stewjo004

    @alexander

    Even if that was the case and they brought people, so what? The opinion is not binding for one (heck they could bring Sahaba and it still wouldn’t be binding) and two we have heavy hitters like Ibn Taymiyya arguing round. People are going to believe what they want.

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    1. Bro, I have found an intresting wikipedia. The wikipedia is islamwiki.org would you love to be a contributer and editor on that wiki? Myself I have become a contributer and editor of that wiki. And my username is Nitro Zeus. We can help and support one another and we can also refute together the enemies of Islam.

      What you say? Good idea, no?

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    2. The problem is that these people want only to degrade us. And that’s not acceptable and I’m not gonna permit that. How do you feel if you’re degraded just for what you believe in? How do you feel if your religion is degraded? Would you not get angry? Those people want to make us look stupid and this is unacceptable.

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