Ram wrote:- Don't give in her demands about the wine, pork etc. She has no right to tell what you can have in your house. Just tell her she does not have to drink it.
MrPerq wrote:Should I react to this letter, and if so how should I do this on a respectfull
mrperq wrote:Should I react to this letter, and if so how should I do this on a respectfull
way? Keep in mind I really like these people. Screwing up my bond to these
people would hurt me far more than the annoyances their religion present me.
mrperq wrote:What I do want advice on is, how should I react to this? My initial thought was
I'll write a letter back, pointing out all her mistakes. Not to make fun of her,
not to insult her, nor to try to make her loose her faith and get destabilized.
Garudaman wrote:...she angry/mad with you
so, you should say thanks to her (w/ phone or letter), because her care/love
Ram wrote:mrperq, it is interesting post. You have several options.
- Argue with her about her religion.
- Ask questions. Listen to her answer. Then ask her question again, so on. One question will lead to another. There is no end to it. Of course you will have to read up on Islam.
- Condemn her religion. That will make her mad, but so what.
- Show her what you find in the Quran, the Hadith etc. Ask her to clarify. Which will lead to more discussion.
- Just ignore what your aunt and uncle say about Islam. Change the subject. Make light of it with few harmless jokes.
- Don't give in her demands about the wine, pork etc. She has no right to tell what you can have in your house. Just tell her she does not have to drink it.
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