Biblical Christian Taqiyyah

Christians lie to promote their religion

by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons)

The activity of Christians promoting their faith through deceit all over the world is not something new to Muslims. We are well aware of the sly tactics employed by Evangelical and Christian missionaries in delivering the message of Christianity to the unbelievers. We know about the Christian Evangelical ship Logos that sails around the world making stops in third world countries like Indonesia and luring the people by giving them gifts in exchange for belief in Christ. How many times have you heard missionary propagandists like Christian Prince and Sam Shamoun throwing accusations of so called “Islamic taqiyyah” at Muslims saying that Islam teaches its followers to use deceit as one of the ways to deliver Islam. The word Taqiyyah comes from the root waqa which means to “to shield/protect oneself”. However, when Christian missionaries talk about Taqiyyah what they mean is that Muslims lie to spread their religion. In this article we will unequivocally show that Christians are the ones who lie and deceive to spread their faith which is incidentally taught by  their Holy Bible(s).

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These guttersnipes try to lure and deceive Muslims by pretending to be Muslims themselves. Of course, they are merely projecting the teachings of their supreme master Paul of Tarsus :

“Though I am free and belong to no man, I make myself a slave to everyone, to win as many as possible. To the Jews I became like a Jew, to win the Jews. To those under the law I became like one under the law (though I myself am not under the law), so as to win those under the law. To those not having the law I became like one not having the law (though I am not free from God’s law but am under Christ’s law), so as to win those not having the law. To the weak I became weak, to win the weak.”(1st Corinthians 9:19-22)

The following verse will clarify what exactly he meant by the above :

“But be it so, I did not burden you: nevertheless, being crafty, I caught you with guile.“(2nd Corinthians 12:16)

guile = lie

We see in the following verses even more clear permission, nay recommendation to Christians to employ deceit in missionary activities.

“But what does it matter? Nothing matters except that, in one way or another, people are told the message about Christ, whether with honest or dishonest motives, and I’m happy about that. Yes, I will continue to be happy.” (Philippians 1:18)

But if the truth of God through my lie abounded unto his glory, why am I also still judged as a sinner?” (Romans 3:7)

We do not only call upon Muslims, but the whole of mankind to be very wary of Christian missionary activities for they are knaves who do not hesitate to lie and utilise other conniving tactics to achieve their goals.

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15 Responses to “Biblical Christian Taqiyyah”

  1. Bfoali says:


    What an eye opening article brother Ibn Anwar. I’ve heard of this concept from my friends. The concept of ‘’ any means possible’’ in regards to converting lost souls to the salvation of Christ, but now I understand what they mean when they say ‘’ any means possible.’’

    A question which has now arisen after reading the article is what is a dishonest motive? I know what it means, but biblically speaking, what is it? The verse in question would be Philippians 1:18 which read:

    “But what does it matter? Nothing matters except that, in one way or another, people are told the message about Christ, whether with honest or dishonest motives, and I’m happy about that. Yes, I will continue to be happy.” (Philippians 1:18)

    Maybe I am looking too much into the subject, or maybe at 11:33 at night my brain is not functioning correctly, but would not the motive me to convert people? If that is the honest motive what would the dishonest motive.

    A motive is something that causes a person to do something.

    An honest motive in this scenario would be to convert people, but a dishonest motive would be to what?

    • Ibn Anwar says:

      dishonest motives refers to the dishonest intention and the way it is delivered. A more closer rendering says, “What then? Only that in every way, whether in pretense or in truth, Christ is proclaimed; and in this I rejoice. Yes, and I will rejoice,”. The word is pretense or prophesei in Greek.

  2. Zayed Ahmed says:

    if a religon is that of god then no one needs to deceive others to convert that person to that particular religion….thats what i beleive…because the almighty can win his followers by himself..we are only the tools for converts or reverts in more particular

  3. Angela Bridges says:

    the missionaries are the followers of Satan without a doubt. Satan has deceived them and they are deceiving others. They are just fools wasting their time and resources on earth. they will most likely to be dwell in hell.

  4. Joshua Gerrard says:

    as humns we should alkways b rational no matter even if we are against out own self…so do u agree with me? if not then u dont need to read my pot and if yes u may!
    it is undoubtedly true that certain christian missionaries do use indecent and dishonest methoads to gain converts but it is also true with the muslim missionaries…they tooo deceive! i am not blaming either of the rteligion i am just saying to be rational!
    anyways can u answer 1 of my question?
    is racism allowed in islam?

    • Ibn Anwar says:

      I would appreciate it if you could show me where Muslim missionaries deceive to gain converts. Show me proof as I have given proof of Christian deception in missionary activities in the post above. Where is your proof? Thonus is upon you to substantiate your allegation. Does Islam allow racism? No, it does not. Islam vehemently opposes racism. One of the great companions of the Prophet s.a.w. and the first to give out the adhan or call to prayer was Bilal bin Rabah who was a black Ethiopian. At the farewell sermon the Prophet s.a.w. said, “An Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab, nor has a non-Arab any superiority over an Arab…”. See also verse 13 of chapter 49 of the Qur’an.

      • Joshua Gerrard says:

        Oh really! Where over here did i mention the racism between black white and brown!?:s

        Racism can be of any form! for e.g discrmination against the opposite sex is also considered as racism in our american society..

        i’ll show u how the muslim missionaries deceive in order to gain converts or reverts as you may say!

        Muslim apologists like you as well as missionaries often boests openly that islam is for evreyone in this world and is applicable for all ages and for all times. If this is true then why do u pray in Arabic only. For me if a religion is universal it should be applicable in all languages. Why do u make invocations in arabic only. I saw on many dua books specially on husna al muslim( a dua book) where the author states that we should read the dua on arabic the mother toubgue of the arabs and prophet muhammad!

        Secondly why only arab and israelli prophets mentioned in the quran and not forigners to those!And the quran erroneously says messengers were sent to all nations in their own language…very well! which prophet was sent to Americam Mexico and Cannada?
        and where are the historical evidences that non-arab or non-israelli prophets were sent in this world?
        They say if u become muslims you will go to paradise while their prophet himself was not sure what was going to happen with him?
        Then they give the pleasure of hur al ayn while their true meaning is still not known…how hypocritic
        There are several ways in which they deceive but i think the above are enough to convey the message

  5. Joshua Gerrard says:

    sorry for spelling mistakes i apologize for it actually i was writting fast..
    anyways try to answer my question:)

  6. Ibn Anwar says:

    Joshua..anyone with the right mind who reads the ‘farewell sermon’ of the Prophet can see that he was speaking out against racism i.e. prejudice against a particular race. It is obvious that you have absolutely no idea what you’re talking about. Racism has nothing to do with gender. Racism comes from the word RACE. A gender is NOT a race. The following is from the AMERICAN Heritage Dictionary,


    The belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others.

    Discrimination or prejudice based on race.

    rac’ist adj. & n.
    The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
    Copyright © 2009 by Houghton Mifflin Company.

    You have not given any proof that Muslim missionaries employ deceit as a tactic to gain converts. None of the examples you cited are proof for your allegation. Those are doctrinal issues, not missionaries going around pretending to be Christians to gain converts like what Christian missionaries do in Iraq and elsewhere pretending to be Muslims with fake beard etc.

    The du’a does not have to be in Arabic. Who said so? The du’a can be in any language. What must be in Arabic are the five daily prayers and the optional prayers. There are many reasons why that is. One of the wisdoms behind emphasising Arabic is that the language becomes preserved and is maintained as a communicative tool. Because Islam emphasised Arabic so much since its inception 1400 years ago the language of Arabic has never undergone what linguists would describe as “language death”. This is quite unique for an ancient language. Most if not all ancient languages suffer “language death”. Arabic as a language was never ceased to be spoken for even a day in the 1400 years of Islamic history. You’re mistaken in saying that only Arab and Israeli prophets are mentioned in the Qur’an. Adam was neither an Arab nor an Israeli. Neither was Idris, Nuh, Hud or Saleh. They were before the so called ‘bani israel’ came into being. Yes, it is historically clear that every society received a warner. What societies existed thousands of years ago in North America??? The earliest was the mesoamerican civilisation that existed in 1200 BC. We don’t know much about them. It would be naive to ask what their actual beliefs were and the names of persons in their society when there is hardly any way to find out anything about those things. But if we look at literate civilisations we can see traces of the religion of Islam i.e. the teaching of tawheed. Such examples can be found in the Hindu texts which are some of the oldest religious texts. The primary message of all prophets was the worship of one god. But societies had the tendency of corrupting that message and adding new gods as time passed. Oh no, the Prophet was very sure what was going to happen to him! The Qur’an is very clear that the righteous will be rewarded and in the hadith it is very clear that the Prophets are mnembers of paradise. Do not mistake the Prophet’s humility and meekness for ignorance of his own fate. It is the mark of the prophet that he was humble and meek. In the hadiths it is very clear that the Prophet s.a.w. was promised paradise!

  7. Joshua gerrard says:

    and sorry i missed one oart…..
    even if arabic was extinct then still it wouldn’t be difficult for the so called god ALLAH to preserve islam
    so in the bottom line islam is the most racist religion alive in our society

    take care

  8. arkiazm says:

    assalamu alaikum brother,
    below part is found from a christian website. what is your opinion about this? how do you refute this?
    Was Jacob (Matthew 1:16) or Heli (Luke 3:23) the father of Joseph and husband of Mary?

    The answer to this is simple but requires some explanation. Most scholars today agree that Matthew gives the genealogy of Joseph and Luke gives that of Mary, making Jacob the father of Joseph and Heli the father of Mary.

    This is shown by the two narrations of the virgin birth. Matthew 1:18-25 tells the story only from Joseph’s perspective, while Luke 1:26-56 is told wholly from Mary’s point of view.

    A logical question to ask is why Joseph is mentioned in both genealogies? The answer is again simple. Luke follows strict Hebrew tradition in mentioning only males. Therefore, in this case, Mary is designated by her husband’s name.

    This reasoning is clearly supported by two lines of evidence. In the first, every name in the Greek text of Luke’s genealogy, with the one exception of Joseph, is preceded by the definite article (e.g. ‘the’ Heli, ‘the’ Matthat). Although not obvious in English translations, this would strike anyone reading the Greek, who would realize that it was tracing the line of Joseph’s wife, even though his name was used.

    The second line of evidence is the Jerusalem Talmud, a Jewish source. This recognizes the genealogy to be that of Mary, referring to her as the daughter of Heli (Hagigah 2:4).

    • pamuk says:

      Arkiazm, this is a common argument that Luke refers to Mary’s genealogy, even though the text explicitly says it refers to Joseph. Also, it makes no sense to claim that Luke refers to Mary’s genealogy, just because Luke 1 gives the story of Mary. Luke 3:23 explicitly says it’s Joseph’s genealogy.

      Now, a common argument Christian aplogists would use (the ‘women were not important enough back then’ argument) to try and refute other Bible errors, we will use against them: women were not considered important enough to record their lineage, because they were always traced through the men.

      These lineages have matching names and also names that don’t match. If these are lineages of 2 separate people, they can’t converge at the matching ancestors and separate again, as this impossible family tree would do. You can’t be your grandmother’s grand-daugher via the route of your auntie. It’s doesn’t work like that. It must come from your granmother, to your mother to you.

  9. Firdaus says:

    Funny, I can never see news like that in English.

  10. Cliff says:

    You know what they say, it takes one to know one, even liars.

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