Nabeel, you are being dragged into darkness by someone who he himself is deep in it. By what you have said in one of your debates, I still believe that there is some doubt in you about the decision you made to become Christian. I would like to invite you to Islam, true Islam not the Ahmadiah sect which you belonged to, but a pure and clear Islam that comes from prophet Muhammad peace be upon him.
May Allah guide you.
David Wood and the rest: It is very clear from the last year and this year that you people were and are only looking for trouble. The interesting thing is that the more you are trying to make the Muslims look violent and evil, the more God is exposing your true face. You keep crying about your camera and about your freedom of religion, but the cops won't have it nor will the audience. You had a camera, you have freedom of faith, but that does not give you the authority to cause trouble and to incite people to violence. Be it that those people who were around you were violent or not, the incitation came from you. The law states that freedom of speech is up to the limit of inciting violence and even though you were not calling people to violence by words, your presence, your shirts and your history were.
David thats like going in the middle of a homosexual group with a shirt saying GAYS ARE DEAD, with a camera to record the outcome, and having a history with the group from a previous year, where you caused problems.
You keep saying you were asking questions, you wanted to discuss, so why that place? If you wanted do preach the Gospel you could have booked a booth like the other peaceful Christian groups and preach. No one stopped you. That way you could have recorded your conversations (with the permission of those who came to visit you - do not forget, as this is standard ethics, you should ask permission before putting someone in camera. As a teacher I need to get my student's parents to sign permission forms for pictures and videos, and some refuse and they are not Muslim).
David, Nabeel and the rest of Acts 17. May God guide you to truth, and remove from your hearts your prides, and egos.
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