Nobody wants to be called a heretic, right? According to the interpretation of M.Q. Shihab, those who are called “walad dallin” in Qs 1: 7 are Christians. Why does this interpretation not refer to Buddhists, Hindus, Atheists, etc.? Why does the interpreter refer to Christians? Learn what would be revealed in this video.
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