Hammad Younas asked 2 months ago

If one tells another that it would be wrong of them to influence others to participate in a non Islam religion, and then influenced others to participate in a non Islam religion, without the intention of influencing others to commit shirk, does this count as hypocrisy? If so, what should the person do to fix it? And is believing in a non Islam religion a continuous sin for as long as you beleive in it? The reason I am asking this is that if someone becomes hypocritical, in the situation mentioned above, then will they be counted as a hypocrite for every second that they live, given that they influenced someone to participate in a non Islam religion, without the intention of doing so?
Islam is the only right religion, and Allah knows best
By asking these questions and stating instances where one says something like “influencing others to participate in a non Islam religion is wrong” I say this in a questioning manner, and I do not say this to confirm this statement. Rather I am explaining this situations to learn about the topic. Therefore I do not confirm the validity of this statement:”influencing people to participate in a religion that is not Islam is wrong.”