Indeed the very first task given to Muhammad (peace be upon him) was to correct the false beliefs.
It was not that the pagan Arabs did not believe in Allah, or God the Creator.
Similarly he never feels he has to prove that democracy is an advantage, it is taken almost completely for granted, knowing his audience is already "captive" so as to speak.
In the age of the "sound-bite" (or perhaps in this case "word-bite"), opposing the conventional wisdom is not easy, for what the likes of Mr.
May Allah's salawat (peace and blessings) be upon the last and final messenger Muhammad, his family and his followers. To begin: The best discourse is the book of Allah, and the best way is the way of Muhammad, and the worst of the matters in the religion are those newly introduced innovations, for every innovation in the religion is misguidance, and every misguidance is going astray and every going astray is in the Hellfire.As the Quran states: The religion has been completed and perfected, and has no need for alteration or adjustment: The Prophet (peace be upon him) also said: "There is not one thing that shall bring you closer to the Paradise and away from the Fire without me having informed you of it, and there is not one thing that will take you away from paradise and towards the fire except that I have warned you about it." It is indeed true that Islam does not allow its followers to draw a distinction between the "inner" and "outer" aspects of life, between belief and actions, religion and politics, because in reality such distinctions are totally fallacious.Man's beliefs are the foundations and prime motivators for actions, for what is held to be true on the inside must manifest itself outwardly.And its manifestations are many and the evil consequences numerous.All of this has one common cause, or origin, and that is thinking and speaking about Allah without knowledge, and thus ascribing to Him that which should not be ascribed to Him, such as sons, or daughters, or human qualities and weaknesses, or claiming that some of the creation possess His powers and abilities, or by claiming that He, the Majestic, is pleased by some action that in fact angers Him, or that He is angered by some action that in fact pleases Him.Beedham can say in a sentence opposing it would take a book.