Prophets took advantage of free speech or met opposition from people who got insulted by free speech
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PS. In spite of being insulted, idolaters of Mecca and Jews were wrong by being against free speech and stoning the prophet of Islam.
Jesus knew the Jews wanted to kill him, but he continued to speak. Same thing with the people before him.
So my point is non-existence of free-spech is wrong.
>> Jesus knew the Jews wanted to kill him, but he continued to speak. Same thing with the people before him.
The same argument applies: Jews were wrong by being against free-speech and planning to kill Jesus.
By the way, the debate is not about falsehood of certain prophets. The prophets (or the scriptures from which we got to know about them) may reject each other, but the fact is that each of them had/has followers, each of them were/are considered to be a prophet by their followers. (note: that's not objective of you BTW)
I'll remind you the point of the topic: Prophets took advantage of free-speech or met harsh opposition from people who got insulted by prophets' free-speech and tried physically damage them (prophets). So, going against free-speech was wrong even if it had insulted them.
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