Above is a link to the same video that was previously posted above: (I apologize for not being able at this time to embed the video, I will be working to fix this. Thanks)
This video clip was taken from a two-hour “Daawah Workshop” given by Imam Wasim Fayed of the Sammamish, WA Mosque, who himself helpfully uploaded the workshop video to YouTube. He is seen instructing his followers when proselytizing to non-Muslims to tell the truth but “not if it will incriminate you” he also admonishes to not saying anything that you will “regret” when facing Allah at your judgment. This isn’t the worst that was said at this “workshop” and I will be uploading and posting more relevant clips as well as other Qur’an lessons that this Imam has given. This, by the way, is the “project” I have been working on and investigating recently.
UPDATE: This video clip was taken down by YouTube for Copyright infringement… that’s fine. I’ll go ahead and just post the transcription of the, let’s call it, “incriminating” portion of the video clip. If you would like to view the original video, it is still posted to the Imam’s youtube account, I will also post the time this shows up in the video so you can skip to it.
@15:00 Instruction given on spreading da’wah (proselytizing) to non-Muslims about the Islamic faith.
“Don’t say anything that in front of Allah on the (day of judgement) you’re gonna regret. If you can’t say the truth because it’s gonna incriminate you or put you in a bad spot, better not to say anything. But if you’re able to say it, then say it, inshallah.”
Here is the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xc_E2bEQ5ck