a sentence based on the inequality of islam > christianity > judaism.
in the süleymaniye case*, it is a proverb that can be used when responding to the "we couldn't understand what legal reason the turks were there for" statement based on an "american authority". if these words were based on "a british official", we could appreciate the ironic approach in it.
the bottom of the pot is black as yours is as much as people who think they are pots say, this is the word of the mentality that thinks that the world revolves around islam. (see: allegory)
besides the fact that our language is a beautiful proverb, its meaning should never be explained to a foreigner. he certainly wouldn't understand and you'd be an idiot too.
according to the person's choice; i strongly want versions such as if the one who blasphemes my religion is a catholic, if the one who blasphemes my religion is a jew, no sir, if the one who blasphemes my religion is a protestant, or even if he is an atheist who finds my atheism odd*.
the inspiration for this phrase, which is also found in a sour language in phrases such as bari, is as follows: "if the person who calls me an unbeliever has faith in himself, if he is a bare muslim who will worship my religion"
source: kufrî-i bahaî
wait a second, if he is blaspheming your religion and he is a muslim, you are not a muslim. if you are a muslim, he who blasphemes your religion should not be a muslim.