Christians often complain about the Law that bans any none-Muslim from the holy city of Mecca, they have a problem with the fact that only Muslims are allowed into this city, and hence they claim that this is discrimination and unfair. How about we spin that same logic back on the Christians?
Why is it that according to the Bible, only true believers shall be allowed into the Kingdom of God, while the none-believers will be cast out and thrown into hell? By the same logic that too is discriminatory! Are Muslims allowed into the Christian Kingdom of God? What about Atheists? Satanists? Gays? Or even Lesbians? None of these groups of people will be allowed into the Kingdom of God, only true Christian believers shall be allowed inside. (That is according to the Bible as well, I know some very few liberal Christians will say that yes anyone is allowed to enter the kingdom of God, this liberal view does indeed exist, but it’s a very fringe opinion and not followed by the majority of Christians.)
So here is the Q, why do Christians have a problem with none-Muslims being barred from Mecca, but have no problem with none-Christian believers being barred from the Kingdom of God? There’s something for our Christian friends to think about.