Why a Single Quran-Alone Community is Naive
By Omeed Gül
We read in the Quran that believers are meant to be there for each other and help one another. However, it is not only strikingly difficult, but also naive to bring people from totally different backgrounds into a single "Quranic" community. The reason it worked during Muhammad was due to the shared heritage amongst the tribes of Arabia (the true purpose of the Hajj was to bring forth the Arab tribes together in a specific venue where Muhammad can release the "Arabic" Quran; think of it as a conference or event where the Arab tribes came together every year). The Quran consistently denotes a specific racial line from Abraham to Muhammad for a reason; the Arabs would not have listened if Muhammad was not an Arab and if the Quran was not in Arabic.
I believe what is more plausible would be to marry and grow our own tribes/communities by having children in order to spread the truth of the Quran this way. It would necessary to almost completely live independent and exclusive from "outsiders". This is how the Amish grew, the Hasidics, etc. Our duty to warn others remains.