Brother, there are hundreds of mosques around the world which were previously churches. Do you suggest we must turn them back into churches? If so, are we gonna get the Great Mosque of Córdoba back too, or is it only a problem when we do it?
The places of worship of non-Muslims are protected if there is a contract between Muslims and non-Muslims
, that is to say, they are dhimmis. Constantinople was conquered, and thus the Muslims had the right to turn Hagia Sofia into a mosque.
>[22:38-41] Assuredly Allah defends those who have believed for He does not like any treacherous, ungrateful wretch at all. Permission (to fight) has been granted to those against whom war has been waged because they have been treated unjustly, and Allah is certainly able to help them. These are the people who have been expelled unjustly from their homes only for the reason that they said, "Our Lord is Allah." Had Allah not repelled one people by means of another people, monasteries, churches, synagogues and mosques, wherein the name of Allah is often mentioned, would have been demolished. Allah will surely help those people who help Him: Allah is indeed All-Powerful, All-Mighty. These are the people who, if We give them power in the land, will establish Salat, pay the Zakat dues, enjoin what is right and forbid what is evil, and the final decision of all affairs is in the hand of Allah.
How are these verses a proof against converting a church into a mosque? They describe the principle that Allah Ta'ala checks one people by the means of another and doesn't let one group have power forever. Allah speaks of monasteries, churches, synagoges and mosques being 'demolished' (هدمت) so that acts of worship don't take place there anymore. But the Hagia Sofia hasn't been demolished, has it. You can still go there and visit it, even as a non-Muslim.
>It is obvious that your knowledge is lacking, but still you had the gall of talking about something you're ignorant about. This is what's wrong with the ummah nowadays. A bunch of ignorant children playing scholars.
Do you speak like that to everyone you differ with? Maybe what's wrong is rather people who can't disagree without insulting.