Forced conversion to Islam is not right. The Quran and Sunnah, the two main sources of Islamic law, both prohibit forced conversion.
The Quran says:
"There is no compulsion in religion. Truth stands out clear from error: whoever rejects evil and believes in Allah has grasped the most trustworthy hand-hold, with no break in it. And Allah hears and knows all things." (2:256)
The Sunnah also prohibits forced conversion. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said:
"Whoever forces someone to embrace Islam, it will not be accepted from him." (Sahih Bukhari)
These verses and hadiths make it clear that Islam does not condone forced conversion. In fact, it explicitly prohibits it.
There are several reasons why forced conversion is wrong. First, it violates the individual's right to freedom of religion. Everyone has the right to choose their own religion, and no one should be forced to convert against their will.
Second, forced conversion is often accompanied by violence and coercion. This can lead to psychological trauma and other harmful consequences.
Third, forced conversion is often motivated by a desire to dominate or control others. This is not in line with the Islamic principle of tolerance and respect for other faiths.
For all of these reasons, forced conversion to Islam is wrong. It is a violation of human rights and it is not in line with the teachings of Islam.