It looks like the Duggar family is in the center of controversy yet again. This time it is because Jill Duggar and her husband Derick Dillard have made rather strange remarks about Muslims. Let’s be honest, that isn’t really much of a surprise, as Dillard has been in the news over the last couple of months for making rather mean comments about all different types of groups. He was even, apparently, kicked off the family’s Reality Television Show “Counting On” after he made some transphobic remarks [VIDEO] towards Jazz Jennings.

What did this Duggar couple say about Muslims?

Well, this all started when Jill Duggar took to her and her husband’s blog to talk about how they had the opportunity to meet a bunch of international students over the last few months.

The Duggar family member then spoke about how most of these students were Muslim and how she and her husband wish to convert them to Christianity. This is what Jill had to say online about the attempted religious conversion of one Muslim man. “We are praying for him, as Derick and others continue to befriend him, that God will save his soul.”

Things got controversial when Jill decided to promote the blog post on her Instagram page as some commenters were not happy with how they were looking to convert the Muslim man's religion to theirs. For example, one angry Duggar fan wrote "That comment about the Muslim families seems like more of a 'look we are accepting people please donate.'” Another Duggar commenter then wrote, “Approaching people while they are living their daily lives to try to convert them is deeply wrong.”

What else has this Duggar couple been up to?

As mentioned above Jill Duggar and her husband Derick Dillard are always in the news, and it is usually for all the wrong reasons.

For instance, once Dillard was fired from the family’s reality television series because he went online to beg for money from the Duggar fans so he could complete his ministry studies. That, however, was not the first time that this man begged for money online as back when Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, Dillard decided to make a fundraising page for himself. This made many people, online, see this as a selfish move. They felt he was taking away money from the victims of the hurricane. Which made the website that hosted the fundraising page shut it down as they too thought it was very selfish. If you want, you can catch up with the rest of the Duggar family on their reality television show “Counting On” and you can follow them on their social media accounts as well.