This is a lost cause and wasted effort. All you’re going to get is blather from the Koran. He’ll never you otherwise, he simply does nor seem to have any idea how to do so.
What is interesting to me about Samy (however many there are) is that s/he seems so embedded in his religion and culture that he has no frame of reference apart from that. That’s no fault of his, instead it seems to reflect the extent to which maybe any person can be so wrapped up in his cultural perceptions that they’re unable to communicate clearly to those outside of it, nor they to him. S/he seems to be seeking some dialogue, and not to be pushing his theism as does BM, but really trying to make some contact. Not at all sure how to engage this person in a way that reduces the cultural clutter, I tried some I thought pretty concrete posts and was not happy with the result; my deficiency as much as his.
Probably, but there may be hope. But this quote from the anthropologist E.E. Evans-Prichard regarding the Azande of East Africa (who he studied in the 1920s) seems to fit: “[T]hey reason excellently in the idiom of their beliefs, but they cannot reason outside, or against their beliefs because they have no other idiom in which to express their thoughts.” Given that, the only approach might be to use the language of religion to try and lead samy out of his dogmatic condition.