After A Muslim Man Stabbed Another Person For Leaving Islam, See What A Muslim Leader Said
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Malta: After a Muslim stabbed another man for leaving Islam, see what a Muslim leader said.
According to all the schools of Islamic jurisprudence, the death penalty for apostasy is one of the of Islamic laws.
However, another Hadith said, "War is deceit". -(Bukhari 4.52.268). Mohammed El Sadi doesn't believe in death penalty for apostasy.
Reacting to the issue of a Muslim stabbing another man for leaving Islam, Mohammed El Sadi said it is forbidden to attack or kill someone from another religion.
He went further to say that Islam is not based on force, it is actually based on dialogue. The Imam told Lovin Malta.
The Imam also said this is the first time he is hearing such thing in Malta as he affirmed that religion is based on personal choice, and nobody has the right to kill someone who converts to another religion of his choice.
The Imam advised that rather than attack someone who is not from your religion, one should dialogue; trying to convince him to one's true faith.
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Source: Jihad Watch.
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