9 Haziran 2016 Perşembe

The Killing of Apostates

Slay him, who changes his religion. 
(Sunan an-Nasa’i, Tahrim al-dam, bab 14; Malik’s Muwatta, Akdyia, tr. 15; Sunan Abu Dawud, Hudud, bab 1)
Whichever man abandons Islam, invite him to return to it. If he does not return, behead him. (Tabarani)
These fabricated hadiths are one of the main reasons for the lovelessness, rage and violence in countries governed by non-Qur’anic and false Sharia systems. Not only does a pronouncement like this, one of the worst deceptions aimed at the essence of Islam, have no place in the Qur’an, the Qur’an fundamentally forbids and curses such a fanatical way of thinking. Some of the verses that express freedom of ideas and belief in the Qur’an are as follows:
There is no compulsion in the religion... (Surat al-Baqara, 256)
“You have your religion and I have my religion." (Surat al-Kafirun, 6)
... You are not a dictator over them… (Surah Qaf, 45)
Say: “It is the truth from your Lord; so let whoever wishes have faith and whoever wishes be irreligious.”… (Surat al-Kahf, 29)
If your Lord had willed, all the people on the earth would have had faith. Do you think you can force people to be believers(Surah Yunus, 99)
So remind them! You are only a reminder. You cannot compel them (to believe). (Surat al-Ghashiyya, 21-22)
In the Islam described in the Qur’an, everyone is free to believe or not, as he wishes. In the Islam of the Qur’an, a Muslim merely has an obligation to tell others of proper moral virtues. Salvation is in the hands of God. A Muslim’s responsibility is to treat everyone with affection, whether they believe or not. Those people who try to portray Muslims as killers try to cover up this reality in the Qur’an.
In the Islam described in the Qur’an, a Muslim has a responsibility to maintain justice, even if that works against himself, his parents or his family (Surat an-Nisa’, 135). According to that verse, the rights of everyone are protected, no matter what their religion or beliefs, and there is a duty to treat them with justice.
As we have seen before, and shall be seeing very often again, in one verse God commands Muslims even to use their own bodies to shelter someone who does not believe:
If any of the idolaters ask you for protection, give them protection until they have heard the words of God. Then convey them to a place where they are safe. That is because they are a people who do not know. (Surat at-Tawba, 6)
The conception of religion that Muslims - who have a responsibility to protect those who do not believe - should adopt is very clear. Indeed, God tells the Prophet (pbuh) to address unbelievers as follows and describes a transparent democratic system:
Say: “Unbelievers! I do not worship what you worship and you do not worship what I worship. Nor will I worship what you worship nor will you worship what I worship. You have your religion and I have my religion.” (Surat al-Kafirun, 1-6)
These verses that start with the word “Say” describe for the Prophet (pbuh) the most perfect democratic system and the means to be adopted within that system. The surah ends with the words, “You have your religion and I have my religion.” In other words, a Muslim must not interfere in other people’s beliefs while he practices his own. He must not resort to force and compulsion, and must not oppress other people because they are not Muslims. He must respect them and leave them be, saying “You have your religion.” And he insists upon the same respect from them, saying “I have my religion.” The Qur’an, in which force and compulsion are rejected, in which unbelievers are protected even at the cost of believers’ lives, in which pronouncements command justice even for deniers and in which democracy is described in the fullest and most perfect way, is the true guide for Muslims.
In the Islam described in the Qur'an, everyone is free to believe or not believe, as they so choose. However, because of the false conception of Islam given by radicalism, Western magazines frequently carry reports concerning Islamophobia.

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