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Things/actions that are considered ḥarām (prohibited) in Islam.

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3. Accusing people of apostasy according to [the rule] “Intentionally denying one of the fundamentals of religion”

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3. Accusing people of apostasy according to [the rule] “Intentionally denying one of the fundamentals of religion”
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70
Date of source: 
2002-12-07
Author: 
Sayyid al-Qimni
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The author explains the rule “intentionally denying one of the fundamentals of religion” because of which a Muslim can be considered an apostate. He believes it is a terrorist rule that is used and applied by terrorists.

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21. Why did Islamic groups turn to violence?

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21. Why did Islamic groups turn to violence?
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P.25
Date of source: 
December 12, 2001
Author: 
Hala Fou’ad & Khaled Hamza
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Gamal Al-Banna believes that the violence of the Islamic groups is a reaction to the barbaric torture practiced by the State against the Muslim Brotherhood in the time of president Gamal Abdel-Nasser. Dr. Essam Al-Eryan said that some Islamic groups believe in the necessity of military action as a means to achieve their aims.

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