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[The article of Muhammad Shebl in October, September 15, resulted in an article in the Dutch Daily Trouw] While Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a Dutch political scientist of Somali origin, received death threats because of her untraditional convictions about Islam, Egyptians discuss freedom of religion. This is...
The Qur’an does not order killing as a punishment for apostasy. Accordingly, scholars should not have taken into account the hadith saying: “Kill him he who renounces his religion,” because what the Qur’an says has priority over hadiths. In addition, the Prophet could not have said something that...
The article discusses the decision of the Creed and Philosophy Committee at the Islamic Research Institute that the apostate is to be given a lifetime chance to repent his apostate ideas and not only a three-day chance as is laid down in the Islamic fiqh. It shows the pros and cons to this decision...
It is said a Muslim is not an apostate unless his heart inclines towards another religion. Because what is in one’s heart is known only to God, there must be conclusive external evidences to consider a Muslim an apostate. The article highlights these evidences and shows that death is the punishment...
Dr. Sufi Abu Taleb, the former president of the People’s Assembly, clarifies the realities and advantages of Islam. He said that Islam has nothing to do with religious dogmatism and discrimination because it recognizes the other religions as valid. He added that it is unfair for Western researchers...
Counsellor Said Al-Ashmawi believes that the Shari’a is divine while fiqh is human. That is why fiqh can be modified and even rejected. He believes that Qur’anic texts should be interpreted within their historical contexts and in the framework of the reasons behind their revelation
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.
The year report of 2001 including an overview of the special reports written for the RNSAW. The year 2001 was marked by a strong increase in the number of special reports, providing readers with information that is not available elsewhere.
The author refutes the criticism leveled against his series of articles on the punishment for apostasy in Islam. He is accused of lightly esteeming the companions of the Prophet and believing that “apostasy wars” were launched for political reasons.
The author refutes a comment opposing his ideas concerning the punishment for apostasy, the rule of "Intentionally denying one of the fundamentals of religion" and the so-called "wars of apostasy."

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