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While the majority of Muslim schools impose the death penalty on people who convert from Islam, the Qur’ān imposes no earthly punishment for conversion, andtheProphet Muhammad never killed anybody for apostasy. In the following lines Muslim thinker Jamāl al-Bannā writes about tolerance in Islam and...
Iqbāl al-Sa‘dāwī discusses the Ḥadd of Riddah and when it should be applied in Islām.
A book written by Gamal Al-Banna, the brother of Hassan Al-Banna, founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, was banned. The book is titled Mas’ouleyit fashal al-dawla al-Islamiya fil asr Al-hadith [The responsibility for the failure of the Islamic State in the modern era]. The book discusses the issue...
The Islamic state? A contradiction in terms. Jihad? Far too much emphasis these days on military action. A requirement that women wear a veil? A quaint leftover from pre-Muslim times that is not mandated by Islam. These and other observations by Gamal Banna, an 84-year-old Egyptian author, have...
... we asked the professors of the Azhar and Islamic scholars for their opinion on what Al-Banna says. Their rage and objections against what he said surprised us. They made it clear that the apostate’s punishment is death and that a Muslim has no freedom to leave his religion.
Sub-title: The Prophet did not kill any Muslim who renounced his religion The book of the Islamic intellectual Gamal Al-Banna "Islam and the freedom of thought" which was issued lately, raised many questions concerning the issue of apostasy. This is an interview with Gamal Al-Banna who says: "My...
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