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In the Name of God بسم الله
Everything posted by thebeast
Killing a person because he has left the fold of islam seems unjustified. Allah says he may guide whomever he pleases and also the other way around. The quran also states that there is no compulsion in religion. And we Muslims often brag about that islam is spreading at a great rate and many people are entering its fold. So if we can kill a person for leaving islam, can't the non-Muslims kill a person for entering islam?
I would have to agree with Mr. Aabis over here. His main problem are his proTaliban policies. He's recruiting the kind of people whom he was initially against and this goes to show his actual intention is to get in power. There are big names in his party who are potential Prime Ministers and can easily overpower him even if PTI comes to power.
Well, speaking of prophet Moses (A.S), we can read about the event of his suckling in the Quran. The pharaoh arranged for women to breast feed him but god made their milk unlawful unto Moses and only allowed him to suckle on his own mother, simply because the latter was a believer while the former were not. We can thus, conclude god doesn’t provide for his special ones through non-Righteous means. Then one has to wonder, if god was so careful about the prophet Moses...then what about Prophet Muhammad (PBUHP), the seal of the prophets...How could unlawful provisions have been made for him and how could he have been brought up by someone on the path of falsehood and disbelief? If we raise fingers on the faith of Abu Talib (A.S), we are actually undermining the position of the prophet (PBUHP). Reference: The event of Moses: Quran, Chapter 28: Al-Qasas (10-13) Wasalam And on a much simpler note: The Holy Prophet (PBUHP) said "I and the person, who looks after an orphan and provides for him, will be in Paradise like this," putting his index and middle fingers together… Then how can the person who raised this orphan(Muhammad PBUHP) be a member of hell? Reference for hadis: Sahih Bukhari Volume 8, Book 73, Number 34.