Islamic theological rationalists continue to reveal to us that the religion of Islam is a sort, tolerante and tranquil religion. Each time a lady is stoned or somebody is decapitated or a manslaughter plane explodes a transport or eatery loaded up with honest individuals, we are informed that it is crafted by Islamic devotees and that genuine adherents of Islam disagree with these things.
Presently we discover that in Afganistan, a country that is 99% Muslim, a man is being attempted under Sharia (Islamic law) for disaffection, and whenever sentenced, will confront capital punishment and islamic quotes in urdu.
How did this man respond that was so awful, so against the Islamic confidence? He changed over to Christianity, that is the horrible thing that he did. This is obviously one of the most noticeably awful things a Muslim can do. He decided to surrender the Islamic confidence and in this way is shrewd to the point that he has the right to be executed. He can be saved, be that as it may, in the event that he consents to turn into a Muslim once more.
The Hadith (which is supposed to be the assortment of statements ascribed to Muhammad), Sahih Bukhari Vol. 9, book 84, number 57, has been deciphered as saying “Murder whoever changes his religion”, so the Sharia court judge is proposing to do exactly that.
The Torah in Deuteronomy 13:6-10 has been deciphered as saying about apostastics “Yet thou shalt unquestionably execute him; thine hand will be first upon him to kill him, and thereafter the hand of the multitude of individuals. Furthermore, thou shalt stone him with stones, that he pass on; in light of the fact that he hath looked to push you away from the LORD thy God, which brought you out of the place where there is Egypt, from the place of servitude.” yet I don’t really accept that that any Israeli appointed authority could at any point even consider endeavoring to give over a criminal sentence for renunciation.
On the off chance that the Islamic religion is so kind, open minded and quiet, for what reason are it’s laws deciphered in a particularly savage and prejudiced manner by such countless adherents. I understand that not all Muslim nations adhere to Sharia law and that of those that do, not all are so obsessive. In any case, numerous Muslim nations do in any case rehearse removal of one/both hand(s) for burglary, stoning for infidelity, and execution for heresy. Different nations, including Iraq, that didn’t, before, adhere to Sharia law are currently looking at setting up Sharia courts.
I likewise understand that not all Muslims decipher Islamic law a similar way. Islamic law like some other group of laws is dependent upon translation and hence can be deciphered generously, decently or on a very basic level. The issue is that while a few Muslims decipher Islamic law generously or modestly, it appears to be that a vast larger part of the Muslims in the Arabic world decipher the law generally (in any event in accordance with ladies and non devotees).
Afganistan’s constitution ensures opportunity of religion, in any case, in a meeting, Afganistan’s Foreign Minister expressed that the public authority had “nothing to do” with the legal dispute. He further expressed that he trusted there would be a “palatable outcome” to the case. As far as I might be concerned, this appears to be that he was saying that the Sharia court isn’t limited by Afgani law and can do however it sees fit, making the Afgani constitution useless. It further prompts the conviction that Afganistan is a majority rule government on paper just and is really managed by Islamic fundamentalists. These fundamentalists may not be just about as terrible as the Taliban however, up until this point, they don’t appear to be greatly improved.
There are numerous strict gatherings that accept that dereliction isn’t right and that their religion is the lone genuine religion. In any case, I am aware of no country, these days, other than certain Muslim nations, that would condemn an individual to death for changing their strict convictions. Such things occurred before, take a gander at the Spanish probe, yet are presently thought to be repulsive.