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Imam Ahmad Razas commentary has been taken from a hand-copy from the original that was published in a collection of his marginal notes on various religious texts titled Imam Ahmad Raza Ki Hashiya Nigaari by Idarah Tahqeeqat Imam Ahmad Raza Karachi, This paper translates the Arabic commentary into Urdu, elaborates the difficult theological points and develops the argument. The theological case is a follows: 1. Imam Ibn al-Humam quotes Imam al-Nasafi, from al-Umdah, who asserts that Mutazilites believe Allah has power to be unjust and to lie but refrains from such acts. Ibn al-Humam objects to al-Nasafi claiming that such a view is more befitting to the Ashari school than the Mutazili school but he does not give any reason as to why this is the case.
At a human rights conference at Mofid University in Qom , Araki stated that "if an individual doubts Islam, he does not become the subject of punishment, but if the doubt is openly expressed, this is not permissible.
Miller introduced the term 'Muslim-background believers' MBBs to encompass both groups, adding that the latter group are generally regarded as apostates from Islam, but orthodox Muslims' opinions on the former group is more mixed either that 'Muslim followers of Jesus' are ' heterodox Muslims', ' heretical Muslims' or ' crypto-Christian liars'.
If he does not regret, he will be killed according to rights and obligations of the Islamic law. A female apostate must be either executed, according to Shafi'i, Maliki, and Hanbali schools of Sunni Islamic jurisprudence fiqh , or imprisoned until she reverts to Islam as advocated by the Sunni Hanafi school and by Shi'a scholars.
Apostates who are men must be killed, states the Hanafi Sunni fiqh, while women must be held in solitary confinement and beaten every three days till they recant and return to Islam.
Both men and women apostates deserve death penalty according to the traditional view of Sunni Maliki fiqh. After the wait, execution is the traditional recommended punishment for both men and women apostates. Execution is traditional recommended punishment for both genders of Muslim apostates. Male apostates must be executed, states the Jafari fiqh, while a female apostate must be held in solitary confinement till she repents and returns to Islam.
This principle was upheld "even in extreme situations", such as when an offender adopts Islam "only for fear of death", based on the hadith that Muhammad had upbraided a follower for killing a raider who had uttered the shahada.
In case the apostate is not executed, such as in case of women apostates in Hanafi school, the person also loses all inheritance rights. The Hanafi jurist Sarakhsi also called for different punishments between the non-seditious religious apostasy and that of seditious and political nature, or high treason. Abu Hanifa and his followers refused the death penalty for female apostates, supporting imprisonment until they re-embrace Islam. Hanafi scholars maintain that a female apostate should not be killed because it was forbidden to kill women under Sharia.
He wrote, "Apostasy is not what gets one killed. It's a combination of being controversial and having a high profile. While he initially faced the death penalty, he was eventually released as he was deemed mentally unfit to stand trial. He further states that "there can be no compulsion or coercion in matters of faith not only because it is explicitly forbidden in the Qur'an but also because free conscious and choice and willing submission are foundational to the first pillar declaration of faith and essential to the very definition of Islam.
Your religion was your ethnicity, your culture, and your social identity How uncomfortable a couch to recline on! See ye if it be that I have a Clear Sign from my Lord, and that He hath sent Mercy unto me from His own presence, but that the Mercy hath been obscured from your sight? Brown explains that "According to all the theories of language elaborated by Muslim legal scholars, the Qur'anic proclamation that 'There is no compulsion in religion.
The right path has been distinguished from error' is as absolute and universal a statement as one finds. The truth had been made clear, and now, 'Whoever wants, let him believe, and whoever wants, let him disbelieve,' the holy book continues , This is reaffirmed by many of the historical reports regarding the Qur'anic revelation that emphasize that belief and conviction cannot be coerced.
He further states that moderates consider the verse to be enunciating a general, overriding principle that cannot be contradicted by isolated traditions attributed to the Prophet. He concludes that moderates do not believe that there is any punishment that attaches to apostasy.
Ash-Shawkani refers both to his major fatwas, which were collected and preserved as a book, and to his "shorter" fatwas, which he said "could never be counted" and which were not recorded. He is credited with developing a series of syllabi for attaining various ranks of scholarship and used a strict system of legal analysis based on Sunni thought. Despite his Shiite background, he is regarded by many as a revivalist and has influenced contemporary Islamic movements in the Muslim world such as the Ahl-i Hadith and Salafi Movement.
His legal decisions and discussions are frequently used in contemporary debate among Muslim scholars.
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