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Muslim leader on apostacy


Raymond Ibrahim: A few weeks ago, I wrote an article regarding a personal experience I had with a Sudanese Muslim co-worker who believed that my wife should be killed because she is a Muslim apostate.  One reader, who has been living in the Islamic world for the past six years, seemed to disagree with my generalization of Muslims.  According to his ... Read More »

Apostacy: Leaving Islam can be fraught with difficulty


Despite the well-known Quranic injunction “There is no compulsion in religion”, issues of religious freedom have persisted into the 21st Century, writes the BBC. A recent report by the New York-based Human Rights Watch (co-authored with the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights) throws a spotlight on problems in Egypt. Suppose a Christian woman converts to Islam, for example when she ... Read More »