Koskelalle voi koraani olla täysin selvää asiaa, mutta minulle ei. Taaskin tuot Bukharin höpinöitä kehiin. Enkö pyytänyt suoraan Koraanista? Emo sen sijaan pisti pari linkkiä Koraanista, joita käsittelen asiaan kuuluvassa ketjussa. Jos Bukhari oli niistä päätellyt, että uskosta luopujat pitää tappaa, niin on vetänyt mutkat suoriksi.
Kerro mistä suurasta löytyy niin luen sen ääneen. Videot kiihkoimaamista eivät kelpaa. Hiljentykäämme odottamaan.
Kunnon muslimi ei tapa.
Mitäs Koraanin mukaan pitää tehdä niille saastoille, joka luopuvat islamista?
Et kerinnyt kovin kauaa odottamaan. Mikä sinulla on että viitsit vääntää paskaa aivan selvistä asioista?
Sharia-laki määrää heille kuolemantuomion.
' ... Profeetta (Muhammed) sanoi " jos joku (muslimi) luopuu uskostaan, tapa hänet" ' (Sahih Bukhari, V4B52N260)
Satojen miljoonien muslimien mielestä islamista luopujat tulisi tappaa.
Jopa lännessä maltillisiksi katsotuissa valtioissa,merkittävä osa kansalaisista tuomitsisi islamista luopujat kuolemaan.
Kyse ei ole mistään marginaalista,kyse on šariasta,kyse on islamista.
Islamin ja šarian vaikutukset alkavat tuntua jo osassa Eurooppaa.
[...Support for Severe LawsViews of harsh punishments also vary across the Muslim publics polled. Majorities of Muslims in Egypt, Jordan, Pakistan and Nigeria say they would favor making harsh punishments such as stoning people who commit adultery; whippings and cutting off of hands for crimes like theft and robbery; and the death penalty for those who leave the Muslim religion the law in their country.
In the other predominantly Muslim countries surveyed – Turkey, Lebanon and Indonesia – most Muslims oppose these measures.About eight-in-ten Muslims in Egypt and Pakistan (82% each) endorse the stoning of people who commit adultery; 70% of Muslims in Jordan and 56% of Nigerian Muslims share this view. Muslims in Pakistan and Egypt are also the most supportive of whippings and cutting off of hands for crimes like theft and robbery; 82% in Pakistan and 77% in Egypt favor making this type of punishment the law in their countries, as do 65% of Muslims in Nigeria and 58% in Jordan.When asked about the death penalty for those who leave the Muslim religion, at least three-quarters of Muslims in Jordan (86%), Egypt (84%) and Pakistan (76%) say they would favor making it the law; in Nigeria, 51% of Muslims favor and 46% oppose it.
In contrast, Muslims in Lebanon, Turkey and Indonesia largely reject the notion that harsh punishments should be the law in their countries. About three-quarters of Turkish and Lebanese Muslims oppose the stoning of people who commit adultery (77% and 76%, respectively), as does a narrower majority (55%) of Muslims in Indonesia.
Opposition to whippings and cutting off of hands for crimes like theft and robbery and to the death penalty for people who leave Islam is even more widespread in these three countries; 86% of Muslims in Lebanon, 82% in Turkey and 61% in Indonesia are against making harsh punishments for robbery and theft the law in their countries, and 93%, 91% and 64%, respectively, object to the death penalty against those who leave the Muslim religion.
For the most part, views of strict punishments do not vary consistently across demographic groups in seven countries where these questions were asked. One notable exception, however, is in Nigeria, where Muslim men express considerably more support than Muslim women for these types of punishments.
More than six-in-ten (63%) Muslim men in Nigeria favor the stoning of people who commit adultery, while 36% oppose it; Muslim women in that country are evenly divided, with 49% saying they favor and the same number saying they oppose the stoning of adulterers.
When it comes to the death penalty for those who leave Islam, Muslim men in Nigeria are clearly supportive (58% favor and 39% oppose), while a majority of their female counterparts (54%) are against the death penalty for those who leave the Muslim religion; 44% of Muslim women in Nigeria favor it. Finally, while majorities of Muslim men and women in Nigeria favor punishments like whippings and cutting off of hands for crimes like theft and robbery, men are somewhat more likely than women to say they favor these strict measures (69% of men vs. 61% of women)...]http://www.pewglobal.org/2010/12/02/muslims-around-the-world-divided-on-hamas-and-hezbollah/