Any muslima who does not follow Allah’s commandment is an apostate. The punishment for apostacy is death (4.89) Any muslim can kill an apostate and claim the reward of paradise from Allah. The reward for killing an apostate is even higher than killing an infidel. When you kill such people you are killing for Allah and the only guarantee the quran gives for going to paradise is killing and getting killed for Allah (9.111).
An Algerian pretty young lady learned this Islamic rule the hard way.
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Every mullah will tell you that islam honors women like no other religion does. However when pressed to substantiate their claim they fail to respond satisfactorily. Finally a top cleric of Egypt found the answer in quran (aya 4:34) . Beating them is that special honor which no other religion bestows on women.
Interviewer: “Honored them with beatings? How is this possible?!”
Sa’d Arafat: “The prophet Muhammad said: ‘Don’t beat her in the face, and do not make her ugly.’ See how she is honored. If the husband beats his wife, he must not beat her in the face. Even when he beats her, he must not curse her. This is incredible! He beats her in order to discipline her.
“In addition, there must not be more than ten beatings, and he must not break her bones, injure her, break her teeth, or poke her in the eye. There is a beating etiquette. If he beats to discipline her, he must not raise his hand high. He must beat her from chest level. All these things honor the woman.
” Interviewer: “With what should be beat her? With his bare hand? With a rod?”
Sa’d Arafat: ” He can beat her with a short rod. He must avoid beating her in the face or in places in the head where it hurts. The beatings should be on the body and should not come one right after the other. These are all choices made during the process, but beatings are allowed only as a last resort. […]
“The honoring of the wife in Islam is also evident in the fact that the punishment of beating is permissible in one case only: when she refuses to sleep with him.”
Interviewer: “When she refuses to sleep with him?”
Sa’d Arafat: “Yes, because where else could the husband go? He wants her, but she refuses. He should begin with admonishment and threats…”
Interviewer: “Allow me to repeat this. A man cannot beat his wife…”
The above are excerpts from an interview with Egyptian cleric Sa’d Arafat, which aired on Al-Nas TV (Egypt) on February 4, 2010: