Al Qaradawi: If we abolished the apostasy punishment, Islam wouldn’t exist today….

Thanks to Vlad Tepes

Quite a frank admission from  a guy who is considered one of the highest authorities in sunni Islam, addressing 60 million people every Friday via the Qatar based al Jazeera network:

Please have a look at Andrew Bostom’s archive on Apostasy and its importance here.

Who he is:

Egyptian-born Yusuf al-Qaradawi is the top dog of the Muslim Brotherhood. The MB was suppressed by the Egyptian establishment for decades, so Sheikh Qaradawi lived in exile in Qatar for almost fifty years, until February 2011, when the Arab Spring enabled him to return to Egypt in triumph.

Egyptian regime on brink of collapse?

FNC Middle East and terrorism analyst Dr. Walid Phares on protests in Egypt.

2 thoughts on “Al Qaradawi: If we abolished the apostasy punishment, Islam wouldn’t exist today….”

  1. Assalamu Alaikum, I m not sure I m at right place. But was wondering why we still unable to create a social community site like FB and Youtube. Each day millions of our Muslim Brothers/Sisters loosing faith due to “targeted ads based on religion, age and sex”. Still we dont bother about that, which is really bad. Why dont we try do something ? I am not a good designer, but I had started a website in the neeyath of providing some facilities of what fb and youtube provides. Jeeem.com . Not sure how far I can run this with racist, still trying my best. Its Allah Who Knows Best..

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