Does Islam have tolerance towards non Muslims and other religions, or even those of no religion?
Is there such a thing as tolerance in Islam? We hear it so often that Islam is the religion of tolerance yet the evidence worldwide says otherwise.
This article briefly lays out the terms that a non-Mulsim (zimmi or dhimmi) can live in a Muslim (Islamic) State, i.e. an Islamic country ruled by sharia law. So where sharia rules this is the condition of the non-Muslim.
Once you become a Muslim you are a Muslim for all time according to Islam. No critising and no leaving – both bring death according to Muhammad.
Bruce Bawer I grew up in New York, the world’s most multicultural city, and for some time lived only a few blocks from the imposing Islamic Center on Third Avenue between 96th and 97th Streets. But it wasn’t until I moved to western Europe in 1998–living first in...
EX-Muslims are seen by apostates by Islam and in many ways the worst of the worst. Is it any wonder they suffer demonisation and discrimination for no reason other than they believe in freedom of religion and conscience.
Forced conversion to Islam is widespread yet we hear no outrage from liberals, nor do we hear much outrage (or even comment) from `Christians’ involved in `interfaith dialogue’. We coddle up to Islam while our brethren suffer horrible persecution just for being Christian.
What does leaving Islam mean for Muslims? Those of us not born intoIslamcan’treally understand what apostasy means for a Muslim. We can understand academically but that is the extent of it.
The famous Qur’anic verse (2:256) that states ‘There is no compulsion in religion’, which is often quoted in part* and taken as evidence that Islam is tolerant of non-Muslims.
An extensive look at the punishment for apostasy in Islam by Silas INTRODUCTION The punishment for apostasy from Islam is a controversial topic for Muslims living in the West and for ex-Muslims everywhere. That’s because Islam teaches that apostates are to be...