Critically important clip on apostasy by Qaradawi

A couple of days ago, Magic Martin sent me a 90 second clip of Muslim Brotherhood principle, Al-Qaradawi (sp) explaining that without the ‘Death for Apostasy’ laws, Islam would have failed with the death of Mohamed, as people would never stay in this religion otherwise.

Truly a stunning admission.

I have been attempting to get a good translation of this, but meanwhile, a friend of ours managed to do one of most of it here. I am working on creating what will be a more thorough version of it nonetheless but for the moment, please check this version out.

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

Who he is:

Yusuf al-Qaradawi is an Egyptian-born fundamentalist cleric and a prominent leader 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.

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

6 thoughts on “Critically important clip on apostasy by Qaradawi

  1. There is only one Islamic country that doesn’t have execution on their books for apostasy that country is loosing a lot of Muslims every year

  2. OT- Myanmar – Muslims denied the right to pray in mosques

    Townships officials have made it illegal for Muslims to pray in mosques. The Maungdaw Township Administration Officer (TAO) issued an official statement in writing on Jan.26 forbidding locals from reciting the Namaz prayer in their places of worship. The Namaz is a Muslim prayer that must be repeated at least 4 times.

    [ Namaz = Persian term for the Arabic Salat ]

    The letter written on official letterhead was posted and issued to all the local village administration officers (VAOs) who are required to enforce the order in Maungdaw.

    After the sectarian violence between Muslims and Buddhists broke out in June, Maungdaw Township authorities barred prayer in mosques. But in northern Maungdaw Muslims could still pray although they were limited to five people at a time.

    Rohingya villagers expected that things would get better after the situation in the state stabilized. They were very disappointed after learning about the public order that denies them religious freedom.

    Officials also ordered the closure of all Arabic schools (Mogtab) for children, according to a Muslim religious leader in southern Maungdaw. “The quasi-civilian government declared that Burma is a religious free country. But while they (state authorities) encourage Buddhism by building Buddhist monasteries and pagodas across the country, they are oppressing Muslims and Christians.”

    http://www.bnionline.net/index.php/news/kaladan/14672-muslims-denied-the-right-to-pray-in-mosques.html

  3. Looks like Myanmar has taken Turkish PM Erogan at his word when he recited the poem lines: “The minarets are our bayonets, the domes our helmets, the mosques our barracks and the faithful our army.”
    and is reacting accordingly.

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