Ten Key Points on Islamic Blasphemy Law and Non-Muslims

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March 13th, 2013 by Andrew Bostom |

Qadi Iyad

Qadi Iyad (d. 1149), the great Almoravid jurist, from his seminal Ash-Shifa, which includes one of the most authoritative analyses of Islamic blasphemy law’s treatment of non-Muslims: “Once Islam was firmly established and Allah had given it victory over all other religions, any such detractor that the Muslims had power over and whose affair is well-known, was put to death.”


There is an intensifying global campaign to impose Islamic blasphemy law on non-Muslims, including those living outside Islamdom, in non-Muslim societies.

What follows are ten key points on the doctrinal origins and practical implications of this global campaign:

1)      According to the Sunna (the traditions of Muhammad and the early Muslim community), by using foul language against the Muslim prophet Muhammad, Allah, or Islam, the non-Muslim transgressors put themselves on a war footing against Muslims, and their lives became licit (such as the poet Kaab b. al-Ashraf, who composed poems denigrating Muhammad, and was assassinated). [see 1.1, 1.2, 1.3]

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2 Replies to “Ten Key Points on Islamic Blasphemy Law and Non-Muslims”

  1. They’re all jihadists.

    “The Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America (AMJA), is well-accepted by the mainstream American Muslim community….the organization has already issued a ruling which sanctions the killing of non-Muslim “blasphemers”, courtesy of AMJA Secretary General Salah al-Sawy: (Dr. Salah Al-Sawy, 1/21/2009)”

  2. The Jihad doesn”t have to be violent, to be violent, it can be the Moslems using immigration, high birth rate and lawfare to take over the country but once they take over the violence will begin as they start asserting their self proclaimed superiority and replace the old culture with the barbaric culture of the Moselm world.

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