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In one of my previous questions I asked for evidence for Islam being true: The evidence for Islam being true and in this I did not get an answer or at least a good one. If I dont think there is evidence for something existing and I am just believing purely based on emotion or upbringing and then I leave Islam and rejoin will I be punished? I even read an answer (I cant find it) about why we need God and the most upvoted an answer simply was based upon our emotions. If I were to leave now because I simply just do not agree with this way of thinking and later someone actually gives me evidence so I join back is there any set punishment for this? Edit: Im talking about if there is any set punishment and if so elaborate and what it is.

  • There's only punishment (in this live) for people leaving Islam and publicly propagating it (in a Muslim country) or acting against Islam and Muslimsb(for example fighting against them). Else you'll receive your punishment (or more exactly you'll expect your judgment) on judgment day. – Medi1Saif May 27 at 5:35
  • @Medi1Saif but if I dont see evidence in something and it seems to me to be purely based off emotions why is there punishment for me. I didnt know it was true and to just be blindly following is wrong. – Yakoub Ali May 27 at 13:03
  • Allah's orders are clear about this. There's no further evidence required. – Medi1Saif May 27 at 13:04
  • Yes but like by evidence I mean evidence of Islam being true. If I am unaware then why is there punishment for something I didnt know or understand? – Yakoub Ali May 27 at 13:07
  • We are not here to discuss Islam, but to inform about it. – Medi1Saif May 27 at 13:08

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