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How we should deal with people who offend islam and Muhammed(saw)? [duplicate]

Most people believe that they're allowed to say anything and they're allowed to express their opinions saying that it's 2015. My question is that nowadays people make jokes about religions especially ...
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People insulting the noble Prophet online [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How should insults to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) be handled? What should we do when we discover people (deliberately or otherwise) insulting the noble prophet? Even on this ...
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What is ruling for Blasphemy in Islam? [duplicate]

I have heard from sources that its death penalty. What is the actual ruling according to Sharia? Edit: A related answer on a question suggests that there is no blasphemy law scholars have derived it ...
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According to sharia law, if a kafir critizes islam will he be Punished? [duplicate]

Is a disbeliever critizes islam, quran, Prophet Muhammad will he/she be Punished under sharia law? For example if he asks why idol worship is prohibited in islam. Idol worship do not harm anyone so ...
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Who is the target of the prohibition of graphical representations of Allah and Muhamad? [duplicate]

Who is the prohibition addressed to? Believers, or everyone? In other words, is it a requirement of faith where Muslims are themselves banned from the action, or whether they should also actively seek ...
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Is it justified to kill someone for disrespecting our Prophet Muhammad SAWS [duplicate]

Recently in France, a teacher was beheaded by someone because of his act of showing some drawings in his class. I just want to know is it really justified to kill someone who disrespects our Prophet ...
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Why is Islam often perceived as sexist, aggressive and leaning towards genuine threats and violence?

I don't know if this question is too imprecise to be answerable; if people think so, let me know and I'll delete it... From the outside, Islam has quite a... reputation. Firstly, I should note that I ...
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Is anyone who tries to deny the holy Qur'an is perfect blasphemous?

Given that the Holy qur'an is the indisputable word of Allah (swt), is anyone who tries to claim that it's not perfection directly attacking Allah and insulting 2bn Muslims? And so, what is the ...
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Why did Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) order the killing of Ka'b bin Al-Ashraf?

This question is inspired by this question: How should insults to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) be handled? Narrated Jabir bin 'Abdullah: The Prophet said, "Who is ready to kill Ka'b bin Al-...
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What formal, doctrinal guidance is there for how a Muslim should personally respond to deliberate, gratuitous abuse of Islam?

I'm not trying to goad anyone, or start a fight, or pass judgment. I'm asking out of genuine curiosity. Please read accordingly. I seek to learn how Muslims choose their response to deliberate, ...
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Cartoons That Offend Muslims

Why do Muslims get all up-in-arms (no pun intended) when someone draws a cartoon that spoofs your religion? Are Muslims obliged to react to such actions? If so then how should they react?
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Is the hostility against Asia Bibi supported by the Quran?

You might be aware that Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian formerly condemned of blasphemy and recently liberated, is being persecuted by some (what sometimes the Western press calls "radical" or "...
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