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Killing of a innocent sole is a big sin in Islam

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in response to reader comment: Abdulsalam S. Al-Zahrani's thesis sounds more like 'demonology'.

Submitted by Ibn Masud (United States), Jan 26, 2010 at 00:35

it is a very sad story indeed.
I hope al- zahrani is sorry for what the heck he did.
He will most probably pay for it in heavy dirhams.

Islam certainly does NOT allow killing of any innocent sole (but again I don't know the full story)

ibnmasud

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