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Response to Barbara: Islam does not allow unjust killing

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Submitted by Apostate (United States), Feb 28, 2006 at 14:25

Dear Barabara: There is no such thing as unjust killing in islam. Non muslims and apostates are guilty of denying islam thus their killing is justified. Most muslims are guilty of not following quran and sunna properly thus their killing is also justified. Actually muslims are more vulnerable to killing by other muslims than non muslims.
A muslim can be killed just for missing a prayer deliberately. Read the following most reliable hadith:

BukhariVolume 1, Book 11, Number 626:
Narrated Abu Huraira:
The Prophet said, "No prayer is harder for the hypocrites than the Fajr and the 'Isha' prayers and if they knew the reward for these prayers at their respective times, they would certainly present themselves (in the mosques) even if they had to c awl." The Prophet added, "Certainly I decided to order the Mu'adh-dhin (call-maker) to pronounce Iqama and order a man to lead the prayer and then take a fire flame to burn all those who had not left their houses so far for the prayer along with their houses."

In 19 th century followers of Abdul Wahab did just that and killed or maimed 400,000 muslims in Arabia for not being proper muslims. In 1802, they beheaded 4000 shias in a single day at Karbala, (Iraq area) alone.
Why do you think so many muslims try to escape and run away from sharia countries? Talibans have been killing teachers and burning down schools for them trying to educate women.In Mecca 15 young girls were pushed back in a burning school building and burnt alive rather than allowed out for lack of head coverings.
Muslims have been justifying and killing each other since the days of prophet.Three of the four rightly guided caliphs after Mohammed (to whom Mohammed guarnteed paradise), Umar Usman and Ali were brutally killed by muslims. Ali, the most beloved cousin and son in law of Mohammed and one of the most revered muslim imam had a war with Ayesha , the most beloved and dear wife of Mohammed (and most revered muslim woman and source of important hadiths) in which 10,000 muslims perished. Most beloved grandson of Mohammed was killed in a war with grandson of muslim Mecca leader Abu Sufian . The later then proceeded and destroyed house of Allah, Kaaba of Mecca and killed thousands of muslim men and his forces raped thousands of muslim women. History says those rapes resulted in over a thousand illegitimate babies.
Yes Barbara, muslim never kills any one unjustly.
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