Ex-Muslim Ridvan Aydemir, writes: “Assim Alhakeem is a Saudi scholar who is ‘trying to enlighten people about Islam.’ He is quite influential on Twitter, YouTube, TV and his website. On February 24, he tweeted that apostates should be killed by Islamic law.” When he was challenged about this, “he confirmed it with more horrible words. When I retweeted it, he blocked me.”
This is Islam. This is sharia. This is what the left is intent on bringing to the West. This is part of the law that Muslim migrants believe is superior to all “man-made” Western laws. Many are determined to replace the one with the other.
“Simply leaving Islam”?
This is a crime that in an Islamic legal system, an apostate is tried and if convicted, the Muslim ruler orders him to be executed! It is like any other crime but by no means it is simple except for hypocrites! https://t.co/6H6DezYmad
— Assim Alhakeem (@Assimalhakeem) February 23, 2018
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