If it's forbidden to kill Non-Muslims, then why do people like Al-Qaeda kill Non-Muslims?
Submitted by on Tue, 29/09/2009 - 17:45
Dear Brother / Sister,
The harms caused by the non-Islamic actions of those who act for the sake of Islam on Islam and Muslims, are more dangerous and greater in extent than the harms which have been caused or will be caused by non-Muslims. In a Muslim country, any follower of any religion can live. Nobody can violate this right given by Allah. Muslims should not fall into such tricks. In addition, if there are people who commit crimes, it is the duty of the State and the authorities to punish them. A person cannot decide on his own and cannot harm anybody even if a non-Muslim. If he harms, then he is also punished.
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