Is it permissible to kill Non-Muslims?
Submitted by on Wed, 16/09/2009 - 17:38
Dear Brother / Sister,
That is even out of question. Nobody has the right to kill non-Muslims. Harming a non Muslim without a lawful reason is even deemed as violating the rights of a servant of Allah.
Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings upon him, said: “Whoever harms a non-Muslim citizen, I will be his enemy on the Day of Resurrection.”
The Prophet's that way of acting towards non-Muslims actually explains the whole issue.
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