What would happen if a young Muslim around 12-13 years old carried a cross like that?

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What would happen if a young Muslim around 12-13 years old carried a cross like that?

What would happen if a young Muslim

A 12-13 year old would wear such a cross?

and then suddenly living room to mom and dad and his

older brother would say, I don't want to be a Muslim but a Christian!

what would happen?



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Legally, everyone over the age of 14 can decide for themselves which religion they want to follow.

How the family reacts to this is a completely different matter. With conservative parents, this can end badly.



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If he has already reached puberty, the worst case scenario could be that he will be killed:

Apostasy from Islam also requires the death penalty, according to the prevailing opinion of all four schools of law, even though the Koran is against those who turn their backs on Islam returns, specifically only one Strafe threatens in the afterlife. Only tradition clearly calls for the death penalty for this world. However, more liberal positions, such as those currently represented by Abdullahi Ahmed an-Na'im, professor of international law at Emory University in the USA, who was influenced by the Sudanese theologian Mahmud Muhammad Taha, who was executed in 1985, deny the current justification of this Death penalty. But if a convert to the Christian faith is killed by his family or members of society even though he has been acquitted by a court, this shows how deeply the sense of justice is influenced by Sharia norms.

Source: The Sharia by Prof. Dr. Christine Schirrmacher, pp. 52-53



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Is it still working?!



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Do you have anything more to tell me?



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You are crazy.



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Who sare "you"?



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Islam haters



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I am not an Islamophobe.



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Depends on the parents.

If they themselves are thinking about adopting Christianity, then that's good.

In Afghanistan this can lead to the death penalty.

The gray areas in between can range from mild to severe.



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Not just in Afghanistan. In Pakistan, Iran, Yemen, Egypt... too.



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It depends on how religious the family is. Depending on the situation, a Muslim who has converted could no longer travel abroad. He would run the risk of being killed there.

Because in many cases family honor does not allow a family member to become a Christian.

In the Middle East, North Africa and Asia, thousands pay with their lives when they convert to Christianitychange leaves. You can read these biographies:

Dreams and visionsHow Muslims experience Jesus today - 23 true stories

https://www.thalia.de/shop/home/artikeldetails/A1030490412

In the face of deathThe courage of the persecuted Christians in the Middle East

https://www.thalia.de/shop/home/artikeldetails/A1036120220

God's incomprehensible waysHow my faith was radically renewed by persecuted Christians

https://www.thalia. de/shop/home/artikeldetails/A1030399656



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Depends on the family!

...anything is possible from the reaction: "Hey, it's okay, take it easy" to killing the boy immediately!

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