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  1. 1. Would you Kill or Disown your child if they commited a huge crime

    • Kill them
      0
    • Disown them for life
      1
    • Forgive them and leave it up to Allah to judge their punishment
      20


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peace

Even if it was my daughter, I would carry on according to Islamic rulings.

 

Which would prohibit you from killing her for premarital sex.

 

Salaams

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I would prefer "Forgive them and leave it up to Allah to judge their punishment".

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:sl:

 

I voted for the 3rd option! Forgive and leave it to Allah (swt)- the best of judges to decide!

 

Sheikh Ahmad Kutty:

 

“There is no such concept in Islam that is called “honor killing”. Islam holds every soul in high esteem and does not allow any transgression upon it. It does not allow people to take the law in their own hands and administer justice, because doing so will be leading to chaos and lawlessness. Therefore, based on this, Islam does not permit such killings.

 

First of all, in order to sanction killing, it must be through a binding verdict issued by an authoritative law court. Individuals themselves have no authority either to judge cases or pass judgments. Therefore, a Muslim should not sanction such killing because doing so will be leading to the rule of the law of the jungle. A civilized society cannot be run by such laws.”

 

Sheikh `Atiyyah Saqr:

“Like all other religions, Islam strictly prohibits murder and killing without legal justification. Allah, Most High, says, “Whoso slayeth a believer of set purpose, his reward is Hell for ever. Allah is wroth against him and He hath cursed him and prepared for him an awful doom.” (An-Nisa’: 93)

 

The so-called “honor killing” is based on ignorance and disregard of morals and laws, which cannot be abolished except by disciplinary punishments.

 

It goes without saying that people are not entitled to take the law in their own hands, for it’s the responsibility of the Muslim State and its concerned bodies to maintain peace, security, etc., and to prevent chaos and disorder from creeping into the Muslim society.”

 

Sheikh Muhammad Al-Hanooti:

“In Islam, there is no place for unjustifiable killing. Even in case of capital punishment, only the government can apply the law through the judicial procedures. No one has the authority to execute the law other than the officers who are in charge.

 

Honor killing could be a wrong cultural tradition. It is unjust and inhumane action. The murderer of that type deserves punishment.”

 

Allahu alam!

 

Peace out

Edited by Aamina

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p.s. I haven't voted as yet. Someone should add the option 'beat them silly'. :sl:

 

 

w/salaam

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Oops,aint voted yet,I would very strongly pick option 3 mashallah. :j:

 

 

 

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Edited by Aaqib Ahmed

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It's easy to sit here & say i will do this, I will not do this... it will b whole different scene when it happens to u. Tempers are likely to high, very high.

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I mite forgive them or may b not... i will surely b angry for some time. I pray that i don't have to see such a day ever. I m goin to b a dad soon & just thinking abt it breaks my heart.

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