Warning against jokes that mock some verses of the Qur’an
Refutation of those who claim that the hadiths which speak of executing the apostate are contrary to the Qur’an
Marriage to a mahram woman is a major sin but does not mean that one is an apostate
Guideline on what actions and words are regarded as mocking religion
She has repented from apostasy; does she have to make up the prayers and fasts that she missed when she was an apostate?
The fact that the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) pardoned ‘Abdullah ibn Abi Sarh does not mean that the hadd punishment for apostasy was waived
A Muslim apostatised and became Christian in order to get asylum in a foreign country, but he believes that he is still a Muslim
How should he deal with a work colleague who reviles Allah and His Messenger?
Making fun of Islam and repenting from it
Dhu’l-Khuwaysirah at-Tameemi was a hypocrite
If he apostatized then repented, and he owed prayers, fasts or zakaah before he apostatized, then he must make them up
He was Muslim, then he went back to his country and apostatised, then he came back to a Muslim country; is he a mu‘aahad (non-Muslim living under Muslim protection)? How should we deal with him?
Will the repentance of one who impugns the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) be accepted? And is it better to admit it to the qaadi (judge)?
What is the ruling on one who was born to Muslim parents then apostatised before or after reaching puberty?
He said to his wife, “I am sorry that I am a Muslim”; has he apostatised by doing that and what is the ruling on his marriage?