Stoning to Death in Islam

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This book explains the Islamic law of Rajm (stoning to death) and its significance in Islam.

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About The Book

In recent times, rajm (stoning to death) has become a global issue and a subject of great controversy. The media, politicians, human rights groups and many disbelievers have criticized stoning to death as being barbaric and cruel. Unfortunately, many unwary Muslims have fallen prey to this propaganda and they have also began rejecting stoning to death as being a part of Islam. Our present situation is an embodiment of the hadith of Rasulullah which states, "A person will wake up in the morning as a Muslim and by nightfall he will be a disbeliever. A person will spend the night as a Muslim and will become a disbeliever in the morning." - From the introduction

"The book that you hold in your hand, dear reader, will highlight the existence of the law of Rajm and its significance in Islam, together with proving its implementation beyond any shadow of doubt from various sources of Islamic Law. The book also debunks the theory that the law of stoning is only found within the ambit of Islamic Law. It will be a shocking revelation for many to learn that the punishment of stoning to death for adultery Is also found In Jewish and Christian Scriptures.

The author, Moulana Abdullah Nana has gone the extra proverbial mile by not only proving the existence of this law in Islam, but also refuting the hollow and hypocritical arguments of those who choose to lambaste the law of Rajm in Islam." - Mufti Muhammad Saeed Motara
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AuthorMaulana Abdullah Nana
PublisherZamZam Publishers
Year Published2005
Height8.2 inches
Width5.5 inches
Length0.3 inches