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Islam: no exit but death?

Simon Valentine on a challenge to address Islamic apostasy law

Freedom to Believe: Challenging Islam’s apostasy laws
Patrick Sookhdeo
Isaac Publishing £8.99
(978-0-9787141-9-2)

THE law of apostasy in Islam (the punishment of those who reject Islam or fall away from it) is one of various subjects that we tend to ignore in the interests of interfaith dialogue, or because of the strictures of political correctness.

In Freedom to Believe, Patrick Sookhdeo, a convert to ...

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