3 ? Whoever does not regard the mushrikeen as kaafirs, or doubts that they are kaafirs, or regards their way as correct, is a kaafir.
This just goes without saying! Bigotry zindabaad!
4 ? Whoever believes that anything other than the teaching of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is more complete than his teachings, or that the rulings of anyone else are better than his rulings ? such as those who prefer the rule of false laws to his rulings ? is a kaafir.
How on earth do you even stop yourself from contemplating this? This stops you from reading any works by philosophers and appreciating it!
5 ? Whoever hates any part of that which the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) brought, even if he acts in accordance with it, is a kaafir
Well, all this does is make you accept the many absurdities in the hadith and trying to justify the scts recorded in the hadith! nice!
6 ? Whoever makes fun of anything in the religion of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), or makes fun of any texts that refer to rewards or punishments, is a kaafir
You see whats going on here? This doesn't even give you any room to think objectively nevermind skeptically!
9 ? Whoever believes that some people are allowed to operate outside the law of Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) just as al-Khidr operated outside the law of Moosa (peace be upon him) is a kaafir
How does this work outside an islamic state?
With regard to all of these acts that nullify Islam, it makes no difference whether a person is joking, serious or afraid, unless he is forced to do it.
The fourth category includes those who believe that the systems and laws devised by men are better than the sharee?ah of Islam, or equal to it; or that it is permissible to refer to them for judgements and rulings, even if he believes that referring to sharee?ah is better; or that the Islamic system is not fit to be applied in the twentieth century; or that it was the cause of the Muslims? backwardness; or that it should be limited to a person?s relationship with his Lord and not have anything to do with the other affairs of life
The fourth category also includes those who think that carrying out the ruling of Allaah by cutting off the hand of the thief or stoning the married adulterer is not appropriate in the modern age.
click the link for the whole thing..
Well you know what then. I must have apostated years ago. Probably in my early twenties!