Muslim Girl: Here’s Why the Rahaf Al-Qunun Narrative Is so Terrifying.
The halaal weasel wrote this gem of a paragraph:
As someone who understands and believes that Fiqh, or Islamic jurisprudence, is the work of scholars and not of laymen, I wouldn’t try to interpret the aspects of Fiqh that relate to this case. Scholars have had debates on apostasy, and what lies on the other side of it–blasphemy–what Islam prescribes regarding them, how various sects view them, along with the fatwas by different scholars, and the punishments associated.
This isn't rocket science. Is death the Islamic punishment for a person who leaves Islam? Yes or No. Of course, the Muslim girl won't answer that question because the truth is ugly.
As of 2014, apostasy was a capital offense in Afghanistan, Brunei, Mauritania, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. What is, however, extremely important to evoke is the fact that executions for religious conversion have been infrequent in recent times, with only four cases reported since 1985. So it would be fair to assume that rarely are the apostasy laws used to punish the actual abandonment of Islam.
That's really rich. The ex-Muslims in those countries keep their mouths shut because they know that uttering their real beliefs would result in their instant murder.
Anyway, the author goes on to blame THE PATRIARCHY for the Muslim death mobs.
I remind those in power that constitutional laws are by humans, and it is important to assess them to ensure we don’t have patriarchy and majoritarianism hijacking Islam as a religion.
This "patriarchy" is absent from, for example, Christian countries where Christian women are free to leave their religion. Their families and societies don't hang those apostates in public. It's so strange that this mysterious "patriarchy" only inflicts Islamic countries. It's almost like this blaming the "patriarchy" tactic is a shameless excuse to sway attention away from the evil religion of Islam.