A Comparative Analysis of the Positive Effects and Consequences of Women's Apostasy in the Imami Religion and the Salafi Approach, Focusing on the Views of Imam Khomeini and Ibn Taymiyyah

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Apostasy is a topic in Islamic jurisprudence that has been subject to criticism and attacks on Islam, particularly when it pertains to women. The Imamiyyah religion and the Salafiyyah approach are two contemporary discourses that have significant influence and share many commonalities, but also have differences regarding women's apostasy. This comparative analysis aimed to provide an accurate understanding of women's apostasy in these two discourses and shed light on their conflicting aspects. The research employed a comparative analytical documentary method to address the conflicting aspects of the two discourses regarding the positive consequences of rulings on women's apostasy. The study concluded that Imamiyyah distinguished between natural and national apostasies and considers gender as a fundamental concept. In its rulings on apostasy, Imamiyyah provided more lenient and liberated conditions for apostate women compared to the Salafists.

Comparative Theology, Volume:14 Issue: 29, 2023
31 to 48
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