Islamic inquisition

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Past[edit]

In 780 AD al-Mahdi's political inquisition took place during the 1st century of the Abbasid Caliphate. [1]

Present[edit]

Fanatic Jihadists and radical Islamists have been categorized as preaching their own style of Islamic Inquisition [2]

The Washington post reports on Militants who in a statement, posted in the name of the Holy Jihad, vow to Target Non-Muslims or infidels, and to abduct and kill any non-Muslims who visit the Palestinian territories, unless their demands are met. [3]

Two journalists, Steve Centanni, and Olaf Wiig were kidnapped by Palestinian Islamic militants and forced to convert to Islam at gunpoint [4] Related: Convert or die.

Archbishop John Sentamu claims that the BBC is frightened of criticizing Islam. [5]

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