1. I follow the Qur’an alone and reject secondary sources.
  2. I reject the notion that only few people can interpret the Qur’an and the rest of the people has to follow that specific interpretation.
  3. I reject abrogation — a verse abrogating another verse is illogical and against the message of the Qur’an every verse of the Qur’an is valid and we’ll read every verse in context. The verses of jihad need to be read in context and doesn’t abrogate the ‘peaceful’ verses of unity with people of other faiths.
  4. I reject rajm, the punishment for zina is flogging.
  5. Anyone who leaves the religion is allowed to do that and he will receive his punishment on the day of judgement and therefore there’s no earthly punishment for apostasy.
  6. I reject the notion that the Prophet will intercede on the day of judgement. Every person will bear his own burden on the day of judgement. Our good deeds and misdeeds will be weighed on a scale.
  7. I don’t believe that the Messengers were sinless, indeed, when it came to delivering and reciting the message then at that point they didn’t speak from their own desires and everything they said from revelation was from a higher authority — Allaah.
  8. I don’t believe that Prophet Muhammad is the chief of the Prophets, the rank of every Messenger is with Allah. The believers don’t make any distinctions among the Messengers.
  9. I don’t believe in the mi’raj
  10. I don’t believe in the compilation story of the Qur’an. My belief is that such an important book for mankind’s guidance was compiled during the lifetime of the Prophet.
  11. I believe that the verses of istiwa is from the mutashabihat and shouldn’t be interpreted literally.
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