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Deborah: If You Kill Non-Muslims, You’ll Miss Paradise – Sheikh Gumi To Islamic Extremists

Sheikh Abubakar Ahmad Gumi, a controversial Islamic cleric, has denounced the assassination of Deborah Samuel, a 200-level student at Sokoto State’s Shehu Shagari College of Education.

Gumi mentioned that non-Muslims attacked the Prophet Mohammed (SAW) multiple times during his lifetime when speaking at a religious education session in his Kaduna Juma’at mosque.

Prophet Mohammed, according to the preacher, declined to confront or even murder those who assassinated his characters.

If You’re Killed By Terrorists, You’re Assured of Paradise– Islamic Cleric To Muslims

Gumi revealed this while teaching a religious session at his Kaduna Juma’at mosque.


Sheikh Gumi, who called on Islamic clerics to teach sound religious tenets to their followers instead of inciting them to commit’reprehensible’ acts, said the best way for Muslims to show their love for Prophet Mohammed (SAW) is to follow his religious teachings and obey him completely, rather than killing people over minor issues.

According to report, the priest stated that because Nigerian Muslims and Christians have decided to coexist peacefully, no religion legislation is enforced in the country, which is a secular state.

“Hence, anyone who kills a non-Muslim who they have agreed to live peacefully with, will not smell the fragrance of Paradise for 40 years,” he said.

“If we think by killing Deborah, people who are not of the same faith with us will stop insulting our prophet, then we are in delusion,” Gumi concluded.

Osinbajo Finally Reacts on Killing Of Deborah By Religious Extremists had reported earlier that Deborah, a 200-level student of the Shehu Shagari College of Education, was lynched and set ablaze by her Muslim colleagues for allegedly insulting Islam’s Prophet Mohammed.

The angry mob had stormed Deborah’s hostel, dragged her out before beating her to death and setting her body ablaze.



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