Islam is not a religion, rather a death cult for apostates. It's a mousetrap. You will be rejoiced when you will join the brotherhood but will become an automatic target for hate and death threats when you even start doubting its tenets before eventually leaving it. I am amongst a handful of the brave ones who are still around to tell you the horrifying tales of atrocities towards ex Muslims like me. Many of our apostate friends are dying every week. Many got banished from their birth lands. Many got ostracized by their own families. Western Governments won't bring our sufferings to surface as matter to pay attention to as they find it uncomfortable to admit that the minority Muslim community within the western world are being horrible towards the minority amongst them.
I can't remember anything in the Qur'an about killing apostates, but it's in the Hadith. The Qur'an makes it very clear though that the Qur'an is complete and that nothing else has any legitimacy, so aren't those who value the Hadith all classed as apostates who should be killed under their own rules? I see a lot of apostates out there who claim to believe in God but whose actions reveal the most flimsy of faith because they're all so obsessed with trying to do God's job for him, revealing that they don't believe he can do anything himself. They are the very worst kind of apostates, because they claim to be believers.
Thank you for raising the issue. I strongly suspect that most of the members of this site come from some sort of Christian background and a lesser number from Judaism. - I'm being very general here with that statement.
So to hear from a person who has come from Islam into reason, at least for me is very interesting. I tend to see more 'Christian bashing' going on not only here, but in at least British society. I have often wondered if that is due to fear of some kind of retribution. Still, one can look back to the Inquisition for comparison on intolerance.
At college I know that one of my lecturers is an evangelical devout Christian, which surprises as they are leading our research classes. And we have the only Muslim in the college. The Muslim is willing to question their faith, and I suspect will loose it as the arguments for a god dissipate under scrutiny. They would also love to try alcohol - after all, Islam shares the same god as Judaism and Christianity and they both have wine in their ceremonies. So why would god deny Muslims?