Ibrahim Maqari, the Imam of the National Mosque in Abuja, believes Muslims have specific red lines that must not be crossed, particularly when it comes to the Prophet’s dignity.
The Imam made the remarks in Sokoto state, where a Christian female student, Deborah Samuel, was burned to death by a mob for blasphemy.
Those who broke the religion’s red lines, according to Imam Maqari, would face consequences.
He went on to say that if issues aren’t addressed appropriately, no one should be blamed for addressing them individually.
- The Imam’s Twitter account issued a statement. “Everyone should be aware that we Muslims have specific red lines that must not be crossed,” it stated. The Prophet’s (PBUH) dignity stands in the forefront of the red.