Question: What is the ruling on the following categories of people in terms of belief and disbelief?
1- Who says that he does not believe in the Noble Qur’aan or in a verse of it.
2- A person who says that he believes his mind only.
3- A person who says to another, ‘You committed apostasy’ by going out with a girl displaying her charm.
4- A person who says: ‘I am in no need for such-and-such Tafsir (exegesis of the meanings of the Qur’aan).
5- A person who acts as Imaam for his family in Friday Prayer at home and delivers a sermon claiming that he offers Friday Prayer at home. Is his Prayer valid?
6 – A person who says to another, ‘Why do you not let the sideburns grow instead of the beard?’ Does he scorn the Sunnah? The Prophet (peace be upon him) says: Let the beards grow.
7- If a person committing the previous sins is persistent and denies to repent, does he become a disbeliever for his rejection to the Qur’aan and Sunnah?
Answer: First: A person who says that he does not believe in the Noble Qur’aan or in a verse thereof or that he believes only his mind regardless of the Sharee`ah, should be told that this saying is an act of disbelief. If he persists in saying it, he is apostate from Islaam… read more here.