Question: The issue of (insulting religion): Can we immediately judge a person who insults religion to be a Kaafir (disbeliever)? What is the ruling on women and children who insults religion?
(2) The issue of (excuse for ignorance): about ridiculing the beard, the Niqaab (face veil), the Qamees (long shirt), or the Muslims; also the issue of insulting religion: Can people be excused for being ignorant if they commit these things?
(3) The issue of (excuse for ignorance): about matters related to worshiping graves or Taaghoot (false gods). Can the people who worship graves and Taaghoot be excused for being ignorant in this regard? We would like you to guide us to the truth on this issue and also on the issue of (fighting religious activity): Are those who are employed for that purpose excused for being ignorant in this regard?
(4) The process of argumentation against a Muslim who offers sacrifices to other than Allaah, or invokes other than Allaah, or helps tyrants: Can any Muslim who has knowledge about these issues argue against those who do such things? Are there any other conditions for establishing evidence against them?
Answer: Firstly: Inviting others to the Way of Allaah must be done with wisdom, good admonition, arguing with them in the best constructive way. This is an obligation enjoined by Sharee‘ah (Islaamic law). Allaah (Exalted be He) says (what means)… read more here.