Cursing in the Sharia Manual r38.0 page 773: ‘As for those the Prophet personally cursed, perhaps it was because he knew they would die in unbelief. Praying that evil befalls a person is similar to cursing, even when against a tyrant, such as saying ‘May Allah not heal him,’ ‘May Allah not keep him safe,’ and similar remarks, all of which are blameworthy [A: being unlawful, IF OF A MUSLIM]‘
e4.1 (2) page 58 …It is unbelief (kufr) to turn from the sunna (ie recommended acts as opposed to obligatory) in order to imitate non-Muslims (ie in their way of dress & facial hair) when one believes their way to be superior to the sunna.
f1.3 page 109 Someone raised among Muslims who denies the obligatoriness of the prayer, zakat, fasting Ramadan, the pilgrimiage or the unlawfulness of wine and adultery or denies something else upon which there is scholarly consensus (ijma’) and which is necessarily known as being of the religion, thereby becomes an unbeliever (kafir) and is executed for his unbelief.
f1.3 A muslims who holds the prayer to be obligatory but through lack of concern neglects to perform it until its propert time is over has not commited unbelief. Rather, he is executed, washed, prayed over, and buried in the Muslim’s cemetery (O: as he is one of them. It is recommended, but not obligatory that he be asked to repent (N: and if he does, he is not executed.))
025.3 page 640 Among the qualifications of the caliph are that he be :
(a) Muslim (K: it being invalid to appoint a non-Muslim (kafir) to authority, even to rule non-Muslims) (S: Qadi Iyad states that there is scholarly consensus(ijma) that it is not legally valid to invest a non-Muslim as a caliph, and that a caliph becomes a non-Muslim, he is no longer caliph, as also when he does not maintain the prescribed prayers (A: meaning both to perform them himself and order Muslims to) … and likewise if he makes reprehensible innovations (bid’a) he loses the authority and is no longer obeyed, and it is obligatory for Muslims to rise against him …
RESPONDING TO SALAMS
r33.2 It is not obligatory to respond to someone’s Salams in circumstances where greeting him is uncalled-for, except for a corrupt person ((7) above), whose Salams it is obligatory to return. It is not obligatory to answer the Salams of someone who is a child, intoxicated, or insane. Nawawi (Allah Most High have mercy on him) says in his commentary on Sahih Muslim, “Scholars disagree about greeting non-Muslims with as-Salamu `alaykum’ or returning their Salams. We hold that it is unlawful to say it to the first, though is obligatory to return their greetings by saying `alaykum’ (and upon you), or simply, “Alaykum.’ Other scholars hold it is permissible to greet them first with `as-Salamu `alaykum’ ” (al-Durar al-mubaha (y99), 150151).
See The Pact of Umar re ‘THE TREATMENT OF THE UNBELIEVER’ (in this case, the DHIMMI), according to Tafsir ibn Kathir:
In addition, the dhimmi could not testify in a Sharia court and, therefore, had no legal recourse in an argument with a Muslim. A dhimmi could not criticize Mohammed or speak with a Muslim about Christianity.
The Sharia and the dhimmi explain how the Christian nations of Turkey, Egypt, North Africa, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Ethiopia became Islamic. Jihad placed Muslims in political control and established Sharia law. Then all of the Christians became dhimmis. Centuries of the jizya tax and third-class status caused them to convert. It was Sharia law and the dhimmi status that destroyed Christianity in Islamic lands. Western civilization cannot survive under Sharia law.