Sharia law for non-Muslims
(o9.0) – Jihad means to war against non-Muslims, and is etymologically derived from the word mujahada signifying warfare to establish the religion…
and such hadiths as the one related by Bukhari and Muslim that the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) said:
(o9.1) – Jihad [against non-Muslims in their own countries ] is a communal obligation… “He who provides the equipment for a soldier in Jihad has himself performed Jihad”
(o9.9) – The caliph fights all other people until they become Muslim
(Bigotry toward those outside the Islamic faith)
(o4.9) – The indemnity paid for a Jew or Christian is one-third of the indemnity paid for a Muslim. The indemnity paid of a Zoroastrian is one-fifteenth of that a Muslim.
(h8.24) – It is not permissible to give zakat to a non-Muslim.
(e2.3) – It is offensive to use the vessels [dishes] of non-Muslims or wear their clothes.
e8.3 says that a non-Muslim may not touch the Quran.
f21.2 says that non-Muslims are not allowed to ‘mix’ with Muslims at certain events.
g1.2 says that it is permissible for a Muslim to visit a non-Muslim who is ill, but not recommended. (Same with visiting the grave of a non-Muslim relative – g5.8)
(L5.2) – a non-Muslim may not inherit from a Muslim. (or vice versa)
o1.2 states that there is no penalty for a Muslim who kills a non-Muslim
o11.0-11 says that non-Muslim subjects of an Islamic state may live free from harm if they
– pay a special ‘poll’ tax (the jizya)
– comply with certain Islamic rules, specifically the penalty for adultery (stoning) and theft (amputation)
– distinguish themselves from Muslims by dressing differently
– keep to the side of the side of the street when Muslims pass
– accept a lesser form of greeting
– agree not to build new churches or build houses higher than those of Muslims
The agreement is broken (meaning that the non-Muslim may be lynched) if he breaks the rules, fails to pay the poll tax, “leads a Muslim away from Islam“, “mentions something impermissible” about Islam, or has sex with a non-Muslim woman.
(o22.13) – The judge treats two litigants impartially, seating both in places of equal honor, attending to each, and so forth, unless one is a non-Muslim, in which case he gives the Muslim a better seat
See also Rights of Non-Muslims in an Islamic State