This question pops up quite frequently in immigration matters, specifically in refugee and asylum cases from Muslim-majority countries. While each country's stance may be slightly different, the Qu'ran and the Sunnah both mention apostasy, and are therefore a basis for Islamic law.
Abed Awad breaks down the history and scholarly debate behind apostacy through the centuries and what that may mean for today here.
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