Can a Muslim be forced to a worship?
It was claimed that there’s no force to accept Islam, but after the acceptance, a muslim could be forced to worship, even killed. This claim was annihilated first and foremost by the verses “There shall be no compulsion in religion” (al-Baqarah 2:256) and “…Whoever wills—let him believe. And whoever wills—let him disbelieve…” (al-Kahf 18:29). Even the prophets (Nabi-Rasoul) hadn’t the right to force anyone (al-Ghashiyah 88:21-22; Qaf 50:45; Yunus 10:99). For example Noah didn’t force his spouse (at-Tahrim 66:10) and his son (Hud 11:42-43). They chose not to believe. Anyway, most humans will not believe (Yusuf 12:103).
In a forced worship there would’t be the satisfaction of Allah and to be humble (al-Mu’minun 23:2). Force would compose hypocrisy (Munafiq).
The Quran doesn’t give permission to kill people who don’t worship. Killing people except in retaliation (Qisas), on the battle field and terror crime (al-Baqarah 2:178; al-Hajj 22:39; al-Maidah 5:33), is as if the whole of mankind was killed (al-Maidah 5:32).
Thereby there’s no forcing in Islam. Who wants to should worship, who doesn’t want to shouldn’t do it. Everyone will get his rewards in the afterlife, which he did with his free will.