Fatwa on Terrorism and Suicide Bombings by Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri Online
Fatwa on Terrorism and Suicide Bombings
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The English version of the historic fatwa on terrorism and suicide bombings includes a foreword by Prof John Esposito (Georgetown University, Washington DC) an Introduction by Dr Joel Hayward (Royal Air Force College) and a validation by Al-Azhar University, Egypt who have supported this fatwa. Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri is a globally recognised authority on the law and spirit of IThe English version of the historic fatwa on terrorism and suicide bombings includes a foreword by Prof John Esposito (Georgetown University, Washington DC) an Introduction by Dr Joel Hayward (Royal Air Force College) and a validation by Al-Azhar University, Egypt who have supported this fatwa. Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri is a globally recognised authority on the law and spirit of Islam. Drawing on his deep, erudite insight into the life and teachings of the blessed Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and fourteen centuries of Islamic scholarship, Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri's 512-page, detailed fatwa demolishes the theological arguments advanced by terrorists in prisons, on websites, videos and their literature. Comments/Reviews by academicians and international media Certification from Al-Azhar, Egypt The special committee of Islamic Research Council, Al-Azhar commenced its [the Fatwa's] examination and scholarly review and found that the author's book discusses terrorists who reside in Muslim states-that is, terrorists who frighten civilians, murder non-combatant women, children and elderly people, kill non-Muslim citizens, revolt against Muslim rulers and target homes, mosques and shrines. The author argues that those who perpetrate these actions are like the Kharijites who appeared during the time of the Messenger. The author quotes the opinions of Islamic scholars who considered it a religious duty to fight and kill the Kharijites if they refused to renounce their doctrine after receiving warnings and advice. The author identifies the terrorists in Pakistan as rebels and purveyors of corruption, and contends that their traits and actions correspond to the Kharijites.
Fatwa on Terrorism and Suicide Bombings Reviews
Very comprehensive expert legal opinion (fatwa) on the prohibition on the use of suicide and terrorism. Sh. Muhammad first gives a brief Q and A on Terrorism and Suicide then goes into an explanation of Islam, Iman, and Ihsan. The rest of the book is the comprehensive explanation of the fatwa using the primary sources of Islam and the positions of the classical scholars and schools of jurisprudence on the matter.
This book is a must for every Muslim. Islam is a religion of peace and humanity. This book is worth than my review. Even non-Muslims can read this too to understand the Rules and Fatwas issued by Imams over the terrorists of humanity. Islam truly denies use of arms and unfair means to correct the wrong ones. Only under righteous way and system, it is permissible.I would like to recommend this book to everyone.
This a very much a theoretical/academic book, where the scholar has used Islamic principles to ensure the reader can better understand who are the terrorists and explain they have been around since the advent of Islam. Also what peaceful Muslims can do - predominately speak out at every opportunity. Read book in several sittings, lots of stop and starts - but please I read it, as it has helped me better understand this burning issue within the Muslim community and in the world.
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