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Daish created to weaken Islamic forces, spread confusion: Ahle Hadees Muftis
Their actions a terrorism, completely prohibited by Islam; their self-declared claim to caliphate and Islamic State is false and contrary to concept of Islamic Caliphate, they say
Monday February 16, 2015 8:03 PM, News Network

A number of top Ahle Hadees Ulema and Muftis of India have declared Daish and those of its ilk "terrorists and condemnable". The Muslim divines have said that supporting and cooperating with them were not allowed by Shariah.

Fatwa against Daish

"It is the religious and moral duty of the conscious persons of the Muslim Ummah that they should inform the world of its threats and strive to prevent the Muslim youth, if any, from supporting Daish and those of its ilk, in any form", they opined.

The collective fatwa against Daish and those of its ilk was released here on Sunday, in response to a written question, asked by Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadees Hind at its national symposium "Global Terrorism, Self-Declared Caliphate of Daish and Islam's Message of Peace" held at its headquarters Ahle Hadees Complex in New Delhi.

Quoting extensively from the Holy Quran, Prophet's saying and other authentic sources, the Islamic scholars averred: "Daish is such an organization which has come into existence to weaken the Islamic forces, spread confusion and chaos in the lines of the Muslims, tarnish the image of Islam in the eyes of the world and distract the world from the humanity-loving divine ideology."

The document, signed by top Ahle Hadees Ulema and Muftis, opined: "This is surely a threat to human world and leads to the decline of the Muslim Ummah."

"Certain organizations' effort to take the law and order of the country into own hands, to bombard and explode at the main streets and other places, to destroy government and individual as well as military weapons, to hijack planes, to make foreign employees and nurses hostage, to attack upon the women not wearing hijab and offices of the newspapers and news channels and embassies, to provoke the people against the government and strive to disturb peace and harmony, is not allowed by Shariah.

"There are conditions and regulations to order for good work and refute those refusing in Shariah and everybody is not bound to interpret it and Shariah has fixed limitations like all the affairs, not sticking to those mischief and riots occur and blood-letting and disquiet are created," the fatwa document elaborates.

"Unfortunately", the fatwa said, "Such organizations have come into being in modern period, and taking the name of Islam, are becoming problem for the Muslims of the world. Presently, organizations like Daish are tarnishing the image of Islam and Muslims and inflicting harm to them.

"Their moves don't conform to the teachings of Islam in any way. The acts they are committing, are completely prohibited by Islam, and is a terrorism, and their self-declared claim to caliphate and Islamic State is false and quite contrary to the concept of Islamic Caliphate. There is found in it neither conditions, nor demands for establishing the caliphate", it said.

The oldest organization of the country, Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadees Hind, had in the past issued a similar fatwa against terrorism, signed by top 36 Islamic scholars, first time in India about ten years ago.

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