The following is a partial listing of Muslim scholars and organizations who have issued fatwas against extremism and terrorism


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Maqsood, Ruquaiyah Waris BRITAIN It is high time that the followers of this anti-Muslim teaching are properly labeled for what they are. Their brand of Islam is not Islam. They do not have an identifying name at the moment - the word Fundamentalist is not accurate, neither is extremist. I would like to call their faith something like Islamiolatry. They are not Muslims but Islamiots or Zealotologists. Once a sectarian can be identified by a name, then people find it much easier to understand that these are at least deviants from the faith, and more usually enemies to the faith. ... When people choose to kill themselves and take out over five thousand miscellaneous persons with them, this is hardly what Islam defines as Jihad and these people are not martyrs - a jihad is a struggle for the will of God in which any attack on the weak, the child, the female, the aged, the animal or the plant is totally forbidden. A martyr is someone who has been put to death for what they believe.  It is not the rights of a Muslim minority that are under threat - but the rights of the Muslims, the majority, Islam itself, the millions of believers, that are being hijacked by these murderers who dare to call themselves Muslims.



Manzoor, Dr. S. Parvez, SWEDEN If these acts of terror indeed have been perpetrated by Muslim radicals or fundamentalists, they have reaped nothing but eternal damnation, shame and ignominy. For nothing, absolutely nothing, could remotely be advanced as an excuse for these barbaric acts. They represent a total negation of Islamic values, an utter disregard of our fiqhi tradition, and a slap in the face of the Ummah. They are in total contrast to what Islamic reason, compassion and faith stand for. Even from the more mundane criteria of common good, the maslaha of the jurists, these acts are treasonous and suicidal. Islamic faith has been so callously and casually sacrificed at the altar of politics, a home-grown politics of parochial causes, primeval passions, self-endorsing piety and messianic terror.

  • Manzoor, Dr. S. Parvez, SWEDEN If these acts of terror indeed have been perpetrated by Muslim radicals or fundamentalists, they have reaped nothing but eternal damnation, shame and ignominy. For nothing, absolutely nothing, could remotely be advanced as an excuse for these barbaric acts. They represent a total negation of Islamic values, an utter disregard of our fiqhi tradition, and a slap in the face of the Ummah. They are in total contrast to what Islamic reason, compassion and faith stand for. Even from the more mundane criteria of common good, the maslaha of the jurists, these acts are treasonous and suicidal. Islamic faith has been so callously and casually sacrificed at the altar of politics, a home-grown politics of parochial causes, primeval passions, self-endorsing piety and messianic terror.



Mattson, Ingrid, Ph.D.  U.S. These days, I find myself in the position of being asked to explain the motives of these unknown terrorists. I am a Professor of Islamic Studies, not a criminologist. I can explain Islamic law, ethical norms, and religious practices, I do not understand the way a terrorist thinks. The best I can do is describe how terrorism is treated in Islamic law and theology.

  • Mattson, Ingrid, Ph.D.  U.S. These days, I find myself in the position of being asked to explain the motives of these unknown terrorists. I am a Professor of Islamic Studies, not a criminologist. I can explain Islamic law, ethical norms, and religious practices, I do not understand the way a terrorist thinks. The best I can do is describe how terrorism is treated in Islamic law and theology.



Minai, Ali Ahmed U.S. Those who lament the fact that Islam today wears the face of militancy in the eyes of the world should keep this in mind: When those who are moderate do not speak as loudly as the militants, the militants speak for them too. The only way to reclaim the enlightened aspect of Islam is to pursue it aggressively. Call it extremism in the pursuit of moderation. And that is no vice.

  • Minai, Ali Ahmed U.S. Those who lament the fact that Islam today wears the face of militancy in the eyes of the world should keep this in mind: When those who are moderate do not speak as loudly as the militants, the militants speak for them too. The only way to reclaim the enlightened aspect of Islam is to pursue it aggressively. Call it extremism in the pursuit of moderation. And that is no vice.



Mohammed, Dr. Mahathir, Prime Minister MALAYSIA



Muhammad, Imam W. D. U.S. `Islam insists that the best human behavior be demonstrated even when engaging an enemy in war, Our Prophet Muhammed (prayers and peace be on him) ordered that civilians not be made the victims of war. He (the Prophet) cautioned the Muslims to take care not to attack those who were not bearing arms against them. Islam and the Prophet’s life require of us that we uphold justice and be a peace-seeking people.’

  • Muhammad, Imam W. D. U.S. `Islam insists that the best human behavior be demonstrated even when engaging an enemy in war, Our Prophet Muhammed (prayers and peace be on him) ordered that civilians not be made the victims of war. He (the Prophet) cautioned the Muslims to take care not to attack those who were not bearing arms against them. Islam and the Prophet’s life require of us that we uphold justice and be a peace-seeking people.’





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