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


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Al-Qaradawi, Shaykh Yusuf, QATAR Islam, the religion of tolerance, holds the human soul in high esteem, and considers the attack against innocent human beings a grave sin, this is backed by the Qur’anic verse which reads: ‘Whosoever kills a human being [as punishment] for [crimes] other than manslaughter or [sowing] corruption in the earth, it shall be as if he has killed all mankind, and who so ever saves the life of one, it shall be as if he had saved the life of all mankind’ (Al-Ma’idah:32).”



Al-Sabil, Shaykh Muhammad bin ‘Abdallah, member of the Council of Senior Religious Scholars, Saudi Arabia

  • Al-Sabil, Shaykh Muhammad bin ‘Abdallah, member of the Council of Senior Religious Scholars, Saudi Arabia

  • Any attack on innocent people is unlawful and contrary to Shari’a (Islamic law). ... Muslims must safeguard the lives, honor and property of Christians and Jews. Attacking them contradicts Shari’a.”



al-Shaykh, Shaykh Abd al Aziz bin Abdallah, The grand mufti of SAUDI ARABIA Islam forbids suicide terrorist attacks. What you call suicide bombings in my view are illegitimate and have nothing to do with jihad in the cause of God. I am afraid it is another form of killing oneself.”

  • al-Shaykh, Shaykh Abd al Aziz bin Abdallah, The grand mufti of SAUDI ARABIA Islam forbids suicide terrorist attacks. What you call suicide bombings in my view are illegitimate and have nothing to do with jihad in the cause of God. I am afraid it is another form of killing oneself.”



al-Tantawi, Sheikh Muhammad Sayyed, The Grand Sheikh of the al-Azhar mosque, EGYPT

  • al-Tantawi, Sheikh Muhammad Sayyed, The Grand Sheikh of the al-Azhar mosque, EGYPT

  • Condemned suicide bombings against Israeli civilians and condemned terrorism in all its forms. 



al-Tantawi, Sheikh Muhammad Sayyed, imam of al-Azhar mosque in Cairo, EGYPTAttacking innocent people is not courageous, it is stupid and will be punished on the day of judgment. ... It’s not courageous to attack innocent children, women and civilians. It is courageous to protect freedom, it is courageous to defend oneself and not to attack.”

  • al-Tantawi, Sheikh Muhammad Sayyed, imam of al-Azhar mosque in Cairo, EGYPTAttacking innocent people is not courageous, it is stupid and will be punished on the day of judgment. ... It’s not courageous to attack innocent children, women and civilians. It is courageous to protect freedom, it is courageous to defend oneself and not to attack.”



American Muslim Scholars STATEMENT REJECTING TERRORISM

  • American Muslim Scholars STATEMENT REJECTING TERRORISM

  • We wish again to state unequivocally that neither the al-Qaeda organization nor Usama bin Laden represents Islam or reflects Muslim beliefs and practice. Rather, groups like al-Qaeda have misused and abused Islam in order to fit their own radical and indeed anti-Islamic agenda.  Usama bin Laden and al-Qaeda’s actions are criminal, misguided and counter to the true teachings of Islam.

  • We call on people of all faiths not to judge Islam by the actions of a few.  We believe in justice and peace for both Israelis and Palestinians. We are convinced that security for Israel can only be achieved by justice for Palestinians.  …  We say most clearly, however, that the killing of innocent civilians, whether Christian, Muslim, or Jewish, is always wrong and is forbidden in Islamic law and ethics.  Illegitimate means can never be justified by a desirable or noble goal.”



Asmal, Dr. Abdul Cader U.S.

  • Asmal, Dr. Abdul Cader U.S.

  • The time to ratchet down hostilities is now. The coming together of typecast foes may not be easy. On the other hand allowing fascists to chart the future of humanity is not a viable option. Rapprochement is the only answer to Israel’s survival and Islam’s renaissance. There is nothing incompatible between Islam and Judaism that prevents Muslims and Jews from living together again. They have a moral imperative to do so, resting on the Muslim belief of a divinely-assigned stewardship of God’s creation, and the Jewish belief of ‘Tikkun’ or healing of God’s creation. With these credentials Muslims and Jews should not only be able to coexist but respond to the call, ‘peace on earth and goodwill to all men’, a timeless message with a universal appeal, we can all live with.



Azam, Hina, Ph.D. U.S.

  • Azam, Hina, Ph.D. U.S.

  • One hardly needs to ask al-Qaeda (and al-Qaedaesque) operatives what they think they are doing in their suicide attacks. The pronouncements and writings of Osama bin Laden and Abu Mus’ab al-Zarqawi make it abundantly clear that they believe they are engaging in a legitimate jihad. Never mind that they break cardinal rules of jihad as laid out in the Qur’an and the lawbooks of Islam. Never mind that they confuse basic distinctions, such as the one between combatants and civilians, and between suicide and martyrdom. … The truth of the matter, however, is that they are engaged in the very behavior that the Qur’an and Prophet came to combat: tribalism. Despite protestations to the contrary, Al-Qaeda and similarly-minded groups are engaged in no more than the old-fashioned tribal warfare, the hallmark of jahiliyya.





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