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No Jannah (heaven) for Islamic State jihadis: Over 100 Sunni clerics write open letter to ‘Caliph’ Al-Baghdadi


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Executive Summary (for the full version, please use the links above)

1- It is forbidden in Islam to issue fatwas without all the necessary learning requirements. Even then fatwas must follow Islamic legal theory as defined in the Classical texts. It is also forbidden to cite a portion of a verse from the Qur’an—or part of a verse—to derive a ruling without looking at everything that the Qur’an and Hadith teach related to that matter. In other words, there are strict subjective and objective prerequisites for fatwas, and one cannot ‘cherry-pick’ Qur’anic verses for legal arguments without considering the entire Qur’an and Hadith.

2- It is forbidden in Islam to issue legal rulings about anything without mastery of the Arabic language.

3- It is forbidden in Islam to oversimplify Shari’ah matters and ignore established Islamic sciences.

4- It is permissible in Islam [for scholars] to differ on any matter, except those fundamentals of religion that all Muslims must know.

5- It is forbidden in Islam to ignore the reality of contemporary times when deriving legal rulings.

6- It is forbidden in Islam to kill the innocent.

7- It is forbidden in Islam to kill emissaries, ambassadors, and diplomats; hence it is forbidden to kill journalists and aid workers.

8- Jihad in Islam is defensive war. It is not permissible without the right cause, the right purpose and without the right rules of conduct.

9- It is forbidden in Islam to declare people non-Muslim unless he (or she) openly declares disbelief.

10- It is forbidden in Islam to harm or mistreat—in any way—Christians or any ‘People of the Scripture’.

11- It is obligatory to consider Yazidis as People of the Scripture.

12- The re-introduction of slavery is forbidden in Islam. It was abolished by universal consensus.

13- It is forbidden in Islam to force people to convert.

14- It is forbidden in Islam to deny women their rights.

15- It is forbidden in Islam to deny children their rights.

16- It is forbidden in Islam to enact legal punishments (hudud) without following the correct procedures that ensure justice and mercy.

17- It is forbidden in Islam to torture people.

18- It is forbidden in Islam to disfigure the dead.

19- It is forbidden in Islam to attribute evil acts to God.

20- It is forbidden in Islam to destroy the graves and shrines of Prophets and Companions.

21- Armed insurrection is forbidden in Islam for any reason other than clear disbelief by the ruler and not allowing people to pray.

22- It is forbidden in Islam to declare a caliphate without consensus from all Muslims.

23- Loyalty to one’s nation is permissible in Islam.

24- After the death of the Prophet, Islam does not require anyone to emigrate anywhere.

In the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful Praise be to God, Lord of the Worlds, Peace and Blessings be upon the Seal of the Prophets and Messengers

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List of Signatories
(in alphabetical order)

1.  HE the Sultan Muhammad Sa’ad Ababakar
The Sultan of Sokoto, Head of the Nigerian National Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs

2.  Prof. Abdul-Rahman Abbad
Prof. of Islamic Studies at the College of Al-Qur’an Al-Karim, and Secretary of the Body of Scholars and Preachers, Jerusalem

3.  Mr. Omar Abboud
Secretary-General of the Institute for Interreligious Dialogue, Buenos Aires, Argentina

4. Prof. Salim Abdul-Jalil
Former Undersecretary for da’wah at the Awqaf Ministry, and Professor of Islamic Civilization at Misr University for Science & Technology, Egypt

5. Sheikh Wahid Abdul-Jawad
Fatwa Council (Dar al-Ifta’), Egypt

6. Dr. Mustafa Abdul-Kareem
Fatwa Council (Dar al-Ifta’), Egypt

7. Prof. Ibrahim Abdul-Rahim
Professor of Shari’ah, Dar al-Ulum College, Cairo University, Egypt

8. Prof. Jafar Abdul-Salam
Secretary-General of the League of Islamic Universities and Prof. of International Humanitarian Law, Egypt

9. HE Dr. Sheikh Hussain Hasan Abkar
Chairman of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs and Imam of the Muslims in the Republic of Chad, Chad

10. HE Prince Judge Bola AbdulJabbar Ajibola
Islamic Mission for Africa (IMA) and Founder of Crescent University, Nigeria

11. HE Prof. Sheikh Shawqi Allam
The Grand Mufti of Egypt, Egypt

12. Prof. Sheikh Abdul Nasser Abu Al-Basal
Professor at Yarmouk University, Jordan

13. Prof. Mohammad Mahmoud Abu-Hashem
Vice-President of Al-Azhar University and member of the Centre for Islamic Research at Al-Azhar Al-Sharif, Egypt

14. HE Prof. Sheikh Mustafa Cagrici
Former Mufti of Istanbul, Turkey

15. Sheikh Mohammad Ahmad Al-Akwa’
Senior Sunni Scholar, Yemen

16. Prof. Mohammad Al-Amir
Dean of the Faculty of Islamic Studies for Girls, Al-Mansoura University, Egypt

17. Dr. Majdi Ashour
Fatwa Council (Dar al-Ifta’), Egypt

18. Prof. Dr. Abdul-Hai Azab
Dean of the Faculty of Shari’ah and Law, Al-Azhar University, Egypt

19. Azhar Aziz
President of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), USA

20. Prof. Mustafa Abu Sway
The Integral Professorial Chair for the Study of Imam Ghazali’s Work, Jerusalem

21. Prof. Bakr Zaki Awad
Dean of the Faculty of Theology,  Al-Azhar University, Egypt

22. Nihad Awad
National Executive Director of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), USA

23. Dr. Sheikh Osama Mahmoud Al-Azhari
Islamic Preacher, Egypt

24. Dr. Jamal Badawi
Executive Director of the Fiqh Council of North America, USA

25. Dr. Ihsan Bagby
Associate Professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Kentucky, and Council Member of the Fiqh Council of North America, USA

26. Naeem Baig
President of the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), USA

27. Prof. Osman Bakr
International Centre for Islamic Studies, Malaysia

28. Sheikh Abu Bakr Baldi
Head of the African community in Portugal, Portugal

29. Dr. Hatem Bazian
Chairman of American Muslims for Palestine (AMP), USA

30. Dr. Mohammed Bechari
Member of the International Islamic Fiqh Academy, and President of the French National Federation of Muslims, France

31. HE Shaykh Abdallah bin Bayyah
Leading Muslim Scholar and President of the Forum for Promoting Peace in Muslim Societies, Abu Dhabi

32. HRH Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad
Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Royal Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought, Jordan

33. Al-Habib Muhammad Luthfi bin Ali bin Yahya
Islamic Preacher, Indonesia

34. HE Sheikh Dr. Ra’ed Abdullah Budair
Member of the Body of Scholars and Preachers, Jerusalem

35. Dr. Mohammad Abdul Sam’i Budair
Fatwa Council (Dar al-Ifta’), Egypt

36. Dr. Sameer Budinar
Muslim Scholar and Director of the Centre for Humanities and Social Studies, Morocco

37. Dr. Zahid Bukhari
Executive Director of the Center for Islam and Public Policy (CIPP), USA

38. HE Prof. Mustafa C
Former Grand Mufti of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina

39. HE Mr. Ibrahim Chabbouh
Tunisian Scholar, Tunisia

40. Prof. Caner Dagli
Professor of Islamic Studies, USA

41. Prof. Jamal Farouq Al-Daqqaq
Professor at Al-Azhar University, Egypt

42. Seyyed Abdullah Fadaaq
Islamic Preacher and Scholar, Saudi Arabia

43. Sheikh Wahid Al-Fasi Al-Fahri
Head of the Federation of Italian Muslims, Italy

44. Prof. Mohammad Nabil Ghanayim
Professor of Shari’ah, Dar al-Ulum College, Cairo University, Egypt

45. Sheikh Dr. Ali Gomaa
Former Grand Mufti of Egypt, Egypt

46. HE Dr. Ahmad Abdul-Aziz Al-Haddad
Head of the Fatwa Department, Dubai, UAE

47. Dr. Abdullah Hafizi
Secretary-General of the International Association for Idrisid Sherifs and their Cousins, Morocco

48. HE Sheikh Mustafa Hajji
The Mufti of Bulgaria, Bulgaria

49. Sheikh Ali Al-Halabi
Author and Islamic Preacher, Jordan

50. Sheikh Hamza Yusuf Hanson
Founder and Director of Zaytuna College, USA

51. Sheikh Farouq Aref Hasan
The Integral Professorial Chair for the Study of Imam Fakhr Al-Din Al-Razi’s Work, Jordan

52. HE Sheikh Ali bin Abdul Rahman Aal Hashem
Advisor to HH the Head of State for Judicial and Religious Affairs, UAE

53. Dr. Ahmad Hassan
Professor of Da’wah and Irshad, Yemen

54. Sheikh Musa Hassan
Secretary-General of Majma’ al-Ummah, Sweden

55. HE Prof. Mohammad Al-Hifnawi
Professor of Usul al-Fiqh at the Faculty of Shari’ah and Law at Al-Azhar University, Tanta branch, Egypt

56. Prof. Sami Hilal
Dean of the College of the Holy Qur’an, Tanta University, Egypt

57. Prof. Sa’d al-Din Al-Hilali
Head of the Department of Comparative Jurisprudence at Al-Azhar University, Egypt

58. Ed Husain
Senior Fellow in Middle Eastern Studies, (CFR), UK

59. Imam Monawar Hussain
Founder of the Oxford Foundation, UK

60. HE Sheikh Muhammad Ahmad Hussein
Mufti of Jerusalem and All Palestine, Palestine

61. HE Sheikh Ibrahim Saleh Al-Husseini
Head of the Supreme Council for Fatwa and Islamic Affairs, Nigeria

62. Dr. Jabri Ibrahim
Head of the Preaching and Guidance Department at the Yemeni Awqaf Ministry, Yemen

63. Dr. Khaled Imran
Fatwa Council (Dar al-Ifta’), Egypt

64. Prof. Salah al-Din Al-Ja’farawi
Assistant Secretary-General of the European Islamic Conference, Consultant for the Ibn Sina Institute in France , and Consultant to the Muhammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum Charitable Foundation, Germany

65. Dr. Omar Jah
Head of the Sheikh Abdullah Jah Charity Foundation, Gambia

66. Oussama Jammal
Secretary-General of the U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), USA

67. Sheikh Muqbil Al-Kadhi
Islamic Preacher, Yemen

68. Prof. Muhammad Hashem Kamali
Founding Chairman and CEO of the International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies, Afghanistan

69. Prof. Enes Karic
Bosnian Scholar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

70. Yusuf  Z. Kavakci
Prof. Dr. (Emeritus), USA

71. Sheikh Ahmad Wisam Khadhr
Fatwa Council (Dar al-Ifta’), Egypt

72. Sheikh Muhammad Wisam Khadhr
Fatwa Council (Dar al-Ifta’), Egypt

73. Sheikh Abdul-Majeed Khayroun
Union of Mosques, the Netherlands

74. Sheikh Mohammad Yahya Al-Kittani
Preacher & Imam, Egypt

75. Sheikh Dr. Mohammad Al-Kumein
Professor of Da’wah, Yemen

76. Sheikh Amr Mohamed Helmi Khaled
Islamic Preacher and Founder and President of the Right Start Global Foundation, Egypt

77. Prof. Judge Maher Alyan Khudair
Supreme Shari’ah Court Judge and member of the Body of Scholars and Preachers in Jerusalem, Palestine

78. Shaykh Prof. Ahmad Al-Kubaisi
Founder of the ‘Ulema Association, Iraq

79. Prof. Joseph E. B. Lumbard
Professor at Brandeis University, USA

80. HE Sheikh Mahmood As’ad Madani
Secretary-General of Jamiat Ulema-i-Hind, India

81. Prof. Dr. Abdul Hamid Madkour
Professor of Islamic Philosophy, Dar al-Ulum College, Cairo University, Egypt

82. Sheik Mohamed Magid
ADAMS Center, USA

83. Prof. Mohammad Mukhtar Al-Mahdi
Professor of Islamic Studies, Al-Azhar University and President of the Shari’ah Society, Egypt

84. Imam al-Sadiq Al-Mahdi
Chairman of the National Umma Party, Sudan

85. Sheikh Ahmad Mamdouh
Fatwa Council (Dar al-Ifta’), Egypt

86. Prof. Bashar Awad Marouf
Iraqi Scholar, Author and Historian, Iraq

87. Mr. Bakkay Marzouq
French National Federation of Muslims, France

88. Sheikh Moez Masoud
Islamic Preacher, Egypt

89. Prof. Mohammad Abdul Samad Muhanna
Advisor to the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Al-Sharif, Egypt

90. Sheikh Mukhtar Muhsen
Fatwa Council (Dar al-Ifta’), Egypt

91. Professor Fathi Awad Al-Mulla
Pundit and consultant for the Association of Islamic Universities, Egypt

92. Sheikh Hussein Al-Obeidi
Sheikh of the Al-Zaytuna Grand Mosque, Tunisia

93. Dr. Yasir Qadhi
Professor of Islamic Studies, Rhodes College, USA

94. Dr. Muhammad Tahir Al-Qadri
Founder of Minhaj-ul-Qur’an International, Pakistan

95. Sheikh Mohammad Hasan Qarib-Allah
Muslim Scholar, Sudan

96. Mr. Abdul Hadi Al-Qasabi
Grand Sheikh of the Sufi Tariqahs in Egypt, Egypt

97. Prof. Saif Rajab Qazamil
Professor of Comparative Jurisprudence, Al-Azhar University, Egypt

98. Sheikh Faraz Rabbani
Islamic Scholar and Founder of SeekersGuidance, Canada

99. Sheikh Ashraf Sa’ad
Muslim Scholar, Egypt

100. Sheikh Dr. Hmoud Al-Sa’idi
Islamic Preacher and Undersecretary at the Yemeni Ministry of Awqaf, Yemen

101. Sheikh Hasan Al-Sheikh
Head of Religious Affairs at the Salah Mosque, the largest mosque in Yemen, Yemen

102. Sheikh Mahmoud Al-Sharif
Head of the Association of Sherifs in Egypt, Egypt

103. HE Sheikh Abdullah Al-Sheikh Sae’eed
Head of the Association of Islamic Scholars in Kurdistan, Kurdistan

104. Dr. Mohamad Adam El Sheikh
Executive Director of the Fiqh Council of North America, USA

105. Dr. Mohammad Sammak
Secretary-General of the National Committee for Christian-Muslim Dialogue, Lebanon

106. Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Shah
Secretary General of the Fiqh Council of America, USA

107. Prof. Ismail Abdul-Nabi Shaheen
Vice President Al-Azhar University and Deputy Secretary-General of the League of Islamic Universities, Egypt

108. Dr. Omar Shahin
Secretary General of the North American Imam Federation, USA

109. Imam Talib M. Shareef
President of the Nation’s Mosque, Masjid Muhammad, USA

110. Dr. Ahmad Shqeirat
Member of the North American Imams Federation, USA

111. Dr. Muzammil Siddiqi
Chairman of the Fiqh Council of North America, USA

112. Dr. Muddassir H. Siddiqui
Council Member of the Fiqh Council of North America, USA

113. Prof. Nabil Al-Smalouti
Professor of Sociology and former Dean of the Department of Humanities, Al-Azhar University, Egypt

114. HE Prof. M. Din Syamsuddin
President of Muhammadiyah, and Chairman of the Indonesian Council of Ulama, Indonesia

115. Dr. Mohammad Tallabi
Muslim Scholar and leader in the Tawhid and Islah Movement, Morocco

116. Eng. Salmann Tamimi
Founder of the Muslim Association of Iceland, Iceland

117. HE Sheikh Na’im Ternava
The Mufti Kosovo, Kosovo

118. Dr.  Muhammad Suheyl Umar
Director of Iqbal Academy, Pakistan

119. Mr. Mohammad Wadgiri
Head of the Muslim community in Belgium, Belgium

120. HE Dato’ Wan Zahidi bin Wan Teh
Former Mufti of Malaysia’s Federal Territories , Malaysia

121. Dr. Amr Wardani
Fatwa Council (Dar al-Ifta’), Egypt

122. HE Prof. Muhammad Al-Mukhtar Wuld-Abah
President of Chinguitt Modern University, Mauritania

123. Sheikh Muhammad Al-Yacoubi
Islamic Preacher, Syria

124. Sheikh Mohammad Mustafa Al-Fakki Al-Yaqouti
Minister of State in the Sudanese Ministry of Awqaf, Sudan

125. HE Sheikh Muhammad Sadiq Muhammad Yusuf
Former Grand Mufti of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan

126. Prof. Zaki Zaidan
Professor of Shari’ah, Faculty of Law, Tanta University, Egypt

 

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4 thoughts on “No Jannah (heaven) for Islamic State jihadis: Over 100 Sunni clerics write open letter to ‘Caliph’ Al-Baghdadi

  1. The letter above does not in it self actually say “hey isis leader, you did ‘X’ and it was bad that you did this” it’s just a list of rules that can be weakly interpreted or used eg.

    1- It is forbidden in Islam to issue fatwas without all the necessary learning requirements. Even then fatwas must follow Islamic legal theory as defined in the Classical texts. It is also forbidden to cite a portion of a verse from the Qur’an—or part of a verse—to derive a ruling without looking at everything that the Qur’an and Hadith teach related to that matter. In other words, there are strict subjective and objective prerequisites for fatwas, and one cannot ‘cherry- pick’ Qur’anic verses for legal arguments without considering the entire Qur’an and Hadith.

    –But as you are acting just like Mohamed, well done, we won’t tell the westerners

    2- It is forbidden in Islam to issue legal rulings about anything without mastery of the Arabic language.

    –Glad you speak Arabic

    3- It is forbidden in Islam to oversimplify Shari’ah matters and ignore established Islamic sciences.

    –Sharia has been around for 1400 years your doing it bang on! Just remember the small details, left foot first when going to the loo, gays thrown from high places etc

    4- It is permissible in Islam [for scholars] to differ on any matter, except those fundamentals of religion that all Muslims must know.

    –So follow the verse of the sword as you have been, all it well

    5- It is forbidden in Islam to ignore the reality of contemporary times when deriving legal rulings.

    –So remember all non Muslims are sinners and must be killed in the way of allah, as you have been doing

    6- It is forbidden in Islam to kill the innocent.

    –But being anything other than fanatic Muslim means you are guilty

    The list is useless, not a condemnation at all, more like supporting guidelines for what they are doing

    -in the next letter this bunch of deceiver sissies issue, it would be nice to see a list of atrocities committed by isis, refered to as atrocities by isis, and condemned as atrocities by isis and a clear denouncement against isis, rather than a vapid list of general nonsense aimed at no-one in particular (at best) or a check list of going about things you (isis) are actually doing (ie. Murder, war crimes etc) at worst
    -once you realise this letter has no condemnation attached, you also realise there are a lot of signatory scholars giving their general approval to isis

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  2. It is (also) a bullshit: “It is forbidden in Islam to declare a caliphate without consensus from all Muslims.” Caliphates and caliphs always emerged with force…”consensus for all moslems”…hahhaha…it is a joke

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