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FAKE STORY
Saudi Cleric DID NOT SAY
A Hungry Man
Can Eat His Wife

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The headline reads: Saudi Cleric Issues Fatwa -

"Allows Husbands to EAT Wives if They're Very Hungry"

ISLAM NEWSROOM REPORTS: The top religious scholar and mufti for Saudi Arabi, clearly denies the reports alleging he issued a fatwa telling husbands they can eat their wives if they are hungry enough. -- This should not even be a question!Fatwa LIE_04

Quote from Yusuf Estes (our senior consultant): "Sheikh Abdulaziz Al Sheikh (the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia), whom I do know personally, is to be trusted in what he says about Islam's teachings - and what he says about these liars are saying to make fitnah for Muslims everywhere."

Here's what is reported that Sheikh Al-Sheikh says about this false accusation:

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Saudi Arabian grand mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah was claimed to have said the ruling showed the "sacrifice of women and obedience to her husband".

The reports said the fatwa allowed a man to eat his wife's body parts if he is suffering from "severe hunger".

However, in a statement released via the Saudi Press Agency on behalf of the Grand Mufti the cleric said: "The fatwa attributed to us is wrong.

"It is nothing but lies ... It has been circulated to distort the image of Islam, which has elevated and granted a dignified status to men and women without exceptions."

Reports of the alleged fatwa circulated the world’s news sites before the religious authorities issued the denial.

Khalid ben Abdel-Rahman El-Shaye, assistant secretary general of the Global Commission for Introducing the Messenger, affiliating to the Muslim World League, said:

"The truth is that this is fabricated and made up from its basis. These ill thoughts cannot come from any Muslim, regardless of a great scholar who Muslims refer to from around the world."

"It was made up to create this confusion and damage."

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#5 luisito jacang 2015-04-26 13:10
I have'nt read or heard any teaching about islam regarding this fatwa, If God don't say anything about it in the Holy Qur'an or in the sunnah or tradition and hadith, saying of the prophet Mohammad (SAW), how can you beleived that, it is all lies.
#4 Narida 2015-04-26 11:36
Ya Allah to what lengths will these Islamophobes go to discredit Islam? Funny thing no matter what they day or do Allah will protect HIS deep.... May Allah guide them to the Haq.

No Muslim would believe such nonsense in the first place.
#3 Sirajuddeen Jibia 2015-04-26 10:16
Alhamdulillah. I feel relieved.
#2 Moshir khan shabbir 2015-04-26 08:38
ALLAHU AKBER,,,,,THESE DAYS NON BELIVERS ARE MAKING FITNA??
#1 Wahid Sidiqi 2015-04-25 21:27
WE KNEW IT FROM TH FIRST DAY IT WAS NOT HIS STATEMENT ALL TH NONBELIVERS R UNITED TO HURT ISLAM N MUSLIMS FROM ALL TH SIDE ...MAY CURSE OF ALLAH B UPONE TH LIERS

EDITOR: Please do not curse people - They just don't know the real truth yet. Let's make dua for them to be guided by Allah, inshallah.

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