Fiqh Council, Imams, Islamic Centers Speak Out - But Who Hears Their Voices?

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Imams, Islamic Centers & Organizations
Speak Out Clear - But...

Why Can't We Hear Imams Speak on Terror?


They Do! But We Don't Them on Fox or CNN
~ See for Yourself ~
Why We Need Our Voice in America

[PLEASE - FOR THE SAKE OF ISLAM - READ - RATE - FORWARD & COMMENT- at the end]

ISLAM NEWSROOM - UPDATE MAY 4, 2015

Imams everywhere have been speaking against terrorism - all along [Read the List Below]
The real problem is 
American Media Won't Let Their Voices Be Heard

Yusuf Estes is one of those speaking against all types of terrorism he has heard many Muslim leaders condemn all acts of terror and violence. He says...Read MoreRead More

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Here is one of many documents published in the last six years where Muslim leaders, Imams, Sheiks and teachers of Islam have all spoken out and even signed these documents - in public - hoping the people will know the truth of Islam:

In the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful
U.S. MUSLIM RELIGIOUS COUNCIL ISSUES FATWA AGAINST TERRORISM


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The Fiqh Council of North America wishes to reaffirm Islam's absolute condemnation of terrorism and religious extremism.

Islam strictly condemns religious extremism and the use of violence against innocent lives.

There is no justification in Islam for extremism or terrorism. Targeting civilians’ life and property through suicide bombings or any other method of attack is haram – or forbidden - and those who commit these barbaric acts are criminals, not “martyrs.”

The Qur’an, Islam’s revealed text, states: "Whoever kills a person [unjustly]…it is as though he has killed all mankind. And whoever saves a life, it is as though he had saved all mankind."

(Qur’an, 5:32)

Prophet Muhammad said there is no excuse for committing unjust acts: "Do not be people without minds of your own, saying that if others treat you well you will treat them well, and that if they do wrong you will do wrong to them. Instead, accustom yourselves to do good if people do good and not to do wrong (even) if they do evil." (Al-Tirmidhi)

God mandates moderation in faith and in all aspects of life when He states in the Qur’an: “We made you to be a community of the middle way, so that (with the example of your lives) you might bear witness to the truth before all mankind.” (Qur’an, 2:143)

In another verse, God explains our duties as human beings when he says “Let there arise from among you a band of people who invite to righteousness, and enjoin good and forbid evil.” (Qur’an, 3:104)

Islam teaches us to act in a caring manner to all of God's creation. The Prophet Muhammad, who is described in the Qur’an as “a mercy to the worlds” said: “All creation is the family of God, and the person most beloved by God (is the one) who is kind and caring toward His family."

In the light of the teachings of the Qur’an and Sunnah we clearly and strongly state:

1. All acts of terrorism targeting civilians are haram (forbidden) in Islam.

2. It is haram for a Muslim to cooperate with any individual or group that is involved in any act of terrorism or violence.

3. It is the civic and religious duty of Muslims to cooperate with law enforcement authorities to protect the lives of all civilians.

We issue this fatwa following the guidance of our scripture, the Qur’an, and the teachings of our Prophet Muhammad – peace be upon him. We urge all people to resolve all conflicts in just and peaceful manners.

We pray for the defeat of extremism and terrorism. We pray for the safety and security of our ountry, the United States, and its people. We pray for the safety and security of all inhabitants of our planet. We pray that interfaith harmony and cooperation prevail both in the United States and all around the globe.

FIQH COUNCIL OF NORTH AMERICA July 28, 2005
MEMBERS OF THE FIQH COUNCIL OF NORTH AMERICA

  • Dr. Muzammil H. Siddiqi, Chairman
  • Dr. Deina Abdulkadir
  • Shaikh Muhammad Nur Abdallah
  • Dr. Taha Jabir Alalwani
  • Shaikh Muhammad Al-Hanooti
  • Shaikhah Zainab Alwani
  • Dr. Jamal Badawi
  • Dr. Ihsan Bagby
  • Dr. Nazih Hammad
  • Shaikh Yahya Hindi
  • Dr. Abdul Hakim Jackson
  • Dr. Mukhtar Maghraoui
  • Dr. Akbar Muhammad
  • Shaikh Hassan Qazwini
  • Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Shah
  • Dr. Muhammad Adam Sheikh
  • Dr. Ahmad Shleibak
  • Dr. Salah Soltan

344 Muslim organizations, mosques and imams have endorsed the preceding fatwa as of July 28, 2005 (see below). More signatory organizations are to be added in the following days. To add your American Muslim organization to the list, please email your name, title, and affiliation to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

ENDORSED BY THE FOLLOWING NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)

Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)

Muslim American Society (MAS)

Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC)

Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA)

Mosque Cares, Imam W D Muhammad

Muslim Student Association of the US & Canada (MSA)

Association of Muslim Social Scientists

American Federation of Muslims of Indian Origin

American Muslim Alliance

Association of Muslim Scientists and Engineers

Bridge To Faith Foundation, Washington, D.C.

Canadian Council on American-Islamic Relations

Council of Shia Muslim Scholars of North America

Guide US TV - Khadijah Andrew

Islamic Networks Group & Affiliates

Islamic Resource Group

Islamic Schools League of America

Islamic Sharia Advisory Institute of North America

Kashmiri American Council

Latino American Dawah Organization

Minaret of Freedom Institute

Muslim Ummah of North America

Project Islamic HOPE

Share Islam - Yusuf Estes

United Muslims of America

USA Halal Chamber of Commerce, Inc & The Islamic Center for Halal Certification

ENDORSED BY THE FOLLOWING MOSQUES AND ISLAMIC CENTERS

Afghan Cultural Center

Al Nur Islamic Center

Al Nur Islamic Center, Rashid Ahmed, Director

Albanian Islamic Center, Shuaib Gerguri, Imam

Al-Fatiha Islamic Center

Al-Huda Islamic Center, Hisham Ahmed, Imam

All Dulles Area Muslim Society, Mohamed Magid, Imam

Al-Mu'minun Islamic Center, Samuel Ansari

Alvin Masjid

American Islamic Academy, Shaykh Al-Tayyab

American Islamic Organization, Afzal Ahmad, Chairman

American Moslem Mission,

American Moslem Society, Mahdi Ali, Imam

American Muslim Society of the Tristate Area

American Muslim Voice

As Salaam Islamic Center of Raleigh, Oliver S. Mohammed, Imam

Assadiq Foundation

Assadiq Islamic Educational Foundation, Sayed Mohammad Jawad Qazwini, Imam

Auburn Islamic Center, Mark Hamza Dougherty, President

Azzahrah Islamic Ctr.

Bay County Islamic Society Inc, Hashem Mubrak,

Baytown Masjid

Bear Creek Masjid

Bell Islamic & Cultural Center

Belleville Mosque and Islamic Education Center, Dr. Abdul W. Kazi,

Bilal Islamic Center

Blossom Valley Muslim Community Center, Allaedin Ezzedin, Imam

Bob ul Ilm Islamic Center

Bosnian-American Islamic Center, Mirsad Hassecic, Imam

Boston Dialogue Foundation New Mosque, Salih Yucel, Imam

Campus Mosque of Scranton, Imam

Canton Masjid, Ali S. Ali

Cham American Muslim Com.

Champions Masjid

Cincinnati Islamic Center, Ilyas Nashid, Imam

Concerned Muslims of Annapolis

Concerned Muslims of Greater Cleveland (CMGC)

Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago, Abdul Malik Mujahid, Imam

Council of Masajid, Cleveland

Daar-ul-Islam Masjid, Muhammad Nur Abdallah

Dalton Islamic Center, Hammad El-Ameen, President

Dar Almanar, Fouad Reda, President

Dar Al-Uloom Al-Islamia

Dar Al-Uloom Flahidarin

Darassalam, Mohammed M. Safa

Darul Uloom of Los Angeles

Des Plaines Islamic Center

Des Plaines Islamic Center

Discover Islam Foundation, Muhammad Quadir,

Downtown Islamic Center

Downtown Islamic Center

Elmhurst Islamic Center, Riaz Ahmad, Mufti

Ershad Institute

First Cleveland Mosque, Abbas Ahmad, Imam

Five Pillars Center

Foundation for Islamic Education, Sheikh Mustafa Ahmad

Fox Valley Islamic Society, Delwar Mian, Secretary

Fullerton Mosque

Greenway Islamic Center, Didmar Faja

Heartland Muslim Women's Network, Maisha Liwaru, President

Hemet Masjid

Hidaya Foundation

High Desert Islamic Center

Howard County Muslim Council, Anwer Hasan, President

Huseini Mousque

I.A.I. Sheik Yusuf Estes, Washington, DC & Falls Church, Virginia

I.M.A.N

Imperial Valley Islamic Center

Indian Muslim Relief & Charities

Indo Chinese Muslim Relief Association

IntraCity Muslim Action Network (IMAN), Ohio

Islam Tomorrow Project of Falls Church, Virginia - Yusuf Estes

Islamic Association of Carrollton, Azhar Azeez, Secretary General

Islamic Association of Cary, Shakil Ahmed

Islamic Association of Central Florida, Dr. Zafer Sabawi, Imam

Islamic Association of Greater Shreveport, Sayed Jumaa Salam

Islamic Association of Kokomo

Islamic Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Riaz Hussain, Treasurer

Islamic Association of West Virginia, Mohamad Jamal Daoudi, Imam

Islamic Center Inland Valley

Islamic Center of America, Sayed Hassan Al-Qazwini, Imam

Islamic Center of Blacksburg

Islamic Center of Boca Raton, Jalal Khan, Imam

Islamic Center of Calremont

Islamic Center of Canejo Valley

Islamic Center of Cape Girardeau, Shafiq Malik, Imam

Islamic Center of Carbondale, Muhammad Kamran, President

Islamic Center of Cleveland, Fawaz Damra, Imam

Islamic Center of Contra Costa, Abdul Quddus Saleh, Imam

Islamic Center of Cypress

Islamic Center of Des Moines, Ibrahim Dremali, Imam

Islamic Center of El Paso, Yaser Birjas Issa, Imam

Islamic Center of Fremont, Mubashir Ahmed, President

Islamic Center of Granada Hills

Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati, Saleem Foad, Director of Education

Islamic Center of Greater Toledo, Farooq S. Aboelzahab, Imam

Islamic Center of Hawthorne

Islamic Center of Inland Empire

Islamic Center of Little Rock, Islam Mossaad, Imam

Islamic Center of Marietta, Amjad Taufique, President

Islamic Center of Maryland, Amin Ezzeddine, Imam

Islamic Center of Moreno Valley

Islamic Center of Morgantown, Diaa Eldin M. Nassar, General Secretary

Islamic Center of New England, Talal Eid, Imam

Islamic Center of New Mexico, Isam Rajab, Imam

Islamic Center of North County

Islamic Center of North Ridge

Islamic Center of Northeast Florida, Zaid Malik, Imam

Islamic Center of Oakland

Islamic Center of Old Bridge, Alvi Fakhruddin, Imam

Islamic Center of Omaha, Dr. Ahmad Az-Zaare, Imam

Islamic Center of Passaic County, Mohammad Qatanani, Imam

Islamic Center of Pleasanton/Dublin

Islamic Center of Pomona

Islamic Center of Pomona

Islamic Center of Portland, Samir Horani, Board Member

Islamic Center of the Quad Cities, Julie Abdel-Fattah, Dir. Public Relations

Islamic Center of Raleigh, Mohammed Bainonie, Imam

Islamic Center Of Reseda, Ali Shakoor, Imam

Islamic Center of Rialto

Islamic Center of Riverside, Mohammad Ashrif, Chairman of the Board

Islamic Center of San Deigo

Islamic Center of San Gabriel Valley

Islamic Center of Santa Claria Valley

Islamic Center of Somerset, Husein Turki

Islamic Center of South Florida, Hassan Sabri, Imam

Islamic Center of Southern California, Jamil Momand, Chairman

Islamic Center of Stockton

Islamic Center of Tampa, Ziad Taha, Director

Islamic Center Of Temecula

Islamic Center of Temecula Valley, Imam Mahmoud Harmoush

Islamic Center of Topeka, Imam Omar Hazim

Islamic Center of Virginia, Shaheed Coovadia, Imam

Islamic Center South Bay

Islamic Center. of Mid City

Islamic Council of Ohio, Sohail Khan, Secretary

Islamic Cultural Center of Eugene (Oregon), Dr. Tammam Adi, Director

Islamic Cultural Center of Illinois

Islamic Education & Services Institute, Abdoulrahman Kattih, Director

Islamic Education Center, Ahmad Bahriny, Imam

Islamic Education Center, Dr. Ahmad Sakr, Director

Islamic Educational Center of North Hudson, Mohamed Alhayek, Imam

Islamic Educational Center of Orange County

Islamic Education Foundation, Animar M Daghestani, Teacher

Islamic Foundation of America, Mohammad M. Billah, President

Islamic Foundation of Central Ohio, Siraj Haji

Islamic Foundation of Chicago

Islamic Foundation of Chicago, IL

Islamic Foundation of Peoria, Muhammad F. Malik, Secretary

Islamic Foundation of South Florida, Rashid Ahmad, Imam

Islamic House of Wisdom, Imam Mohammad Ali Elahi

Islamic Jaffaria Association, Mohamed Banglori, Imam

Islamic Learning and Practicing, Dr. Misbah Eldereiny

Islamic Mosque of Cleveland (Masjid al-Islam)

Islamic Movement of Florida, Moneer Khan, Imam

Islamic of Northern Valley

Islamic School of Greater Kansas City, Fadi Banyalmarjeh, Chairman

Islamic Shura Council of Southern California, Shakeel Syed, Executive Director

Islamic Society of Norco/Corona

Islamic Society of Akron and Kent

Islamic Society of Annapolis, Mohammad Arrafa, Imam

Islamic Society of Baltimore, Abid Husain, General Secretary

Islamic Society of Boston, Shaykh Besyouni Nehela

Islamic Society of California

Islamic Society of Central Florida, Mohammed al Masri, Imam

Islamic Society of East Bay, Dr. Mohamed Rajabally

Islamic Society of Essex County, Ismail Elshikh, Imam

Islamic Society of Greater Columbus, Dr. M. N. Tarazi, President

Islamic Society of Greater Houston, Rodwan M. Saleh, President

Islamic Society of Greater Kansas City, Shahir Safi, President

Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City, Imad Enchassi, Imam

Islamic Society of Greater Portland, Zafar Hassan, Board Member

Islamic Society of Greater Valley Forge

Islamic Society of Michiana, Mohammed Sirajuddin, Imam

Islamic Society of Milwaukee, Ahmed Quereshi, Secretary

Islamic Society of Orange County, Ismail Majoo, President

Islamic Society of Palm Springs

Islamic Society of Pinellas County, Haitham Barazangi, Imam

Islamic Society of Salt Lake City, Ali Mohammed, Imam

Islamic Society of San Fransisco, Souleiman Ghali, President

Islamic Society of San Luis Obispo County, Hisham Assal, President

Islamic Society of Santa Barbra

Islamic Society of Schuylkill County, Shiraz Mansoor, Imam

Islamic Society of Tampa Bay Area, Muhammad Sultan, Imam

Islamic Society of the Coachella Valley, T. Themam Wassil, Imam

Islamic Society of Washington Area, Faizul Khan, Imam

Islamic Society of Wichita Falls, Abdullah Shamsid-Deen, Director

Jafaria Islamic Center

Jamat Masjid Ul-Islam Inc

Jumaa’atu Masjidul-Muminiin Inc., L.M. Martin, Imam

Kalamazoo Islamic Center, Tariq Jameel, President

Karbala Islamic Educational Center, Hisham Al-Hussany

King Fahad Mosque

Long Beach Islamic Center, Tarek Mohamed

Makki Masjid, Amaan Bhim, President

Masjid AbuBakr AlSiddique, Abdur Rahman Bashir, Imam

Masjid Al Heyder, Hafiz Inayadullah

Masjid Al- Madina Al-Munawar

Masjid Al Muminun, Furqan Muhammad, Imam

Masjid Al-Ansar

Masjid Al-Ansar, Nasir Ahmad, Imam

Masjid Al-Faizal, Roshan Ali, Imam

Masjid Alfalah

Masjid Al-Falah, Abdul Latif Azom, Imam

Masjid Al-Haqq, Luqman Al-Amin, Imam

Masjid Al-Hijrah, Kamruz Hosein

Masjid Al-Ihsan, Tarik Chebbi, Imam

Masjid Al-Ikhlas, Tauheed Rashad, Imam

Masjid Al-Ittihaad

Masjid Al-Kauthar, Rudolph Ali, Imam

Masjid Al-Momin

Masjid Al-Nahl , Rashad Mujahid, Imam

Masjid Al-Noor

Masjid Al-Noor, Danish Siddiqui, President

Masjid Al-Qudoos

Masjid Al-Rashid

Masjid Al-Rasul, Mujahid Abdul-Karim, Imam

Masjid Al-Salaam

Masjid Al-Sharif

Masjid Al-Taqwa

Masjid Al-Taqwa, Abdul Karim Salih, Imam

Masjid An-noor

Masjid An-Noor, Mohamed Zakaria Badat, Imam

Masjid Annour Islamic Community, Mohammad Afzaluddin, Imam

Masjid Ar-Ribat Al-Islami

Masjid Bilal Ibn- Rabah

Masjid Centralia, Dr. Zahir Ansari

Masjid Dalal

Masjid Dalal, Clyde Rahman, Imam

Masjid Darul Huda, Abdul Hameed, Director

Masjid Dar-ul-Argum

Masjid Gibreal

Masjid Hamza

Masjid Ibadullah

Masjid Iman Bukhari

Masjid Jama Al Mumineen, Khalil Hussain, Imam

Masjid Jihad, Imam Maajid Faheem Ali

Masjid Mohammed, Said Mohammed

Masjid Mumineen

Masjid Muttaqeen, Usman Rahman

Masjid of Anteloap Valley

Masjid of Irvine

Masjid of Long Beach

Masjid Omar

Masjid Omar Al Farouk

Masjid Omar Ibn-Alkhetab

Masjid Qurtubah

Masjid Saad Foundation, Ziad Abu Hummos, President

Masjid Sahmsuddin, Foad Farahi, Imam

Masjid Taqwa, Imam Abdul-Malik Ali

Masjid Tawheed-Afghan Cultural Center

Masjid Usman

Masjid Wali Muhammad, Gary Al-Kasib, Imam

Masjidullah, Imam Abdul-Wali Muhammad

Mecca Learning Center

Mecca Masjid

Medical Center Musallah

Miami Gardens Masjid, Abdul Hamid Samra, Imam

Mission Bend Masjid

Momin Lodge

Mosque Foundation, Sheikh Kifah Mustapha

Mosque of Sheikh M.R. Bawa Muhaiyaddeen, Muhammad Abdul Lateef Hayden

Mosque of Riverside

Muslim Association of Huntington, Jamil M. Chaudri, Spokesperson

Muslim Association of Lehigh Valley, Mohammad Sadiq Bajwa, President

Muslim Association of Virginia, Rafi Uddin Ahmed, President

Muslim Center of Middlesex County, Abubakr Nadwi

Muslim Children Education & Civic Center, Abdul Wahid

Muslim Community Association of the Peninsula

Muslim Community Association of the San Francisco Bay Area

Muslim Community Center, Azad Ejaz, President

Muslim Community Center of Greater Pittsburg

Muslim Community Center of Greater Pittsburg, Sayed Jafri, President

Muslim Community Center of San Francisco

Muslim Community of the Western Suburbs of Detroit, Sajid Siddiqui, President

Muslim Community of Greater San Diego, Imam Abdur Rahim Khan

Muslim Community of Knoxville, Dr. Mohammad Islam, President

Muslim Community of North East Tennessee, Taneem Aziz, President

Muslim Community of Palm Beach County, Murtaza Kakli, President

Muslim Community Service

Muslim Community Service

Muslim Community Services, Inc., M. Rezar Rahman

Muslim Federation of New Jersey, Saif Ul-Nabi, Qari

Muslim Home Education Alliance, Cherrie J Karima Webb, Director

Muslim Majlis of Staten Island (Masjid Al-Noor), Abdul Rehman, Director

Muslim Youth of Minnesota, Kashif Saroya, President

Muslims Association of Cleveland East (MACE)

Mustafa Center, M. Zia, Imam

New Territory Masjid

North Hollywood Islamic Center

Northshore Masjid

Nur Ul Islam, Roshan Ali, Imam

Omar Mosque, Nimer Judeh

Orange County Islamic Foundation

Palm Beach Mosque, Osman Chowdhury, President

Pearland Musallah

Qur'an Memorization Center

Rhode Island Council for Muslim Advancement, Mamoun Najjar, Outreach Director

S. Jamaludeen Afghan Islamic Center

Salaam Cleveland (Greater Cleveland Muslim Women’s Association)

Salaam in the Ummah (Peace in the Hood), Ohio

San Ramon Valley Islamic Center

Shi'a Islam Student Association, George Mason University, Seyede Katayon Kasmai, Founder

Siddiquia Jamia Masjid, Tariq Khawaja

South Bay Islamic Association, Tahir Anwar, Imam

South Valley Islamic Center, Ilyas Anwar, Imam

South Zone Masjid

Southeast Zone Masjid

Spring Branch Center

Synott Road Masjid

The Islamic Center of Tucson, Mohammed Elfarooqui, Imam

The Muslim Center, Abdullah El-Amin, Imam

The Muslim Community Center, Sheikh Elkheir Elkheir

The Muslim Unity Center, Muhammad Muhammad Musa

United Muslim Association of Toledo, M.Y. Ahmed, President

United Sisterhood, Ohio

Uqbah Mosque Foundation, Ramez Islambouli, President

Vallejo Islamic Center, Mohamed Yunus

Virginia Muslim Political Action Committee

Wilcrest Masjid

Woodlands Masjid

Yaseen Foundation and the Muslim Community Center

Zaytuna Institute, Hamza Yusuf Hanson

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#10 *Haneya 2012-07-11 08:11
Oh My God....Even a Shi'a Mosque is being listed....
#9 *Haneya 2012-07-11 08:10
For crying out loud What Muslim Extremism is being talked about? I hate it when these Western words are used by our own Ulamaa.
#8 Ingram 2012-07-01 14:12
Amir the Israeli, please shut up. It sounds like you\\\'re saying, \\\'Now that Bin Ladin is gone oh Muslims, it\\\'s time to turn a new leaf\\\'. Bin Ladin is one person with his own personal ideas and not any kind of leader to Muslims. As far as Muslims are concerned in general, there is only on side for us to take on Palestine,Quran ic side which says you\\\'re days are numbered in Quds. If you want to discuss something, discuss the thousands of Palestinian detainees be they Muslim or Christian and the disproportionat e force being used on children. This is real terrorism and a crime by the West for tolerating it and covering for your misdeeds out of some misguided guilt for the Holocaust which they, the Christian West perpetrated. Now the Jews are like the molested child who grows up to become a molester of others. Allah promises your day of account in this world and in the next. The new developments in the Muslim world are signs of a new era when the rope of men will be cut for Bani Israel, as I\\\'m sure you know well._
#7 Amir 2011-05-02 06:52
Hello friends__I am Israeli._My name is Amir._I write to you today, as this is the time, for you, to take leadership._Tod ay Osama B. L.finished his life._He was THE terrorist no. 1._He is not, any more, leading terrorism._You, the logic people in the Muslim world, must take this chance in your 2 hands, and navigate the Muslim world differently._Ye s, now is the time. _I can assure you that you will get a lot of support from Israel._All 3 religions came out from the same source. Why should we fight. Fight all life long._The life time is very short. We shorten it, sometimes, by our imagination._No ne set with each other to discuss the Israeli- Arab conflict. Instead, many Moslim countries, like Iran, Indonesia, joined the muslim side._There is no conflict. _Lets talk._Lets write to each other and try to establish/devel op understanding._ You look sensible. I hope that we are such as well._Please lets try???_Lets put little effort to improve this crazy world._Hope to hear from you soon.__Kind regards __In future friendship __Amir_Israel
#6 Carl 2010-11-19 09:40
I would like to know what unjust policies you are talking about. The United States is not perfect, but it has done far more good in this world than bad. And this comment below is way out of line. The American Government did not plan and carry out 9-11, Usama bin Laden admitted to this terror attack. The person that wrote this comment needs to get out of the conspiracy excuse world and put blame where it deserves to be. On the muslim terrorists. ____
#5 Ronald Greene 2010-09-20 09:31
Nowhere did I see Hamas or Hezzbalah mentioned.
Many missles fired at no one except Israelese.
#4 Shamsideen 2010-09-10 08:24
In order to condemn terrorism, we as Muslims often quote beautiful verses from Qur'an and Hadith that condemn it. But, I think where we miss the boat is in the fact that we don't tend to explain the context of verses that deal with war. Several Qur'anic verses are being quoted by non-Muslims in an incomplete way or completely out of context. They quote wartime instructions as though they are to be generalized and used in peacetime--so that there is no peacetime. We need to address that more.
#3 Talha 2010-08-22 07:43
I think that while all the imams condemn the extremism done by fellow Muslims, which is correct, it is as important for them to condemn the extremism done by america and its allies in attacking Afghanistan and Iraq and killing many many innocent Muslims. The extremism done by Muslims is by and large the reaction to the unjust policies of america and its support of Israel in the brutalization of the Palestinian people. Islam calls upon us to condemn all aggression whether done by friend or foe, and to stand against all injustices. Who will stand up to the American government and tell them of the crimes they have done, because afterall they have done more evil than any so-called Muslim AND many of the evils (such as 911) that they claim to have been done by Muslims were their own jobs which they used to frame Muslims and get excuses to attack Muslim lands. So the truth lies in exposing their lies and deception as well!! wallahualam
#2 Marcy 2010-08-19 10:56
The news broadcasting companies are owned by either Jewish community members, big businesses, or the government. Our news is censored so that we get exactly what they want us to get and nothing more. People need to start realizing that there is more information out there, they just have to look for it. Great article, insh'Allah the trail begins here!
#1 Lets get the word out - ISLAM IS AGAINST VIOLENCE & TERROR 2010-08-04 07:29
Tell the world - email this link - copy and paste this info and forward it to everyone you know.

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