Islamic Condemnation of Terrorists, Hijackers and Suicide Bombers (2001)
Posted by Admin on Tuesday, January, 26 2016 and filed under Publications
Key topics: Suicide Bombings

The above images are of a book that was produced in October 2001 with a second, updated and expanded edition in May 2003, by Salafi Publications, Birmingham UK. Consisting of 35 pages (2nd edition), the book contains Prophetic traditions that warn against the Kharijite terrorists (this group was prophesised by Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him), the statements of political figures condemning the terrorists and religious verdicts from scholarly authorities on acts of terrorism in both Muslim and non-Muslim lands. The terrorist ideology of Osama Bin Ladin was also highlighted along with refutations against him by scholars such as Abd al-Aziz bin Baz. Verdicts were presented regarding suicide bombings, hijackings, blowing up cars and what is similar. And finally, advice to Muslims living in non-Muslim countries from the great scholar Muhammad bin Salih al-Uthaymin (which can be found here). The battle against this ideology was fought vehemently throughout the 1990s and 2000s and will be known to anyone who was present on the scene during those years.