Do nothing and make Dua?

Egypt Fatwa

This Fatwa is saying that if we cannot talk in a way that will being about an end to the fighting, if we cannot negotiate peace, then we should stay far away from the fighting, we should not talk about it, and we should talk about only things that would bring good.

When our brothers and sisters are killed in the street we should refrain from talking?

We should refrain from running to protect them?

Is this for real?

“O people, truly Allah says enjoin the good and forbid the evil before you call upon me which means that i don’t answer you and you ask me and i don’t give to you and you seek Victory from me and I do not give you that victory (because you did not enjoin the good and forbid the evil first)

(Ahmad, Ibn Hibban, Bayhaqi)

We have to talk out about evil, as well as making dua, tie our camel then trust in Allah. Islam is a religion of action and practice.

Sometimes it is fardh to speak out https://muslimahdirections.wordpress.com/being-a-muslimah-circles/when-is-gheebah-permitted-fardh-to-speak-161012/

“The master of the martyrs is Hamza ibn Abdul Mattalib, and a man who stands (in front of) an oppressive ruler and enjoins the good and forbids the evil and so is killed for it” The Prophet (SAW) continued to say : ‘By Allah you have to enjoin good (Maroof) and forbid evil (Munkar), and hold against the hand of the unjust ruler (Zalim), and force him on the truth strongly, or you have to limit him to the truth’.

Who is this Sheykh? WHy did he make this fatwa?

He is currently a member of the Permanent Committee for Islamic Research and Fataawa [1], Saudi Arabia’s highest religious body, a member of the Council of Religious Edicts and Research.

He is also the Imam, khateeb and teacher, of Prince Mitaeb Mosque (Prince Mut’ib Ibn ‘Abdul-‘Azeez Masjid), in al-Malzar in Riyadh.

Besides his main role on the Permanent Committee, he is a member of the Council of Senior Scholars, and member of the Fiqh Committee in Makkah (part of ar-Raabitah), and a member of theCommittee for Supervision of the Callers (du’aat) in Hajj.[1]

 

Saudi seems to be supporting the military in Egypt. They are calling the Muslim Brotherhood terrorists. They say the democratically elected government was trying to destable the area!

 

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/08/201381615196784361.html#.Ug7JjNVNZmk.facebook

 

King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia has called on Arabs to stand together against “attempts to destabilise” Egypt.

“The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, its people and government stood and stands by today with its brothers in Egypt against terrorism,” he said in a statement read on state TV on Friday, backing Egypt’s military leadership.

“I call on the honest men of Egypt and the Arab and Muslim nations … to stand as one man and with one heart in the face of attempts to destabilise a country that is at the forefront of Arab and Muslim history,” he added.

He also said that they are confident that Egypt will recover.

Saudi Arabia was a close ally of former president Hosni Mubarak and has historically had a difficult relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood.

It pledged $5 billion in aid to Egypt after Mohamed Morsi of the Brotherhood was ousted from the presidency last month.

Saudi Arabia “has stood and stands with its Egyptian brothers against terrorism, deviance and sedition, and against those who try to interfere in Egypt’s internal affairs… and its legitimate rights in deterring those tampering with and misleading” its people, he said.

 

La howla wa la quwwata illa billah

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Posted on 17/08/2013, in inspirations and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. We must shout for the international outcry all around the world besides making Dua.We have to inform all the people on massacre happening in Muslim countries.

  2. You have raised an important issue about which many Muslim nations are keeping dead silence!
    May Allah reward you abundantly both in this world and in the Hereafter. Aameen.

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