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The General Iftaa` Department Warns against Books Promoting Takfir, Tabdi` and Tadlil
Author : The General Iftaa` Department
Date Added : 14-06-2023

The General Iftaa` Department Warns against Books Promoting Takfir, Tabdi` and Tadlil

 

All perfect praise be to Allah the Lord of the Worlds. May His peace and blessings be upon Prophet Mohammad and upon all his family and companions.

 

The General Iftaa` Department has reviewed some books of Aqida (Islamic Creed) promoted through some competitions aiming at tagging Muslims with Kufr (Disbelief), Tabdi` (Declaring another Muslim to be an innovator), and misguiding the masses of Shlu Sunnah Wal Jama`aah. This leads to spreading the culture of exaggeration in religion, Takfir and subjecting society to the danger of facing those who carry extremist thinking and issuers of irregular Fatwas that contradict with the Prophetic methodology and undermine the constants of society`s security, belief, doctrine and intellectual balance. This is particularly since the Hashemite leadership, direct descendants of the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), has adopted a methodology that rests on moderation and accepting others. These blessed efforts culminated in the Message of Amman, the Message of tolerant Islam, launched by His Majesty King Abdullah II. It aims to adopt moderate thinking that unites the Muslim nation and accepts the other under the umbrella of Islam`s mercy, tolerance and moderation.

 

The Department also confirms rejecting intellectual extremism and strictness and opts for dialoguing and arguing with wisdom and fair preaching, as taught in the Glorious Quran. Allah says {what means}: " Invite (all) to the Way of thy Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching; and argue with them in ways that are best and most gracious: for thy Lord knoweth best, who have strayed from His Path, and who receive guidance." {An-Nahil, 125}.

 

In conclusion, emanating from its national and religious duty, the General Iftaa` Department warns against publishing and circulating such books as they pose a great danger to society and its religious as well as intellectual security. And all perfect praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds.

 

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