KP clerics denounce terrorism in joint fatwa

KP clerics denounce terrorism in joint fatwa

KP clerics denounce terrorism in joint fatwa. Clergy claim that only the head of an Islamic state has the authority to proclaim jihad.

KP clerics denounce terrorism in joint fatwa

Following the termination of the ceasefire with the Tehreek-e-Taliban. Pakistan (TTP), clerics in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) issued a fatwa on Monday condemning terrorists and terrorist acts as terrorism rears its ugly head once more in the nation Seriesmy

KP clerics denounce terrorism from KP’s numerous schools of thought have made a clear statement against. Terrorism and stated that it is haraam (forbidden) in the Shariat to take up arms against the military and police of the state (Islamic law).

These scholars come from a variety of institutions, including Jamia. Darul Uloom Haqqania, Darul Uloom Peshawar, and the Organization of Al Madaris. Which has issued fatwas. In addition, the Ulama Council of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the.

Association of Al-Madaris Al-Arabiya, Rabat Al-Madaris, Association of Al-Madaris Al alafiya, Association of Al-Madaris Al-Shia Association, Jamia Al-Quran Education, have all denounced terrorism.

According to the fatwa issued by the clerics from the area where the majority of the most recent terrorist acts took place in the year prio. Only the leader of the Islamic state has the authority to declare jihad (holy war).

The fatwa stated that not everyone has the right to declare jihad and added that breaking the law is against Shariah. The fatwa further states that rebelling against. Pakistan’s constitution and regulations will result in legal repercussions. That using force against law enforcement and military personnel is against both Sharia and the state.

Resurgence of TTP

The TTP and the government’s June 2022 cease-fire was broken in November of the previous year. Since then, it has claimed dozens of innocent lives, and most lately. It has ratcheted up the ante by launching numerous attacks that resulted in the deaths of a number of people. The National Security Committee (NSC), at a recent meeting, said that no country would.

Prmitted to give shelters and facilitation to terrorists and that. Pakistan reserves all rights to protect its people in view of the rise in attacks across the nation.

The full weight of the state will be brought to bear on this [terrorism]. The committee had concluded that Pakistan’s security was unbreakable and that the complete authority of the state would be upheld throughout the entire country. In a news conference on January 4. Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah also noted that 67% of assaults in the previous year occurred in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and 31% in Balochistan, while 1% of attacks occurred in Sindh and Punjab.






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