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Egypt’s Dar al-Iftaa Fatwa monitoring observatory releases new study on extremist Fatwas

Egypt’s Dar al-Iftaa Fatwa monitoring observatory releases new study on extremist Fatwas

Thursday, January 12, 2017

The Fatwa monitoring observatory at Egypt’s Dar al-Iftaa has recently monitored and scrutinized more than 5500 online Fatwas disdaining the Christians.
The observatory stated that the Fatwas issued by those extremists show their deviant fiqh methodologies and their strict observance of prohibition.

In a new study, the Fatwa monitoring observatory at Egypt’s Dar al-Iftaa revealed that 90% of the rulings included in the radicals’ Fatwas prohibit and discourage dealing with the Christians.
The observatory noted that the Fatwas issued on congratulating the Christians on their special occasions and building churches were the most trending on the extremist websites.

The study concluded that such extremist Fatwas aim to exclude the Christians from the society and instill the seeds of discord among people that eventually lead to tearing apart the carefully woven fabric of the Egyptian community. The extremists are only manipulating the texts of the Shari’ah to serve their own deviant methodologies and achieve personal gains.