Some 200 religious scholars have issued a decree against suicide attacks and termed them unlawful under Islamic law.
The decree issued at a conference of ulema here on Sunday said the philosophy behind the self-styled Islamic State (IS), banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan, Al Qaeda, Boko Haram and other so-called jihadi outfits was misleading.
Such groups operated . . . → Read More: Islam does not allow suicide attacks
The US-led coalition against the ISIS seems to be crumbling as there have been reports on social media that several “Saudi pilots” have allegedly refused to fly missions to bomb ISIS targets.
The report, which was confirmed by an Iraqi journalist and political analyst, is bound to have severe repercussions not only on the coalition, . . . → Read More: Saudi Pilots refuse to follow orders, US-Led Coalition in danger
Amidst chaos once more; this time the people are better prepared, but perhaps only mentally. It seems like the Pakistani Society (especially the youth) has acclimatized at a miraculous pace. Be it bomb blasts, suicide attacks, open fire on civilians, floods, earthquakes, dengue; we can know it all and still strut down the sidewalks with . . . → Read More: Are We a Nation in Denial?
A meeting of 300 eminent religious scholars and Ulema have unanimously agreed and pronounced condemning all forms of terrorists’ activities in North Waziristan Agency and issued stern warning to terrorists about serious consequences.
. . . → Read More: NWA Ulema condemn terrorism, declare suicide attacks ‘Haram’