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Pakistani Ulema council’s fatwa is ISI voice: Ulema Council in western region

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Wednesday, March 06, 2013
Herat (BNA) The council of Ulema or religious scholars in western region of Afghanistan has denounced the fatwa or religious decree of Pakistani Ulema council as the voice of ISI and politically motivated act.
In a meeting held here yesterday, Shikhul Hadith Mawlawi Khuda Dad Salih the head of religious council in the western region denounced the remarks of Tahir Ashrafi the head of Pakistani Ulema council as a breach to Islamic teaching, saying suicide attack is Haram or forbidden in Islam and Islam does not allow anyone to commit suicide.
Tahir Ashrafi in his fatwa issue last week advocated and endorsed suicide attacks in Afghanistan and said it is lawful for Taliban militants to conduct suicide bombings against Afghans in their country.  Ashrafi supported suicide bombings while the grand Mufit of
Saudi Arabia, Shikh Abdul Aziz in his fatwa described suicide attack as Haram, saying Islam does not allow anyone to carry out suicide attack in no part of the globe.

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