End To War On Terror, Muslim Scholars Demanded, Here’s What You Need To Know

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A statement denouncing the War on Terror was signed by the union representing over 150 Muslim scholars across the world.

Two decades after President Bush, published his authorism of the use of military, something that results in the occupation of Afghan and USA’s campaign on the ‘War on Terror’

In the statement, Western leaders were urged to respect the right of Muslim minorities to believe in their religion and practise without outside intervention. – 5pillarsuk

Likewise, it also calls for the stop of emergency powers, the violation of basic rights, degrading treatment and legitimise torture.

CAGE Managing Director Muhammad Rabbani said:

“It can be argued that it was September 18th, and not September 11th, that changed the world. Apart from Barbara Lee, every single member of the U.S. Congress supported this resolution which subsequently led to illegal invasions, war crimes, torture sites, targeted assassination programmes and mass curtailment of civil liberties across the world.

“It is therefore a poignant moment for Muslim scholars across the world to come together to strongly demand an end to the War on Terror and call for accountability for all those who were responsible for its crimes. The international scope of the signatories demonstrates the global scholarly agreement on this issue.”

20 Years Of War: The Scholars Of Islam Statement To End War On Terror

Twenty years have passed since leaders of the United States declared a worldwide war without any borders nor any time limit. The so-called “War on Terror” was announced after the events of 9/11 but the aggression against Muslim people began before this time: the Iraq war of 1991 and subsequent sanctions, the invasion of Somalia, the support for the Israeli occupation of Palestine; the support for brutal dictatorships in Muslim countries.

In 20 years at least 800,000 Muslims have been killed, thousands have been imprisoned unlawfully and often tortured, and 37 million people have been displaced. Muslim people everywhere are treated with suspicion and cast as threats to the societies they live in. The entire world has been made less safe and less secure.

Twenty years on it is time to pause and take lessons. It is time for astute leaders in the West to correct the course.

We, the signatories below, call for:

Leaders in the West to replace their policy of war and animosity against Muslim people with one of respect and mutual cooperation

The end to all military and political interventions in Muslim countries

The end to all government policies and practices that lead to arbitrary imprisonment, torture, degrading treatment and exceptional powers granted to government agencies

A fair and responsible approach to be adopted by politicians, institutions and media in engaging Islam and Muslims

Muslim minorities to be able to live a dignified life according to their faith, independent from government interference, and attempts to distort their beliefs and identity

The accountability of all governments, their agencies and their officials that were involved in crimes or abuses since 2001; as well as reparations for survivors and victims’ families

We stand in solidarity with all oppressed people who fight for liberation from tyranny and welcome the victory of the Afghan people against their occupiers. May it be the first of many victories against the War on Terror. We offer our condolences to all those that have died as a result of these wars.

We extend our sympathy to the citizens of Western countries who have had to suffer the social, economic and legal consequences of the disastrous decisions made by their leaders.

We affirm our conviction in the justice that will be established in the hereafter. The sacrifices of the oppressed will not be wasted nor will the criminals escape from the consequences of their crimes.

Allah the highest said: “Do not think that Allah is unaware of what the wrongdoers do. He only delays them until a Day when ˹their˺ eyes will stare in horror.”

He, the highest also said: “Indeed, the wrongdoers never succeed.” It is also said, “justice is the foundation of governance.”

Signed By

Arab Maghreb Scholars League representing over 80 members
Executive members:

– Shaykh Hassan al-Kettani (Morocco)

– Shaykh Mukhtar Ibn al-Arabi Mumin (Algeria)

– Shaykh Anis bin Ahmad Qawayism (Tunisia)

– Shaykh Riyad Sha’eeli Saki (Libya)

– Shaykh Ahmed al-Hasani (Libya)

– Shaykh Anis al-Rahmouni

Association Scholars Sunnah representing over 130 members
Dr Muhammad Al Sagheer

End of the Statement.

All that being said, in 2021, the US was forced to withdraw their military from Afghan which result in the Taliban takeover. And their campaign for War On Terror is taken another position in the world.

However, as the statement outlined, it’s best for everyone aiming to spread the true Shariyyah to follow the real discipline of Islam.

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