Muslim asswipes fartwa
See, Muslims really ‘respeck’ all religions: Istinja’ with the Torah and New Testament
Offensive to Muslims: Koranic Toilet Seat
An update from “use the koran as toilet paper”
Judgment: Despising the Torah or the New Testament
Question: “Does someone who insults the Torah or the New Testament engage in apostasy, given that these include some words of God?”
Answer: “It would be impermissible to disdain the Torah and New Testament if they contained the truth and the name of the exalted, such as the name of God the Most High. Whoever does this [i.e., disrespect the books] knowingly and by choice would be considered an apostate and would be despised by God. But [in fact] the Torah and New Testament do not have anything exalted in them. They are known to have been corrupted, so there is no problem disdaining them.
Ash-Shams[ad-Din] Ar-Ramli [d.1004 A.D.] said in [his book of fiqh]Â Nihayat al-Muhtaj: “It is impermissible to use respected books like those of hadith and fiqh for anal cleansing after defecation (al-istinja’,Ø§Ù„Ø£Ø³ØªÙ†Ø¬Ø§Ø¡ ), but non-respected books like philosophy, Torah and the New Testament, which are known as corrupt and which do not contain exalted names, can be used for anal cleansing after defecation.”
Interestingly, Fatwa #40378 isÂ no longer posted at theÂ Encyclopedia of Fatwas; an announcement on its old page drably states that “There is no fatwa with this number.” TheÂ screen shot posted on my website, however, establishes that this fatwa was once posted.
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Daniel PipesÂ reference in a column then, “‘Rushdie Rules’ Reach Florida,” included this sentence: “A 2003 decree ruled the Bible suitable for use by Muslims whenÂ cleaning after defecation.” That allusion deserves further explanation.
“A 2003 decree ruled the Bible suitable for use by Muslims when cleaning after defecation.”
The link above goes to Fatwa #40378 ofÂ The Encyclopedia of Fatwas (Arabic:Â Mawsu’at al-Fatawi) onÂ www.islamweb.net. Issued on November 23, 2003, it contains the standard question-and-answer format of a fatwa and reads thus in English translation.
Fatwa #40378 appears to have been removed in late 2009, as a result of the Dena Milany controversy. Milany, a German woman, posted the fatwa inÂ English translation andÂ Arabic original, then posted a call on Facebook for a “koran toilet paper roll,” complete with graphic of such an item.Â Muslims demanded the deletion of this page and the agitation reached to Egypt, where Sheikh Ali Abu’l-Hasan, a former president of Al-Azhar University’s Fatwa Committee, published a fatwa (reported in the Egyptian newspaperÂ Al-Yawm as-Sabi’ on September 27, 2009) in which he ordered the “shedding of [her] blood.” Milany responded by publicizing the above fatwa on her blog,http://denamilany.blogspot.com.
Despite its removal, the fatwa remains valid. Taking it down from the website does not cancel it; that would require that the institution that issued it formally declare it illegitimate. This has not happened because the Shari’a clearly permitsÂ istinja’ with the Bible. Indeed, specialists on Shari’a have through the centuries discussed the legitimacy ofÂ istinja’ using the Torah and New Testament. (September 21, 2010)
More on Muslim priorities from a Saudi cleric who believes Islam should rule the world:
70 rules about how to urinate and defecate:
There are rules of shari’a in everything. We have counted almost 70 rules about how to urinate and defecate. In contrast, how do those beasts in the West answer the call of nature? They stand in front of other people, in toilets at airports and other public places. They do not care about covering their private parts. Even their underwear is colored and not white, so it can conceal all that filth. We are a nation that has long known the meaning of cleanliness, what to do when nature calls, and what the rules of hygiene are. The others, to this day, live like beasts. To this day, many of them are not circumcised, even though the World Health Organization has advised circumcising people as a treatment for AIDS, because it has been scientifically proven that circumcised people are less susceptible to AIDS, and are less likely to spread it than uncircumcised people.