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Electronic Jihad Exists

the power of the internet

Islamic scholars are finally realising the power of the internet. Indeed, they say better late than never and we at MPACUK could not agree more.

Scholars such as Sheikh Fahd bin Saad Al Jahni and Abdullah Al Aalwit approve of Electronic Jihad (E-jihad) and have even highlighted the importance of it as follows:

“Any attempt to spite the enemy and empower the religion must be conducted by legitimate means and according to Muslim rules. Therefore, religion could be widely empowered through electronic websites. This is what some people call “the electronic Jihad”. Thus, the terminology is correct, but it is the definition that matters as well as the extent to which the concept respects the legitimate procedure.”

Indeed Allah says in Quran 3:200:

“Oh you who have believed, persevere and endure and remain stationed and fear Allah that you may be successful.”

MPACUK has encouraged this message for years and even the scholars of Islam agree with this. The internet did not exist at the time of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) but the principle of defending Islam was and is the highest.

Now you need to organise yourselves in teams to defend our beautiful religion, that teaches us to fight oppression. Stop your brothers and sisters in Islam and humanity from being tortured for no reason and arrested and imprisoned without trial.

To end, Allah says in the Quran 16:90:

“Indeed, Allah orders justice and good conduct and giving to relatives and forbids immorality and bad conduct and oppression. He admonishes you that perhaps you will be reminded.”

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