: Anti-terror fatwa to de-radicalise students : Anti-terror fatwa to de-radicalise students

The Asian News 5 March 2010

The historic fatwa on terrorism by a renowned Islamic scholar will be used as an effective 'tool' to de-radicalise Muslim students at British campuses. Minhaj-ul-Quran will use this historic Fatwa to de-radicalise youth at British universities in the UK.

Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri has hit hard on the terrorists as it prevents Islamists from considering suicide bombers as ‘martyrs’ and it will create doubt in the minds of potential radicals.

Shahid Mursaleen, spokesman for Minhaj-ul-Quran UK said: "This historic document will play a vital role in the fight against terror and this fatwa has all the evidences from the classical sources to refute the ideologies which extremist groups in the UK use to brainwash the youth.

"The fatwa will be translated into mainstream languages."

The fatwa received massive media attention due to its importance in the fight against terrorism.

Afghanistan president Hamid Karzai has requested a copy of the fatwa from Minhaj-ul-Quran (...)

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