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Combating Terrorism

Combating Terrorism

By:

Dr. Ali S. Awadh Asseri

(Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon)

     In the perspective of Islamic Shariah, terrorism is a crime against humanity and warrants capital punishment. Spreading terror by way of random killing, injuring people, sabotaging public and private property and doing mischief in the land is a crime. The holy Qur’an says:

Responses

Christian - United States

I am someone who is very interested in Islam; I have begun reading my Quran and have enjoyed it so far - however the more specific parts of Islam such as the prayer and Arabic still seem very alien to me. I have lacked the courage to visit a Mosque or an Islamic center and I hope that these books/resources will give me the knowledge and confidence to introduce myself to the Muslim community and move forward in my religious journey.

Christian - USA