An Advice for the United Ummah concerning the reality of the United Nations Shaykh Dr. Ayman al Zawahiri (may Allah protect him) x KK In the Name of Allah, all praise belongs to Allah, and may peace and blessings be upon the Messenger of Allah, his family, Companions and those who follow him

x KK My dear Muslim brothers! Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu! In this discussion | would like to warn the Islamic nation about the threat that the United Nation poses. This discussion shall cover the following sections: -Introduction -A brief review of the UN Charter -A brief review of the International Declaration on Human Rights -A summary of UNESCO’s activities -A brief review of the United Nations and its enmity for the Muslims -Conclusion

* KK Introduction At the outset, we must clarify that the United Nations was created by the victorious powers in the Second World War with the aim of imposing a political system and doctrine on the entire world, and with a view to establish their hegemony over the rest of mankind, in spite of loud claims of the UN being an organization for international cooperation.

xk k A Brief Review of the UN Charter A quick review of the UN Charter reveals that it is an organization created to control the world and to impose on it an irreligious and immoral ideology that contradicts the Islamic Shariah.

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When we carefully consider the UN Charter, we discover the following: 1. Firstly, Ruling by a law that opposes the Shariah Decisions in the UN General Assembly are made on the basis of either an absolute majority or 2/3" majority. The Security Council supersedes the General Assembly. It comprises of 5 permanent members, who are the biggest criminals on the face of the earth, and no decision can be made without their approval. In other words, decisions in the General Assembly are made on the bases of the majority, while the Security Council supersedes the latter. The five permanent members enjoy a sacrosanct status above all, for they pull the strings in the UN. In other words, ignorance over ignorance over ignorance... And Allah has made it clear in His Book that any law other than His law is the law of ignorance. He, glory be to Him, says, ‘Do they then seek the judgment of the days of ignorance? And who is better in judgment than Allah for a people who have firm faith?’ Article 1 of the UN Charter mentions the following: ‘To maintain international peace and international security...and for the suppression of acts of aggression or other breaches of peace, and to bring about by peaceful means, and in conformity with the principles of justice and international law, settlement of international disputes or situations which might lead to a breach of peace.’ Dr. Hasan Nafi’a, a professor of political science, comments on this article: ‘This implicitly implies that the United Nations cannot endorse any deal or settlement in line with the dictates of reason or the balance of power if this leads to a settlement that contradicts the dictates of justice or international laws.’ In other words, accepting UN membership implies accepting adjudication by laws other than the Islamic Shariah and hence the total abandonment of the Shariah. By virtue of signing the UN Charter, this demands that all matters be resolved in line with the will of the

majority (in the General Assembly), or the will of the five permanent members who pull the strings in the UN, or international law or the ambiguous dictates of abstract justice. In other words, it implies a willful acceptance of the law of ignorance. Allah (swt) says, ‘And who ordains laws better than Allah for a people who believe?’

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2. The overriding status of the UN Charter vis-à-vis other agreements and laws

The one hundred and third article of the Charter declares: “In the event of a conflict between the obligations of a member of the UN under the present Charter and their obligations under any other international agreement, their obligations under the present Charter shall prevail.” Dr. Hasan Nafi’a, professor of political science at the Cairo University, has the following to say in this regard: ‘The UN Charter is not merely a founding charter or a playbook for an international organization; its scope goes beyond this. The Charter enjoys a high status among international covenants and is considered to be one of the most cardinal and prestigious doctrines of international law.’ He then goes on to discuss the one hundred and third article of the charter and says, ‘This implies that the conclusion of any international agreement that opposes the principles enshrined in the UN Charter shall be deemed illegal. In other words, state activities or state behavior that explicitly contradicts or violates the UN Charter shall per se be deemed a violation of international law and in contravention of international legitimacy.’ This means that it would be unlawful for a state that abides by this Charter to enter into an international agreement with another state that goes against the letter and spirit of the UN Charter. For example, if two governments were to conclude an agreement on the basis of Shariah laws, such as agreeing on an educational curriculum in line with

the Shariah, this would go against the UN Charter and its articles that contradict the Islamic Shariah. And thus these two governments would have to annul such agreements (that contradict the UN Charter). Similarly, if a Muslim state were to recognize another Muslim state that gained freedom from the occupation of a UN member state, such as the recognition granted by the Islamic Emirate to the Mujahideen’s government in Chechnya, this would be considered unlawful as per the UN Charter. Likewise, if an Islamic government were to help the Mujahideen against a member state, for example extending support to the Palestinian Mujahideen against Israel, or to the Chechens against Russia, or to the Somalians against Ethiopia, or to the Malians against the French or the Syrians against Bashar’s government, this would be considered a violation of the UN Charter. The state that signs the UN Charter must not fulfill the binding obligation of helping Muslims wage Jihad against the disbelieving occupiers of Islamic lands. In other words, any state that signs the Charter, must consider it to be above Islamic Shariah; the same Shariah that dictates that Jihad for the liberation of Muslim lands is a binding obligation. This overriding status of the Charter is confirmed by article 29 of the International Declaration of Human Rights that was issued in 1948. The declaration states that the rights contained therein must not be exercised in a spirit that contradicts the aims of the UN Charter. In other words, this declaration was not formulated for the sake of the dignity, freedom and independence of mankind; rather, it was formulated to make them subject to the will of the victorious powers in the 2" World War, as we shall discuss in detail later. x KK

3. UN membership is contingent on abidance with the Charter: The gist of the procedure for gaining membership is that the aspiring state must send a letter demanding membership to the UN Secretary

General, and this demand must be accompanied by a declaration to abide by the UN Charter. The same holds true for expulsion from the UN. Article 6 of the Charter states that the General Assembly may expel a member state if it is established that it has violated the principles enshrined in the Charter. The preamble of the UN Charter states the following: “Accordingly, our respective governments, through representatives assembled in the city of San Fransico, who have exhibited their full powers found to be in good and due form, have agreed to the present Charter of the UN, and do hereby establish an international organization to be known as the UN.” In other words, a state that signs the UN Charter agrees to unite its efforts with the disbelievers to fulfill these aims that conflict with the rulings of the Shariah. It is mentioned in article 2: The Organization and its members, in pursuit of the purposes stated in Article 1, shall act in accordance with the following principles: 1. The organization is based on the principle of the sovereign equality of its members. 2. All the members, shall in good faith, fulfill the obligations assumed by them in accordance with the present Charter. In other words, the Israeli sovereignty over occupied Palestine is no different from the sovereignty of any member state over its territories, and all member states are bound to respect each other’s sovereignty. Article 25 of the UN Charter declares that all member states pledge to abide by and implement the Security Council’s resolutions. Therefore, it is clear that any state that joins the United Nations recognizes and accepts the UN Charter and is bound to abide by the laws, principles and obligations contained therein. * KK 4. Fourthly, the UN Charter clearly violates the Islamic Shariah when it grants equal rights to men and women, Muslims and disbelievers.

It is mentioned in the preamble of the Charter:

‘We, the people of the United Nations, determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war... and to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women and nations large and small...’

It is mentioned in the third paragraph of the first article of the Charter that among the aims and principles of the UN Charter is:

‘ achieve international cooperation in solving international problems of economic, social, cultural or humanitarian character, and in promoting and encouraging respect for human rights and for fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language, or religion..’

The thirteenth article of the charter states that the General Assembly must study the issue in detail. It offers suggestions regarding different fields:

‘assisting in the realization of human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language or religion...’

And this opposes the Islamic Shariah, since it distinguishes between the rights of men and women, for each sex is entitled to different rights and bears different duties.

The man is under a duty to bear the financial expenses of his wife and children. He must pay her the dowry and provide housing, clothing and food to her and her children. He is bound to protect them from trials, disgression, and sins, and to defend them against any form of aggression directed at them. The Prophet (peace be upon him) says, ‘One who is killed defending his wealth, his family, his blood or his Religion is a martyr.’

The woman is under a duty to obey her husband, protect his wealth, his home, and his children. A woman may not become the head of state or governor or the chief of the armed forces. She may not lead the prayers, nor is she obliged to perform Jihad.

The pure Shariah distinguishes between a Muslim and a disbeliever. A disbeliever is not entitled to assume high public offices or become part of the judiciary. He is not bound to pay the compulsory alms (zakat). In fact, the Shariah, distinguishes between different types of disbelievers and categorizes them into Dhimmi (under the protection and responsibility of the Islamic State), Mustamin (refugee), Mu’ahid (party to an agreement), and Harbi (enemy combatant), and there are legal details concerning the issue. However, the UN Charter is based on a doctrine and set of laws which the victors in the 2" World War wished to impose on the rest of mankind, and which contradict the Islamic Shariah. Thus the UN is not an organization for international cooperation; rather, it is an organization created by the biggest criminals to change the belief sytem of the entire mankind, specifically Muslims. * KK 5. Fifthly, the Charter affirms the freedom of men and women to

free themselves of the dictates of morality and religion. It is mentioned in article 55 of the Charter: ‘The UN shall promote... respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to sex, race, language or religion.’ The basic freedom that the Charter upholds is not merely the freedom of man to live a dignified life; it grants the freedom to engage in all forms of immorality, such as fornication and homosexuality, and the freedom to become apostate. This principle is affirmed by the International Declaration of Human Rights and upheld by the various conferences convened by the UN, as we shall discuss later. This, therefore, is another clear-cut contradiction of the Shariah.

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sovereignty of the member states and the sanctity of their

territorial borders, and forbids the use of force by a member

state against another.

Therefore, if a state signs the Charter, it gives per se recognition to the usurpation of Muslim territories by other states and affirms their right to hold on to these territories.

It is mentioned in the preamble of the UN Charter:

‘to ensure, by the acceptance of principles and the institution of methods, that armed force shall not be used, save in the common interest...’

In other words, the use of military force is only allowed if it is for the sake of the common interest of member states. So if the Muslims in Palestine were to strive for the liberation of Palestine from Israeli occupation, and other Muslims were to offer them help, this would be considered unlawful on the basis of the UN Charter given the fact that Israel is a member state, and it is not in Israel’s interest that the Mujahideen help the Palestinians against it.

The same analogy applies to Russia’s occupation of Chechnya and Muslim territories in Central Asia and the Caucasus, India’s occupation of Kashmir, Spain’s occupation of Ceuta and Melila, China’s occupation of East Turkistan, Ethiopia’s occupation of Zila and Harar, Tanzania’s occupation of Zanjibar, Kenya’s occupation of Somalia and the French occupation of Mali.

On the other hand, the Sharia makes fighting a binding obligation to liberate these lands and the people therein from the hegemony of the disbelievers. It is mentioned in ‘Majma’i al Anhari fi Sharhi Multaqa al Abhar’, one of the authoritative books of the honorable Hanafi school of jurisprudence:

‘If the call to arms is announced, it (Jihad) becomes obligatory on those who are close to the enemy, provided they are capable of engaging in Jihad. As for those who are far from the enemy, if those closest to the enemy are incapable of resisting the enemy, or display laxity or negligence, in spite of their ability to resist, Jinad becomes an obligatory duty on those next in proximity to the enemy, and on those after them, until this circle of obligation extends to encompass all Muslims in the East and the West.’

The fourth paragraph of the second article of the Charter lays out the aforementioned principle mentioned in the preamble:

‘All members shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state, or in any other manner inconsistent with the purposes of the UN.’

The tenth article pledges respect for the political independence and territorial integrity of each state. This implies that the signing party must respect the territorial integrity and political independence of member states, including Israel, India, Russia, China, Spain, Ethiopia, Kenya and other states that occupy Muslim lands. This occupation must therefore be respected and recognized as being lawful. This is why | have repeatedly reiterated this stance that a state that signs the UN Charter grants de facto recognition to the occupation by these states of Muslim lands, the liberation of which is a binding duty on us in accordance with the Shariah.

| would like to offer this clarification, as a reminder for my Muslim brothers, Mujahideen, and truthful scholars, that all member states of the UN from the Muslim World, by signing the UN Charter, have given recognition to the state of Israel. This is so because the Charter holds the integrity and protection of all member states, including Israel, sancrosanct. By signing the Charter, they have pledged, per se, not to refer their disputes to the Shariah, and have accepted the adjudication of the Security Council and the General Assembly instead. This includes the decision to divide Palestine in 1947, the 242 resolution, and other resolutions that imposed disgrace and surrender on Muslims. As-Sahab:

Regarding this excuse that the UN uses under the pretext of respecting political independence and regional sovereignty, the martyr, President Zaylim Khan Yandarbi, wrote in his valuable book, ‘Chechnya, between politics and reality.’

With respect to the adherents of Christianity, it is clear that the UN moves to free them completely from the clutches of imperialism. However, in the case of other religious groups, specifically the followers of Islam, the UN moves to create the necessary conditions for the creation and establishment of varied forms of neo-imperialism . In simple words, non-Christian nations are discriminated against and deprived of their rights using means that are considered appropriate by the ruling Christian clique. Among the means most frequently employed to deny them the right to determine their destiny is the denial of personal liberties by the state or the use of the pretext of preserving the integrity of the state and preventing its disintegration. The principle of the integrity of the state was introduced in international law around thirty years back. Its aim is to justify the provision of assistance to states that consider attempts aimed at liberation from imperialism as threats to their vital interests. And since then, this principle has been employed against Islamic nations that seek to liberate themselves from imperial rule. * KK 7. Seventh: Member states of the UN gradually lose their

independence, become subjugated, and are used as tools in

wars to secure the interests of the five major criminals who

control the organization It is mentioned in para 5 of article 2 of the UN Charter: ‘All members shall give the UN every assistance in any action it takes in accordance with the present Charter, and shall refrain from giving assistance to any state against which the UN is taking preventive or enforcement action.’ The 43" article states: ‘All members of the UN, in order to contribute to the maintainance of international peace and security, undertake to make available to the Security Council...armed forces, assistance, and facilities, including rights of passage for the purpose of maintaining international peace and security.’

The 45" article of the Charter states:

‘Members shall hold immediately available national air-force contingents for combined international enforcement actions. The strength and readiness of these contingents and their plans of actions shall be determined by the Security Council...’

In simple words, Muslims are obliged to support the UN against their Muslim brothers, against whom the UN wages war. Muslims may not support other Muslims who are aggressed upon by the UN or its member states, such as in Palestine, Chechnya, Iraq, Afghanistan, Bosnia and Somalia.

Hence, Muslims end up becoming slaves of the major criminal powers and cannon fodder in wars initiated for securing the interests of these powers.

Allah (swt) says, “O’ you who believe! Take not the Jews and the Christians as allies; they are but allies of each other. And if any of you takes them as allies, he is surely one of them. Verily Allah guides not the wrongdoers.’ And He says, “O’ you who believe! Take not as allies the disbelievers instead of the believers. Do you wish to offer Allah a

manifest proof against yourselves?” x KK

A Review of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948)

After this brief overview of the UN Charter, we shall review the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, issued in 1948.

* KK In the second edition of my book ‘Knights under the banner of the Prophet peace be upon him’, | had discussed the deception employed in framing this declaration so as to serve the interests of the major criminal powers, to impose their belief-system over the rest of mankind, and to prevent Muslim masses from returning to their homelands, reclaiming their rights and establishing their Shariah. However, | shall suffice here with some glaring examples of how the declaration contradicts the fundamentals of Islamic Shariah. Before

going into further detail, | would like to invite attention to two critical issues:

First: The UN represents the collective will of the victors in World War Il. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, issued by them, therefore, represents the vision and interests of these states and their keenness to impose their irreligious belief-system on the rest of mankind- specifically Muslims.

Two: One of the most important results of the Second World War was the establishment of the state of Israel, which was propped up and recognized by the victorious powers on May 14, 1948, i.e. before the announcement of the Declaration by eight months. Moreover, by approving the resolution to divide Palestine in 1947, they had already admitted the legitimacy of the Zionist state.

The said Declaration was issued by the UN Human Rights Commission, which was headed by the delegate of the United States, the widow of the former US President, Franklin Roosevelt. Roosevelt was known for his support for the establishment of Israel as well as for his deep ties with the Jewish community. He had reached an agreement with Stalin and Churchill in the Yalta Conference, held in February 1945, on the need for the establishment of a national homeland for the Jews in Palestine and the immediate removal of all obstacles to Jewish immigration in return for allowing the Soviets to establish zones of influence in Eastern Europe.

As for the chief author of the Declaration, he was a French statesman as well as the French representative to the UN at the time of the declaration. At the time, Algeria was under French occupation and France was actively imposing on the Arab Muslim population of Algeria its language and identity by the use of coercive force, executions, imprisonment, torture, and all forms of repression. The author was a Zionist Jew, an active advocate of what he termed “Jewish rights’ and head of the Jewish alliance in France, one of the tools of French colonialism in North Africa. In 1947, the Palestine Committee of the UN demanded permission for wide-scale Jewish immigration and the

exploitation of Palestinian land for the establishment of a Jewish homeland. The alliance led by him helped secure the political objectives of the Zionist movement by purchasing land in Palestine, turning small Arab land holdings into Jewish properties, and resettling Jewish immigrants from East Europe in newly established agricultural colonies. This was a brief overview of the ideological and political background of this Declaration.

If we review the Declaration itself, what do we find therein?

The 2" article of this Declaration states:

‘Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion...’

And this is something opposed to the Shariah as | have just mentioned, for the disbelievers are not the equals of Muslims.

| want to draw your attention once again to the fact that the irreligious and immoral victors of WW II sought to impose this belief-system on people. And this belief-system contradicts the creed of Muslims, who believe in the saying of Allah (swt), ‘You alone we worship and from You alone we seek assistance’ and whose societies, even in the worst of conditions, are distinguished by their belief in the unity of Allah, respect for the Shariah, the prohibition of vices such as alcohol, gambling, fornication and other forms of immorality. And these irreligious people fully understand the fact that the secret of the Muslims’ strength lies in their belief and in their Shariah. And in order to draw Muslims away from their strength, there is no other way but to market immorality in the garb of freedom and human dignity.

They trap the Muslims using the following logic: If you don’t want to live in a state of hostility with the rest of the world, and if you want the world to recognize and accept you so that you may be on an equal footing with others, you must join the UN. And in order to join the UN, you must sign its charter, accept its resolutions, and give your consent thereby to everything it entails from disbelief to immorality. And once this is done, they pressure the Muslims to enforce such programs and

submit themselves to the evil that results thereof. Allah (swt) says, ‘They wish that you would disbelieve just as they disbelieved so that you may become their equals.’

x KK It is mentioned in the third article of this Declaration: ‘Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.’ Freedom here equally entails the freedom to practice immorality and heresy.

* KK The sixteenth article declares: ‘Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality, or religion, have the right to marry and to found a family. They are entitled to equal rights as to marriage, during marriage, and at its dissolution.’ The Islamic Shariah rejects this principle on the basis that it allows a non-Muslim to marry a Muslim woman, and that it does not differentiate between a man and a woman.

x KK The fifth article mentions: ‘No one shall be subjected to torture, or to cruel, inhuman, degrading treatment or punishment.’ Severe punishments may be interpreted as the hudood, such as Qisas, cutting off the thief’s hand, lashing and stoning.

xk k The eighteenth article mentions: “Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion. This right includes the right to change his religion or belief.”

* KK The nineteenth article mentions: ‘Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive, and impart information through any media and regardless of frontiers.’

This includes the freedom to become a heretic, invite people to immorality and the rejection of the Shariah, and to propagate these ideas.

* KK The twenty first article mentions: ‘The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of the government.’ In other words, authority is derived from the will of the people, and not from the enforcement of Shariah. So if the masses decide to be ruled by the Shariah, those elected by them must rule by the Shariah. However, if they choose to be ruled by laws other than the Shariah, the government must rule by laws other than the Shariah.

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Activities of UNESCO

UNESCO is one of the agencies of the UN that specializes in the field of education, science and culture. It was officially declared an agency of the UN in November 1946. UNESCO has a wide range of activities. One of its publications entitled ‘The Encyclopedia of the Human Race and its Cultural and Scientific Progress’ has the following to say about Islam:

1. Islam is a cut-paste mixture of Judaism, Christianity, and Arab pagan rites.

2. Quran is an ineloquent book.

3. The sayings of the Prophet (pbuh) were invented by people after the Prophet (pbuh) had passed away and were later attributed to him (pbuh).

4. Muslim jurists derived the Islamic system of law from Roman and Persian laws, the Torah and the canons of the Church.

5. Awoman is worthless item in Muslim societies.

6. Islam subjugated the minorities by imposing on them the Jizya and Kharaj tax.

This organization is financed by the member states of the UN. Thus if a state joins the UN, it shall pay from the wealth of Muslims so that the UN may finance atheists and enemies of Islam.

When the Islamic Emirate, during the era of Mullah Muhammad Omar (may Allah have mercy on him), decided to demolish the statues of the Buddha, UNESCO led a vicious smear campaign against the Emirate. UNESCO’s director at the time, Shiro Motora, a Japanese Buddhist, demanded intervention from different states to stop the destruction of the statues. His delegation stayed in Afghanistan for over ten days so as to dissuade the Taliban government from destroying the Buddhas. UNESCO gathered 45 ministers of culture from different countries to highlight the ‘plight’ of these statues in an effort to generate pressure

on the Taliban and save these statues from destruction. xk *

The UN and its Practical Enmity towards Muslims Among the facets of the UN’s enmity for Religion and morality are its

numerous conferences on women and population, such as the Cairo Conference in 1994, the Peking Conference in 1995, the New York Conference in 2000, and similar other conferences.

In all these conferences, the UN promoted the spread of indecency such as fornication and homosexuality, late marriage, respect for prostitutes, encouragement of youth to engage in immorality before

marriage and equal rights for men and women. * KK

In the case of Palestine, the UN aggressed against the Muslim Ummah by passing the resolution that divided Palestine in 1947. Later, Israel was granted the lion’s share of Palestinian land via resolution 242, passed in 1967.

In Bosnia, the UN’s criminality was exposed by its ban of export of weapons to Muslims and its non-intervention in the killings of Muslims at the hands of the Serbs, all the while observing the situation silently, as was the case in the Serbrenica massacre in which 7000 Muslims were massacred in just a single incident.

In the case of Chechnya, the UN declared it to be a part of the criminal crusader state of Russia. It was the UN that imposed sanctions on Iraq, because of which half a million Iraqi children suffered death. It is the UN that to this day ignores and denies the Kashmiris self- determination, which was recognized as their right sixty years back. In the case of Afghanistan, the UN gathered the proxies of America in the Bonn Conference and supervised the rigged elections. Both before and during the war, the UN imposed sanctions on Afghanistan. It remained a silent spectator in the face of massacres in Afghanistan, such as the Qilla Janghi massacre, the suffocation of prisoners during their transfer to Shiberghan and the torture of thousands in the prisons of Bagram, Qandahar, Shiberghan and Guantanamo. Somalia was invaded under the flag of the UN; while the Ethiopians, Burgundians, Ugandians and Kenyans participated in the occupation of Somalia. The UN played an active part in the separation of South Sudan and the recognition of the latter as an independent state. The UN is now deploying its forces along the Lebanese borders so that the Mujahideen outside Palestine lose contact with those inside Palestine, completing thereby the siege of Palestine. It was the UN that recognized the separation of East Timor from Indonesia, while it rejects the same for Chechnya, the Caucasus, Kashmir, Ceuta, Melila, and Bosnia. x KK

Conclusion To conclude, the United Nations is not an organization for international cooperation; rather, it is an organization that was created by the irreligious victors of World War II to impose their hegemony and belief- system on the rest of the world. In short, it is an organization that does not rule by the Shariah of Allah, invites people to indecency and heresy, insults Islam and the Prophet of Islam (pbuh), and aggresses against Muslims.

So how can a Muslim who holds his Shariah in high esteem... strives to forbid indecency and heresy... is sensitive about his Religion and his Prophet (pbuh), and helps his Muslim brethren... how can he ever accept to become a part of such an organization?

Have | conveyed? O’ Allah! Be my witness!

And our last prayer is that all praise belongs to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds, and may peace and blessings be upon His Prophet, his family, and Companions. And may peace, mercy and blessings of Allah be upon you!