Thursday, February 16, 2006

"No soul bears the sins of another soul."

Now this is a quote we can use! From the Koran, no less!
(Comment by N=1, not Damascene.)
(I will try and make a Dutch translation this weekend)


Posted by Damascene 16022006

A long-waited move. Alarabiya reported that 41 prominent Muslim clerics have issued a joint statement condemning violence that marked some of the protests against the Danish cartoons. The statement condemned the cartoons but called Muslims to control their reaction:

We call upon Muslims to abide to the limits of Shari'a, and we condemn responding to an offense with acts that violate the Shari'a, its laws and pacts, like attacking embassies or innocent lives and other wrongdoings that distorts the justice of our demands or result in our isolation from the world. Defending our Prophet should not be by disobeying his teachings.

We highly appreciate the balanced views, expressed by various religious figures, against this disgraceful offense. This calls us to emphasize that non-Muslims in our countries and outside should not be blamed for the mistake of those who offended the Prophet (PBUH), in accordance to God's saying: "No soul bears the sins of another soul."

Signatories from Syria included Grand Mufti Ahmad Badreddine Hassoun and famous clerics Saeed Ramadan Al-Bouti and Wahba Al-Zuhayli. The statement also carried the signatures of the Grand Muftis of Egypt, Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon and Oman, as well as Amr Khaled, the very popular young Egyptian preacher.

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