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Argamemnon
03-12-2010, 03:16 PM
Salam,

I was just wondering, was the murder of Egyptian president Anwar el Sadat a service to Islam? Because he signed a "peace" treaty in exchange for the return of the Sinai lands. If he hadn't signed this treaty, the Sinai would still have been in Israeli hands. It must have been a difficult decision for the Egyptians.

I found this (Turkish) video of the assassination and the killer Khalid al-Islambuli is being glorified and called a shahid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGqyhDiVCp4
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Sampharo
03-12-2010, 09:03 PM
Killing a muslim ruler (no matter how corrupt or wrong he is) is an act of khawaarij and great corruption. This assassination is a treacherous act of political retaliation, and has nothing to do with Islam.

Jihad has conditions and none of them were present in this action, and Jihad has rules and many of them weren't honoured in this action. There is no Jihad and no martyrdom in this act of treachery and treason.
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sister herb
03-12-2010, 09:40 PM
Anwar Sadat was well known dictator during that time he was the president of Egypt, he ordered his fellow muslims to jail to torture them. After his assasination vice president Mubarak is now life-time dictator in Egypt who continues his path and is very good fellow with zionists and co-operate them against our brothers and sisters in Gaza.

May Allah judge those need to judge in this case
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Argamemnon
03-12-2010, 11:08 PM
It's not only Sadat though, in my view the entire Turkish establishment should be executed.
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Sampharo
03-13-2010, 02:11 AM
^ No doubt, and there is no disagreement that muslim countries leadership today have corrupted their countries religiously, legally, politically, economically, and socially turning the once proud Khilafat of muslims into the third World despotic states that we are in today.

But the salaf has held fast against ever taking up arms against rulers also corrupt and unfair, and commiting such an act would put a person in the same boat with khawaarij, God forbid. Khaled Al-Islambollee does not deserve glorification, and even has caused great harm to orthodox Islam and to Egypt and Palestine as well, for Mubarak in most people's opinion is a worse result (I don't think Palestinians would still be angrier at Anwar Sadat now they are seeing how Egyptian government is helping Israel in the closure of RafaHH crossing and the siege of Gazza, while selling Egyptian gas to Israel at a discount.for Pal At least Sadat negotiated a separate autonomous country for the Palestinians that included Jerusulum in totality at the time.)
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