Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Islamist Cleric Issues Fatwa, Accuses AQ in Iraq of 'Devil's Work'

But, lest you think that jihadi terrorist supporter Sheikh Hamed Al-Ali has suddenly started to evolve past the ninth century, it's not the actual murders of innocents that he despises, it's the effect this has on the jihadi terrorist movement as a whole. This a tactical disagreement, not a philosophical one.

On April 4, 2007, Islamist Kuwaiti Sheikh Hamed Al-Ali, known for his support of the jihad fighters, issued a fatwa criticizing the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) and characterized its establishment as a forbidden act of religious innovation. Al-Ali called upon the founders of the ISI (i.e., on Al-Qaeda in Iraq) to dissolve the ISI and to reassume their status as an ordinary jihad group operating in cooperation with the other jihad organizations.
Let the head chopping begin.

Thanks to Howie of The Jawa Report.