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Dr. Mabrouk Attiyah, a professor of Islamic law, said that whoever wanted to defend the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, would do what our Lord commanded us in his dear book to be keen on advancing knowledge from other nations because it is the basis of victory and power.
Mabrouk Attia added during his interview with journalist Sherif Amer on the program “Happening in Egypt” on MBC channel Egypt, Islam did not order us to respond to the offense with an insult, whether for Muslims or non-Muslims, and ordered us to meet the offense with Hassan, and that Al-Azhar’s response to the French President is very elegant, and to prosecute Charlie Look, wise.
Dr. Mabrouk Attia pointed out that writing on (Facebook) and social media platforms is not the ideal way to stop the abuse, and that there are many who used the incident of France to trade it politically and call them (zaffa liars), explaining that whoever wants to defend the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, should honor his neighbors and cultivate Love of science in the hearts of children.
I suggest joining the orphan’s day with the celebration of the Prophet’s birthday because the Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, was born an orphan. I also suggest canceling the work permit on the occasion of the Prophet’s birthday because the Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, ordered us to work
Mabruk Attiyah assured that a Muslim would leave the faith if he detracted from the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him or all of the messengers, and that the diligence in production, work and progress is the greatest response to the critics of Islam, and he said: The wife of Abu al-Hub, the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, said: He disbelieved we disobeyed, and our father ordered him, and his religion told us. ”He explained that the words reached the Prophet and said:“ Do you not marvel at God’s distraction from me, says Mudhamim, and I am Muhammad. ”
He continued: “If the offensive cartoons were caught, I would say it is not the Prophet Muhammad, and turn the page,” explaining that the community does not appreciate people for its religion or to whom it belongs, but because it is productive and innovative.
He mentioned that the French President Macron, was his grandfather Napoleon Bonaparte, and when he wanted to make an empire for France in the East and its base would be Egypt in 1798, that is, about 222 years ago, Napoleon used to say, “Oh God, bless Muhammad,” adding: “He wore Tartour and not the Sufism, and entered the mosque. Al-Azhar, and celebrated the birth of the Prophet, because he needed to sit here and the country needs this, and he said, “O God, bless the Prophet, and he did not want a Muslim, that is, a deceitful grandfather praised our Prophet, whom Macron offended, because he had a purpose.”
Dr. Mabrouk Attia, a professor at Al-Azhar University, said that solving the problem of insulting the Messenger is an easy matter for scholars. “The Prophet did not let you offend, nor insult, if I caught the offending cartoons, he would tell you this is not his picture and turn the page.” And he continued: “Whoever says, my love, says But how do I love him, how do we have from the Prophet to prove that we love him? ”
Concerning the boycott of French products, Dr. Mabrouk Attia said: For a boycott is obligatory if we are in need, and that the priority for Egyptian products is whether there is a boycott first, as I said, the response is by diligence and knowledge and to be strong economically and scientifically, and you are needed, and in that case no one can offend To your Prophet or to your nation as long as you are strong
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