Quebec Imam says Islamic ruling on slave-girls was not abrogated

March 14, 2017

by Jonathan D. Halevi
CIJ News
March 14, 2017

Dr. Ewis El Nagar (عويس النجار), the head of the Islamic Edicts Committee (لجنة الفتوى) of Quebec Council of Imams (Conseil des Imams Québec) who also serves as the Imam leader of Dawah (outreach, “call to Islam”) at the Canadian Islamic Centre in Montreal, says that the Islamic ruling on marrying slave women/ girls was not abrogated and it is applicable when the legitimate jihad is launched against the disbelievers.

According to Islamic law, sex assaults on infidel women are permitted:

“The Quran” (Saheeh International) that is being distributed for free across Canada by Islamic groups provides the legal basis of this ruling. Verse 24 of Surah (chapter) an-Nisa (The Women) states the following:

And [also prohibited to you are all] married women except those your right hands possess.177 [This is] the decree of Allah upon you.

These are immutable religious edicts. In Islamic law, what is considered to have been determined by Allah must not be challenged (see Qur’an 33:36). To do so is strictly forbidden. The Sharia is also considered to be divine law, above all other laws.

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