العقيدة الإسلامية الصحيحة






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Shaikh Mir Asedullah Quadri 

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بِسم الله الرحمنِ الرحيم  

 الحمد لله رب العالمين ، والصلاة والسلام على سيدنا محمد وعلى آله وصحبه أجمعين

Muslim community in the world consisted of the following three major divisions. (1) Salafis, (2) Shias, and (3) Sunnis.   However, there has emerged a fourth noteworthy division in Muslims, known as Ammanis.
Who are Ammanis and what are their beliefs?  We will discuss these, and some other issues related to Ammanis in this Book.
There are about 164 Salafi Groups in the world. We have discussed details in this regard in a separate book.  
There are about 118 Shia Groups in the world. We have discussed details in this regard in a separate book. 


It is in Hadith - It is narrated on the authority of Abd Allah Ibn Amr (رضئ اللہ تعالی عنہ) that the Prophet ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم )  said that the (Muslim) Ummah will divide into seventy-three groups; all of them will enter Hell except one, namely, the one that follows the way of the Prophet ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ), and that of his companions. (Tirmidhi).
It is in Hadith - Prophet Mohammad ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ) said: “Jews got divided into seventy one groups and Christians got divided into seventy two groups and my nation will get divided into seventy three groups.  All the groups will enter the Hell except one. They asked: “Allah’s  Messenger ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ) which one is it? He replied: “Those who will remain on the path on which I and my companions are today”  (Abu Dawood, Ibn Majah, Ahmad).
It is important to note that there are 73 major Sects of Muslims, as mentioned in Prophet's (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) Ahadith. However, these 73 sects have been divided into hundreds of Sub Groups and these sub groups are still increasing at a rapid pace.  The Prophet's (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) Ahadith clearly specify that out of 73  sects, there is only one Group who are on the right path of Islam.

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The title AMMANI is applied to those who follow a Universal Combo Religion, known as Ammanism. Ammanism is a new concept, in which everyone is regarded as true believer, irrespective of his faith.  People are free to visit Mosques, Temples, Churches, Gurduwaras, etc., for their individual and group worship to their Gods and Deities.
Ammanis are a Group of people who claim that followers of all Muslim sects, and hundreds of their sub groups, are all truthful believers. They also claim that the present day Christians and Jews are true believers, just like Muslims. They assert that Buddhists are the followers of Buddha who was a Prophet or a Saint.

Ammanis encourage Muslims to visit Hindu / Buddhist Temples, Churches, Gurdwaras, etc., to participate in holy festivals and worship there. They allow people of all faiths to visit Muslim mosques to worship their deities as per their beliefs. 
Ammani's combo perception, and mixing of all religions into one is against commandment of Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) and His Prophet ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم). 
Ammanis belong to all sections of Muslim Society. Most of the Muslim politicians around the Globe belong to Ammani Groups, even though they may call themselves  Salafis or Deobanids or Shias or Ahle Sunnah. Similarly, most of the Muslims working in show business/music/film industry, including rich businessmen, also prescribe to Ammani beliefs openly. 
There are many scholars of various Muslim sects, including Ahle Sunnah, who preach Ammani beliefs in the name of Interfaith dialogue.
Ammanis focus on worldly welfare and are politically motivated. Religion does not mean much to them. They exploit religious sentiments of innocent people to come to power, attain leadership and make a lot of money. Their entire effort in this world is to gain worldly benefits.  They always talk of people's welfare in this world, but rarely think about their welfare in Hereafter. They claim that they are working for the benefit of people, but in this process, they take people away from Islam. They call themselves progressive Muslims and always try to make fun of people who remind them about Correct Islamic Faith. They accuse sincere Ulema and brand them as Jahel (illiterate) Maulvis and hateful Takfeeri Mullahs.  Ammanis have no fear of Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) whatsoever. They are not worried about Allah's (سبحانہ و تعا لی) wrath in this world and His Azaab in Hereafter. They misinterpret Quranic verses and Ahadith to support their outrageous deeds.
King Abdullah II of Jordan realized this Group's potential in the world.  In November 2004, he introduced a master plan to unite all these people under a common platform, titled "Amman Message"  
King Abdullah II of Jordan, Founder of Ammani Universal Religion.


In 2005, he convened a Conference and invited over 200 like-minded Scholars from all Sects of Muslims. Most of them endorsed his Amman Message during the Conference.  Later Amman Message Declaration was sent to 84 countries of the world and signatures of Muslim politicians, like minded scholars and others were secured.  The list of the signatories to Amman declaration is provided in the end of this Article for our readers. 
Thus, King Abdullah II of Jordan, became the first  IMAM of Ammani Groups, and Founder  Ammanism (Ammani Universal Religion). 
The reason they are known as AMMANIS  is,  because they were united under 'Amman Message'  by  King Abdullah II or Jordan.  
There is a Zionist conspiracy in the world to make King Abdullah II of Jordan Khalifa-e-Islam. Nazim al Haqqani has already declared the King as Khalifa-e-Islam.
(1) Ammanis say that we should not call anyone as Kafir, (Unbeliever) because it creates hatred and scares people away from Islam and Muslims.  This practice does not help in achieving unity and peaceful co-existence among the people of the world. 
Who will disagree with the above?  Indeed, it is important that we should not tell a person, you are a Kafir, or he is Kafir on his face in a hateful manner. We should definitely try to propagate Islam by mild words as far as possible.
But, at the same time, we must have correct faith in our hearts. If you claim that the people of different faiths are true believers by misinterpreting Quranic verses and Ahadith, then you will become Munafeq (hypocrite) in the eyes of Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) and Apostle Mohammad ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ).  And we all know, a Munafeq is worse than a Kafir because Munafiqeen will be in the lowest part of the Hell Fire.
Good preaching is a different issue.  Sahih Aqeedah is a different thing. We cannot mix up both these things to please Zionists or earn some Dollars and invite Allah's (سبحانہ و تعا لی) wrath. 
The correct perception of  (i) Unity among Muslims and (ii) peaceful co-existence of all people of the world, is best described in the following :



As far as Unity among Muslims is concerned, the only way  to achieve it, is all Muslim sects should come back to the Straight path of Islam. This will not only bond them together in this world, but will help them in their salvation in Hereafter.

The Unity depends upon Islamic faith as per Quran and Ahadith. Therefore, all Muslims should be counseled to hold on to the rope of Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) firmly.

Sahih Iman is the key to Muslim's revival in the world. Until they come back to the straight path of Islam, their humiliation, torture and disintegration in this world in the hands of Zionists and greedy rulers will not stop. In addition, they will have to face the ignominy in Hereafter as they will be summarily thrown into hell fire as hypocrites and non-believers.  You have left the path of Islam, therefore Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) has  left you to suffer in the hands of your enemies and selfish rulers.  You are facing Azab in this world.  Know it well that a bigger Azab is waiting for you in Hereafter. 
Alas, our  Sectarian Muslim brothers and sisters realize this key issue.

As far as the concept of peaceful and progressive co-existence in the world is concerned, it is  mandatory on all of us to live in peace and harmony.  We should never wish bad for others, we should never try to hurt others, physically or mentally and we should spread the message of peace and love, not only among Muslim sects, but among people of other faiths.

However, for this purpose, we need not go against Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) and His Apostle Mohammad ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ) to declare all Muslim sects, including Christians and Jews as true believers (Astaghfirullah). We cannot be complacent and invite Allah's (سبحانہ و تعا لی) wrath.

Ammanis' combo perception, and mixing of all religions into "Ammanism" is against the commandment of Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) and His Prophet ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ).

Ammanis should know that they are misleading Muslim Ummah.  Their actions will have catastrophic effects on Muslims of the world as they are replacing Islam with "Ammanism" in which everyone is considered a true believer irrespective of his faith.   We want Ammanis to realize the seriousness of this issue.  Remember, they have to show their face to Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) tomorrow.

We can always say to our brothers and sisters who are Jews, Christians or from any religious group/sect in the world, in a mild way, that even though we disagree with them in basic faith,  we definitely would like to live in peace and harmony with them.  There is nothing wrong in it. Islam is the only religion which has taught the world what is religious tolerance and how it is practiced. If it was not like that, probably 90% of the world population would have been Muslim today.

Muslims never did ethnic cleansing as others did in Spain (Millions of Muslims); Bosnia (Millions of Muslims); Iraq & Afghanistan (Millions of Muslims); Hiroshima & Nagasaki (millions of Budhists); Australia (20 million aborigines); North America (100 million Indians); South America (50 million Indians); Africa (180 million African slaves).  It is also claimed by Jews that over 6 million Jews were killed by Naziz during second world war.  The list is very long.

Jews killed millions of Palestinians in the past 70 years. Similarly, Salafis / Wahhabis occupied Arabian Peninsula and wiped out its entire Muslim population by killing millions with the help of British in 1920s.  They also have the distinction of digging and destroying even the graves of hundreds of thousands of Companions of Prophet Mohammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) and important dignitaries of Islam; a dubious black deed associated only with Salafis in the entire history of mankind.

(2) Ammanis misguide innocent Muslims by quoting the following Hadith (and other similar Ahadith) and claim that whoever reads Kalima Tayyiba should be regarded as Muslim.
It is in Hadith - Ubadah bin As-Samit (ru) reported : The Messenger of Allah (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) said :  " He who bears witness that there is no true god except Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی), alone having no partner with Him, that Mohammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) is His servant and His Messenger, that Isa (as) is His servant and Messenger and he (Isa - as) is his Word ( Kalimatullah - as referred in Quran 4-171) which He communicated to Maryam (as) and His spirit (Jibreel - as) which He sent to her, that Jannah is true and Hell is true; Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) will make him enter Jannah accepting whatever deeds he accomplished. (Bukhari & Muslim)
The above Hadith confirms that all Prophets were from human beings and not divine (or part of Divine) as Christians believe Prophet Isa (as) as Christ by regarding him god or son of god and Jews regard Prophet Uzair (as) as son of god. (Astaghfirullah). 
We will discuss briefly who is a true Muslim in the light of Quran and Ahadith.

A person who proclaims Islamic Shahadah and his beliefs are as per truthful Islamic faith based on Quran and Sunnah  is a true Muslim. Authenticity of the declaration depends upon his actual belief. Because Iman is concerned with the belief in heart.  If your belief is not correct, you will be treated as unbeliever or hypocrite on the Day of Judgment.  This is the reason, the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) emphasized that out of 73 Sects of Muslims, only one will enter heaven, and the rest will be thrown in Hell Fire permanently.   
It is in Hadith - Narrated Umar bin Al-Khattab (ru), I heard Allah's Apostle (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) saying, "The reward of deeds depends upon the intentions and every person will get the reward according to what he has intended" (Bukhari, Book # 1, Hadith # 1).
Muslims offer Salah in congregations.  In congregation Salah, they form rows and physically it looks that the person in the back row, is prostrating to the person in the front row.  But intention of the person is taken into account here.  Since the intention of the person is that he is prostrating to Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی), therefore Salah is valid and is an Ibadah.
Similarly, it is the intention of the person in Islamic belief (Sahih Iman) that makes him a true Muslim or hypocrite.  This is the reason, the Prophet ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ) emphasized that out of 73 Sects of Muslims, only one Group is on the right path and the rest will be thrown in Hell Fire.

It is in Hadith - Prophet Mohammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) said: “Jews got divided into seventy one groups and Christians got divided into seventy two groups and my nation will get divided into seventy three groups. All the groups will enter the Hell except one. They asked: “Allah’s (سبحانہ و تعا لی) Messenger which one is it? He replied: “Those who will remain on the path on which I and my companions are today.” Narrated by Abu Dawood, Ibn Majah, and Ahmad.

It is in Hadith - It is narrated on the authority of Abdullaah ibn Amr (ru) that the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) said that the (Muslim) Ummah will divide into seventy-three groups; all of them will enter Hell except one, namely, the one that follows the way of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) , and that of his companions. (Tirmidhi). 
In the light of the above, let us see who is a True Muslim and who is not.
(i) If a person proclaims Islamic Shahadah, but claims that he worships a  Sky Idol God who has human like body and limbs; cannot be regarded as Muslim.
Salafis and their like minded groups worship a Planetary human-like-Idol ( المعبود الكواكب مثل الإنسان ) and call it Allah (Astaghfirullah).
We have provided below the Aqeedah (faith) of Salafis/Deobandis and their like minded Groups.
(a) Allah needs. (b) Allah is divisible. (c) Allah settles in a place. (d) Allah has six directions - up, down, left, right, front and back.  He is sitting above the skies and His face is in certain direction.  (e) Allah has a 'hadd' (limitation), no one but He knows it.  His place also has a 'hadd' (limitation) which is on his Arsh above the skies. And there are two distinct limits for Allah. (f) Allah has a size, (g) Allah must be creating continuously, though He can choose what to create, but He cannot choose whether to create or not.  (h) Allah is not mixed with his creation, but is encompassing the world with a huge Galaxial body from a surface outside the borders of his creation. (i) Allah has two real physical eyes, two real physical hands, a real human like face and other limbs.  The shape of his physical body is known to Him. Read more..
Any person with an average common sense will easily conclude that the above beliefs are clear cut Idol Worship. Salafi God is a very  big human-like-Idol with two real eyes, two big hands and a face, physically sitting above the skies and his face is towards the Arsh.  They worship this Idol 5 times a day during their Salah. We fail to understand what is the difference between them and other Idol worshipers.  Read more...
Read the following verses of Quran that negate the Salafi / Deobandi  self concocted beliefs.
(a) It is in Quran - Whichever side you turn, you will find Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی); Verily Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) is Omnipresent (existing everywhere every moment) and Omniscient (infinitely wise). (Al-Baqra - 115)
(b) It is in Quran - Transcendent (magnificent) is your Lord, the Lord of all-Greatness, far and above what they ascribe to Him. (As-Saaffaat - 180).
(c) It is in Quran - Wherever you are, He (سبحانہ و تعا لی) is with you (Al-Hadid - 4).
(d) It is in Quran -  Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) is the light (existence) of the Heavens and Earth. (An-Noor - 35). 
(e) It is in Quran -  And He (سبحانہ و تعا لی) is in your own self, will you not then see.  (Az-zariyat - 21).
(f) It is in Quran -  We (Allah - سبحانہ و تعا لی) are closer to you than your jugular vein (Qaf - 16).
(g) It is in Quran -  When My servants ask you (O'Prophet -  صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) concerning Me (سبحانہ و تعا لی), (tell them) I am ever present (with them) and I listen to the call of him that calls Me.  (Al-Baqara - 186). 
(h) It is in Quran -  Nothing, even the weight of a mote lying either in the heavens or in the earth escapes His notice. (As-Saba - 3).
(i) It is in Quran -  Say (O'Prophet -صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) is one.  Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) is independent. He does not have children.  Nobody has given birth to Him.  Nobody can match Him or equal Him.  (Al-Ikhlas 1- 4). 
(j) It is in Quran -  He (سبحانہ و تعا لی) is the First, and the Last.  He is the Manifest (apparent) and the Immanent (actually present throughout the material world) and is the knower of all things. (Al-Hadeed - 3).  
(ii) Salafis claim that they believe in Prophet Mohammad ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ) but also  disrespect and humiliate  the Prophet ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ) and his family  by constructing Public Toilets on his house in Makkah where he lived 28 years with his family. They also propagate disrespectful teachings about the Prophet ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ).  Therefore, ask any Ahle Sunnah Mufti, he will say that unless they come back to the right path, they cannot be treated as Muslims.   Click here for details.  
(iii) Some people claim that Quran in its present form is not complete.  Some people believe that authentic books of Ahadith, like Bukhari, Muslim, etc., contain concocted and weak Ahadith; meaning they claim that the Imams of Ahadith, (Bukhari, Muslim, Ahmad and others) are not trustworthy, (like Salafi scholar Al Bani did).  These people have literally broken the backbone of the continuity of Islamic faith; therefore, cannot be treated as true Muslims.  
(vi) If a person believes that Khulfa-e-Rashideen, Sahabah and Imams of Fiqh and Ahadith,  made mistakes and were wrong doers (like Shias, Ibadis and Salafis do), then he cannot be treated as true Muslim because he has doubted the continuity and authenticity of Islamic beliefs that have reached us through Sahabah, A'imma and Ahle Bait.
(v) Some people claim that the Ibadi Kharijis are true Muslims (like Ammanis do). This contention is against the established Islamic Faith. Therefore, they should refrain from accepting Kharijis as true Muslims.  If they insist on it, then Ahle Sunnah Muftis may regard them as hypocrites. 
(vi) Some people try to impose an Anglo-American King as Khalifa-e-Islam on Islamic Ummah (like Haqqanis are doing); who has clearly gone against the commandments of Quran and Ahadith. It is well known that the King and his family are openly disregarding Islamic Sharia in their lifestyle and day to day living. This is very dangerous precedent. They should refrain from such outrageous actions.  If they insist, then Ahle Sunnah Ulema may regard them as hypocrites.  
(vii) Some people say that you should obey the commandments of a so called Sufi or a Wali or a Scholar who is demanding people to go against the commandments of Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) and His Apostle Mohammad ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ). (like Haqqanis are doing). These people should refrain from such misleading contentions. A true Wali / Sufi / Scholar can never go against the commandments of Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) and His Apostle Mohammad ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ) by misinterpreting Quranic verses and Ahadith. All Ahle Sunnah should keep away from such Sufis / Scholars and take care of their Iman. 
(3) Ammanis claim that the current Christians and Jews in the world are true believers, just like Muslims. 
They claim that there are three central ideas that are common to Islam, Christianity and Judaism : (i) Belief in the Unity of God, (ii) Worship and devotion to God, (iii) Love and justice towards fellow human beings.  They misinterpret the following Quranic verses to prove Christians, Jews and Muslims are all True believers. 

(a) Say: O ye people of the Scripture, come to a common word between us: that we will not worship other than God and not associate anything with Him, and that none of us shall take others for lords besides God (Aal-e-Imran - 64).

(b) Truly the believers are brothers. Therefore make peace between your brothers and observe your duty to God that perhaps ye may obtain mercy (Al-Hujurat -10).

Ammanis try to fool innocent people from the above misinterpretations of the Quranic verses. We have explained below the correct understanding of the above verses. 

(a) It is in Quran -   قُلْ يَا أَهْلَ الْكِتَابِ تَعَالَوْا إِلَىٰ كَلِمَةٍ سَوَاءٍ بَيْنَنَا وَبَيْنَكُمْ أَلَّا نَعْبُدَ إِلَّا اللَّهَ وَلَا نُشْرِكَ بِهِ شَيْئًا وَلَا يَتَّخِذَ بَعْضُنَا بَعْضًا أَرْبَابًا مِّن دُونِ اللَّهِ ۚ فَإِن تَوَلَّوْا فَقُولُوا اشْهَدُوا بِأَنَّا مُسْلِمُونَ   [Meaning - Say: "O People of the Book! come to common terms as between us and you: That we worship none but Allah; that we associate no partners with him; that we erect not, from among ourselves, Lords and patrons other than Allah." If then they turn back, say ye: "Bear witness that we (at least) are Muslims (bowing to Allah's Will)] (Aal-e-Imran - 64).

The entire verse is asking Christians and Jews to come back to the right belief from their current belief of Trinity. Muslims are asking Christians to refrain from their belief in 3 Gods; the Father God, the son of God and the Holy Ghost. Similarly Jews believe Uzair (as) to be the son of God.  The verse specifically describes these facts and clarifies - "That we worship none but Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی); that we associate no partners with Him; that we erect not, from among ourselves Lords and patrons (like the theory of three Gods) other than Allah".

Thus, the above verse is primarily meant to invite Christians and Jews to Islam and asking them to refrain from their wrongful beliefs. The verse further states that "If then they turn back, (then you) say you bear witness that we are Muslims (and they are not believers)".

The verse does not call Christians and Jews as believers.  As a matter of fact, it asks Christians and Jews to become believers like Muslims by renouncing their self concocted theories.  

(b) It is in Quran -  إِنَّمَا الْمُؤْمِنُونَ إِخْوَةٌ فَأَصْلِحُوا بَيْنَ أَخَوَيْكُمْ ۚ وَاتَّقُوا اللَّهَ لَعَلَّكُمْ تُرْحَمُونَ  [Meaning -  The Believers are but a single Brotherhood: So make peace and reconciliation between your two (contending) brothers; and fear Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی), that ye may receive Mercy.] (Al-Hujraat - 10).

The above verse is from Sura al-Hujraat.  Right from the start, this Sura deals with Muslims.  There is no mention of Ahle Kitab here. The verse explains that if two Muslims have a conflict of any kind, it is important that we make peace and reconciliations between them. Here Muslims are declared as brothers to each other. Ammanis misinterpret the above verse to make Christians, Jews and Muslims all as brothers in Iman (Astaghfirullah).    

(c) It is in Quran  -    لَّقَدْ كَفَرَ الَّذِينَ قَالُوا إِنَّ اللَّهَ ثَالِثُ ثَلَاثَةٍ ۘ وَمَا مِنْ إِلَـٰهٍ إِلَّا إِلَـٰهٌ وَاحِدٌ ۚ وَإِن لَّمْ يَنتَهُوا عَمَّا يَقُولُونَ لَيَمَسَّنَّ الَّذِينَ كَفَرُوا مِنْهُمْ عَذَابٌ أَلِيمٌ [Meaning Indeed those who say: 'Allah is the third of the Trinity' became unbelievers. There is but One God. If they do not desist in what they say, a painful punishment will afflict those of them that disbelieve. ] (Al-Ma'eda - 73)

In the above verse, Christians are clearly regarded as Unbelievers (Mushrikeen) who will enter Hell for painful punishment. There is Ijma (consensus) on the above verse. Thus for all practical purposes, Hindus and Christians are treated on par in the Court of Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) and they are treated as Unbelievers.  If they change their faith and believe in the existence of one God, as described in Quran, and they also believe in Prophet Mohammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) as the seal of Prophets and obey the Islamic commandments, then they can be treated as "Believers".  

(d) It is in Quran -  وَقَالَتِ الْيَهُودُ عُزَيْرٌ ابْنُ اللَّهِ وَقَالَتِ النَّصَارَى الْمَسِيحُ ابْنُ اللَّهِ ۖ ذَ‌ٰلِكَ قَوْلُهُم بِأَفْوَاهِهِمْ ۖ يُضَاهِئُونَ قَوْلَ الَّذِينَ كَفَرُوا مِن قَبْلُ ۚ قَاتَلَهُمُ اللَّهُ ۚ أَنَّىٰ يُؤْفَكُونَ  [ Meaning - The Jews call 'Uzair a son of Allah, and the Christians call Christ the son of Allah. That is a saying from their mouth; (in this) they but imitate what the unbelievers of old used to say. Allah's curse be on them: how they are deluded away from the Truth! ] (At-Taubah - 30)

The above Quranic verse says "Allah's (سبحانہ و تعا لی) curse be on Christians and Jews", then how come Ammanis call them believers on par with Muslims?  Definitely this is against the commandments of Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) and his Apostle Mohammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم)

(e) It is in Quran - اهْدِنَا الصِّرَاطَ الْمُسْتَقِيمَ - صِرَاطَ الَّذِينَ أَنْعَمْتَ عَلَيْهِمْ غَيْرِ الْمَغْضُوبِ عَلَيْهِمْ وَلَا الضَّالِّينَ [ Meaning - "Show us the straight path, The path of those whom Thou hast favoured; Not the (path) of those who earn Thine anger nor of those who go astray ] (Fateha  5-7)
This is a prayer that Muslims are supposed to repeat several times each day during their Salah.  It is the connsensus  (Ijma) of all Muslims throughout 1400 years history of Islam that "those who earn Thine anger" specifically refers to Jews;  and "those who go astray" refers to Christians. 
(f) It is in Hadith - Narrated Abu Huraira (ru), Allah's Apostle ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ) said, "Say Amin' when the Imam says "Ghair-il-maghdubi 'alaihim wala-ddal-lin; not the path of those who earn Your Anger (Jews) nor of those who go astray (Christians); all the past sins of the person whose saying (of Amin) coincides with that of the angels, will be forgiven. (Bukhari - Volume 1, Book 12, # 749)
(g) It is in Quran - وَمَن يَبْتَغِ غَيْرَ الْإِسْلَامِ دِينًا فَلَن يُقْبَلَ مِنْهُ وَهُوَ فِي الْآخِرَةِ مِنَ الْخَاسِرِينَ  [ Meaning - And whoever desires a religion other than Islam, it shall not be accepted from him, and in the hereafter he shall be one of the losers.] (Aal-e-Imran - 85) 
(4) Ammanis claim that,   Salafis / Deobandis / Ikhwaan ( and all their 164 Groups)  are True Muslims (even though they believe in a Sky Idol God and are  famous for disrespect of Prophet Mohammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم). 

The title SALAFI is applied to those who worship a Planetary human-like-Idol ( المعبود الكواكب مثل الإنسان ) and call it Allah (Astaghfiruallah).
Salafis and their like minded groups  worship  a  Sky Idol God  who has two hands, two eyes, a face, a mouth and tongue in the mouth, two shins, legs, fingers in hands and feet, and a huge human like physical body; who is sitting  on a big chair on the skies in a certain direction. They say that this huge Sky Idol has limitations on his movements as he cannot come near human beings, therefore,  knows about them, only by his knowledge.  They call this human-like-Deity ( المعبود مثل الإنسان ) as Allah.  Read more.
(5) Ammanis also claim that Shias (and all their 118 Groups) are  true Muslims even though they do takfeer of Khulafa-e-Rashideen and Sahabah and Ahle Bait-e-Rasulullah (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم). Watch this disturbing.
Shias have altered Islamic 'Shahadah' (Kalima Tayyiba) and have included the name of Hadhrat Ali ( رضئ اللہ تعالی عنہ) as the successor of Prophet Mohammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) and  first Caliph.

SHIA SHAHADAH - There is no god but Allah, (سبحانہ و تعا لی), Mohammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) is the Messenger of Allah;  Ali ( رضئ اللہ تعالی عنہ) is the Friend of Allah; the successor of the Messenger of Allah (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) and his first Caliph".

The above Shahadah implies that one has to believe that Hadhrat Ali ( رضئ اللہ تعالی عنہ) was the successor of Prophet Mohammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) and the first and the only rightful Caliph of Islam.  This way one has to deny the Caliphate of three rightful Caliphs of Islam as wrong. The Shia Shahadah also implies that the three rightful Caliphs (رضئ اللھ تعالی عنہم اجمعین ) were wrong doers, politically motivated and usurpers of power. (Nauzubillahi). This Shia belief amounts to questioning the authenticity of the teachings of Prophet Mohammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم). Read more ....


(6) Ammanis also claim Ibadis ( and all existing Khariji Groups) are True Muslims even though it is a well known fact that Kharijis have never been treated as Muslims throughout the history of Islam. 

Ibadiyya ( الاباضية ) is one of the Khawarij Groups, founded during the early caliphates of Abu Bakr and Umar (رضئ اللھ تعالی عنہم ). Ibadis lived in Basra, Syria.  The name Ibadiyya is derived from their mentor and leader Abdullah bin Ibad. However, Ibadis consider Jabir bin Zayd, (d 711 AD), as their first spiritual Imam. 


Ibadis claim that only two Khulfa-e-Rashideen; namely Abu Bakr and Umar (رضئ اللھ تعالی عنہم ) were rightly guided; and Othman and Ali (رضئ اللھ تعالی عنہم ) were wrong doers (Astaghfirullah).  They also claim many Sahabah, and members of Ahle Bait were wrong doers. (Astaghfirullah). 

Ibadis claim  that Abdullah Ibn Wahb al-Rasibi (a Khariji on whose hand all Kharijis took bait as their Caliph during Hadhrat Ali's -  رضئ اللہ تعالی عنہ  Caliphate) is the legitimate and rightly guided  Khalifa-e-Islam.

Like Mu'atazila;  Ibadis claim  Quran is a creation of Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی)They reject most of the Ahadith literature and accept only those Ahadith which are in line with their Khariji Aqeedah. They believe that Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) cannot be seen, even on the Day of Judgment. They say whosoever enters the Hell fire, will live therein forever.

Ibadis testify the popular Khariji belief, that the attitude of a true believer is expressed in the following three religious obligations :

(a) Walāyah : Acceptance of all Ibadi (read Khariji) Imams; and friendship and unity with the practicing true believers (ie., Ibadis).

(b) Barā'ah : Dissociation (but not hostility) towards unbelievers and sinners, and those destined for Hell (ie., other Muslim Sects).

(c) Wuqūf : Reservation towards those whose status is unclear.

Sultan Qaboos and the entire Omani ruling family are Ibadis.Also, majority of people (65%) in Oman are Ibadis.

Ibadis are also found in the Nafusa Mountains in Libya, M'zab in Algeria, Zanzibar, Djerba Island in Tunisia and Mozabite Valley.


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Our readers will realize that Politicians and scholars belonging to Salafis, Deobandis, Shias, etc., have signed Amman Message declaration and joined Ammani  Group under King Abdullah II of Jordan. 
Some known Ahle Sunnah Ulema in the West have also signed these declarations.  What made them fall into this trap and why they have chosen to switch their loyalty to King Abdullah II of Jordan to join "Ammanism" ( Ammani Universal Religion),  is a mystery, not known even to their followers.
Readers please note that the followers of Scholars and Leaders who have signed the Amman Message Declarations will naturally be treated as members of Ammani Groups and followers of  "Ammanism" (Ammani Universal Religion). 
Like Taher Ul Qadri has signed Amman Message in 2006, therefore his followers, Minhajis, will come under Ammani Groups.  Similarly, Nazim al Haqqani has declared King Abdullah II of Jordan as Khalifa-e-Islam, therefore, his followers, Haqqanis, will come under Ammani Groups.  Similar is the case with the followers of other scholars like, Muhammad Tantawy, Ahmed Kuftaro, Yusuf al-Qaradawi, Abdullah bin Bayyah, Taqi Usmani, Ali Hosseini Khamenei, Ali Zain Al-Abidin Al-Jifri, Abdullah Sulayman bin Mani, etc., who have signed, accepted and support Amman Message. 
While reading the list, people will realize that the biggest threat to Islam, after the Wahhabis' emergence in Arabian Peninsula, is from Ammanis in the World.
Ammanis are attempting to wipe out Islam from the Planet Earth and replace it with "Ammanism" in which everyone is regarded as true believer, irrespective of his faith, and people are free to visit temples, churches, gurduwaras, mosques, etc., for their individual / group worship to their Gods and Deities.
Ammani's combo perception, and mixing of all religions into one is against commandment of Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) and His Prophet ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم). 
It is in Quran - فَأَعْرِضْ عَن مَّن تَوَلَّىٰ عَن ذِكْرِنَا وَلَمْ يُرِدْ إِلَّا الْحَيَاةَ الدُّنْيَا  [ Meaning - Therefore shun those who turn away from Our Message and desire nothing but the life of this world. ] ( An Najm - 29)
We pray Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) to save Islam and Muslims from Ammani's formidable threat.
The following list contains names of politicians, Head of States, and Scholars of various Muslim Sects who have signed the Amman Message. 


  1. H.E. Mr. Hamid Karzai
  2. Amb. Nusair Ahmad Nour
    Afghani Ambassador to Qatar, Islamic Envoy of the Government of Afghanistan

  4. H.E. Mr. Florent Celiku
    Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
  5. Mr. Tahir Zenelhasani 

  7. H.E. Mr. Abdel Aziz Belkhadem
    Minister of Foreign Affairs
  8. H.E. Lakhdar Ibrahimi
    Special Envoy of the Secretary General of the United Nations; Former Foreign Minister of Algeria
  9. Prof. Dr. Abd Allah bin al-Hajj Muhammad Al Ghulam Allah
    Minister of Religious Affairs
  10. Dr. Mustafa Sharif
    Minister of Higher Education and Former Algerian Ambassador in Cairo
  11. Shaykh Yusuf bin Mahdi 
    Professor and Member of the Fatwa Committee in Algeria
  12. Dr. Sa‘id Shayban
    Former Minister of Religious Affairs
  13. Prof. Dr. Ammar Al-Talibi
    Department of Philosophy, University of Algeria
  14. Mr. Abu Jara Al-Sultani
    Head of the Algerian Peace Society Movement
  15. Dr. Ammar Jaydal
    Batina University
  16. Dr. Muhammad Zurman
    Batina University

  18. Shaykh Salim ‘Ulwan al-Hassani
    Secretary General Darulfatwa, Islamic High Council
  19. Ms. Maha Karim Abdo 
  20. AUSTRIA 

  21. Prof. Anas Al-Shaqfa
    Head of the Islamic Commission
  22. Ayman Aly 
    Federation of the Islamic Organizations in Europe, Graz
  23. Mr. Tarafa Baghajati
    Initiative of Austrian Muslims

  25. H.E. Mr. Ilham Aliev
  26. Allah-Shakur bin Hemmat Bashazada
    Grand Mufti & Head of Muslim Admn of  Caucasus

  28. H.M. King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa 
  29. Shaykh Dr. Muhammad Ali Al-Sutri
    Minister of Justice
  30. Dr. Farid bin Ya‘qub Al-Miftah
    Undersecretary of the Ministry for Islamic Affairs
  31. Mr. Mansour Al-Jamri 
  32. Dr. Ibrahim Fadil Al-Dibbo
    Professor, Faculty of Humanities, University of Bahrain

  34. H.E. Begum Khaleda Zia
    Prime Minister
  35. Prof. Dr. Abu Al-Hasan Sadiq
    President of the Asian University of Bangladesh
  36. Prof. Shamshir Ali
    President of the Academy of Sciences and University Vice-President
  37. BELGIUM 

  38. Mr. Ismail Batakli
    Professor of Islamic Studies
  39. Mr. Mohamed Boulif
    President, Islamic Executive Council
  40. Mr. Ahmed Bouziane 
  41. Dr. Karim Chemlal 
    Pasteur Institute, Lille
  42. Mrs. Malika Hamidi-Hosseinpour
    Coordinator, European Muslim Network
  43. Mr. Ibrahim Kocaoglu 
  44. Sheikh Yacob Mahi
    Professor of Islamic Studies, Athénée Royal Léonardo da Vinci
  45. Dr. Abdelmajid Mhauchi 
    Professor of Islamic Studies
  46. Mr. Khallad Swaid
    President, Forum of the European Muslim Youth
    and Student Organization (FEMYSO)

  48. H.E. Mr. Dzulkifli Salami
    Senior Minister of Planning, Economy and Development
  49. Shaykh Fathi Shitu 

  51. Prof. Dr. Shaykh Mustafa Ceric
    Head of the ‘Ulama’ and Grand Mufti of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  52. Prof. Hasan Makic
    Mufti of Bihac
  53. H.E. Professor Enes Karic
    Professor in Faculty of Islamic Studies
  54. Prof. Anes Ljevakovic 
    Researcher and Lecturer, Islamic Studies College
  55. Dr. Ahmet Alibasic
    Lecturer, Faculty of Islamic Studies, Sarajevo
  56. Mr. Amer Bukvic 
    Islamic Development Bank
  57. Imam Senaid Kobilica 
    Vice President, Islamic Council of Norway
  58. Mr. Mirnes Kovac
    Journalist, Preporod Islamic Newspaper
  59. Dr. Sukrija Ramic
    University of Zenica

  61. H.M. Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah 
  62. Prof. Suhaili bin Hajj Muhyi Al-Din
    Deputy Mufti of Brunei

  64. H.E. Mr. Youssouf Ouedraogo
    Minister of State, Minister of Foreign Affairs
  65. Dr. Abu Bakr Dakuri
    Member of the Executive Council, ISESCO
  66. BRAZIL 

  67. Shaykh Ali Muhammad Abduni
    Representative of the International Islamic Youth Club in Latin America; Accredited Religious Representative of the Dar Al-Fatwa of the Republic of
    Lebanon in Sao Paolo

  69. H.E. Mr. Marfa Hamidou Yaya
    Minister of State
  70. Shaykh Mahmud Malbakri
    Imam, Grand Mosque and President of the Council of ‘Ulama’
  71. CANADA

  72. Shaykh Faraz Rabbani 
    Hanafi Scholar,
  73. Mr. Fouzan Khan
    Reviving the Islamic Spirit Organization

  75. H.E. Mr. Idris Derby
  76. Shaykh Dr. Hussein Hasan Abkar
    President, Higher Council; for Islamic Affairs
    Imam of Muslims, Chad
  77. Mr. Tijani Sabun Muhammad 

  79. H.E. Mr. Kub Mohamed Lisharti
    Deputy President

  81. H.E. Mr. Hamza Salleh
    Ambassador in Riyadh
  82. DENMARK 

  83. Imam Fatih Alev
    Danish Association of Cybermuslims

  85. H.E. Mr. Ismail Omar Gulleh
  86. Shaykh Abd Al-Rahman Sulayman Bashir
    Member of the Higher Judiciary Council

  88. H.E. Mr. Mohamed Hosni Mubarak
  89. H.E. Grand Imam Prof. Dr. Muhammad Sayyid Tantawi
    Shaykh al-Azhar
  90. Prof. Dr. Mahmud Hamdi Zaqzuq
    Minister of Religious Affairs
  91. Prof. Dr. Ali Jumu‘a
    Grand Mufti of the Arab Republic of Egypt
  92. Prof. Dr. Ahmad Muhammad Al-Tayyib
    President of Al-Azhar University
  93. Prof. Dr. Kamal Abu Al-Majd
    Islamic Intellectual; Former Minister of Information; Attorney in the Court of Cassation and International Specialist in Judiciary Affairs
  94. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Al-Ahmadi Abu Al-Nur
    Former Minister of Religious Affairs in the Arab Republic of Egypt; Professor in the Faculty of Islamic Law, Yarmouk University, Jordan
  95. Prof. Dr. Fawzi Al-Zifzaf
    Chairman of the Permanent Committee of Noble Al-Azhar for Dialogue Among the Heavenly Religions; Member of the Academy of Islamic Research
  96. Prof. Dr. Hasan Hanafi
    Researcher and Islamic Intellectual, Department of Philosophy, Cairo University; Fellow of the Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought
  97. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Muhammad Al-Kahlawi
    Secretary of the General Union of Islamic Archaeologists; Dean of the Faculty of Antiquities, Fayyum Branch, Cairo University
  98. Prof. Dr. Ayman Fuad Sayyid
    Former Secretary General, Dar al-Kutub Al-Misriyya
  99. Shaykh Dr. Zaghlul Najjar
    Head of the Committee on The Miraculous Nature of Qur’an in Higher Council for Islamic Affairs, Egypt
  100. Shaykh Moez Masood
    Islamic Missionary
  101. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Al-Dasuqi
    Researcher and Member of the Forum for the
    Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Jurisprudence
  102. Mr. Amr Khaled
    Islamic Missionary
  103. Mr. Bara Kherigi
    Director, Awakening Records
  104. Dr. Heba Raouf Ezzat
    Department of Political Science, Cairo University
  105. Dr. Ja‘far Abdussalam
    President of the League of Islamic Universities
  106. Dr. Shawqi Ahmad Dunya
    Dean of the (Womens’) Faculty of Commerce, Al-Azhar University
  107. Dr. ‘Umar ‘Abd Al-Kafi 
  108. Dr. Huda ‘Abd Al-Sami‘ 
  109. Eng. ‘Amr Faruk Farid 
  110. Mr. Muhammad Al-Samman Lutfi 
  111. Eng. Abu Al-‘Ala Madi 
  112. Dr. ‘Abd Al-Wahhab Al-Masiri 
  113. Dr. ‘Abd Al-Halim Oweis 
  114. Mr. Ahmad Sha‘ban 
  115. Mr. Husam Tammam 
  116. Mr. Muntasir Al-Zayyat 
  117. Dr. Raged al-Sirjani 
  118. Dr. Muhammad Hidaya 
  119. Dr. Muhammad Abd al-Mun‘im Abu Zayd
    Professor, Faculty of Shari‘ah, Department of Islamic Economics, Yarmouk University

  121. Shaykh Prof. Dalil Abu Bakr
    Chairman of the France Supreme Council of the Islamic Religion and Dean of the Paris Mosque
  122. Dr. Husayn Rais
    Director of Cultural Affairs, Paris Grand Mosque
  123. Prof. Dr. Abd Al-Majid Al-Najjar
    President of the Islamic Centre, Paris
  124. Dr. Fouad Alaoui
    President, Union of Islamic Organizations in France
  125. Ms. Fatiha Ajbli 
  126. Ms. Siham Andalouci
    Member, Présence Musulman
  127. Dr. Ahmed Bakcan
    Representative, Milli Görüs
  128. Mr. Abdelwaheb Bakli
    President, Muslim Youth of France
  129. Shaykh Khalid Adlen Bentounes
    Alawiyah Sufi Order; Honorary President of the International Association of the Friends of Islam
  130. Mr. El Hadji Babou Biteye
    President, Muslim Students of France (EMF)
  131. Mr. Laj Thami Breze 
    Union of Islamic Organizations in France (UOIF)
  132. Mr. Haydar Demiryürek
    Secretary General, The Islamic Council of France
  133. Dr. Boubaker El Hadj Amor
    Treasurer, Union of Islamic Organizations in France
  134. Shaykh Ounis Guergah
    Head of the Fatwa House, Paris
  135. Prof. Dr. Ömer Faruk Harman
    DITIP, Germany
  136. Mr. Fouad Imarraine
    Collecive of Muslims of France
  137. Dr. Ahmed Jaballah
    Member of the European Council for Fatwa and Reseach, France
  138. Mrs. Noura Ben Hamouda Jaballah
    President of European women forum (France)
  139. Dr. Zuhair Mahmood
    Institute for the Human Sciences (IESH), Paris
  140. Dr. Mohamed Mestiri
    Director, Intl Institute of Islamic Thought, Paris
  141. Mr. Abdelmajid Najar 
  142. Ms. Nora Rami
    Free Community Organization, Paris
  143. Shaykh Zakaria Seddiki 
  144. Dr. Muhamad Bashari
    President, Federal Society for Muslims in France

  146. H.E. Elhadj Ali Bongo Awadamba
    Minister of National Defence and Chairman of Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs and Special Envoy of the President

  148. H.E. Alhaji Dr. Yahya A.J.J. Jammeh
  149. Mr. Samba Fall
    Minister of Foreign Affairs, Youth, Sport, and Religious Affairs Gambia.
  150. Prof. Dr. Omar Jah
    Former Deputy Assistant to the President for Special Assistance Programs at the Islamic Development Bank, Jeddah

  152. Prof. Dr. Murad Hofmann
    Former German Ambassador to Morocco; Intellectual and Researcher
  153. Shaykh Salah Al-Din Al-Ja‘farawi
    Assistant Secretary-General of World Council for Islamic Propagation
  154. Mr. Ridvan Çakir
    President, Turkish-Islamic Union of Germany
  155. Shaykh Bashir Ahmad Dultz
    German Muslim League
  156. Mr. Belal El-Mogaddedi
  157. Mr. Ibrahim F. El-Zayat π
    Head of Public Relations, Federation of Islamic Organisations in Europe (FIOE)
  158. Dr. Sabiha El-Zayat
    Centre for Islamic Women Studies, Institute for the Human Sciences (IESH), Paris
  159. Mr. Mesud Gülbahar
    IGMG President of Youth Organisations, Germany
  160. Mr. Ali Kizilkaya 
    Head, Islamic Council of Germany
  161. Dr. Eyüp A. Köhler 
  162. Mr. Michael Muhammed Abduh Pfaff
    German Muslim League
  163. Mr. Celal Tüter
    IGMG President of University Org., Germany
  164. Mr. Recep Yildirim 
    Europe Association of Turkish Cultural Centers, Germany
  165. Mr. Osman Yoba 
  166. Mr. Nabil Chabib 

  168. H.E. Mr. Cellou Dalein Diallo
    Prime Minister
  169. Mr. Al-Husayni Diallo
    Inspector General, Ministry of Justice
  170. Prof. Dr. Qutb Mustafa Sanu
    Department of Usul al-Fiqh, International Islamic University of Malaysia

  172. H.E. Maulana Mahmood Madani
    Member of Parliament; General Secretary, Jamiat Ulema-i-Hindi
  173. Prince Ja‘far Al-Sadiq Mufaddal Sayf Al-Din 
    Islamic Intellectual
  174. Prince Taha Sayf Al-Din
    Islamic Intellectual
  175. Prof. Dr. Sayyid Awsaf Ali
    President of Hamdard University
  176. Prof. Dr. Akhtar Al-Wasi
    Head of the Bureau of Islamic Studies, Dean of the College of Humanities and Languages; Director of the Dhakir Husayn Centre for Islamic Studies

  178. H.E. Dr. Alawi bin Shihab
    Coordinating Minister for People’s Welfare
    and Special Envoy of the President
  179. Dr Muhammad Maftuh Basyuni
    Minister of Religious Affairs
  180. Dr. Tutty Alawiyah
    President, Al-Shafi‘i Islamic University
  181. Amb. Rabhan Abd Al-Wahhab
    Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
  182. Shaykh Al-Hajj Ahmad Hashim Muzadi
    Chairman of the Central Board of Nahdlatul Ulama, Indonesia
  183. Shaykh Rozy Munir
    Vice-Chairman of the Central Board of Nahdlatul Ulama, Indonesia
  184. Mr. Muhamad Iqbal Sullam
    International Conference of Islamic Scholars, Indonesia
  185. Dr. Muhammad Masyuri Naim
    Professor, Islamic University
  186. Prof. Dr. M. Din Syamsuddin
    Chairman of Muhammadiyah

  188. Spiritual Leader Ayatollah Al-Sayyid Ali Khamenei
  189. H.E. Dr. Mahmood Ahmedinejad
  190. Grand Ayatollah Shaykh Muhammad Ali Al-Taskhiri
    Secretary General, Forum for the Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Jurisprudence
  191. Grand Ayatollah Al-Sayyid Fadil Lankarani 
  192. Grand Ayatollah Muhammad Waez-zadeh Al-Khorasani
    Former Secretary General, Forum for the Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Jurisprudence
  193. Grand Ayatollah Prof. Dr. Al-Sayyid Mustafa Mohaghegh Damad 
    Director of the Academy of Sciences; Justice in the Ministry of Justice; Head of the Inspectorate General
  194. Hujjat Al-Islam Dr. Mahmoud Mohammadi Iraqi
    Chairman of the Cultural League and Islamic Relations in the Islamic Republic of Iran
  195. Dr. Al-Sayyid Mahmoud Mar‘ashi Al-Najafi
    Head of the Grand Ayatollah Mar‘ashi Al-Najafi Library
  196. Dr. Muhammad Ali Adharshab
    Secretary-General, Arab-Iranian Friendship Society
  197. Mr. Murtada Hashim Bur Qadi
    Secretary-General, Bureau for International Relations, Great Islamic Encyclopaedia
  198. Shaykh Abbas Ali Sulaymani
    Representative of the Supreme Spiritual Leader in Eastern Iran
  199. Mr. Ghulam Rida Mirzai
    Member, Consultative Council
  200. Dr. Syed Muhammad Rida Khatimi
    Political leader; Former Deputy Speaker of the Iranian Parliament
  201. Shaykh Muhammad Shari‘ati
    Former Advisor to the President of Iran; Member of Parliament
  202. Amb. Muhammad Kazem Khuwansari
    Permanent Representative of Iran to the Organization of the Islamic Conference
  203. Mr. Ma Sha Allah Mahmoud Shams Al-Waithin
    Journalist and Writer
  204. Dr. Ruqayya Rustum Yurmaki
    Imam Sadiq University
  205. Dr. Mojgan Sakhaei
    Imam Sadiq University
  206. Shaykh Ahmad Mablaghi
    Professor, Qom Seminary
  207. Dr. Gholam Reza Noor-Mohammadi
    Director, Centre for Islamic Medical Research, Imam al-Sadiq University, Qom;
    Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tehran
  208. Shaykh Hassan Jawahiri Zadeh
    Professor, Religious Seminary, Qom

  210. H.E. Mr. Jalal Talabani
  211. Grand Ayatollah Al-Sayyid Ali Sistani 
  212. Grand Ayatollah Shaykh Ishaq Al-Fayad 
  213. Grand Ayatollah Al-Sayyid Muhammad Sa‘id Al-Hakim 
  214. Grand Ayatollah Shaykh Bashir Al-Najafi 
  215. Grand Ayatollah Al-Sayyid Shaykh Hussein Isma‘il Al-Sadr 
  216. Grand Ayatollah Shaykh Husayn Al-Mu‘ayyad
    Knowledge Forum, Baghdad
  217. Grand Ayatollah Ahmad al-Bahadili
    Islamic Missionary
  218. Shaykh Dr. Harith Al-Dari
    Head of Ulema organization
  219. Dr. Muhsin ‘Abd Al-Hamid 
  220. Dr. Ahmad Abd Al-Ghaffur Al-Samara‘i
    Head of the Diwan of the Sunni Waqf
  221. Al-Sayyid Abd al-Sahib Al-Khoei
    Secretary General, Imam Al-Khoei Benevolent Foundation
  222. Al-Sayyid Muhammad Al-Musawi
    Secretary General, World Islamic Ahl Al-Bayt League
  223. Shaykh Dr. Mahmoud Muhammad Dawud Al-Sumayda‘i 
  224. Prof. Dr. Abd Al-Aziz Al-Duri 
    Researcher and Historian, Department of History, University of Jordan; Fellow of Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought
  225. Prof. Dr. Bashshar Awwad Marouf
    Researcher and Editor; Fellow of Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought
  226. Shaykh Abbas Ali Kashif Al-Ghita
    College of Islamic Studies, University of al-Kufa
  227. Dr. Abd Al-Hamid Al-Najdi
    Islamic Intellectual
  228. Shaykh Walid Faraj Allah Al-Asadi
    College of Islamic Studies, University of al-Kufa
  229. Shaykh Prof. Dr. Ahmad Al-Kubaysi
    Missionary and Islamic Intellectual
  230. Prof. Ghanem Jawad
    Director of Cultural Affairs, Khoei Benevolent Foundation
  231. Mr. Muhammad Allawi
    Assistant Director General, World Islamic Ahl Al-Bayt League
  232. Prof. Sa‘d Al-Malla
    Islamic Intellectual
  233. Dr. Mustafa Abd Al-Ilah Kamal Al-Din
    Islamic Intellectual
  234. Prof. Dr. Adnan Ali Al-Faraji
    Islamic University
  235. Dr. Aziz Rashid Al-Dayini
    Islamic University
  236. Dr. Abd Al-Qadir Mustafa Al-Muhammadi
    Islamic University
  237. Mr. ‘Ala’ Al-Din Al-Mudarris
    Researcher and Historian

  239. Mr. Nooh al-Kaddo
    Director, Islamic Cultural Centre of Irelands
  240. ITALY  

  241. Mr. Yahya Sergio Pallavicini
    Vice President, Islamic Religious Community of Italy
  242. Dr. Ali Abu Shwaima
    Head, Islamic Centre of Milan

  244. H.M. King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein 
  245. Prof. Dr. HRH Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad
    Personal Envoy and Special Advisor to HM King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein;
    Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Aal al-Bayt Institute for
    Islamic Thought
  246. Shaykh Izzedine Al-Khatib Al-Tamimi
    Islamic Affairs Advisor to HM the King; Chief Justice
  247. Prof. Dr. Abdul-Salam Al-Abbadi
    Former Minister of Islamic Affairs; President, Aal al-Bayt University
  248. Prof. Dr. Shaykh Ahmad Hlayyel
    Advisor to HM the King and Imam of the Royal Court
  249. Shaykh Said Al-Hijjawi
    Grand Mufti of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
  250. Mr. Akel Bultaji
    Advisor to HM the King
  251. Prof. Dr. Khalid Touqan
    Minister of Education; Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research
  252. H.E. Shaykh Salim Falahat
    Director General of the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan
  253. H.E. Shaykh Dr. Abd Al-Aziz Khayyat
    Former Minister of Religious Affairs
  254. Shaykh Nuh Al-Quda
    Former Mufti of the Jordanian Armed Forces
  255. Prof. Dr. Khalid Al-Karaki
    Deputy-Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Aal al-Bayt
    Institute for Islamic Thought; President of Jerash Private University
  256. Prof. Dr. Ishaq Al-Farhan
    President of Zarqa Private University;
    Former Minister of Education
  257. Prof. Kamil Ismail Hamdan Al-Sharif
    Secretary General, International Council for Islamic Propagation and Relief
  258. Dr. Abd Al-Latif Arabiyyat
    Former Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament;
    Chairman of the Consultative Committee of the Islamic Action Front
  259. Shaykh Abd Al-Karim Salim Sulayman Al-Khasawneh 
    Grand Mufti of the Jordanian Armed Forces
  260. Prof. Dr. Adel Al-Toweisi §
    Former President of Aal al-Bayt University; Minister of Culture
  261. Prof. Dr. Yusuf Al-Ghaydhan
    Dean of the University Faculty of Religion, Balqa’ Applied University
  262. Shaykh Hasan Al-Saqqaf
    Advisor to the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Aal al-Bayt
    Institute for Islamic Thought; Director of Imam Al-Nawawi Publishers and Distributors
  263. Eng. Marwan Al-Faouri
    Chairman of the Forum for Moderation in Thought and Culture
  264. Mrs. Nawal Al-Faouri
    Educator and Islamic Intellectual
  265. Prof. Dr. Abd Al-Nasir Abu Al-Basal
    Former Dean of the Faculty of Islamic Law, Yarmouk University
  266. Mr. Bilal Al-Tal
    Editor-in-Chief, Liwa’ Newspaper
  267. Prof. Dr. Azmi Taha Al-Sayyid
    College of Jurisprudential and Legal Studies, Aal al-Bayt University
  268. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Hisham Sultan
    Vice-President for Islamic Studies, Aal al-Bayt University
  269. Prof. Dr. Ziyad Al-Daghamin
    Dean of the College of Jurisprudential and Juridical Studies,
    Head of the Preparatory Committee of the Internal Islamic Conference
  270. Dr. Rashid Sa‘id Shahwan
    Faculty of Islamic Propagation and the Fundamentals of Religion, Balqa Applied University
  271. Prof. Dr. Qahtan Al-Duri
    Aal al-Bayt University
  272. Prof. Dr. Sharif Al-Shaykh Salih Al-Khatib
    Aal al-Bayt University
  273. Prof. Dr. Abd Al-Majid Al-Salahin
    Dean of the College of Islamic Law, Univ of Jordan
  274. Dr. Hayil ‘Abd Al-Hafiz 
  275. Shaykh ‘Abd Al-Karim Al-‘Akor 
  276. Mr. Haytham Al-‘Amayreh 
  277. Dr. Muhammad Al-Khatib 
  278. Mr. Hatim Al-Manasir 
  279. Dr. Malik Al-Moumini 
  280. Dr. Muhammad Al-Qada 
  281. Dr. Fayez Al-Rabi‘ 

  283. H.E. Mr. Askar Mussinov
    Ambassador in Riyadh and Spl Envoy of President
  284. KENYA 

  285. Shaykh Abdullahi Abdi
    Chief Executive Officer, Northern Aid

  287. H.H. Shaykh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah
    Prime Minister
  288. Dr. Abdullah Matuq al-Matuq
    Minister of Awqaf and Religious Affairs
  289. Prof. Dr. Abdullah Yusuf Al-Ghoneim
    Head of the Kuwaiti Centre for Research and Study
  290. Dr. Adel Abdullah Al-Fallah
    Undersecretary of the Ministry of Religious Affairs
  291. Dr. Mohamed Abdul Ghaffar Al-Sharif
    Secy-Gen, Secretariat General of Religious Affairs
  292. Dr. Muhammad Abd Allah Ja‘far Al-Sharif 
    Undersecretary of Waqf Foundation
  293. Dr. Khaled Madhkour Abdallah Madhkour
    Professor, Faculty of Shari‘ah, University of Kuwait
  294. Mr. Mutlaq Rashed Al-Qarawi 
  295. Shaykh Dr. ‘Ajil Jassim al-Nashami 
    Professor, Faculty of Shari‘ah, University of Kuwait
  296. Dr. Ahmad Raja‘i al-Jundi 
    Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences, Kuwait

  298. H.E. Mr. Dastan Sarygulov
    Secretary of State

  300. H.E. Mr. Fouad Sinoura
    Prime Minister
  301. Prof. Dr. Hisham Nashabeh
    Chairman of the Board of Higher Education
    Dean of Education at Makassed Association
  302. Al-Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Fadlallah
  303. Shaykh Muhammad Rashid Qabbani
    Grand Mufti, Rep of Lebanon (Mufti  Sunni Muslims)
  304. Prof. Dr. Sayyid Hani Fahs
    Member of the Higher Shi‘i Council
  305. Shaykh Abdullah al-Harari
    Head of the Habashi Order
  306. Prof. Dr. Ridwan Al-Sayyid
    Faculty of Humanities, Lebanese University; Editor-in-Chief, Al-Ijtihad Magazine
  307. Prof. Muhammad Al-Sammak
    Secretary-General of the National Council for Islamic-Christian Dialogue; Secretary-General for the Islamic Spiritual Summit
  308. Ja‘fari Qadi Shaykh Asad Allah Al-Harashi
    Higher Islamic Shi‘i Council
  309. Shaykh Khalil Al-Mays
    Mufti of Zahleh and Western Beqa‘
  310. Shaykh Abd Al-Emir Qublan
    Deputy Head of the Higher Shi‘i Counci
  311. Prof. Dr. Zakariyya Abd Al-Razzaq Al-Misri
    Imam Al-Awza‘i University
  312. Prof. Dr. Ahmad Al-Sahmarani
    Imam Al-Awza‘i University
  313. Dr. Muhammad ‘Assaf 
  314. Dr. As‘ad Al-Sahmarani 
  315. Shaykh Abd Al-Naser Jabri 
  316. Shaykh Jamil Muhammad Husseini
  317. Mr. Hasan Farhat 

  319. H.E. Mr. Abdel Rahman Mohamed Shalqam
    Minister of Foreign Affairs
  320. Prof. Ibrahim Ali Abu Al-Qasim Al-Rabu
    Secretary of the Office of Conferences, International Islamic Propagation Society
  321. Dr. Al-Ujaili Farhat Al-Miri
    Official for Dialogue in the International Islamic Popular Leadership
  322. Dr. Muhammad Al-Ziyadi
    President, International Islamic Call University
  323. Prof. Dr. Hamzah Abu Faris
    Al-Fatih University
  324. Mr. Abd Al-Salam Muhammad Al-Sharif Al-Alim
    Al-Fatih University

  326. Mr. Rufat Sherifi 
  327. MALAYSIA  

  328. H.E. Dato’ Seri Abdullah bin Haji Ahmad Badawi
    Prime Minister
  329. Dr. Anwar Ibrahim
    Former Deputy Prime Minister
  330. Dato’ Dr. Abdul Hamid Othman
    Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister
  331. Prof. Dr. Kamal Hasan
    President of the Islamic International University, Kuala Lumpur
  332. Prof. Dr. Mohammad Hashim Kamali
    Dean of the International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilisation
  333. Mr. Shahidan Kasem
    First Minister of Perlis State, Malaysia
  334. Mr. Khayri Jamal Al-Din
    Deputy Chairman for the Youth Sector, the United Malays
    National Organisation
  335. Dr. Salih Qadir Karim Al-Zanki
    International Islamic University
  336. MALDIVES  

  337. H.E. Mr. Maumoon Abdul Gayoom
  338. Dr. Mahmud Al-Shawqi
    Minister of Education
  339. Shaykh Mohamed Rasheed Ibrahim
    President of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs

  341. H.E. Mr. Amadou Toumani Toure
  342. Mr. Sidi Mohamed Youssouf Djire
    General President of the Islamic Foundation for Production

  344. H.E. Mr. Al Ould Mohamed Fal
  345. H.E. Shaykh Abdallah Bin Bayyah
    Former Vice President of Mauritania; Vice President of the International Union of Muslim Scholars
  346. Mr. Al-Hajj Wuld Al-Haji Ahmad
    Advisor to the Minister of Education and Islamic Guidance
  347. Mr. Cheikhna Bin Bayyah

  349. Shaykh Ghulam Muhammad
    Chairman and Secretary General of the Blue Crescent Society
  350. MOLDOVA

  351. Mr. Abdulraheem Aljabari 

  353. H.M. King Mohammed VI 
  354. Prof. Dr. Abbas Al-Jarari
    Advisor to HM the King
  355. Prof. Dr. Abd Al-Hadi Bu Talib
    Former Advisor to HM the King
  356. Amb. Al-Makki Kawan
    Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Kuwait,
    representing Dr. Ahmad Al-Tawfiq, Minister of Religious Affairs, Kingdom of Morocco
  357. Prof. Dr. Abdelhadi Al-Tazi
    Fellow of the Royal Moroccan Academy; Former Ambassador
  358. Prof. Dr. Mohammad Farouk Al-Nabhan
    Former Director of Dar Al-Hadith Al-Hasaniyya
  359. Prof. Dr. Ahmad Shawqi Benbin
    Director of the Hasaniyya Library
  360. Dr. Hamdati Chbihanna Malainine
    Member, Supreme Constitutional Council;
    President, Regional Scientific Council, Al-Qunaitra
  361. Prof. Dr. Najat Al-Marini
    Department of Arabic Language, Mohammed V University
  362. Dr. Abdul Filali Ansary
    Director, Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilizations, Aga Khan University
  363. Dr. Abdel-Kabeer Al-Madghari
    Former Minister of Waqf and Islamic Affairs
  364. Dr. Maryam Ayat Ahmad 
  365. Mr. Muhammad Al-Amin 
  366. Mr. Muhammad Tullabi 
  367. Dr. Sa‘d Al-Din Al-‘Uthmani 

  369. H.E. Mr. Aris Ali
    Minister of Education and Culture

  371. Mr. Zakaria Hamidi
    Director, New Horizon

  373. H.E. Mr. Hama Amadou
    Prime Minister

  375. H.E. Mr Ibrahim Mousa Kazawari
    Ambassador in Riyadh
  376. H.H. Prince Haji Ado Bayero
    Emir of Kano
  377. Mr. Sulayman Osho
    Secretary General of the Islamic Conference for Africa
  378. Dr. Ahmad Limu
    Head, Organization of the Islamic Endowment for Education and Guidance
  379. Dr. Al-Khidr Abd Al-Baqi Muhammad
    Researcher and Writer
  380. NORWAY 

  381. Mr. Brahim Belkilani 
    Journalist, ITRI
  382. Dr. Lena Larsen 
    Coordinator, The Oslo Coalition on Freedom of Religion or Belief, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo

  384. H.H. Al Syed Asaad bin Tareq Al Said
    Special Envoy of the Sultan
  385. Shaykh Ahmad bin Hamad Al-Khalili
    Grand Mufti of the Sultanate of Oman
  386. Shaykh Ahmad bin Sa‘ud Al-Siyabi
    General Secretary in the Office of the Grand Mufti
  387. Dr. Abd Allah Mubarak Al-Shanfari
    University Professor, University of Dhofar
  388. Shaykh Dr. Kahlan bin Nahban Al-Kharusi
    Jurisprudential Advisor in the Office for the Issuance of Fatwas
  389. Mr. Aflah bin Ahmad Al-Khalili
    Researcher in the Office for the Issuance of Fatwas
  390. Abd Al-Latif Al-Humaym 

  392. H.E. General Pervez Musharraf
  393. H.E. Ambassador Muhammad Aslam
    Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to Kuwait representing Dr. Muhammad I‘jaz Al-Haqq, Minister of Religious Affairs, Islamic Republic of Pakistan
  394. Shaykh Mufti Muhammad Taqi Uthmani
    Deputy Chairman, Islamic Fiqh Council, Jeddah;
    Vice President, Dar al-Ulum, Karachi
  395. Shaykh Dr. Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri
    Director General, Centre for Islamic Research, Minhajul Quran, Islamabad
  396. Prof. Dr. Zafar Ishaq Ansari
    Director General, Centre for Islamic Research, Islamabad
  397. Dr. Reza Shah-Kazemi
    Researcher and Islamic Intellectual
  398. H.E. Ambassador Arif Kamal
    Ambassador of the Republic of Pakistan to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
  399. H.E. Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Ahmad Ghazi
    President, Islamic University, Islamabad;
    Former Minister of Religious Affairs, Pakistan

  401. H.E. Mr. Ahmed Qorei
    Prime Minister
  402. Shaykh Dr. Ikrimah Sabri
    Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and All of Palestine;
    Imam of the Blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque
  403. Shaykh Taysir Rajab Al-Tamimi
    Chief Justice of Palestine
  404. Dr. Mustafa Mahmud Yusuf Abu Suway
    Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy
    and Islamic Studies in Al-Quds University
  405. Dr. Muhammad Ali Al-Salibi
    Al-Najah University
  406. Dr. Marwan Ali Al-Qaddumi
    Al-Najah University
  407. POLAND 

  408. Dr. Samir Ismail 
  409. PORTUGAL 

  410. Mr. Abdool Magid Vakil
    Chairman, Banco Efisa
  411. Mr. Sohail Nakhooda
    Editor-in-Chief, Islamica Magazine
  412. QATAR

  413. H.E. Shaykh Hamad bin Jassem Al Thani
    First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs
  414. Prof. Dr. Shaykh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi
    Director of the Sunna and Sira Council; Vice President of the International Union of Muslim Scholars
  415. Shaykh Thaqil bin Sayer Zayd Al-Shammari
    Justice, Court of Cassation, Member of the Supreme Judicial Council
  416. Prof. Dr. Aisha Al-Mana‘i
    Dean of the Faculty of Islamic Law, Univ of Qatar
  417. Abd Allah bin Zayd Al Mahmud
    Member of Prominent Persons Committee, Organization of the Islamic Conference
  418. Dr. Ali Muhyi Al-Din Qaradaghi
    Professor, Faculty of Shari‘ah, University of Qatar
  419. Dr. Ali Ahmad Al-Salus
    Professor, Faculty of Shari‘ah, University of Qatar
  420. Shaykh Mohammad Haj Yusuf Ahmad
    Imam, Doha Mosque

  422. Shaykh Rawi Ayn Al-Din,  Mufti; Head of the Muslim Religious Administration
  423. Prof. Dr. Said Hibatullah Kamilev
    Director, Moscow Institute of Islamic Civilisation
  424. Dr. Murad Murtazein
    President, Islamic University, Moscow
  425. Mr. Rushan Abassoof
    Director of External Affairs Department of Council of Muftis, Russia
  426. Mr. Yakupov Valiulla
    Assistant to the Chief Mufti of Tatarstan

  428. H.M. King Abdullah bin Abdel Aziz Al Saud
    King of Saudi Arabia; Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques
  429. Dr. Abd Al-Aziz bin Uthman Al-Touaijiri
    Director General, The Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO)
  430. H.E. Shaykh Abd Allah Sulayman bin Mani‘
    Member, Council of Senior ‘Ulama’ of Saudi Arabia
  431. Dr. Hassan bin Mohamed Safar
    Professor, Islamic Studies Department, Faculty of Humanities King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah
  432. Mr. Abobakr Abdelfatah 
  433. Shaykh Ali Baddahdah 
  434. Dr. Salih Al-Wuhaibi 
  435. Shaykh ‘Abd Allah Yahya 
  436. Mr. Nabil Abd Al-Ilah Nassif
    Asst to President for Assistance Affairs, IDB, Jeddah
  437. Dr. Muhammad Jabr Al-Alfi
    Professor, Higher Judiciary Institute, Department
    of Comparative Jurisprudence, Riyadh
  438. Dr. Muhammad bin Yahya bin Hasan Al-Najimi
    Associate Professor, King Fahd Defence College
  439. Dr. Ahmad Abd al-Alim Abd Al-Latif 
    Researcher, Department of Studies, The International
    Islamic Fiqh Academy, Jeddah
  440. Dr. Abd Al-Qahir Qamar
    Researcher, Department of Studies, The International
    Islamic Fiqh Academy, Jeddah
  441. Shaykh al-Habib Muhammad bin Abdurrahman al-Saqqaf 
  442. Dr. Mohamed Ali Al-Bar
    King Fahd Centre for Medical Research

  444. H.E. Mr. Abdoulaye Wade
  445. Mr. Al-Hajj Mustafa Sisi
    Special Advisor to the President of Senegal
  446. Prof. Abdallah Bah 
    President of the Union of Volunteers in Islamic Education and Culture
  447. Prof. Abadir Tiyam
    University Press and President of the National Society, Dakar
  448. Prof. Ahmad Mukhtar Embo
    Former Director General, UNESCO, Paris
  449. Prof. Rohan Mbaye
    Director, Islamic Institute, Dakar

  451. H.E. Alhaji Dr. Ahmad Tejan Kabbah

  453. Dr. Yaqub Ibrahim
    Minister of the Environment and Water Resources, and Muslim Affairs

  455. H.E. Mr. Abdullah Youssef Ahmed

  457. Shaykh Ibrahim Gabriels
    Head of South African ‘Ulama’
  458. SPAIN  

  459. Mr. Mansur Escudero
    Spanish Islamic Commission
  460. Mr. Ali Boussaid 
    Islamic League for Dialogue and Conviviality

  462. H.E. General Omar Hassan Al Bashir
  463. Abd Al-Rahman Sawar Al-Dhahab
    Former President of the Republic of Sudan
  464. Al-Imam Al-Sadiq Al-Mahdi
    Former Prime Minister of Sudan, Head of Ansar Movement
  465. Dr. Isam Ahmad Al-Bashir
    Minister of Guidance and Religious Affairs
  466. Mr. Tariq Ali Bakhit
    Director in the General Secretariat and
    Head of Cultural & Islamic Thought Commitee, Khartoum
  467. Prof. Dr. Izz al-Din Umar Musa
    Lecturer in the Department of History, Malik Saud University, Riyadh
  468. Dr. Muhammad Mahjub Harun
    Journalist and University Professor, University of Khartoum
  469. Dr. Ahmad Ali Al-Imam
    Advisor to the Sudanese President
  470. Dr. Mustafa ‘Uthman Isma‘il
    Former Foreign Minister of Sudan, Special Envoy of the Secretary General of the Arab League
  471. Dr. Ibrahim Ahmad Uthman
    Secretary General, Supreme Judiciary Council
  472. Dr. Ahmad Khaled Babacar
    Secretary General of the Islamic Fiqh Academy of Sudan
  473. SWEDEN

  474. Mr. Mahmoud Khalfi Driri 

  476. Prof. Tariq Ramadan
    Islamic intellectual

  478. H.E. Mr. Farouk Al-Sharaa’
    Minister of Foreign Affairs
  479. Shaykh Dr. Ahmad Badr Hasoun
    Grand Mufti of the Syrian Arab Republic
  480. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Sa‘id Ramadan Al-Buti
    Head of the Religion Department, Faculty of Law, University of Damascus
  481. Prof. Dr. Shaykh Wahba Mustafa Al-Zuhayli
    Head of Department of Islamic Jurisprudence and its Schools, Islamic Law Faculty, Damascus University
  482. Dr. Salah Al-Din Ahmad Kuftaro
    Director General, Shaykh Ahmad Kuftaro Academy and Islamic Intellectual
  483. Dr. Muhammad Tawfiq Sa‘id Al-Buti
    Professor of Shari‘ah at Damascus University
  484. Dr. Mahmud Al-Sayyid
    Academic Researcher in the Centre of Islamic Studies,
    School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
  485. Shaykh Abdallah Adhami
    Islamic missionary and scholar
  486. Dr. Muhammad Habash 
  487. Dr. Muhammad Abd al-Latif Saleh al-Farfur 
    Secretary General, International Scientific Academy
  488. Prof. Dr. Abd Al-Sattar Abu Ghuddah
    President of the United Shari‘ah Council of the Baraka Group, Jeddah

  490. H.E. Mr. Imam Aly Rahmanov
  491. THAILAND  

  492. Mr. Wan Muhammad Nur Matha
    Advisor to the Prime Minister
  493. Amb. Wiboon Khusakul
    Ambassador of Thailand in Baghdad

  495. H.E. Mr. Zarifou Ayéva
    Minister of Foreign Affairs

  497. Mr. Mohamed Al-Ghanousi
    Prime Minister
  498. Prof. Dr. Al-Hadi Al-Bakkoush
    Former Prime Minister of Tunisia
  499. Dr. Abu Baker Al-Akhzuri
    Minister of Religious Affairs
  500. Prof. Dr. Ali Al-Shabi
    Chairman of the Higher Islamic Council;
    Former Minister of Islamic Affairs
  501. Prof. Ibrahim Chabbouh
    Advisor to the Higher Chairman of the Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought; Director of the Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought
  502. Shaykh Dr. Mohammad Al Habib ibn Al Khojah
    Secretary-General of the International Islamic Fiqh Council, Jeddah
  503. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Al-Bashir Al-Buzaydi
    Director of the Higher Institute for the Fundamentals of Religion, Zaytuna University
  504. Mr. Ahmad Al-‘Ujaymi
    Advisor in the Office of the Secretary General of the
    Organization of the Islamic Conference
  505. Shaykh Dr. Rachid Ghannouchi
    Leader of Ennada
  506. Prof. Habib Shaybub
    Writer and Historian
  507. Dr. Amir Al-Zamali
    Advisor of Islamic World Affairs, International Committee for the Red Cross
  508. Dr. Shaykh Mohieddine Gadi
    The Higher Islamic Council, Tunis
  509. Shaykh Al-Tayyib Salama
    The Higher Islamic Council, Tunis

  511. H.E. Mr. Bulent Arinc
    President of the Grand Turkish Assembly
  512. Prof. Dr. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu
    Secretary-General, Organisation of the Islamic Conference
  513. H.E. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Aydin
    Minister of State, Government of Turkey
  514. Prof. Dr. Ali Bardakoglu
    Head of Religious Affairs Directorate
  515. Prof. Dr. Ali Auzak
    Head of the Endowment for Islamic Scientific Studies, Istanbul
  516. Prof. Dr. Mualla Saljuq
    Dean of the Faculty of Islamic Law, Ankara
  517. Prof. Dr. Mustafa Çagrici
    Grand Mufti of Istanbul and Professor of Islamic Philosophy
  518. Prof. Ibrahim Kafi Dönmez
    Professor of Islamic Jurisprudence at the University of Marmara
  519. Dr. Ali Ihsan Bala *
    Yüzüncü Yil University
  520. Mr. Ufuk Gökçen
    Advisor to the Secretary General of the OIC
  521. Mr. Mustafa Akyol
    Writer and journalist
  522. Dr. Muhammet Aruçi
    Turkish Religious Endownment (Diyanet Vakfi)
  523. Prof. Dr. Akif Aydin 
    Marmara University
  524. Mr. Kurtulu Aykan 
  525. Dr. Savas Barçin 
  526. Ms. Selin Bölme 
    Marmara University
  527. Prof. Ali Dere 
    Foreign Affairs Department, Presidency of Religious Affairs, Ankara
  528. Mr. Muammer Dumanli 
  529. Mr. Ahmet Hakan
  530. Dr. Ibrahim Kalin
    Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies, College of the Holy Cross, USA; Director, SETA Foundation, Ankara
  531. Prof. Recep Kaymakcan
    Assistant Professor of Religious Education, Sakarya University
  532. H.E. Ambassador Fazli Kesmir
    Counsellor Turkish Embassy and Permanent Representative of Turkey to FAO, Rome
  533. Dr. Abdülhamid Kirmizi 
  534. Mr. Fehmi Koru
    Journalist, Yeni Safak
  535. Dr. Ali Köse
    Lecturer, Faculty of Theology, Marmara University
  536. Mr. Talha Köse 
  537. Prof. Talip Küçukcan 
    Centre for Islamic Studies, Istanbul
  538. Ambassador Ömür Orhun
    OCSE Personal Representative on Combating Islamophobia
  539. Mr. Taha Özhan 
  540. Prof. Mehmet Paçaci 
    Faculty of Theology, Ankara University
  541. Mr. Ali Sarikaya
    President, Islamic Conference Youth Forum for Dialogue and Cooperation
  542. Prof. Bülent Senay
    Professor of Comparative Religion, Uludag University, Bursa
  543. Dr. Nazife Sisman 
  544. Dr. Ismail Taspinar
    Faculty of Theology, Marmara University
  545. Mr. Ahmet Selim Tekelioglu
    SETA, Anakara
  546. Dr. Nuri Tinaz 
    Centre for Islamic Studies, Istanbul
  547. Mrs. Ümare Yazar 
  548. Professor Ali Murat Yel
    Lecturer in Sociology and Anthropology, Fatih University

  550. H.E. Mr. Rashid Mirdov
    Minister of Foreign Affairs
  551. UKRAINE

  552. Mufti Shaykh Ahmad Tamim
    Mufti of Ukraine
  553. UGANDA  

  554. Mr. Anas Abdunnoor Kalissa
    Director of Research and Shari‘ah

  556. H.H. Shaykh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan
  557. H.H. Ambassador Nasir bin Abd Allah bin Hamdan 
  558. Mr. Ali bin Al-Sayyid Abd Al-Rahman Al-Hashim 
    Advisor to President for Judiciary and Religious Affairs
  559. Shaykh Muhammad Al-Banani
    Judge in the Supreme Federal Court
  560. Dr. Abd al-Salam Muhammad Darwish al-Marzuqi
    Judge in the Dubai Court
  561. Dr. Muhammad Abdulrahim Sultan Al-Ulama 
    Deputy-Dean of Scientific Research Affairs, United Arab Emirates University
  562. Dr. Hamad bin Al-Sheikh Ahmad Al-Chibani
    Director, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf
  563. Shaykh Mansur ‘Etah al-Minhali
    Secretary-General, Bureau for Islamic Affairs and Charitable Works, Dubai
  564. Dr. Ahmad Abdul Aziz Al-Haddad
    Chief Mufti, Bureau of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Works, Dubai
  565. Shaykh Talib Muhammad Al-Shehi
    Preacher, Ministry of Justice and Islamic Affairs
  566. Dr. Mahmud Ahmad Abu Layl
    Professor, Faculty of Shari‘ah, Al-‘Ain University
  567. Dr. Khalid Sulayman Al-Fahdawi 
  568. Dr. Ali Muhammad Ujla 
    Managing Editor, Manar Al-Islam Magazine
  569. Dr. Muhammad Al-Zuhaili
    Dean, Faculty of Shari‘ah, University of Sharjah

  571. Dr. Abbas Mahajarani
    Member of the Imam Al-Khoei Benevolent Foundation
  572. Dr. Hassan Shamsi Basha
    Expert, The International Islamic Fiqh Academy, Jeddah
  573. Mr. Shams Vellani 
    Director, Special Studies, The Institute of Ismaili Studies
  574. Dr. Farhad Daftary
    Associate Director, The Institute of Ismaili Studies
  575. Shaykh Yusuf Islam
    Islamic Missionary
  576. Dr. Fuad Nahdi
    Editor-in-Chief, Q-News International
  577. Shaykh Wanis Al-Mabrouk
    Representative of the Union of Muslim Organisations of UK & EIRE
  578. Mr. Sharif Banna 
    Co-Founder, Awakening Records;
    President, Union of Muslim Students in the UK
  579. Mr. Sami Yusuf
    Islamic singer
  580. Mohamed Abdul Aziz
    Director, Faithwise
  581. Dr. Manazir Ahsan
    Director, The Islamic Foundation
  582. Mr. Khurshid Ahmed
    British Muslim Forum (BMF)
  583. Mrs. Fareena Alam
    Editor, Q-News International
  584. Dr. Anas Shaikh-Ali
    Director, International Institute of Islamic Thought, London
  585. Mr. Ahmed Al-Rawi 
    President, Federation of Islamic Organisations in Europe
  586. Mr. Ismail Amla 
  587. Mr. Iqbal Asaria 
    Finance Director, Muslim Council of Britain
  588. Dr. Mehmet Asutay 
    Department of Economics, Durham University
  589. Mr. Yasar Çolak 
    Counsellor for Turkish Religious Affairs in London
  590. Mr. Said Ferjani
    Muslim Association of Britain
  591. Dr. Sophie Gilliat-Ray 
    Cardiff University
  592. Mr. AbdelRahman Helbawy 
  593. Mr. Dilwar Hussain 
    The Islamic Foundation
  594. Mrs. Sarah Joseph 
    Editor, Emel Magazine
  595. Mr. Wakkas Khan
    President, FOSIS
  596. Mr. Mustafa Köker 
    Chief Editor, Haber Newspapers (Turkish)
  597. Ms. Maleiha Malik
    Department of Law, King’s College
  598. Ms. Unaiza Malik
    Muslim Council of Britain
  599. Mr. Ahmed Sheikh Mohamed 
  600. Dr. Mohamed Mukadam 
    Association of Muslim Schools
  601. Mr. Ahmed Musawi 
  602. Prof. Farhan Nizami 
    Director, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies
  603. Mr. Habibur Rahman 
  604. Sir Iqbal Sacranie
    Former Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain
  605. Shaykh Haytham Tamim 
    Utrujj Institute
  606. Mr. Ahmed Versi 
    Editor, The Muslim News
  607. Mr. Shaukat Warraich
    Community leader
  608. Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad / Tim Winter
    Lecturer, University of Cambridge
  609. Mr. Haider Ali
    Book distributor

  611. H.E. Prof. Dr. Seyyed Hossein Nasr
    Author and Professor of Islamic Studies at the George Washington University
  612. Shaykh Hamza Yusuf Hanson
    President of the Zaytuna Institute
  613. Shaykh Faisal Abdur Rauf
    Imam of New York City Central Mosque
  614. Prof. Dr. Ingrid Mattson
    Professor of Islamic Studies, Hartford Seminary;
    President of the Islamic Society of North America
  615. Prof. Dr. Suleiman Abdallah Schleifer
    Director Emeritus of the Adham Center for Television Journalism
  616. Mr. Nihad Awad
    Executive Director, Council on American-Islamic Relations
  617. Shaykh Nuh Ha Mim Keller
    Islamic Missionary and Intellectual;
    Fellow of the Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought
  618. Sheikh Suhaib D. Webb 
    Islamic Missionary
  619. Dr. Caner Dagli 
    Special Advisor for Interfaith Affairs, Royal Hashemite Court of Jordan; Professor of Islamic Studies, Roanoke College, USA
  620. Prof. James Morris
    Univesity of Exeter
  621. Mr. Radwan Al-Masmudi 
  622. Prof. Joseph Lumbard
    Former Special Assistant to H.M. King Abdullah II for Interfaith Affairs

  624. H.E. Mr. Shawkat Sirdayev
    Prime Minister
  625. Shaykh Muhammad Al-Sadiq Muhammad Yusuf
    Grand Mufti of the Republic
  626. Prof. Yusufov Ortoqbek
    Islamic Intellectual

  628. H.E. General Ali Abdullah Saleh
  629. Shaykh Muhammad bin Muhammad Isma‘il Al-Mansur 
  630. Shaykh Humud bin ‘Abbas al-Mu‘ayyad 
  631. Shaykh Ibrahim bin Muhammad Al-Wazir
    Secretary General of the Islamic Unification and Works Movement
  632. Shaykh Habib ‘Umar bin Muhammad bin Salim bin Hafiz
    Principal, Dar al-Mustafa, Tarim
  633. Shaykh Al-Habib ‘Ali Al-Jifri
    Islamic Missionary and Intellectual
  634. Shaykh Muhammad Abduh Umar
    Head, Bureau of Direction and Guidance, Permanent Committee of the General People’s Conference
  635. Prof. Dr. Husayn Al-Umari
    Member of the Consultative Committee, Member of the UNESCO Executive Committee; Professor of Modern History, University of Sana‘a’