Tuesday, December 29, 2015

ISIS Fatwa Tells Muslims To Eat Infidels

ISIS Fatwa Tells Muslims To Eat Infidels and Harvest Their Organs With Impunity To Save Muslim Lives

Palestinian Muslims feasting on human flesh

By on December 26, 2015

A recently uncovered ISIS Fatwa enjoins fellow Muslims to eat infidels and harvest their organs as a means to save the lives of sick or starving Muslims.

This was no hastily though out document. The Fatwa was thoroughly referenced through Islamic Sacred Scripture and Tradition as well as with the opinion major Muslim thinkers such as Hanafi and Maliki schools. 

Indeed, cannibalism is not explicitly forbidden by Islam and has always been a subject of debate because since in Islam a man’s humanity comes from his belief in and practice of Islam. 

As such, a non-Muslim is not a human and, therefore, if he is not a human, he can be treated as an animal. Since cannibalism is not explicitly forbidden (in contrast with eating pork), one can argue the question is not whether cannibalism is forbidden, but how permissible it may be.

We have reported before on Shoebat.com about Muslim cannibalism and how Muslim scholars agree that cannibalism is Islamically permissible, including an amazing story about actual slaughterhouses where Muslims were butchering Christians just like animals.

Here are copies of the Fatwa. Click on the images or links to read the full text:


Islamic State has sanctioned the harvesting of human organs in a previously undisclosed ruling by the group’s Islamic scholars, raising concerns that the violent extremist group may be trafficking in body parts.

The ruling, contained in a January 31, 2015 document reviewed by Reuters, says taking organs from a living captive to save a Muslim’s life, even if it is fatal for the captive, is permissible.

“The apostate’s life and organs don’t have to be respected and may be taken with impunity,” says the document, which is in the form of a fatwa, or religious ruling, from the Islamic State’s Research and Fatwa Committee. 

“Organs that end the captive’s life if removed: The removal of that type is also not prohibited,” Fatwa Number 68 says, according to a U.S. government translation.   
The document does not offer any proof that Islamic State actually engages in organ harvesting or organ trafficking. But it does provide religious sanction for doing so under the group’s harsh interpretation of Islam – which is rejected by most Muslims. Previously, Iraq has accused Islamic State of harvesting human organs and trafficking them for profit.

The document does not define “apostate,” though the Islamic State has killed or imprisoned non-Muslims, such as Christians and Shiite Muslims, as well as Sunni Muslims who don’t follow its extremist views.



1 comment:

marie said...

Please do not come to America as Americans are not on the menu. Thank you.