No one hurt, but based on peace and tolerance.
And respects other religions by Islam does not discriminate between humans and another color.
It is a religion of tolerance and a representative of the Word of God and a source through the Prophet Muhammad and headed him.
The Islamic religion believe in all religions.
But some tarnish the image of Islam for political purposes and conflicts Houdarihogerha.
But should we as human beings should not take the views of others.
We must search for the truth.
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November 9, 2004
Text of the Amman Message that was delivered by His Eminence Sheikh Izz-Eddine AlKhatib Al-Tamimi, Advisor to His Majesty King Abdullah II for Islamic Affairs,
Chairman of the Iftaa’ Council and Chief Justice of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, in
the presence of His Majesty King Abdullah at the Hashimiyeen Mosque on the occasion
of Laylet Al Qader.

In the name of God, Most Merciful, Most Compassionate;
Prayers and Salutations upon His chosen Prophet,
upon the Prophet’s household, his courageous companions,

and all the apostles and prophets:

God Almighty said: “Mankind ! We created you from a pair of a male and
female, and made you into nations and tribes that ye may know each other. The
most honoured of you in the sight of God is the most righteous of you”
(Al Hujurat: 13).

Amman, the capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, seizes the opportunity of this
Holy Month of Ramadan, in which the Holy Quran was revealed, to issue a statement to the

public, to our brethren in Muslim lands and in this whole world.
We are aware of the dangers and challenges the Islamic Nation is facing today at this
difficult juncture of its course. Evils threaten its identity, incite disunity, tarnish its religion
and assail its tenets; they attack fiercely the very message of Islam. Some who attack Islam
imagine it is their enemy. But it is not their enemy. Others, who claim to belong to Islam,
have done gruesome and criminal acts in its name. The message that is under attack is the
message of tolerance, revealed by the Almighty to His prophet Muhammad, God’s prayers
and salutations be upon him, and carried after him by his orthodox successors and

household members: a message of brotherhood and humanity; forming a righteous religion
that embraces the entire sphere of human life, upholding what is good and forbidding what
is wrong, accepting of others, and honouring all human beings.
Over many years, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has sought to repel assaults on

Islam by halting the fallacies against it and promoting true understanding of the faith. These
efforts are inspired by the religious and historical legacy of the Hashemite monarchy,

honoured as direct descendants of the Prophet, the Messenger of God. For five decades, his
late Majesty King Hussein Bin Talal, God rest his soul, persisted tirelessly to reform the
image and support the unity of the world’s Muslims. His Majesty King Abdullah II has
continued this effort with the same steadfastness since the day he held the flag. Today, His
Majesty is determined to ward off Muslim marginalization and isolation in the global 2
movement of human society. His goal is to assert what the world’s 1.2 billion Muslims
expect themselves to be: full partners in the development of human civilization, and in the
progress of humanity in our age.
The Muslim faith is based on belief in one God and the message of His Prophet; the
daily prayers by which we connect to our Creator; the Ramadan fast in which we resist and
discipline the desires of the body; the Zakat charitable tax by which we help others; and the

Haj pilgrimage to God’s House, Mecca, which represents the unity of the Nation (the
Ummah), and is performed by those who are able. These obligations, regulating human
behaviour in all its dimensions, have created a strong and cohesive Nation and a great
civilization. Equally important, they reflect deep principles that are needed for humanity’s
own good: unity of the human race, equal rights and obligations, peace, security, social
equality, the honouring of pledges, neighborliness and respect for others, and the protection
of belongings and property.

Islam’s principles also provide common ground among different faiths and peoples.
The origin of divine religions is one, and Muslims believe in all messengers of God; denying
the message of any of them is a deviation from Islam. This furnishes a wide platform upon
which peoples of different faiths can meet together, with respect for others’ ideas and faiths,

and act in common in the service of human society:

“The messenger believeth in that which hath been revealed unto him from his Lord
and (so do) the believers. Each one believeth in God and his angels and His
scriptures and his messengers – We make no distinction between any of His
messengers – and they say: We hear, and we obey. (Grant us) Thy forgiveness,
our Lord. Unto thee is the journeying” (Al Baqara: 285).
Islam honours every human being, without distinction of colour, race or religion:
We have honoured the sons of Adam, provided them transport on land and sea,
sustained them with good things, and conferred on them special favours above a
great part of our creation (Al Isra’a: 70)
Islam also affirms that Muslims, when spreading the call of God, are called to act gently
on earth.

Invite to the way of the Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching and argue with
them in ways that are best and most gracious (Al Nahl: 125)
Because the Islamic mission is based on reason, Muslims are to shun violence and
cruelty, and speak with kindness and respect:
It is part of the Mercy of God that thou dost deal gently with them, wert thou
severe or harsh-hearted, they would have broken away from about thee. So pardon

them and ask forgiveness for them and consult with them upon the conduct of
affairs. (Aal Imran: 159) 3
Islam clarified that its message is to bring mercy to all peoples:
We sent thee not save as a Mercy for all creatures (Al Anbiya’a: 107)
Prophet Muhammad, Peace Be Unto Him, emphasized the concepts of compassion and
tenderness in Islam when he said, “Mercy from the Most Merciful is bestowed on those who
have mercy on others, and those who have mercy on creations of God on earth, The
Almighty in the Heavens will have mercy on you.”
Islam calls for treating others as one desires to be treated. It urges tolerance and
forgiveness, qualities that elevate human life:

The recompense for an injury is an injury equal thereto in degree, but if a person
forgives and makes reconciliation, his reward is due from God (Shura: 40)
Nor can Goodness and Evil be equal. Repel (Evil) with what is better: Then
will be between whom and thee was hatred become as it were thy friend and
intimate (Fussilat: 34)

Islam calls for treating others justly, safeguarding their rights and possessions:
And let not the hatred of others to you make you swerve to wrong and depart from
justice. Be just: that is next to piety (Al Maida: 8)
God commands you to return trusts to their owners, and if you judge between
people, you shall judge with justice (Al Nisa’: 58)

“So give full measure and full weight and wrong not mankind in their goods, and
work not confusion in the earth after the fair ordering thereof” (Al A’raf: 85)
Islam dictates respect for conventions and pledges, and condemns treachery and

Fulfill the Covenant of God when ye have entered into it, and break not your
oaths after you have confirmed them, indeed you made God your surety
(Al Nahl: 91)

Islam upholds human life. There is to be no fighting against non-fighters; no assault on
civilians and their properties, on children in their mothers’ laps, on students in the schools,

on older men and women. To assault the life of a human being is equivalent to assaulting the
right to life of all – and this is one of the gravest sins, for life is the basis for the continuation
of humanity.

If any one slew a person – unless it be for murder or for spreading mischief in the
land – it would be as if he slew the whole people. And if any one saved a life, it
would be as if he saved the life of the whole people (Al Ma’ida: 32) 4
Islam respects balance, moderation, and equanimity:

Thus have we made of you an Ummat justly balanced, that ye might be witnesses
over the nations, and the Apostle a witness over yourselves (Al Baqara: 143)
The Prophet Muhammad, Peace Be Upon Him, said: “Facilitate and
don’t hesitate, augur well and don’t shun away” (Hadeeth Shareef)
This is the faith that made historic advances in science, scholarship and intellectual life –
achievements that empowered a great civilization, in whose achievements non-Muslims had

their share, and which became the vehicle to bring knowledge for the West as well.

Islam calls on Muslims to demonstrate tolerance and delight in human life; it opposes
extremism, exaggeration, and intransigence. These phenomena are veils against right
thinking – they conceal the repercussions of one’s actions, and encourage a reckless
disregard for religion, reason, and civilized behavior. Indeed, Islam rejects extremism as a
deviation from true faith and a form of injustice. Furthermore, it is not a trait that
characterizes a particular nation; it is an aberration that has been experienced by all nations,
races, and religions.
We denounce extremism today, just as our forefathers relentlessly did throughout
Islamic history. Time after time, they insisted on the importance of one clear truth: the
ends do not justify the means. We speak this truth again today. Islam is a religion of ethics
that seeks what is good for people in the entire world. Its principles are those of honour.

The means for spreading Islam are ethical means. And Islam can only be defended through
ethical means.

The foundation of relations between Muslims and others is peace. In Islam, war is only
justified by necessity and challenges. No fighting is permissible when others pose no

aggression. Even then, the duty of Muslims is to treat others with justice and benevolence:

God forbids you not, with regard to those who fight you not for your Faith, nor
drive you out of your homes, from dealing kindly and justly with them: For God
loveth those who are just (Al Mumtahina: 8)
But if they cease, let there be no hostility except to those who practice oppression
(Al Baqara: 193)

On religious grounds, on moral grounds, we denounce the contemporary concept of
terrorism which is associated with wrongful practices wherever they come from – including

assaults on peaceful civilians, killing prisoners and the wounded, unethical practices such as
the destruction of buildings, and ransacking cities. These despotic attacks on human life
transgress the law of God, and we denounce them. As the Qur’an says:
Take not life which God hath made sacred, except by way of justice and law
(Al Anaam: 51)

Fighting injustice and realizing justice should be a legitimate undertaking through
legitimate means. We call on the Nation (Ummah) to adopt what is necessary to achieve the
strength and steadfastness needed to build itself and ensure the preservation of rights. 5
No human whose heart is filled with light could be an extremist. We decry the
campaign that portrays Islam as a religion that encourages violence and institutionalizes

Throughout history, extremism has caused the destruction of great civilizations. The
tree of civilization wilts, and hearts close, when malice takes hold. It is an evil alien to
Islamic values of moderation and tolerance.

Today, we call on the international community to work seriously on implementing
international law and ensuring respect for U.N. conventions and resolutions, ensuring that
there are no double standards, that injustice is uprooted and that people’s rights are returned.
Achieving this will contribute to uprooting the causes of violence, exaggeration, and

The Islam that we are honoured to belong to calls on us to be involved in modern
society and contribute to its progress. To achieve that, Muslims reach out in brotherhood to
all those who love justice, reason, and righteousness.

Islam guides us to express, earnestly, the realities of our lives, and to share the
soundness of our faith and beliefs. This is God’s call for coexistence and piety.
Islam guides us to work on reforming the religious discourse of civilization in our
countries, through well-designed, practical scientific plans that focus on rehabilitating

preachers. These priorities will ensure broad public awareness among these preachers of the

true spirit of Islam and its methodology in building human life, as well as providing them
with knowledge of contemporary culture and how to deal with their communities.
Say, ‘this is my way. I, and those who follow me, call for God with a clear vision
of the truth.’ (Yusuf: 108)
Islam guides us to deal with the communication revolution, by utilizing the media in a
sound, scientific manner, without weakness or emotional outbursts. Thus, we may respond
to accusations stirred by enemies of Islam, while reaching all those who receive the messages
of global media.

Islam guides us to build up the Muslim individual through the best of education. Those
who are confident in their knowledge and abilities are secure in their personalities, and
through this self-confidence, present the distinguished outlook of Islam to the whole world.
Islam guides us to benefit from and contribute to the achievements of this age. Islam

encourages science and technology; it is a pioneer in its approach to comprehensive
development. The Islamic approach provides a balance in spiritual, economic, and social

life; provides for human rights and basic liberties; ensures the individual’s right to live in
dignity and security, guarantees basic needs, and administers society’s affairs in accordance
with the principles of justice and consultation. Such an approach both benefits from and
strengthens the mechanisms of modern democracy.

We attach great hope to the scholars of our Nation. It is they who will enlighten our
youth – the generation that adorns our present age and will create and become our future. It
is our scholars who will keep our youth from sliding down the paths of ignorance,
corruption, close-mindedness and subordination, into the abyss of extremism. And it is our
scholars who will hold a beacon to a different path – a path of tolerance, moderation, and 6
goodness; guiding young people to the way of Islam and instituting its great values in their
young hearts.

Indeed, as role models in their religious manners, conduct, and speech, our scholars can
contribute to the renewal of the march of our entire Nation. By their exacting standards of
science, positive visions of politics, and the grace to take all matters wisely and meticulously;
and by bringing people together, not dividing them, by uniting hearts, not turning them
away, and by raising humanity’s eyes to the horizons of fulfillment: in all these ways, our
scholars will help our whole Nation meet the challenges of the 21st century. Through such
wisdom and achievement, Islam’s goodness, peace, and love will flow to all the peoples of
the world.

We pray to God: to provide our Islamic Nation with means of renaissance, prosperity
and advancement; to shield it from the evils of extremism and closed minds; to preserve its
rights, sustain its glory, and uphold its dignity. He is the best Lord and the Best Aid.

God Almighty says: “And (He commandeth you, saying): This is My straight
path, so follow it. Follow not other ways, lest ye be parted from His way. This
hath He ordained for you, that ye may ward off (evil)” (Al An’aam: 153).
We conclude, thanking God, Lord of the worlds,
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Ramadan 1425 Hijri
November 2004 AD

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