Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Another Fatwa against Palestinian Arab emigration

The mullahs are nervous about the thousands of younger Palestinian Arabs who are smart enough to want to get the hell away from the area.

A new fatwa against emigrants was issued yesterday by the Mufti of Jerusalem.
There is much talk these days in our land of Palestine about emigration, and especially among the young, and this because of the difficult security and economic situation, and out of a desire to find a living in other lands. Expression of this can be found in the rush to the gates of the embassies and consulates of the Western nations with requests for visas in order to reside permanently in those countries...

"Based on [the ruling of the prophet Muhammed and his friends], emigration from the blessed lands to live permanently in other countries is not permitted in terms of religious law. The people living in these areas must remain in their places of residence, and not leave them to infiltrators and conquerors, and they will thus perform an act of honor, and will be a support for the Al-Aqsa mosque... and will merit the good tiding of the prophet...

"Regarding temporary travel to other lands for the purpose of study and work, this is permitted as long as there is a determination to return and live in the blessed lands after the stage of study and work."
According to Arutz-7,
PA officials reported last November that in the preceding four months, foreign and Arab diplomats had authorized the entry of 10,000 PA residents to their countries, and that another 45,000 emigration requests were under similar consideration.
Sounds like a voluntary ethnic cleansing!

I have as of yet been unable to find a "human rights" group protest against these attempts by Islamic authorities to limit the natural human right of moving away from an area.