Thursday, 11 August 2016

Travelling to Germany

A translation of this fatwa from Naseem al-Sham


Assalaam alaykum, what is your opinion, my sheikh Muammad al-Faām, about a young lady travelling to Germany for the sake of marriage in view of the fact that that most young men have ended up over there and if the intention is to return to a Muslim country? May Allah reward you in your work and in your life.

Wa alaykum Assalaam wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. Travelling to such places is unlawful due to a number of considerations, the most important of which are:

Those who have been induced to migrate are a political sheet of paper to be played on for the sake of bringing benefit to Germany, which is fundamentally a country tied to the plans to break up the Arab countries.

Secondly, it is an octopus that wants to enslave the Muslim Arab minority.

Thirdly, there is a precise plan to shut off those who arrive there by terminating the link between parents and children in order to remove them from being firmly established upon the religion, so that after one or two decades the children become secularists or indeed libertines, believing that it is permissible to do whatever you desire.

Fourthly, it is extremely unlawful for a Muslim woman to travel to their countries for several reasons, the first of them being the lack of a maram, and if there was one he would not be allowed to constantly accompany her and take care of her, so be very wary of this matter, for it contains the loss of one’s roots and assisting the enemies of the religion and these countries in the carefully studied Jewish plans.[1] By Allah, anyone who partakes in this is a sinner, a sin that will take him to an evil outcome that will only end in Hell. O Allah, choose what is best for us and make us pleased with it, O Lord of all creation.

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[1] (tn): The sheikh is most likely referring to this plan.

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