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‘Protests against Muslim ruler not allowed in Islamic Sharia’ ‘Awqaf’ distributes Friday sermon to preachers

KUWAIT CITY, July 18: Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs has affirmed that holding demonstrations against the Muslim ruler is not allowed in the Islamic Sharia especially if the demonstrations include destructive activities. The ministry stressed that Islam calls for Muslims to refrain from chaos and work on maintaining stability, reports Al-Seyassah daily. In the Friday sermon that the ministry distributed to the preachers, it indicated that the people of Gaza lead miserable and terrible lives under the Zionist aggression, urging for people to help them.

The sermon stressed the importance of stability as a necessity for peaceful living, indicating that people belonging to countries with instability travel to other countries for stability of their lives. It affirmed that life is nothing without stability and that palaces and wealth are useless if there is no stability. In addition, the sermon insisted that Islamic Sharia urges for enforcing stability and avoiding chaos and disorder, reiterating that demonstrating against the Muslim ruler is banned because it provokes chaos and leads to instability.

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