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The assassination of Ihāb al-Sharīf has triggered numerous rumors about his appointment, his activities in Iraq, his position, his security, his captors and executors. Many claims and rumors have spread since the assassination of the Egyptian head of mission in Iraq.
A group of terrorists carried out their threats and slaughtered Egypt’s top envoy to Iraq Ambassador Īhāb al-Sharīf. The Egyptian late Ambassador was born on the first of January 1954, and graduated from the Lycee France’. He has been working for the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 1976.
The assassination of Ihāb al-Sharīf has triggered numerous reactions from religious quarters, particularly regarding relations between the Islam endorsed by those who killed him, and the rest of Muslim society.
The author complains that although the Jordanian "terrorist" Abu Mus‘ab al- Zarqāwī has been killed, there still lives an ideology of takfīr that views al- Zarqāwī as a mujāhid as seen in a statement issued by Hamās.
Extremist groups like al-Qā‘da are dedicated to violence and use Islam as a cover. However, Islam has nothing to do with those killers that assassinated Egyptian Ambassador in Iraq, خhāb al-Sharīf. Their treatment of their victims reflects a non-Islamic spirit. They wouldn’t have done that if...
The simultaneous assassination of Ambassador Īhāb al-Sharīf and the London blasts renewed the need for implementing President Mubārak’s call for an international conference on terrorism.
The assassination of Ambassador Īhāb al-Sharīf was followed by strange announcements assuring that the Egyptian presence in Iraq was to support the Arab representation in Baghdad. Thus the assassination will not divert the Egyptian attention away from its quest.
The Jamā‘a al-Islāmīya said in their press statement in reaction to the assassination of Īhāb al-Sharīf, that the Zarqāwī group accuses others of takfir [unbelief]. They even see other Islamic groups as heretics without a substantial Islamic backing
Thus there is no religious backing for the abduction or the killing of Egyptian Ambassador خhāb al-Sharīf in Baghdad. He was not responsible for the Iraqi misfortunes or occupation, and he did not kill a single Iraqi. Thus revenge here is groundless.
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