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Curse of Freemasonry

by WBro Max Dalby
Master, Red Sea Lodge # 919

Our reality in the Islamic world is undoubtedly painful; a word can hardly describe it and a pen cannot sketch its features. This is an uncontestable and indisputable truth.

We nowadays harvest the fruits of colocynth, which had been planted in the Islamic society by the enemies of Allah and the enemies of Islam and the Muslims.

The first step on the road to consciousness and awakening is embodied in the awakening of the inadvertent amongst us so that they awaken from their deep slumber. This will not be accomplished unless we unearth the poisonous seeds which the sinful hand have planted, the rancorous hearts have nurtured with the blood of cunning, deception, error and misguidance.

One of those seeds is Freemasonry, which many of the prominent personalities of the Islamic world have adopted, because it has a veil woven of humanity, brotherhood, cooperation, freedom and virtue with which it conceals its Satanic face and the poison, disbelief and heresy which it radiates.

Not enough has been written about Freemasonry. But one such book is Freemasonry, by Muhammad Safwat al-Saqqa Amini and Sa’di Abu Habib. In this book is contained the decision of the Islamic Jurisprudence College, which we reproduce hereunder.

This Fiqh decision by eminent scholars answers your question.

The College of Islamic Jurisprudence, in its first session convened at Makkah on the 15th July 1978, examined the issue of Freemasonry, of those affiliated with it and the legal Islamic judgment on it, after adequate study of this dangerous organization, and the body of literature on it, inclusive of the College’s own published documents, books, and newspaper and journal articles.

From the totality of writings and texts, which the College examined, the following was evinced:

  1. Freemasonry is a clandestine organization, which hides as well as reveals its operations as it sees fit. Its true principles are guarded from all but its most venerated masters, who have, by virtue of their consecration at Freemasonry’s highest order degrees, proven worthy of this honour.

  2. It establishes the relation of its member’s one to the other, in all places of the earth, as is the alleged human brotherhood among all entrants in its organization, without discrimination as to race, religion and creed. Such overt misrepresentation of “fraternity” is simple minded, at best.

  3. It attracts to its persons whose affiliation is practicable for the organization; its allure is largely of a personally lucrative nature for the individuals sought. The high-minded principles of this recruitment entail: pledged assistance to any Freemasonic brother the world over; firm support of any Freemasonic candidacy to public office; and unconditional loyalty in all Freemasonic endeavours, even in those where the individual must compromise his sense of honour, justice, truth and right. Such lofty appeals often amass considerable financial contributions.

  4. Admission to Freemasonry is based on the celebration of the new members’ affiliation through symbolic and awe-inspiring ceremonies, which serve to frighten the initiate if he is at variance with the instructions; the more threatening orders are issued successively with rank.

  5. Gullible members are left free in the exercise of their religious beliefs; if they do not choose to benefit from the directives of guidance and the assignment of task appropriate to their status – they remain in lower degrees. As to the heretics, rank is calibrated in relation to individual experience and mastery, as well as demonstrated readiness to serve Freemasonry’s purpose, principles and plans.

  6. It has political aims, and in most political and military upheavals, it has a visible, as well as invisible role.

  7. Its original organizational roots are Jewish: and its activity, Zionist.

  8. In its secret real aims, it is against all religions: in general, it seeks to destroy formal religion; in particular, it seeks to destroy Islam for its Muslim adherents.

  9. It strives to select its membership from among positions of influence – financial, political, social or scientific status – and to draw to its ranks kings, presidents and ministers, as tools to be manipulated in the forging of its dogma.

  10. It has branches, which adopt other names, to thus misrepresent and divert attention away from activities, which encounter resistance to the name of Freemasonry. Among the most conspicuous branches operating under pseudonym are the Lions and Rotary Clubs; many, under multiple guises similarly contradict the fundamentals of Islam.

It has become evident to the College of Islamic Jurisprudence the strong relation of Freemasonry to world Zionist Jewry. Thus, it has been able to dominate many officials in the Arab countries concerning the question of Palestine, and to interfere in the Palestine question on behalf of the Jews and world Zionism.

Therefore, and on the detailed data on Freemasonry’s activity, it considered danger, its wicked dressing and its cunning aims, the College of Islamic Jurisprudence considers Freemasonry one of the most dangerously destructive organizations the Islam and to Muslims.

Whoever would associate himself with it while in knowledge of its true nature and aims, would be a non-believer in Islam and uncounted among its adherents.

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