Salman al-Ouda

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Salman al-Ouda

Salman bin Fahd bin Abdullah Al-Ouda or Salman al-Ouda, Salman al-Oadah, Salman Al-Audah, or Salman Al-Awdah -alias Abu Mu'ad (أبو معاذ)- (born 1955 or 1956) is a Saudi cleric or Sheikh and Muslim scholar. Al-Ouda is a member of the International Union for Muslim Scholars and on its Board of Trustees. He is a director of the Arabic edition of the website Islam Today and appears on a number of TV shows and authors newspaper articles.

Quotes[edit]

My Enemies, I Thank You (كتاب شكرا أيها الأعداء)[edit]

  • Experience taught me that it is wise to be patient and forbearing with opponents and to use the divine cure of repeling with what is best (then verily he, between whom and you there was enmity, (will become) as though he was a close friend.) Quran 41:34
  • It is not wise to think of people as either friends or enemies as if you were the center of the universe; many are not aware of your existence!
  • I am grateful to some pens that are as sharp as a sword edge; they taught me how to go on calmly and smiling.
  • It is regrettable to spend one's life in a battle that ends with no victory nor defeat, to consume it in another battle that ends with a defeat, and in a third that ends with his victory over his brother.
  • My enemies, I thank you! You are who trained me to be patient, to respond to the evil with the good and to overlook.

2007[edit]

  • My brother Osama, how much blood has been spilt? How many innocent people, children, elderly, and women have been killed ... in the name of Al Qaeda? Will you be happy to meet God Almighty carrying the burden of these hundreds of thousands or millions of victims on your back?

2016[edit]

  • Even though homosexuality is considered a sin in all the Semitic holy books, it does not require any punishment in this world. It is a sin that will accompany its committee in the life after death.
  • Homosexuals are not deviating from Islam. Homosexuality is a grave sin, but those who say that homosexuals deviate from Islam are the real deviators. By condemning homosexuals to death they are committing a graver sin than homosexuality itself.
  • Even though homosexuality does not distance oneself from Islam, the Islam does not encourage individuals who have same-sex attraction to show their feelings in public.
    • Reported by Eilaph on 30 April 2016, citing an interview in a Swedish newspaper.[2]

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