‘Incitement to kill?’ Religious edicts to shed blood
Friday, 16 October 2015
This week’s episode tackles how some Muslim religious figures issue fatwas (religious edicts) to shed blood, incite to kill and mobilize people to fight. Based on what standards does Islamic law distinguish between the call for “jihad” as a religious duty and “incitement” to violence in the name of Islam?
Al Arabiya’s weekly show ‘Death Making’ deals with the issue of global terrorism. It provides insights and analysis into the religious, social, economic and political dimensions of terrorist attacks across the globe. It includes rare and exclusive footage, as well as interviews with well-known figures.