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a ruling on a point of Islamic law that is given by a recognized authority

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This is a part of Egypt's efforts to fight terrorism, extremist ideology and odd fatwas that incite sedition.
Summary: The authorities of Jamia Nizamia have clarified that its Fatwa will be applicable to the followers of Hanafi school of thought
They can endorse Saudi fatwas against the militant Islamic State (IS) group and make an appeal for them to be applied to Afghanistan.
Summary: Deoband (Uttar Pradesh) [India], October 07 (ANI): The Darul Uloom Deoband, an Islamic school, issued a fatwa (religious edict) on Saturday that banned women from plucking, trimming and shaping their eyebrows and also cutting their hair.
Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) chairman Murad Ebrahim on Tuesday announced his group's support to the fatwa against violent radicalism in any part of the Bangsamoro region.
28 -- Fatwa is an Arabic word, and it literally means "opinion".
Dar Al-Ifta's Fatwa Monitoring Observatory warned against the danger of extremist groups exploiting the Internet as "a secret and dark yard" for the groups to practise their "illegal activities", according to a Saturday statement by the observatory.
Baghdad / NINA /--Chairman of Sunni Fatwa Advisory Council in Iraq, Sheikh Mehdi al-Sumaidaie detect that the number of volunteers to fight against the terrorist Daash amounted to 500 000 man from the sons of Sunni usurped provinces by terrorist extremist groups like Daash .
IN A landmark judgment pertaining to India's more than 160 million Muslims, the Supreme Court on Monday ruled that Sharia courts run by clerics have no legal sanctity and their fatwas are not binding on anyone.
New Delhi -- Indian Supreme Court on Monday ruled that Islamic fatwas have no legal sanction.
New Delhi, July 8 -- The Indian Supreme Court has ruled fatwas, as decrees issued by Muslim clerics and Islamic religious institutions are known, have no legal sanctity if they tread on the rights of an individual.
However, fatwas declared by the council aren't always honored by Indonesia's Muslim population.
Fatwas, rulings on articles of Islamic law given by recognized authorities, have always been a reality in modern Yemen, but since the 2011 uprising, there has been an increase of fatwas issued against writers and journalists.
The two-day conference is held in the Arab Republic of Egypt under the auspices of President Adly Mansour and discusses five major themes: anathematizing ideology, its hazards, the controls of fatwa and the hazards of misinformed fatwas, the fatwa science and discipline, fatwa and culture, forbearance and simplicity in tackling extremist and nathematizing ideologies.
Il comprendra le Mufti de la Republique, une instance consultative et un organe administratif rassemblant la direction de la conversion a l'islam et la direction des fatwas qui fixe des rendez-vous pour des fatwas orales et gere le courrier, y compris electronique.