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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureHolidaysRamadan · 6 years ago

Salaam. What is muruna?

What does it mean to non-muslim Arabs, and muslim Arabs alike (the difference in meaning)? And how is it applied in Islam

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Muruna is an Arabic word that means something along the lines of flexibility/adaption/ability to change... In Islamic terms, it means muslims are able to adopt western ways, even those that are haram (shave, clothing, drink alcohol, marry non muslims etc) to 'blend in' and deceive enemies... As long as they can justify that the ultimate goal will be seen as helpful to the dominance of Islam, they are off the hook for those verses that forbid this behaviour... Some say this is what Obama is doing.

    Islam is not just straightforward as most people think. Full of Ts&Cs

    Well U.N.I.T.Y, 7bb, if I'm so wrong you give and the OP a more accurate definition of what it is... Go on

  • 6 years ago

    Salam Muruna is the adoption of western habit by Mulims who live there as if it is line with the Qur'an and hadith while in fact it against with that.Muruna is haram in Islam such as drinking alcohol

  • John
    Lv 5
    6 years ago

    A kind of hypocrisy. Say one thing but do / believe another/the opposite. Basically, lying

    John

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    It's the "get out of jail" ticket for alleged Moslems.

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  • 6 years ago

    Muruna means using “flexibility” to blend in with the enemy or the surroundings. Muruna allows Muslims to sow division and confusion in the Western world. In a recent sermon, this doctrine was exercised by General Guide of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Muhammad Badei, who laid out his vision for the post-revolutionary era while revealing aspects of a strategy followers should use to deal with secularism in the meantime:

    Do not fight the ways of the world because they are overpowering but try to overcome and use them, change their course, and pit some of them against others.

    When Badei says to “overcome and use” the “ways of the world”, he is instructing Muslims worldwide on how to overcome Western secularism. It was precisely this purpose for which muruna was prescribed by Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the main Muslim Brotherhood intellect who initiated it in December 1989 while in the United States during the annual conference of the Association of Muslim Youth Forums. He was with Mohammed Hamadi, a leading rebel in Libya who participated heavily in the “Arab Spring.” Hamadi is also the head of the Muslim Brotherhood in Mauritania.

    This doctrine and long-term plan should be of great interest to Westerners. In what the forum termed “The Priorities of The Islamic Movement in The Next Three Decades” (from 1990 to 2020), they planned to attain what they described as “the goals of the Islamic Movement.” The plan confirms Badei’s utopian hope for the “establishment of an Islamic state, governed according to Qur’anic law — first in Egypt and eventually in the entire world.” Accordingly, muruna calls for “organized, popular work to return to Islam in order to lead society, all of society … to bring back the caliphate … to announce Jihad either by arms, by pen, or by heart.”

    Muruna was designed to catapult and advance Sharia by using Western means. If one thinks that Sharia, with its harsh code, is problematic enough, how about the elimination of the kinder, gentler laws? Muruna is literally accomplished by permitting behavior normally so eschewed by Sharia that Westerners logically assume a more moderate version of Islam when such prohibitions are suddenly permitted. Westerners’ eyes are, in fact, deceiving them. Muruna is about going to great lengths to gain interests through a much deeper level of deception while simultaneously lowering the guard and gaining the support of the infidels.

    Note the following quote taken from the series titled Preparing the Atmosphere under the title The Workings of Al-Si’a and Muruna:

    Sharia’s ability to be flexible and inclusive is that it cares for their needs while excusing the burdens Muslims have to endure. For the sake of their destiny, it was made lawful for them to have exceptions from the law that are appropriate for them since these exceptions match their general goals to make it easy for humanity by removing the chains of [Sharia] rules they were made to adhere to in previous Sharia rulings.

    By reversing Islamic law, muruna concludes an amazing doctrine that permits all prohibitions:

    When evil and harm conflict as necessities demand, we must then choose the least of the two evils or harms. This is what the experts in jurisprudence decided … if interests and harms/evils conflict, or benefits conflict with evils, what is then to be decided is to review each benefit and each harm and its consequences, so the minor evils are forgiven for the sake of the greater long-term benefit. The evil is also accepted even if that evil is extreme and normally considered deplorable.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embed...

  • 6 years ago

    Flexibility within the limitations.

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