The Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh has strongly denied fake fatwa circulating worldwide. The denial statement of Grand Mufti just came after widely circulation of fake fatwa that states that eating the flesh of women for starving man is permissible in Islam. Many international websites and newspapers were coding the fake news that Saudi Grand Mufti allowed to eat flesh of a women for man who is dying because of hunger.
The statement issued through Saudi Press Agency by Grand Mufti said that the widely circulating religious edict is false and in fact created by the enemies of Islam to damage his credibility. Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh also said that this repulsive act has been done to divert the focus of the world from the current issues.
“The fatwa attributed to us is wrong. It is nothing but lies. It has been circulated to distort the image of Islam, which has elevated and granted a dignified status to men and women without exceptions.”, part of the statement issued by Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia.
Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh also said that all the Muslims in this world must be united against their common enemy, in order to safeguard the principles of Islam.