AICP MAWebsite URL: http://www.aicpma.org
Praise be to Allah and may Allah raise the rank of Prophet Muhammad.
Verse 90 in Surat an-Nahl in the Qur’an means: “Allah commands justice, the doing of good, and the giving to the kin; and He forbids immorality, acts of evil and outrage. Allah instructs you in order that you may take heed.”
AICP Massachusetts on behalf of all those it represents from Islamic clerics, Imams, religious workers, Islamic organizations, centres and Muslim public utterly condemns the odious attacks in Brussels, which were carried out to weaken the Muslim resolve against extremism and to cast a shadow over their reputation world-wide.
AICP Massachusetts renews its call to the international community to intensify its efforts in fighting a terrorism, which has undermined the security and safety of all nations world-wide. We solicit the collaboration and the uniting of all international efforts in the face of this global phenomenon against those who are supporting and furthering the cause of these unjust acts of terrorism.
AICP Massachusetts makes clear to all governments and nations around the world that there is a difference between faithful Muslims and these extremist terrorists. It also makes clear that there is no relation and justification for this evil phenomenon in Islam.
The AICP was established to implement the teachings of Islam as per the guidance of the Qur’an.
- The belief and practice of the AICP worldwide is that of Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jama^ah, those who adhere to the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad, sallAllahu ^alayhi wa sallam.
The most important objective of the AICP is to spread the correct knowledge of the Religion—teaching Muslims and non-Muslims about Islam—by spreading the Islamic Obligatory Knowledge and supporting it with clear evidence.
The Messenger of Allah, sallAllahu ^alayhi wa sallam, said: which means: "The best of the deeds is the belief in Allah and His Messenger." (al-Bukhariyy) In accordance with this, the A. I. C. P. emphasizes teaching Tawhid, the Islamic knowledge by which one would know what is and what is not proper to attribute to Allah and His Messenger.
The AICP is a voice of moderation, striving to rid the Muslim community of the vile innovations and prevailing deviations—the proponents of which call for terrorism and violence.
The AICP does not compromise its stand against those who try to deviate the Muslims from the belief of the Prophet, sallAllahu ^alayhi wa sallam, his Companions, and the subsequent Muslim generations known as Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jama^ah.
The AICP set its objectives with the realization that victory over evil can only be achieved by spreading religious education and propagating goodness among people—knowing that society can only be reformed through piety and fear of Allah (the Creator).
The AICP urges Muslims to help each other and share responsibilities, such as encouraging the wealthy to console and relieve the poor—whether Muslims or non-Muslims.
The AICP urges all Muslims to provide for the needs of the hungry, orphans, and needy, as well as to correct one’s self, family, and society in accordance with Islam. It was said by a prominent American official about the society in America, that "Our problems are beyond government’s reach. They are rooted in the loss of values." Islam provides the values that, if implemented, can resolve the societal problems many nations are facing today.