Saudi Professor: Impersonating Is Acceptable To Carry Out Terror Attacks (Video) 

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In a shocking recently-released video, a Saudi professor conveys his belief that impersonating priests and rabbis is acceptable if required to successfully carry out terrorist attacks.

Walid Al-Wadaan, a Saudi professor at the University of Muhammed Ben Saud in Riad/KSA, talks to a television host about his beliefs regarding fake clothing being beneficial when carrying out terrorist attacks.   

In the distressing interview, Wadaan says, “When he disguises himself, by dressing like priests or rabbis, and then enters the ranks of the enemy to carry out his operation. There is no problem in this. In my opinion it is permissible.”

However, as shown in the video below, Wadaan believes that shaving one’s beard or dressing like a woman is not permissible in the Sharia law saying, “but it’s forbidden not in itself but for other reasons – the forbidden matters are either forbidden for itself or for other reasons. If it’s forbidden for other reasons then it is allowed to do it when there is extreme necessity.”

Wadaan explains that the “extreme necessity” would be a situation where “Muslims or a group of people cannot escape unless they use this method.”

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