Islamic scholars and organizations in several countries mourn the scholar Sheikh Abdul Majeed Al-Zindani

Islamic scholars and organizations in several countries mourn the scholar Sheikh Abdul Majeed Al-Zindani

Many Islamic scholars and bodies mourned scholar Sheikh Abdul Majeed Al-Zandani, who died yesterday, Monday, in an Istanbul hospital, at the age of 82.

There were statements of obituary and condolence for the death of Sheikh Al-Zandani, former head of the Association of Yemeni Scholars. The condolences came from scholars, politicians, and media professionals.

The International Union of Muslim Scholars said, via X platform it condoles the whole Islamic Ummah in the death of Sheikh al-Zandani.


The Palestinian Scholars Association also mourned Sheikh Al-Zandani, whom it described as “a towering figure of knowledge and advocacy in the Islamic nation, founder of the University of Al-Eman, founder of the International Authority for Scientific Miracles in the Qur’an and Sunnah, and one of the symbols of Islamic activism in brotherly Yemen and the Islamic world.”

It said that he "answered the call of his Lord Almighty after a busy life spent in calling to God Almighty, spreading knowledge, raising generations, defending sanctities, and serving the nation's causes, with the cause of Palestine and Jerusalem at its heart."

"A loss for the nation and Palestine"

The head of the Palestinian Scholars Association, Sheikh Nawaf Takrouri, said - in statements to Al Jazeera Net - that Sheikh Al-Zindani "spent his life loyally serving the religion of God, guided by the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah of His Prophet."

He believed that his departure “represents a great loss to the Islamic nation, especially to Palestine and Jerusalem, which he enriched with his knowledge and continuous efforts.”

The head of the Palestine Scholars Association believed that the deceased “could have pursued worldly gains, but he preferred to remain steadfast in his positions in support of his homeland and religion, preferring to live proudly even if he was abroad, which is what he died.”

As for the Association of Muslim Scholars in Iraq, it described him as “the chief scholar of Yemen, and the most prominent scholar of the Islamic nation,” and said that he spent his life among “the corridors of knowledge, advocacy, supporting Muslims and defending their causes.”

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