Islamic Leaders Call Out Muslims To Stop Using Fossil Fuel

Posted: Aug 19 2015, 5:57am CDT | by , in Latest Science News


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Islamic Leaders Call out Muslims to Stop Using Fossil Fuel
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  • Prominent Islamic clerics call out Muslims to stop using fossil fuel!

Muslim leaders have urged the 1.6 Billion Muslims around the world to conserve the planet from climate change.

The Muslims as a nation want to stop climate change. Prominent Islamic scholars have declared the Muslim population needs to strive. They need to strive towards conserving the planet earth.

There are 1.6 Billion Muslims around the world. The scholars have called them to stop using fossil fuels. It is the religious duty of every Muslims to fight the climate change.

The decision was made by a group of environmental and religious leaders. The declaration involves the ending of fossil fuels use by rich and oil producing nations Muslim nations. The Islamic Declaration on Global Climate Change hopes to end fossil fuel usage habit by 2050.

The proposal is urging Muslim politicians to agree to a new treaty. The treaty limits the level of global warming increase. The countries will not have a global warming imprint of more than 2’C or 1.5’C.

The declaration was made from Drafted at an international symposium in Istanbul. The Symposium was carried out at the Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Science. According to Fazlun Khalid, the declaration is similar to a trigger for the Muslim nation.

The trigger is to wake up and take care of the planet. The declaration will urge all Muslim leaders and politicians to commit to 100% renewable energy. Leaders will also commit to increased financial assistance for renewable energy sources.

The declaration will mainly be focused at the rich and oil producing Muslim nations. The rich countries will be urged to realize their moral obligation to the Earth.

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