Grand Mufti Muhammad Gul Rehman Qadri said: 'Anyone who commits suicide will be sent to Hell.
'It is the explicit saying of the Holy Prophet who ordered his followers to seek peace and harmony wherever they should live, not to cause death and destruction or to live counter to the laws of that host country.'
Last night, [Mohammed]
Sarwar [a Glasgow MP]
revealed the Fatwa had been passed unanimously by the 3000 imams at the meeting in Birmingham.
He said: 'I congratulate the imams for the leadership they have shown to the Islamic community.
'We have to open our young people's eyes to the fact that these extremists are acting against Islam, the very religion they falsely claim to proclaim.
'This is a strong statement that true believers will do everything we can to get rid of the extremists and terrorists in our midst.'
The Fatwa quoted verses from the Islamic holy book, the Koran, which forbid suicide and killing or hurting people.
The Fatwa said: 'The attacks in London have no Islamic justification, are totally condemned and we equally condemn those behind the masterminding of these act, those who incited these youths to further their perverted ideology.'
Grand Mufti Qadri added: 'We urge all Muslims and non- Muslims to bring the perpetrators of these crimes to justice.