Speakers' Allâmah Salih bin Fawzân al-Fawzân Question: Are suicide attacks allowed ...
Answer: Lâ Hawler wa lâ Quwwah bad billâh. You do not know what life is? Suicide attacks? Allah (djallâ wa 'ala) says:
"Do not kill yourselves. Allah has shown you great grace. Anyone who commits such an enmity of unrighteousness shall we let the suffering of a blazing bonfire. This is easy for Allah. "
Thus, it is not permissible for a man to kill himself. That way she will take good care of themselves. This does not mean that she is fighting and fighting for Allah's cause, even if she would die and fall as a martyr.
This is a good deed. But she intentionally kills himself, it is not considered permissible. In that of the Prophet (Salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam) contrary, there was a brave man who fought the Prophet (Salla Allahu' alayhi wa sallam) page. Then he was wounded and the people said,
"If we are able to achieve this it is achieved". Then said the Prophet (Salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam): "He is in the Fire." This led the companions to wonder: how can such a man who runs and leaves not a single non-Muslim to be without him follow him and kill him, to appear in the fire?
Consequently, a man began following him after he had been wounded and saw that he was at the end stuck down his sword in the ground and leaned on it so that the tip went through his chest and out his back so he died.
Then said the companion: "Messenger of Allah (Salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam) has spoken the truth." and knew that the ambassador did not speak after his operation. Why did he go into the fire out of that document? Because he killed himself and not hardened. In this way, it is not permissible for a man to kill himself.
Source: From a cassette tape 'Fatawa-ul-'Ulamâ' file-Ightîyâlât wat-Tafdjîrât wal-'Amaliyât al-Intihâriyyah '