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As prophesized by the Prophet Muḥammad (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhi wasallam), the Khārijites (extremist renegades) were the first sect to break off from the main body of the Muslims and they appeared in two waves. First, as the revolutionary Sabaʿite movement against the third caliph ʿUthmān (raḍiyallāhu ʿanhu) and thereafter, as the Khārijites proper against the fourth caliph ʿAlī (raḍiyallāhu ʿanhu). They expel Muslims from Islām on account of major sins, revolt against the rulers with arms and incite the masses to fight against them. They are mostly young in age, appear as pious worshippers, have not acquired knowledge from the scholars of Islām, make use of secrecy, come to the people under the guise of enjoining the good and prohibiting the evil and employ faulty interpretations of Islāmic texts due largely to their ignorance, coupled with desires. The Prophet (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhi wasallam) also explicitly stated that they will never cease to appear throughout time. This indicates that the Muslim nation will always be plagued by this disease throughout the passage of time and that the Khārijite war is fundamentally a war against the people of Islām, despite all the lofty, alluring slogans.

Kharijites.Com will present the very detailed treatment that this group has received throughout history and in contemporary times by Salafī scholars. The Khārijite creed and methodology was revived in the 20th century through the works of Sayyid Quṭb and Abū Aʿlā Mawdūdī and the various Takfīrī, Jihādi groups take their basic ideas and inspiration from their writings, thereafter clothing them with the garment of Salafiyyah.

Abū ʿIyāḍ
4 Muḥarram 1438 / 5 October 2016

 

Takfīr (Excommunication)
Ḥākimiyyah (Lawgiving)
Khurūj (Revolution)
Walaʾ & Barāʾ (Loyalty and Disownment)
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Imāmah & Khilāfah (Leadership & State)
Irhāb (Terrorism) & Plunder



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