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28
OCT
2016
Ibn Ḥajar Al-ʿAsqalānī (852H): The Foundation of the Khārijites Are the Qurʾān Reciters of ʿIrāq Who Revolted Against ʿUthmān
Under one of al-Bukhārī’s chapter headings pertaining to the Khārijites, Ibn Ḥajar al-ʿAsqalānī writes: “The origin of this tribulation or from amongst its causes is that the people of Irāq rejected the behaviour of some of the relatives of ʿUthmān and reviled ʿUthmān (in turn) because of that. ... Read more »
27
OCT
2016
Shaykh Al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah and the Foundational Principles of the Khārijite Renegades (H): Making Error (Khaṭāʾ) Bound to Sinfulness (Ithm)
In the various works of Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah (728H) is a very insightful, detailed and elaborate analysis of the Khārijite doctrine. From the foundational errors of the Khārijites is that they make error (khaṭāʾ) bound to sinfulness (ithm). ... Read more »
26
OCT
2016
Khārijite Abū Muḥammad Al-Maqdisī: Takfīr of Muslims Due to Organised, Systematic, Regulated Commission of Sin
The Khārijite renegade and ideological terrorist, Abū Mūhammad ʿIṣām al-Barqāwī al-Maqdisī makes takfīr of Muslims by way of major sins whilst denying that he is upon this doctrine. He and many of the Khārijites fall into this due to their ignorance and pseudo-scholarship. ... Read more »
22
OCT
2016
Ṣaḥīḥ Al-Bukhārī: The Ḥadīth of Abū Saʿīd Al-Khudrī Regarding the Khārijite Movement in the Era of the Prophet
Imām al-Bukhārī relates from Abū Saʿīḍ al-Khudrī (raḍiyallāhu ʿanhu) in his Ṣaḥīḥ under the chapter heading: Whoever left fighting the Khārijites in order to maintain cordiality and to avoid distancing the people from himself. ... Read more »
22
OCT
2016
Shaykh Abd Al-Razzāq ʿAfīfī (1415h) on the Core Doctrine of the First Khārijites
Shaykh ʿAbd al-Razzāq ʿAfīfī (1415H) wrote: The speech of the scholars about the Khārijites as it concerns the Islāmic sects is about those who revolted against ʿAlī (raḍiyallāhu ʿanhu) on account of the issue of arbitration (taḥkīm). ... Read more »
21
OCT
2016
Shaykh Ṣāliḥ Al-Fawzān: When a Man Can Be Labelled as a Khārijite
Shaykh Ṣāliḥ al-Fawzān was asked: “When is a man labelled as being among the Khārijites? When he performs one of their actions is he counted amongst them? Or is it necessary that he believes in [their beliefs] and acts with all of their actions?” ... Read more »
21
OCT
2016
Ibn Ḥazm Al-Andalūsī (456H): The Khārijites Are Ignoramuses with No Understanding of the Qurʾān, Ready to Make Takfīr of Each Other at the Slightest Difference
Ibn Ḥazm al-Andalūsī said whilst dicussing the Khārijites who revolted against ʿAlī: “However, the predecessors of the Khārijites [referring to those who revolted against ʿUthmān] were bedouins who read the Qurʾān...” ... Read more »
19
OCT
2016
Vagabonds, Former Criminals, Ignorant Worshippers, and Pseudo-Scholars Constitute the Kharijite Hoardes and Leaders: A Recipe for Self-Destruction
The Khārijites who revolted against ʿUthmān (raḍiyallāhu ʿanhu) comprised of the dregs of society, the ghawghāʾ (riff-raff) and ḥathālah (villains, junk, refuse, filth). They were motivated by grievances material in nature. ... Read more »
19
OCT
2016
Khārijite Abū Muḥammad Al-Maqdisī: Takfīr of Shaykh ʿAbd Al-ʿAzīz Ibn Bāz and Shaykh Muḥammad Bin Ṣāliḥ Bin ʿUthaymīn
In this statement al-Maqdisī revealed that he conceals in his heart, the takfīr of Ibn Bāz and Ibn Uthaymīn (rahimahullāh). He gave a very, crafty diplomatic answer and did not answer directly, the simple question posed. ... Read more »
18
OCT
2016
Historian Ibn Kathīr on the Khārijites Revolting Against Muʿāwiyah After Al-Ḥasan Bin ʿAlī Relinquished Power
The Khārijites took the opportunity of al-Ḥasan bin ʿAlī’s relinquishing of power to attack Muʿāwiyah in Kūfah. Around 500 of them came to the city to make ‘jihād’ against Muʿāwiyah. ... Read more »
18
OCT
2016
Historian Ibn Kathīr on the Khārijites Pardoned by ʿAlī Who Rejoiced at His Assassination and Mobilized Themselves Against Muslims
Ibn Kathīr mentions how the Khārijites were pleased at hearing the death of ʿAlī, the Prophet’s cousin and fourth caliph, and mobilised themselves to attack the Muslims once more under the guise of ‘enjoining the good and prohibiting the evil’. ... Read more »
18
OCT
2016
Prophetic Traditions on the Khārijite Renegades: Imām Muslim’s Insight into the Reality of the Khārijites and Their Worldly Motivations
There is an abundant mention of the Khārijites in the Prophetic traditions, which include prophecies regarding them, the timing of their appearance, their traits, their activities, their recurring appearance and so on. Imām Muslim (261H) collected many of these traditions. ... Read more »
17
OCT
2016
Imām Aḥmad Bin Ḥanbal (241H) on the Khārijites: The Most Evil of People on Earth
Abu Bakr al-Khallāl (311H) states: Ḥarb bin Ismāʿīl al-Kirmānī informed me that Abū ʿAbd Allāh [Aḥmad bin Ḥanbal] (241H) said: “The Khārijites are an evil people. I do not know of a people more evil than them on the Earth. ... Read more »
17
OCT
2016
Refutation of the Black-Propaganda Claims of the Khārijites That They Are Not Khārijites
The Khārijite Extremists have a number of methods in trying to remove the label of Khārijism from being applied to their views and activities. These methods deceive the ignorant amongst the Muslims as well as numerous Western orientalists and academics. ... Read more »
16
OCT
2016
Abū Muḥammad Al-Maqdisī’s Khārijite Ideology Outlined: Straight Out of the Books of Quṭb and Al-Mawdūdī
In his interview with Majallat al-ʿAṣr, conducted with Marwān Shaḥādah, Abū Muḥammad al-Maqdisī propounded the basic elements of his doctrine which is taken straight Out of the books of Quṭb and al-Mawdūdī. ... Read more »
15
OCT
2016
The Khārijites Make Lawful Stealing the Wealth and Property of Muslims and Engage in Banditry and Thievery
When the Khārijite terrorists assassinated the third caliph ʿUthman (raḍiyallāhu ʿanhu) one of them called out “It is not so that his blood his lawful whilst his wealth is unlawful. So take everything.” ... Read more »
14
OCT
2016
Salafī Imām a-Ḥasan Al-Baṣrī (110H): The Khārijites Are People Seeking the World
A man from the Khārijites came to al-Ḥasan al-Baṣrī and said, “What do you say about the Khārijites?” He said, “They are worldly people”. He said, “How are you saying this when one of them walks into a lance until he is slain and leaves behind his family and children?” ... Read more »
14
OCT
2016
The Ideology of Takfīri-Jihādist Khārijism in the Words of Its Pioneers, Ideologues and Leaders
A summary of the statements behind 20th century Takfīri-Jihādist Khārijism. The unifying central core idea amongst all of them was the issue of ḥākimiyyah (judgement by Allāh's law), sulṭah (political authority). ... Read more »
14
OCT
2016
Abū Muṣʿab Al-Ṣūrī: Al-Qaeda and ISIS Jihādī Strategist: Al-Mawdūdī and Quṭb Are the Pioneers of Jihādī Ideology
Abū Muṣʿab al-Ṣūrī (Muṣtafā Setmariam Naṣār) is a highly influentital theorist (a Qaʿdī ) for the modern Takfīrī-Jihādī Khārijites of al-Qaeda and ISIS. He has written extensively on the subject and he presents a theorisation of jihād. ... Read more »
13
OCT
2016
Shaykh ʿAbd al-Laṭīf Bin ʿAbd Al-Raḥmān Bin Ḥasan: Takfīr by Way of Sin Was a Later Development in the Khārijite Doctrine
Shaykh ʿAbd al-Laṭīf bin ʿAbd al-Raḥmān bin Ḥasan mentions the story of the emergence of the Khārijites and indicates that takfīr by way of sin was a later development in the Khārijite doctrine. ... Read more »
13
OCT
2016
Khārijite Abū Muḥammad al-Maqdisī: Takfīr of Shaykh ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz Ibn Bāz, Shaykh Muḥammad Bin Ṣāliḥ Bin ʿUthaymīn and Saudī Scholars
Abū Muḥammad al-Maqdisī made takfīr of the most senior scholars of Saudī Arabia for their condemnation of the 1996 terrorist attack in al-Khobar. It was later established that the Saudī Ḥizbollah supported by Irān were behind the attack. ... Read more »
13
OCT
2016
The Dispute Between Abū Muḥammad al-Maqdisī and ISIS: Khārijites Falling Out with Each Other with Respect to Matters of Khārijite Jurisprudence
Throughout his dark history, the Khārijite Qaʿdī terrorist, Abū Muḥammad al-Maqdisī, has repeatedly fallen out with other Khārijites. Whilst in Kuwait, he studied with Muḥammad Surūr for a while before differing and splitting with him. ... Read more »
12
OCT
2016
Shaykh Ṣāliḥ Al-Fawzān: The Khārijites Are Closer to Being Disbelievers and Prayer Is Not Said Behind Them
Question: Are the Khārijites considered from the people of the qiblah (i.e. Muslims) and are they to be prayed behind? What is the principle for praying behind a person from the people of the qiblah? ... Read more »
12
OCT
2016
The Khārijites’ Misunderstanding and Misapplication of the Verses Pertaining to Judging with Allāh’s Law
The central, unifying, core ideological concept that brings together all the Khārijites without exception including the leaders and ideologues of al-Qaeda and ISIS is that of taḥkīm and ḥākimiyyah. ... Read more »
12
OCT
2016
Khārijite Abū Muḥammad Al-Maqdisī: ‘Our Great Teacher, the Shaykh and Mujāhid Sayyid Quṭb’
Background: Sayyid Quṭb was influenced by the writings of Abū Aʿlā al-Mawdūdī and whilst he was in prison he encouraged his followers to read one of al-Mawdūdī’s works, “Four Terms”. Quṭb took the central idea in al-Mawdūdī’s thought of lawgiving (ḥākimiyyah). ... Read more »
11
OCT
2016
Khārijite Abū Muḥammad al-Maqdisī: Teachers, Street-Cleaners and Imāms of Mosques Become Disbelievers Due to Supporting and Allying With the Ruler
The Khārijite renegade and ideological terrorist, Abū Mūhammad ʿĀṣim al-Barqāwī al-Maqdisī - demonstrating the extent to which he wallows in the doctrine of the Khārijites expels the subjects of a ruler from Islām on account of the alleged disbelief of the ruler himself. ... Read more »
11
OCT
2016
Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah and the Foundational Principles of the Khārijite Renegades (G): The Psychology and Underlying Motivation of the Khārijite Renegade
The Khārijites are primarily motivated by worldly considerations and grievances pertaining to wealth and positions of authority which they may have been prevented from. ... Read more »
11
OCT
2016
A Summary of the Core Tenets and Features of the 20th Century Takfīrī-Jihādī Khārijite Ideology
The methodology of the 20th century Khārijite movements and their interpretations of ‘tawḥīd’, ‘jihād’ and ‘enjoining good and prohibiting evil’ have a specific frame of reference identical to that of the very first Khārijites. ... Read more »
10
OCT
2016
The Salafī Imām and Mufassir, Qatādah (118H): the Religion of the Khārijites Is Alien to Islām and Is an Innovation Like Judaism and Christianity
Some Western orientalists and academics claim that the Khārijites of ISIS are following clear injunctions in the Qurʾān and Sunnah thereby conveying the notion that Islām validates and justifies their activities. ... Read more »
9
OCT
2016
Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah and the Foundational Principles of the Khārijite Renegades (F): Lack of Genuine Knowledge-Based Piety
The Khārijites appear to show piety in certain affairs (in which they have exaggerated) whilst neglecting numerous other obligatory affairs, leading them to a false type of piety built upon ignorance and lack of understanding. ... Read more »
8
OCT
2016
Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah and the Foundational Principles of the Khārijite Renegades (E): Interpreting the Qurʾān with Opinions
Ibn Taymiyyah explains: “Also the Khārijites used to follow the Qurʾān upon the requirements of their own understanding but as for those [the Rāfiḍah Shīʿites], they follow the Infallible Imām [whom they believe in] who has no existence [in reality].” ... Read more »
8
OCT
2016
Shaykh Muḥammad Bin Ṣāliḥ Bin ʿUthaymīn: The Fake, Outward Piety of the Khārijite Renegades Whose Hearts Are Black and Empty
These [are the] Khārijites whom the Prophet described that they are people of obedience and worship and that a Companion would belittle his prayer and recitation next to theirs. ... Read more »
8
OCT
2016
Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah and the Foundational Principles of the Khārijite Renegades (D): Attachment to the Qurʾān and Rejecting the Sunnah
One of the traits of the Khārijites is that they are attached primarily to the Qurʾān in the development of their doctrine. The reason for this is that it allows them to interpret the Qurʾān through their own opinions without recourse to the Sunnah. ... Read more »
7
OCT
2016
Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah and the Foundational Principles of the Khārijite Renegades (C): Two Vile Principles of the Khārijites
Ibn Taymiyyah stated: “They [the Khārijites] have two well-known distinguishing qualities by which they separated from the main body of Muslims and their leaders.” ... Read more »
7
OCT
2016
Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah and the Foundational Principles of the Khārijite Renegades (B): Three Consecutive Stages in the Khārijite Methodology
In the various works of Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah (728H) is a very insightful, detailed and elaborate analysis of the Khārijite doctrine and the underlying reasons for its appearance. ... Read more »
6
OCT
2016
Khārijite Abū Muḥammad Al-Maqdisī: Absolution in Takfīr on the Issue of Obedience to Scholars and Rulers
The Khārijite renegade and ideological terrorist, Abū Mūhammad ʿĀṣim al-Barqāwī al-Maqdisī - by his own admission – was nurtured upon the book of Sayyid Quṭb and Mawdūdī by the Takfīrī Khārijite Egyptian groups in Afghanistan. ... Read more »
6
OCT
2016
Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah and the Foundational Principles of the Khārijite Renegades (A): Faulty Understanding of the Texts
In the various works of Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah (728H) is a very insightful, detailed and elaborate analysis of the Khārijite doctrine and the underlying reasons for its appearance. ... Read more »
6
OCT
2016
Khārijite Abū Muḥammad al-Maqdisī: All Muslim Lands Including Makkah and Madīnah Are Abodes of Disbelief
The Khārijites have a number of positions towards the inhabitants of what they consider the abode of disbelief. The first is to consider them all disbelievers, as we have seen from the Bayhasites. ... Read more »
6
OCT
2016
Khārijite Abū Muḥammad Al-Maqdisī: Raising and Flying Flags of Muslim Nation States Is Apostacy
The Khārijite renegade and ideological terrorist, Abū Mūhammad ʿĀṣim al-Barqāwī al-Maqdisī - demonstrating the extent to which he wallows in the doctrine of the Khārijites claims that raising the flags of Muslim nation states is from the mukaffirāt (what expels from Islām). ... Read more »
6
OCT
2016
Ibn Taymiyyah (728H) on the Affair of the Khārijites Being Hidden to Most People
Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah (728H) said: “Some factions are greater in their opposition to the Messenger than others, and others are more apparent in their opposition [than others]. However, the apparentness [of such opposition] is a relative matter.” ... Read more »
6
OCT
2016
Imām al-Ājurrī (360H) on the Khārijites and Takfīr of Rulers Through Faulty Interpretation of Verses
The Salafī scholar, Abu Bakr Muḥammad bin al-Ḥusayn al-Ājurrī (360H) explains how the Khārijites misinterpret verses of the Qurʾān to justify takfīr of the rulers. ... Read more »
5
OCT
2016
Salafī Imām ʿAbdullāh Ibn al-Mubārak (179H) on the Defining Traits of the Khārijites
ʿAbdullāh Ibn al-Mubārak alluded to four defining traits of the Khārijite renegades by mentioning four foundational Islāmic precepts which they oppose. ... Read more »
5
OCT
2016
Abū al-Ḥusayn al-Malṭiyy al-Shāfiʿīyy (377H) on Khārijite Movements
Abū al-Ḥusayn Muḥammad bin Aḥmad bin ʿAbd al-Raḥmān al-Malṭiyy al-Shāfiʿīyy wrote in his work, “al-Tanbīh wal-Radd”, under the section pertaining to the Khārijites: “As for the first sect of the Khārijites, they are the Muḥakkimah ... Read more »
5
OCT
2016
Salafī Imām Ḥarb Bin Ismāʿīl Al-Kirmānī (280H) on the Khārijites
The Salafī Imām, Ḥarb bin Ismāʿīl al-Kirmānī (280H), from the associates and students of Imām Aḥmad, stated: “As for the Khārijites, they passed through the religion and separated from it. They broke loose from Islām and isolated themselves from the jamāʿah.” ... Read more »
5
OCT
2016
Salafī Imām Abū Bakr al-Ājurrī (360H) on the Khārijite Renegades
The Salafī scholar, Abu Bakr Muḥammad bin al-Ḥusayn al-Ājurrī (360H) said: “The scholars have not differed that the Khārijite (extremists) are an evil people, disobedient to God and His Messenger, even if they pray, fast and strive hard in worship.” ... Read more »
5
OCT
2016
A Response to Joas Wagemakers’s False Claim Regarding Shaykh Muḥammad Nāṣir Al-Dīn Al-Albānī in His Book ‘Salafism in Jordan’ (2016)
Joas Wagemakers falsely ascribes to al-Albānī the conviction that deeds 'could not decrease faith or take it away altogether'. ... Read more »
 

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