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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 »
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 »
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
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 »
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 »

 

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



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