Ibn ʿAbd Al-Barr (d. 463H) on Tyrannical, Unjust Rulers and Rebellion|
Posted by Abu Iyaad on Sunday, May, 05 2019 and filed under Khurūj (Revolution)
There are to be found in the field today, Khārijites, from the remnants of the Quṭbīs, Surūrīs, Taḥrīrīs, Takfīrīs and their likes, knowing that they cannot openly profess their falsehood because of what has taken place of the rejection against ISIS and the establishment of the proof by the followers of the Salaf that they are Khāriiites like the first Muḥakkimah, and the Azāriqah after them. So now, they are clinging to shubuhāt which have been demolished aforetime, and which they use as a stepping stone to continue their call to the doctrine of the Khārijites, but this time in "safe mode". These people are scorpions and snakes and they should be refuted, exposed and warned against for their ignorance and and their camouflaged call to deviation and extremism. From their tactics is to falsely ascribe rebellion to some of the Salaf or to use isolated instances from some of the Salaf--who were declared erroneous for what they fell into of fighting or rebellion--and through that, overturn the foundations of the Sunnah that are agreed upon by the Salaf and those Imams upon their way.
Ibn ʿAbd al-Barr (d. 463) is from the Mālikī scholars and he said in al-Iistidhkār (5/16):