Extremism & Terrorism

The Evils of Modern Day Terrorism and its Roots: Al-Qaeda, ISIS, The Nusra Front, etc.

The following is a transcription of a lecture that I delivered at a conference in Cardiff, Wales (United Kingdom) in July 2014. It was attended by the local Muslim community, the media and academics. Some [read on…]

Extremism & Terrorism

FREE Flier: Combatting ISIS Al-Qaeda & “Islamist” Insurgencies Worldwide

  Click here to download the PDF flier  → Combatting ISIS Terrorists  Let’s mass distribute these leaflets in the West so that the Salafi position towards these extremists is made clear and apparent for all to see, so no one [read on…]

Extremism & Terrorism

The Khawarij Past and Present: ISIS Daesh in Iraq & Syria: Ibn Kathir (died 774 AH): If The Khawarij Ever Gained Strength in Iraq and Syria, There Would Be Mass Killing

  قال الحافظ ابن كثير الدمشقي ـ رحمه الله ـ في كتابه “البداية والنهاية”(١٠/ ٥٨٤-٥٨٥) عن ما سيفعله الخوارج بالأمة إذا قووا إذْ لو قَووا هؤلاء لأفسدوا الأرض كلها عراقاً وشاماً، ولم يتركوا طفلاً ولا [read on…]

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Extremism & Terrorism

But ISIS Don’t Make Takfeer, So Why Do You Label Them As Khawaarij? By Shaikh Khaalid Abdur-Rahmaan

Terms: Khawaarij: A deviant sect that arose in the time of the Companions of the Prophet (salallaahu ‘alaihi wassallam). They declared Muslims to be unbelievers based upon the commission of sins. They also held it [read on…]

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Extremism & Terrorism

Salafi Shaikh Fawzaan on Jihaad in our times and the guidelines of Jihaad according to Islam

The eminent scholar of the age, Shaikh, Dr. Saalih al-Fawzaan (may Allaah preserve him) stated: “The people in this time as it relates to Jihaad are at two extremes of the spectrum and there are [read on…]

Extremism & Terrorism

Is there Jihad in Syria? Should one go and fight? By Salafi Shaikh, Abdullaah al-Bukhaaree

Shaikh Abdullaah al-Bukhaaree (May Allaah preserve him) said: The questioner here also asks regarding the fighting in Syria and its ruling. The answer, may Allaah bless you, is that we say: As it relates to [read on…]