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startingarabic
05-25-2016, 08:57 AM
I may disagree with some of these myself, but here it is. :nervous:

Some point regarding the khawaarij - Shaykh 'Abdul-Hameed al-Hajuuree, حفظه الله
Ash-Shaykh 'Abdul-Hameed al-Hajuuree, حفظه الله, mentions in his book 'Fathul Baari Ala Sharhis Sunnah Lil Barbahaaree' the following points regarding the Khawaarij. I will just translate the points and not the detail under them:


1) Not befriending them nor loving them rather it is obligatory to hate them


2) Not aiding them or helping them


3) Not sheltering them


4) Not being happy with them being aided or their control


5) Aiding the Muslim Rulers in stopping the Khawaarij


6) Not having doubt in regards to the misguidance of the Khawaarij


7) Making Du'aa against them


8) Warning from the Khawaarij and there evil and clarifying that which they are upon from misguidance


9) Not having trust towards them nor there covenants


10) Not being misled by their claims and being mindful regarding there symbols


11) Raising their doubts and refuting it, and this is for the scholars and the callers (to do)


12) Being distant from their sittings and their places of doubts


13) Deceiving them and plotting against them


14) Starting with fighting them before other than them


15) Protecting the residents from their evil and harms


16) Striving to cause separation between them


17) Warning from their evil before it occurs and spreading the Salafi 'Aqeedah between the Muslims


18) Not permitting them in opening their schools and institutes, demolishing that which is connected to that


19) Boycotting them


20) Not aiding them in making apparent their symbols which are in opposition to the true Religion of Islaam


21) They are not to be given anything from the wealth if they are persistent upon their falsehood


[Pgs 364-385]


In total the Shaykh mentioned 26 points. How much are we in need of the likes of these points in these times of fitnah


Translated by Majeed Jawed
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