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Benefit: Al-Qāʿidah Are Mujāhidūn in the Path of the Devil

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

Shaykh ʿAbd al Muhsin Al-ʿAbbād : Al-Qā’idah Are Mujāhidūn In The Path Of The Devil Question: Some people say that the present day organisation (known as) Al-Qaa’idah are Khawārij and others say that they are Mujāhidūn (performing Jihād) what is the position of your eminence concerning this? Answer: Yes they are Mujāhidūn (struggling and fighting) in the path of the devil. Translated by Ḥasan Ṣumālī Brothers and sisters, previously I received e-mails where people were surprised with the Shaykh’s stance on the killing of ibn Laden. In reality no one should be amazed as the Shaykh has only stated what has previously been mentioned by the Imāms of Ahl Us Sunnah from the likes of Ibn Taymīyyah that anyone who traverses upon the path of the Khawārij is fighting in the path of the devil, even though they believe that their actions are pleasing to Allāh. Ibn Taymīyyah (may Allāh have mercy upon him) said: “However, it is obligatory to differentiate between the legislated Jihād which Allāh and His Messenger has commanded and the innovated Jihād which is the Jihād (waged by) misguided individuals who perform Jihād in obedience to the devil but they believe that they are performing Jihād in obedience to The Most Merciful (al-Raḥmān). This is like the Jihād of the people of innovation and desires such as the Khawārij and other than them who fight against the people of Islām…”1
 
1) Ar-Radd 'Ala al-Akhnaa'ee, p. 205.

Tags: ISIS, Politics, Abd al-Muḥsin al-ʿAbbād , Al-Qāʿdah

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