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The Quran Is an evil book about a racist pedophile

Posted by avideditor on April 25, 2010

UPDATE: This is for the jihadis that practice a violent jihad and want to impose sharia on everyone. Muslims that really believe this or groups like this, I do not understand you but good work if it is not just deception. So if you are are really peaceful, sorry. I hope you can understand my response to the violence and silencing of free speech by others that claim your beliefs in your faith.  For anybody that is offend and want to kill me this is for you 😉

This is commentary of the evil book by beloved Hanbali faqih Sheik Ismail ibn Kathir, a student of Sheik Ibn Taymiyyah, another beloved Hanbali faqih who has influenced al-Qaeda and their ilk
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One of the best internet radio shows so far

Posted by avideditor on April 25, 2010

Since David of the http://www.thejidf.org/ stopped doing his radio show Jewish Internet Defense Force on Blog Talk RadioI recommend this one blogmocracy on Blog Talk Radio . My friend Macker of http://mackers-world.com/ and Rodan of http://www.theblogmocracy.com/ host it.
Some great guests too 🙂
Still like The Gathering Storm Gathering Storm Report on Blog Talk Radio and Shire Network news Shire Network News – The Podcast Feed! too 🙂

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The similarity between Abraham Lincoln and Barack Obama

Posted by avideditor on April 25, 2010

HT Skeptical One

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“Refuting Those Who say You Need A Khaleef (imaam) For Offensive Jihad”

Posted by westerncivisheretostay on April 25, 2010

Philip Daniel

http://western-civ-here-to-stay.blogspot.com/

A Salafi analysis which reveals the bitter truth behind jihad al-talab wa’l-ibtida’, as a fardh kifaya and mustahabb form of genocidal imperialism under the sacrosanct legislation of the four Sunni madhaheb, harb and qatil glorified under the Shari’a as a perpetual divinely-mandated institution which procures for the zealous mujahedin either entry into Jannatul-Ferdaws or bountiful maal-e-ghanimaat and ma malakat aymanukum as well as sovereignty over the entire earth as Khulafaah of Allah and his Ummat al-Muslimin, upholders of al-ma’ruf & siratul-mustaqim and annihilators of the fasaad and fitna of kufr (kufrul-istihaal, kufrul-istibdaal et al) and shirk

Refuting Those Who say You Need A Khaleef (imaam) For Offensive Jihad

Al-Jihad legally in Shar’iah:

The four Fuqaha’ have agreed that al-Jihaad is al-Qitaal (fighting) and to help there in (i.e. in Qitaal).

To you is the definition of the four jurists:

1. Al-Hanafiyah:

It says in Fath al-Qadeer by Ibn Humaam 5/187: “al-Jihaad: calling the Kuffar to the religion of truth and to fight them if they do not accept”. al-Kaasaani said in al-Badaa’i’, 9/4299 “To sacrifice ones strength and energy in Fighting in the way of Allah ‘Azza wa-Jal with ones life, property and the tongue and whatever besides”.

2. Al-Maalikiyah:

For a Muslim to fight against a Kaafir who is not under oath, to raise the word of Allah, or if he (Kaafir) is in his (Muslim’s) presence (in order to attack him), or upon his (Kaafir) entering his (Muslim’s) land. (Haashiya al-’Adawi/as-Sa’eedi 2/2 and ash-Sharh as-Sagheer/Aqrab al-Masaalik by ad-Dardeer 2/267)

3. Ash-Shaafi’iyah:

Al-Baajawari said, “al-Jihaad means: al-Qitaal (fighting) in the way of Allah”, al-Baajawari / Ibnul-Qaasim 2/261. Ibn Hajr said in al-Fath 6/2, “…and legally (it means) sacrificial striving in fighting the Kuffar”

4. Al-Hanbaliyah:

“To Fight the Kuffar” see Mataalibu Ulin-Nahi 2/497. “al-Jihaad is al-Qitaal (fighting) and to sacrifice all strength in it to raise the Word of Allah”, see ‘Umdatul-Fiqh p.166, and Muntahal-Iraadaat 1/302.

Allah SWT forbids His prophet peace be upon him to follow the liars-disbelievers of Mecca- in that is against Truth (al haq).

Al-Qurtubi said in his interpretation of Quran 18/230 ‘He forbids him from leaning to disbelievers and they used to call him to stop fighting so that they stop as well. Allah clarified that leaning to them is a Kufr(disbelief). “And had We not given thee strength, thou wouldst nearly have inclined to them a little. » Israa 74. And Idhan means: docility and mannerism. Allah explained here that disbelievers of Mecca wished that Mohamed peace be upon him would soften and effectuate with them, things which Allah forbid His prophet to do.’

And also, on the day of Al-Fath (when the Prophet sallallahu alayhe wa sallam conquered Makkah), the Prophet (sallallahu alayhe wa salam) said: “There is no Hijrah (migration from Makkah to Al-Madinah) after the victory, but only Jihad and good intention. If you were required to march forth, then march forth.” {Fath Al-Bari 4:56}

Allah Subhana wa Ta’ala also said:

“O Prophet! Make Jihad against the unbelievers and the hypocrites and be firm against them. Hell shall be their home; and it is the worst of all homes.” {Surah At-Tawba 9:73}

Ibn Abbas (radhi Allahu anhu) said: “Allah commanded the Prophet (sallallahu alayhe wa salam) to fight the disbelievers with the sword, to strive against the hypocrites with the tongue and annulled lenient treatment of them.” {Tafsir Ibn Kathir, Vol. 4, p. 475 and Tafsir At-Tabari 14:359}

Furthermore, Allah commanded the Prophet (sallallahu alayhe wa salam) to fight even if others didn’t join, when He (subhana wa Ta’ala) said:

“Therefore, O Muhammad, fight; in the path of Allah, you are accountable for no one except for yourself. Urge the believers to fight, it may be that Allah will overthrow the might of the unbelievers, for Allah is the strongest in might and severe in punishment.” {Surah An-Nisaa 4:84}

Commenting on this verse, Ibn Kathir said: “Allah commands His servant and Messenger, Muhammad (sallallahu alayhe wa salam), to himself fight in Jihad and not be concerned about those who do not join Jihad.” {Tafsir Ibn Kathir, Vol. 2, p. 529}

Offensive Jihad

This is where the enemy is not fighting Muslims or gathering to fight the Muslims. This type of jihad is Fard Kifayah, which means that if some Muslims perform this duty, the obligation falls from the rest. If none of them responds to this obligation, then they are all in sin.

Allah says:

“O believers, fight them until there is no more fitnah and the Deen of Allah (way of life prescribed by Allah) is established completely” {Surah Al-Anfal 8:39}

It was narrated from Ibn ‘Umar that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “I have been commanded to fight the people until they bear witness that there is no god but Allaah, and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allaah, and establish regular prayer, and pay zakaah, If they do that then their blood and wealth is safe from me, except by the laws of Islam, and their reckoning will be with Allaah.” {Narrated by al-Bukhaari, Vol. 1, No. 24; Muslim, Vol. 1, No. 29}

Ibn Qudaamah said: “Jihad is an obligation upon the community; if some people undertake it, the rest are relieved of the obligation.” What fard kifaayah means is that if it is not undertaken by enough people, then all the people are guilty of sin, but if enough people undertakes it, the rest will be relieved of blame. Initially the command is addressed to all of them, as in the case of an individual obligation (fard ‘ayn), but then in the case of fard kifaayah the obligation is dropped if enough of the people undertake to do it, unlike the case with fard ‘ayn where the obligation is not dropped if someone else does it. Jihad is a fard kifaayah, according to the majority of scholars.” {al-Mughni, 9/163}

Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah said: “Everyone who hears the call of the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) to the religion of Allah with which he was sent and does not respond to it must be fought so that there will be no fitnah and so that submission will all be for Allah.” {Majmu’ al-Fatawa 28/249}

In regard to offensive jihad and whether or not having an imam or ruler that is followed is a condition for this type of jihad; then we have the statement of Imam Ash-Shawkanee to this affect. His full name is Imam Ali bin Muhammad bin Abdullah Ash-Shawkanee. He lived 1173-1250AH (1777-1834CE), he was a great scholar who studied under a number of great scholars, his famous book being “Nayl Al-Autar”. Imam Ash-Shawkanee said in his book Irshaad as-Saa’il Ilaa Dalaa’il al-Masaa’il:

“The Muslims differed over attacking the Kuffaar in their lands [offensive Jihaad], as to whether or not the great Imaam is a condition for such? The true truth that is acceptable is that [Jihaad] is obligatory upon every Muslim individual, and the Qur’aanic verses and Prophetic narrations are unrestricted [meaning, they do not mention a condition of an Imaam].” {Page 80 of ar-Rasaa’il as-Salafeeyah}

Neither Ibn Qudamah nor Ibn Taymiyyah (may Allah have mercy on them) placed the condition of having a ruler or imam for jihad to be Fard ‘Ayn.

Not only is the claim that jihad cannot be Fard Ayn without a ruler or Imam that is followed baseless in the light of Quran and Sunnah, but we shall see that this even contradicts the Sunnah of the Prophet (sallallahu alayhe wa sallam) and the way of the righteous companions and their understanding. Read the rest of this entry »

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