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The Misconception Concerning the Invalidity of the Treaty of Whoever is Forced to Sign a Treaty

The misconception is the following statement which some people make: “We have been forced into signing peace treaties, and any treaty which someone has been forced into is invalid.” The response to this misconception is as follows: both of these preambles are false. Concerning the first, which is that we have been forced into signing […]

The Sedition of Revolting Against Rulers

One of the main aspects or causes of terrorism is revolting against rulers. It was a historic phenomenon espoused by some Islamic sects, and an approach embraced by the recent deviant groups. It was the principle behind the Kharijites’ radical approach against Muslim communities, both common people and rulers. They often make false claims against […]

The Reality of al-Qaeda in Libya

This does not mean that the al-Qaeda group is completely inexistent in Libya, although however, it does exist in a weak manner – due to the security restrictions – such as extending its organisation into the Western Sahara. A tape has emerged in which it has been ascribed to the second man in the al-Qaeda […]

The Most Prominent Leaders of the Terrorist Organization in Maghreb (AQIM)

Who are the leaders of Al-Qaeda in Islamic Maghreb (AQIM)? Five French people are held hostages in Niger by Terrorist Abu Zayd, one of the most prominent leaders of the Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb. Who is this man that is described as an “extremist and violent”? Who is Belmokhtar, another extremist activist in the […]

The Jasmine Revolution from the perspective of the Islamist Moroccans

1. Justice and Charity Organization: Any political reformist movement is supposed to carry out the effective reformist process it calls for, for real reformation is a comprehensive social movement that expresses people’s will, and conveys their demands for a better future. Thus, reformation is not achieved through slogans and provocative speeches, but through the practical […]

The Islamic Movement in the Area of “The Palestinians of 48″

It is a religious and political movement that works within the framework of Israeli laws. It was established in 1971 by Abdullah Nimar Darwish in the occupied territories and is active amongst the Arabs of 48 (the Arabs who hold Israeli nationality). The Movement first started in the seventies, when Islamic action spread in Palestine […]

The Habashis… A Religious or Political Group?

Abdullah al-Harari al-Habashi arrived at Lebanon whereby he was deceived by the people and they were ignorant that he had come from a country in which is detested by its people to the extent that they even nicknamed him “the sheikh of corruption.” (According to the testimony of some of Habashi’s relatives) this is due […]

Al-Qaḥṭānī the founder of Ṣadā al-Malāḥim (Echoes of epic battles):

The Saudi national Nāyf Al-Qaḥṭānī is one of the principle activists in the land of Yemen. He was once a distinguished member of “Jamāʿah Anṣār ash-Sharīʿah (The group of promoters of Islamic law)” which is affiliated with al-Qaidah. He set out from one of the local neighborhoods towards Zinjibar in order to participate in the […]

Taking non-Muslims as allies against the Muslims in Afghanistan and Iraq

Many people are confused in the matter of having links with disbelievers and the rulings of having dealings with them, and so they make all of this on a single level, which necessitates that having dealings with them enters into taking them as allies, which is itself Islamically forbidden. Therefore, in order to remove the […]


Sunni scholars’ approach to dealing with the Sultans

Abu Asim Abdullah bin Humaid Al-Ghamdi All praise is due to Allah and may Allah bless Muhammad and his followers. Herein are some Sunni Scholars’ sayings demonstrating their approach and method in rebuking rulers. Compared to the pious predecessors, the void between the neo-Kharajites and Sunni Scholars’ approach becomes quite evident. We may notice how […]