SEMINAR - With What Reasoning & Religion Can Bombings be Considered Jihad - Sh Abdul Muhsin al-Abbad

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In this seminar the book will be provided, it will be read, studied while understanding the main themes and concepts. You will also learn and understand the position of Ahl al-Sunnah wa'l Jama'ah on some the issues that are prevalent in our times. The right of Muslims and non-Muslims alike, living under their rule and vice versa and other core themes will be discussed.

At the end of the seminar, inshAllah you will learn:

The evil of extremism and negligence
Āyāt of the Qurʾān and aḥadīth warning against extremism in the religion
Islamic texts on muslim committing suicide; intentionally or mistakenly
Islamic texts concerning killing another muslim unjustly; intentionally or mistakenly
Islamic texts concerning Killing a person under a covenant; intentionally or mistakenly

This short treatise of the Saudi Arabian Salafī scholar, Shaykh ʿAbd al-Muḥsin b. Ḥamad al-ʿAbbād al-Badr is a repudiation of the people whose ideology is to cause corruption and chaos throughout the lands. They cause destruction and devastation physically; to life and property as well as emotional and psychological trauma to all those affected by their reckless killing, suicide bombings and indiscriminate killing under the satanic principle of ‘collateral damage’. In current times various groups and organisations have arisen, whose intent is to kill innocent civilians, Muslims and non-Muslim, the elderly, women and children. Such heinous crimes are severely reprimanded in Islam and they also oppose its pristine teachings based on divine scriptures. These wicked and evil people distort and manipulate the scriptural texts, so that they conform to their whims and desires.

This treatise, ‘With What Reasoning and Religion Can Bombings and Destruction Be Considered as Jiḥād?’ of Shaykh ʿAbd al-Muḥsin addresses the important issues of killing innocent people, suicide bombings and senseless destruction, which was authored after the Riyadh bombings in 2003. This treatise also clarifies the Salafist view on the unlawfulness of suicide bombings, violent terror, the killing of innocent people and the sanctity of human life, which the Salafis have always advocated. Let this treatise also serve as a reminder to the detractors, who exert considerable effort to discredit the teachings of Salafiyyah, which is free from the so called brands of Salafism. We pray that individuals affected with the ideas of the Khawārij and extremists, benefit from this treatise while reading it with an open and sincere mind.