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Manchester Conference – Islam Against Extremism

Click the links below to listen to each talk: THE HISTORICAL ROOTS OF AL-QAIDA AND ISIS ISLAM FORBIDS EXTREMISM AND COMMANDS GENTLENESS CLARIFYING THE DOUBTS OF THE KHAWAARIJ THE ISLAMIC CONDEMNATION OF EXTREMISM AND TERRORIST IDEOLOGIES IGNORANCE AND ITS EFFECT … Continue reading

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Colonial and Post-Industrial Movements of Reform and Da’wah

Note: please read the beneficial footnotes too. Also, the word Islamist should be taken to mean “political activist”, whose methodological and ideological roots stem from socio-political situations, rather than being based upon clear motivations based upon the Islamic Creed. The … Continue reading

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Imaam al-Albaani on differentiating between the Aqidah of the Salaf and the Manhaj of the Salaf to oppose the way of the Salaf

Imaam al-Albaani (rahimahullaah) was asked, “Some of the youth differentiate between the aqidah of the Salaf and the manhaj of the Salaf so you see some of them upon the aqidah of the Salaf yet they allow themselves to work … Continue reading

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