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The Feet in Salaat

Source : / 25 Mar 2013

In this fourteenth century of the Islamic era, a recently mushroomed sect known as the Salafis, has invented some new rules which they believe are the Sunnat teachings of Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). Inspite of their views being in conflict with the teachings of the Salf-e-Saaliheen belonging to the Noblest Ages of Islam (Khairul Quroon), they obstinately cling to their misguided opinions. Their method is to subject the Ahadith to their personal understanding. Inspite of the divergence which this self-opinion produces from the Way of the Ummah inherited from the Sahaabah, the Salafis intransigently cling to their deviation.


Egypt’s hardline Islamist party unravels, pointing to fragility in political Islam

Source : AP | 05 Oct 2012

Internal feuds are threatening to unravel the political party of Egypt’s ultraconservative Islamist Salafis, as pragmatists try to shake off the control of hardline clerics who reject any compromise in their stark, puritanical version of Islam.


In Libya, a Fundamentalist War against Moderate Islam Takes Shape

By Steven Sotloff | Time | Tripoli | 18 Jan 2012

The Libyan revolution has not been kind to Mahmud al-Arabi. Last March, forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi ransacked his grocery store in Zuwara after he fled to Tunisia, stealing about $6,000 worth of supplies. When he returned in September, facing mounting debts, al-Arabi turned to selling beer and liquor — an illegal enterprise in a country where alcohol has been banned for four decades.


Farid Salman: “What is the difference between traditional Islam and Salafiyyah?”


We would like to bring to reader’s attention an interview with Farid Salman the Chairperson of Ulama Council of a centralized Islamic organization Russian Association for Islamic Consent (RAIC) and the President of the Holy Qur’an and Sunnah Research Centre, Kazan.


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