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Islams Reformers

The bigotry of the religion reformers or bigots of science who surfaced lately to blame all previous scholars, basic fundamental beliefs or practices

Because that so-called

Because that so-called religion suited the purposes of lazy people, vagabonds and especially womanizers, it spread rapidly. Kubad Shah, too, was an evil person given to debaucheries. He also admitted communism. When his son Nûshirvân came into power, he put base Majdak and his eighty thousand men to the sword and exterminated the nuisance of communism. The justice of Nûshirvân Shah is praised in a hadîth-i-sherîf. It is obvious that those who prepared the communistic revolution in Russia in 1917 and caused thousands of citizens to slaughter one another and a big nation to be enslaved by a small savage minority followed the path of the idiots annihilated by Nûshirvân Shah. The duty of the Islamic state is to protect the property, life and chastity of the people, to get back the rights of the oppressed from the cruel. The government can never violate the property, life and chastity of the people. 54 - Again in the book World’s Peace and Islam, Sayyid Qutb wrote: “Personal property cannot be made from plunder, robbery, usurpation, theft, bribes, deceit, interest, profiteering or ways which cause them. The state may add it to its treasury, wholely or partly, whenever it wants. Historical examples indicate that the state has been given this right entirely.” He is wrong once again. It is true that such unjust earnings cannot be halâl. The state has to get them back, not whenever it wants but immediately. But what the state takes back cannot be its own. It should transfer them to their owners. The duty of the state is to get the oppressed person’s due from the cruel one. If the state, instead of giving them to the oppressed, adds them to its treasury, the state is cruel, too. In the section about giving salary to women from the Bayt al-mâl in the fifth volume of Radd almuhtâr, Ibn Âbidîn wrote: “Property obtained in a harâm way, for example, that which is usurped, should be returned to its owner. Such property cannot be Bayt al-mâl’s. It cannot be common property for all Muslims, either.” Property expropriated illegally from the people, i.e. the usurped property, cannot be owned by the state. It should be returned to its owner or, if the owner is dead, to the inheritors. If the owner is unknown, it should be dispensed to the poor. It is harâm for those who know the owner to get or use it. If a person, though he knows its owner, does not return the property harâm for him, and if he expects to be rewarded in the next world for using it in a charitable deed such as building a – 204 –

mosque or giving alms, he becomes an unbeliever. And if others who know that the property was harâm for him say that he has earned thawâb, they also become unbelievers, for it is fard for him to give this property or, if it has been spoilt, its match or, if it does not have a match, its cost to its owner or to his inheritors, or, if he cannot find them, to dispense it to the poor with the intention that its thawâb be given to them. It is harâm to use it for something else. It is harâm for others also to buy (or accept as a gift, alms, etc.) and use this property if they know that it is harâm. If a person mixes the property he has obtained in a way that is harâm with other property earned in a halâl or harâm way and gives alms from this mixture and expects thawâb from it, he does not become an unbeliever, for it becomes his own, yet foul, property when it is mixed. He owes its owner. Though it is harâm for him to use it before paying its cost, it is not harâm for someone else to buy and use it. 55 - Again in World’s Peace and Islam Seyyid Qutb wrote: “Muslims are revolutionists. They revolt against cruelty and injustice.” This idea of his does not conform with what the Islamic scholars reported. Muslims do not revolt. They do not arouse sedition and mischief. It is a sin to revolt against even a cruel government. It is not jihâd but fitna (mischief) to violate the laws and commands. Sayyid Qutb, Mawdûdî and those who have been deceived by them misinterpreted the thirty-ninth âyat of the sûrat al-Hajj, an offense that brought them destruction. This âyat states, “Jihâd against the cruel who attack Muslims has been permitted.” When the unbelievers of Mecca oppressed, injured and killed Muslims, the Sahâba repeatedly asked for permission to fight against them, and their requests were turned down with a mollifying rejection. This âyat was revealed upon the migration to Medina, permitting the newly founded Islamic State to perform jihâd against the cruel in Mecca. This âyat does not permit Muslims to oppose their cruel government; it permits the Islamic State to make jihâd against the armies of cruel dictators who prevent their peoples from hearing about Islam and becoming Muslims. The hadîths quoted on the forty-first and seventy-first pages of the translation of As-siyar al-kabîr declare, “Paradise is harâm for a person who revolts against the ruler,” and “Perform jihâd under the command of every ruler, just or cruel!” Jihâd, as it is written in books means ‘war against the unbelievers of other countries’. The hadîth given in the books Radd al-muhtâr, Kâmil – 205 –

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