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Shaykh Rabee: The Destructive Freemasonic Principles and Protocols of Al-Ikhwan Al-Muslimeen
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Part 1: The Destructive Freemasonic Principle of Hassan al-Banna and al-Ikhwan Al-Muslimeen

The Shaykh said as occurs in his Majmu' Kutub wa Rasaa'il (14/205-206):

Now, they are leading us into unity of religions, starting out from the vile, destructive principle, "Let us cooperate in that which we agree and excuse each other in that which we disagree," this is an impure Freemasonic principle, this principle was devised by the Freemasons in order to gather together societies, nations, religions and creeds under one Freemasonic flag (of authority). So this principle (as utilized by the Ikhwaan) comes at the beginning of the affair calling that we should unite the Muslims, and they do not feel shy in including the Raafidah, Baatiniyyah and Soofiyyah within it. Then when they have gained ground, they announce a call to the brotherhood of Christians, (under) "the Abrahamic faction," the unity of religions, and they set up conferences for it. These (people who) intoxicate (the masses with their misguidance), they have increased the ummah in destruction from the angle of division, destruction and from another angle of watering down and intoxicating, playing with the minds of the people and distancing them from the true manhaj of Allaah.


ONE: Freemasonry is an institution through which the destruction of national sovereignty of nations is organized and executed with the aim of installing private central banks (issuing debt-based currency) so as to wrestle control over the economies and politics of nations (and their natural resources). All wars and revolutions for the past 200 years have been instigated and fought to install this particular economic model upon individual nations firstly and then the globe. The aim is a progressive merging of societies, nations, religions and creeds under one authority which enforces commmunism (collectivisation, socialism) upon the masses whilst holding all capital for those at the top. The Communist Manifesto of Marx and Engels was the ideological blueprint in the mid-19th century which paved the way for the major upheavals of the 20th century. To mobilize the masses to help achieve this (through ideological, cultural and then physical revolutions) a certain (deceptive, lying, treacherous) slogan resounded and it was "liberty (freedom), equality and fraternity (brotherhood)" - the real meaning of which is something other than what the masses think it to be. The golden principle of al-Ikhwan "let us cooperate in that which we agree and excuse each other in that which we disagree" came to Hassan al-Banna from Muhammad Abduh from Jamal al-Din al-Afghani (Baatinee Freemason).

TWO: The two main strains of Ikhwani thought (those of Hasan al-Banna and Sayyid Qutb) are founded upon that Freemasonic slogan and associated principles. Amassing the people into a mass conglomeration (irrespective of creed) and mobilizing them into revolution. Although these methodologies have been clothed in Islamic terms by al-Ikhwaan, their origins are very clear. Just reflect on "liberty (freedom), equality and fraternity" and the history of the 19th and 20th century that goes with it and you will see it staring in your face. This clashes with the Divine Shari'ah and the Prophetic Sunnah. Contrary to a) unity irrespective of creed and b) revolutions against rulers to establish "social justice", we see instead, c) condemnation and boycotting of individuals, groups and sects departing from the Straight path and d) patience upon tyranny and injustice of the rulers. The Shari'ah of Islaam came with the preservation of religious and worldly welfare by enjoining these two matters. This is not something that the aql (reason) of man would suggest given the circumstances. On the contrary, the reason of man tends towards the opposite, because man is ignorant, hasty, short-sighted and foolish. The Ikhwanis and their followers wage the greatest of wars against these two mighty foundations of the Shari'ah and they do so by following the slogans and methodologies of the Freemasons - and this also demonstrates that their brandishing the slogan of "al-Haakimiyyah" is the greatest of frauds and flowery deceptions.

THREE: Here is your (Freemasonic) fraternity (start with the innovators and deviants, and end with other religions):

And the statements of the leading figureheads of Ikhwaan build upon this (Freemasonic) notion of unity of creeds and religions are many. From the greatest of the callers to this is Yusuf al-Qaradawi, and we will document his statements elsewhere (inshaa'Allaah). But as Shaykh Rabee' said, they start with the Raafidah, Baatiniyyah and Sufiyyah and end up with other religions.

FOUR: Here is your (Freemasonic) equality and liberty [meaning freedom from tyranny of capital and authority [monarchies, rulers] brought about by revolutions and upheavals and redistribution of wealth upon communist, socialist principles to ensure equality of all]: Shaikh Rabee' stated in "al-Awaasim Mimmaa Fee Kutub Sayyid Qutb Min al-Qawaasim" (p.38, 1st print, 1995):

Secondly: This tashree (legislation) that Sayyid Qutb ascribes to Islaam (referring here to some aspects of socialism-marxism related to confiscation of wealth from the rich for redistribution amongst the poor that Qutb permitted), he borrowed them from the Communist and Western principles (mabaadi) and theorems (nadhariyyaat) which had become widespread in his lifetime. In fact he himself used to imbibe (such principles and theorems) and they remained settled in his soul and in his intellect at the time when he would write in the name of Islaam. Especially when he mounted the peak of the Nasserite Taaghootee revolution which in its application, centered around Socialism, based upon the theorem of Sayyid Qutb and his likes, those who had mixed Marxist Socialism with the garment of Islaam, and by which Islaam and the Muslims were pounded.

Shaykh Rabee' also mentions that the manhaj of these people is derived from the Communists before it is derived from the Khawaarij of old. The Shaykh said as occurs in Kashf al-Sitaar (p.32):

This is a revolutionary ideology, we do not say that it is influenced by the ideology of the Khawaarij, but we say that it is influenced by the Communist, Nationalist and Secularist revolutions before influence by the ideology of the Khawaarij, because those who laid down destructive revolutions in the lands of Islam, they are the enemies of Allaah from (amongst) the Jews, Christians and Communists. And the intelligent person does notn consider it remote that the enemies of Allaah from the Jews and Christians who have pounced upon the lands of the Muslims and have brought about (engineered) these types of destructive, revolutionary circumstances, and they support them and continue to support them.

Ladan and Roya Boroumand wrote in an article titled "Terror, Islam and Democracy", Journal of Democracy 13.2 (2002) 5-20:

Like Mawdudi and various Western totalitarians, he [Qutb] identified his own society (in his case, contemporary Muslim polities) as among the enemies that a virtuous, ideologically self-conscious, vanguard minority would have to fight by any means necessary, including violent revolution, so that a new and perfectly just society might arise. His ideal society was a classless one where the "selfish individual" of liberal democracies would be banished and the "exploitation of man by man" would be abolished. God alone would govern it through the implementation of Islamic law (shari'a). This was Leninism in Islamist dress.

Paul Berman writes in an article published in the New York Times, 23rd March 2003:

The few had to gather themselves together into what Qutb in "Milestones" called a vanguard - a term that he must have borrowed from Lenin ...

In "Sayyid Qutb: The Father of Al-Qaida", published in the Independent in August 2006, Daniel Martin quotes from Lawrence Wright observing about the book "Milestones":

...Its ringing apocalyptic tone may be compared with Rousseau's Social Contract and Lenin's What Is to Be Done? - with similar bloody consequences.

Rod Dreher writes in the Dallas Morning News (27th August 2006):

What is to be done? Lenin famously asked about Czarist Russia. Qutb's answer to the same question about the West was, in part, "Milestones," a Leninist-style tract advocating worldwide Islamic revolution.

Phil Paine, a writer and independent scholar as he describes himself observes, after reading Milestones for the first time:

... The first thing one notices about Qutb's ideological thought is how little it has to do with traditions of Islam, or the needs of people in Islamic countries. It is profoundly European in inspiration, and it's chief models are Hitler, Marx and Lenin ... Lenin is by far the strongest influence.

Whole passages look like they were simply copied out from his works and then a pseudo-Islamic terminology inserted, "revolutionary vanguard" becoming "Islamic vanguard", and so on... As Marxist mumbo-jumbo justified the telling of any lie, the betrayal of any value, the commitment of any atrocity, in the name of an implacable destiny, so too, does Milestones...

In the compilation, "Islam and the West, Critical Perspectives on Modernity" (compiled by Michael Thompson), Omer Caha writes (pp. 44-45) - in an amazingly insightful analysis and an extremely accurate record of what was taking place with these 20th century Islamic "thinkers":

... the colonial ambitions of western countries directly over Islamic territories evoked strong reactions from Muslim thinkers of North Africa who began to think in terms of Leninism... The two key concepts these thinkers borrowed from Leninism were the "state" and "revolution". It was in their view, the state that symbolized social justice, social unity, and the struggle against the West. Such a state could only be established through revolution, this being under the leadership of a pioneering group. The works of Sayyid Qutb, an Egyptian Islamic intellectual who was hanged by the Nasser regime in 1966, for instance, emphasize the role of a revolutionary group. Largely on account of his Leninist background, Qutb envisaged the establishment of an Islamic state by means of a revolution led by a specially trained group versed in Islamic values. The project towards the creation of such a group, indeed, can be seen as an attempt to replace Lenin's proletariat vanguards with their Muslim counterparts... Although critical of socialism, many Islamic intellectuals, as in the case of Sayyid Qutb, operated on values that might be combined with a Leninist style of state socialism in some form through its emphasis on collective brotherhood, revolution, equality, salvation, a centralized state, anticapitalism, and antidemocracy amongst others. When realizing the traditional interpretations of Islam fell short of enabling the deployment of adequate means by which to resolve existing problems, they began to borrow concepts and perspectives from Russian socialism...

SIX: From what has preceded, it is clear that both Banna and Qutb embody (in their methodologies) that which Freemasonry laid down a century earlier as part of their goal to topple monarchies and replace them with a new Marxist, Socialist order. All of this being clothed and concealed with Islamic terminology, and their aim is not to establish the broad and comprehensive Tawhid of the Messengers but a narrow, restricted, politicised ideology which opens arms to the enemies of Allaah from the Raafidah, extremist Sufiyyah (Ittihaadees and Huloolis), the Jahmiyyah and other than them, nay even the Secularists, Modernists and others, and their figureheads and spiritual leaders are the greatest of dismantlers and changers (mubaddiloon) of the Shari'ah (al-Qaradawi, for example).

Part 2: The Stratagems of the Zionists and Masons Against Christian Europe Are Borrowed by al-Ikhwan al-Muslimoon And Laid Out in Their Books to Mobilize the Youth Against the Lands of Tawhid and Sunnah

Shaykh Rabee' bin Haadee said as occurs in Kashf al-Sitaar 'Ammaa Tahmiluhu Ba'd al-Da'waat Min Akhtaar (p. 39):

Now, since the da'wah of the Muslim Brotherhood was established, and it is interlocked and intermixed with the da'wah of the Raafidah, the Sufiyyah, the Quburiyyah (grave-worshippers) and the Kharijites. Nay, (even) with the da'wahs of the Christians. This is the da'wah of the Muslim Brotherhood ever since it was initiated upon this foundation, and it does not cease as such. They are the ones leading revolutions now in the world, their beliefs are corrupt, so how can we judge them to be from Ahl al-Sunnah wal-Jamaa'ah. If you wish to find the ideology of the Kharijites, you will find it, and if you wish to find the the ideology of the Mu'tazilah in their methodology, you will find it, and if you wish (to find) the methodology of the Raafidah, you will find it, and if you wish to find Secularism, you will find it, and if you wish (to find) Freemasonry you will find it in their books and in their secret and open plots.

Read the books of al-Raashid those which many of the youth read now, read "Sinaa'at ul-Hayaat", and read "al-Mismaar" and read "al-Muntaliq" and read "al-Awaa'iq", what do you find in them? You will find Zionist, Freemasonic [methodological] ideas, our youth have accepted these as sanctified books, these are the foundational mobilizers... they are the ones who mobilize our sons (our youth) [using these books].

The books of the Ikhwaan, how abundant they are. And the books of this one they call al-Raashid, (his name) is al-Ghaawee, Ahmad al-Ghaawee (in reality), al-Mughwee (the one who beguiles, misguides), by Allaah when you read the book "Sanaa'at ul-Hayaat" and (also) "al-Mismaar" by Allaah, you will find it to be like, if it does not excel, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion in their vileness, they do not fall short (in their vileness compared to those protocols). Because those plans were for the world, perhaps (mainly) in the lands of the Christians, however these plans have been laid down for the lands of Tawhid and Sunnah, they have been placed, meaning unleashed upon this land. These vile books which resemble the plans of the Zionist elders, these are the books that direct our youth, so beware of looking (only at) superficialities and beware of looking (only at) outward appearance - may Allaah bless you - these (books) are what mobilize (the youth) in reality, the books of Sayyid Qutb, the books of Ahmad al-Raashid, the books of Muhammad Qutb, the books of al-Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen, may Allaah bless you.


The Muslim Brotherhood operates in the same way as the Freemasonic Brotherhood. They use stealth in order to occupy strategic positions of influence and authority and once a critical mass (of influence and authority) has been reached, they aim to unleash their agenda of taking control. This is their plan at least, whether they are successful is another thing. Over the past few decades the Ikhwan have been constructing their apparatus within the Gulf countries to further their agendas, and they change and adapt their methodologies as they go along - Machiavellian and Masonic politics and subterfuges. To demonstrate the type of thing that has been highlighted above in this article, let us briefly look at one of the most recent publications of these people.

Al-Qaradaawee, al-Nafeesee and the 21st Century Ikhwani Agenda

To the right is a book that was recently pointed out by Shaykh Aa'id al-Shimree (hafidhahullaah) (listen to highly beneficial audio here regarding the way of al-Qaradawi, al-Nafeesee, al-Awdah). This book, "al-Harakah al-Islaamiyyah, Ru'yah Mustaqbaliyyah" (The Islamic Movement, Future Vision), published in 2012 - following the revolutions in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya - is a compilation of essays from key Ikhwani figureheads who are outlining and recommending strategic objectives and directions for the activities of al-Ikhwan al-Muslimeen for the 21st century. Abdullaah al-Nafeesee (the editor) from Kuwait, along with Yusuf al-Qardawi, are from the highest level of theoreticians, thinkers and leaders of al-Ikhwaan. The general gist is this: It is not possible for al-Ikhwan to be successful except by taking a new direction which overcomes the problems encountered in previous activities. The states in which they faced problems (and they mean here the Gulf States including Saudi Arabia) are well-structured from a security point of view and they have many resources at their disposal to counter dissension. Because of this, the strategic objective is to make alliances with other groups and orientations so as to amass as much ground power as possible. On their own, they simply do not have enough manpower. Hence, working with the Soofees, the Shi'ites, and the Liberalists, Secularists and Modernists is something that is laid down as a necessary measure. The Ikhwani Khawaarij in Saudi Arabia such as Salman al-Awdah and Aa'id al-Qarnee (see here and here) and others, have been working to this agenda for many years now. It is for this reason that Salman al-Awdah has been making inroads into the Shi'ites and the Soofees and also the Liberalists. These activities are part of a sophisticated and wider agenda. These people have realised that their method in the 1990s was not fruitful. Salman al-Awdah personally led demonstrations (you can see this on Youtube videos) and they tried to rouse the society into dissent. But it did not work, the Major scholars figured out what they were up to and Shaykh Ibn Baaz ordered their detention, and the whole thing came to an end. Their followers then turned towards the more extreme takfiris like Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi, and they lost a very large following. The harakah ended in failure! They have realized that the [Leninist] route and path of Sayyid Qutb (takfir, revolution led by an elite) is never going to work unless you have a very large number of people behind you. States, with all their powers and resources, can easily deal with these types of attempts, even if they suffer a little bit of harm. Unless the revolution is so wide and broad that it overwhelms the authorities. Through experiences over the decades they have firmly realized that they need to make alliances, to get as much ground power as possible, and also to make use of entry into democracy for that purpose, and take a multi-pronged approach. Further, they don't mind sharing the cake of power afterwards with other factions. Hence, they have realized and come to the conclusion that a much broader methodology is needed, a more inclusive one that relies upon a much wider segment of the society.

You have to ask yourself the question - if they actively seek out to accommodate the Raafidah, Soofiyyah, Liberalists and even Secularists - what is it that is motivating these people? Is it the Tawhid of the Messengers? Or is it just attaining leadership and rule, after which it will really be seen exactly what version of Islaam they will implement. And why are their activities targeting the Gulf states where by and large there is Tawhid and Sunnah? All of this raises important questions and pondering over these matters allows you to make sense of everything which has preceded in this article. The da'wah of al-Ikhwan is a deceitful, treacherous, lying Machiavellian da'wah that operates upon Freemasonic principles and foundations and their war appears to be against the people of the Tawhid of the Messengers, those who single out Allaah alone in worship, those who affirm for Allaah his Tawhid in Uloohiyyah, those who affirm His Names and Attributes and those who venerate the Sunnah. At the same time, these people (al-Ikhwan), they ally with the Raafidah, the Soofiyyah, the Jahmiyyah, the Baatiniyyah and even the Modernists and Secularist and Liberalists, and the land (Egypt) from which they originate are full of idols (tombs) worshipped besides Allaah to which they do not bat an eyelid... with Allaah is the refuge from their evil!

Part 3: The Machiavellian, Freemasonic Slogans, Methodologies and Stratagems of the Ikhwan and Their Offshoots (Kharijites)

Shaykh Saalih as-Suhaymee on the Khawaarij

Shaykh Saalih as-Suhaymee said in his article titled (آية المنافق) "Sign of the Hypocrite" (dated August 2009), speaking about the Khawaarij:

ثانياً: وضع النقاط على الحروف بتسمية أصحاب هذا الفكر بالأسماء اللائقة بهم فإنهم خوارج بل إنهم شر من الخوارج القدامى فإنهم ضموا إلى خارجيتهم وفكرهم المنحرف تطبيق نظرية ميكافيلي وهي أن الغاية تبرر الوسيلة. فلا يكفي أن يحوم الخطباء والكتاب حول الحمى . أو أن يكتفوا بالإشارات أو الاستنكار المجرد بل لا بد من فضح أرباب هذا الفكر ، وبيان حكم الشرع فيهم توضيحاً للحقائق وتحذيراً للأمة عامة والشباب خاصة من الاغترار بهذا الفكر الذي يستقيه أصحابه من زيارات الإنترنت أو من فتاوى السفهاء القابعين في كهوف الجبال والذين ربما شجعوا وغذوا من قبل الماسونية أو الروتاري أو غير ذلك من المنظمات الصهيونية أو ما شاكله

Secondly, placing the dots on the letters by naming the people of this ideology with the names appropriate to them, for they are Khawaarij (Renegades), in fact, they are more evil than the Khawaarij of old, because in addition to their Kharijism and and their deviant ideology, they added the application of Machiavellian philosophy, which is that the ends justify the means. So it is not sufficient that the preachers (sermon-givers) and writers wander around the sanctuary, or that they suffice with just making hints, or mere rejection (on its own). Rather, it is necessary to expose the lords of this ideology, and explaining the legislative ruling upon them, in clarification of the true realities, and out of warning the Ummah in general and the youth in particular, from being deceived by this ideology which is taken by its people from visitations on the Internet, or from the verdicts of the foolish who crouch in the caves in mountains and who have perhaps been encouraged and nourished from the direction of the Freemasons and the Rotary and others from the Zionist organizations or what resembles them.

Just as the Khawarij of old were an outgrowth of currents and trends led by outsiders (Abdullah bin Saba' al-Yahudi, by way of example), in a modern context, the doctrines of the Khawaarij were revived through Sayyid Qutb, who simply brought the methodologies of Marxist Communism to the Muslims in an Islamic garb. He spent fifteen years of his life from 1925 to 1940 engrossing himself in the secular western materialist philosophies, and that influence came through strongly in his writings. He led a Leninist, Socialist revolution in July 1952 that led Jamal Abdul-Nasser to come to power, who later imprisoned Qutb, out of fear that Qutb would launch a counter-revolution against him. Whilst in prison, Qutb put this doctrine and methodology into writing in his works, building it around the Marxist-Communist slogan of "social justice", he merged some of the fundamental tenets of Communism with Islam and he explicitly negated the Islam of every Muslim society upon the face of the earth and called for violent revolutions in all the Muslim lands.

This subversive doctrine is the very one that has been used throughout the ages to wreak havoc and turmoil within nations just as it was in the 19th century by the secular humanist atheist movements, such as those of Karl Marx, Charles Darwin, and Auguste Comte. It is based upon an atheistic, secular, materialistic, outlook that their notion of envisaged "social justice" was devised. In Islam, oppression (by rulers, states, authorities) is seen in an entirely different way than in materialist secular philosophies. But unfortunately, ignoramuses wearing the gown of Islamic scholarship and poisoned up to their ears with these secular materialist philosophies brought these secular atheistic perceptions of [Marxist-Communist] "social justice", merged them with Islam, and up pop the plethora of your 20th century revolutionary movements and your 20th century takfiri Kharijites to provide the vehicle through which havoc can be wreaked in the lands of the Muslims, just as havoc was wreaked in 19th century Europe with these revolutionary movements in the name of that same slogan of "social justice".

Shaykh Rabee' bin Haadee on the Slogans of Communists, Freemasons, and the Groups of Innovation Involved in Revolutions

And Shaykh Rabee' bin Haadee said in his book (المحجة البيضاءفي حماية السنة الغراء من زلات أهل الاخطاء و زيغ أهل الأهوا), pages 9-10, speaking of how he various factions come out in the name of "justice":

ولقد شاهدنا من الواقع ومن التاريخ العبر، ولا معتبر، ولا متعظ إلا من رحم ربك . ومنها : أن كل صاحب فتنة، وكل داعٍ إلى ضلالة، يرفع بقوة شعار العدل، والعدالة، الانصاف فالثورة على الخليفة الراشد، بل على الإسلام، كانت باسم العدالة. وثورة المختار بن أبي عبيد الزنديق، كانت باسم العدالة والإنصاف. وثورة أبي مسلم الخـراسـاني كانت تحت شعار العدالة وإزالة الظلم. والحركات الماسونية، كانت تحمل شعار العدالة، والمساواة، والحرية. والثورات الشيوعية كانت تحمل هذه الشعارات . وكلها خِدَع، وشعارات كاذبة، يفضح الله أصحابها، ويكشف أستارهم، ويخزيهم في الدنيا قبل الآخره

And we have observed lessons from reality and from history, and there is no one reflecting and no one taking admonition except those upon whom Allaah has shown mercy and from them [these lessons] are: That every person of fitnah (tribulation, trouble), and every caller to misguidance, raises with all strength, the slogan of fairness and justice and equity.

The revolution (led by Abdullah bin Saba') against the righteous caliph [Uthmaan (radiallaahu anhu)], rather against Islaam, was in the name of justice. The revolution of al-Mukhtar bin Abee Ubayd, the heretic, was in the name of justice and equity. The revolution of Abu Muslim al-Khurasaanee was under the slogan of justice and stopping oppression (injustice). And the Freemasonic movements, they carried the slogan of "justice", "equality" and "freedom". And the Communist revolution was also under these slogans.

And all of them are deception, and deceitful (lying) slogans, may Allaah expose those calling with them, and uncover their veils, and humiliate them in this life before the hereafter.

Shaykh Saalih as-Suhaymee on the Realities of the Kharijites and Their Resemblance to Subversive Political Movements, Past and Present

And Shaykh Saalih as-Suhaymee also said in his lesson delivered on 14/11/2009, speaking about the Hoothees (Rafidi Shi'ah of Yemen), and about factions of people across the world who supported this tribulation:

هل هناك مسلم في قلبه مثقال ذرة من إيمان يؤيد الفتن على المسلمين في مثل هذا الوقت؟!!! لا و الله، و الله لا يؤيد هذا مسلم و لا يبرر له مسلم و يكفي هذه الفئة مع فئة الخوارج أنهم تحالفوا جنباً إلى جنب مع الخوارج المارقة و مع الشيوعيين و مع غيرهم من الفئات الباغية المارقة ، فانتبهوا و احذروا و كونوا منصفين مدركين لما يُحاك للإسلام و المسلمين، كونوا عقلاء، لا تكونوا عاطفيين تأخذكم العواطف تأيدون حثالة خلفها الموساد الصهيوني وخلفها الماسونية العالمية و خلفها الكفر العالمي يطبل لها من قريب و من بعيد، و لا تغركم دعاوى العداوة المفتعلة بين الصهيونية و بين تلك الفئات فإنهم أصدقاء منذ فتنة عبد الله بن سبأ و إلى يومنا هذا، فالمؤمن كيس فطن لا ينطلي عليه هذا الهراء و لا هذه الخزعبلات و لا هذه الخرافات، {وَلَا يَحِيقُ الْمَكْرُ السَّيِّئُ إِلَّا بِأَهْلِهِ } فاطر : 43

Is there a Muslim in whose heart there is an atom's weight of faith who supports the tribulations against the Muslims in the likes of this time?!!! By Allaah, no! By Allaah a Muslim does not support this, and nor does a Muslim justify it. And sufficient is this faction with the faction of the Khawaarij that a side of them allied with a side of the renegade Khawaarij and with the Communists and with others besides them amongst the rebelling, renegade factions. So beware, and take caution and be fair and perceptive with regard to what is being stirred against Islam and the Muslims. Be intelligent, and do not be sentimentalists who are taken by sentiments, supporting scum behind whom is the Zionist Mossad and behind whom is world Freemasonry, and behind which is world disbelief, drum-beating (against Islam) from near and from far. Do not be deceived by the claims of that artificial enmity between the Zionists and those groups (the Khawaarij), for they are friends, ever since the time of Abdullaah bin Saba' until this day of ours. Thus, the Muslim is shrewd, intelligent, he should not be deceived by this idle chatter, and nor by these fibs and deviations, "But the evil plot encompasses only him who makes it" (Fatir 35:43)

The revival of the methodology of the Khawaarij in the 20th century came through Qutb's "Social Justice" and "revolution", slogans which in a way were crystallized in Dhul Khuwaisarah at-Tamimi's statement "Be just...", and in Abdullaah bin Saba' al-Yahudi's activities against Uthman in the name of that same slogan of "justice". Shaykh Rabee' mentions that the manhaj of these people is derived from the Communists before it is derived from the Khawaarij of old. The Shaykh said as occurs in Kashf al-Sitaar (p.32):

This is a revolutionary ideology, we do not say that it is influenced by the ideology of the Khawaarij, but we say that it is influenced by the Communist, Nationalist and Secularist revolutions before influence by the ideology of the Khawaarij, because those who laid down destructive revolutions in the lands of Islam, they are the enemies of Allaah from (amongst) the Jews, Christians and Communists. And the intelligent person does notn consider it remote that the enemies of Allaah from the Jews and Christians who have pounced upon the lands of the Muslims and have brought about (engineered) these types of destructive, revolutionary circumstances, and they support them and continue to support them.

Remember, in Islam, in the Qur'an and the Sunnah, oppression of the people at large, its reasons, causes, is entirely different to how it is explained in atheistic, secular, humanist, materialistic philosophies - and all of the 20th century Khawarij who come out in the name of "social justice", they are simply the ideological spring chickens birthed by the attempted fusion of the basic tenets of those secular atheistic materialist philosophies (revolution of the masses, against capitalist elite to establish justice through equal division of wealth) with the religion of Islam, which took place in the mind and writings of Sayyid Qutb - this is Qutb's doctrine in a nutshell, covered in the garment of Islam, and the proof for that has been documented elsewhere.

Shaykh Ubayd al-Jaabiree on Servants and Agents of the Freemasons

And Shaykh Ubayd al-Jaabiree said in his cassette (المجروحون), "The Disparaged" (2003):

فأما عمرو خالد فهو عقلاني ، فيلسوف ، يبني توجيهه على الفلسفة والعقلانية ، لا على الشرع ، فيجب الحذر من هاذين ، ومن أمثالهما ، كما يجب الحذر من القنوات الفضائية ، التي تستضيف مثل أمثال هذين من خدمة الماسونية ، والرافضة أمثال القرضاوي ، فإنها قنوات هدامة منحرفة ، حرب على الإسلام وأهله ، وأخشى أن وراء هذا الفكر اليهود ، فأولئك الدعاة إن لم يكونوا ماسونيين فهم يخدمون الماسونية ، ويجادلون من أجلها

As for Amr Khalid, then he is a rationalist, philosopher, he bases his directions (of advice) upon philosophy and rationalism, not upon the legislation, and thus it is obligatory to warn against these two, and from their likes, just as it is obligatory to warn against the satellite channels which host the likes of these (people) amongst the servants of the Freemasons and of the Raafidah, such as the likes of al-Qaradawi, for these are destructive, deviant channels, a war against Islam and its people, and I fear that the Jews are behind this ideology, and these callers, if they are not Freemasons, then they [at least] serve [the agenda] of the Freemasons, and they argue for them (i.e. in favor of their agenda).

The best way to destroy revealed religion is to create, or to prop up, or to make tactical use of deviant groups and sects, and in a modern context, you are looking at the Kharijite takfiris, the Gnostic Esoteric Sufis, the Modernists, Rationalists and the Secularists (wearing the gown of Islaam), and they work on different fronts. For geographical, geo-political subversion, the Kharijite takfiris, for doctrinal spiritual subversion, the Esoteric Sufis, for moral,social subversion the Modernists, Rationalists, for legislative subversion, the Secularists and then the Rafidah for discrediting the carriers of the revelation (the Sahaabah) (thereby undermining the authenticity of Islaam) and all of these have their respective callers and ideologues. The Ikhwan gathers all of these together under one umbrella under the Freemasonic principle of "Let us cooperate in that which we agree and excuse each other in what which we disagree" and this gathering in a mass only seems to be to wage war and plot stratagems against the people of Tawhid and Sunnah and their lands whilst the lands of the Raafidah, Baatiniyyah, Ibaadiyyah and their own lands in which idols are worshipped besides Allaah are left alone!

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