Krigen mod Boko Haram

Jihad, Kalifatet, Kristenforfølgelse, Muslimer, Sharia, Terror, islam, muhammed — Drokles on April 13, 2015 at 7:54 pm

Islam er i færd med endnu en reformation. Dem har der været mange af før og der vil, hvis islam ellers overlever, komme flere endnu. Islams absurditeter er ubærlige at leve med og umulige at bygge samfund på. Derfor vil muslimske samfund altid degenerere væk fra islam over i en mere tålelig tilstand af tyranni, korruption og uproduktivitet. Men med jævne mellemrum bliver den kognitive dissonans for stærk for de troende, der bebrejder de sørgelige samfundforhold manglen på tro og renhed. Og en vækkelse går sin blodig gang gennem de muslimske samfund og - hvis muligt - deres ulykkelige omgivelser. Al-Quada, Islamisk Stat, Salafisme, Muslimske Broderskab, Boko Haram. Forskellige navne for det samme fænomen; muslimer prøver at redde deres dødsyge religion gennem endnu en renselse, endnu en tilbagevenden til rødderne. Ali Sina skriver

Many westerners erroneously believe that Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab, (1703–1792) was the founder of Salafism, an extremist sect of Islam. This is not true. Abdul Wahhab did not found a new sect. He was a reformer of Islam in the same sense that Luther was of Christianity.

The core of Abdul Wahhab’s thinking is that Islam is perfect and complete and its decline is the result of religious innovations (bid‘ah), and that an Islamic revival will result by purging the religion from foreign influences and by emulating Muhammad and his companions.

The concept that Islam was perfect in its early stages is asserted in the Quran. “Today have I perfected your religious law for you, and have bestowed upon you the full measure of My blessings, and willed that self-surrender unto Me shall be your religion.” (Q.5:3)

Abdul Wahhab proposed that Muslims should refrain from introducing any innovation and follow the examples of the salaf, (predecessors or early generations) hence the name Salafi.

This definition is not an invention of Abdul Wahhab, but is based on a hadith that reports Muhammad saying, “The people of my generation are the best, then those who follow them, and then those who follow the latter (i.e. the first three generations of Muslims).[2]

It is important to note that ibn Taymiyyah (1263 – 1328) was also a Salafi. He opposed the celebration of Muhammad’s birthday and the construction of shrines around the tombs of Sufi ‘saints,’ saying, “Many of them [Muslims] do not even know of the Christian [Catholic] origins of these practices. Accursed be Christianity and its adherents.”

There is a hadith where Muhammad says, “I am the best Salaf for you.” [3]

The desire to reform Islam and go back to its original pristine state is actually an old thought. Abdul Wahhab, however, succeeded to give shape to this concept, which took ground thanks to the Saudi kings who are his descendants through one of his daughters.

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