The Makkan Siege: In Defense of Juhaymān
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- 21st March 2008 #1
The Makkan Siege: In Defense of Juhaymān
Imām Juhaymān ÑÍãå Çááå said:“Then when his (‘Abdul ‘Azīz – may Allāh curse him) kingdom was established and goal achieved, he then allied himself with the Christians. And he stopped the continuation of the Jihād in the path of Allāh outside of Jazīrah (Arab Lands). Thus when they (Ikhwān) went out to fight the Mushrikīn of ‘Irāq who called ‘Alī and Fātimah and Al-Hasan and Al-Hussein with Allāh (in Shirk), they named them –him [‘Abdul Azīz] and the Shuyūkh of ignorance with him - with a name which the people of Islām hates and it is Khawārij; while the Ikhwān did not rebel against him and they did not obey him when he forbade them from Jihād, and after he named them khawārij, he incited those who did not go out with them (Ikhwān) to fight them.”Hence after deeply thinking, it is clear that the puppet scholars of the tāghūt have amplified the matter as to make the people hate him so much that he is portrayed as a traitor, a Dajjāl, a devious kāfir and corrupter. Thus they did this so none would even want to hear the arguments of Juhaymān ÑÍãå Çááå. And it is similar to the attempted character assassination of the likes of Sayyid Qutb ÑÍãå Çááå by the likes of Rabī’u and other rented donkeys of the Salūlī Government.
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- 21st March 2008 #2
How idiotic is it for you guys to venerate him for a crime which he repented from before his death?!
He gave up when he saw his Mahdi shot dead.
But you guys are so sick in your hatred for Saudi Arabia, that if tomorrow, the Americans were to occupy the Haram and start killing the Muslims, you would call them Imams, too...
You guys are extremely sick. Extremely sick for commending actions that included killing Muslims in the Haram, whilst Allah granted security and protection for anyone who enters it. You guys are really wretched.A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.
- 21st March 2008 #3
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Can you bring your proof he thought his brother in law was the Mahdi? Where in his writings did he ever say this?
- 21st March 2008 #4
There were a lot of people with him who were later on released to tell the story. Bilal Philips was with these guys as was Sh Muqbil. And if you ask these people, they would be very balanced and tell you the honest truth that Juhayman was a good man. Sh Ibn Baz loved him, even after all of this happened.
His problem was that he became an extreme Salafi like person who would enter into the Prophet's mosque with his shoes on in order to revive the Sunnah. This caused a lot of fitna in Madina and the scholars from Madina Uni had to step in and tell them that this is NOT the way to revive a Sunnah. Thereafter, those scholars were branded government scholars and these guys left the cities to live in the desert forming their own communities.
Muhammad al-Qahtani was also another famous khateeb and Talib al-'Ilm who later joined them. He is also praised by the scholars. However, when he joined them, quite a few people amongst Juhayman's followers had a dream that he is the Mahdi. At first he refused to believe it, until he was pressured into believe that he was.
All these people were good people, but they were lead astray by the Shaytan. This is coming from people who were with him like Bilal Philips and others. Ask him and he would tell you all about him.
Many of these people who were with Juhayman, after this incident became pro-government and Murjia. Ironically, the same happened with the revolt against Ibn al-Ash'ath was crushed. This is when Irja became popular. The same happened with al-Ubaykan and the rest of the Jihadi movements and individuals.
The same would happen with the rest of you unless you really get your heads sorted now.A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.
- 21st March 2008 #5
- 21st March 2008 #6
Akhee Abuz-Zubair, is there anywhere where I can read more about what you posted? So Bilal Philips thought that person was the Mahdi? I've only briefly heard about this incident so if you know any good books or online resources I'd be grateful.æÃØíÚæÇ Çááå æÇáÑÓæá áÚáßã ÊÑÍãæä
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- 21st March 2008 #7
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Uh please provide proof. I'm skeptical because many people have tried to search for that in his writings only to never find it. It may be something that was fabricated so people would denounce him and his movement. Anyway we should not believe something just because it is widely believed to be true. We go based on proof.
- 21st March 2008 #8
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Download/buy/listen to: Yasir Qadhi - "Mahdi Between Fact and Fiction" or just find his Mahdi lecture, it's 4 CDs long.
He goes in to a lot of details about this whole event and provides the same details Abuz Zubair posted above + more details.Çááåã ÇÑÍã ÇáÔíÎ ÚÈÏ ÇáÚÒíÒ Èä ÈÇÒ
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- 21st March 2008 #9
You know, people can deny whatever they want. People are sometimes sceptical of their own existence. You cannot help that.
But just as a piece of advice to these young wannabe jihadis, I would suggest they get their sanity checked out by their own 'mashaykh'. Ask Abu Baseer or Abu Qatada about Juhayman and his story.
Ask Bilal Philips if you like. He along with Juhayman used to study together under Sh Muqbil. Bilal Philips along with Juhayman and his crew would go out to the desert to give da'wah in Saudi. Ask him. Email him if you like.
Or, alternatively, read the Tafseer of al-Hujaraat by Bilal Philips. He makes mention of this incident in some what detail.A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.
- 21st March 2008 #10
BTW, when I asked Bilal Philips about Juhayman, he praised him a lot and said he never said he was a bad guy (as this is the impression I got after reading his tafseer surat hujarat). He said he was a good guy, but he just got misled by the Shaytan and he realised his mistake when al-Qahtani got killed. I does seem that despite of his strong disagreement with Juhayman's actions, he still had soft spot for him.
Point being, this is coming from a sympathetic friend of Juhayman, and not some Saudi stooge.A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.
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