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Repped. Even more true among laypeople and not-very sincere "Shyoukh".
I think that the refusal to define a term before rushing for the related daleel and akhkaam is a modern evil.
Subhanallah, these governments would also probably consider the words of Allah (swt) and His Messenger (saw) to be "radical extremism."
But that's not the worst part! The brother says the prophet is a terrorist!!! And this is a problem even if he intended its Arabic linguistic meaning.
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In terms of ideological threat posed to the UK government by past Muslim figures, how was Sayyid Qutb any different from Imam Ibn `Abd 'l-Wahhab or Shah Ismail Shahid?
These are all influential...