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No to Abusing of the Concepts of Takfir and Bea 

A Middle Age Europe inquisition type group, sitting and deciding about who committed apostasy and bringing verdicts is not the work of Muslims.

Wa Salaamu Aleykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakatuhu,

I strongly suggest taking the initiative to block Takfir and asking people for Bea and making oneself at the level of Sahabah. Tazkiyah is an Arabic word meaning to say that someone is clear of bad things, like a guarantee for a person that they are honest and reliable.

13.c. Ottoman Horseman

By telling people what Jarh wa Taadil is, teaching them how the chain goes from the Sahabah who have Tazkiyah from Allah Ta'Ala in the Qur'an to the Tabaiin who have Tazkiyah from the Sahabah and Taba-tabaiin have Tazkiyah from the Tabaiin and Ulema from them and later Ulema from earlier till Ulema with Tazkiyah today, in that way you explained to people who is reliable and they can block people from making themselves Ulema and teaching made up stuff. If you take a man claiming something and opposing the Ulem and tell him: OK Ulema are incorrect, then who is? You? OK where is your Tazkiyah? Who says you are reliable? Show me your Tazkiyah that you are honest and reliable so that I know that it's OK to learn from you. He’ll not have that because for him to have that he needs Tazkiyah from the Ulema who have the Tazkiyah from the Ulema before who have Tazkiyah from the ones before and the ones before and back to the Taba-tabaiin and Tabiin and Sahabah and to Allah Ta’Ala’s Tazkiyah of the Sahabah, yet he refuted them and doesn’t accept them.

There was a man who came from Belgium and set up an office and printed books and had Arabs visit. He asked if King Fahad was a Kafir. The answer was: No because Ulema didn't call him a Kafir. He said but he put on a cross. The answer was: Yes but the King said it was a medal given to him by the queen of England and he didn't know it was a cross or some Kufr thing and Ulema didn't call him a Kafir. Then the man from Belgium said that the King lied and that he knows Islam and that he is a Kafir and Ulema made a mistake, they made Ijtihad and made a mistake. How can a man from Belgium who speak French at home make the right Ijtihad over ruling all the Ahlu s'Sunnah Ulema in the world? Not only that but he claims that you don't have to go talk to the Muslim person you accused of being a disbeliever if you know the person is knowledgeable. That is a rule he made up that is not a rule from Islamic Law, Shariyatu l'Islamiyah.

In Usulu d’Din, Fundamentals of Din when we learn the negation part of Laillaha illallah - "La Ilaha" we are taught a point: The first pillar of Islam is to say that there is no deity worthy of worship other than Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah. Here we start with rejecting false deities, which is to reject Taghut. Taghut is everything that is given a higher level than what it deserves. There are many types of Taghut but the main ones are 5: (1) Sheytan Lanatullahi aleyh, (2) a person who is being worshipped and is happy with it, (3) a person calling others to oneself’s worship (4) a person claiming to have knowledge of Ilmu l’Ghayb (the unseen, such as people in Jennah and Jehennem). (5) a person not ruling by Allah Ta’Ala’s Laws but instead with other laws. This does not include a person who believes in Allah Ta’Ala’s Laws but for whatever the reason may be, doesn’t implement them.

Here is where you get into the lessons on Takfir; calling a person Kafir, disbeliever, that’s Takfir. When is a person called a disbeliever and is there a difference between if a person is a ruler and doesn't implement Islam on all people (all families) in his domain or if he is a father of a family and doesn't implement Islam on his family or if he is single and doesn't implement Islam on himself. The rule applies the same. He is not a disbeliever if he doesn't implement Islam believing that Islam has to be implemented. He is a Fasik, sinner or he is not a sinner at all, if he can't implement Islam, like Najashi who ruled Habasha as Muslim but couldn't implement Shariyah and Rasulullah prayed Janazatu l'Ghayib for him when he died. When can a person be called a disbeliever? First everyone brought up as disbeliever is considered a disbeliever till it is known that he entered Islam. Everyone brought up Muslim is considered Muslim until known he left Islam. If a person does an act of disbelief that throws him out of Islam he needs to be talked to in order to establish that he did that act knowingly. If he did it knowingly and it is cleared up to him that it is an act that throws him out of Islam and he understands what is explained and refuses to accept but instead insists on following the things that throw him out of Islam, then he can be called a disbeliever. Once he is established to be a disbeliever he is considered a disbeliever until shown that he entered the fold of Islam. Our Din is not complicated and we are only required to look at the outer look of a person. If a person says they are Muslim we consider them Muslim and we don't look into what is in their heart. No one can come and tell Muslims that a Muslim committing an act of disbelief can be called a disbeliever without going and talking to him and establishing the evidence of his disbelief. A Muslim's being knowledgeable is not an excuse to call him a disbeliever without going to him and ask him why he did the act of disbelief. You cannot accuse someone without being able to establish proof of what you are accusing him of. A Middle Age Europe inquisition type group sitting and deciding about who committed apostasy and bringing verdicts is not the work of Muslims.

We had another similar issue. We had people who would say that if the president is not a disbeliever and he's a dictator, then we have to accept him and be patient, yet he is going around killing Muslims, like Saddam Hussein did. The rule is: No, he's not a Khalifa and you don't have to follow his rule. You also don’t have to call him a disbeliever in order to fight him and establish peace in the territory. It's a matter of committing crime. When a Muslim man murders another man and is sentenced to death, he is considered Muslim and he is allowed to do 2 rakaat tawbah before his death sentence. If Saddam's army comes into a village of Kurds and starts killing people, we don't have to go establish proof if Saddam’s men are Muslim or not and then if they are Muslim think that because we can't call them disbelievers we can't fight back. That's is not a correct way of thinking. Unfortunately that's how some Kurds think and that's why you see them go join groups that go around calling Muslims Kufar. It would be excellent if it could have been resolved peacefully but Saddam's men were not willing to talk, only to shoot. In Afghanistan it was different. There you had clear cut lines. Russians and Communists who say they don't care about Islam and they had names like Nakhuda (Nogod) and would say Islam is some old religion and words like your Prophet was a good man that's all. Their Afghan Communist leaders had evidence established against them that they are not Muslims before the whole ordeal. They said they don’t believe in Islam and went to the USSR. So that's the way it is and these are the rules.

As for Bea. Bea is given to the leader of all Muslims and it’s to shake hands with him and to say to him that you will follow him and obey him in everything. Bea is given to the Emiru l'Mumineen, leader of all believers, that’s the Prophet, Rasulullah and then to the person in his place after his death and then to the one in his place after his death and so on. We had the first person in the Prophet’s place, Khalifa in Arabic, Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman, Ali, Hasa, Maawiyah, Yazid and the Amawy Khulafa that followed. Then Abbas bin Saffah threw the Khalifa out of Baghdad who then took refuge in North Africa and Spain. The Muslim State split in two, Abbasis in the east and Ammawis in the west. There were Turks who entered the Abbasy territory. They were the Seljuks. Seljuk Turks accepted Abbasi rulers as Islamic rulers when they entered Muslim territories and were humble in front of Arabs. The Sejuk king would hold be on foot holding the horse by the rains with the Abbasi ruler would be mounted on the horse. Seljuks defended Abbasis from Mongols, but the Seljuk leader died and his two sons split apart and Seljuks weakened and couldn't stop the Mongols. Abbasis were weak for Mongols. The Mongol leader Hulagu sent by Temuchin (Jengiz Khan) conquered Baghdad. Mongol women killed Muslim men easely. A Mongol would see a Muslim and tell him to put his head on a stone to cut his head off. Then if the Mongol would go away to get a sword, the Muslim would still be there waiting with his head on the stone. Then the Buddhist Shamanist Mongol would return with a sword and cut his head off. Amawis were thrown out by Spaniards. At one point Fatimis (Jews) ruled the Islamic world and then Muslims found out they were Jews and threw them out. Arab Muslims from that time were for the most part weak people. They in various sects and wouldn't care to support Ahli s'Sunnah. Not only did Mongols invade them and throw them out, but Europeans as well, waging Crusades and invading Muslim lands. A Muslim leader Salahuddin then showed up and united Muslims. By then Mongols the Golden army turn to Islam. There were other Turks not just Mongolia Turks and lots of Muslims in the ranks of Mongols, because Mongols would offer them to join them or die. The Muslims usually joined and were free to worship. Sheykhu l’Islam ibn Taymiyah said about that, "If you see me with them with a Qur'an on my head fight me to." Muslims defeated both the Crusaders and the Mongols. The Golden Army announced they were Muslim. (People of the Autonomous region of Tataristan in Russia today are their descendants.) Tatars later rejecting part of the Shariah and many of them became cross worshippers. Many are Muslims today in Russia. Tatars had one group of cross worshipper Tatars that was quite strong. Ottoman Turks asked them to join Ottoman Turks and to be allies against Russia. But they were cross worshippers and allies of Russia foughting Poland and they sent back a letter to the Ottomans with cuss words. Tatars had an Islamic state in Siberia and also during the USSR era many Tatars relocated to Siberia. There are now lots of Muslims in Siberia. My Siberian friend Shaman Akkanat's son Akhat said every day someone becomes Muslim over in his place. My friends are not Tatars and they are Natives, from the Sibirga Nation (www.sibirga.com) and they are friends with Ojibway Natives.

Mongols changed things and Seljuks had by that time adminstrations called Beyliks. Salahuddin was on good terms with Seljuks and Alparslan the Seljuk leader coordinated attacks on crusaders together with Salahuddin.. The strongest Seljuk Beylik was the one with a man called Uthman and he joined them all into an Uthmanli State known today as the Ottoman Empire. Salahiddin Ayoubi was dead by then and he left the Ayoubi rulers. Salahuddin was from the Ashary sect and it was an Ashary state. They had Ashary clergy go ask a Muadhin where's Allah? If he would answer everywhere they let him go, if he said Above the Skies, then they would throw him off the Minaret. Ayoubis had boys in the palace that was left behind by the Mongol enemies. Many of these boys were from Europeans in the Mongol lines or from abducted European women and Mongol fathers. These boys were knowledgeable and Arabs made them rulers. They called them Mamluks. When the Mongols would come to overthrow the Muslim State, Mamluks considered Mongols their kin and didn't want to fight, but eventually had to fight, because Sheykh ibn Taymiyah had his say. In time Uthman's men, Ottomans, strengthened and the last Mamluk king said to the Ottoman Sultan to take the keys of the Kaaba and take over the government. Ottomans accepted however they didn't enter Morocco, and tried to assist Moroccan rulers in holding parts of Spain but all of Spain fell to Spaniards. After many centuries WW1 took place and Ottomans sided with Germany and lost. The Ottoman military leader quickly switched to the side of the Allies and the Allies left the territory. He gave up on all territory outside what he could hold with the army. This was made the border and in 1928 he said it's a Republic. He died and the Republic of Turkey continued under Ismet Inonu another former Ottoman officer. The rest of the Muslim world was under WW1 Allies till gaining independence and becoming countries like Egypt, Syria... Saudis however had a different story. They threw out the Ottomans and then Ottomans threw them out. But then the Ottomans got thrown out by the Jordanians with Laurence of Arabia in WW1. Then Saudis who had retreated to Kuwait returned and threw out Laurence of Arabia's men and established KSA. After WW1 there was WW2. Saudis were not attacked because Germans didn't enter their land. Germans entered North Africa where battles between German and the Allies took place. Turkey was spared because Ismet Inonu made it neutral. Allies were in Muslim countries but they left after the borders of the Muslim countries were well established. After WW2 Churchill, Eisenhower and Stalin sat down and drew all world borders and here we are.

Who do you give Bea to today? After Abbas bin Saffah split the Khilafa and things went down hill there's no one leader of Muslims. The rule is: if you give Bea you have to obey and if someone else comes and calls people to give Bea to him then you have to fight against him till he stops that. Nowdays if you have one man claiming to be a leader and asking everyone to give him Bea, then all Muslim have to accept him and give him Bea. Today no one has the right to ask Muslims to give him Bea. Bea is given to the Rasulullah and to his Khalifa, the government to which Bea is given is called Khilfatu n'Nubuwah, Halifate of Prophethood. The rule by Allah’s law that was sent on earth starting from Adam and through the ages with all Prophets till the Last Prophet and the men who took his place as the leaders of all believers, like Abu Bakr and Umar. Today the governments are not Khilaftu n'Nubuwah and Bea is not to be given to anyone today. Imam Mehdi will return, the Khilafatu n'Nubuwah will be established again and Bea will be given. Till then no one can claim any Bea. This is very clear in the Hadith in Sahih Muslim.

Salaamu Aleykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakatuhu,

 

 

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