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Refer to IslamAgainstExtremism.Com to see the views of contemporary Salafi Scholars on extremism and terrorism and those who perpetrate these activities. You can also refer to Takfiris.Com for additional information on takfiri and jihadi movements spawned by the writings of Sayyid Qutb (see SayyidQutb.Com) and those upon his doctrines.

Despite what is commonly spread by antagonists to the Salafi way and the media, the origins of extremism and terrorism lie in the ideas, doctrines, writings and works of figureheads who are from the Ash'ari, Sufi school of doctrine. There are four men (amongst others) whose ideas have directly led to the emergence of extremist movements (Takfiris, jihadis, Irhabis) inthe 20th century - and they are Sayyid Qutb (SayyidQutb.Com), Hasan al-Banna, Abu A'laa Mawdudi and Taqi al-Din al-Nabahani. None of them were Salafi. All of them were Ash'ari, Maturidi in their doctrines and background nurturing. They were all affected by the practical methods of Communism, Socialism, [Leninism] and they incorporated the revolutionary politics (of Marx, Lenin) into their alleged "Islamic Reform and Awakening." In reality, these were astray, misguided non-Scholars who were actually politicians and thinkers. They were motivated by political and social goals with a warped understanding of "Tawhid" - an understanding that is not the comprehensive, all-inclusive understanding of the Salaf of the Tawhid that the Messengers came with. These deviants, due to that Marxist Leninist influence, considered removal of the rulers and revolutions to be the loftiest field of activity. This paved the way led for the doctrine of excommunication (takfeer) of the rulers, then of governments, then of all state institutions and eventually of the common masses. This was the springboard for modern day terrorism which started off in the Muslim lands but found its way to Western lands. In this section we will contrast between the Salafi Scholars and these misguided "thinkers" and their followers, some of whom spuriously ascribe themselves to "Salafiyyah."






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