Friday, August 19, 2011

Ikhwaan al-Muslimoon is like a Supermarket: Within it you find every brand of aqeeda

Question: Concerning the Ikhwaan Al-Muslimoon, do the Islamic sects such as the Raafidah, the Sufis and the Mu’atazliah enter into their organizations or is it just pure Sunnees?

Answer: They themselves admit this. And some of those who went out on excursions with them acknowledge this about them.

Even Muhammad Suroor, who spent ten years with them criticized them because of this, saying:

“It is a Jamaa’ah (group) in which the Salafee, the Sufi, the Mu’atazilee and so on and so forth are gathered together.

This is a Jamaa’ah for which there is no hope that it will prosper.” Or he said some words similar to this. No doubt this is something well known about them.

Their seniors even admit this.

And the reason for this is because they say that all of these individuals (of the groups mentioned above) are Muslims. So they gather together these groups, which differ in their views on Creed and their ascriptions.

What is the intent behind this?

The intent behind doing this, according to the Ikhwaanees, is to increase their numbers when voicing themselves in the Parliament, which is built upon the majority (vote), i.e. the largest number of voices (in support), whether it is for the groups or for the individuals.

Verily to Allaah do we belong and to Him we will return.

Shaikh Ahmad bin Yahyaa An-Najmee, major scholar from Saudi Arabia (rahimhullah)
[Al-Fataawaa Al-Jaliyyah: pg. 14-15] via westlondondawah archive message #231