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  1. Favouring others
  2. Statues
  3. Selfishness
  4. Rebellion





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al-Baghie - Rebellion

Contents > Propogation and Domination of Islam > Rebellion

You must know not to rebel against the Islamic state or the legitimate Islamic leader. As long as the leader does not establish open Kufr the leader must be obeyed even if he is oppressive.

"We swore allegiance to Allah’ (saw) Messenger (saw) to hear and obey, in the time of difficulty and in prosperity, in hardship and in ease, to endure being discriminated against and not to dispute about rule with those in power, except if we see any open Kufr, which there is a proof from Allah. [And to speak the truth wherever we were and not to fear from anyone's reproach]." Saheeh al-Bukhari and Saheeh al-Muslim, the final part is narrated in Riyaad us-Saaliheen, chapter 23, Hadith no. 186

The Prophet (saw) said:

"Whoever sees from his Ameer, anything bad, let him be patient (i.e. do not rise against him), the one who keeps away from al-Jama'ah and dies, will die the death of Jahiliyyah." Saheeh al-Bukhari, Hadith no. 7054 and Saheeh al-Muslim

Awf bin Maalik (ra) narrated that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said,

“The best of your Imams are those whom you love them and they love you, you pray for them and they pray for you, and the worst of your Imams are those that you hate them and they hate you and you curse them and they curse you.” We asked, “O Rasulullah, shouldn’t we rise against them?” He (saw) said, “No, as long as they establish the Salah among you, no, as long as they establish the Salah among you, no, as long as they establish the Salah among you.” Saheeh al-Muslim








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