Khawarij – The Dogs of Hell expelled from Islam
In a recently released documentary Khawarij and Their Disciples by an Arab media outlet, the origin of these brutal men is extensively explained in the light of the sayings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Narrated / Authority Of: Ibn Abu Awfa
These men are called “Khawarij”, “The Dogs of Hell”, those who have gone out of Islam following their own dissident believes.
Khawarij were there even during the early days of Islam. They went against Muslims even during that time, and today, they have again initiated a bloody war and killed thousands of Muslims around the world. The existence of this group is prophesied to continue till the end of the time.
Narrated Yusair bin ‘Amr:
I asked Sahl bin Hunaif, “Did you hear the Prophet saying anything about Al-Khawarij?” He said, “I heard him saying while pointing his hand towards Iraq. “There will appear in it (i.e. Iraq) some people who will recite the Quran but it will not go beyond their throats, and they will go out from (leave) Islam as an arrow darts through the game’s body.’
[Sahih Bukhari: Volume 9, Book 84, Number 68]
Today this group of Khawarij have branded themselves with different names. The ISIS/DAESH in the Middle East, and “Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan” (TTP) or Jamaat ul Ahraar in Pakistan.
One of the signs of these Khawarij are that they will declare Muslims as disbelievers and kill them. This is exactly how the ISIS and TTP Khawarij are justifying their acts of Muslim genocide. Is it not an irony that while the entire Muslim world is facing the cancer of Khawarij, who go against the teachings of Islam, it is Muslims themselves who are blamed for Khawarij terrorism, be it anywhere in the world?
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