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Refuting ISIS: A Rebuttal Of Its Religious And Ideological Foundations

Refuting ISIS A Rebuttal Of Its Religious And Ideological Foundations The Islamic State in Syria and Iraq ISIS constitutes the most serious threat Islam has ever faced To justify its horrible crimes and appeal to Muslims around the world ISIS has based its ideology on

  • Title: Refuting ISIS: A Rebuttal Of Its Religious And Ideological Foundations
  • Author: Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi
  • ISBN: 9781908224125
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Islamic State in Syria and Iraq ISIS constitutes the most serious threat Islam has ever faced To justify its horrible crimes and appeal to Muslims around the world, ISIS has based its ideology on a superficial and literalist approach to the Sacred Texts of Islam the Holy Qur an and the Prophetic Tradition ISIS manipulates religion to brainwash angry young MuslimsThe Islamic State in Syria and Iraq ISIS constitutes the most serious threat Islam has ever faced To justify its horrible crimes and appeal to Muslims around the world, ISIS has based its ideology on a superficial and literalist approach to the Sacred Texts of Islam the Holy Qur an and the Prophetic Tradition ISIS manipulates religion to brainwash angry young Muslims, who have little knowledge of Islamic theology and jurisprudence Therefore, the Muslim scholars are obliged to respond with a counter narrative that elucidates the reality of Islam and its commitment to tolerance There exists a plethora of proofs that demonstrates ISIS actions do not represent Sunni Islam and its claims are based on clear fallacies The author, Shaykh Muhammad Al Yaqoubi, a renowned scholar and one of the 500 most influential Muslims in the world today, presents in this invaluable book a thorough refutation of ISIS beliefs and crimes Providing authentic quotes that destroy the allegations of ISIS, Shaykh Al Yaqoubi reaches the conclusion that this group does not represent Islam, its declaration of a caliphate is invalid, and fighting it is an obligation upon Muslims.

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    1. “Islam is truly a religion of mercy, wisdom, justice, tolerance and peace. Muslims have been known throughout history for observing covenants, even when the covenants harmed them, and that was one of the most significant reasons for the spread of Islam.” (29)All but one Surah in the Qur’an begins with the Basmala, translated “In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful.” In a Hadith Qudsi (statement of God direct through the Prophet Muhammad), it is said by God that “My mercy [...]

    2. As far as I am aware, this is the first response in the English language by a traditionally trained Islamic scholar of established standing and repute addressing the cancerous menace that threatens Muslims firstly, and then humanity at large. From what it seems this was an original Fatwa penned in the Arabic language (for the Syrians primarily reflecting ground realities and Arabs at large) which the author himself has then translated into English, so that it is widely available for a larger aud [...]

    3. *The following constitutes of both a review and a collation of some notes that I made on this text so that I can easily reference them in the future if need be*I used to say that the Assad regime is my enemy just as much as ISIS, that they kill civilians far more than ISIS does and that the world is getting it wrong by focusing just on ISIS. While the above may be true, this book revealed to me why, as a Muslim, it is particularly important to stand firm and loud in my condemnation of this aberr [...]

    4. This is an authoritative fatwa from a man who knows the ins and outs of Shari'a - which is more nuanced than the average lay Muslim or non-Muslim may think - to the extent where anyone with even an inkling of support for ISIS after reading it will be a complete idiot who is beyond saving. Far from being a "moderate" response issued to placate Islamophobes, it attacks ISIS at the heart of what they claim is so important to them: their beliefs. By demonstrating the flexibility of Shari'a vs. their [...]

    5. Amazing to see a truly traditional and well accepted scholar detail clear proofs against ISIS in an easy to read format, strengthening the position of Muslims worldwide and clearing showing that ISIS has nothing whatsoever to do with Islam. In fact as the book mentions, they are the worst enemy of Islam.

    6. It is all too easy to jump on a bandwagon and condemn an entire idology based on the merciless actions of a few ignorant extremists. However if one is to be intellectually honest, then the best route is to seek a true understanding of religions and know where the linese between the religions, individuals, and culture all are. Understanding a religion is it's own reward, but being able to refute extremists based on the system they profess to believe is a feeling all its own as well.Muhammad al-Ya [...]

    7. Quite a short book. Its most impactful chapters are those regarding non-Muslims and the interview with Shaykh Yaqoubi at the end of the book. I think that a non-Muslim would be able to have a lot of their questions answered, but a Muslim thinking of joining ISIS may not find much information to dissuade them from joining.To that end, I would suggest that they read the Notes at the end and the interview with Shaykh Yaqoubi. The number of references to classical Islamic sources is perhaps the most [...]

    8. I'm not sure if it's just the passage of time or the new changes/additions that were made to this edition, but I didn't enjoy it as much as the first edition. There were a few times where I thought the Shaykh was too brief on certain points, and I would've liked him to expand upon what he was saying a bit more. I get that this is supposed to be a succinct booklet, but I still had some questions about various aspects of the Shari'a when I was finished. I won't tread on this too much, since I've a [...]

    9. An essential book who go through all the main issues ISIS is presenting as an intellectual and theological threat to normative sunni islam. The Sheikh is doing an excellent job to present in a simplified way but yet complete a whole refutation of ISIS claim on Sunni Islam, on subject as essential as application of Shari'a law in the modern time, democracy and alliance with non-muslims. Highly recommended.

    10. Excellent and conciseThis book is a must read for Muslims and non Muslims. It's a clear proof against the rhetoric of ISIS. Shaykh Muhammad Yaqoubi gives us hope with this work in these confusing times.

    11. Eh, didn't really like this one or get a lot out of it. It's very short and the arguments aren't in-depth. It was mostly just stuff I already knew.

    12. A short read but provides in depth and strong arguments by a highly renowned Islamic scholar. A second edition of the book was published in March, which has several new add ins from this version.

    13. Well saidWell said. I enjoyed reading this book. I plan to read this again. I wish we see more of this view in the media.

    14. I would say it's good book,I agree it's short and might be little simple for who already know Islam or did their homework but I think it would great book for people who doesn't know much about Islam ,specially people who just get their info from the misleading media.

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