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Fifty Scholastic Observations Regarding The Muslim Brotherhood [15 of 50]

This entry is part 16 of 51 in the series 50 Scholastic Observations About the Muslim Brotherhood

Sheikh Sheikh ‘Abdullah an-Najmee, may Allaah preserve him, said,

’15 – The Muslim Brotherhood group and organization is known to have instituted a leadership structure for their members who are residents and not traveling, based upon a corrupt analogy regarding the authentic requirement for a conditional restricted leader or amir when a group of three or Muslims are traveling. Significantly, related to this initial false conclusion, is that the Muslim Brotherhood organization also requires a bai’yah, or an oath of allegiance to its leadership. Such an oath according the evidenced Sharee’ah is only for the general leader of the Muslims, or in specific circumstances those of a specific country in the absence of a leader the Muslims have all united upon. This mistaken practice conforms to and further supports their group innovation of a dual outward and secret organizational structure, and leads to them giving this leadership forms of control and authority over individual lives which Islaam never approved of, such as requiring that a Muslim Brotherhood member request permission to travel from this resident leader who would not be traveling with him.’

(From his work ‘A Gathering Of Scattered Observations Which Have Been Written Regarding The Muslim Brotherhood’) 1



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  1. Translated by Abu Sukhailah Khalil Ibn-Abelahyi

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