Thursday, May 12, 2016

Democracy - Religion of the Mushrikeen!!!

In order to give any Islamic verdict or stance on these topics, we must have a comprehensive and correct understanding of the reality (Tahqeeq ul-Manaat).

Since the term Democracy is not an Arabic term, it cannot have been introduced by Islam or even by Arabs, though the concept of it may have existed. Therefore, we must see where the term originates from and what it means.
According to the Oxford Dictionary, the term Democracy means: "A form of government in which the people have a say in who should hold power and how it should be used." Therefore the people are the source of legislation and choose what laws should be executed.
Another meaning for the term Democracy - originally a Greek term – Dēmokratia, is that it is "the rule for the people, by the people", in other words, it is a system where the people legislate laws that suits their own desires.

Therefore, whether we like it or not, Democracy is not only a form of consultation (Shuraa) as the secular "Muslims" like to claim in order to justify their Kuffr, but it is primarily a mechanism and system that allows people to leave the commands of Allah and to legislate their own laws.
And this is how the non-Muslims define it themselves! Allah says in the Qur'aan:
"But no, by your Lord, they are not believers, until they make you (O Muhammad) judge in all disputes between them, and find in themselves no resistance against your decisions, and accept (them) with full submission." [An-Nisaa 4:65]

"It is not for a believer, man or woman, when Allah and his Messenger have decreed a matter that they should have any option in their decision. And whoever disobeys Allah and his Messenger, he has indeed strayed in a plain error." [Al-Ahzaab 33:36]

Therefore, Muslims are not allowed to have any opinion on the Divine Rules (al-Ahkaam ash-Shar'iyyah) of Allah, and commenting on any of Allah's law is considered to be Kuffr Akbar which takes you outside the fold of Islam, as Allah says:
"…And nobody rejects our verses (Divine Rules) except The Disbelievers." [Al-'Ankaboot 29:47]
For this reason, choosing not to live by the commands of Allah is kuffr and apostasy in Islam. And Muslims (and non-Muslims) have no right to legislate law as Allah is the only Legislator, as He is al-Hakam (The Legislator and The Commander):
"Verily, the Hukm (right of legislation) belongs to none but Allah. He has command you to worship (obey and submit to) none but him. That is the straight (true) Deen, but the majority of men know not." [Yosuf 12:40]
This Ayah makes the issue as clear as the sun in the middle of the day. Therefore those who call for Democracy are calling for Shirk, Kuffr and a Deen other than Islam, which are all major forms of apostasy. Democracy is not from Islam, and those who say it is, are Zindeeq – heretics, who propagate Kuffr in the form of Islam and are worse than the Kuffaar!

Some Secularists who claim to be Muslims pose the argument that voting is the only way to make a change or implement Islam.
First of all, they are liars for claiming that they want to implement Islam, unless they genuinely do not know what Islam really means.
And secondly, we must never deviate from the path of the Salaf (The Savior Sect) by following our desires and methodologies which are not from Islam.
The ends do not justify the means; therefore you cannot do Kuffr and Shirk in order to obey Allah!

"And when you see those who engage in a false conversation about our verses by mocking at them, stay away from them till they turn to another topic. And if Shaytaan causes you to forget, then after the remembrance sit not you in the company of those people who are the Zaalimoon (Mushrikoon, non-Muslims etc.)." [Al-An'aam 6:68]
Therefore, how can these so-called "Muslim" Leaders sit in parliament whilst the disbelievers mock Allah's laws and commands by legislating constitutions other than His? The answer is quite simple - because they are disbelievers just like them but with Muslim names. It is not allowed to sit with those who support Democracy whether it be those who call for it, support it or give it legitimacy, and this is clearly stated in the verse above.

With regards to Freedom, it is defined as the following: "The power or right to act, speak or think freely." The concept of Freedom completely contradicts with the fundamental reasons of being a Muslim i.e. a submitter.
The term Muslim contradicts with freedom and personal desires, and indicates that we are slaves and have no choice in matters that Allāh and His Messenger (saws) have decided.
"Freedom" is a form of Taghout, and Muslims are obliged to reject anything that is worshipped, obeyed or followed other than Allah:
"And we sent to every nation a Messenger (who proclaimed): 'Worship none but Allah and keep away (reject) at-Taghout..." [An-Nahl 16:36]
"Freedom" is about being free from the commands of Allah and to follow your desires, therefore Muslims do not believe in freedom, whether it is freedom of expression, speech or any other form of Kuffr freedom.

The Quraish had a similar system to Democracy, where various tribes would gather together and legislate laws. Did the Messenger (saws) ever vote for them or compromise with them? Did he (saws) ever join their parliament, police forces or military?
The answers to these questions are obviously "NO" for those who understand and are on the path of guidance; whereas those who cannot see this are deaf, dumb and blind.

In terms of elections, this is the only term that the Secularists can attempt to really play on. Linguistically it means to elect a leader or ruler, which in actual fact is an obligation in Islam, so long as this ruler implements the laws of Allah, the Shari'ah! However, when we speak about elections nowadays, it does not mean to elect a ruler that will implement Islam!!!
The election process nowadays is about electing a person who will rule by what the majority desire, and hence, like Democracy and "Freedom", it is Kuffr.
It is better for us to use a term other than "elections", even when we are speaking about choosing a Khalifah, for the sake of distinguishing ourselves from the Kuffaar (by trying not to use their terminologies) and avoiding any ambiguities or misconceptions which surround the term election.

Therefore my dear Muslimeen know that Democracy and "Freedom" are both forms of Taghout, and hence it is a prerequisite of being a Muslim to reject these and declare animosity towards them. Do not fall for the Waswaas of the Secularists who call you to reject Imaan. Worship your Lord exclusively by obeying none but Him.

"…That is the straight (true) Deen, but the majority of men know not." [Yosuf 12:40]

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