Critical Analysis of the Political-Jurisprudence Basis of the Takfiri Salafism on the Issue of Jihad

Document Type : Original Article

Authors

1 Department of Quranic Sciences, Mamqan Branch, Payam Nour University, Mamqan, Iran

2 rofessor, Department of Quranic Sciences, Tehran University, Tehran, Iran

3 Associate Professor, Payam Noor University, Iran

10.22034/ijrj.2019.669374

Abstract

The intellectual bases of Salafi Takfiri are the preconditions which the group's actions and views are based on. The most important legal-political basis of this currents is the revival of the Islamic caliphate, with the modeling of Rashidun Caliphates. They don’t tolerate any political system in a format other than this, and by dividing the communities into Dar al-iman and Dar al-Kufar, they consider all modern societies. This view has caused the decline of the caliphate status, and the launch of this approach should be accompanied by specific actions and by creating the necessary conditions and measures. From the point of view of Takfiri Salafism, one of the important duties of Muslims towards Dar al-Islam is the necessity of immigration as a collective obligation. But, according to the verses and prophetic tradition, the cause of necessity of emigration is to achieve a place where to serve God and to perform one’s duties. Jihad is the most basic solution of Takfiri Salafi leaders to achieve their desired goals, including the establishment of an Islamic government, and in this regard, they have given to the every one the warrant for jihad, and imitation in religious rules is not permissible. They ignore that this is a popular interpretation of jihad, and that Imitation has existed since early Islamic history.

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