Most Sahaba did not participate in the Fitnah (Jamal/Siffeen)

khelaf_01Know – may Allah have mercy upon you – that the propaganda of the Rafidah has confused and poisoned many minds. Two historical events that resulted into a war between some of the companions of the Prophet (صل الله عليه و على آله و سلم) are being used day and night in the Rafidite propaganda machineray, namely the battle of Battle of Jamal and Siffeen. Their Da’wa in this regards (as usual actually) is very emotional and thus they target the general masses of the Muslims (who in this age have not much clue about Islam in general, let alone historical events) by ranting day and night about these two events. Their aim is well known, it is to put hatred in the heart of the Muslims, hatred for the Sahaba and love only for Ali Ibn Abi Talib (رضوان الله عليه) it’s literally a black and white world i.e. whoever was with Ali is good/muslim whoever was not with Ali is a bad/Kafir and then this very sect has seriously the audacity to call others (like the ‘WAhhabis’) as ‘Takfiris’! Ironically it is the Ijma’ of the Imamite sect that all the non-Imamite sects, even Shia sects such as Zaydis are Nasibis and Kuffar and their destination (if dying upon any blief other than the Imamite one) is the hellfire. Then they add some Hadith (loving Ali is a sign of Iman etc. of course they don’t mention similar Hadith for Sahaba they hate …) and pave the way way for their Takfir of the Sahaba, it is a simple minded, Shia Takfeeri Mathematics. Of course they will never mention that Ali himself never did Takfir on those who fought him, not even the evil Khawarij who were not Sahaba in the first place.  Ali was well aware that it is a big Fitnah and hence all historians report that in the battle of Jamal and Siffeen (Muslims VS Muslims) he never showed any joy and happiness and even cursed the ones who killed some of his opponents (!), like the killer of Zubayr (رضوان الله عليه), but at Naharavan, where he killed the real Khawarij he showed joy and happiness.

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