The Devil's Deception of the Khawaarij by Ustadh Sa'eed Hassan
Nottingham Islam Information Point is proud to present another seminar entitled “The Devil’s Deception of the Khawaarij” delivered by our two esteemed guests, Ustadh Sa’eed Hassan and Ustadh Abu Salma Muhammad Aideed who are both students of the University of Madinah and Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Both students of knowledge will be covering four beneficial topics; The Foundations, History and Descriptions of the Khawaarij, Refutation of Doubts Raised by the Khawaarij in Justifying their Methodology, Explanation of the Debate between Ibn ‘Abbas and the Khawaarij and finally The Dangers of Takfir and it’s Conditions.
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