Al-Wala' Wal-Bara'

Friday, 17 September 2010 17:50 Geoff Dickson Islam-Foundations - Islamic Doctrine
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One of Islam’s doctrines that ranks highly in their faith is about loving and hating for Allah. It basically means that to be a good Muslim, you must love (Wala) what Allah loves and hate (Bara) what Allah hates. This has a profound effect on how Muslims behave when living in western countries, and one that is little understood by our political leaders and by Christian and Jewish leaders. According to Dr. Muhammad Saeed Al-Qahtaani: “

Love is the source of wala' and hate is the source of bara'; it is by this that both the heart and the hand are moved to act. Wala' inspires intimacy, concern and help. Bara' provokes obstruction, enmity and rejection. Wala' and Bara' are both related to the declaration of faith and constitute essential elements in it. The evidence of this from the Qur'an and the Sunnah is considerable”.

Muslims around the world understand exactly this doctrine and it rules their collective behaviour preventing them from ever integrating into western democratic societies.

 In this article we will explore the doctrine of Al-Wala wal Bara and explain why it prevents Muslims from integrating into Australian society. Muslims can never join our Multicultural experience because of this doctrine, and this should be reflected in our immigration policy and domestic policy.

A Muslim Cleric explains

Dr. Muhammad Saeed Al-Qahtaani cites the following sources as the basis for this doctrine.

"Let not the believers take disbelievers for their friends in preference to believers. Whoever does this has no connection with Allah unless you are guarding yourselves against them as a precaution. Allah bids you to beware (only) of Himself. And to Allah is the journeying." [Sura 3:28]

"Say, (O Muhammad, to mankind), If you love Allah, follow me; Allah will love you and forgive you your wrong actions. Allah is Forgiving, Compassionate. Say, Obey Allah and the Messenger. And If they turn away, then surely Allah does not love the disbelievers." [Sura 3:31-32]

Speaking of the aims of the enemies of Allah, He says:

"They long for you to disbelieve even as they disbelieve, so that you may be the same (as them). so do not choose friends from among them until they go out in the way of Allah." [Sura 4:89]

"O you who believe! Do not take the Jews and the Christians for friends. They are friends of one another. And whoever of you takes them for friends is of them. Surely Allah does not guide wrongdoing people." [Sura 5:51]

And a few quotes from the Hadith

Imam Ahmad reports from Jarir ibn Abdullah that the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, made him swear an oath to 'offer counsel to every Muslim and to steer clear of every disbeliever.'
Ibn Shayba reports that the Prophet said, "The strongest bond of faith is love for the sake of Allah and enmity for His sake."

Ibn Abbas reports that the Prophet said, "The strongest bond of faith is loyalty for the sake of Allah and opposition for His sake, love for the sake of Allah and enmity for His sake."
Ibn Abbas is also reported to have said,
"Whoever loves for the sake of Allah, and hates for the sake of Allah, and whoever seals a friendship for His sake, or declares an enmity for His sake, will receive, because of this, the protection of Allah. No one may taste true faith except by this, even if his prayers and fasts are many”.

In this video, a good Muslim explains what Al-Wala wal Bara means.

The Rank of the Belief in Al-Wala wal Bara

The belief in Al-Wala’ wal Bara’ occupies a meritorious rank in the Islamic Aqeedah. This can be understood from the following reasons:

* Al-Wala’u wa Al-Bara’ is part of the Shahadah (testimony of faith) that being ‘La ilaha’ which is the portion from ‘La ilaha illallah’. This means to be free and immune from all that is worshiped besides Allah (s.w.t.) as He the Almighty states:

“And verily, We have sent among every Ummah (community, nation) a Messenger (proclaiming): ‘Worship Allah (alone), and avoid (or keep away from) Taghut (all false deities, ie. do not worship Taghut besides Allah)” [Sura 16:36].


* The eminent creed of Al-Wala’u wa Al-Bara’ is the strongest bond of Iman. Al-Barra’ bin A’aazeb (r.a.a.) narrates that the Prophet (s.a.w.) said: “The strongest bond of Iman is the love for Allah’s sake and the hatred for Allah’s sake” (Reported by Imam Ahmad).

Sheik Feiz Mohammed knows what’s what.

In this video, he applies the doctrine to the treatment of Homosexuals and mentions Al-Wala wal Bara. According to Sheik Feiz, both the rich man and the poor boy (bacha) in Afghanistan MUST be killed.

Sheik Feiz should visit Afghanistan which is almost 100% Muslim rather than just paying out on Australia.

In Afghanistan women are not allowed to dance in public, but boys can be made to dance in women's clothing - and they are often sexually abused. In the picture almost everyone's attention is focused on a 15-year-old boy.

He's dancing for the crowd in a long and shiny woman's dress, his face covered by a red scarf.

He is wearing fake breasts and bells around his ankles. Someone offers him some US dollars and he grabs them with his teeth. This is an ancient tradition. People call it bachabaze which literally means "playing with boys". The most disturbing thing is what happens after the parties. Often the boys are taken to hotels and sexually abused. The men behind the practice are often wealthy and powerful. Some of them keep several bachas (boys) and use them as status symbols - a display of their riches. The boys, who can be as young as 12, are usually orphans or from very poor families.

Some Observations

Everywhere you look, Muslims are acting out this doctrine of Al-Wala wal Bara.

  1. Muslims will press ahead with building the mega Mosque at Ground Zero in New York, being completely insensitive to the feelings of over 200 million Americans (who they HATE);
  2. During the Victorian bushfires a few years ago, chatter on the Muslim Village website confirmed that Muslims would not donate because it might go to an infidel family, and Allah would HATE that;
  3. Our nearest neighbour Indonesia understands Al Wala wal Bara as they burn down churches, prevent new ones from being built and have churches torn down because of the ‘noise’ of prayers;
  4. While we pour millions in aid to Afghanistan, Christian converts from Islam are hounded down and killed.

The US army even burned soldier’s Bibles because of the FEAR of violence, yet look at the threats against an American pastor who wanted to burn copies of the Koran on 11th September.

This doctrine is taken seriously by Muslims regardless of what country they live in.

For the West to ignore this is tantamount to committing suicide!

CONCLUSION

Just from examining the important doctrine of Al-Wala wal Bara we can now understand why Muslims who follow Islam can NEVER integrate into any democratic country.

Islam is therefore incompatible with our democracy, our laws, our freedoms and our values.

The LOSE – LOSE Outcome.

There are only two possibilities.

  1. A Muslim follows his or her faith, and so they can never integrate into our society, and
  2. A Muslim does not adhere to Islam is an apostate, and will be silent because they must be killed.

Because of the Doctrine of Taqiyya, it is impossible to know the truth, so the only lasting solution is to STOP Muslim immigration into Australia.

Because Muslims can never integrate into our society and you can never be sure they are telling the truth, it follows that a rising Muslim population is a security RISK to Australia.

What can we do?

We must spread the message by telling our family and relatives, the people where we work, our church leaders or equivalent, and last but not least, write to our politicians.

Write to your local Federal MP, your State MP and your Local Councillor, and don’t forget the Immigration and Home Affairs ministers.

We must spread the message.

STOP Muslim Immigration
CLOSE Mosques
BAN ISLAM


REFERENCES

Doctrine of Al Wala wal Bara by Dr. Muhammad Saeed Al-Qahtaani

MPAC Ireland and the Doctrine of Al Wala wal Bara

Pedang churches burnt down – too many prayers

Bachabaze (dancing boys) - child abuse