أدلة إقامة الأحزاب من السنة والكتاب

An important and powerful talk on how groups/parties/jamaa’ah/hizb is central is Islam from the Quran and Sunnah Delivered by Sheikh Abu Nizaar from Lebanon.

وأما رأس الحزب، فإنه رأس الطائفة التي تتحزب، أي: تصير حزباً، فإن كانوا مجتمعين على أمر الله به ورسوله من غير زيادة ولا نقصان؛ فهم مؤمنون، لهم ما لهم وعليهم ما عليهم، وإن كانوا قد زادوا في ذلك ونقصوا، مثل التعصب لمن دخل في حزبهم بالحق والباطل وإعراض لمن لم يدخل في حزبهم سواء كان على الحق أو الباطل، فهذا من التفرق الذي ذمه الله تعالى ورسوله، فإن الله ورسوله أمرا بالجماعة والائتلاف ونهياً عن الفرقة والاختلاف وأمراً بالتعاون على البر والتقوى، ونهياً عن التعاون على الإثم والعدوان

“As for the head of the Hizb (party), he is the head of the group that forms a party, meaning: becomes a Hizb. If they are grouped for something commanded by Allah and His Messenger, without adding or subtracting, then they are believers, and for them is what is for them and upon them is what is upon them. And if they increase or decrease from it, such as becoming partisan to only those who join their group, claiming that only they are on the truth, and everyone else who has not joined their group is shunned regardless of whether they are on the truth or not, then this is the Tafarruq (dividing) that Allah and His Messenger have forbidden; as Allah and His Messenger commanded us to remain a united Jama’ah and to reconcile between each other, and forbade us from separating and dividing – we have been ordered to assist each other in Birr and Taqwa, and are forbidden from assisting in sin and enmity.” Ibn Taymiyyah  Majmoo’ Al-Fataawa:

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