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ISIS: The enemy of Islam (Video)

A range of speakers from different Islamic schools of thought and backgrounds speak out against the atrocious group known as ISIS/IS/ISIL/DAESH exposing them for what they really are.

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ISIS? The Khawaarij according to the Sunnah Arabic w/ Dutch subtitles [by Sheikh Moussa Al Ghanaami] (Video)


Former Mufti of Al-Qaeda: ISIS Does Not Qualify as a Legitimate Caliphate (Video)

In a November 8 interview with the UAE channel Alaan TV, former Mufti of Al-Qaeda, Abu Hafs Al-Mauritani, said that the caliphate declared by ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi does not meet the terms dictated by the shari’a. Abu Hafs criticized ISIS for its massacres of Shiites, killing of civilians, and slaughtering of journalists, and added that the split of ISIS from Al-Qaeda was anticipated.

Bilal Philips – Extremism is not the way (Video)

Proof that ISIS-Daesh is from the Al-Chawaaridj (Video)

Hadith: Ibn Abu 3afwa (RA) said: “I heard the Prophet saying,” The Khawaarij are the dogs of hell fire “(Sahih).

Source/This video is spoken arabic, please can somebody translate this video? JazakAllah Khair.

“We need more, not less democracy” and “Intelligence services have failed us” by Jacob Appelbaum (Video)

Journalist and researcher for the Tor project, Jacob Appelbaum talks about technology, freedom and resisting surveillance at the World Forum for Democracy.

Read a transcript of the speech here: https://goo.gl/WSE3mK

This video is published as part of an openDemocracy editorial partnership with the World Forum for Democracy.

Reality-check: The myth of a Sunni-Shia War (Video)

Many say it is the “age-old” sectarian conflict between Sunni and Shia Muslims, but a look at the facts shows something different.

Waleed Aly: How We Stop ISIS (Video)

This Muslim TV host has the best response to ISIS.

Shaykh Hamza Yusuf: Overcoming the Challenges of Extremism (Video)

This video was part of a larger event with other presentations and discussion, hosted in June 2015 Abu Dhabi by the Salama Bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation.

Q&A at the end. [Admin]