ISIS and the flag of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Sahaba


Here in Denmark we have wahhabis saying that “the flag of isis is in reality the flag of the Prophet” and one hizbu tahriri said: “Though we are against isis, we can never be against their flag as it was the flag of our Prophet” is this true?


It is ironic that you apparently live in Denmark yet you seem still unaware that images and symbols can be wrongly appropriated and eviscerated of their original meanings so as to stand for the exact opposite of their original intent. For example the “Seal of Solomon” or six-point star is originally an Islamic symbol found for centuries in mosques, in mihrabs, and on Islamic coins but it also became a symbol of (i) satanism and sihr in the Western Middle Ages and Renaissance, and (ii) tyranny as the flag of one of the most oppressive nations in human history. Are the downtrodden Muslims who wipe their shoes on it — as one of their few acts of protest left against such tyranny — disrespecting the Prophet Sulayman and his symbol? No.

More to the point, the premise of your question contains two big lies: “is in reality the flag of the Prophet” and “it was the flag of our Prophet.” Such lies are rejected to the faces of those who claim such batil, which even a child knows. To this day after 1441 years, have you still never heard of the warnings of the Prophet Muhammad himself (upon him blessings and peace) in many of his hadiths, against the mass-murderer Khawarij, whom he called The Dogs of the People of Hellfire, and in which he stated that “they will appropriate the Best Speech (Shahada and the Qur’an) but it is only on the surface of their throats”; and “they will speak the discourse of the Best of Creation (Shahada and the Hadith) but in reality they are calling to Hellfire”? Are you really still unaware, in 2019, of these descriptions of the Khawarij and their self-evident Prophetic reference to mass-murderer ISIS!! GROW UP.

Hajj Gibril Haddad

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