Summary of Exploitation in the Muslim Community - How Fringe Religious Groups Form

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Fringe religious groups often exploit vulnerable individuals in Muslim communities in order to spread their views. These groups often use manipulation and intimidation to control their members. Key scholars can provide guidance on how to avoid being exploited by these groups.

  • 00:00:00 The main challenge within the Muslim community is the formation of fringe religious groups, particularly Salafi groups which allegedly exploit vulnerable Muslims. This interview with a black professor in political sciences discusses his interactions with Salafi groups and how they differ from the mainstream Salafi movement.
  • 00:05:00 According to the speaker, during the 1990s, a cult emerged within the Muslim community, which divided Muslims into those who followed "Salafi" teachings, and those who followed "Hamas." This cult later broke away from Salafism and became known as " selfie ."
  • 00:10:00 This video discusses the exploitation of Muslim communities in the UK by fringe religious groups. The 1999 agreement between the seller and buyer fees in Brixton and Luton was one example of a reformulated agreement that was met with controversy. The arbitrator, Sheikh Rabia, confirmed acceptance of the points made by both parties. There was upset after one of the groups visited Sheikh Rabia and Mohammed Sheikh Salim asked the group to speak to the audience. There was a break-up of the agreement after Mohammed Sheikh Salim accepted endorsement from Sheikh Rabia for the points made.
  • 00:15:00 The main protagonist of the breakaway from the agreement between Ali Medini and Sheikh Robert was Abu Khadijah, a fringe religious figure who had little formal training in Islamic Sciences. Khadijah also had a history of disciplinary issues with the university where he once worked.
  • 00:20:00 The video discusses how fringe religious groups, such as the Wahhabis, often disparage mainstream religious figures, such as the scholars of the Salafis. It also mentions how one of the group's longstanding scholars, Sheikh Mohammed bin Ali, split from them because of disagreements over his teachings on selling fees.
  • 00:25:00 This video discusses how fringe religious groups form and how they use manipulation and intimidation to control their members. It also discusses an instance where a sheikh lost knowledge because of this manipulation.
  • 00:30:00 The video discusses how fringe religious groups often exploit vulnerable individuals, typically by promising riches or power. It provides a case study of how one such group, Salafism, exploited a Brixton man to spread their views.
  • 00:35:00 The speaker warns people against being afraid of fringe religious groups, which can lead to people being condemned by other scholars. He advises people to look to key scholars for guidance and to be wary of individuals who do not call themselves Salafis or adhere to the teachings of the first three generations of Muslims.

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