Between Naseer Al-Shirk Al-Toosee and Badr Al-Din Al-Hoothee: Lessons From History|
Posted by Abu.Iyaad on Thursday, November, 07 2013 and filed under History
Ibn al-Qayyim (rahimahullaah) recounts to us the doings of Naseer al-Shirk al-Toosee in Ighaathat al-Lahafaan (Dar Ibn al-Jawzee, pp 1014-1015):
Naseer al-Toosee was a minister for Holaco, a Mongol leader and he would direct the Mongols to the towns and cities of the people of Islam and Sunnah so that they could be slaughtered and wiped out. This is a lesson in history to understand the activities of the Raafidi Baatiniyyah and the Twelver Shi'ites. Today we see the Raafidi state of Iran propping up fifth columns of Raafidis in the various Sunni lands, in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, and stoking up conflicts, such as what is occurring in Yemen. Badr al-Din al-Hoothee is a Twelver Shi'ite (converted from Zaydism, killed in 2004) as are the rest of his clan, and they have evil intentions and designs for the Sa'dah region, as they believe it is a strategic location for them that is implicated in the return of their Mahdi (learn more about here). The intent here that the Raafidah are a Trojan Horse into which every enmitous mulhid finds welcome, and the common element between them all is their intense enmity and hatred of the Companions and their followers. Badr al-Deen al-Hoothee said, "I, from my own self, believe in their Takfir - meaning the Companions - due to them having opposed the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wa aalihi)" as reported from him by Abu Ja'far al-Mabkhoot (a Shia) in a meeting with him published on the website "The Fourteen Infallibles." And once more, it is not Badr al-Din al-Hoothee that we are focusing on here, but the machinery that is behind him, a machinery whose operation in history has been well-documented, and of which he was just a face and a front before perishing in 2004. That enmitous spirit and vengeful lust found with the Raafidee Baatinee Ismaa'eelees of old is fresh in the souls of the contemporaries, and for that reason we see al-Khomeini invoking mercy upon the likes of al-Toosee and drawing upon their implementation of taqiyah (dissimulation) as occurs in his book al-Hukumah al-Islaamiyyah.