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Abdul-Rahman al-Barrak

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Abdul-Rahman al-Barrak
Rayuwa
Haihuwa 1933 (90/91 shekaru)
ƙasa Saudi Arebiya
Harshen uwa Larabci
Karatu
Harsuna Larabci
Sana'a
Sana'a scholar (en) Fassara
Imani
Addini Mabiya Sunnah

Abdul-Rahman bin Nasir al-Barrak (Larabci: عبد الرحمن بن ناصر البراك, an haife shi a shekara ta 1933 ko 1934[1]) malamin Salafiyya ne na Saudiya.

A cikin shekarar 1994, an ambaci al-Barrak da sauran malaman Saudiya da sunan kuma Osama bin Laden ya yaba da yadda ya yi adawa da Babban Mufti Abd al-Aziz ibn Baz a cikin Budaddiyar Wasikarsa ga Shaykh Bin Baz kan rashin ingancin Fatawarsa kan Zaman Lafiya tare da Yahudawa.

An dakatar da gidan yanar gizon sa a Saudi Arabiya saboda yana "inganta ra'ayoyi da labarai masu karfi".[2]

Fatawoyi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Al-Barrak ya ja hankali don fitar da fatawoyi masu rikitarwa, ko dokokin addini. Suchaya daga cikin irin wannan fatawar ta yi kira da a rarrabe rarrabuwa tsakanin jinsi.[3] Fatawa tana cewa, "Duk wanda ya halatta wannan cakuda ... ya halatta haramtattun abubuwa, kuma duk wanda ya halatta kafirci ne kuma wannan yana nufin ficewa daga Musulunci ... Ko dai ya ja da baya ko kuma a kashe shi ... saboda ya ƙi kuma bai kiyaye ba sharia."

A watan Maris na shekarar 2008, al-Barrak ya ba da fatawa cewa ya kamata a gwada marubuta biyu na jaridar Al Riyadh, Abdullah bin Bejad al-Otaibi da Yousef Aba al-Khail don yin ridda saboda “labaransu na bidi’a” dangane da rarrabuwa na “kafirai” kuma a kashe su idan basu tuba ba.[4]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. "About Sheikh", Hijri calendar birthdate 1352 Archived 2016-03-03 at the Wayback Machine albarrak.islamlight.net
  2. Christian Science Monitor: "Saudi Arabia presses 'YouTube imams' to toe the line on Yemen - Popular Muslim clerics are using social media to stir dissent beyond the purview of government-controlled mosques and satellite TV stations. Saudi Arabia is sensitive to criticism of its war in Yemen" By Taylor Luck June 2, 2015 |Now Saudi authorities are cracking down on online dissent, blocking several popular sites – such as those of clerics such as Mohammed Munajjid and Abdulrahman Barrak – for “promoting bold ideas and thesis.”
  3. Saudi cleric backs gender segregation with fatwa Archived 2017-09-29 at the Wayback Machine, Reuters, 2010-02-23
  4. Top Saudi cleric calls for writers' deaths Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine Reuters, 2008-03-15