Saved Sect, The

The Saved Sect believes the majority of Muslims living in the Western world are forgetting their roots, and sees its primary purpose as being to remind the Ummah of the true Islamic values. The group targets businesses it considers blasphemous or immoral.VideoVideo: 2008 Allah Azza Wa Jall Says in the Qur'an "And whoever obeys Allah and the Messenger - those will be with the ones upon whom Allah has bestowed favor of the prophets, the steadfast affirmers of truth, the martyrs and the righteous. And excellent are those as companions."... He, the Prophet (PBUH] then said: "I enjoin you to fear Allah, and to hear and obey even if it be an Abyssinian slave,for those of you who live after me will see great disagreement.You must then follow my Sunnah and that of the rightly-guided caliphs.Hold to it and stick fast to it. Avoid novelties, for every novelty is an innovation,and every innovation is a misguidance."

Saved Sect, The, also known as Saviour Sect, Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaah, The Saved Sect, al-Firqat un-Naajiyah, Islamic Path, Islam4UK is an active group formed c. 2005.
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