Author(s): Furat AKDEMÄ°R

Kharijite is a reactive political sect that came out because of political and social events in the Islamic history of philosophy. Kharijites base their ideas of political and social issues on a religion. They are known for their excessive, reactive and radical thoughts on religious issues. They try and create a religious sect by interpreting The Holy Qur'an in a way that supports their thoughts by picking out certain words from the verses. Faith and deeds are the context of all mental codes and the actions of Kharijites. They shape their thoughts on politics, sect and actions on religious values and evaluate them by their faith. They are involved in situations that will lead to anarchism and chaos because of their extreme and fragmentary views about religion, politics and law. The ideas that Kharijites possess of faith and deeds and how they associate them with political and social situations throughout Islamic history has been the main problem of Islamic philosophical tradition.


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