From the Koran and the Sunnah: the Prophet cuts off people’s hands and feet, gouges their eyes out, leaves them to die of thirst in the desert and then burns their bodies

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From the Koran and the Sunnah: the Prophet cuts off people’s hands and feet, gouges their eyes out, leaves them to die of thirst in the desert and then burns their bodies

 

According to Islamic cleric the , the desire to smash skulls, and to sever limbs for the sake of Allah and in defense of his religion is an honor for the believer of Allah

 

From the Koran:
The story of the ʿUraynīs: From Sūrah Al-Māʾida 5:33 It is the basis for the enforcement of banditry law (ḥadd al-ḥirāba) in Islam; i.e., cutting off the hands of thieves. Some people belonging (to the tribe) of ʿUrayna came to the Messenger of Allāh … the Messenger of Allāh commanded them to the milch she−camels and commanded them to drink their urine and their milk. But they killed the Prophet’s shepherd and fled. The Prophet sent (people) on their track, who caught up with them and arrested them. He (the Holy Prophet) had their hands and their feet cut off, their eyes put out, and had them thrown them into the desert until they died of thirst. Later he had their bodies burned by fire.
What Allāh said through Muḥammad and what Muḥammad did to the ʿUraynīs is a reflection of the injunction of Sūrah Al-Māʾida 5:33: Indeed the requital of those who wage war against Allāh and His Messenger, and try to cause corruption on the earth, is that they shall be slain or crucified, or shall have their hands and feet cut off from opposite sides, or be banished from the land. That is a disgrace for them in this world, and in the Hereafter, there is a great punishment for them.
Al-Qurṭubī’s Commentary on this verse:

This verse was revealed on the account of the ʿUraynīs: Several Imāms have narrated (the wording, though, belongs to Abū Dāwūd, on the authority of Anas b. Mālik: Some people of ʿUkl tribe came to Medīna and its climate did not suit them. So the Prophet ordered them to go to the herd of (Milch) camels and to drink their milk and urine (as a medicine). So they went as directed and after they became healthy, they killed the shepherd of the Prophet and drove away all the camels. The news reached the Prophet early in the morning and he sent (men) in their pursuit and they were captured and brought at noon. He then ordered to cut their hands and feet (and it was done), and their eyes were branded with heated pieces of iron. They were put in Al-Ḥarrāʾ (stony ground) and when they asked for water, no water was given to them.
Abū Qilaba said: Those people committed theft and murder, became infidels after embracing Islam and fought against Allāh and His Messenger.
Another narration: The Prophets ordered that their hands and legs should be cut off and that their eyes should be branded with heated pieces of iron, and that their cut hands and legs should not be cauterized.
A different narration on the authority of Anas: the Messenger of Allāh, peace be upon him, burned them with fire after having killed them.

 

The Commentary of Aṭ-Ṭabarī on this verse:
11811- Muḥammad b. Khalaf narrated to me: Al-Ḥasan b. Ḥammād, on the authority of ʿAmrū b. Hashim, on the authority of Mūsā b. ʿUbayda, on the authority of Muḥammad b. Ibrāhīm, on the authority of Jarīr that: There came to the Prophet, peace be upon him, some a group of people from ʿUrayna. They were barefoot and in bad health. the Messenger of Allāh ordered them to drink urine and mild of pregnant she-camels. Once their health was restored and they got stronger, they killed the shepherds of the pregnant she-camels and drove off the pregnant she-camels headed for the land of their people. Jarīr said: the Messenger of Allāh, peace be upon him, sent me among a number of Muslims. We were only able to catch up with when they at the point of entering the country of their own people. We brought them to the Messenger of Allāh, peace be upon him, who had their hands and feet cut off from opposite sides and their eyes put out. They went on saying: “Water!” But the Messenger of Allāh, peace be upon him, kept on saying: “Fire!” until they perished. The narrator said: But God Almighty hated having eyes put out, and revealed this verse: “Indeed the requital of those who wage war against Allāh and His Messenger” until the end of the verse. [p. 248]
The narrator said: “It was Anas b. Mālik who said that, but he also said: He had them burned by fire after he had them put to death.”
The story of the ʿUraynīs: From Sūrah Al-Māʾida 5:33 It is the basis for the enforcement of banditry law (ḥadd al-ḥirāba) in Islam; i.e., cutting off the hands of thieves. These pictures belong to victims of the enforcement of the banditry law in Islam. Now the question that rises here is this: What if the accused thief was found innocent after his hand has been cut off? And how will he or she be able to support themselves and/or their families with no hands?

A video clip showing the Islamic retribution by killing a man by slicing his neck through. As you can see, his hands and legs had been cut off before he was killed, in application of Sūrah Al-Māʿidah 5:33: “Indeed the requital of those who wage war against Allāh and His Messenger, and try to cause corruption on the earth, is that they shall be slain or crucified, or shall have their hands and feet cut off from opposite sides, or be banished from the land. That is a disgrace for them in this world, and in the Hereafter, there is a great punishment for them.” (Notice that all the executioner cares about is not to get his white garment stained by the victim’s blood.)

 

A picture of the stoning of an adulteress in Islam

 

Bloody steps to implement punishment of stoning in Islam

خطوات تنفيذ شرع الله برجم الزاني

 

From the Koran: the Prophet cuts off people’s hands and feet, gouges their eyes out and leaves them to die
From the authentic prophetic traditions:
Muḥammad tortured the ʿUraynīs by mangling and burning them: On the authority of Anas b. Mālik: Some people belonging (to the tribe) of ʿUrayna came to Allāh’s Messenger, may peace be upon him, at Medina, but they found its climate disagreeable. So the Messenger of Allāh, may peace be upon him, said to them: If you so like, you may go to the camels of Ṣadaqa and drink their milk and urine. As they did so, they were restored to health. They then fell upon the shepherds and killed them and turned apostates from Islam and drove off the camels of the Prophet, may peace be upon him. This news reached the Messenger of Allāh, may peace be upon him, and he sent (people) on their track and they were (brought) and handed over to him. He (the Holy Prophet) had their hands and feet cut off, put out their eyes, and threw them on the stony ground (al-ḥarrāʾ) until they died. (Sahih Muslim, Book Alksamh and warriors, the door of the rule of warriors and apostates).

On the authority of Anas b. Mālik: Some people of ʿUkl tribe, eight in number, came to Medīna and its climate did not suit them. So the Prophet ordered them to go to the herd of (Milch) camels and to drink their milk and urine (as a medicine). So they went as directed and after they became healthy, they killed the shepherd of the Prophet and drove away all the camels. The news reached the Prophet early in the morning and he sent (men) in their pursuit and they were captured and brought at noon. He then ordered to cut their hands and feet (and it was done), and their eyes were branded with heated pieces of iron. They were put in Al-Ḥarrāʾ (stony ground) and when they asked for water, no water was given to them until they died. (Ṣaḥīḥ Al-Bukhārī, Book of Jihad, section on burning a polytheist and whether he should be burned?)

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