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A secret religious movement in Iraq "Atkfr" reference and the last respond: spread corruption to accelerate the emergence of the Mahdi

A secret religious movement in Iraq "Atkfr" reference and the last respond: spread corruption to accelerate the emergence of the Mahdi 2b497100-d61e-4728-81d2-93fd3f831643_cx0_cy2_cw0_w1023_r1_s

2019/05/05 15:03:02

In the province of Dhi Qar in southern Iraq, people are talking about a secret religious movement called the "mulawiya".

Security authorities in the province announced the arrest of dozens of "belonging to the movement mole", on charges of "stand against the ideas of the religious authority and destabilize security."

The chairman of the security committee in the province of Dhi Qar Jabbar al-Musawi said that 45 elements of this movement were arrested "who deny the references."

He added that the muloya organization includes about "four thousand people" deployed in the southern provinces and active in Dhi Qar.

Every 50 people of the movement are associated with a leader called the "mawlawi". The followers of the mulawiya are considered a "heresy," and they believe that the "mind of the person is his own."

The movement considers that a person can be a reference to himself after reading the books of religious traditions and understanding of religion, according to Moussawi, who said that the movement was active in late 2017 under the name of "behaviorism" or "children of God" and then changed its name to " , And ended when the "mole".

Moussawi said the security services obtained this information after conducting preliminary investigations with detainees belonging to the movement.



The appearance of the Savior

Although these tendencies are a minority among the Shiite Muslims in Iraq, their emergence is repeated.

In 2008, the Ansar al-Mahdi group appeared to be preparing for the departure of Imam al-Mahdi, the 12th imam of Shiites.

And preceded in 2007 the emergence of the "Soldiers of Heaven", which entered into violent clashes with the security forces, killing and wounding dozens of the two sides before writing the end.

These groups agree to call for the "cleanup" of the doctrine, in preparation for the departure of Imam Mahdi, who will not come out only with the conditions that they believe must be achieved quickly.

But "cleaning" quickly turns into violence that kills dozens.

"These movements seek to spread corruption in society and to create crises, justified by the desire to speed up the appearance of Imam Mahdi," said Sheikh Nasser al-Asadi, a professor at Al-Hawza.

Asadi says that "this conviction is contrary to the controls of reason and Sharia, the spread of corruption must be involuntary and not artificial."



Law is the solution

Although the Iraqi Penal Code does not include a clause that criminalizes "religious beliefs," the head of the security committee in the local government of Dhi Qar stresses that "detention and legal accountability are necessary in the case of mulawites."

He explains that although the law guarantees freedom of expression and conversion to religion, "it can not be considered as a guarantee of freedom of opinion because they incite corruption and kill Muslim clerics."

"They were arrested in accordance with article 27 on the possession of weapons, and the article on destabilizing the security situation inside the province," Moussawi said.

The head of the security committee in Dhi Qar does not rule out that the movement "is linked to an international organization because of publications and educational books published by the movement's followers."

So far, the mullahs have not engaged in any armed activity, but they have "light weapons"

"The suicides, the grain trade, the drugs and the tribal problems," says 28-year-old Kamal al-Askari, "are the top stories in the province." Now the odd religious movements have been added to all this, he said.

Kamal, who lives in the Suq al-Shuyukh district of Dhi Qar, holds the clergy responsible for the social and psychological conditions of society.

"This is borne by preachers who have taken from the pulpit a source of livelihood and not a platform to raise awareness of society," he said. "These cases must be dealt with intellectually and not by force."

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