|Biographical detail : ||An extremist Murj'iah (those who postpone).
They held the view that no one who once accepted Islam, could be declared a Kafir. Revolt against a Muslim ruler, therefore, could not be justified. This was the opposite view of the Kharjia. The Ummayds who saw them as the supporters of their regime gave the view of the Murjiah.
The extremist Murjiah like Jahm ibn Safwan believed that justice can be postponed since only God could decide whether one was guilty or not.