In oh-so-ascetic Buddhism, the oh-so-humble and ascetic monks (often living in impoverished countries) insist on statues of their founding father (these idols have become a source of income for them, from which they fund their monasteries, much like Shia and Sufi shrines are a source of income for ‘pirs’ and ‘ayatollahs’).
In the photo above you can see me standing right next to Khomeini’s seat from where he addressed the Iranian nation and the world. This site is actually a Shia temple of lamentation and self-flagellation (“Husayniyyah”) in Jamaran, Tehran, right next to what was then the home of Khomeini (today he is buried in a Sassanian Majoosi-like mega-palace).
This is an article of mine first published on muslimskeptic.com
BY EBN HUSSEIN (Shia convert to Islam/Sunnah)
The Greatest Bay’ahs of Islam VS The Myth of The Bay’ah of Ghadir
The greatest of all pledges of allegiance (bay’ah) is that of the Sahabah to the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) which is clearly and unambiguously mentioned in the Quran and thus even the Sahabah abusers and haters have no choice but to recite it if they really believe in the book of Allah.
By Ebn Hussein (Hassan Shemrani)
Some people resort to grasping at straws to justify one of the stepping stones to paganism, which is grave worship. A whole list of their false arguments has already been debunked here with the tawfiq of Allah.
The deranged Shia cleric Yasser al-Habib (notorious for his ridiculous analogies, including one in which he conflates Islamic cupping with Shia self-harming rituals) advocates pagan Hindu Zoroastrian firewalking rituals based on fabrications attributed to the Ahlul-Bayt (peace be upon them) and playing with the emotions of the Shia.
“They (i.e. the Rafidah) are the greatest of the followers of desires, in both ignorance and oppression, they show enmity towards the best of the Awliya of Allah, the Most High, from those after the Prophets, amongst the foremost (in faith) amongst the Muhajirin and Ansar (i.e. chiefs of the Sahabah) and those who followed them in goodness – may Allah be pleased with them, and they be pleased with him – and they ally with the Disbelievers, Hypocrites, Jews, Christians, the Pagans, and the various factions of the Malahidah (Disbelieving Heretics)…“ (Minhaj al-Sunnah by Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah)
قال أبو العباس شيخ الإسلام بن تيمية رحمه الله
هم (اي الروافض) أعظم ذوي الأهواء جهلاً وظلماً ، يعادون خيار أولياء الله تعالى، من بعد النبيين ، من السابقين الأولين من المهاجرين والأنصار والذين اتبعوهم بإحسان – رضي الله عنهم ورضوا عنه – ويوالون الكفار والمنافقين من اليهود والنصارى والمشركين وأصناف الملحدين ، كالنصيرية والإسماعيلية، وغيرهم من الضالين
(منهاج السنة لشيخ الإسلام أبي العباس بن تيمية)
بسم الله والحمد لله والصلاة والسلام على رسول الله وعلى آله الطيبين الطاهرين
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
أنصحكم يا أهل السنة بقراءة كتاب ( شيخ الإسلام ابن تيمية لم يكن ناصبياً ) وفقكم الله
– التاب والمغادر من التشيع حسن الشمراني (ابن حسين)
The great achievements of a fallible man – no matter how great, even if he is a Shaykh al-Islam – do not blind the Muslim or lead him to fanaticism. In the words of Imam Malik (may Allah have mercy on him) who one day pointed towards the grave of the Final Messenger of Allah (ﷺ):
Distorting and decontextualising Qur’anic verses and sahih Sunni ahadith and often than not presenting blatant fabrications and weak Sunni narrations as ‘authentic Sunni sources’ have been the most resourceful tools in the Shia box of tricks.
Why do the Twelver Shia balance the Qur’an on their heads during the nights of Ramadan? Where does this bizarre practice stem from? Do they have any evidence for this practice? “It is your Sunni books tho”?
This article shall clarify these questions and shed some light on this bizarre ritual that is falsely attributed to the Imams of the progeny of the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ).
By Ebn Hussein
About The Author
Mar’i Ibn Yusuf al-Karmi (d. 1033 AH/1623 CE) was a Shami (Palestinian) Hanbali scholar and top teacher in al-Azhar during the Ottoman era.
A picture is worth a thousand words. This phrase is used to express that it can be easier to show something in a picture than to describe it by speaking words or using the written word. Indeed, a picture tells a story just as well as, if not better than, a lot of written words.
By Ebn Hussein
No wonder the grave worshippers hate Shaykh al-Islam Abu al-‘Abbas ibn Taymiyyah, may Allah have mercy upon him. I’d hate him too if he had exposed my religion to the max. What a legend, around 600 years ago he described these batini zanadiqah and mushrikun exactly how they are to this very day (if not worse).
By Ebn HusseinShaykh Imran b. Ali al-Harithi al-Shafi’i ( للعَلاَّمة عِمْرَانَ بْنِ عليِّ بْنِ رِضْوَانَ الحارثيِّ الشَّافِعيِّ الفَارِسِيِّ اللِّنْجِيِّ) was an Athari-Shafi’i scholar of Arab-Persian descent from the beautiful south of Iran, Hormozgan, the city of Bandar Lengeh (a Shafi’i stronghold in Iran to this very day).
Consider yourself refuted, ya Vahabi Najdi!
‘Shaykh’ ‘al-Sharif’ ‘al-Sayyid’ Muhammad al-Hasan ibn ‘Alawi ibn Abbas ibn Abd al-Aziz al-Maliki al-Hasani al-Idrisi al-Makki (1944–2004) was a Saudi (of Moroccan descent) Sufi cleric hailing from one of the most influential Sufi clans (who infamous for their Shia traits) in the Hijaz region. His entire family of al-Maliki follows the batini quburi Shadhiliyah Sufi order.
Muhammad ibn ‘Alawi was born and raised in Makkah al-Mukarramah and is considered as one of the foremost Sufi-Ash’ari authorities of batini mystical Sufism of contemporary times.
Sufis (like Rawafid) post numerous sources for this fairy-tale. It is based on flimsy reports, filled with majahil and other defects. They will quote some books by some scholars (Hanbalis) like Ibn al-Qayyim and other sources, none of them are authentic.
One of the most vocal (mufawwidh) ‘Hanbalis’ of our time is an Egyptian individual who goes by the name of Muhammad Abdul-Wahid al-Azhari ‘al-Hanbali’ (who suffers from ‘Salafi burn-out’).