The Shaykh al-Islam of Isfahan (Persia) on the sound Salafi-Athari creed concerning the attributes of Allah
Abul-Qasim al-Taymi al-Isfahani al-Shafi’i (457- 535 H) was a major authority of Ahlus-Sunnah, one of the Shuyukh of al-Ibn al-Sam’ani. He studied in Isfahan (Sunni stronghold in pre-Rafidi-Safawi Persia) and amongst his teacher was a female, ‘Aishah bint al-Hassan al-Warkaniyyah al-Isfahaniyyah, a praised and reliable transmitter of … Continue reading The Shaykh al-Islam of Isfahan (Persia) on the sound Salafi-Athari creed concerning the attributes of Allah →
I introduce to you: ‘Abdul-Masih the Copt and ‘Abdul-Hussain (and all those who are upon his Quburi creed of invoking the buried and tombed ones). As for the ‘Abdul-Hussain and his friends: Yes, they literally invoke their buried and tombed demigods just like Muslims invoke Allah. They literally pray to them (directly) like Catholics pray … Continue reading ‘Abdul-Hussain VS ‘Abdul-Massih →
There is no doubt that traditional attire in the lands of the Muslims is beautiful and should be maintained. However, many Muslims hold unjustifiable (at worst) or accepted (at best) opinions and try to shove them down the throats of others as the golden truth. You have the Pseudo-Sufis who literally wear turbans with sandal … Continue reading Clothing conforming to Islam VS the myth of Islamic clothing →
The worst bid’ah with regards to clothing is that of the Rafidah (and some Sufis) who have institutionalised the hideous bid’ah of clerical attire that is literally designated for a specific class of society i.e. the clergy. This is an ugly bid’ah taken from other polytheists (Church, etc.) and started during the Safavid take-over of … Continue reading THE CLERICAL GARB OF THE RAFIDAH – A BID’AH TAKEN FROM THE POLYTHEISTS →
For those who don’t know, the Rafidah are on the exact same ‘Aqidah as al-‘Awni, Qadhi, and other Shirk-apologists when it comes to the issue of Istiqlal. I can provide you with plenty of lectures, in Arabic, Persian, etc. where they idolatrous turban-heads of the Rafidah literally say that invoking the Imams/Ali ibn Abi Talib … Continue reading Unbelievable Shia Tawhid (Talhid) Explained by an ‘Ayatollah’ [VIDEO] →
In 2012, Shaykh Ibtisam Elahi Zaheer, the son of the lion of Islam and Ahlus-Sunnah of Pakistan, Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (may Allah have mercy upon him), visited us in London, UK, in our modest studio (Toweed TV, formerly known as Wesal Farsi TV).
Abul Fatḥ Muḥammad ibn Abdil-Kareem al-Shahrastāni (d. 548) lived some two centuries before Ibn Taimiyya (d. 728) and ibn al-Qayyim (d. 751), let alone being some seven centuries before MiAW (d. 1206). Despite that, this is what he had to say about idol-worshipers in his encyclopedic work on religions and sects “Al-Milal wan-Niḥal”:
The Shia – Twelver, Zaydis, and other Rafidah and semi-Rafidah, accuse ‘Uthman of being a tyrant who preferred his clan over everybody else. They accuse him of the worst form of nepotism and often cite how he put his own relatives in charge.
Twenty-three years of Prophetic da’wah, the call of Islam and Tawhid, was not meant to replace the excessive saint veneration of various polytheists (like the Christians) with a set of new saints who can be invoked in du’a. Shaykh al-Islam Abul-‘Abbas ibn Taymiyyah (rh) says:
One of the hallmarks of the Quburis is their ignorance of Islamic terminology related to Tawhid. You will often see them mixing up the terms such as bid’ah, shirk, khurafah, zandaqah, etc. You will often find them saying things like, ‘Vahhabis say visiting graves is shirk …’, or ‘Vahhabis say tabarruk is shirk’.
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