Category Archives: Aqidah, Usul & Manhaj

كتاب رائع ومفيد: شيخ الإسلام ابن تيمية لم يكن ناصبياً

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)

تحميل

Judeo-Shiite Grave Worship VS Umar Ibn al-Khattab – The Tomb of Daniel In Iran

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 ():

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Centuries Before The Dawn Of ‘Wahhabism’: Sunni Scholar Mar’i al-Karmi Lambasts The Grave Worshippers

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.

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The Most Mendacious And The Most Shirk-practicing Of All Sects

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).

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A Poem about ‘Wahhabism’ by an Iranian Athari scholar

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).

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“But my Pir/Imam whom I invoke is dependent on Allah, I don’t intend to worship him!” – The Istiqlal Excuse

Moroccan Sufis invoking a buried saint for all their needs and wishes.

As for the Sufi (Barelvi)/Rafidi get-out clause: ‘with the permission of Allah’ (a divine formula that they misuse):

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Can The Dead Hear And Does That Prove The Legitimacy Of The Heresy Of Praying To The Buried Saints?

There is a valid difference of opinion amongst the scholars of Ahl al-Sunnah regarding the issue of the dead being able to hear the living and to what extent. However, both camps agree that praying to the living, the dead or Prophets, martyrs, etc. is strictly forbidden and the mother of all shirk (polytheism).

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The Efforts Of The Scholars Of Yemen In Refutation Of Grave Veneration

The scholars of Ahl al-Sunnah wa al-Athar In Yemen have provided one of the best works in refutation of the Qubooris such as the Zaydis, Twelvers, and Sufis (all three are united in the heresy of building lavish structures over graves and venerating the buried saints).

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Grave Veneration According To The Four Sunni Schools: A Means To Shirk

In my previous article, I’ve presented you a plethora of evidence proving that the Rafidi-Sufi ‘proof’ for the claim that Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal (may Allah have mercy upon him) permitted touching and kissing of the Prophet’s (ﷺ) grave for the sake of seeking tabarruk (blessings) is nothing but a spoof that opposes the entire Hanbali school and the more authentic reports by Imam Ahmad regarding this issue.

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Did Imam Ahmad Permit Kissing and Touching The Grave Of The Prophet (ﷺ)?

This is actually a widespread shubhah (spurious argument) that is regularly circulated on Arab (and Persian) websites and social media by Rawafid and (unsurprisingly) Sufis alike.

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The Burdah Qasidah – Free of Shirk And Ghuluw?

One of the excuses that the extremists (ghulat) from amongst the mystic Sufis and Rafidah employ in order to justify their heresies, is the claim that their blatant kufriyat are merely metaphors, poetry, etc. With these excuses, almost everything can be justified and has been justified and attributed to the Prophet (), his Ahlul-Bayt, and the rest of the Awliya under the pretext of ‘loving and honouring them.’ With such excuses, the Rafidah and Mutasawwifah even justify referring to themselves as dogs (i.e. as in being loyal) of their favourite shaykhs, imams, pirs, etc.

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Do Sunnis Send Incomplete Salutations (Salam and Salawat) Upon The Prophet (ﷺ)?

Sending salawat upon the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وعلى آله وصحبه وسلم) is from the greater deeds of ‘ibadah; and making it in abundance is among the reasons to attain immense goodness and invite blessings to oneself, as well as deterrence against evil and calamities. Sending salutations upon the Prophet (ﷺ) is to invoke Allah alone (as praying to anyone other than Allah is polytheism) to bless and raise the rank of the Prophet (ﷺ) even further.

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Sunni Iranian scholar/Ibrahimic Monotheism VS Saint/Imam Worship [VIDEO]

Shaykh Mohammad Shafi Qurayshi is the Mufti of the Sunni Shafi’i region of Talysh, Gilan (Northern Iran, which is one of the remaining Sunni strongholds of Iran after the anti-Sunni Safawi onslaught in the 16th century on Iranian Sunnis.

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The ‘Wahhabis’ And The Demolition Of The Four Maqamat

What are the four Maqamat?

During  (and before) Ottoman rule, for hundreds of years, daily prayers inside al-Masjid al-Haram in Makkah were conducted at different times according to the four most widely accepted Sunni Schools of jurisprudence (madhhab), and at four different locations of the Masjid. Each school of thought had basically its own Mihrab!

An old photograph of the al-Masjid al-Haram and the four Maqamat and Mihrabs for each four school of thought. The ‘Wahhabis’ got rid of this evil Bid’ah.

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A real Husayni invokes none but Allah!

No doubt, al-Husayn ibn ‘Ali (may Allah be pleased with him) always invoked Allah alone and taught others to do so.

No doubt, al-Husayn ibn ‘Ali (may Allah be pleased with him) never raised flags of shirk and slogans such as ‘Ya Husayn’, rather his slogan and that of the companions were slogans of Tawhid (such as ‘ya Allah’ and the Takbir that Sunnis are known for).

Al-Husayn never said ‘ya myself madad’ nor ‘ya ‘Ali madad’, rather he prayed to Allah alone, so do Sunnis.

Sunnis are the true Husaynis, they are upon the Tawhid of al-Husayn, Ali ibn Abi Talib, the family of the Prophet (ﷺ):

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 Hadith. He also studied in Baghdad (Iraq), Nayshabur (Persia, Khorasan), and Ray (modern-day Tehran). He was buried in Isfahan (the graves of many classical Sunni scholars that exist all over Iran were desecrated by the anti-Sunni Rafidhi Twelver Shia Safavid empire and its spiritual descendants).

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Clothing conforming to Islam VS the myth of Islamic clothing

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 pins (‘of the Prophet’) on their heads (and even cover their places of worship with it!) and constantly rant about how their evil boogeyman, the ‘Najdi-Vahhabis’, have abandoned wearing the holy turban (not true, meany Atharis wear Turbans in lands were turbans are traditional like Mauretania, Sudan, Yemen, etc.).

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THE CLERICAL GARB OF THE RAFIDAH – A BID’AH TAKEN FROM THE POLYTHEISTS

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 Persia (when modern-day Iran was forced from a majority Sunni country into a majority Rafidi Shia one) and is ever since an essential part of their religious institutions (‘scientific seminaries/al-Hawzat al-‘Ilmiyyah’) and those who graduate from them (or are given the ‘blessing’ of wearing the Rafidi turban by one of their scholars).

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The Invocation of the saints – The practice of the pagan polytheists

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:

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Yasir Kazi (‘Qadhi’) and the Arab Sufis of Hijaz – The People of Hatim al-‘Awni

 
Hatim al-‘Awni with Yasir Qadhi (left) and with the Saudi Rafidi Khabtih Ahmad Salman who openly declares the Muhajiroon and Sahabah as traitors and misguided folks who abandoned the very mother of all foundations of the religion (‘Ali’s divine authority/Wilayah as per Rafidism)

Before you read: Remember, you don’t need to be a zealous ‘Salafi’ (of the hizbi type)  to oppose and call out the falsehood and heresies of deviants who masquerade as traditionalists. Salafi-burnout has caused some to fall into other extremes. Be aware and don’t become a tool.

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Shattering the mirage that sacred knowledge can only be taken from the Ahlul-Bayt al-Athar

By former Shia and convert to Islam/Sunnah, Ebn Hussein.

بسم الله والحمد لله والصلاة والسلام على نبينا وإمامنا وسيدنا رسول الله  وعلى جميع الأنبياء والمرسلين، وعلى أصحابه المرضيين الميامين، وعلى أزواجه الطاهرات أمهات المؤمنين، وعلى ذريته وآل بيته الطيبين، وعلى إخوانه وحزبه إلى يوم الدين. أما بعد،


The Imamites, the Twelver Shia, have filled their books with spurious narrations (fabrications and lies) that are attributed to the Ahlul-Bayt (عليهم السلام) and  are diametrically opposed to the Qur’an, Sunnah and historical facts.

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Allah ‘Sits Cross-Legged’? Shia Lie Debunked

One of the many lies of the Rafidaht that comes in the form of a shubhah (doubt/spurious argument) and that I have encountered a number of times myself online by the principle enemies of Ahlus-Sunnah, the Rafidah, is the claim that Sunnis (‘Vahhabis‘) believe that Allah sits ‘cross-legged’. The ignorant Rafidah usually cite some proofs (spoofs) that they don’t understand without realising that of course.

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Everyone claims to have a connection with Layla…

One of my favourite (Arab) proverbs:

وَكُلُّ يَدَّعِي وَصْلاً بِلَيْلَى **** وَلَيْلَى لَا تُقِرُّ لَهُمْ بِذَاكَا
إِذَا اشْتَبَكَتْ دُمُوعٌ فِي جُفُونٍ **** تبينَ مَنْ بَكَى مِمَّنْ تَبَاكَى

Everyone claims to have a connection with Layla, but Layla does not affirm that for any of them…

Shaykh al-Albani (رحمه الله) quoted it often (when referring to claimants of Islam/Sunnah and the truth). It is based on an old story of Arabic origin, about the 7th-century Najdi Bedouin poet Qays ibn al-Mullawah and his lady love Layla bint Mahdi (or Layla al-Aamiriya). “The Layla-Majnun theme passed from Arabic to Persian, Turkish, and Indian languages”, most famously through the narrative poem composed in 584/1188 by the Persian poet Nizami Ganjavi, as the third part of his Khamsa.