Category Archives: Shubuhat Debunked

Shab al-Amrad (Hairless Boy) shubha Debunked

Do Sunnis/Salafis believe that God sits cross legged and is a beardless young man wearing a green robe?

Both of these pathetic Shubuhāt are often brought up by hardcore Qubūrīs (grave worshippers) from amongst the esoteric/batini Sufiyyah and their spiritual cousins, the Rafidah.

The likes of Zindīq Syed (‘Sayed’) Ali (Imam) from Bayat al-Ganesh (‘Ghadeer’) have often brought up this misleading doubt (in order to distract from the bizarre and blatantly pagan beliefs and rituals of their religion), copying and pasting the nonsense from the likes of Zindiq Hassan Farhan al-Maliki (crypto-Rafidi in Saudi Arabia), Saqqaf and other zanadiqah.

Enjoy watching the brothers in Sudān dismantling this shubha, academically and thoroughly without any apologetic excuses.

Abdul-Rasul The Brother Of Abdol-Hossein And Abdul-Masih – Names Whose Use Is Forbidden

One of the many objectives of Shari’ah (Islamic Law) is to safeguard the concept of Tawhid (belief in the Oneness of Allah and that none but Him is worthy of worship/ monotheism) against misuse and to direct all mankind towards worshipping and serving Allah Alone, the very purpose for which they were created. So just because something is not shirk per se, doesn’t make it right or Islamic.

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