Category Archives: Tashayyu’ / Shi’ism

The Grave Worshippers are The Real Mushabbihah

القبوريون هم المشبهة

والرافصة المشركون على نهجم (الأشاعرة القبوريين)، يشغلون البسطاء والجهلة بمسألة التجسيم عن التشبيه الحقيقي الذي تحدث عنه القرءان وحذر منه. وهذا الذي يحذر منه القرءان هم فيه واقعون وإليه ويدعون ولواءه يرفعون وهو دعاء غير الله.

They busy the gullible and weak minded with the issue of Tashbih (likening Allah to the Creation) and Tajsim (anthropomorphism); the old but modified arguments of the Jahmiyyah, accusations levelled against Ahlus-Sunnah that can be refuted by the Qur’an alone (that adding to the Jahmiyyah contains Kufr in its Dhahir!), let alone the reports of the Salaf al-Salihin.

The truth is: It is the Qubūrīs who have fallen into the clear-cut Tashbih: Calling on other than Allah (under the guise of ‘Tawasul’).

The Turban of The Prophet/Ahlul-Bayt/Sahaba VS The ‘Turban of The Rafidah

The Prophet (صل الله عليه وعلى آله وسلم)

– The Prophet (صل الله عليه وعلى آله وسلم) used to wear Turbans in different colours (including Black, White and yellow). He never restricted himself to one colour as the Ahlul-Bid’ah and Zandaqa do (with the Rafidah being the worst of all, as they have turned it into a clerical-tyoe attire like in the Catholic Church where only clergymen wear certain clothing!)

– Although the Prophet (صل الله عليه وعلى آله وسلم) did wear clothes in different colours (including Turbans) his favourite colour and what he commonly wore and advised others to wear was white:

Ibn ‘Abbas (رضي الله عنه) narrated that the Prophet (صل الله عليه وعلى آله وسلم) said: “Wear white clothes as they are from the best of your clothes, and enshroud your dead in them.” [Abu Dawood, At-Tirmithi and Ibn Majah]

– The Prophet (صل الله عليه وعلى آله وسلم) used to wear his turban with at least one tail, often two. Yes, there are incidents when he wore a Turban without its tale but these were rare and mainly during warfare.

The Rafidah:

– They have innovated an ugly Hindu-Caste system like Bid’ah of designating certain colours (and cleft attire!) for certain groups only:

So called ‘Sayyids’ (descendants of the Prophet, many of them are non-Arabs to the bilones with no family tree and often despise the Arabs), their laymen, can wear large green shawls (like the followers of Dajjal who will emerge from the heart of modern day Majoosi Iran), green kufis or black ones, the non-Sayyids are not supposed to wear religious attire in green or black!

As for their clergy:

Black is designated for “Sayyids” only whereas white is for non-Sayyids. This despicable Bid’ah itself is less than 500 years old and appeared after the rise of the Safavid Empire (that enforced Twelver Shi’ism on most Iranians). Imagine, even the heretical Pre-Safavid Rawafid didn’t fall into this Church-Hierarchy-style Bid’ah!

– The Rafida wear their turbans like Sikhs do i.e. without tales, yes some of their scholars do let the tale of their turban hang during prayers only but this itself is a Bid’ah (to restrict it to Salah only) and it doesn’t change the fact that the default style of theirs is to wear without letting the tale hang (like Sikh Mushriks).

Islam didn’t Come To Replace Ya Hubal With Ya Ali!

The Prophet and his Sahaba (includes Ahlul-Bayt) did not wage Jihad against the Mushrikun in order to replace ‘Ya Hubal, Ya Lāt, Ya Jesus, Ya Mary madad’ (help) with his family (‘Ya Ali, Ya Fatimah, Ya dozen Imams madad’) and a whole plethora of Sufi pirs and other saints.

If you are high on this Shirk you might as well join the Catholic or Orthodox Church (avoid protestants as they would make Takfir on the aforementioned AND you), they have a saint for every specific task (like the Rafidah) and you’ll do just fine.

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.

How Grave-worshippers Have Deitified Their Saints

Anybody who calls upon saints from afar believes by NECASSITY that his buried saints can hear, see etc everything. This person has knowingly or unknowingly deitified his saints.

This is why Mushrikūn call on their buried gods in the first place; they already hold shirki beliefs that they and their Rabbis and priests justify with mental gymnastics, fallicious analogies and other pathetic excuses (such as: “My saint can hear and respond to unlimited calls, but not as many as Allah”…’Allah can create millions of Jesus’ and Ali’s who can aid us…why not? with the persmission of Allah…blah blah…’).

These are simple Lawāzim that come with such practices, and this is why scholars such as Ibn Uthaymin, Nasir al-Barrak etc rightfully excused ONLY those who ask the Prophet (s) right next to his grave to ASK Allah (only for Shafa’ah). This is undoubtly not Shirk as the one doing it has some form of (although incorrect) Shubuhat (Prophets alive in heir graves etc.) AND, most importantly, the doer doesn’t believe that the Prophet can is aware of every call, can hear every call, can respond to every call etc. i.e. he hasn’t deitified the Prophet (s) in any shape whatsoever.

PS: Quburiyun denying their Ibada by calling it ‘Tawassul’/’Wasilah’/’Shafa’ah’ or adding their favourite clause of ‘Bi`idhnillah’ to their shirk doesn’t turn their paganism into Tawhid. Matters are judged based on their reality and not what they are called.