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.
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!
In Islam (unlike in Imamism) Images of animals and people are prohibited inside a mosque because of the concern that such images might lead to idol worship (this principle is Sadd al-Dara’i, blocking the means).
Islam came to eliminate saint and grave veneration from its very roots, especially in the forms of erected graves, shrines, mausoleums, statues, and images of revered figures. One of the greatest iconoclasts in Muslim history was none other but the Commander of the Believers, ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib:
A hallmark of the Ahlul-Bid’ah (like the Rafidah and the Mutasawwifah) is that they rely on weak and fabricated reports. Once they are exhausted with that (after being refuted) they move onto the ‘but so-and-so great scholars said so’ appeal.
These pseudo-intellectuals commit a classical logical fallacy i.e. an argument from authority (argumentum ab auctoritate). One of their many logical fallacies to which they clutch onto due to their ignorance. Continue reading Hanbali Imam al-Saffarini performed Shirk?
When you confront the extremists amongst the grave and saint worshippers about their Shirk, they try to vindicate themselves by saying, that they don’t believe that the Prophet (ﷺ) or Imam, Wali (saint), etc., himself helps us (well, some actually do!), rather when we call out to them for help it is meant in a figurative meaning (Majaz), not literal meaning (Haqiqah).
The Ghuluww (exaggeration) of modern day Batini (esoteric fake) Sufis is mind-boggling.
Can someone show the following bloke pics and videos of Syrian children eating leaves and scouring rubbish dumps for food in Syria 2016 when the axis of the Rafidah Majoos besieged them?
In the latest news from Iraq, hate preacher Yasser al-Habib (based in Fulmer, Slough. His gullible non-British followers are told that his temple and TV station are based in London. It’s a selling point) has been causing having in Baghdad after he launched a campaign calling for the destruction of the statue of Abu Ja’far al-Mansur al-Abbasi in Baghdad. Before we get to the statue, some background information:
There is no doubt that Islam is the truth and that the people of the Sunnah, the Ahlul-Sunnah, are the closest people to the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ). There is also no doubt that Rafidism (Twelver Shia Imamism) is a dumpster of various forms of zandaqah, kufr, shirk, and ghuluw in the name of the Ahlul-Bayt. No damage control attempts can ever change that.
There is also no doubt that the seeds of the da’wah sprout and eventually bear fruit as shall be proven in this article.
A commonly repeated shubhah by Rawafid and other Quburis based on the misuse of a hadith that states that the Prophet (ﷺ) can hear our salam that we send upon him. In their shallow understanding of these matters, they argue that:
Brother Erfan al-Farisi is a good friend, a student of knowledge (studied and lived for a decade in Yemen, fluent in Arabic), a native from Tehran, a Sunni Persian par excellence ( أحسبه كذالك والله حسيبه ولا أزكي على الله تعالى أحدا).
Unsurprisingly, the tyrannical leaders in the Muslim world, the Rafidah, and other enemies of Islam see in modern-day Quburi Sufism – which is nothing but a dumpster of folklore paganism, superstitions, polytheism, and other Ghuluw (extremism) in the name of the saints/Ahlul-Bayt, similar to Rafidism – a perfect ally, a diluted version of Islam that they prefer any time and any day over Islam/Ahlul-Sunnah.
A few months ago I stumbled online upon the project of a rather dull and monotonous speaker, Rafidi turban head Seyed-Ali Hosseini (‘Sayed Ali Shobayri’). A loser channel on YouTube, dead, views so low, one feels almost pity and wonders how useless their own kind are who seem not to be too enthusiastic and supportive of their ‘learned’ ones.
However, as I always say: you cannot always choose your opponents, sometimes you have to take what is available, so that is why I and my team respond, refute and humiliate them occasionally. They should be proud that anybody gives them any attention. The Rafidah have not many speakers, so refute their outspoken ones, even if they are not famous.
One of the – if not the – most gullible and easiest targets for Rafidi propagandists from Iran and elsewhere are grave worshippers (Quburis) such as extreme Sufis (pseudo-Sufis really, as true Sufism is part of Islam).
I can still remember the case of a Palestinian brother. He used to curse me on a daily basis, the number of messages where I was called a ‘Wahhabi, Nasibi, Zionist’ etc. reached a level where I stopped trying to explain myself. Subtitling clips for various channels and writing articles for various platforms was my focus in the da’wah. All in defense of Ahlul-Sunnah and in refutation of Rafidism.
First things first. Let me refresh your memory and remind you that Qassem Soleimani aka *Kotlet (cutlet) Soleimani got fried and smoked in a missile attack under the authority and the command of the following freak of nature:
*Many Iranians gave Soleimani the nickname 'Kotlet' which is a Persian dish made with ground beef and lamb mixed with spices and eggs and fried in a pan.
Over the course of the last forty years, Iran has burnt tens of thousands of American and ‘Israeli’ flags, has chanted ‘Death to Israel’ and of course claims to be the flag bearer of the Palestinian cause.
The hadith of the blind man and the man in need are two narrations that are often quoted by grave-worshippers (Quburis) who misuse and abuse these narrations in order to justify their textbook and Catholic-Esque polytheism and paganism of saint worship (the invocation of the saints in supplication).
This article will prove that their proofs are nothing but spoofs and that there is no need to fall into other extreme i.e. the outright rejection of Islamic concepts such as Tawassul, Tashaffu’, etc. in order to debunk the extremists from amongst the Quburis.
The Hadith Of The Blind Man And Its Misapplication
- This treatise is divided into the following sections:
- The Roots of Nowruz
- Bogus claim: Nowruz is a cultural event free of any religious or superstitious connotations that oppose Islamic teachings
- Fire rituals, from Anatolia, Kurdistan to Khorasan
- Fire jumping rituals
- Nowruz according to Zoroastrianism
- The superstitious and polytheistic Haft Sin
- Nowruz Veneration by the Shia clergy
- The Twelfth Imam will emerge on the day of Nowruz
- The day routine of a Shiite on Majusi Nowruz
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.
Omid Sharifi ‘Dana’ (he dislikes his actual Arab last name ‘Sharifi’ as he hates anything related to Arabs and the Arab language) is an infamous Shia-born convert to Zoroastrianism (common amongst Iranian born-Shias), Iranian ultra-nationalist, racist, and apologist of Shi’ism and the Iranian Khomeinist Shi’ite regime. Sounds contradicting? You will find out why there is no contradiction in that and why certain groups of Iranian ultra-nationalists have always championed and supported Shi’ism as a tool to fight Muslims and distort Islam in the name of Islam.
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).