Salam alaikum. I decided to post some scans with clear lies and distortions from the books of Muhammad at-Tijani, so english speaking shias can clearly see the true face of liar which they use to praise.
In his book “Then I was guided” (p 25, Muasasat Fajr, London, 4-th edition, cover page scanned) Tijani wrote:
Did He not state in the sacred saying: “My servant … Obey me, then you will be like me, you order the thing to be, and it will be.”
We welcome any shia to show this so called qudsi hadith in any known ahadeth sources. Or agree that Tijani simply lied upon Allah by attributing this to Him.
At page 40, Tijani said:
A Wahabi rage stormed in my mind and I said, “Therefore, Doctor, you are a Wahabi in ideology, for they believe in what you are saying, there are no saints.”
And this is nothing but blatant lie upon so called wahabiyah. Because man who suppose to be their founder, Muhammad ibn AbdulWahab said in his book Kashful shubuhat:
ولا يجحد كرامات الأولياء إلا أهل البدع والضلال
“And no one except people of innovation and misguidance would reject miracles of Awliya”
And shaykh ibn Uthaymeen said:
All Muslims should measure the deeds of those who are claimed to be awliya’ by that which is in the Qur’aan and Sunnah. If they are in accordance with the Qur’aan and Sunnah, then we hope that he is one of the awliya’ or close friends of Allaah, but if they go against the Qur’aan and Sunnah, then he is not one of the awliya’ of Allaah. Allaah has mentioned in His Book the fair standards by which His awliya’ may be known, as He says (interpretation of the meaning):
“No doubt! Verily, the Awliyaa’ of Allaah, no fear shall come upon them nor shall they grieve.
Those who believed, and used to fear Allaah much (by abstaining from evil deeds and sins and by doing righteous deeds)”
Whoever is a believer and is pious is a close friend of Allaah, and whoever is not like that is not a close friend of Allaah. If he has some faith and piety then he is a friend of Allaah to some extent.
Nevertheless we cannot be certain about a specific person, but we say in general that everyone who believes and is pious is a friend of Allaah (wali).
See: Fataawa Muhimmah, p. 83, 84.
So who, if not an ardent liar would claim that so called wahabies deny existence of saints?
And Tijani said at the page 45:
Have you read the commentary on the following Qur’anic verse: “Surely Allah and His angels bless the Prophet. O you who believe call for (Divine) blessing on him and salute him always” (Holy Qur’an 33:56).
All the commentators, Shia and Sunnis, agreed that the Companions of the Prophet, about whom the above Qur’anic verse was revealed, cared to see the Prophet and said, “O Messenger of Allah we know how to salute you, but we do not know how to pray on you.”
He said. “Say, may Allah bless Muhammad and the household of Muhammad in the same way as you bless Ibrahim and the household of Ibrahim in the world, You are the Praise-worthy and the Glorious, and do not pray on me by the shortened [al-Batra’] prayer.” They said, And what is the shortened prayer, O Messenger of Allah?” He said, Why do you say may Allah bless Muhammad and then stop, for Allah is perfect and only accepts perfection.” After that the Prophet’s companions followed the Prophet’s order and they performed the complete prayer.
It is blatant lie that sunni commentators of Quran agreed upon this fabricated hadith! You wouldn’t find such in known major tafaseer like Tabari, Qurtubi, ibn al-Arabi, Nasafi, Shawkani, ibn Jawzi, ibn Taymiyah, Suyuti and others.
In the footnote Tijani attributed this fabrication to commentary of ibn Athir. And no one who wrote bio of ibn Athir mentioned tafsir which was written by him.