Muhammad ibn Salih ibn Al-‘Uthaymin on Good Bidah

The Saying of Allah’s Messenger “Every Bid’ah Leads Astray”

And you should be amazed at a people who recognise the words of Allah’s Messenger, sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, “Beware of the newly-invented matters, for every such matter is a bid’ah and every bid’ah leads astray, and everything that leads astray is in the Fire,” [Reported by Abu Dawud, Tirmidhi and others, no. 2549 in Sahih al-Jami’ without, ” … every thing that leads astray is in the Fire … “, and hadith no.28 in an-Nawawi’s Forty Hadith] and they know that his words, ” … every bid’ah … ” are complete, comprehensive and universal, being encompassed by the strongest grammatical particle used to make a noun universal and all-encompassing, i.e., kullu (which means everything), and (they know that) the one who used this word, may Allah’s salawat and salam be upon him, knew what this word indicated and he was the most eloquent of all (in the Arabic language) and he was the sincerest of the creation towards the creation. Hence he would not use a word unless its meaning was that which he intended. Hence (they know that) when the Prophet, sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said, ” … every bid’ah leads astray … ” he knew what he was saying and he knew its meaning and this saying of his eminated as a result of complete sincerity and concern for the ‘ummah. Continue reading

Wahhabis celebrating Al-Hussein’s (رضوان الله عليه) death!

How many of you have heard the Shia say that Sunnies/Wahhabies/Nasibies/ect. are celebrating the death of Husein (ra) on ‘Ashura?

Yes, they claim that somehow by fasting on that day this is a “celebration”, you see I didn’t know that fasting is a celebration, I thought that playing music in large gathering and drinking and eating sweets is a celebration … but not fasting or praying … 

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Commentary on Sunnans (Audio – Arabic)

Sharhul sunnan ibn Majah by shaykh Abdulmuhsin al-Abbad

http://www.alukah.net/Library/8012/31031/

Sharhul Jamiul Tirmizi by shaykh Sad al-Humaidi

http://www.alukah.net/Library/8012/21558/

Sharhul Sunnan Abu Dawud by shaykh al-Ghunayman

http://www.alukah.net/Library/8012/26366/

Commentary of verse 59 from an-Nisa

Allah Taala said:

[Shakir 4:59] O you who believe! obey Allah and obey the Messenger and those in authority from among you; then if you quarrel about anything, refer it to Allah and the Messenger, if you believe in Allah and the last day; this is better and very good in the end.

Imam AbdhulHay al-Lucknawi said in his book: Continue reading

Commentary of 33 verse from surah al-Ahzab

Al-Razi, al-Tafsir al-Kabir (6:615): “Allah Most High quit using the
feminine pronoun in his address and turned to the masculine by saying
{liyudhhiba `ankum al-rijsa = to remove uncleanness far from you [masculine
plural]}, so as to include both the women of his [i.e. the Prophet’s] house
and the men. Explanations have differed concerning the ‘Ahl al-Bayt’ but the
most appropriate and correct is to say they are his children and wives;
al-Hasan and al-Husayn being among them and `Ali being among them… due to
his cohabitation with the daughter of the Prophet (sallalahu alaihi wa ala alihi wa sallam) and his close companionship with the Prophet (sallalahu alaihi wa ala alihi wa sallam).” Continue reading

Ibn Hazm about agreement of companions

Allama ibn Hazm in his short treatise “an-Nubaz al-kafiya fi akhamil usul ad-deen” said:

“Contrary to this,  the one who goes against agreement of companions, and deliberately transgress it, if there is a proof (for him established) and he was informed and (he) still persist – he would be consider as disbeliever”.

Source: “an-Nubaz al-kafiya fi akhamil usul ad-deen” p 21

And he also said:

Each person which comes after and he act in accordance to agreement of companions and doesn’t contradict to it, consider believer. The one who goes against agreement because lack of knowledge regarding such – his words are not taken into account. The one who acts contrary to it, while he knows, and persist in this – is disbeliever.

Source: “an-Nubaz al-kafiya fi akhamil usul ad-deen” p25

Testimony from imam on Uluw

Shia shaykh Abu Jafar al-Barqi (d 274), in his book “al-Mahasin” (1/231-231) narrated from Abu Basir, which reported from one of Imams:

لا تكذبوا الحديث إذا أتاكم به مرجئ ولا قدري ولا حروري ينسبه إلينا ، فإنكم لا تدرون لعله شئ من الحق فيكذب الله فوق عرشه
Don’t reject hadith which ascribed to us, if it come to you from muriji, or qadari, or haruri. Because you don’t know, perhaps things from the truth (in those reports)AND (BY REJECTING IT) YOU WOULD LIE UPON ALLAH (WHICH IS) BEYOND THE ARSH.

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And it was also narrated by Muhammad Taqi in “Saheefatul Abrar” (1/24)