The Rafidah are the MOST LYING of all groups and sects:
Shaykh allama Fawzaan said in his book “Sharhul aqidatool Imam al-Mujadid Mohammad ibn Abdulwahab” (p 68, Maktabatus Sunnah): Continue reading
Shaykh al-Barrak said in his commentary of Nawaqid al-Islam:
“Their condition regarding Shirk and Innovation is worse than condition of Soofiyah. They are worse between groups of this (Islamic) nation. They gathered evil of all sects in themselves”.
Sharhul Nawaqid al-Islam (p 55, printed with two other commentaries by Daru Tawhid wa Sunnah)
Following are excerpts from a TV program hosted by Egyptian cleric Hassan Abu Al-Ashbal, which aired on Al-Nas TV on March 19, 2009: Continue reading
Following are excerpts of an address by Egyptian cleric Galal Al-Khatib, which aired on Al-Rahma TV on October 10, 2010.
Galal Al-Khatib: The Shiite serpent has begun to hiss at the Muslims, even through the Koran Radio. This serpent has reached all the way here. Let us return to our topic. As I said in the last show, there is a complete identity – not merely a similarity – between the beliefs of the Jews and those of the Rafidite Shiites.
As I’ve said, one aspect of this similarity is that the Jews accuse all their enemies of being infidels and so do the Shiites. The Jews believe that all non-Jews will end up in the Hellfire for all eternity, and the Shiites believe that everybody else will be in the Hellfire forever.
Both the Jews and the Shiites sanction the killing of those who disagree with them. Like the Jews, the Shiites employ treachery and deception to kill those who disagree with them. They use the same methods to get rid of their opponents. The Jews allow the plundering of their opponents’ property, and the Shiites allow the plundering of the property of the Muslims, and they try to get their hands on it by any possible means – by theft, usury, robbery, and so on. The Jews forbid usury among Jews, but permit it in transactions with Muslims, pagans, Christians, and others. The same is true of the Shiites, who forbid usury among themselves, but permit it in transactions with others.
Following are excerpts from a sermon delivered by Sheik Yousuf Al-Qaradhawi, chairman of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, which aired on Qatar TV on March 18, 2011: Continue reading