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Advice for the Muslim

ADVICE FOR THE MUSLIM Brief passages from the reputed books of ahl as-sunnat scholars are quoted for refuting corrupt Wahhabi and la-madhhabiyya beliefs.

Advice for the

Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 11 Advice for the Muslim Hüseyn Hilmi Iş›k TWENTY-FIFTH EDITION Hakîkat Kitâbevi Darüşşefeka Cad. 53/A P.K.: 35 34083 Fatih-ISTANBUL/TURKEY Tel: 90.212.523 4556–532 5843 Fax: 90.212.523 3693 http://www.hakikatkitabevi.com e-mail: bilgi@hakikatkitabevi.com MARCH-2014

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    “For those prayers which were sai

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    cause such a loss, what great a los

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    great men and imploring them are al

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    to be asked for help.” The Wahhâ

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ’s Great Prophe

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    harâm to build domed tombs in publ

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    greets him, the dead one recognizes

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ ’anhâ) room.

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    custom among [the Ottoman] pilgrims

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    ta’âlâ), in his visitations to

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    stood facing the Qabr as-Sa’âda,

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    584 A.H. (1189). The grating was as

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    and gave the city to ’Abd al-’A

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    They display karâmât. They know w

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    (rahimah-Allâhu ta’âlâ) was wa

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    hadîths and the true words of the

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    helpful to the people. They cannot

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    that is, tajallîs (appearances) li

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    He is endeavouring to misuse âyats

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    in the evening, he will be free [fr

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    Sâriya, the Commander of Muslims,

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    enemy. You follow the bird and kill

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    creature. Ma’rifa is to know All

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    comes the faid. The way cannot be f

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    een explained in the books Seâdet-

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    equires ikhlâs. ’Ibâdât done w

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    their requests.) This hadîth shar

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    from âyats. We disobey not them bu

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    elieve! Obey Allah and obey the Ras

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    anything from him, he would ask Abu

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    “Question: ‘Are not the Qâdiy

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    knowledge,’ for, ’Abdullâh ibn

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    “Question: ‘If we do some affai

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    carried them out in conformity with

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    a’zâm is that his madhhab was th

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    sahîh hadîths in other books of h

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    understand the truth. And if we do

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    power. He regarded his tasbîh of t

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    Karîm al-Qushairî (rahimah-Allâh

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    ’Alî Al-Murtadâ (radîallâhu t

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    spoken to the one who is alive and

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    help can be expected from the dead.

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    against Muslims. A few ignorant peo

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    ad-dîn Muhammad al-Bâbartî [d. 7

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    of Muslim, says, “The dead feel p

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    though she hears. In the two âyats

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    ight path. Al-Imâm al-Baidâwî, i

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    fatwâs of Qâdî-Khân, he who wis

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    so and so gotten married!’ they a

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    We have written above that the deed

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    epented of them after my father’s

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    forgave me.’ At the end of the co

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    people to the things they dream. Th

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    documents. Al-Imâm [’Afîf ad-d

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ ’alaihi wa sal

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    Awliyâ’s seeing can never be den

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    declared, “I do not punish them,

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ’s beloved serv

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    of tasawwuf, ’ulamâ’ and sulah

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ’s creating,”

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    the Jews of Khaibar used to fight w

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    karâmât in this world only and sa

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    a lift on the back of his horse. We

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    were all karâmât. The ones who po

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    etrayal and insult. The hadîth ash

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    ’alaih, d. 418 A.H. (1027)] quote

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    given to each of those who follow i

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    to Allâhu ta’âlâ who bestows w

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    graves before. Now you may visit gr

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    (’alaihimu ’s-salâm) are the k

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    powerful. It becomes easier for him

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    in Herat in 898 A.H. (1492), answer

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    pray to Allah. If it had been permi

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    writes on page 95, “A hadîth sha

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    seen that he first cheats Muslims b

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    everybody has.’ This hadîth shar

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    the above statement belongs to Qâs

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    The source of these fatwâs were th

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    thawâb to him. The hadîth ash-sha

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    and to say, ‘Qurrat ’aynayya bi

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    interpretation he likes. Al-Imâm a

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    “The 114th âyat al-karîma of S

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    a disbeliever. It is sufficient to

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    perform salât were disbelievers if

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    the Book and the Sunna but they, th

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    love Allah’s pious servants.” R

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    the book As-sîrat ash-Shâmî: “

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    Allah will be given thawâb. As suc

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    “F: ‘None of the great ’ulam

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    Rasûlullâh (sall-Allâhu ’alaih

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    with the tongue and the heart. He s

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    likes. He tries to attain the state

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    The isqât and talqîn are not bida

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    Islam by Jews.” These slanderous

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    perfection, an excellence, besides

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    impossible for such perfect, good p

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    awliyâ’ have been cleared and th

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    than love for other beings, or unle

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    endeavour continuously to advance a

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    ‘That person whom Allah does not

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    Paradise.’ This hadîth sharîf i

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    the nafs and get saved from being g

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    Uwâisîs. There was faid in the su

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    eautiful things that Allâhu ta’

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    Answer: Some mutasawwifs said that

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    tahrîma, because it is harâm to e

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    Rasûlullâh’s inheritors. Those

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    consider themselves Muslims. On the

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    ’ilm al-bâtin do not separate fr

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    this path are called Ahl as-Sunnat

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    who loves a jamâ’a belongs to on

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    they were men of Allah!’ Whether

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    PART TWO - THE BEGINNING AND SPREAD

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    and the hard-hearted soon assented

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    you ask who created them,” in the

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    though they know that idols do not

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    only to be a mediator, to intercede

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    he who omits a fard (for example, d

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    inheritors -awliyâ’ and pious Mu

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    command. They went to a place named

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    torrential rains swept away uncount

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    Jidda to raise an army to resist th

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    Wahhâbîs increased the severity o

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    of no avail but only increased Sa

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    the Muslim world. Meccan Muslims we

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    started fighting against the bandit

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    while weeping and lamenting. The se

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    Pasha in the month of Ramadân. Tos

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    for this cause. [1] ’Abdullâh ib

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    Bahrain Island in 1288 A.H. (1871).

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    ’Azîz ibn Sa’ûd suffered defe

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    the Caliph and the Empire during Su

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    Go back to Medina.” Sâmi Pasha t

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    (1919). First Lieutenant Shawkat Be

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    in the capital of the Exalted Ottom

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    humanity and our faithful brethren.

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    made a big mistake in choosing the

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    Is not this vile behaviour of his a

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    large stores, three thousand shops,

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    was made of teak. During the time o

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    killed some of the bandits near Med

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    necessary to perform these orders a

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    The teachings about souls and the l

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    Allâhu ’anh) reported that Rasû

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    along the river called Bâriq near

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    puerperal period. -Hajaral-aswad: a

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    sâlik: one who is on a certain way

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    harâm in every religion. Their pun

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    1. Endless Bliss-from First to Fift

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