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Islams Reformers

The bigotry of the religion reformers or bigots of science who surfaced lately to blame all previous scholars, basic fundamental beliefs or practices

Islams

Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 19 ISLAM’S REFORMERS Hüseyn Hilmi Iş›k Seventeenth 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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    people. The plentiful and various f

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    e good conduct and beautiful morals

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    small as a mustard seed will attain

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    naught at once and he is dismissed;

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    condition of îmân, all of those w

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    them by observing these rules. Deed

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    value. The Luther of Islam has now

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    from each of them by each leader, a

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    perform salât together. The same d

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    exalted in Islam deem it the greate

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    the sûrat al-Wâqi’a. Another gr

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    mosques, which offend the eyes of t

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    ased on sheer thought and mental kn

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    the ropes of the plough were fasten

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    dollar. The existence of the dollar

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    creators, their combination would n

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    twelve apostles went to different p

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    imagined out of illness. This is ob

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    another as such, not disturbing the

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    exploit other people to their advan

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    Armenians, but the muftî of Boghaz

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    the scandal of confession in Christ

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    houses, reveal that the virtues of

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    creation. Later on, her unveiling w

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    other words, as women feel that exp

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    who would have sided with and advoc

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    morning, the real meaning of this f

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    mahram [1] men’s being away form

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    “There are two groups of people w

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    emember our own sins and think of t

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    Though it is obvious that the imita

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    etween 40 and 70, two out of 3 deat

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    ’anhumâ) that took place fourtee

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    husband; the harm done to the husba

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    He attributes defects to this great

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    seventy-three groups. Seventy-two o

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    is written in the book Ad-durar by

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    that Allâhu ta’âlâ was materia

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    dîn al-Qonawî, Muhyiddîn ibn al-

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    kâmina, “When talking on knowled

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    to be on the right path and liked h

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    prayer very often and attained thei

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    prayers which Nûh, ’Ibrahîm and

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    Muslims.” A hadîth reported in t

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    worshipped, that He alone can be pr

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    esides Allâhu ta’âlâ?’ and

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    “Some people, on the one hand, sa

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    ourselves to. The place where men w

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    in Islam which in turn means to mak

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    substance and appearance. Mawdûdî

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    knowledge shone out. Fraternity set

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    interpreting and explaining the Isl

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    against ’Alî (radiy-Allâhu ’a

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    hadîth, were the Umayyad Khalîfa.

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    “XIII: ’Umar ibn ’Abd al-Azî

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    mujtahids whom he educated were lik

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    Hadrat Shâh Walî-Allah ad-Dahlaw

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    and also the names of the blessed a

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    parts that are against the Hadîth

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    Arabic knowledge and the lessons in

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    new rules event if it may not agree

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    and hadîths minutely, learned thei

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    accomplishments of vigilant Muslims

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    all over the world. Among them are

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    sûrat al-Fil, displays some of his

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    about ’Âbduh, “Muhammad ’Abd

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    slanders in order to represent Ibn

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    “Islam rejects a religious bigotr

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    eligion. Muslims have been commande

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    Again in World’s Peace and Islam,

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    televisions, exploit their nations

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    the fact that it had been abolished

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    the amount of al-amwâl az-zâhira

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    The zakât of paper money is paid n

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    elong to any madhhab, they write ev

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    considered as stored property, and

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    Because that so-called religion sui

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    and al-Baihakî’s Shâ’b al-îm

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    The ’ulamâ’ of Ahl as-Sunna ob

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    First World War; for, these three w

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    “Since property belongs to societ

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    When a vessel leaks, only its conte

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    these ’ulamâ’ did this duty, s

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    the ambassador so that he would tal

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    Husainî, “This âyat is about th

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    lood of martyrs.” Sayyid Qutb’s

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    tag along behind them and accompany

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    eing in one of the four madhhabs re

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    against the scholars of tafsîr and

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    possessions only with the permissio

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    he wanted to give me this duty agai

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    legally. 13) Sayyid Qutb puts forwa

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    living in India and Pakistan about

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    1362), the Tablîgh group and its f

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    claiming that the whole Ummat Islâ

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    ‘Ukhrijat’ in the âyat, he der

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    is an open lie. “It is said in th

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    or knowledge or looking for any oth

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    disobey as-Sahâba and mujtahids. P

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    salâmu ‘alaika ayyuha ’n-Nabiy

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    India, wrote in his work Hujjatu

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    murtadds, because they deny Islam

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    Permitting such praises or dissemin

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    do their worship and affairs accord

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ. The salât, fas

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    Muhammad Bâkir said, “Do not sta

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    fard, halâl and harâm only from s

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    al-Islâm Ibn Hajar al-Askalânî.

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    man of bid’a gives up his bid’a

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    “Islamic scholars who have not go

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    it, or it is a qiyâs based upon th

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    konwledge from the Qur’ân and th

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    ecame fixed. “Eventually, Islam w

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    Medina will be read.’ ‘Hold on!

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    hadjis coming from the Muslim world

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    and returned. When he was fourteen

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    him and they liked and respected hi

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    would not be able to portray his be

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    Furthermore, he does not say if he

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    Islamic scholars communicate unanim

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    as-Sunna scholars have comprehended

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    comprehended Allâhu ta’âlâ bet

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    evolts and rises against his own le

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    WHAT IS A TRUE MUSLIM LIKE? The fir

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    TRANSLATION of 110th LETTER The hun

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    deeds be agreeable with the Sharî

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    Sharî’at, is called Karâmat. Th

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    will be ahead of all those people b

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    uneducated people who have fallen p

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    Whenever you see a Muslim you shoul

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    and strive to look for the darling,

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    ’ilm: knowledge, science, ’ilm

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