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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

Allâhu ta’âlâ. The

Allâhu ta’âlâ. The salât, fast and tâ’a of only those who unite in this way are acceptable. Those who do not unite in this way will not attain to happiness in this and the next worlds. Moreover, unless Ahl al-qibla do not love one another, they cannot possess îmân and enter Paradise. Though men’s every kind of sins may possibly be forgiven, discord and enmity among them will not be forgiven.’ ” Answer 10: Not all of the above statements are in conformity with Islam. They are harmful to Muslims and lead them to heresy. Many hadîths and the words of Islamic imâms support this. Let’s quote some of the hadîths that forbid friendship with men of bid’a and command keeping away from them: the hadîth reported in the Sahîh of Muslim from Abû Huraira (radiy-Allâhu ’anh) says, “Run away from them! [So] they shall not lead you to heresy, throw you into discord!” The hadîth reported from ‘Âbdullah ibn ’Umar (radiy-Allâhu ’anh) by Abu Dâwûd says, “Do not visit them when they get sick!” The hadîth reported from Jâbir by Ibn Mâja (radiy-Allâhu ’anh) states, “Do not greet them when you encounter them!” The hadîth reported by ’Ukailî from Anas ibn Mâlik (radiy-Allâhu ’anh) says, “Do not keep company with them! Do not eat or drink with them! Do not intermarry with them!” [1] The hadîth ash-sherîf reported by Ibn Hibbân says, “Do not perform their funeral prayers! Do not perform salât with them!” The hadîths reported from Ma’âdh (radiy-Allâhu ’anh) by ad- Dailamî say, “I am not of them. And they are not of me. Jihâd against them is like jihâd against disbelievers.” The hadîth ashsherîf which was reported through the ancestral succession of [1] This hadîth forbids friendship, eating and marrying with ahl al-bid’a. It is written in Hindiyya and Bahr ar-râiq, “Zindîqs, Bâtînîs, Ibâhîs and all the groups with beliefs that cause kufr are mushriks (polytheists) like idolaters and worshippers of stars. Marriage with such mushriks or intercourse with their females as jâriyas is harâm.” The above writings conclude that, if the belief of those who do not belong to one of the four madhhabs, i.e. those who are not of Ahl as-Sunna, causes kufr, they become mushriks. Marriage with them and eating the carcass they have slaughtered are harâm. Of them, those whose belief does not cause kufr are ahl al-bid’a, and marriage with them is not harâm; though the nikâh would be sahîh, not with them but with Al as-Sunna should Muslims get married, because living with them and even greeting them are forbidden by hadîths. – 260 –

Imâm ’Alî (radiy-Allâhu ’anh), Husain, Zain al-’Âbidîn ’Alî, Muhammad Bâkir and Imâm Ja’far as-Sâdiq and which was said to Abû Umâma states: “Do not have relation with those in the groups of Qadarî, Murji’î and Khârijî! They will spoil your religion. They betray as did the Jews and Christians.” The hadîth reported from Anas ibn Mâlik (radiy-Allâhu ’anh) by Ibn Asâkir states, “When you meet the man of bid’a, treat him harshly! Allâhu ta’âlâ is hostile to all men of bid’a. None of them will be able to pass the Sirât bridge; they will fall in Hell fire.” The hadîth reported from Hadrat ’Umar (radiy-Allâhu ’anh) by Abu Dâwûd and Hâkim says, “Do not be in company with people of the Qadariyya group! Do not consult them your affairs.” The hadîth reported from ’Abdullâh ibn Mas’ûd (radiy-Allâhu ’anh) by Ahmad ibn Hanbal, Abu Dâwûd, at-Tirmidhî and Ibn Mâja and from Abû Mûsâ ’l-Ash’arî (rahmatullâhu ’alaihim) by at-Tabarânî says, “The Sons of Isrâ’il committed sins. Their scholars advised them; they did not listen. Their scholars later talked with them. They ate and drank together. Allâhu ta’âlâ introduced enmity among them; He condemned them through the mouths of Dâwûd (’alaihi ’s-salâm) and ’Îsâ (’alaihi ’s-salâm).” At-Tirmidhî, Abu Dâwûd and Ibn Mâja reported from Nafi’ that a man conveyed someone’s salâm to ’Abdullah ibn ’Umar (radiy-Allâhu ’anhumâ), who said, ‘I have heard that he has become a man of bid’a. If he is so, do not take my salâm to him.” Hasan al-Basrî and Muhammad ibn Sîrîn said, “Do not come together with men of bid’a.” Ayyûb as-Sahtiyânî said, “I and Talaq ibn Habîb were sitting together. Sa’îd ibn Jubair, passing by, said to me, ‘Do not sit with him! He is a man of bid’a.’ ” As Asmâ ibn Ubaid told, two men of bid’a came to ’Alî Sîrîn and said that they wanted to ask him about a hadîth; “No, don’t ask,” he said. When they said that they will ask him about an âyat, he said, “No! Get out of here or I will go!” The two men left. Those who were there said, “What if you spoke on an âyat from al-Qur’ân alkerîm?” He replied, “I feared that they would read the âyat after altering it and that this alteration might make place in my heart.” Salâm ibn Abî Muti’ told that, when a man of bid’a said to Ayyûb that he would ask him a word, he said, “I wouldn’t listen even a half word from you.” Someone asked something to Sa’îd ibn Jubair, who gave no answer; when the reason was asked, he said, “He is a man of bid’a, so shouldn’t be talked with.” Abû Ja’far – 261 –

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