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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

Islamic scholars

Islamic scholars communicate unanimously that prophets’ dreams were wahî. There is no way for doubt in these. While their eyes were closed, their blessed hearts were awake. Those which happened spiritually before were intended to prepare him for the Mi’râj that would happen physically. Because the disbelievers would not believe in the Mi’râj and asked for information about Masjid al-Aqsâ in order to test him, it was declared clearly in the sûrat al-Isrâ that he was taken to Masjid al-Aqsâ. In this sûra, the âyat, ‘I took him to show Mine Âyat,’ shows the fact that he was taken up to heaven. The sixtieth âyat of the same sûra purports: “We have made the dream which We showed you a fitna for people.’ The dream mentioned here denotes the Mi’râj. Some scholars said, ‘It was the dream in which he saw that he would go to Mecca and perform tawâf (hajj) together with as-Sahâba. Because they did not go into Mecca but turned and went back from Hudaibiya in the year when he communicated this dream to as-Sahâba, the munâfiqs aroused fitna.’ However, he did not have that dream that year; why should it have caused fitna, then? Many of the scholars of tafsîr have informed that the word ‘ruyâ’ (dream) is used in the sense ‘seeing while awake at night’ here, and they have put forward examples for this from the Dîvân of the poet Mutanabbî. The Bâtinîs, i.e., members of the Ismâ’îlism, have said that the Mi’râj was not a journey in body, but it was the soul’s getting exalted passing beyond the ecstasies and ranks; this argument of theirs is kufr and ilhâd, that is, it is something which makes one a zindîq; it is enmity against Islam.” Hamidullah’s writing shows that he belongs to the Ismâilî group. The fact that he is from Hyderabad, center of the Ismâîlîs, corroborates this belief of ours. Most of the Sahâbat al-kirâm reported the hadîth about the Mi’râj. It is written with details by al-Bukhârî and Muslim. Those who have îmân should also believe the mu’jiza of the Mi’râj. It is seen that Hamidullah, in all his books, tries to explain Islam in two different points of view; one according to history and one according to his own understanding. The majority of the facts that he derives and communicates from history books narrate the events correctly. But his own heretical points of view and corrupt beliefs, which he has secretly inserted among the former, undermine the îmân of those who read and believe them and annihilate their respect and love towards Rasûlullah (’alaihi ’s- – 290 –

salâm) and their trust in the Ahl as-Sunna scholars. 64 - In order to spread Christianity, the British sent Protestant priests to India in 1270 [A.D. 1853]. The great scholar Rahmatullah Efendi contended against them for days, eventually defeating them so decisively that they could no longer answer him. One night they made a swift exit and went to London. Rahmatullah Efendi gives a detailed account of this victory in his book Iz-hâr-ul-haqq. In revenge for this rout, the British government declared war on India, martyring thousands of Muslims, in 1274 (A.H.). This catastrophic event is written in detail in our books Confessions of a British Spy and Could Not Answer. When their weapons also proved useless in their efforts to annihilate Islam, they pursued a policy to break it from within. In 1296 [A.D. 1880], they helped a person named Ahmad Qâdiyânî to establish a new religion in India. This religion, which was called Qâdianism or Ahmadiyya, was propagated as an Islamic religion. The Islamic scholars in India wrote books proving that votaries of that religion were disbelievers. Formerly the British had supported the Wahhâbî religion for the same purpose. Abd-us-salâm, who made fame by winning the Nobel Prize for physics, is a Qâdiyânî. Ahmad Didad, a man of religion who struggled against Christians and routed them, is not a Sunnî Muslim, either. These people, on the one hand, and the Wahhâbîs and Shiite men of religion, on the other, are misinforming those Christians who have newly converted to Islam, attracting them into their heretical sects, and thereby preventing them from attaining true Islam. Indeed, the British policy causes severe harm to humanity and to Islam. Nowadays, everybody who knows a little Arabic and who is capable of expressing himself in writing has been attempting to write religious books. By disguising as a religious man and getting a diploma, each of them has been writing different things. All of them have been demolishing Islam and defiling the belief of Muslims. Pure-hearted young people are at a loss as to what book to read and whom to believe. Those who want to learn Islam, which Allâhu ta’âlâ likes, and to attain repose and happiness in both worlds by holding fast to Rasûlullâh’s (’alaihi ’s-salâm) religion should read ’ilm al-hâl books, which are the selections from the books that the great men of tasawwuf wrote after the Ahl as-Sunna scholars. Only the Ahl – 291 –

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    as-Sahâba (radiy-Allâhu ’anhum)

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    eliefs, commands and prohibitions.

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    advantages of the rules of Islam to

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    These words of the reformer show hi

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    several meanings in accord with the

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    each race will fade away. This theo

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    We will tell about all these clearl

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    of religious scholars is to teach u

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    Despite the âyats, “If Allâhu t

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    Those who claim to be Ahl as-Sunna

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    hadîth says that seventy prophets

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    accursed, that they will never atta

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    which man would do with his own con

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    fervent fanatic of the Jabriyya doe

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    their ears and eyes,” at the begi

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    does not mean busying with delusion

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    direction, patriotism, honour and h

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    oth in this world and in the next w

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    Jabrâ’îl (Gabriel) came to me.

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    worship and useful deeds of those w

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    away. As it is necessary to carry o

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    towards him, and that they would sa

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    worth the Qur’ân, which has an e

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    poems of Shakespeare, Victor Hugo a

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    Paradise, the scholars of fiqh depr

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    love Allâhu ta’âlâ considering

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    from doubtful things (between harâ

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    elong to religious hands and there

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    teachers. It is not knowledge and s

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    necessary for the existence of crea

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    elations between and laws concernin

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    (’alaihimu ’s-salâm) and utter

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    attempt again to understand the elo

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    days”, and the scholars of fiqh t

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    were executed by shooting when they

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    Beg recommends Arabic as a common l

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    The sixty-forth âyat of the sûrat

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    fact, she swears at them. A youngst

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    sharp imagination we think a Venus

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    the street. Veiling is the curtain

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    ake of the conscience under the pre

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    y saying, “Life is in common,”

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    moon. On this rare occasion he fall

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    words, if he does not feel any fear

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    “The person who commits adultery

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    has fled and has not left nafaqa, t

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    declared in the Qur’ân that men

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    sensations than men are. As lust is

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    justice,” the following points al

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    disbelievers. They do not commit an

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    praised in this hadîth: “The sch

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    have spread all over Muslim countri

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    deplorable state in his Tabaqât al

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    expense of a journey,” to distort

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    and intelligence much. Burhân ad-d

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    He also quoted some other hadîths.

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    him whom Thou loved most among Thin

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    through Muhammad (’alaihimu ’s-

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    them and who respect shrines by per

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    unbelief but harâm for a worshippe

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    elief, they prostrated themselves b

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    Shaiba and Ibn ’Abd al-Birr repor

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    hundred and tenth âyat of the sûr

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    Sunna scholars. Muslims with right

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    (radiy-Allâhu ’anh) martyrdom by

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    in a pitiable condition. The entire

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    not be any Islamic scholar left on

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    them today. It is a tactic of the e

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    path and make him a means for guidi

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    According to many scholars, ’Abd

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    patient. He worshipped much. (95-15

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    Holy War in Islam. Our ancestors pe

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    Shâh Walî-Allâh ad-Dahlawî wrot

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    A mujtahid belonging to the fourth

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    people of bid’a. We should hold f

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    [Walî-Allah ad-Dahlawî himself] p

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    al-istinbât wa wujûh at-tatbiq ba

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    all the Muslims on the earth are mu

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    employed a mulhid named Niyâz Fath

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    He had some activities in Beirut fo

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    espects and his belief in one respe

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    had been commented on first by Ibn

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    might take a whole life-span to exa

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    e black and is never believable to

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    the jizya and become Muslims theore

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    ask for the people’s help.” Any

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    expenditure. It is not a procedure

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    State has to distribute what it has

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    1) If some dain property is in a po

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    “It was in ancient times to pay z

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    This is not an expression of object

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    for jihâd and for legitimate servi

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    mosque or giving alms, he becomes a

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    these days of bliss?” “Yes, the

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    government oppresses and if opposin

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    sin to be forgiven. Allâhu ta’â

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    the name of Islam, which are incomp

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    of fact, these wishes of his have b

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    enormous property and vast areas of

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    ’anh). He attempts to change the

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    Imâm Abû Yûsuf opposes al-Imâm

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    ijtihâd and give fatwâ in matters

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    Salaf as-Sâlihîn broght from Ras

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    2) “Migration to Medina was done

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    and the unbelievers of the Alexandr

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    prescribed persons, it is permissib

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    from Zawâjir show clearly that the

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    philosophical thoughts. Some people

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    Mujâdala, ‘Those who believe in

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