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    10 nullifiers of Islam by Muhammad Bin Abdul Wahhab

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    1)Setting Up Partners in the Worship of Allah, the Most High .


    2)Whoever makes between himself and Allah Intermediaries (al -Wasaa’it), Supplicating them (ad-Du’aa), Asking them for Intercession (Shafaa’a) and Relying upon them (Tawakkul) - In that case he/she has already become a Kaafir (Unbeliever).


    3)Whoever does not declare the Kufr (disbelief) of the pagans; or has doubts about their Kufr (disbelief); or considers their madh-hab (way of life/religion) as correct or valid. Such a one has fallen into disbelief by Consensus.



    4)The belief that the Guidance of someone other than the Prophet (saw) is more perfect than his Guidance; or that the Ruling of other than the Prophet (saw) is Better than his Ruling; or the Permissibility of Accepting the Ruling from other than what Allah has revealed.


    5)Whoever Hates Anything of What the Prophet (saw) came with Has Committed Kufr
    (Disbelief), even if he practices it [i.e. that thing which the Prophet (saw)has come with].”


    6)Whoever Ridicules, Scorns or Makes Mockery of Anything of the Religion of the
    Prophet (saw), Its Reward or Its Punishment, Has Committed Kufr (Disbelief).



    7)Sorcery or Magic, which includes as-Sarf (causing alienation) and al-‘Ataf (causing
    affection or attachment). He who practices it or is pleased with it is a disbeliever.


    8)Backing or supporting the polytheists and aiding them against the Muslims.


    9)Whoever believes that some people are exempted from abiding by the Sharee’ah (Laws)
    of Muhammad (saw) - just as al-Khidhr (as) was exempted from the Sharee’ah (Laws) of Moses (as) - is a Kaafir.


    10)Total Disregard or Turning Away from the Religion of Allah, by neither Learning It nor Acting upon It.



    Explanations of each of them will be followed, in sha Allah.
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    Re: 10 nullifiers of Islam by Muhammad Bin Abdul Wahhab

    THE FIRST NULLIFIER




    Setting Up Partners in the Worship of Allah, the Most High
    Allah, the Most High, says: “Verily, Allah does not forgive that partners be set up with Him (in worship), but
    He forgives whatever is less than that, to whomever He wills. And whoever sets up
    partners with Allah, he has indeed invented a tremendous sin.”

    And He, the Most High, says: “…Verily, whoever sets up partners with Allah (in worship), then Allah has forbidden paradise to him, and his final abode will be the Fire. And the Zaalimoon (wrongdoers, polytheists) will have no helpers.

    EXPLANATION

    Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem (In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most
    Merciful)
    The author starts his book with Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem as it is in the Qur’aan
    and as the Messenger of Allah used to do when he wrote letters. It is preferred to
    start with it whenever writing a letter, as found in Saheeh Al-Bukhaaree, regarding
    the letter the Messenger wrote to Heraqil
    . Imam An Nawawi said:
    “In this hadeeth [when the Messenger wrote to Heraqil], there is proof that it is
    preferred to start the letter with Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem even if the letter's
    recipient is a non-Muslim.”
    Know that the Nullifiers of Islam are ten.
    The author now brings up the verb ‘know’ as an imperative, attracting the
    attention of the reader so he will understands the importance of learning these
    nullifiers and avoids falling into them. The Nullifiers of Islam are the actions that ruin
    one’s faith and lead to a lost of good deeds and a final abode in the Hell-fire. The
    Nullifiers of Islam could be less or more than ten. Some scholars have counted the
    Nullifiers of Islam to be ninety and others up to four hundred, but the theme is based on
    the following ten.
    The First Nullifier: Setting Up Partners in the Worship of Allah, the Most High.
    Allah, the Most High, says: “Verily, Allah does not forgive that partners be set up
    with Him (in worship), but He forgives whatever is less than that, to whomever He
    wills. And whoever sets up partners with Allah, he has indeed invented a
    tremendous sin.” And He, the Most High, says: “…Verily, whoever sets up partners
    with Allah (in worship), then Allah has forbidden paradise to him, and his final abode will be the Fire. And the Zaalimoon (wrongdoers, polytheists) will have no
    helpers.” From this (shirk) is offering a sacrifice (Dhabh) for other than Allah ,
    like the one who sacrifices to the Jinn or to (the one in) the grave.
    The author starts the nullifiers with shirk (polytheism) for two reasons. Firstly,
    because many people are falling into this great sin. Allah says: Verily, Allah does not forgive that partners be set up with Him (in worship), but
    He forgives whatever is less than that, to whomever He wills.”
    The Messenger of Allah , also defined shirk (polytheism) to be the greatest sin
    made by man. Abdullah Bin Mas’aud narrated:
    “I asked the Messenger of Allah , 'Which sin is the gravest in the eye of Allah
    ?' He replied: ‘that you associate a partner with Allah [despite the fact]
    that He has created you.' He (the reporter) said, ‘I told him [the Prophet ],
    'Verily it is indeed grave.' He (the reporter) said, 'I asked him what the next
    (gravest sin) was.' He [the Prophet ] replied, 'That you kill your child out of fear
    that he shall join you in food.' He (the reporter) said, 'I asked (him) what the next
    (gravest sin) was.' He [the Prophet ] said, 'Then (the next gravest sin) is
    that you commit adultery with the wife of your neighbour’”.
    Abdur-Rahman Bin Abu Bakra narrated that his father said:
    “We were in the company of the Messenger of Allah and he said: ‘Should I
    not inform you about the most grievous of the grave sins?' The Prophet
    repeated it three times and then said, 'Associating anyone with Allah ,
    disobedience to parents, false testimony or false utterance.' The Prophet was reclining, then he sat up and he repeated it so many times that we wished that he
    should become silent”.

    Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:
    “Avoid the seven obnoxious things." It was said (by the hearers), "What are they,
    Messenger of Allah ?" He (the Prophet ) replied; "Associating anything with
    Allah , magic, killing of one whom Allah has declared inviolate without
    a just cause, consuming the property of an orphan, and consuming of usury,
    turning back when the army advances, and slandering chaste women who are
    believers, but unwary”.
    Shirk (polytheism) is defined as “holding false gods as equals with Allah in His
    Attributes (Characteristics)”. Or one could say shirk (polytheism) is “devoting or
    awarding any act of worship to others than Allah "..
    Falling into shirk (polytheism) can be practiced in many ways. Abdullah Bin Mas’aud
    (S) narrated, the Messenger of Allah said:
    “Shirk (polytheism) is of seventy-some types”.
    This hadeeth means that falling into shirk (polytheism) could happen in many ways
    and not only by practicing one violation of Tawheed (monotheism), as many people
    mistakenly believe. Shirk could be practiced by associating others with Allah in His
    Ulooheeyah (the duties of the creation to the Creator. i.e. to supplicate Him, praying to
    Him, etc), Ruboobeeyah (the duties of the Creator to the creation i.e. to create them, give
    them provision, etc) or Names and Attributes.
    Associating others with Allah in His Ulooheeyah is by praying to others,
    supplicating to them, prostrating before them, slaughtering in their name, seeking their
    help in things which only Allah can do, calling on them in their absence or
    devoting any type of worship to others than Allah .Associating others with Allah
    in His Ruboobeeyah is by ascribing to any of the creation management or
    control of the universe to others. For example: believing that someone or something can
    create or resurrect as only can Allah .Or believing that someone or something can
    bring down the rain. Associating others with Allah in His Names is by calling
    someone by any of the Names of Allah , such as naming someone Allah, Ar-Rahman
    or Al-Khaliq (The Creator). Associating others with Allah in His Attributes is to
    equate the creation with The Creator in His Attributes, such as believing that a certain
    person knows the future.





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    Re: 10 nullifiers of Islam by Muhammad Bin Abdul Wahhab

    TYPES OF SHIRK
    •MAJOR SHIRK







    There are two types of shirk (polytheism). Major shirk (As-shirk Al-Akbar) and Minor
    shirk (As-shirk Al-Asgar). Some scholars add a third kind, which is the Unseen Shirk
    (As-shirk Al-Khafy), but it is actually included in within the second type:
    A: Major shirk
    Major shirk consists of many types, but all fall under the following four major types:
    1. Shirk of Love (Shirk Al-Mahabah): This type means to love a creation as you love Allah , or even more so. Allah says in the Qur’aan: “And of mankind are some who take [for worship] others besides Allah as rivals (to Allah). They love them as they love Allah. But those who believe, love Allah more (than anything else)”.
    Shaykh Al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah said:
    “Whosoever loves a creation equal to his love to Allah , he is a Mushrik
    (polytheist); and there must be a difference between loving for the sake of Allah
    and loving with Allah ”.
    Many people who claim to be Muslim have fallen into this type of shirk
    (polytheism) by loving their leaders, or awleeya (plural of walee, [a pious Muslim]),
    as they love Allah , or even more so. When you ask one of them to take a false oath
    by Allah [swearing in Allah while lying] they will. But when you request from
    them to take a false oath by their walee, they refuse. This is Shirk (polytheism) of Love.
    Ibn Al-Qayyim said :
    “A part of Shirk (polytheism) of Love; is loving a creation equal to loving
    Allah . This is a part of shirk (polytheism) of which Allah will not forgive (if
    someone dies on it). It is the type of shirk (polytheism) of which Allah says: 'And of mankind are some who take (for worship) others besides Allah as rivals (to
    Allah). They love them as they love Allah. But those who believe love Allah more
    (than anything else)'.

    Those involved in this shirk (polytheism) will say to their gods when they are in the
    Hell-fire as stated in the Qur'aan: By Allah, we were truly in a manifest error when we held you (false gods) as equals
    (in worship) with the Lord of the Alamin (mankind, jinn, and all that exists)'.
    It is obvious that they did not equate them to Allah in creation, death,
    resurrection, kingdom and capability, but they equated them to Allah in
    love, lordship, obedience and servility”.

    There are four different types of love: Firstly, loving for the sake of Allah and loving
    what Allah and His Messenger love. This is how a Muslim should be.
    Ibn Al-Qayyim said about this type of love:
    “There are four types of love where one must differentiate between them and
    there were some people who have been misguided because they were unable to
    differentiate between them. They are:
    A. Loving Allah only, which is not enough for surviving Allah’s
    punishment and winning His reward. Indeed, Al-Mushrikeen (polytheists),
    the worshippers of the cross, the Jews and others love Allah .
    B. Loving what Allah loves. This leads him to enter Islam and depart kufr
    (infidelity). The most beloved ones by Allah are those with much of this
    type of love.
    C. Loving for the sake of Allah and loving for Him. This is a requirement of
    loving what Allah loves. And loving what Allah loves will not be
    complete except loving in Him and for Him.
    D. Loving with Allah , which is the Shirk (polytheism) of Love. Everyone
    who loves something with the love of Allah, not for the sake of Allah ,
    neither for Him nor in Him, then he has associated a partner with Him.
    This is the love of Al-Mushrikeen (the polytheists).”
    Secondly, loving lawful things, such as food, clothes or drinks. This is normal
    love. Thirdly, sympathetic loving, such as loving your children or wife. This is
    normal love. Fourthly, loving others equal or more than the love of Allah .
    This is major shirk (polytheism).
    2. Shirk of Supplication (Shirk Ad-Du’aa): Allah says in the Qur’aan: “And when they embark on a ship they invoke Allah, making their Faith pure
    for Him only. But when He brings them safely to land, behold they give a
    share of their worship to others”.
    And He says: And when harm touches you upon the sea, those that you call upon vanish from you except Him (Allah Alone). But when He brings you safely to land, you turn
    away (from Him). And man is ever ungrateful”.
    Ibn Katheer says in his book of tafseer (explanation of the Qur'aan) in regards to this
    verse: “Ikrimah Bin Abi Jahl fled from Allah’s Messenger at the time, when Makkah
    was conquered. He rode over the (Red) Sea to cross over to Ethiopia, but (as they
    proceeded) a heavy storm wind overtook their boat, and huge waves came to them
    from all sides, and they thought that they were encircled therein. The people of
    the boat said to one another, ‘None can save you except Allah . So invoke Him(Alone) to deliver you safely.' Ikrimah said to himself, 'By Allah if none can
    benefit in the sea except Allah , then no doubt none can benefit over the land
    except Allah . O Allah , I promise You that if You delivered me safe from
    this, I will go and put my hands in the hands of Prophet Muhammad , and
    surely I will find him full of pity, kindness and mercy.' So, they were delivered
    safely (by Allah) and returned to their seashore and came out of the sea. Ikrimah
    then proceeded to Allah’s Messenger and embraced Islam and became a perfect
    Muslim.”
    So, invoking others than Allah is major shirk. Ad-Du’aa (supplication) is an act of
    worship and devoting an act of worship to other than Allah is shirk (polytheism). The
    Messenger of Allah said:
    “Ad-Du’aa (supplication) is the worship”.
    3. Shirk of Intentions and Will (Shirk An-Niah wa Al-Ea’radah): Allah says in
    the Qur’aan: “Whosoever desires the life of the world and its glitter, to them We shall pay in full (the wages of) their deeds therein, and they will have no diminution therein. They
    are those for whom there is nothing in the Hereafter but Fire, and vain are deeds
    they did therein. And of no effect is that which they used to do”.
    Ibn Al-Qayyim said:
    “As for Shirk (polytheism) of Intentions and Wills, it’s the sea without a shore
    and few are among people who survive it. Whosoever intends for his deeds to be
    for other than Allah and intends other than worshipping Him and seeking His
    reward, thereby he has fallen into shirk (polytheism) in his intention and will”.

    Rendering Shirk (polytheism) of Intention to be a major shirk (polytheism) is subject
    to one whose all of his good deeds (acts of worship) are intended for others than Allah
    . Whereas having Riyyaa (showing off) occasionally in his deeds is considered
    as minor shirk
    4. Shirk of Obedience (Shirk At-Ta’ah), which is obeying others in disobeying Allah
    . In other words, when someone tells you to prostrate to other than Allah , you
    obey him and disobey Allah , as Allah forbids prostrating to others than Him. Or
    we could say if someone legalizes the actions made illegal by Allah , or forbids what
    Allah has legalized, then that is considered Shirk (polytheism) of Obedience. Allah
    says in the Qur’aan:
    They (Jews and Christians) took their rabbis and their monks to be their
    lords besides Allah (by obeying them in things which they made lawful or unlawful
    according to their own desires without being ordered by Allah). And (they also
    took as their Lord) Messiah, son of Maryam (Mary), while they (Jews and
    Christians) were commanded (in their books) to worship none but One Ilah (God
    – Allah). La ilaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He). Praise
    and glory is to Him (far above is He) from having the partners they associate (with
    Him)”.20
    Adi Bin Hatim narrated:
    “I heard the Prophet read this verse [9:31]. So, I said to him, ‘Verily, we did not
    worship them’. The Messenger of Allah replied : ’Did they not make illegal
    what Allah made legal so you then made it illegal? And [did they not]
    make legal what Allah made illegal and you therefore made it legal?’ I
    said ‘Yes’. The Messenger said, ‘That is worshipping them’”


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