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SirZubair
11-19-2006, 10:28 AM
Asalam Alaikum.

Before we start... i want to make one thing clear.

I DO NOT want this thread to turn into a SUFI VS SALAFI warzone, ok?

So if anyone wishs to have a battle, start another thread.

And also, i don't want anyone to post any links to any Extreme SUFI or Extreme SALAF ( Such as Alla####kbar.net ) in this thread.

Alrite, with that off my chest, lets get back to the topic..

..Just today, i was crusing through another forum and i read something which made me wonder "...Hmmm.... Maybe i/we were wrong all along,.. maybe it is just the saudi government...

Anyway, i'll let you all read it for yourselves, Feel free to post your opinions.


Brother in all honesty (according to my opinion as only Allah knows all facts) - i dont beleive this is so. I used to think the same as you but then the great Mufti of Makkah Sayyid bin Abbas al Maliki al Makki (rahimahu Allah) i saw him put (ra) after the words of Mohammad ibn Abdul Wahab(ra) and say good things about it. I was then confused and it seems to me on more investigation.

The despicable saudi regime and ulema have NOTHING TO DO with the original teachings of Mohammad bin abdul Wahab(rahumahu Allah). If he was here now he would be on earth and they would be on Pluto. Read some of his works, from siding with the kuffar (he disallowed this) - to his praise of Sufism (and his son also, i beleive he was only against the extreme rafidite sufism of Shia Iran,this is bolsstered by the fact that he spent years in Isfahan/Iran - so it must be true), and also the works of the 4 madhabs. Mohammad ibn Abdul Wahab(ra) followed Hanbali fiqh AND REQUIRED HIS SUBJECTS TO DO SO.
man that is complete opposite of current saudi doctrine, which proves my point that they have nothing to do with him.

See i told you, complex subject - and Allah knows best.


Please, whatever you post, post it only if you know that it is a fact. Otherwise, please, try not to post any rubbish smile.gif I want opinions which are based on Facts..

Wasalaam

-Zubair
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Malaikah
11-19-2006, 11:02 AM
:sl:

Hey man even I knew all that, and thats saying something cos I dont really now much on these issues lol....
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Malaikah
11-19-2006, 11:29 AM
:sl:

You probably should have just not mentioned sufis in your post lol they werent relevant anyway.
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Hijrah
11-19-2006, 11:31 AM
Originally Posted by SirZubair


Hijrah, could you PLEASE edit your post? Please respect my request and stay on topic.

I see double standards in what you say, and what i've quoted above.. but we will not be discussing that in public. It is against the forum rules to discuss sects. If you wish to have a discussion, please PM me your email address and we can do this via Email or msn, insha'allah.

He isn't the only one that is Confused. a mod has issued me a ' infraction notice : Reason: talking about sects again'.

Can somebody please point out where i went wrong?

Did i not make it very clear at the very beginning that this is not a SECT RELATED THREAD?

And people say i need to 'cool down'.. with this type of irrational warnings being dished out Left right and centre,.. yeah,... i'll 'cool down' alrite.. :playing: :playing:
Actually the post does explain to you what it is, it does mention soofis but it also answers your question

but ok here is something else

http://www.the*******myth.com/
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SirZubair
11-19-2006, 11:34 AM
Originally Posted by cheese
:sl:

You probably should have just not mentioned sufis in your post lol they werent relevant anyway.

Why not? :uhwhat Is 'sufi' a taboo word? since when?

I simply QUOTED a SALAFI from a SALAFI forum. :)

And yes, Sufism is relevant, what the Salafi bloke from the other forum goes against what i've heard the Majority of Salafis say.

So i am simply asking PEOPLE OF KNOWLEDGE to please help me clear out any misconceptions that i may have.

It is better to ask a question (even though it will mean that you are issued with 20% warning (UNFAIRLY)) than be ignorant for the rest of your life, right?
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Malaikah
11-19-2006, 11:39 AM
:sl:

have you ever seen the thread on ******s (<-- thats the W word.. it got censored for some reason:?) in the sects n divisions section? might help inshaallah:
http://www.islamicboard.com/sects-di...lafi-path.html
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SirZubair
11-19-2006, 11:45 AM
Originally Posted by Hijrah
Actually the post does explain to you what it is, it does mention soofis but it also answers your question

but ok here is something else

http://www.the*******myth.com/
Hijrah, ONCE AGAIN, i will nicely ask you to PLEASE Edit your previous post.


...So there seems to be some confusion about these names... if it is the case that some Soofees are saying that they are the Sunnees while they are actually Soofees, then this is a big form of deception that must be warned against.

And this is the case with many of the deviant groups of today. They try to make a distinction between Salafiyyah and Ahlus-Sunnah, saying that Salafiyyah is a new sect or math-hab different from Ahlus-Sunnah. In reality, they are one in the same as the shaykh explains. This confusion comes from many different groups, like the Tableeghees, the Naqshabaandees, and other Soofee groups. While they claim that they are Ahlus-Sunnah, they are actually people of innovation far from the Sunnah.
If i was in your shoes, i would have been banned by now. :playing: This is a SECT-FREE Thread.

By the way, Sufi's ARE Sunnis.

I am not waiting around and holding my breathe while www.bakkah.net decide on wether they agree with me or not. I couldn't care less for their opinion.

So once again, Please edit your post. It is NOT relevent to this thread.

I am seeking Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahab's views on the matter. Not YOURs or Bakkah.net's view.

Barakallah feek.

-Zubair
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Hijrah
11-19-2006, 12:09 PM
Originally Posted by SirZubair


Wait a second, what i've quoted in my first post CLASHeS with what you've just said.

In my First post, it is mentioned that he (Abdul Wahab) praised Sufis/Sufism.

And ONCE again, i am seeking Abdul Wahabs views.

How many more times do i have to point that out? :hiding:



Some of them?? SOME?? :offended:

Akhi, THEY will answer to ALLAH (swt) for their AQEEDAH, as YOU will answer to ALLAH (swt) For your Aqeedah.

Heck, if i wanted to, i could W@H@bI Bash all day, but i am trying to remove the misconceptions that i have. I am being open minded, i can't say the same for you though.

MAYBE,.. just maybe you should consider researching what you talk about, rather than listening to someone and simply accepting their views?

PLEASE, do not go off topic again.

Wa'salaam
:sl:

Yes, you are right, everyone will answer to Allah for their Aqeedah, but realize that some of the groups you mentioned deviated so bad, it would be considered kufr, obviously Allah knows best concerning how they will end up, As far as Abdul Wahhab, if you would at least check out that W@hhabi myth site you would know that W@hh@bi isn't the correct term either, and Abdul W@hh@b isn't exactly relevant to Salafism as a whole either...

but I found this for you either way despite your ignorance:

*******sm, on the other hand, is an Islamic movement that was named after Imam Muhammad Ibn `Abdul-Wahhab of the 19th century. Imam Ibn `Abdul-Wahhab led a reform movement in Arabia in order to retain the pure and original form of Islam and to purify it from all the innovations that the Sufis of Arabia were committing at that time. Imam `Abdul-Wahhab followed the Hanbali school of thought (madhhab), especially the opinions of Imam Ibn Taymiyah. The ******* movement (now generally called the Salafi movement) did contribute to Islam by removing a lot of mischief from the land of Arabia and, eventually, uniting it under the House of Saud, who were students of Imam Ibn `Abdul-Wahhab.

Some people mean by *******sm/Salafism, extremism and roughness in dealing with people. But this is not necessarily true. Many Salafis are very pious and kind, while other Salafis are extreme and rough.

*******s prefer to take the most cautious opinions about banning any shape or form of worship that was not literally attributed to the Prophet (peace be upon him). For example, when Sufis sit in circles and mention the name of Allah as a group or read the Qur’an as a group, *******s judge that these acts are sinful. These kinds of issues are actually areas of difference in opinions among scholars, and Muslims ought to tolerate each other when it comes to these issues.

Finally, let us judge the actions and not the labels and names.

Hope this is helpful. Thank you and please keep in touch.

Wa-salamu `alaykum.


http://www.islamonline.net/servlet/S...AskAboutIslamE

http://www.islamonline.net/servlet/S...=1119503544184
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SirZubair
11-19-2006, 12:23 PM
Originally Posted by Hijrah
but I found this for you either way despite your ignorance:

Barakallah feek.


Originally Posted by Hijrah
*******sm, on the other hand, is an Islamic movement that was named after Imam Muhammad Ibn `Abdul-Wahhab of the 19th century. Imam Ibn `Abdul-Wahhab led a reform movement in Arabia in order to retain the pure and original form of Islam and to purify it from all the innovations that the Sufis of Arabia were committing at that time. Imam `Abdul-Wahhab followed the Hanbali school of thought (madhhab), especially the opinions of Imam Ibn Taymiyah. The ******* movement (now generally called the Salafi movement) did contribute to Islam by removing a lot of mischief from the land of Arabia and, eventually, uniting it under the House of Saud, who were students of Imam Ibn `Abdul-Wahhab.
So in other words, what i have posted in my Original post is not correct?

So a) the Salafi Brother who i have quoted has Lied to me, OR alot of salafis are Ignorant of the truth.

Which is it?


Originally Posted by Hijrah
What sanity?
By the time i am through with you, i will be asking myself the same question.

*Sigh* Allah swt, have mercy on me, save me from this mind boggling Rhode Islander :giggling: ;D
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Hijrah
11-19-2006, 12:33 PM
Originally Posted by SirZubair

Barakallah feek.




So in other words, what i have posted in my Original post is not correct?

So a) the Salafi Brother who i have quoted has Lied to me, OR alot of salafis are Ignorant of the truth.

Which is it?




By the time i am through with you, i will be asking myself the same question.

*Sigh* Allah swt, have mercy on me, save me from this mind boggling Rhode Islander :giggling: ;D
Ehhh...go herd some sheep New Zealander, but anyway I gave you that site as far as whatever that person told you, most scholars, Ibn Taymiyyah and Ibn Katheer etc. have condemned sufism, that's what you have to realize, Sufi wasn't even a word known until much later in Islamic history, what you have to realize is that Salafi's abide by what the Prophet said, the way of him , his companions, their successors (Tabi'in) and the generation after that (salaf)

:sl:

lol, you're thru with me, still on the sanity thing, huh? Just after you thanked me for that article?

As far as sufism, I know sites like allaahuakbar.net are harsh, but you cal look at a more moderate view on it over here:

http://islamtoday.com/show_quest_sec...sub_cat_id=157

islamonline has some very good articles on it as well. Check it Out!
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SirZubair
11-19-2006, 12:47 PM
Originally Posted by Hijrah
Ehhh...go herd some sheep New Zealander
I hope you didn't take it to heart Akhi, i was just joking :)

Originally Posted by Hijrah
but anyway I gave you that site as far as whatever that person told you, most scholars, Ibn Taymiyyah and Ibn Katheer etc. have condemned sufism,
I know about Ibn Taymiyyahs views on Sufism, could you provide me with more info on Ibn Katheers views on Sufism?


that's what you have to realize, Sufi wasn't even a word known until much later in Islamic history
,

It was known as Tassawuf.

what you have to realize is that Salafi's abide by what the Prophet said, the way of him , his companions, their successors (Tabi'in) and the generation after that (salaf)
I know the views of the SALAFIS, i am seeking the views of Abdul Wahab :)

As far as sufism, I know sites like allaahuakbar.net are harsh
I Dislike Allahuakbar.net not because they are harsh, but because they are Self righteous. They have condemned Half of the Ummah to hell just so they can wake up in the morning and feel all high and mighty because they feel as if they are the 'saved sect'.

Now please, stay on topic. I don't want to recieve a warning.

Someone please provide me with the answers that i am seeking, no more side tracking
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Hijrah
11-19-2006, 12:57 PM
Originally Posted by SirZubair


I hope you didn't take it to heart Akhi, i was just joking :)



I know about Ibn Taymiyyahs views on Sufism, could you provide me with more info on Ibn Katheers views on Sufism?


,

It was known as Tassawuf.



I know the views of the SALAFIS, i am seeking the views of Abdul Wahab :)



I Dislike Allahuakbar.net not because they are harsh, but because they are Self righteous. They have condemned Half of the Ummah to hell just so they can wake up in the morning and feel all high and mighty because they feel as if they are the 'saved sect'.

Now please, stay on topic. I don't want to recieve a warning.

Someone please provide me with the answers that i am seeking, no more side tracking
Are u a soofi brother? As far as what Ibn Kathir said, I'm not sure where I read it and I apologize if I offended u in anyway either

:sl:
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chacha_jalebi
11-19-2006, 01:02 PM
lol @ zubair bro :p

whenever Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab names is mentioned, its either followed by a deviant :p or a great sheikh and opposer of bidah :D

now wot someone has to analyse is what is considered bidah in his eyes, correct moi if im wrong, didnt wahhab play a large role in makin the graves of jannah tul baqi flattened? because people used to go there and do shirk? and he played some sort of part in makin the graves get flattened?

also lol people shouldnt use the term ******* as in surah al hujuraat we are told not to use nicknames, :p and wahhab is 1 of the 99 names of Allah (swt) so to like make a nickname out of it is baaaaad :p :D:D

and and and lol if someone has knowlegde and is considered a scholar by other scholars, then we should respect them :D:D:D as it says in surah al zumar

"Are those who know equal to those who know not?'''
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Hijrah
11-19-2006, 01:08 PM
Here is some more on tasawwuf though...

http://islamlife.com/news.php?readmore=121

http://www.islamonline.net/servlet/S...AskAboutIslamE
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Muhammad
11-19-2006, 04:14 PM
:sl:

It is probably best to close this thread at the earliest opportunity to prevent any sectarian debate arising as we have just seen.

Regarding the information that you found, I don't know if it is completely true, and I also don't know why the saudi government is seen as representing the teachings of Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahhab, when all of us probably agree that no government today is 100% Islamic and that the person we are speaking of was a very noble scholar of Islam.

Anyway, brother Kadafi provided a link some time ago for a detailed look at the life of Ibn Abdul-Wahhaab, which is an eBook by Jamal ad-Din Zarabozo available here:

http://www.islamhouse.com/en/books/pdf/en3957.pdf

Read some of his works, from siding with the kuffar (he disallowed this) - to his praise of Sufism (and his son also, i beleive he was only against the extreme rafidite sufism of Shia Iran,this is bolsstered by the fact that he spent years in Isfahan/Iran - so it must be true), and also the works of the 4 madhabs. Mohammad ibn Abdul Wahab(ra) followed Hanbali fiqh AND REQUIRED HIS SUBJECTS TO DO SO.
I tried to verify if the above was mentioned in the biography, but so far I have only found the following information:

Before discussing Huraimilaa, it is important to note that the most trustworthy and relied upon works concerning Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhaab state that he only traveled to Hijaz, Basra, al-Zubair and al-Ahsaa (all shown in Figure 1).There are a number of other less reliable worksthat state that ibn Abdul-Wahhaab ventured to a number of other areas. For example, the European traveler Niebuhr stated that ibn Abdul-Wahhaab traveled to Baghdad and Persia. Al-Shashtari said that he also went to Isfahan.

The unidentified author of Lam’ al-Shihaab fi Seerah Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhaab (“The Brilliance of the Meteor in the Life of Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhaab”) states that ibn Abdul-Wahhaab also traveled to Baghdad (wherein he married a rich woman who later died and left him a good fortune), Kurdistan, Hamadhan, Isfahan, Rayy, Qum, Aleppo, Damascus, Jerusalem and Egypt, returning via the Suez through Yanbu, Madinah and Makkah. It also states that he studied Aristotelian philosophy and Sufism in Isfahan and that he was also proficient in Turkish and possibly Farsi. He later went to Qom where he became a follower of the Hanbali school. Furthermore, it states that he did not begin his travels until he was thirty-seven years old. That work also claims that Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhaab changed his name many times during those travels (being Abdullah in Basra, Ahmad in Baghdad and so forth).1
1 Cf., Al-Uthaimeen, Al-Shaikh Muhammad, p. 37. A refutation in English of these claims may be found in Vassiliev, pp. 65-66.
This is on Pg. 26-27 of that link, and the author explains the problem with the work from the unidentified author in the footnotes.


:w:
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SirZubair
11-19-2006, 04:49 PM
Originally Posted by Hijrah
Are u a soofi brother? As far as what Ibn Kathir said, I'm not sure where I read it and I apologize if I offended u in anyway either

:sl:
No, no i am not a Sufi.

Originally Posted by Hijrah
Akhi, i can post LINK after LINK after LINK defending Sufism. But i am not doing that for a reason.

Because this is a, as made clear at the beginning, Sufi/Salafi-bashing Free Zone.

Akhi, PLEASE, stop posting Off Topic Links.

And please, edit the post(s) i've asked you to edit over and over.

Wa'salaam

-Zubair
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SirZubair
11-19-2006, 05:36 PM
Another brother (On another forum) has been more help then THIS entire thread put together...

Now regarding Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab's stance on tasawwuf (sufism). Its funny you know because salafis condemn sufism while Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab praised it. He said "Know -- may Allah guide you -- that Allah Almighty has sent Muhammad, blessings and peace upon him, with right guidance, consisting in beneficial knowledge, and with true religion consisting in righteous action. The adherents of religion are as follows: among them are those who concern themselves with learning and fiqh, and discourse about it, such as the jurists; and among them are those who concern themselves with worship and the pursuit of the Hereafter, such as the Sufis. Allah has sent His Prophet with this religion which encompasses both kinds, that is: fiqh and tasawwuf." This is from page 31 of the Fatawa wa rasa'il published by Ibn Sa`ud University.
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Far7an
11-19-2006, 05:44 PM
Maybe he did praise tasawwuf, but what type of tasawwuf did he praise? You do know that there are different types of tasawwuf? Some which they regard permissible, others which they don't.
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SirZubair
11-19-2006, 05:52 PM
Originally Posted by Far7an
Maybe he did praise tasawwuf, but what type of tasawwuf did he praise? You do know that there are different types of tasawwuf? Some which they regard permissible, others which they don't.
Care to give me some examples, Banta Claus? ;)
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IbnAbdulHakim
11-19-2006, 06:07 PM
:salamext:

So ibn Abdul Wahab followed the hanbali madhab and never sided with the apostate rulers?

Alhamdulillaah.

:wasalamex
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IbnAbdulHakim
11-19-2006, 06:09 PM
:salamext:

tasawwuf is one headache subject, best left for another thread, or better yet MSN, speakin of which.. zubair :p

:wasalamex
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Hijrah
11-19-2006, 06:34 PM
Originally Posted by SirZubair
Another brother (On another forum) has been more help then THIS entire thread put together...
I think you should read the 2nd link I gave on tasawwuf, Ibn Taimiyyah explains how it was practiced amongst the Sahabah but it eventually evolved into what is today-a deviation of the Sunnah.

May I ask you why u are so offended if you are not a sufi?
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Far7an
11-19-2006, 07:05 PM
Originally Posted by SirZubair
Care to give me some examples, Banta Claus? ;)
Sure, this post by brother Abuz Zubair from IslamicAwakening explains it better than I would.

Tasawwuf is a very general term and to this day remains undefined which has caused a lot of confusion. Due to its generality and vagueness the term has been outright rejected by the Salafis, and precisely due to its generality and vagueness, the Sufis are able to argue for its legitimacy.

[snip]

There also arose a different strand in Tasawwuf which was very philosophical in its approach. This tasawwuf was represented by people like al-Hallaj and Ibn ‘Arabi who philosophised tawassuf incorporating therein pantheism, the belief that the entire existence in reality is one existence, and that is the reality of Tawhid. It is this type of Tasawwuf which became widespread by the time of Ibn Taymiyya. Hence, not only Ibn Taymiyya but many other scholars from the four schools geared their efforts against this philosophical tasawwuf.

[snip]


Sh Muhammad b. ‘Abd al-Wahhab himself, along with his followers weren’t against tasawwuf as such. What they were against was the philosophical tasawwuf spearheaded by Ibn ‘Arabi and Ibn Farid.

The point is, since we know that tasawwuf is undefined, the modern day Sufis cannot use this term to legitimise their version of tasawwuf, which is firmly rooted in Shirk and bid’a of the very early pagans of Quraysh.

[snip]
It was a long post, I pasted the relevant parts.
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Skillganon
11-19-2006, 11:54 PM
Can anyone find me the word "Sufi" from the prophet lips or any of the companions?
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Hijrah
11-20-2006, 12:42 AM
Originally Posted by Skillganon
Can anyone find me the word "Sufi" from the prophet lips or any of the companions?
or perhaps tasawwuf?
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SirZubair
11-20-2006, 05:10 AM
Originally Posted by tasmiyah_B
I fInk ZuBz (SirZubair) iS A sUfI

No i am not.


Originally Posted by tasmiyah_B
wHoSe bAnTa cLaUs,
Banta Claus knows who he is ;D Sorry, i am not allowed to point it out.. :okay:

Originally Posted by IbnAbdulHakim
:salamext:

tasawwuf is one headache subject, best left for another thread, or better yet MSN, speakin of which.. zubair :p

:wasalamex
Insha'allah you'll see me on there one of these days :shade: I try not to use Msn too often. Far too many people want to talk to me :-\

Originally Posted by Hijrah
I think you should read the 2nd link I gave on tasawwuf, Ibn Taimiyyah explains how it was practiced amongst the Sahabah but it eventually evolved into what is today-a deviation of the Sunnah.
Akhi, could you post the Link again? The link you posted doesn't seem to work. Either that, or i am looking at the wrong link.

As for how it is practised these days, you can't say All sufis deviate. Ofcourse, there are some that do.

islam doesn't believe in collective guilt.

I could always say "All salafis are extremists who love blowing up buildings" but ofcourse i won't say that, simply because i don't think it is fair on the Majority.


Originally Posted by Hijrah
May I ask you why u are so offended if you are not a sufi?
Even if you called a Shia a non-muslim, i would find that offensive.

Like i said, their aqeedah lies with Allah (swt), none of us has the rights to say who is a Muslim and who Isn't.



Originally Posted by Far7an
Sure, this post by brother Abuz Zubair from IslamicAwakening explains it better than I would.

It was a long post, I pasted the relevant parts.
Akhi, could you possibly provide me with a Source? PM me. Barak allah feek.

Anyway, People, please, stop going off topic. I was seeking Abdul Wahab's view, not your views on Sufism. If i was seeking your views, i would have said so in my original post.

Muhammed, you are right, you might as well Shut this thread. It won't be going anywhere anytime soon.

Kheir, it was worth a go i suppose.

Wa'salaam

-Zubair
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cool_jannah
11-20-2006, 05:56 AM
:sl:

SubhanAllah the matters we are discussing are extreemely sensitive. They require deep insight and knowledge of the matters of Aqeedah and Fiqh. As far as what I have heard about Imam Abdul Wahhab, he was one of the great reformers who brought people back to Tauheed and the proper Sunnah of RasoolAllah, Sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam. He was a student of the Hambali fiqh Alhamdulillah and just like any other scholar would do, he spoke against the deviated Sufis of that time. The term "Sufism" is one of the most misunderstood terms today. The true Sufis were always on the straight path of the Sunnah of RasoolAllah,Sallallahu 'Alayhi wa sallam. These were the people who were really close to the Sharia', the Sunnah and hence to Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'la. So we should never speak ill of them. Although we find a lot of messed up stuff against the Sunnah and Sharia' being practiced by "Sufis", it does not give us the right to generalize them and accuse them of something that they never did.
Much of this misunderstanding is also due to lack of knowledge about what is Bida'a and what is not. Bida'a does not necessarily mean something that did not exist at the time of the Prophet Sallallahu 'Alayhi wa Sallam and is being practiced today. Scholars have written hundreds and thousands of ooks just defining what is Bida'a and what is not. Infact there are so many matters that have a very thin line between what is Bida'a and what is permissible.
So it is extreemely important to understand that it is not that easy to define what is Bida'a in one sentence.
As Allah says in the Qur'an “then ask those who possess the Message (Ahl adh-Dhikr) if you do not know.” (Soorah 21:7 and 16:43)

For example -Sheikh Ibn Taymiyyah (Rahimaullah) in his book of Fatawa writes that - If a person is sick, then write the verses of the Qur'an or Du'aa on a plate and pour water into into it and the drink that water for Shif'a.
According to the definition that some people give - It should be the biggest Bid'a ever. SubhanAllah but is not a Bida'a. The words of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'laa are used for Shifa'a . The Prophet Sallallahu 'Alayhi wa sallam used to read Qur'an and blow on kids for Shifa'a through the Qur'an. Sheikh Ibn Taymiyyah was also a student of the Hambali school. Alhamdulillah.
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