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Topic: For Truth Seekers Only
Posted By: Abu Mujahid
Subject: For Truth Seekers Only
Date Posted: 11 June 2007 at 1:44pm

For those who are seeking the true nature of Sh. Muhammad Ibnu Abdulwahab, this is his creed. Exactly as real ahlu sunnah walijmah stand for today. You will surprise the bravery of Sheikh and his effort to keep the aqeedah clean and strong. He stood like a mountain amid Childish Dahlan's and Khowthari's of his time. He proof that this aqeedah is the creed of Prophet pbuh and sahaba and Tabi'in. They rejected many of it and lied about him. But they failed to challenge him from Quran and sunnah. So they refuge personal smearing and empty lies. Kitabu Towhid is considered one of the best written in Aqeedah. Despite that he has shortcoming like any other human being but he marvelled this subject. May Allah forgive him.  That is why all khurafis up to day can't challenge this book but to qoute unsubstantiated lies and personal smearing.

 

 

 

Kitaab At-Tawheed

Shaikh Imam Muhammad Abdul-Wahhaab

"The Book of Tawheed"
Translated by Sameh Strauch

Published by International Islamic Publishing House
Unlike most other materials on this web site: http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/Copyright.htm - All Rights Reserved

Note: The original http://arabic.islamicweb.com/Sunni/tawheed.htm - Arabic version has 66 chapters. However, you can http://www.audioislam.com/ - listen to them from in English. See also: [ http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/wahhab.htm - The relationship between Mohammed bin Abdul-Wabhab and Ibn Taymiyah ]

http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-00.htm - Foreword & On Tawheed

  1. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-01.htm - Whoever fulfilled the requirements of Tawheed...
  2. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-02.htm - Fear of Shirk
  3. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-03.htm - The call to testify that none is worthy of worship...
  4. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-04.htm - Explanation of the Meaning of Tawheed and...
  5. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-05.htm - It is an act of shirk to wear rings...
  6. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-06.htm - What has been said about use of...
  7. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-07.htm - Whoever seeks blessings from a tree...
  8. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-08.htm - What is said Concerning slaughter...
  9. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-09.htm - Slaughtering in the Name of Allah...
  10. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-10.htm - A vow to another besides Allah is shirk
  11. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-11.htm - Seeking refuge in other than Allah is shirk
  12. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-12.htm - It is shirk to seek aid from other than Allah
  13. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-13.htm - Concerning Allah's Words:
  14. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-14.htm - The Words of Allah Most High
  15. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-15.htm - Intercession
  16. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-16.htm - The Words of Allah, Most High
  17. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-17.htm - What has been said concerning the reason...
  18. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-18.htm - What has been said concerning...
  19. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-19.htm - What has been said about Exaggeration...
  20. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-20.htm - What has been said concerning the Prophet's...
  21. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-21.htm - Those of this Ummah who worship idols
  22. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-22.htm - Concerning Sorcery
  23. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-23.htm - Clarification of a number of types of sorcery
  24. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-24.htm - Concerning fortune-tellers and their like
  25. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-25.htm - Concerning An-Nushrah
  26. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-26.htm - Concerning At-Tatayyur
  27. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-27.htm - Concerning At-Tanjeem
  28. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-28.htm - Concerning Al-Nnwaa`
  29. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-29.htm - Allah's Words: "And among the people are those...
  30. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-30.htm - Allah's Words: "It is only Satan who suggests to you..."
  31. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-31.htm - Allah's Words: "And depend upon Allah if you truly believe..."
  32. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-32.htm - Allah's Words: "Did they then feel secure...
  33. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-33.htm - Patience in the face of all that Allah has ordained
  34. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-34.htm - What has been said about Ar-Riyaa`
  35. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-35.htm - To perform a (good) deed for worldly reasons
  36. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-36.htm - Whoever obeys a scholar or a ruler...
  37. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-37.htm - Allah's Words: "Do you not see those who...
  38. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-38.htm - Whoever denies the Names and Attributes of Allah
  39. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-39.htm - Allah's Words: "They know the Favours of Allah..."
  40. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-40.htm - Allah's Words: "And do not ascribe partners to Allah..."
  41. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-41.htm - One who is not satisfied with an oath sworn...
  42. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-42.htm - Saying: "As Allah wills and you will."
  43. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-43.htm - Whoever curses time wrongs Allah
  44. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-44.htm - To be called Judge of judges and the like
  45. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-45.htm - Honouring the Names of Allah and changing one's name...
  46. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-46.htm">Whoever made fun of Allah, the Qur'an or His Prophet may Peace Be Upon Him...
  47. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-47.htm - Allah's Words: "And truly, if We give him a taste of mercy..."
  48. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-48.htm - Allah's Words: "But when He gives to...
  49. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-49.htm - Allah's Words: "The most beautiful names are for Allah..."
  50. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-50.htm - One Should Not Say: Peace Be Upon Allah
  51. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-51.htm - Saying: "Oh, Allah! Forgive me if You will."
  52. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-52.htm - One should not say: "My slave," or: "My slave-girl."
  53. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-53.htm - Whoever asks in the Name of Allah...
  54. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-54.htm - Nothing but Paradise should be asked for...
  55. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-55.htm - The prohibition of maligning the wind
  56. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-56.htm - Allah's Words: "[They were] moved by wrong thoughts..."
  57. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-57.htm - Those who deny Allah's Qadr
  58. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-58.htm - Those who make pictures (of living things)
  59. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-59.htm - About frequent swearing
  60. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-60.htm">About Allah's Covenant and that of His Prophet may Peace Be Upon Him
  61. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-61.htm - About oaths binding upon Allah
  62. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-62.htm - Allah may not be asked to intercede with His creatures
  63. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-63.htm - The Prophet's safeguarding of Tawheed...
  64. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-64.htm - Allah's Words: "They made not a just estimate of Allah..."

http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/index.htm - http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/index.htm



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Islam need true muslims



Replies:
Posted By: ZEA J
Date Posted: 12 June 2007 at 9:38pm

what a wonderful post. May Allah reward you brother.



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"You will never attain piety and righteousness,(and eventually paradise)until you
spend of that which you love."(Al-Imran:92)


Posted By: Abu Mujahid
Date Posted: 13 June 2007 at 10:32pm
Originally posted by ZEA J

what a wonderful post. May Allah reward you brother.

 

You too sister/brother. I intended only to educate muslims about this great Sh. and expose the lies/deceptions of this Dahlani/Quburi/Kabbani or should I say Sufi jahil moderator. He failed to challenge single chapter of the book and went silent as Sufis did through out histoty. 

Readers by now know that he was nothing but empty shell espouse only hearsay. May Allah show him truth.

 

 

Abu Mujahid



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Islam need true muslims


Posted By: Andalus
Date Posted: 16 June 2007 at 11:10pm
Originally posted by Abu Mujahid

For those who are seeking the true nature of Sh. Muhammad Ibnu Abdulwahab, this is his creed. Exactly as real ahlu sunnah walijmah stand for today. You will surprise the bravery of Sheikh and his effort to keep the aqeedah clean and strong. He stood like a mountain amid Childish Dahlan's and Khowthari's of his time. He proof that this aqeedah is the creed of Prophet pbuh and sahaba and Tabi'in. They rejected many of it and lied about him. But they failed to challenge him from Quran and sunnah. So they refuge personal smearing and empty lies. Kitabu Towhid is considered one of the best written in Aqeedah. Despite that he has shortcoming like any other human being but he marvelled this subject. May Allah forgive him.  That is why all khurafis up to day can't challenge this book but to qoute unsubstantiated lies and personal smearing.

 

 

 

Kitaab At-Tawheed

Shaikh Imam Muhammad Abdul-Wahhaab

"The Book of Tawheed"
Translated by Sameh Strauch

Published by International Islamic Publishing House
Unlike most other materials on this web site: http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/Copyright.htm - All Rights Reserved

Note: The original http://arabic.islamicweb.com/Sunni/tawheed.htm - Arabic version has 66 chapters. However, you can http://www.audioislam.com/ - listen to them from in English. See also: [ http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/wahhab.htm - The relationship between Mohammed bin Abdul-Wabhab and Ibn Taymiyah ]

http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-00.htm - Foreword & On Tawheed

  1. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-01.htm - Whoever fulfilled the requirements of Tawheed...
  2. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-02.htm - Fear of Shirk
  3. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-03.htm - The call to testify that none is worthy of worship...
  4. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-04.htm - Explanation of the Meaning of Tawheed and...
  5. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-05.htm - It is an act of shirk to wear rings...
  6. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-06.htm - What has been said about use of...
  7. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-07.htm - Whoever seeks blessings from a tree...
  8. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-08.htm - What is said Concerning slaughter...
  9. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-09.htm - Slaughtering in the Name of Allah...
  10. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-10.htm - A vow to another besides Allah is shirk
  11. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-11.htm - Seeking refuge in other than Allah is shirk
  12. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-12.htm - It is shirk to seek aid from other than Allah
  13. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-13.htm - Concerning Allah's Words:
  14. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-14.htm - The Words of Allah Most High
  15. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-15.htm - Intercession
  16. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-16.htm - The Words of Allah, Most High
  17. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-17.htm - What has been said concerning the reason...
  18. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-18.htm - What has been said concerning...
  19. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-19.htm - What has been said about Exaggeration...
  20. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-20.htm - What has been said concerning the Prophet's...
  21. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-21.htm - Those of this Ummah who worship idols
  22. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-22.htm - Concerning Sorcery
  23. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-23.htm - Clarification of a number of types of sorcery
  24. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-24.htm - Concerning fortune-tellers and their like
  25. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-25.htm - Concerning An-Nushrah
  26. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-26.htm - Concerning At-Tatayyur
  27. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-27.htm - Concerning At-Tanjeem
  28. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-28.htm - Concerning Al-Nnwaa`
  29. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-29.htm - Allah's Words: "And among the people are those...
  30. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-30.htm - Allah's Words: "It is only Satan who suggests to you..."
  31. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-31.htm - Allah's Words: "And depend upon Allah if you truly believe..."
  32. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-32.htm - Allah's Words: "Did they then feel secure...
  33. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-33.htm - Patience in the face of all that Allah has ordained
  34. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-34.htm - What has been said about Ar-Riyaa`
  35. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-35.htm - To perform a (good) deed for worldly reasons
  36. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-36.htm - Whoever obeys a scholar or a ruler...
  37. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-37.htm - Allah's Words: "Do you not see those who...
  38. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-38.htm - Whoever denies the Names and Attributes of Allah
  39. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-39.htm - Allah's Words: "They know the Favours of Allah..."
  40. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-40.htm - Allah's Words: "And do not ascribe partners to Allah..."
  41. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-41.htm - One who is not satisfied with an oath sworn...
  42. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-42.htm - Saying: "As Allah wills and you will."
  43. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-43.htm - Whoever curses time wrongs Allah
  44. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-44.htm - To be called Judge of judges and the like
  45. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-45.htm - Honouring the Names of Allah and changing one's name...
  46. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-46.htm">Whoever made fun of Allah, the Qur'an or His Prophet may Peace Be Upon Him...
  47. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-47.htm - Allah's Words: "And truly, if We give him a taste of mercy..."
  48. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-48.htm - Allah's Words: "But when He gives to...
  49. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-49.htm - Allah's Words: "The most beautiful names are for Allah..."
  50. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-50.htm - One Should Not Say: Peace Be Upon Allah
  51. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-51.htm - Saying: "Oh, Allah! Forgive me if You will."
  52. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-52.htm - One should not say: "My slave," or: "My slave-girl."
  53. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-53.htm - Whoever asks in the Name of Allah...
  54. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-54.htm - Nothing but Paradise should be asked for...
  55. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-55.htm - The prohibition of maligning the wind
  56. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-56.htm - Allah's Words: "[They were] moved by wrong thoughts..."
  57. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-57.htm - Those who deny Allah's Qadr
  58. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-58.htm - Those who make pictures (of living things)
  59. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-59.htm - About frequent swearing
  60. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-60.htm">About Allah's Covenant and that of His Prophet may Peace Be Upon Him
  61. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-61.htm - About oaths binding upon Allah
  62. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-62.htm - Allah may not be asked to intercede with His creatures
  63. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-63.htm - The Prophet's safeguarding of Tawheed...
  64. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-64.htm - Allah's Words: "They made not a just estimate of Allah..."

http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/index.htm - http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/index.htm

 

THE MASSACRE AND LOOTING OF THE MUSLIMS OF TA'IF


38 - When the 'ulama' of Ahl as-Sunnat silenced the Wahhabis in 1210 A.H. (1796), the 'ulama' of Mecca prepared and signed a declaration containing the ayats and hadiths which showed that Wahhabism was a path different from Islam, a trap insidiously set up by the enemies of Islam to demolish Islam from the inside. The three Wahhabis who repented of their beliefs ratified this document. The copies of the declaration were then sent to all Muslim countries.

Some Meccan Wahhabis went to 'Abd al-'Aziz, the ruler in Dar'iyya, and told him that the representatives could not refute the Meccan 'ulama' and that a declaration stating that their system of beliefs was hostility against Islam was sent to every country. 'Abd al-'Aziz ibn Muhammad ibn Sa'ud and his followers bitterly resented the Ahl as-Sunnat and attacked Mecca in 1215. The Amir of Mecca, Sharif Ghalib ibn Musa'id ibn Said Effendi, resisted them. Much blood was shed on both sides. Sharif Ghalib Effendi did not allow them to enter Mecca, but the Arab tribes around Mecca accepted Wahhabism. Between the two 'eeds of the same year, Sa'ud sent an army to the town of Ta'if. They oppressed and massacred Ta'ifian Muslim women and children. [For the details of this oppression and massacre which is unbearable to the heart, see Ahmad ibn Zaini Dahlan's Khulasat al-kalam (reprint, Istanbul, 1395/1975) and Ayyub Sabri Pasha's Tarikh-i Wahhabiyyan, Istanbul, 1296 A.H. (1879).]

The torture of the inhabitants of Ta'if, including women and children, was committed by the order of an enemy of Islam, a ferocious brigand named 'Uthman al-Mudayiqi. This man and Muhsin had been sent by Sharif Ghalib Effendi to Dar'iyya. They were supposed to negotiate about the renewal of the earlier treaty in order to prevent the Wahhabis from besieging Medina and oppressing Muslims. But this hypocrite was a spy near Sharif Ghalib Effendi. He deceived his companion, Muhsin, on their way to Dar'iyya by promising him many advantages. The two disclosed their thoughts to Sa'ud ibn 'Abd al-'Aziz in Dar'iyya. Sa'ud, seeing that they were his faithful slaves, put his looters under their command. They went to a place named Abila near Ta'if and sent a letter to Sharif Ghalib Effendi writing that Sa'ud and they, the two traitors, disregarded the validity of the former treaty and that Sa'ud was preparing to besiege Mecca. Sharif Ghalib Effendi wrote answers advising them with soft words, but 'Uthman the ferocious, who was an enemy of Islam, tore up the letters. He attacked the Muslims sent by the Amir and defeated them. Sharif Ghalib Effendi retreated into the Ta'if fortress and took measures for defense. This ferocious Wahhabi encamped his army at Malis near Ta'if at the end of Shawwal in 1217 A.H. (1802). He also asked help from the vile amir of Beesha, Salim ibn Shakban, who had a much harder, stony heart that was full of enmity towards Islam. There were about twenty desert shaikhs and each shaikh had about five hundred Wahhabite brigands in addition to one thousand under Salim's own command.

Led by Sharif Ghalib Effendi (rahmat-Allahi 'alaih), the people of Ta'if bravely attacked the brigands at Malis. He put fifteen hundred looters of Salim ibn Shakban to the sword. Salim and those with him fled Malis. But they rallied together again and raided Malis. They looted the town. Sharif Ghalib Effendi went to Jidda to obtain military help. Most Ta'ifians fled and secretly escaped with their household. Although those Ta'ifians who took refuge in the fortress defeated the packs of Wahhabis coming one after the other, they hoisted the white flag of truce, because the enemy continually received aid. They agreed to surrender under the condition that their lives and chastity would be safe. Though the enemy, too, had become weak for many of them had died or fled, the Ta'ifian messenger, who was a base villain, though he saw the Wahhabis flee, shouted after them, "Sharif Ghalib fled from fear! And the Ta'ifians do not have the power to resist you! They sent me to communicate that they will surrender the fortress, and they ask you to forgive them. I like the Wahhabis. Come back! You have shed much blood! It is not right to go back without capturing Ta'if. I swear that the Ta'ifians will immediately surrender the fortress. They will accept whatever you want." It was Sharif Ghalib Effendi's fault that Ta'if was lost in vain. If he had stayed in Ta'if, Muslims would not have suffered that doom. Since "Traitors are cowards," the Wahhabis did not believe that the Ta'ifians would surrender readily. But, seeing the flag of truce on the fortress, they sent an envoy to the fortress to investigate the situation. The Ta'ifians, pulled the envoy up to the fortress with a rope. "Gather all your goods here and surrender if you want to save your lives," said the envoy. All their possessions were gathered with the effort of a Muslim named Ibrahim. "This is not enough!" said the envoy, "We cannot forgive you for this much. You should bring more!" He gave them a notebook and said, "List the names of those who do not give! The men are free to go wherever they wish. The women and children will be put in chains." Although they begged him to be a little bit softer, he increased his aggression and harshness. Ibrahim, unable to be patient any more, hit him on the chest with a stone and killed him. During this confusion, the Wahhabis attacked the fortress, thus they escaped from being hit by cannon balls and bullets. They broke the gates and entered the fortress. They killed every woman, man and child they saw, cutting even the babies in cradles. The streets turned into floods of blood. They raided the houses and plundered everywhere, attacking outrageously and madly till sunset. They could not capture the stone houses in the eastern part of the fortress, so they besieged and put those houses under a shower of bullets. a Wahhabite scoundrel shouted: "We forgive you! You may go wherever you want with your wives and children," but they did not yield. Meanwhile, the Wahhabis gathered the people, who had set out to migrate, on a hill and encircled those pure Muslim families, who had grown up amid fondling and affection and most of whom were women and children, and held them to die of hunger and thirst for twelve days, and tortured them by slandering, stoning and cudgeling. The Wahhabis called them one by one and beat them and said, "Tell us where you hid your possessions!" and howled, "Your day of death is coming!" to those who begged for mercy.

Ibn Shakban, after pressing the stone houses violently for twelve days and being unable to make them yield, promised that those who would come out of the houses and give up arms would be forgiven. Muslims believed him and came out, but, with their hands tied behind their backs, they were drawn by Ibn Shakban to the hill where the other Muslims were encircled. Three hundred and sixty-seven men, together with women and children, were put to the sword on the hill (rahmat-Allahi 'alaihim ajmain). They made animals trample on the bodies of the martyrs and left them unburied to be eaten by beasts and birds of prey for sixteen days. They plundered Muslims' houses and gathered all they took into a big heap in front of the gateway of the fortress and sent one fifth of the goods and the money they collected to Sa'ud, sharing the remainder among themselves. The traitors and torrential rains swept away uncountable money and invaluable goods, and there remained little, only forty thousand gold rials, in the hands of Ahl as-Sunnat; ten thousand rials were distributed to the women and children, and the goods were sold very cheaply.

The Wahhabis tore up the copies of the Qur'an al-karim and books of tafsir, hadith and other Islamic books they took from libraries, masjids and houses, and threw them down on the ground. They made sandals from the gold-gilded leather covers of the Qur'an copies and other books and wore them on their filthy feet. There were ayats and other sacred writings on those leather covers. The leaves of those valuable books thrown around were so numerous that there was no space to step in the streets of Ta'if. Although Ibn Shakban had ordered the looters not to tear up the copies of the Qur'an al-karim, the Wahhabite bandits, who were gathered from the deserts for looting and who did not know the Qur'an al-karim, tore up all the copies they found and stamped on them. Only three copies of the Qur'an al-karim and one copy of the Sahih of al-Bukhari were saved from plunder in the big town of Ta'if.

a mujiza: The weather was calm during the plunder of Ta'if. There was no wind. a storm broke out after the bandits went away, and the wind lifted up all the leaves of the Qur'an al-karim and Islamic books and swept them away. soon there was no piece of paper left on the ground. Nobody knew where they were taken.

Under the hot sun, the corpses of the martyrs decayed on the hill in sixteen days. The atmosphere became fetid. Muslims begged, wept and lamented in front of Ibn Shakban to permit them to bury their dead relatives. At last he agreed, and they dug two big hollows, put all the decayed corpses of their fathers, grandfathers, relatives and children into the hollows and covered them with soil. There was no corpse that could be recognized; some of them were only one half or one fourth of a body, for other parts were scattered around by birds and beasts of prey. They were permitted to collect and bury these pieces of flesh because the bad smell bothered the Wahhabis, too. Muslims searched all around and collected and buried them, too, in the two hollows.

It was also for the purpose of insulting and taking revenge on the dead Muslims that the bandits kept the martyrs unburied until they decayed. But, as said in a couplet.

'It will bring ascent, do not grieve that you have fallen,
A building is not restored before it turns to a ruin.'

The status of martyrs (rahmat-Allahi 'alaihim ajmain) in Allah's esteem increases when their corpses are left unburied to decay and to be prey for birds and beasts.

The bandits completely ruined the shrines of as-Sahabat al-kiram, awliya' and 'ulama' after putting the Muslims of Ta'if to the sword and dividing up the loot and the money. When they attempted to dig a grave with a view to take out and burn the corpse of Hadrat 'Abdullah ibn 'Abbas, who was one of our Prophet's most beloved companions, they were frightened by the pleasant scent that came out when the first pickaxe hit the ground. They said, "There is a great Satan in this grave. We should blow it up with dynamite instead of losing time by digging." Although they put much powder and tried hard, the powder misfired and they went away in astonishment. The grave was left level with the ground for a few years. Later, Sayyid Yasin Effendi put a very nice sarcophagus on it and protected that blessed grave from being forgotten.

The bandits also tried to dig up the graves of Sayyid 'Abd al-Hadi Effendi and many other awliya', but they were prevented by a karama at each grave. Facing extraordinary difficulties in carrying out this vile intention of theirs, they gave it up.

'Uthman al-Mudayiqi and Ibn Shakban also ordered that the mosques and madrasas should be demolished together with the shrines. Yasin Effendi, a great scholar of Ahl as-Sunnat, said, "Why do you want to demolish mosques, which are built for the purpose of performing salat in congregation? If you want to ruin this mosque because the grave of 'Abdullah ibn 'Abbas (radi-Allahu 'anhuma) is here, I tell you, his grave is in the shrine outside the big mosque. Therefore, it is not necessary to demolish the mosque." 'Uthman al-Mudayiqi and Ibn Shakban could not make any rejoinder. But, Matu, a zindiq among them, made a ridiculous statement: "Anything doubtful should be annihilated." Then, Yasin Effendi asked, "Is there anything doubtful about mosques?" and the demagogue was silent. After a long silence, 'Uthman al-Budayiqi said, "I do not agree with either of you," and ordered, "Do not touch the mosque, demolish the shrine!"



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Posted By: Andalus
Date Posted: 16 June 2007 at 11:13pm
Originally posted by Abu Mujahid

For those who are seeking the true nature of Sh. Muhammad Ibnu Abdulwahab, this is his creed. Exactly as real ahlu sunnah walijmah stand for today. You will surprise the bravery of Sheikh and his effort to keep the aqeedah clean and strong. He stood like a mountain amid Childish Dahlan's and Khowthari's of his time. He proof that this aqeedah is the creed of Prophet pbuh and sahaba and Tabi'in. They rejected many of it and lied about him. But they failed to challenge him from Quran and sunnah. So they refuge personal smearing and empty lies. Kitabu Towhid is considered one of the best written in Aqeedah. Despite that he has shortcoming like any other human being but he marvelled this subject. May Allah forgive him.  That is why all khurafis up to day can't challenge this book but to qoute unsubstantiated lies and personal smearing.

 

 

 

Kitaab At-Tawheed

Shaikh Imam Muhammad Abdul-Wahhaab

"The Book of Tawheed"
Translated by Sameh Strauch

Published by International Islamic Publishing House
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http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-00.htm - Foreword & On Tawheed

  1. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-01.htm - Whoever fulfilled the requirements of Tawheed...
  2. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-02.htm - Fear of Shirk
  3. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-03.htm - The call to testify that none is worthy of worship...
  4. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-04.htm - Explanation of the Meaning of Tawheed and...
  5. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-05.htm - It is an act of shirk to wear rings...
  6. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-06.htm - What has been said about use of...
  7. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-07.htm - Whoever seeks blessings from a tree...
  8. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-08.htm - What is said Concerning slaughter...
  9. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-09.htm - Slaughtering in the Name of Allah...
  10. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-10.htm - A vow to another besides Allah is shirk
  11. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-11.htm - Seeking refuge in other than Allah is shirk
  12. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-12.htm - It is shirk to seek aid from other than Allah
  13. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-13.htm - Concerning Allah's Words:
  14. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-14.htm - The Words of Allah Most High
  15. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-15.htm - Intercession
  16. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-16.htm - The Words of Allah, Most High
  17. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-17.htm - What has been said concerning the reason...
  18. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-18.htm - What has been said concerning...
  19. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-19.htm - What has been said about Exaggeration...
  20. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-20.htm - What has been said concerning the Prophet's...
  21. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-21.htm - Those of this Ummah who worship idols
  22. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-22.htm - Concerning Sorcery
  23. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-23.htm - Clarification of a number of types of sorcery
  24. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-24.htm - Concerning fortune-tellers and their like
  25. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-25.htm - Concerning An-Nushrah
  26. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-26.htm - Concerning At-Tatayyur
  27. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-27.htm - Concerning At-Tanjeem
  28. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-28.htm - Concerning Al-Nnwaa`
  29. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-29.htm - Allah's Words: "And among the people are those...
  30. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-30.htm - Allah's Words: "It is only Satan who suggests to you..."
  31. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-31.htm - Allah's Words: "And depend upon Allah if you truly believe..."
  32. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-32.htm - Allah's Words: "Did they then feel secure...
  33. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-33.htm - Patience in the face of all that Allah has ordained
  34. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-34.htm - What has been said about Ar-Riyaa`
  35. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-35.htm - To perform a (good) deed for worldly reasons
  36. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-36.htm - Whoever obeys a scholar or a ruler...
  37. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-37.htm - Allah's Words: "Do you not see those who...
  38. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-38.htm - Whoever denies the Names and Attributes of Allah
  39. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-39.htm - Allah's Words: "They know the Favours of Allah..."
  40. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-40.htm - Allah's Words: "And do not ascribe partners to Allah..."
  41. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-41.htm - One who is not satisfied with an oath sworn...
  42. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-42.htm - Saying: "As Allah wills and you will."
  43. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-43.htm - Whoever curses time wrongs Allah
  44. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-44.htm - To be called Judge of judges and the like
  45. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-45.htm - Honouring the Names of Allah and changing one's name...
  46. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-46.htm">Whoever made fun of Allah, the Qur'an or His Prophet may Peace Be Upon Him...
  47. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-47.htm - Allah's Words: "And truly, if We give him a taste of mercy..."
  48. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-48.htm - Allah's Words: "But when He gives to...
  49. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-49.htm - Allah's Words: "The most beautiful names are for Allah..."
  50. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-50.htm - One Should Not Say: Peace Be Upon Allah
  51. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-51.htm - Saying: "Oh, Allah! Forgive me if You will."
  52. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-52.htm - One should not say: "My slave," or: "My slave-girl."
  53. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-53.htm - Whoever asks in the Name of Allah...
  54. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-54.htm - Nothing but Paradise should be asked for...
  55. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-55.htm - The prohibition of maligning the wind
  56. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-56.htm - Allah's Words: "[They were] moved by wrong thoughts..."
  57. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-57.htm - Those who deny Allah's Qadr
  58. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-58.htm - Those who make pictures (of living things)
  59. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-59.htm - About frequent swearing
  60. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-60.htm">About Allah's Covenant and that of His Prophet may Peace Be Upon Him
  61. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-61.htm - About oaths binding upon Allah
  62. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-62.htm - Allah may not be asked to intercede with His creatures
  63. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-63.htm - The Prophet's safeguarding of Tawheed...
  64. http://islamicweb.com/beliefs/creed/abdulwahab/KT1-chap-64.htm - Allah's Words: "They made not a just estimate of Allah..."

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ADVICE FOR THE MUSLIM


  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wahprefc.htm - Preface

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-1.htm - Mutasawwifs' books do not contain polytheism (Maktubat by al-Imam ar-Rabbani)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-2.htm - Eemaan (Iman) does not include ibadat (Qasidat al-Amali and Al-hadiqa)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-3.htm - To ask help of prophets and pious Muslims

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-4.htm - Do Muslims worship awliya? (Al-usul al-arba'a)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-5.htm - Do Muslims worship tombs? (As-sawa'iq al-ilahiyya.)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-6.htm - To receive blessings from someone other than the Prophet

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-7.htm - The origin of tasawwuf (Maktubat by Muhammad Masum Faruqi)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-8.htm - The dead; the souls of awliya

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-9.htm - To praise and to ask help of the Prophet (Mirat al-Madina)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-10.htm - The dead's intercession

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-11.htm - Has Ahmad al-Badawi been deified?

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-12.htm - The Prophet and the Sahabat al-kiram

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-13.htm - On Qasidat al-Burda (Maktubat by Muhammad Ma'sum)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-14.htm - Shall tombs be demolished (Zawajir by Ibn Hajar al-Hitami)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-15.htm - To enter the Prophet's masjid (Mosque), but not visit his shrine? (Mir'at al-Madina)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-16.htm - The salawat said for the Prophet

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-17.htm - Awliya do help (Al-hadith al-arba'in by Allama Ahmad S. ibn Kamal)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-18.htm - Karamat of awliya (Maktubat by al-Imam ar-Rabbani and Al-mawahib by al-Imam al-Kastalani)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-19.htm - A wali does not make a show of karamat (Maktubat by Muhammad Masum)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-20.htm - The ayat «Allah and the Believers are sufficient for you.» (Bariqa.)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-21.htm - To follow the imams of the madhhabs; taqlid

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-22.htm - To expect something from any dead or living being other than Allahu ta'ala (Al-hadiqa)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-23.htm - The Ahl as-Sunna and Qasidat al-Burda

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-24.htm - The dead and the absentee (Al-minhat al-wahbiyya)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-25.htm - The Wahhabis' ijtihads are false

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-26.htm - Visiting shrines (Rabita-i sharifa)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-27.htm - The Prophet hears the salawat

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-28.htm - The superiority of the as-Sahabat al-kiram and the Tabi'un

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-29.htm - Help from living people and the dead (Maraq al-falah and Zawajir)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-30.htm - To vow, to slaughter an animal for the dead (Ashad al-jihad in Al-minhaj al-wahbiyya)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-31.htm - Fatwa on the heresy of Wahhabism (Arabic original appended to Al-minhat al-wahbiyya)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-32.htm - The Wahhabite book Jawab-i Nu'man (Maktubat by Muhammad Ma'sum); the lawfullness of reading the Mawlid and Dala'il (Dalail) al-khairat (khayrat)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-33.htm - Tasawwuf and tariqas are not invented, but commanded in Islam (Irshad at-talibin)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-34.htm - To disbelievers of tasawwuf and karamat (Al-hadiqa)

  • http://www.hizmetbooks.org/Advice_for_the_Muslim/wah-35.htm - In the next world, one will be with whom one loves (Al-hadiqa)


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Posted By: Andalus
Date Posted: 17 June 2007 at 12:07am
Originally posted by Abu Mujahid

Originally posted by ZEA J

what a wonderful post. May Allah reward you brother.

 

You too sister/brother. I intended only to educate muslims about this great Sh. and expose the lies/deceptions of this Dahlani/Quburi/Kabbani or should I say Sufi jahil moderator. He failed to challenge single chapter of the book and went silent as Sufis did through out histoty. 

Readers by now know that he was nothing but empty shell espouse only hearsay. May Allah show him truth.

 

 

Abu Mujahid

 

Allah did show me the truth, and saved me from the secterian ignorance that comes out of your group. I will, insha'Alla, discuss the backward book you cherish so much.

By the way, I wish I could be a sufi, but I am not strong enough to truly study "tasawuuf". ibn Abdl'Wahab needed tasawuuf, then maybe he would  not have been responsible for the murders of innocent Muslims.

God help you.



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Posted By: Abu Mujahid
Date Posted: 17 June 2007 at 12:49am

Andulus

It look like Hollywood horror movies..... Dahlani and his sufi cohorts put master piece of lies. It really deserve in comic/movie arena not in real Islamic debate circles. Having said that, why don't you challenge one single chapter of book?!! Or its suffice to you all these fake books that undermine towhidul Islam?.

Your Kabbanism/Dahlanism dogma really want help. Only Allah can help your brain to grasp the truth. 

Anway, I repeat what I said before, let Abu Mujahid stretch his legs as readers judge/enjoy reading Kitabul towhid or should I say your fake horror movies.

 

Abu Mujahid



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Posted By: ZEA J
Date Posted: 17 June 2007 at 1:36pm

Once again, I would like to thank you brother Abu Mujahid for you great posts. Keep up the good work! I really enjoy reading your posts about Muhammed Ibnu Abdulwahab...   

BTW, I am a sister.



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Posted By: Andalus
Date Posted: 17 June 2007 at 1:37pm
Originally posted by Abu Mujahid

Andulus

It look like Hollywood horror movies..... Dahlani and his sufi cohorts put master piece of lies. It really deserve in comic/movie arena not in real Islamic debate circles. Having said that, why don't you challenge one single chapter of book?!! Or its suffice to you all these fake books that undermine towhidul Islam?.

Your Kabbanism/Dahlanism dogma really want help. Only Allah can help your brain to grasp the truth. 

Anway, I repeat what I said before, let Abu Mujahid stretch his legs as readers judge/enjoy reading Kitabul towhid or should I say your fake horror movies.

 

Abu Mujahid

Wow! More belligerent name calling, labeling, and the usual bellicose hot air! This is suprising!  Really!

As far as challenging the book, that is not a difficult task because it is poorly written. Not only will show that it is weak, but I will put up comments by others who know more than I do. The truth is, Kitab At-tawhid has never been considered a classical work, and its popularity is due to the oil money that has allowed wahabis to unload volumes of the english translations to new Muslims who do not know better. It is a similar tactic used by Missionaries. Keep in mind that the book has never been accepted by Sunni scholars (I will get into its problems at another time), it is only considered a classic by the deviants who are "wahabis".

 



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Posted By: Abu Mujahid
Date Posted: 20 June 2007 at 11:47am
Originally posted by ZEA J

Once again, I would like to thank you brother Abu Mujahid for you great posts. Keep up the good work! I really enjoy reading your posts about Muhammed Ibnu Abdulwahab...   

BTW, I am a sister.

 

Sister,

Sh. Ibnu Wahab was mujahid in his time. He revived towhid and fought hard grave worshipers. I wish he extended his fighting all the way to these tiny gulf states. Alas, he missed that. He mastered towhid though he has shortcomings like any other muslim leader.

Sister, make dua for this dahlani/kabbani moderator to see the light of towhid. At this day and age he want to preach us kabbani lies and deceptions. Moreover, when he fail to get free pass he want to censor at will. Just typical dictator. Arab adage was ramatni bida'iha thuman sallat.

 

May Allah guide us/him to right path.

 

 

Abu Mujahid

 

 



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Posted By: minuteman
Date Posted: 29 June 2007 at 7:52pm

 

 I have checked up the list, content of book. I found many bad points in that. That was only by looking at the index of contents. Ibne Wahhab was not any saint or Sufi or appointed by Allah for guidance. According to a hadith, on the head of every century Allah wil appoint a Mujaddid for the Ummah. So was Ibne Wahhab a mujaddid. I believe not. He was much agianst spiritualism and in favor of rituals. He was against the Sufis.

 Of course there are Pseudo Sufis too. But the original theory of Sufis is good. Wahhabis deny any Sufi business. They forget that there were ashaab e suffah in the time of the prophet s.a.w.s. They forget that it was the intensive prayers and rememberance of Allah in a cave that brought the Mercy of Allah home to the Ummah. But Wahhabis do not go near any cave.

To me they are like the Jews of the time of Hazrat Isa a.s. who were practicing the books of their Hadith more than the Torah and they had very little spiritualism in them. They were just following a line blindly and had very little love or wisdom. So they tried to pull the man of God (Jesus) on the cross.

 The Ahle hadith people in India called wahhabis do have great differences with the general body of Muslims (Ummah). These Wahhabis are far and few. Of course they do not like to be called wahhabis and I also do not intend to abuse them but it is necessary to identify them. It is bad that they say there Imam is the prophet s.a.w.s. Why they do that?? Is it not that the prophet saws is the Imam of all of us Muslims.?? That just appears to be a clever move on thir part.

I ask a question from those Ahle Hadith people and I do not say them Wahhabi. There is a Hadith, states: "Any one who did not recognise the Imam of his age will die the death of an ignorant". Is that Hadith true and valid?? Please tell. Thanks.



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