Pseudo Shaikh Muhammad Al-Maliki said: [للهِ دَرُّكَ يا حَجُـوري]


The meaning of Muhammad’s above statement

This is a statement [للهِ دَرُّكَ] uttered in praise of someone for his good actions bestowed upon him by the Tawfeeq of Allaah. So when a person is considered as someone with many good actions and the people receive much benefit from him by the Tawfeeq of Allaah, it is said about him in amazement [لله دره] [للهِ دَرُّكَ] etc. Basically, Allaah has bestowed on you the Tawfeeq to perform and accomplish much good, and how excellent that is! [1]

This is Muhammad’s view of a vile Haddaadi Mubtadi. Indeed, it is not surprising that Maliki holds such absurd views because he takes pride in associating himself with some of the followers of the Mubtadia –Maribi, Halabi and Maghraawi. Despite Hajoori’s calamities and satanic innovations, Muhammad has still not recanted from those lines of poetry written in praise of Hajoori. See Hajoori’s calamities here: to find out the absurdity and foolishness contained in Maliki’s praise. Ibn Abdi Rabbihi said: ”Choosing speech is more difficult than writing it down, and they said: The choice of a man is in harmony with his intellect.” [2]

To be continued [إن شاء الله]


[1] Paraphrased….for further details, see Lisaan Al-Arab of Ibn Mandhoor 4/279.

Also see ‘An Arabic-English Lexicon [part 3 (د ــ ز)]

[2]Source: quoted by Shaikh Muhammad Bin Umar Saalim Baazmool

in Manhajul Bahthi Al-Ilmiy Wa-Kitaabah Fee Uloom Ash-Sharee-ah: page: 17]

Maliki’s full poem here:

Muhammad Al-Maliki’s Poem in praise of Al-Hajoori Al-Haddaadi Al-Mubtadi–Has he recanted?!

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