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Abu Qataadah Is A Takfeeri and Not A Salafi

In The Name of Allaah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy

The enemies of the Salafis and Salafiyyah persist in their disgraceful lies and devil insinuations in the media. They seek to tarnish the true image of salafiyyah by attributing it to the methodologies of the khawaarij, such as Abu Qataadah and his ilk. Indeed, Salafiyyah is absolutely free from the methodology of the innovators. See the following link in order to find out Abu Qataadah’s evil and innovated methodology.

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Some Statements of the Salaf about ahlul bidah

Abu Haatim Ar-Raazee (rahimahullaah) said: From the signs of ahlul bidah is that they speak ill of the people of the narrations (i.e. those who hold onto the narrations of the messenger and the companions) [Reported by Imaam Laalikaaee].   Ahmad Ibn Sinaan Al-Qattaan (rahimahullaah) said: There is no mubtadi (i.e. innovator) in the dunyah except that he hates ahlul hadeeth, and when a man innovates the sweetness of hadeeth is removed from his heart [Aqeedatus Salaf 102]    Ayyoub As-Sakhtiyaanee (rahimahullaah) said: I do not know anyone from the people of desires, except that he agues by way of the mutashaabih’’  Al-Ibaanah



We seek Allaah’s protection from ahlul bidah and from the deceit and ignorance of those who wish that salafis should keeep keep quiet about them ahlul bidah

[5] The Creed of the Saudi Kings

The reaction of King ‘Abdul-‘Azeez as-Su’ood upon being praised in lines of poetry.

Once, during one of King ‘Abdul-‘Azeez as-Su’ood’s (rahimahullaah) trips to the town of al-Kharj (7th of Dhul-Hijjah 1363AH -approx: 23rd November 1944CE) a poet from the people of Najd entered upon him. In his hand was a poem he had written, and so he sought permission from the King to read it out. He began: You are our hope and in you is hope… Upon hearing this King ‘Abdul-‘Azeez called out in rejection and glanced across the gathering to Shaykh Hamad al-Jaasir, saying, “O Ibn Jaasir, take this man and teach him some Tawheed!” [Source: Min Hayaatil-Malik ‘Abdil-‘Azeez, pg.71]

Translated by: Abul Husayn Yusuf Al-Irlandee

Imaam Bin Baaz Spoke about Imaam Abdur-Rahmaan As-Sadi

In The Name of Allaah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy

Imaam Abdul Azeez Bin Baaz (rahimahullaah) stated about Imaam Abdur-Rahmaan As-Sadi (rahimahullaah):

He used to be a person with a lot of fiqh and concern for knowledge of the correct positions in the issues (in which) the scholars held a difference of opinion with evidence. He gave great concern to the books of Shaikhul Islaam Ibn Tamiyyah and his student Ibnul Qayyim (rahimahumallaah). He used to give preference to that which was established with evidence. He used to speak very little, except if it was in that which was beneficial. I sat with him on more than one occasion in Makkah and Riyaad–his speech was little except in the affairs of knowledge. He used to be humble and well-mannered, and whoever reads his books will know of his virtue, knowledge and great concern for (seeking) after proofs. So may Allaah shower great mercy upon him.

[For further details see: Al-Eedaahaat As-Sunniyyah Li-Usool al-Aqaa-id Ad-Deeniyyah of Al-Allaamah Zaid Bin Haadee page: 17; footnore 1]

An Excellent Trait of Al’Allaamah Saaleh Al-Fawzaan (may Allaah preserve him)

In The Name of Allaah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy

”We (i.e. some members of Ikhwaan Al-Muslimeen in Saudi) used to know of the Shaikh’s Zuhd and the little attention he gave to the lies of the liars or the slander of the slanderers; so we did not have a way of approaching him, so as to say to him: ”Such and such person says this about you;” because he did not give importance to it.”

[Source: See last two lines in the post on this link: http://www.sahab.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=136672%5D

We ask Allaah to grant us Tawfeeq to follow the footsteps of the Scholars of Ahlus Sunnah Wal-Jamaa-ah, for indeed they are the inheritors of the Prophets.

Kuffaar know the importance of stability, why listen to them when they provoke us against our Muslim Rulers


In The Name of Allaah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy

Al-Allaamah Al-Izz Bin Abdis Salaam (rahimahullaah) said: Had it not been for the appointment of a ruler, the beneficial universal affairs would have been lost, universal corruption would have become the reality, the strong would have overcome the weak and the (immoral) lowly ones would have overcome the noble (mannered) ones.

Shaikh Abdus-Salaam Burgess (rahimahullaah) said: The explanation of this is that the majority of the children of Adam are inclined towards injustice and love of vengeance.  And had it not been that there was a ruler who administers their affairs, they would have become like the beasts of the wild and fish of the sea—the strong eats the weak. [source: Aqeedah Ahlil Islaam Feemaa Yajibu Lil-Imaam: page: 11]


Shaikh Saaleh Al-Fawzaan exposes the falsehood of the Kuffaar




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Concerning   Correction of the Rulers

                                                                      Shaykh   ul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah on Rebellion Against the Rulers and A Discussion of   the Khurooj Made By the Early Salaf

Source:   Minhaaj us-Sunnah (4/527)

Article   ID : MNJ160006 [8606

Questions on Manhaj

     On   Advising Rulers and States Concerning Their Shortcomings

Author: Shaikh Salih   al-Fawzan

Source:   Al-Ajwibah al-Mufidah of Jamal bin Farihan al-Harithi

Article   ID : MNJ020003

Concerning   Correction of the Rulers

     Imaam   Ibn Uthaymeen on the Manhaj of Correcting Rulers

Author: Imaam Ibn Uthaymeen

Source:   Liqaa al-Baab al-Maftooh 62/39 (Trans. Spubs.Com)

Article   ID : MNJ160001

Concerning   Correction of the Rulers

     Imaam   Barbahaaree on the Manhaj of Dealing With the Rulers

Author: Prepared by Abu   Talhah and Abu Iyaad

Source:   The Creed of Imaam Bukhaaree / Explanation of the Creed

Article   ID : MNJ160002

Concerning   Correction of the Rulers

     Imaam   Ibn Baz on the Manhaj of Correcting the Rulers

Source:   Al-Ma’loom min Waajib il-‘Ilaaqah bain al-Haakim wal-Mahkoom, (pp.22-23)

Article   ID : MNJ160003

Concerning   Correction of the Rulers

     Ibn   al-Qayyim on Open Rejection of the Rulers and Kings and Making Khurooj

Source:   I’laam ul-Muwaqqi’een an   Rabbil-Aalameen

Article   ID : MNJ160004 [

Misconceptions   About the Salafi Dawah

     Shaykh   Ibn Uthaymeen on Calling Those Who Do Not Make Takfir Of the Rulers or Revile   Them Publicly as Murji’ah

Author: Shaykh Ibn Uthaymeen

Article   ID : MSC050004 [

Concerning   Correction of the Rulers

     Ibn   al-Qayyim on the Reasons for the Rulers Becoming Oppressive and Tyrannical

Author: Ibn al-Qayyim

Source:   Miftaah Daar is-Sa’aadah (2/177)

Article   ID : MNJ160007

Misconceptions   About the Salafi Dawah

     Murji’ah   With the Rulers, Khawaarij with the Callers, Raafidah with the Groups,   Qadariyyah with the Infidels

Author:   SalafiPublications.Com

Article   ID : MSC050003

We have stated to you more than once–Imaam Muqbil Bin Haadee

Imaam Muqbil Bin Haadee (rahimahullaah) said:

”We have said to you and we have said to you! We do not want anyone to select us.  InShaaAllaah, we choose from the narrations of the Messenger of Allaah (Sallal-laahu wa-alaa aalihi-wasallam) just as the scholars used to choose.  We neither want authority nor leadership, and we have stated more than once; even if the leader of the state called us and said: ”Go ahead favoured with leadership”, we would say: ”Allaah’s protection is sought!  We do not see you as one who gives us sincere advice.”  We do not want leadership; we do not want to be appointed a minister; we do not want to call the people to follow us; we do not want to establish a party; but we want to call to the Book of Allaah and to the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allaah (sallal-laahu alayhi wa-alaa aalihi wasallam).

[Source:   قمع المعاند page: 83. slightly paraphrased]

Our Salaf: Ibn Mas’ood advised Uthmaan Ibn Haadir Al-Azdee

Uthmaan Ibn Haadir Al-Azdee (rahimahullaah) said: I entered upon Ibn Abbaas (radiyallaahu-anhu), so I said to him: ”Advise me.”  He said: ”Be upon steadfastness; follow and do not innovate.  Follow the first tradition (i.e. the way of the salaf) and do not innovate.”

[Quoted by Shaikh Jamaal Al-Fareehaan Al-Haarithee in Durar Al-Manthoor page 20, and the Shaikh referenced this statement of Ibn Mas’ood to As-Sunnah No:29 and Dhammul Kalaam Wa-Ahli, No:334]

Our Salaf: Mu-aadh Bin Jabal (radiyallaahu-anhu)– The station of Knowledge

Mu-aadh Ibn Jabal (radiyallaahu-anhu) said:

Knowledge is obligatory upon you, for indeed seeking it is worship; learning it for the sake of Allaah is a good deed; giving it freeing to its people is a seeking to get close to Allaah; teaching it to the one who does not know about it is charity; researching it is Jihaad and revising it is glorification (of Allaah).

[Quoted by: Shaikh Jamaal al-Fareehaan al-Haarithee in Ad-Durar Al-Manthoor Minal Qawl Al-Ma’thoor: page: 67. The Shaikh referenced the original source of this statement of Mu-aadh (radiyallaahu-anhu) to Ad-Daylamee No: 2237; Tazkiratus Saami: 35 and Majmoo Al-Fataawaa: 4/42]

Our Salaf: Imaam Ahmad–I never wrote down a hadeeth except that……..

Imaam Ahmad (rahimahullaah) said:

”I never wrote down a hadeeth except that I acted on it at least once, so that it may not be a proof against me.”

[Quoted by: Shaikh Jamaal al-Fareehaan al-Haarithee in Ad-Durar Al-Manthoor Minal Qawl Al-Ma’thoor: page: 34.  The Shaikh referenced the original source of this statement of Imaam Ahmad to Adabul Imlaa Wal-Istimlaa (323), Manaaqib Ahmad (179) and other sources]