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New Lessons in Nelson, Lancashire UK! – Based on The Belief in Islam and Removing Doubts.

It is pleasing to announce that the lessons will be re-starting in Nelson from this FRIDAY 7th coming @8pm straight after the Maghrib prayer, at the usual location on Manchester Road.

This will be a new series of lessons starting from the beginning.

The topic will be focussing on the issues related to grave worship, seeking intercession from the “pious” dead or prophets, explanation of the correct methodology of ahlus-sunnah wal jama’at in tawheed and the methodology of the prophets in giving dawa.

It will be specifically focussed on answering the doubts many individuals propogate today regarding the “pious” awliyaa of Allah, and the “apparent” permissibilty of directing du’a to them etc….as well as address some of the doubts of the sufi ideology.

It will be a clear and precise explanation of the correct belief and refutation of the incorrect methodologies.

All based upon the great book “kashf ash-shubuhaat” or “Removal of the Doubts” of Shaikh Mohammad bin Abdul-Wahhab.

We advise all to attend and benefit from the books of the great scholars, everyone is welcome, children and adults.

Seperate seating area for women is also available.

Friday 7th September
@8PM [straight after the maghrib prayer]
Whitefield Community Centre
212a Manchester Road, Nelson [top corner of Farrer Street]
BB9 7BY

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The Places of Residence are Three: ibn ul-Qayyim

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Shaikh Salih al-Fawzaan mentioned in his explanation of Kitab at-Tawhid under the chapter [The Virtues of Tawhid and that which it Expiates from Sins], “The places of residence – as ibn ul-Qayyim mentioned – are three;

The First: The residence of this world, and it is the residence of actions and gaining [good deeds].

The Second: The residence of the Barzakh, and that is the residence within the graves, a barzakh between this world and the Hereafter. The term barzakh means a “divider” or “barrier” [i.e. the life within the graves is the seperator between this world and the Hereafter], and the life within the graves is [therefore] termed as the life of the barzakh. Within it are amazing affairs; in it is blessing or punishment,either a pit from the pits of the Hell-Fire, or a garden from the gardens of Paradise. The dead remain in their graves until Allah the Mighty and Majestic wishes to resurrect and gather them for accountability and recompense…[and so] this residence is a waiting station [until resurrection].

The Third: The residence of recompense, which is the Day of Judgement, [either] Paradise or Hell; and this residence does not perish nor cease ever. If a person believes in these two abodes [Paradise and Hell], then indeed that will cause a person to perform righteous actions and [seek] repentance from sins and wrong-doing. So if he is certain that Paradise exists, and that he cannot enter this Paradise except with righteous actions – then [surely] he will act [upon righteousness]. [Similarly] if he is certain that Hell exists and that he will enter it [if he performs] sins, disbelief and evil actions – then [surely] he will be wary and cautious of that and repent to Allah the Mighty and Majestic.

Therefore, eemaan in Paradise and Hell causes the slave to perform righteous actions and to seek repentance from sins and evil actions, as for the one who does not believe in the Hereafter, then this one will act in accordance to what his desires dictate to him and what his soul craves and he will not hold himself accountable [and reflect] ever”.

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Shaykh Fawzaan: Whoever worships Allah with…..

Shaykh Fawzaan was asked:

 

Question:

What is the ruling on those who say: We only worship Allah with love for him and we do not fear his punishment and we do not desire his reward?

 

This is a statement of the soofiyah; it is an error and refuge is sought with Allah. This is in opposition to the methodology of (all of) the Prophets (alayhimus Salaatu was Salaam).

 

Verily, they used to hasten on to do good deeds, and they used to call upon Us with hope and fear, and used to humble themselves before Us. [Surah Al-Anbiya’ Verse 90]

 

Those whom they call upon [like Isa (Jesus) – son of Maryam (Mary), Uzair (Ezra), angel] desire (for themselves) means of access to their Lord (Allah), as to which of them should be the nearest; and they [Isa (Jesus), Uzair (Ezra), angels and others] hope for His Mercy and fear His torment. Indeed the torment of your Lord is (something) to be afraid of. [Surah Al-Isra Verse 57]

 

Therefore, whoever worships Allah with fear only then he is a Khaarij; whoever worships Allah with hope only then he is from the murji’ah and whoever worships Allah with love only then he is a Soofi.

And (finally) whoever worships Allah with Love, Hope and Fear then he is a believer upon Tawheed.

 

http://www.alfawzan.af.org.sa/node/8309

May Allah reward Abu Alfarooq Imad_Eddeen for his assistance.

Abu Abdir Razzaaq Amjad

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[1]The Creed of The Saudi Kings–[King Abdul Azeez Bin Abdir Rahmaan (rahimahullaah)

Saudi King Abdul Azeez Bin Abdir-Rahmaan (rahimahullaah) said:

The foundation of the Islamic Creed is the Book of Allaah, the Sunnah of His Messenger (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) and that which the companions of Muhammad (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) were upon; then the pious predecessors after them, and then after them the four Imaams of the Muslims, Imaam Maalik, Imaam Shaafi’ee, Imaam Ahmad and Imaam Aboo Haneefah. The creed of these people is one in the foundation of the religion, and that is the three categories of Tawheed: The Oneness of Allaah in His Lordship, the Oneness of Allaah in that He (alone) has the right to be worshipped and His Oneness in His Names and Attributes. [Source: The Nation state of Tawheed and Sunnah: page19: By Shaikh Ahmad Baazmool (may Allaah preserve him)]


And Allaah knows best

Abu Mu-aawiyyah (Abdullaah Al-Gambi)

 

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