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Benefit: Deviation of the Shīʿah in Tawḥīd al-ʿUlūhīyyah

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

Often the Shī'ah, in discussions with Muslims like to glaze over the hard facts that expose the shirk (polytheism), ghuloo (extremism) and infatuation in their beliefs. Historically, Muslims, due to their for love for Tawḥīd and love for the Sunnah, would not tolerate them. However, with movements such as the ikhwaanul-muslimeen and other politically motivated groups reaching out to them and blurring the difference between the sunnee and the shee'ee, Muslims today often view them as our long lost cousins in Islām. Certainly not! Here is a small quote from their own books, that they cherish and reference: From that which they narrated as well in clarification of this principle according to them, is this narration: “Allāh has erected ʿAlī as a sign between Him and His creation. So whoever acknowledges it then he is a believer, while whoever rejects it then he is a disbeliever and due to his ignorance, he is astray. Whoever erects something along with him is a polytheist while whoever holds to his Wilāyah will enter Paradise.”1
1) Usūl Al-Kaafī 1/437 Translated by Raha Batts
For further study on the deviation of the Shī'ah in aspects of tawḥīd see:

Benefit: Shaykh Ṣāliḥ al-Fawzān's Advice to Ahl al-Sunnah In Yemen Who are Being Fought by the Hūthiyūn

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

Important advice and reflections from Shaykh Ṣāliḥ al-Fawzān

[Q]: What is your advice to our brothers from Ahl al-Sunnah in Yemen who are being fought by the Houthiyoon (Rāfiḍah Shīʿah)? 

[A]: Upon them is to depend upon Allāh ('azza wa jal) and to supplicate to Him abundantly. They should defend themselves and their wealth according to their ability. What has afflicted them is as a result of their differing among themselves. If only they united under one banner nobody would have been able to interfere in their affairs. However, when they split, and each one wanted what he desired, it occurred to them what you see. Yes... I advise them to have patience and to carry out that which is required, and from that is to come together and not be divided: وَلاَ تَنَازَعُواْ فَتَفْشَلُواْ وَتَذْهَبَ رِيحُكُمْ وَاصْبِرُواْ  Do not dispute (with one another) lest you lose courage and your strength departs, and be patient... [Sūrah al-Anfāl: 46] وَلاَ تَكُونُواْ كَالَّذِينَ تَفَرَّقُواْ وَاخْتَلَفُواْ  And be not as those who divided and differed among themselves... [Sūrah Āli-'ʿImrān: 105] So upon them is to unite. This partisanship and differing causes harm to the Muslims. Upon them is to unite as one group upon the Qurʾān and the Sunnah and they should be together against other than them. Yes...


Benefit: The Creed of the Rāfiḍah Regarding Abū Bakr al-Siddīq

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

Shaykh ʿAlī Al-Haddaadee
[Warning: may be difficult to read for those who have īmān]

That is just a morsel of the creed of the Rāfidah regarding the companions in general except for those whom they have excluded. Now we will see some of their speech regarding Abū Bakr As-Siddīq, may Allāh be pleased with him. I do not have to remind you, my noble brother reader, that Abū Bakr is Abū Bakr, and this is sufficient.1 Abū Bakr As-Siddīq was the first of the people to believe in the Prophet ﷺ and he was his companion in the cave. He was his successor in (leading) the prayer on the day when he was extremely sick and the most beloved of the men to him. He was the one who, if he were to take a Khalīl (intimate companion) from the creation then he would have taken him as a Khalīl. He spent his wealth in the cause of Allāh. The companions pledged their allegiance to him unanimously acknowledging his virtue and affirming his eminence; the just Imām who walked amongst the people upon the path of justice, humility, kindness, and mercy whilst having resoluteness and determination. So may Allāh be pleased with him and may He cause him to be pleased. In spite of that there has come to Abū Bakr, from the Rāfidah, numerous and unspeakable insults, oppression, lies, and slander. They accuse him in his religion and in his Īmān. So what do you think (they say) about (him in) that which is less than the religion? Here is something from their vileness in this regard:

1.) They accuse him with never having left the worship of idols at all. They said: “He used to pray behind Allāh’s Messenger, may blessings be upon him and his family, with an idol hanging around his neck prostrating to it.”2

2.) They accuse him of great acts of disobedience and things which necessitate apostasy. They said: “He used to break his fast intentionally during the daytime in Ramaḍān, drink intoxicants, and satirize Allāh’s Messenger3 

3) They accuse him  of never acknowledging his Lord. At-Toosee the Shee’ee said: “Indeed from amongst the people is he who doubted his (Abū Bakr’s) Īmān, because within the Ummah is he who says: ‘He never acknowledged Allāh the Exalted at all.”4

4.) Ibn Taawus, the Shee’ee, held that his (ever) being guided to Islām) is doubtful.5 Al-Majlisee held that he had no Īmān (i.e. that he was a Kāfir).6

5.) They justified his being nicknamed As-Siddīq (the truthful) saying that he deemed to be true (the claim of the pagans) that the Prophet ﷺ was a sorcerer. As-Saffaar, Al-Qumee, and Al-Mufeed, from the Shee’ah, narrated with their Shee’ah based chains of narration on the authority of Khālid ibn Najeeh that he said: “I said to Abū ʿAbdullāh Ja’far As-Saadiq: ‘May I be sacrificed for you! Did Allāh’s Messenger, may blessings be upon him and his family, named Abū Bakr ‘As-Siddīq’ (the truthful)?’ He said: ‘Yes.’ I said: ‘How?’ He said: ‘When he was with him in the cave Allāh’s Messenger, may blessings be upon him and his family, said: ‘Indeed I see the boat of Ja’far ibn Abū Ṭālib experiencing turbulence within the sea deviating (from its course).’ He (Abū Bakr) said: ‘Are you able to show me?’ He said: ‘Come close to me.’ So he came close to him and he wiped his eyes. Then he said: ‘Look.’ So Abū Bakr looked and he saw the boat experiencing turbulence in the sea. Then he looked (and saw) the mansions of Al-Madīnah; so he said within himself: ‘Now I believe that you are a sorcerer.’ So Allāh’s Messenger, may blessings be upon him and his family, said: ‘You are As-Siddīq. (i.e. you affirm and believe in what the pagans say.’”7

Translated By: Raha ibn Donald Batts
Excerpted from: Ruin not Rapprochement.

[1] Translator’s note: It is sufficient for him as a virtue that he is who he is; i.e. Abū Bakr As-Siddīq.
[2] Al-Anwaar An-Nu’maaniyah by: Al-Jazaa’iree 1/53
[3] Al-Burhān by: Al-Bahraanee 1/500
[4] Talkhees Ash-Shaafī by: At-Toosee pg. 407
[5] At-Taraa’if by: Ibn Taawus pg. 32
[6] Mir’aah Al-‘Uqool: The Explanation of Ar-Rawdah by: Al-Majlisee 3/429-430
[7] Tafsīr Al-Qumee 1/290

Benefit: The Vileness of the Imāmīyyah Shīʿah

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

Shaykh Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar Bāzmūl (حفظه الله) said: “Do you know that the Imāmīyyah Shīʿah celebrate the 9th day of Rabīʿ al-Awwal because it is the day that ʿUmar ibn al-Khaṭṭāb (رضي الله عنه) was killed at the hands of Abū Luʾluʾah al-Majūsī whom they have nicknamed Bābā Shujāʿ and described as being the brave believer?! Therefore, they celebrate this day and make it a day of ʿEīd.”

Source: Shaykh Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar Bazmūl's Facebook Page
Translated by: Musa Shaleem Mohammed

Benefit: The Vileness of the Rāfiḍah

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

Ṭalḥah ibn al-Muṣarrif [d. AH 112] said: "Had I not been in wudūʾ, I would have informed you of things the Rāfiḍah say!"1
[1] al-Dhahabī [d. AH 748], Siyar Aʿlām al-Nubalāʾ.
Translated by: Umm Ṣufyān

The Concern for Tawḥīd in Relation to Rectification of the Ummah: Groups That Deviated From This

  Abū ʿIyāḍ Amjad Rafīq

The second of three talks from the set entitled: The Concern for Tawḥīd in Relation to Rectification of the Ummah (Islām in Our Times, April '07 - Toronto, Canada). In this segment, Abū ʿIyāḍ identifies various groups and sects of Islām, and how most, if not all of them were influenced by the Kuffar in their methodology of supposed 'rectification' and the calamitous result of their straying from the Prophetic Methodology. From the sects examined: The Khawārij, the Murjiʿah, the Ikhwān al-Muslimūn (including Sayyid Qutb), the Muʿtazilah, the Shīʿah and the Qadariyyah.

The Deviations of the Rāfiḍah Regarding the Noble Qurʾān

  Shaykh ʿAlī al-Ḥadādī

Some examples of the Rāfiḍah's belief in the Qurʾān: its alteration, deficiency, distortion and omission.  Also, their belief in revelation other than what the Prophet (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhī wa-salām) came with,  their belief in other revelation that they hold to be more prolific and all-encompassing than the Qurʾān, and finally, their belief that the Qurʾān is created.

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