Tag: Muḥammad ibn Ibrāhīm Āl al-Shaykh

Splitting and Differing

So Allāh – the Most High – ordered all of the Believers to cling to the Rope of Allāh collectively, and not to split-up. And clinging to this Rope of Allāh has been explained as meaning: Clinging to the Book of Allāh, to His Religion, to Islām, to ikhlās (purity of belief and actions to Allāh), to His Commands, to His Covenant, to His obedience and also to the Jamāʿah. Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymīyyah (d.728H) raḥimahullāh Allāh – the Most High – said: “O you who believe!  Have taqwá (fear and obedience) of Allāh as you should do, and do not die except that you are Muslims.  And...

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In Defense of al-ʿAllāmah Muḥammad ibn Ibrāhīm Āl al-Shaykh

Muḥammad ibn Ibrāhīm was not infallible. He was a scholar from amongst the scholars; he made mistakes sometimes, and he was correct sometimes; he was not a prophet or messenger. A General Clarification of the Issue Imām Ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah1 said: “As for ruling by other than what Allāh revealed, and abandoning prayer,2 then this is certainly disbelief in action. It is not possible to negate the name of disbelief from him after Allāh and His Messenger ﷺ have called him that. So the one who rules by other than what Allāh revealed is a disbeliever, and the one who abandons prayer...

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