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Dawat-us-Salafiyyah

(Call of those who preceeded us)

Salafiyyah

According to Quran and Sunnah

Bismillah ahRahman nirRaheem (In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful)



Dawah - literally means "call", and in this sense it
refers to calling to the Truth through preaching and propagation.



  • Say (O Muslims), "We believe in
    Allâh and that which has been sent down to us and that which has been sent
    down to Ibrâhim (Abraham), Ismâ'il (Ishmael), Ishâque (Isaac), Ya'qûb
    (Jacob), and to Al-Asbât [the twelve sons of Ya'qûb (Jacob)], and that
    which has been given to Mûsa (Moses) and 'Iesa (Jesus), and that which has
    been given to the Prophets from their Lord. We make no distinction between
    any of them, and to Him we have submitted (in Islâm)."
    [The
    Noble Qur'an Al-Baqarah 2:136]



  • Invite (mankind, O Muhammad SAW) to
    the Way of your Lord (i.e. Islâm) with wisdom (i.e. with the Divine
    Inspiration and the Qur'ân) and fair preaching, and argue with them in a
    way that is better. Truly, your Lord knows best who has gone astray from His
    Path, and He is the Best Aware of those who are guided.
    [The
    Noble Qur'an An-Nahl 16:125]



  • Let there arise out of you a group of
    people inviting to all that is good (Islâm), enjoining Al-Ma'rûf (i.e. Islâmic
    Monotheism and all that Islâm orders one to do) and forbidding Al-Munkar
    (polytheism and disbelief and all that Islâm has forbidden). And it is they
    who are the successful.
    [The Noble
    Qur'an Al-Imran 3:104]



  • Say (O Muhammad SAW): "This is my
    way; I invite unto Allâh (i.e. to the Oneness of Allâh - Islâmic
    Monotheism) with sure knowledge, I and whosoever follows me (also must
    invite others to Allâh i.e to the Oneness of Allâh - Islâmic Monotheism)
    with sure knowledge. And Glorified and Exalted be Allâh (above all that
    they associate as partners with Him). And I am not of the Mushrikûn
    (polytheists, pagans, idolaters and disbelievers in the Oneness of Allâh;
    those who worship others along with Allâh or set up rivals or partners to
    Allâh)."
    [The Noble Qur'an Yusuf
    12:108]






Salaf - literally means "those (from
history) who precede, have gone before".  



As-Salaf as-Saalih - The
people of the past, namely the first three generations
of pious muslims
during and after the revelation of the Qur'an, i.e.the
Sahabah (companions) of the Prophet,
saaws
, the Taabi'een (followers) and the Taabi Taabi'een (followers of
the followers).

Islam teaches that As-Salaf as-Saalih are superior in their
understanding of the Revelation of Al-Qu'ran. Generally speaking, the people
present during any event (such as the revelation of the Quran) will understand
it better than those who read about it later. 


  • The Prophet, saaws,
    said: "I am leaving you two things and you will
    never go astray as long as you cling to them -- they are the Book of Allah
    and my Sunnah."
    [Reported by Al-
    Haakim - Sahih].

  • "The best of people is my generation, then
    those who come after them, then those who come after them (i.e. the first
    three generations of Muslims)."
    [Reported
    by Bukhari and Muslim- Mutawaatir. Muslim, Narrated 'Aisha - Shaykh
    Al Albaanee declares it Hasan in Saheeh Al Jaami' no.3288].

  • "The best of people are my generation, then the
    second, then the third, then there will come a people, having no good in
    them."
    [[related by Ibn Mas'ood] [Tabaraanee
    in Al-Kabeer] Shaykh Al Albaanee declares it to be Hasan. See Silsilatul
    Ahaadeeth ad-Da'eefah no.3569, and Saheeh Al Jaami' no. 3293.]

  • "My Ummah will not unite upon error."
    [Reported by at-Tirmidhee and Haakim - Sahih]
  • The best of people are my generation, then those who
    follow after them, then those who follow after them, then there will come
    after them a people who will be fat, and they will love obesity, bearing
    witness before being asked to."
    [related
    by the Umars, sons of Husayn(r)] [Tirmidthee, authenticated by Imaam Al
    Haakim] Shaykh Al Albaanee declares it to be Saheeh. See Silsilatul
    Ahaadeeth As-Saheehah no. 699, and Saheeh Al Jaami' no. 3294
    .




Salafi - means "of the salaf".  The
"i" (sounds like "ee" on the end of the word means "of
the", "of" and/or "are".  Using correct arabic
grammar, the word "salafi" can only be used in association with words
that are of that which is truly from the far past. In order to be
a salaf, you had to exist generations prior to the current one. Referring
to oneself as a salafi* is permissible in Islam so long as the intention
is for identification with the salafi minhaj and this identification does
not replace your identification as being MUSLIM, as this is what
Allah swt has commanded us in The Qur'an to call ourselves. While it is
important, as many scholars have said, to distinguish ourselves from the
innovators, we first do this in our actions
(i.e. do not sit with the people of innovation, engage the sunnah in our daily
lives, etc.), and to do so in speech, we can best do so by clearly stating that
we are followers of the pious predecessors ("Ana a-taaba
as-salaf as-saalih".

    Those Muslims whose intentions are to follow the Qur'an
and Sunnah of the Prophet saaws
and the salaf, know better than to divide themselves into a sect (a dissenting
or schismatic religious body; especially one regarded as extreme or heretical)
that parts from following clear proof in Quran and Sunnah.  


  • "And this Ummah will divide into seventy-three
    sects all of which except one will go to Hell and they (i.e. the Saved Sect)
    are those who are upon what I and My Companions are upon (i.e. those who
    follow My Way and the Way of my Companions.)"
    [Reported
    by at-Tirmidhee - Hasan]

  • "Verily those before you from among the People
    of the Book split into seventy-two sects and verily this religion . . .
    ", and in another narration, " . . . this Ummah will split into
    seventy-three sects: seventy-two will be in the Fire and one in Paradise and
    that is the Jamaa'ah."
    [Reported by
    Abu Daawood - Sahih]

  • When questioned by his Companions about those who will be saved from the
    Fire, the Messenger (sallallaahu 'alaihi wasallam) replied: "They
    are those who are upon what I and my companions are upon."
    [Reported
    by at-Tirmidhee from Amr ibn al-Aas - classified as Hasan.]


A muslim may announce his intentions to adhere to the Dawat-us-Salafiyyah,
which is identical to saying the dawah of Islam with mere emphasis on rejecting
innovation in implementing and understanding the Qur'an and Sunnah of the
Prophet Muhammad saaws
and accepting the guidance of the Salaf-as-Saalih (as instructed by
Muhammad saaws
to do so).  Because not one ounce of arrogance will make it into the gates
of Paradise, no muslim would want to be so bold as to declare himself as a
member of Firqatun-Naajiyyah (the saved group of Muslims), for only Allah
swt knows who that truly is, but instead would speak of his intentions to
be of the saved group, by his intentions to adhere to the dawat-us-salafiyyah.


  • Sheikh al-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah said: "It is self-delusion to say
    'I am saved' and not pessimistic, for example being too secure saying 'I
    have the attributes of the salaf, I am saved', We still have to humble
    ourselves and not to say that we have the attributes of the Salaf. So I say
    to these people, not everybody who opposes me a thing from this path will
    become one of those who will perish, for verily the disputer may be a
    mujtahid who was wrong, and Allaah will forgive him his mistakes. Or maybe
    the proof did not reach him, enough to satisfy his needs (i.e. to understand
    it). Or maybe he has enough good deeds in which Allaah will wipe away his
    bad deeds."

  • "O you who believe! Do not put (yourselves)
    forward before Allâh and His Messenger (SAW), and fear Allâh. Verily! Allâh
    is All-Hearing, All-Knowing."
    [Surah
    al-Hujuraat 49:1].

  • "And hold fast, all of you together, to the
    Rope of Allâh (i.e. this Qur'ân), and be not divided among yourselves, and
    remember Allâh's Favour on you, for you were enemies one to another but He
    joined your hearts together, so that, by His Grace, you became brethren (in
    Islâmic Faith), and you were on the brink of a pit of Fire, and He saved
    you from it. Thus Allâh makes His Ayât (proofs, evidences, verses,
    lessons, signs, revelations, etc.,) clear to you, that you may be
    guided."
    [Surah Al-Imrân 3:103].


Muslim - Whereas a person of a sect may improperly refer to
himself as a Shia, Sufi, etc., those who adhere to dawat-us-salafiyyah
describe themself as a "Muslim" whose minhaj
(methodology/system) is Qur'an and Sunnah and madhdhab (way) is that of
the salaf. There is ample proof to say it is more than sufficient to call
oneself simply a Muslim.


  • And strive hard in Allâh's Cause as you ought to
    strive (with sincerity and with all your efforts that His Name should be
    superior). He has chosen you (to convey His Message of Islâmic Monotheism
    to mankind by inviting them to His religion, Islâm), and has not laid upon
    you in religion any hardship, it is the religion of your father Ibrahim
    (Abraham) (Islâmic Monotheism). It is He (Allâh) Who has named you
    Muslims both before and in this (the Qur'ân)
    , that the Messenger
    (Muhammad SAW) may be a witness over you and you be witnesses over mankind!
    So perform As­Salât (Iqamat-as-Salât), give Zakât and hold fast to Allâh
    [i.e. have confidence in Allâh, and depend upon Him in all your affairs] He
    is your Maula (Patron, Lord, etc.), what an Excellent Maula (Patron, Lord,
    etc.) and what an Excellent Helper!
     [Surah
    Al-Imrân 3:78]

  • Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taimiyyah reported that one of the Salaf (Pious
    Predecessors) said, "I do not mind which out of the two blessings was
    greater. that Allaah guided me to Islaam, or that he kept me away from these
    innovated sects. By Allaah , the Most High, in the Qur'aan He called us
    the Muslims, the Believers and the Worshippers of Allaah, so we will not
    leave the manes which Allaah has names us with in favour of names innovated
    by the people which they call themselves by and also their forefathers for
    which Allaah has send down no proof".
    (In al-Wasiyyatul-Kubraa.Taken
    from the Book Forty Hadeeth On: The Call to Islam and the Caller By Shaikh
    'Alee Hasan 'Alee 'Abdul Hameed)
  • Abu-I Aas, r.a., a companion of the Prophet (saaws) said: "Since I
    have now handed over to you what is rightfully yours, I now declare that
    there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah. By
    God, the only thing that prevented me from declaring my acceptance of Islam
    while I was with Muhammad in Madinah was my fear that you would think that I
    did so only to appropriate your wealth. Now that I have discharged my trust
    in this matter, I now declare that I am a Muslim."
  • Ikrimah, r.a., a companion of the Prophet (saaws) said: ""I
    testify that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is His servant and
    His messenger." The Prophet (saaws) then instructed him to say, "I
    call on God and those present here to witness that I am a Muslim who is a
    Mujahid and a Muhajir".

  • The Apostle of Allah (peace be upon him) commanded to kill him: he was a
    spy of AbuSufyan and an ally of a man of the Ansar. He passed a circle of
    the Ansar and said: I am a Muslim. A man from the Ansar said, Apostle
    of Allah, he is saying that he is a Muslim. The Apostle of Allah (peace be
    upon him) said: There are people among you in whose faith we trust. Furat
    ibn Hayyan is one of them. [Abu Dawood
    #2646, Narrated Furat ibn Hayyan]

  • Then when 'Iesa (Jesus) came to know of their
    disbelief, he said: "Who will be my helpers in Allâh's Cause?"
    Al-Hawâriûn (the disciples) said: "We are the helpers of Allâh; we
    believe in Allâh, and bear witness that we are Muslims (i.e. we
    submit to Allâh)."
    [Surah Al-Imrân
    3:52]


The belief that "times have changed" and that we should now do
differently than what Allah swt commanded us, is an innovated madthab (way).
There were sects during the time of the Prophet (saaws) and immediately
following, just as there are today. The companions of 'Iesa (Jesus) and
Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon them both, all referred to
themselves simply as Muslims.

However, as Muslims, we must not dispute over simple titles, as the correct
way of living is of upmost importance, not the labels we claim upon ourselves.
Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid has said, "The one who is seeking
salvation has to work hard to gain beneficial knowledge and do righteous deeds,
and he should avoid vain arguments and futile discussions in which there is no
benefit." What is important is that we implement the way of the salaf as-saalih
in our daily lives, insomuch as it is consistent with Quran and Sunnah.

Names - you can name yourself, your masjid, your computer
files, your associations, etc. - anything halal. For instance if a baby is named
"Yasmin" meaning jasmine, the mother who chose the name is not stating
that she IS a jasmine stone or even that she has the attributes of a jasmine;
such a name is a permissible name because the item itself, the jasmine, is not
haram. So if a name includes the word "salaf" anywhere in it, this is
halal. However for a person of today to identify oneself AS a salaf is
incorrect.

One can refer to himself as "muttaqi" (male) or "muttaqiyyah"
(female) meaning of the muttaqun, but should not make a sunnah of calling
himself a "muslim muttaqi".  A person alive today can be muttaqi
but cannot be salafi because s/he is not of the past.

Those who adhere to the sunnah of the Prophet, saaws, are sadly known as
"strange", "odd", etc., to those who have abandoned such
adherence. They (muslims on a misguided path) even get to the point that they
find it odd that someone would just call themselves a MUSLIM and
attach no special group name to the word muslim. Surely the people who deviate
are the people who must find a new label for their group. The label "muslim"
is the purest word and all we need, insha'Allah, i.e. it is the only identifying
label that we should have as a tradition or sunnah for calling ourselves when
refering to our faith.


  • The Prophet, saaws, has mentioned in his saying: "Islam
    began as a stranger and shall return as a stranger as it began. So give glad
    tidings to the strangers."
    [Reported
    by Muslim - Sahih].

  • And who is better in speech than he who [says:
    "My Lord is Allâh (believes in His Oneness)," and then stands
    straight (acts upon His Order), and] invites (men) to Allâh's (Islâmic
    Monotheism), and does righteous deeds, and says: "I am one of the
    Muslims."
    [The Noble Qur'an 41:33]




Madhdhab Salafi- means the way (madhdhab) of the salaf (first
three generations of pious muslims after the revelation of the Qur'an).


  • Ibn Taymiyyah (d.728H rahimahullaah)
    says: "There is no blame on the one who manifests/proclaims the way (madhdhab)
    of the Salaf, who attaches himself to it and refers to it. Rather, it is
    obligatory to accept that from him by unanimous agreement (Ittifaaq),
    because the way (madhdhab) of the Salaf is nothing but the Truth (Haqq)."
    [From Majmoo al-Fataawaa, 4:149.]
  • Abu Haneefah (d. 150H rahimahullaah) said: "Adhere to the athar
    (narration) and the tareeqah (way/following) of the Salaf (Pious
    Predecessors) and beware of newly invented matters for all of it is
    innovation" [Reported by As-Suyootee in
    Sawn al Mantaq wal-Kalaam p.32]

  • Imaam adh-Dhahabee (d.748H rahimahullaah) - said: "It is
    authentically related from ad-Daaraqutnee that he said: There is nothing
    more despised by me than 'irnul-kalaam (innovated speech and rhetorics). I
    say: No person should ever enter into 'ilmul-kalaam, nor argumentation.
    Rather, he should be a follower of the Salaf." [Siyar
    16/457]


Following the madhdhab of the salaf is unlike following one of the madhdhabs
(schools of thought) of today.  Today when a person says they follow a
madhdhab, they mean they follow one of the four Imams (Maliki, Hanafi, etc..),
often to the point that even if the Imam's chosen position on any topic is
clearly in error, they will follow it anyway, just for the sake of consistency
in following the same Imam.  In the true use of the word "madhdhab",
the way of the salaf is a madhdhab.  In the modern sense of the word
"madhdhab", the way of the salaf is not a madhdhab, meaning it does
not require or encourage blind
adherence to a single leader like the practice of muslims who follow any one of
the four major madhdhabs of today.



Minhaj Qur'an wa Sunnah- means methodology of Qur'an and
Sunnah.  


  • Shaikh Saalih al-Fawzaan said, " The reasons for disunity are many.
    From amongst the main causes are: Firstly, opposing the minhaj (methodology)
    of the Salaf, the Companions of Allaah's Messenger and those who follow
    them. So the Salaf had a minhaj that they adhered to; a manhaj in aqeedah
    (creed), a manhaj in da'wah (calling to Allaah), a minhaj in enjoining good
    and forbidding evil, a manhaj in how to judge between people. This minhaj,
    in all situations, was based upon the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of our
    Messenger." [Wujoob ut-Tathabbut
    fil-Akhbaaar p.18]




Bid'a- Innovation
in ibaddah [worship], to be avoided!


  • The Prophet, saaws,
    has said: "If anyone introduces into this affair
    of ours (i.e. the religion of Islam) anything which does not belong to it,
    he will have it rejected."
    [Reported
    by Muslim - Sahih].

  • The Prophet, saaws,
    said: "Whoever does an action which we (Allah and
    His Messenger) have not commanded it will be rejected."
    [Reported
    by Muslim - Sahih]




Shirk- To
associate a partner with Allah swt.  The greatest sin.



Tawheed- The Oneness of Allah, swt.


  • Tawheed-ar-Ruboobiyya (Oneness of the Lordship of Allah).
     

    • To believe that there is only one Lord for all the universe, its
      Creator, Organizer, Planner, Sustainer, Maintainer, etc., and that is
      Allah swt.


  • Tawheed-al-Uloohiyya (Oneness of the worship of Allah).

    • To believe that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah.  Worship
      comes in the form of praying, invoking, asking for help from the unseen
      or anything believed to be a deity (i.e. idols), swearing, slaughtering
      sacrifices, etc.

      • "And the mosques are for Allâh (Alone), so invoke not anyone
        along with Allâh." [Surah Al-Jinn
        72:18].

      • "Say (O Muhammad SAW): "I am only a man like you. It has
        been inspired to me that your Ilâh (God) is One Ilâh (God i.e. Allâh).
        So whoever hopes for the Meeting with his Lord, let him work
        righteousness and associate none as a partner in the worship of his
        Lord." [Surah Al-Kahf 18:110]




  • Tawheed-al-Asma was-Sifat (Oneness of the Names/Attributes
    of Allah)

    • To believe that all the best of names/attributes (i.e. "The Most
      Merciful", etc.) belong to Allah as described in the Qur'an and by
      Prophet Muhammad saaws,
      and must not be twisted or expanded upon nor given similtude to human
      characteristics.

      • "Say (O Muhammad (Peace be upon him)): 'He is Allâh, (the)
        One. Allâh-us-Samad (The Self-Sufficient Master, Whom all creatures
        need, He neither eats nor drinks). He begets not, nor was He
        begotten; And there is none co-equal or comparable unto Him.' "
        [Surah Al-Ikhlas 112].
      • "...There is nothing like unto Him, and He is the All-Hearer,
        the All-Seer." [Surah Ash-Shura
        42:11]






Dawat-us-Salafiyyah maintains that these three principles of Tawheed
are inseparable from one another because they are the pillars of the meaning of
the testimony: "Laa ilaaha il Allah" (There is nothing which
has the right to be worshipped except Allah). Dawat-us-salafiyyah
encourages the Muslim to apply Tawheed to his or her daily way of
thinking and acting.

 

Dawat-us-Salafiyyah (also
"Dawah Salafi", or "salafi dawah" although this is an
english transposition of the two words
- [say DOW-uh(t) uh  sal-uh-FEE-uh]) 
 Literally means call of the past, those who preceded us.  This is the
spreading of Islam in accordance with Qur'an and Sunnah, recognizing the
understanding of the pious Salaf in this matter as being superior (more
accurate) than modern ideas and inventions, with an intention to avoid
innovation in ibaddah (an all encompassing word for worship, i.e.
halal [permissible] acts of submission to Allah swt).


  • Dawat-us-Salafiyyah teaches that the Qur'an is the indisputable
    Truth of Allah, s.w.t.

    • Verily We: It is
      We Who have sent down the Dhikr (i.e. the Qur'an) and surely, We will
      guard it (from corruption).
      [The
      Noble Qur'an Al-Hijr 15:9]


  • Dawat-us-Salafiyyah encourages the muslim to run from Bid'a,
    actively try to remove shirk, think and act on Tawheed, and
    compare none to Allah, swt.

    • You [true believers in Islâmic Monotheism, and
      real followers of Prophet Muhammad SAW and his Sunnah (legal ways,
      etc.)] are the best of peoples ever raised up for mankind; you enjoin
      Al-Ma'rûf (i.e. Islâmic Monotheism and all that Islâm has ordained)
      and forbid Al-Munkar (polytheism, disbelief and all that Islâm has
      forbidden), and you believe in Allâh.
      ...[The
      Noble Qur'an Al-Imran 3:110]


  • Dawat-us-Salafiyyah teaches the Muslim to worship Allah t'ala out
    of a combination of fear and hope.

    • "And do not do mischief on the earth, after
      it has been set in order, and invoke Him with fear and hope; Surely, Allâh's
      Mercy is (ever) near unto the good­doers."
      [Surah
      A'râf 7:56]

    • "Their sides forsake their beds, to invoke
      their Lord in fear and hope, and they spend (charity in Allâh's Cause)
      out of what We have bestowed on them."
      [Surah
      as-Sajdah 32:16]


  • Dawat-us-Salafiyyah does not neglect the Sunnah of the
    Prophet, saaws.
     The muslim who clings to and engages in acts according to the Sunnah,
    sadly, becomes a 'stranger' to those who have gone astray.

    • The Prophet, saaws,
      has mentioned in his saying: "Islam began as
      a stranger and shall return as a stranger as it began. So give glad
      tidings to the strangers.
      " [Reported
      by Muslim - Sahih].

    • And in another narration: "So give glad
      tidings to the few, those who purify, correct what the people have
      corrupted of my Sunnah."
      [Al-Silsilah
      of Shaikh al-Albaani - Sahih].


  • One cannot follow Dawat-us-Salafiyyah if s/he is Shi'ah or Sufi
    or if s/he prescribes to a madhdhab based on blind adherence to a
    single Imam
    of any generation. Why? The Salaf have informed us
    not to follow their own ruling on a matter if stronger proof existed
    elsewhere that they were in error, i.e. contradicting Qur'an or Sunnah,
    whereas a madhdhab that follows a single Imam (i.e. Imam Hanbal, Imam
    Malik, etc.) encourages blind adherance to a single Imam and all of his
    rulings alone.  Of course it is permissible to seek guidance from the
    writings, etc., of Imams, but it is required of the muslim to reject
    whatever s/he was clinging on to (i.e. beliefs and actions) once the Truth
    is made plain.
  • Dawat-us-Salafiyyah gives precedence to the Word of Allah far above
    all others

    • "O you who believe! Do not put yourselves
      forward in the presence of Allah and His Prophet and fear Allah. Verily
      Allah is All-Hearing and All-Knowing."
      [Surah
      al-Hujuraat 49:1].


  • Dawat-us-Salafiyyah teaches us to love His Prophet, saaws.
    (but not to worship him!)

    • The Prophet, saaws,
      said: "None of you believes until I become
      more beloved to him than his father, child and all mankind."

      [Reported by Muslim - Sahih].


  • A muslim who adheres to the Dawat-us-Salafiyyah cannot
    be any of the following, which are basically groups of people adhering to
    deviation as a principle foundation in belief.

    • The sects of the Khawaarij who consider the Muslims to be
      Kaafirs (nonbelievers) due to their commiting major sins, and make
      lawful the taking of their wealth and blood.

    • The sects of the Shi'ah (Shi'ites) who hate and curse the
      Prophet's Companions and claim them to be apostates, claim that the
      Qur'an has been altered, reject the authentic Sunnah and worship the
      Prophet's Family, peace be upon them.

    • The Qadariyyah who deny Qadar
      (the Divine Decree).

    • The Murjiah who claim Imaan (Faith) to be only in words and not
      in deed.

    • The Asharriyah who deny Allah's Attributes.
    • The Sufis who worship graves, saints and claim Divine
      incarnation.

    • The Muqallidoon who necessitate that every Muslim adhere to the
      Madhhab (School of Thought) of a particular Imam or Shaikh, even when
      that madhdhab differs with the clear verses of the Qur'an and authentic
      hadiths of the Prophet, peace be upon him.


  • Modern scholars may only come to teach remind us of the instructions of
    the original Salaf. Among the scholars who follow(ed) the Salaf-us-Salih
    in belief and deed, insha'Allah, are:

    • Imam Abu Hanifah (150 AH), Al-Awzai (157 AH), Ath-Thawri (161
      AH), Al Laith ibn Saad (175 AH), Imam Malik (179 AH), Abdullah ibn al-Mubarak
      (181 AH), Sufyan ibn Uyainah (198 AH), Imam Ash-Shafi'i (204 AH), Ishaq
      (238 AH), Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal (241 AH), Al-Bukhari (256 AH), Muslim
      (261 AH), Abu Dawood (275 AH) and others.

    • Ibn Taymiyyah (728 AH) and his students, Adh-Dhahabi , Ibn al-Qayyim,
      Ibn Katheer and others. [All listed lived between 728 and 774 AH]

    • Muhammed bin 'Abd al-Wahhab [1206 AH] and many of his students
    • Abdul Aziz bin Baz, Muhammed bin Saalih Utheimeen, Muhammed
      Naasir-ud-Deen al-Albaani (1332 to 1419 AH) [of our time].




 



Ibn 'Uthaymeen warns the Muslims from the Salafi Group

By Sheikh Ibn al-'Uthaymeen

From his [the Prophet](SAW) statement,

"Whoever lives amongst you will see much differing, so adhere to my
Sunnah",

It can be learnt that if parties (ahzaab) within the ummah emerge in
increasing numbers then one should not affiliate himself to a party (hizb). In
the past, many groups have appeared; Khawaarij, Mu'tazilah, Jahmiyyah, Shee'ah,
even Raafidah. Then there appeared, later on Ikhwanis, Salafis, Tablighis, and
all those like them. Put all of them to one side and take [the path] ahead.
Which is what the Prophet SAW guided to. "Adhere to my Sunnah and the
Sunnah of the rightly guided caliphs." No doubt, it is obligatory for all
Muslims to adopt the way of the salaf as their madhhab, not affiliation to a
specific party (hizb) named, "The Salafis". It is obligatory for the
Islamic Ummah to adopt the way of the salaf as-salih as their madhhab, not
bigotry to those called "the salafis". Pay attention to the
difference: There is the way of the salaf, and there is a party (hizb) called
"the salafis".

What is the objective? Following the Salaf. Why? The salafi brothers are the
closest sect to that which is right, no doubt, but their problem is the same as
others, that some of these sects declare others as being misguided, they declare
them to be innovators and as being sinners. We don't censure this, if they
deserve it, but we censure handling this bid'ah in this way. It is obligatory
for the leaders of these sects to get together and say, “Between us is the
book of Allah, and the Sunnah of His messenger, so lets us judge by them and not
according to desires, opinions and not according to personalities. Everyone
makes mistakes and achieves correctness no matter what he has reached with
regards to knowledge and worship. Infallibility is [only] in the religion of
Islam."

In this hadeeth the Prophet SAW guided to the way in which a person secures
himself. He doesn't affiliate him to any sect, only the way of the salaf as-salih,
to the Sunnah of our Prophet SAW and the rightly guided caliphs.

 



The Noble Qur'an An-Nisâ' 4:115

And whoever contradicts and opposes the Messenger
(Muhammad SAW) after the right path has been shown clearly to him, and follows
other than the believers' way. We shall keep him in the path he has chosen, and
burn him in Hell - what an evil destination.

 


Shaikh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah commented on this verse: "All who
contradict and oppose the Messenger after the right path has been clearly
shown to them, have followed other than the Path of the Believers; and all
who follow other than the Path of the Believers have contradicted and
opposed the Messenger after the right Path has been shown to them. If one
thinks that he is following the Path of the Faithful Believers and is
mistaken, he is in the same position as one who thinks he is following the
Messenger and is mistaken."


 


*Related Link:   A
Ruling on saying "I am a Salafi"
from Sheikh
Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid


Action Items for the Muttaqun:


  • If a person asks you,
    "Who is your sheikh?" it is best to answer, "Prophet Muhammed,
    salli allahu aleihi
    wa salam
    (peace and blessings be upon him)."  

  • If someone asks you,
    "What are you?" you should answer, "Muslim
    (believer in
    tawheed), insha'Allah
    (only by Allah's Will / if Allah Wills it)."

  • If someone asks you,
    "What is your minhaj
    ("methodology", i.e.
    methods, rules, procedures, etc.)?" you should answer, "Quran
    and Sunnah."

  • If someone asks you,
    "What is your madhdhab
    ("way", e.g. direction,
    manner or mode)?" you may answer, "Salaf, insha'Allah"

  • If a person were to
    ask, "What dawah
    (call) do you follow?" or "What
    do you teach
    (call the people to)?" you could reply, "Dawat-us-Salafiyyah,
    insha'Allah."

  • Insha'Allah you can
    clearly identify yourself in the best of manners and at the same time
    distinguished yourself from the people of innovation with the following
    words or something to its effect.....


    • I am a muslim. My
      methodology is Qur'an and Sunnah. Insha'Allah I follow the way of the
      salaf muslims.

    • Ana muslim. Minhaji Al-Quran
      wa Sunnah. Insha'Allah madhdhabi i-tabaa al-muslimeen al-salafeen.

    • Or:
    • I am a follower of the
      righteous predecessors.

    • Ana a-tabaa as-salaf as-saalih.




Remember... Allah, subhana
watala
, sees everything we do!





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http://muttaqun.com/salafiyyah.html

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uihh.. panjang berjela..

Quote:
A muslim who adheres to the Dawat-us-Salafiyyah cannot
be any of the following, which are basically groups of people adhering to
deviation as a principle foundation in belief.


- The Asharriyah who deny Allah's Attributes.

- The Sufis who worship graves, saints and claim Divine
incarnation.

- The Muqallidoon who necessitate that every Muslim adhere to the
Madhhab (School of Thought) of a particular Imam or Shaikh, even when
that madhdhab differs with the clear verses of the Qur'an and authentic
hadiths of the Prophet, peace be upon him.



islamic_prince tau tak beratnya hukum menyatakan seseorang tu terseleweng aqidahnya drp ajaran Islam yg sbnr.. apa akibatnya jika tuduhan yg anda buat tu tak benar.. rasa dah hebat sgt ker sampai boleh hukum org terkeluar drp landasan aqidah sesuka hati..??

Quote:
Modern scholars may only come to teach remind us of the instructions of
the original Salaf. Among the scholars who follow(ed) the Salaf-us-Salih
in belief and deed, insha'Allah, are:

- Imam Abu Hanifah (150 AH), Al-Awzai (157 AH), Ath-Thawri (161
AH), Al Laith ibn Saad (175 AH), Imam Malik (179 AH), Abdullah ibn al-Mubarak
(181 AH), Sufyan ibn Uyainah (198 AH), Imam Ash-Shafi'i (204 AH), Ishaq
(238 AH), Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal (241 AH), Al-Bukhari (256 AH), Muslim
(261 AH), Abu Dawood (275 AH) and others.

- Ibn Taymiyyah (728 AH) and his students, Adh-Dhahabi , Ibn al-Qayyim,
Ibn Katheer and others. [All listed lived between 728 and 774 AH]

- Muhammed bin 'Abd al-Wahhab [1206 AH] and many of his students

- Abdul Aziz bin Baz, Muhammed bin Saalih Utheimeen, Muhammed
Naasir-ud-Deen al-Albaani (1332 to 1419 AH) [of our time].



betul la tu.. ulama' lain sumer terkeluar drp ajaran salaf ekk.. hujjatul islam imam al-ghazali rh, imam an-nawawi rh, imam ibn hajar rh etc.. jika ikut list tu maknanya sumer ulama' kat m'sia ni pun tak boleh pakai jugalah.. fatwa yg dikeuarkan oleh majlis fatwa kebangsaan & majlis fatwa negeri2 pun tak leh pakai la sbb tak ikut 'mazhab' salaf.. astaghfirullah..

kalo rasa dah hebat sgt kan, ilmu dah cukup byk.. pi la bincang dgn pihak2 yg bertanggungjawab dlm hal ehwal agama di negara kita ni.. takat copy & paste kat dlm ukhwah ni, tak der effect aper pun.. menambahkan kekeliruan lg ader la, dlm bab aqidah lak tu.. islamic_prince sanggup nak bertanggungjawab..??

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[QUOTE] [betul la tu.. ulama' lain sumer terkeluar drp ajaran salaf ekk.. hujjatul islam imam al-ghazali rh, imam an-nawawi rh, imam ibn hajar rh etc.. jika ikut list tu maknanya sumer ulama' kat m'sia ni pun tak boleh pakai jugalah.. fatwa yg dikeuarkan oleh majlis fatwa kebangsaan & majlis fatwa negeri2 pun tak leh pakai la sbb tak ikut 'mazhab' salaf.. astaghfirullah/QUOTE]

uitt...berat tuduhan tue..dlm posting ni mmg takde kan tuduh mereka semua ni terkeluar dr ajaran sebenar??..(kalau ana tersilap bace..sorry r)



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bkn ana yg cakap, tp dlm teks tu sendiri dah simpulkan kan.. yg ikut manhaj salaf jer yg betul.. lg pun ulama' yg ana sebut tu sumer asy'ariah, kan..

berhati2 lah nak sampaikan ilmu.. bkn sumer perkara boleh nak share dlm open forum mcm ni..

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posticon Posting pada: 12-02-05 01:32


kat situ ada tulis 'others' bkn 'just'

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Satu artikel yang terlalu berat sebelah dan meletakkan skop salaf berdasarkan fahaman sendiri dan menyesatkan orang lain yang tidak sefahaman dengan mereka.

Sebenarnya lebih kepada mazhab wahhabi dari salafi sebenarnya..

Disarankan jangan dipost artikel sebegini untuk kemasalahatan ummah.

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Dalam List nama tue pun..kita dah tau..bahawa Imam 4 Mazhab pun antara Salaf...

Tak kata .. pun.. hujjatul islam imam al-ghazali rh, imam an-nawawi rh, imam ibn hajar rh etc antara As'syariah yang sesat.....

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mmg la others.. tp cuba nengok timeline tu.. drp zmn salaf terus lompat pd 700H.. dah tu dlm thn 400-700H tak der ulama' yg ikut salafussoleh ker, sdgkan mereka yg lbh hampir pd zmn ni.. lps tu dr zmn ibn taimiyyah lompat pd muhammad abdul wahhab.. ulama' lain hilang mana..??

mcm sdra rahabiah cakap, artikel ni mmg berat sebelah pd golongan wahhabi.. dlm nak sampaikan ilmu anda perlu ada 3 perkara: taqwa pd Allah SWT, amanah dgn ilmu yg disampaikan & bertanggungjawab atas apa yg anda perkatakan..

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posticon Posting pada: 12-02-05 01:56


Saper kata dia tak hentam ulamak seperti Imam Ghazali dan Imam Ibn hajar.. Cuba lihat quote ini:
Quote:
A muslim who adheres to the Dawat-us-Salafiyyah cannot
be any of the following, which are basically groups of people adhering to
deviation as a principle foundation in belief.

The Asharriyah who deny Allah's Attributes.
The Muqallidoon who necessitate that every Muslim adhere to the
Madhhab (School of Thought) of a particular Imam or Shaikh,



Imam-imam ahlussunnah telah sepakat akan keharusan bermazhab aqidah dengan mashab asy'ari..

Begitu juga keharusan bertaqlid bagi yang bukan mujtahid telah ada ijmak padanya. Hanya golongan mustaslif sahaja yang menyebut ayat sebegitu.

Juga ayat di bawah:

Quote:
One cannot follow Dawat-us-Salafiyyah if s/he is Shi'ah or Sufi
or if s/he prescribes to a madhdhab based on blind adherence to a
single Imam of any generation



Imam2 seperti Imam Ghazali, Nawai dan Ibn Hajar juga terkeluarlah begitu kerana mereka termasuk ulamak sufi juga dan mengharuskan bertaqlid bagi muqallid kepada sesorang imam mujtahid mana-mana zaman.

Bertaqwalah dari membuat posting2 sebegini..

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Sufi yang dimaksudkan sini..jikalau sufi2 yg sesat..bkn sufi je terus sesat.....

Quote:
- The Sufis who worship graves, saints and claim Divine
incarnation.



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Quote:
The Muqallidoon who necessitate that every Muslim adhere to the
Madhhab (School of Thought) of a particular Imam or Shaikh, even when
that madhdhab differs with the clear verses of the Qur'an and authentic
hadiths of the Prophet, peace be upon him.





even when that madhdhab differs with the clear verses of the Qur'an and authentic hadiths of the Prophet, peace be upon him.



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ana x rasa posting ni berat kpd wahabi.
lain la dlm posting ni ada tulis 'belilah barangan wahabi utk mendapat berkat' .mmg ternyata ditolak

tapi dr segi posting ni,ana rasa ia lebih mengajar kita supaya terus berlandaskan Al-Quran dan Sunnah.

Sampai bila kita nak dibelenggu dgn adat adat semata-mata ??
sampai bila kita nak dibelenggu dgn ikutan semata-mata??

ana harap dgn posting ni,dpt mengajar diri ana terutamanya dan kpd semua org utk terus ikut Al-Quran dan Sunnah....


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mcm yg ana kata.. imam2 yg ana sebut tu sumer aliran asy'ariah.. dlm artikel tu jelas dinyatakan aliran asy'ariah dah terkeluar drp 'manhaj salaf', tak gitu..

jika artikel ni tak berat sblh, mcm ana ckp lah.. kenapa dikhususkan ulama ikut certain zmn jer.. zmn salaf, lompat pd zmn ibn taimiyyah rh, pas tu pd muhammad abdul wahhab.. in between tu naper tak sebut nama ulama' lain.. lps tu menyesatkan semua yg tak sefahaman dgn penulis..

cukuplah cth2 nama ulama' yg diberikan utk kenal pasti artikel ni berat pd wahhabi ker tak.. it's clear enough, tak perlu nak dalih2..

Quote:
even when that madhdhab differs with the clear verses of the Qur'an and authentic hadiths of the Prophet, peace be upon him



isu ni dah bincang panjang lebar dlm topik sblm2 ni.. rujuk la balik kot2 dah terlupa.. di mana bukti bhw ajaran mazhab bercanggah dgn AQ & al-hadith.. & apa syarat2 yg diperlukan utk tetapkan sesuatu masalah tu selari dgn AQ dan al-hadith ataupun tak.. layakkah kita dgn ilmu yg terlalu sedikit ni nak tentukan sendiri..

Quote:
whereas a madhdhab that follows a single Imam (i.e. Imam Hanbal, Imam
Malik, etc.) encourages blind adherance to a single Imam and all of his rulings alone.



nampak sgt penulis artikel ni tak fhm ttg mazhab.. ingat kalo mazhab hanbali tu, imam ahmad rh sorang je ker yg kuar fatwa.. mazhab maliki tu pun fatwa drp imam malik rh sorang jer ekk..??

Quote:
Sampai bila kita nak dibelenggu dgn adat adat semata-mata ??
sampai bila kita nak dibelenggu dgn ikutan semata-mata??



taqlid pd mazhab tu adat ker..?? ikutan ker..??

Allahu a'lam..



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posticon Posting pada: 12-02-05 11:48


Jelas dia mengumumkan sufi dalam kenyataan tu kepada sesat:

Quote:
One cannot follow Dawat-us-Salafiyyah if s/he is Shi'ah or Sufi



Malah meyamakannya pulak dengan syiah. Ana bukan ambil yang petikan satu lagi tu, tetapi yang lebih atas tu.

Cuba fahami Bahasa Inggeris. Di situ beliau maksudkan muqallidun adalah mereka yang bertaqlid dengan seorang imam mana2 zaman walaupun bercanggah dengan Alquran dan Hadis. Sedangkan haqiqat muqallidun bukan sedemikian rupa. Benda ni da dibincangkan dah pun sebelum ini.

Quote:
tapi dr segi posting ni,ana rasa ia lebih mengajar kita supaya terus berlandaskan Al-Quran dan Sunnah.



Ish bahaya tu.. Boleh eh TERUS berlandaskan alquran dan Sunnah? Hebatnya saudara boleh terus amik dari alquran dan Sunnah je. Kalau saudara maksudkan pegangan asas kita adalah Al-Quran dan Assunnah ana rasa semua orang yang mengaku Islam tau benda ni..

Bertaqwalah kepada Allah dari membawa dakyah2 sebegini ke dalam masyarakat.

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posticon Posting pada: 12-02-05 13:37


1.Mcm Mcm style org bace artikel nih yeh ...

sufi(x totally sesat)..
Malah ilmu tentang tasauf ni juga dituntut dalam Islam....
Rasanya tajuk ttg topik Tasauf menurut pandangan Ibnu Taimiyah ada dlm forum nih..

Tentang Mazhab dan Taqlid tue..rasenyer leh rujuk tajuk 'Taqlid n Ittiba'.



Quote:
jika artikel ni tak berat sblh, mcm ana ckp lah.. kenapa dikhususkan ulama ikut certain zmn jer.. zmn salaf, lompat pd zmn ibn taimiyyah rh, pas tu pd muhammad abdul wahhab.. in between tu naper tak sebut nama ulama' lain.. lps tu menyesatkan semua yg tak sefahaman dgn penulis..



Lagi 1..kebanyakkan Ulama2 selepas Imam Mazhab 4 tue..mereka hanya ikut jejak langkah Imam Mazhab 4 tue..KeBanyakkAnnye la...Oleh itu,pendapat mereka mesti la kebanyakkannya sama dgn pendapat Imam Mazhab 4 tu.
Cuma apa bila sampai ke zaman Ibnu Taimiyah,mereka berpendapat pintu ijtihad itu masih terbuka luas.

Maybe Saudari Alea13 leh beri antara ulama2 Salaf yang tidak disebut dalam topik tu..kongsi la bersamer..antara Ulama2 yg mashur..dan sumbangan2 nya..
Ana akui..mmg banyak lagi ulama2 yg mashur x disebut dalam topik nih ini x bererti ana juga tolak ulama2 tersebut...

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Quote:
Oleh itu,pendapat mereka mesti la kebanyakkannya sama dgn pendapat Imam Mazhab 4 tu. Cuma apa bila sampai ke zaman Ibnu Taimiyah,mereka berpendapat pintu ijtihad itu masih terbuka luas



aper maksud anda ni, i'm not so clear.. jika anda nak kata drp 300-700H pintu ijtihad tertutup, lps zmn ibn taimiyyah rh baru dibuka semula.. ana nasihatkan anda rujuk dulu kitab sblm cakap sth yg anda sendiri tak pasti..

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Maybe Saudari Alea13 leh beri antara ulama2 Salaf yang tidak disebut dalam topik tu..kongsi la bersamer..antara Ulama2 yg mashur..dan sumbangan2 nya..



tau ker salaf tu aper..?? dlm artikel tu dah disebutkan senarai ulama salaf.. yg ana tanya, mana hilangnya ulama khalaf in between 300-700H, antara zmn ibn taimiyyah & muhammad abdul wahhab etc.. nak sebutkan cth, bkn ker ana dah sebut 3 tu.. itupun i'm sure the writer wouldn't agree with me if i said these imams followed the manhaj of salafussoleh.. nak sebut nama yg kontemporari pun ramai, islamic_prince boleh cari sendiri.. rajin surf internet kan..??

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mana hilangnya ulama khalaf in between 300-700H,


jawapan kot

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anda nak kata drp 300-700H pintu ijtihad tertutup, lps zmn ibn taimiyyah rh baru dibuka semula


takde la sampai baru dibuka


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ana nasihatkan anda rujuk dulu kitab


Insya Allah..Tq nasihat di atas...ana akan cuba rujuk kitab balik..hehehe..banyak lg benda detail detail ana belum tau..



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Saudara bersetuju bahawa bukan semua sufi sesat, tetapi penulis telah menyempitkan skop bahawa sesiapa yang mengikut manhaj salafussoleh tidak boleh mengikut sufi. Jadi saudara sendiri berselisih dengan apa yg saudara post kan.

Berkenaan imam antara kedua zaman tu, apa agaknya sebab dia tak sebut? Kalau anda katakan mereka mengikut imam 4 mazhab bermakna semua imam tu pun ikut mahaj salfussoleh lah. Jadi mengapa tidak disebutkan antara kedua tempoh tu.

Mengapa saudara katakan bahawa di zaman ibn taymiyah baru mereka berpendapat pintu ijtihad masih terbuka. Sedangkan memang Imam-imam antara kedua zaman tersebut spt Imam Ghazali juga sama pendapatnya.

Terdapat dua gap di sana. Antara zaman 4 sahabt dgn ibn taymiyah. Kemudian antara ibn taymiyah sehingga zaman muhammad bin abd wahab. Apa bezanya diorang ni dgn jutaan ulamak lain. Bezanya ulamak2 terkemudian yang disebutkan oleh penulis itu sealiran dan berbeza aliran dengan jutaan ulamak lain tu. Abd Aziz bin baz dan salih utsaimain merupakan pembawa semula kepada ajaran muhammad b abd wahab yg cuba pula menimbulkan semula ajaran ibn taymiyah.

Ana tak sebutkan dorang ni salah atau sesat, tapi harapnya janganlah disempitkan sangat skop salafussoleh atau manhaj salafussoleh kepada yang sealiran dengan mereka ajer.. Semua yang mengikuti aliran mana2 mazhab yang ada adalah mereka yang mengikuti manhaj salafussoleh, manakala mereka yang suka berijtihad sendiri dan tidak mahu bertaqlid dengan mana2 imam itulah yg lari dari manhaj salafussoleh.

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1.Sufi yg dimaksudkan kat sini..adalah sufi sesat..bkn semua sufi~..

2.tentang ibnu taimiyah tue plak..ana bukan katakan bahawa masa ibnu taimiyah SAHAJA.mmg benar..ada ulama2 lain juga yg berpendapat sebegitu ..

Tentang Mazhab ,taqlid n ittiba.Rasanye leh refer kat topik "Beza Taqlid dan Ittiba"



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Anda tidak boleh menjadi sufi atau syii jika anda mengikuti manhaj salafussoleh.. Bukankah ini ayat yang umum yang menyentuh semua sufi? Malah penulis tu telah menyamaratakan pula sufi dengan syi'e. Tuduhan yang amat berat sekali. Nampak sangat betapa taksubnya penulis ni.

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Cuma apa bila sampai ke zaman Ibnu Taimiyah,mereka berpendapat pintu ijtihad itu masih terbuka luas



Cuba saudara padam ayat tersebut baru selari dengan ayat saudara juga :

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tentang ibnu taimiyah tue plak..ana bukan katakan bahawa masa ibnu taimiyah SAHAJA



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Tentang Mazhab ,taqlid n ittiba.Rasanye leh refer kat topik "Beza Taqlid dan Ittiba"



Ana dah rujuk pada persetujuan kita di forum tersebut dan ia memang bercanggah dengan posting tersebut, tu sebabla ana sebutkan sekali lagi di sini. Muqallid dlm masalah feqh kepada sesorang Imam bukanlah orang yang sesat. Itu kita da setujui. Mengapa timbul pula isu ini???

Sekali lagi ana sebutkan. Bukalah minda anda. Jangan biarkan anda terkongkong dengan fikiran sebegini. Manhaj Salafussoleh bukanlah satu manhaj yang ada di mulut kita semata tanpa ilmu yang cukup. Manhaj Salafussoleh bukanlah milik satu golongan yang menggikuti jalan ibn taymiah dan muhammad bin abd wahab semata-mata. Janganlah terlalu sempit dan beku pemikiran kita.

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ana rasa lbh baik islamic_prince baca artikel tu & fahamkan betul2 apa yg dimaksudkan oleh penulis tu.. jgn bila kenyataan anda dah saling bercanggah, cuba2 lak nak alter & buat tafsiran sendiri..

berkaitan sufi tu:

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1. Muslim - Whereas a person of a sect may improperly refer to himself as a Shia, Sufi, etc., those who adhere to dawat-us-salafiyyah describe themself as a "Muslim" whose minhaj (methodology/system) is Qur'an and Sunnah and madhdhab (way) is that of the salaf.

2. One cannot follow Dawat-us-Salafiyyah if s/he is Shi'ah or Sufi or if s/he prescribes to a madhdhab based on blind adherence to a single Imam of any generation.



--> penyataan umum utk sufi, malah disetarakan pula dgn fahaman syiah.. satu tuduhan yg berat.. sedikitpun tak dinyatakan utk kumpulan sufi yg sesat.. dr segi bahasa kenyataan umum spt ni bermaksud semua..

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A muslim who adheres to the Dawat-us-Salafiyyah cannot be any of the following, which are basically groups of people adhering to deviation as a principle foundation in belief.

- The sects of the Khawaarij who consider the Muslims to be Kaafirs (nonbelievers) due to their commiting major sins, and make lawful the taking of their wealth and blood.

- The sects of the Shi'ah (Shi'ites) who hate and curse the Prophet's Companions and claim them to be apostates, claim that the Qur'an has been altered, reject the authentic Sunnah and worship the Prophet's Family, peace be upon them.

- The Qadariyyah who deny Qadar (the Divine Decree).

- The Murjiah who claim Imaan (Faith) to be only in words and not in deed

- The Asharriyah who deny Allah's Attributes

- The Sufis who worship graves, saints and claim Divine incarnation

- The Muqallidoon who necessitate that every Muslim adhere to the Madhhab (School of Thought) of a particular Imam or Shaikh, even when that madhdhab differs with the clear verses of the Qur'an and authentic hadiths of the Prophet, peace be upon him



--> adapun ttg penyataan ni, sukalah ana jelaskan tafsiran anda tu sbnrnya tak tepat, malah jauh tersasar drp apa yg dimaksudkan oleh penulis.. cuba lihat elok2 pattern ayat tu.. apa yg ana bold tu semua attributes yg terdapat pd golongan berkenaan.. cuba nyatakan, mana ada gol. khawarij yg tak kata seseorang tu kafir bila lakukan dosa besar, mana gol. syiah yg tak benci pd para sahabat rdh (& worst case mengkafirkan mereka).. begitu juga dgn sifat2 gol. qadariyyah & murji'ah spt yg disebutkan di atas.. maka secara tak langsung penulis juga bermaksud gol. asy'airah menafikan sifat2 Allah SWT, gol. sufi sbg pemuja kubur & muqallid sbg golongan yg taqlid buta.. semuanya disebutkan secara umum (in other words = semua golongan ni tak termasuk dlm manhaj salaf)

jika bahasa yg simple mcm ni pun anda tak boleh nak fahamkan, mcm mana anda boleh claim nak ambil hukum bersandarkan pd AQ & nas yg shahih semata2.. sdgkan penguasaan bahasa adalah yg pertama yg perlu diperhatikan sblm bljr ilmu2 lain.. ni baru english, belum arabic lagi..

dlm nak sampaikan ilmu anda perlu ada 3 perkara: taqwa pd Allah SWT, amanah dgn ilmu yg disampaikan & bertanggungjawab atas apa yg anda perkatakan.. jika tak pasti atau tak tahu, lbh baik buat rujukan & bertanya dulu sblm hantar sebarang artikel..

Allahu a'lam..


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Salam.
em..ada ke sufi yg sesat?sesat macam mana tu??

setahu ana yg mendakwa sebagai sufi tp sesat tidak lg digelar sufi tetapi dinamakan sebagai MUTASAWWIFAH ( mendakwa diri sebagai sufi) sedankan para ulama sufi jauh sekali dr pegangannya.

Ibnu Taimiyyah dikira ulama salaf ke??
bukan ke salaf adalah mrk yg prnh hidup dlm lingkungan diantara zaman Rasulullah hingga 300hijriyyah berdalilkan dr hadist yg berbunyi 'Khourul qurun qarny summal lazina yalunahum summalllazina yalunahum"
kan sebut 3 kurun disitu.satu kurun 100tahun, 3kurun 300 tahun lah.
Ibnu taimiyyah hidup dlm zaman salaf tu ka?



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On 2005-02-13 14:09, ainul_qalby wrote:

Ibnu Taimiyyah dikira ulama salaf ke??
bukan ke salaf adalah mrk yg prnh hidup dlm lingkungan diantara zaman Rasulullah hingga 300hijriyyah berdalilkan dr hadist yg berbunyi 'Khourul qurun qarny summal lazina yalunahum summalllazina yalunahum"
kan sebut 3 kurun disitu.satu kurun 100tahun, 3kurun 300 tahun lah.
Ibnu taimiyyah hidup dlm zaman salaf tu ka?







Petikan tu tak bermaksud Ibnu taimiyyah tu hidup di zaman salaf.. tp, beliau adalah antara ulama' yg mengikut SalafusSoleh... n nama2 yg dilist tu antara ulama'2 yg juga m'ikut Salaf... [ AMONG ]

Remember... Allah, subhana
watala, sees everything we do! << ni yg penting!

p/s: ana harap 'perbincangan' ni memberi manfaat pada semua.... apa yg penting, pertingkatkan amalan kita [ Cinta Allah matlamatku, Syahid yg ku idamkan... ]

WaLLahua'LaM..

Salam

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posticon Posting pada: 14-02-05 08:26




menjawab soalan islamic_prince ttg ulama' dr aliran asy'airah.. boleh rujuk dr link berkenaan:

1. The Ash'ari School - Almarhum Syeikh Sayyid Muhammad Alawi al-Maliki..

2. Sejarah & Konsep ASWJ - Dr. Muhammad Uthman el-Muhammady..

Allahu a'lam..

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