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Who must engage in debates? - Shaykh Ul Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah and Shaykh Ibn Uthaymeen

Shaykh Ul Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah (رحمه الله) said:

وقد ينهون عن المجادلة والمناظرة إذا كان المناظر ضعيف العلم بالحجة وجواب الشبهة


Shaykh Ibn Uthaymeen (رحمه الله) said: … 132 more words


Refuting the hizbi "Salafis make Taqleed of Shaykh Rabii’ (Al Madkhalee); they follow him blindly.”


For those who made this claim, Firstly they must prove that Shaykh Rabii’ has had his own opinions that he invented which were not in accordance with that of the other Scholars. 647 more words


The theory of Darwin and that of Hizb-ut-Tahriir

Darwin claimed to be a very knowledgeable person and according to his knowledge and research, he claimed that the human race originated from apes. If some people had fallen prey to this misguided belief at that time, today the falsehood of the theory of Darwin is clear to everyone. 650 more words


Refuting the accusation 'Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahab did not believe in the Shafaa'at of the prophet'.

Muhammad Ibn Abdil Wahhaab believes in the Shafaa’at of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) as it is mentioned in numerous ahaadith. But he conveyed that only those who died upon Tawheed will benefit from this Shafaa’at; and also, Allaah (عز و جل) will allow the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) to make Shafaa’at for whom He wills; and only after the satisfaction of Allaah with the person will the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) make his Shafaa’at. 101 more words


Refuting the Qur'aaniyyoun on "Hadiith only brings division and confusion"

A Mauritian Qur’aani said concerning the books of Hadith:

(Impact News, Friday 26 octobre 2007 No 746)



The Sunnah of the Prophet was never the cause of division among Muslims.

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Refutation against the Mauritian Deobandi Muftee - Is Al Ihsaan similar to wahdat-ul-wujud ?

The Deobandi ‘muftis’:

Rather it (wahdat-ul-wujud) is an advanced degree of piety and of taqwa which we name as ‘ihsaan’ in the language of Hadiith.

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