The question arises why have the Islamic scholars issued a verdict of disbelief when so many Islamic Interpretations are possible? Obviously, they have given importance to the more probable possibility, which goes towards disbelief If we do not take this view, the statements and the reasoning of the scholars will be- come null and void. Further details can be seen in Jami-ul-Fasooleen, Radd-ul- Mukhtar, Hashia Allama Nooh, Multaqit Fataawa Mujjat, Tatar Khaniyah, Majma-ul-Anher, Hadiqah Nadiyah and Sal-ul Hisam etc. The key references to the Quranic verses and Prophet’s traditions can be studied in the books concerning knowledge of the unseen, such as AI-lolul-Mahnoon etc. It all depends on the guidance and strength given by Allah. Here it would suffice to quote the following words from Hadiqah Nadiyah:
“That is to say In the books of Islamic decision only those words have been considered adequate to give a verdict of disbelief through which the speaker had the intention of expressing the disbelieving shade of meaning, otherwise it would not be disbelief”.

Only that probability is reliable which appeals to the common sense. When a statement is clear, it is not advisable to explore the far-fetched probabilities If we indulge in this sort of unreasonable exercise, nothing would be classified as disbelief. For example, Zaid says that there are two Gods. If we try to interpret this statement metaphorically as two forms of Allah’s will. The Quran, says:
“Except that which Allah decrees” (that is) the order of Allah (Quran).

(Tamheed Ul Iman by Ala Hazrat radi allahu anhu)


Ajar may say “I am the Messenger of Allah (Rasool of Allah)” .It can be presumed that he means literally because it is Allah who has put soul into his body. These presumptions are not impossible but they don’t stand to reason. It is stated in Shifa Sharif:
“Where the statement is clear in itself there is no need to hear and consider the far-fetched probabilities”

Sharah Shifa Oari says:
“Such a claim in the Islamic law IS to be rejected.

Nasim-ur-Riaz shows:
“Such an interpretation would not be considered sympathetically and it would be regarded as superfluous.”

Fataawa Khulasa, Fasool-E-Amaria, Jami-ul-Fasooleen and Fataawa Hindiah etc state, “If somebody calls himself a Prophet or a Messenger of Allah and by this he means to say that he takes messages, hence he is a Messenger, he will become a disbeliever.”
This sort of interpretation will not be considered valid. May Allah save us!

(Tamheed Ul Iman by Ala Hazrat radi allahu anhu)


The fourth fraudulent argument is denial. These insolent people flatly deny the charge of having made insulting statements against Allah and His Prophet. If they are facing a person, who has not read their books, they pretend to be innocent. On the other hand, if some scholar produces their printed books and shows their statement in writing, they either walk away with a frown on their face or look into his eyes and unashamedly say that they would go on saying the same thing over and over again, even if he convinces them to the contrary. To a lay-man, they say that their statements do not mean this. For Allah’s sake make it clear what they were intended to mean by their writers. The answer to this situation is contained in this verse of the Holy Quran. “They swear by Allah that they said nothing, (wrong). yet they did say the word of disbelief and did disbelieve after their surrender (to Allah).”
It’s a fact that liars often deny their own words.

(Tamheed Ul Iman by Ala Hazrat radi allahu anhu)


The books containing the disbelieving statement were printed and published by these Insolent people long ago. during their own life-times. Some of these books were printed twice. Time and again the scholars of Ahl-e-Sunnat printed refutations of these disbelieving statements. The printed papers, in which these insolent people have called Allah Almighty a liar, under their seals and signatures, can be seen even today. Photos of these documents were taken. I carried one photo together with other books to Makkah Muazzama and Madina Munawara for presenting the same to the scholars of these Holy places. This photo still exists in the records of the government of Arabia. This unholy verdict relating to Allah being a liar was printed 18 years ago together with a refutation in Rabiul Akhir 1308 A. H. in the magazine Siaanat-un-Naas in Hadiqah-tul-Uloom Press, Meerut. Later on, in 1318 A.H. a detailed refutation of this verdict was printed in Gulzar-e-Hasnie Press, Bombay Still later, in 1320 A.H. a very comprehensive refutation of this verdict was printed In Tuhfah-e-Hunafiah Press at Patna Azimabad.

The author of this unholy verdict died in Jamad-al-Akhir 1323 A.H. He maintained complete silence till his death. He neither said that it was not his verdict nor explained that he did not mean to say what scholars of Ahl-e-Sunnat had understood. He could have clarified what he actually meant to say. It was not an insignificant matter. which he could have ignored. It was a very serious matter of disbelief. If Zaid is alive and well; a sealed and signed verdict is openly printed under his name; he is described as a disbeliever: how can he afford to ignore it? Suppose he does so; and for a number of years his books are reprinted, others refute them branding Zaid as a disbeliever, and he lives silently for 15 years. Can a sane man conclude that he wanted to deny or did not mean it? The other insolent people, who are alive even today are silent on the subject. They can neither disown their printed books nor can they invent any other meaning of their words of insult.

(Tamheed Ul Iman by Ala Hazrat radi allahu anhu)


In 1320 A.H these disbelieving statements were printed in a single volume along with a convincing refutation. At that time some Muslim leaders contacted the head of these insolent people to ask him some intellectual questions. These questions flabbergasted the insolent people very much You can ask from those who saw them how worried they looked. But they could neither disown their statements nor Invent any meaning. Their leader said that he had not come to take part In a debate. He further said that he did not want a debate to take place because he and his teachers were ignorant in the art of  debating. His final word was that he would continue to say the same thing over and over again, even if others convinced him to the contrary.The questions together with a detailed account were printed on the 15th of Jamad-al-Akhir 1323 A.H. and this document was handed over to the head and his insolent followers. Four years have passed after this event and we haven’t heard a single voice in reply. Under these circumstances their fraudulent denial is just like saying that the insolent people who have used insulting language for Allah and His Prophet صلى اله عليه وسلم were not born in this world, and nothing can be done because it is all unreal. May Allah give them a sense of self-respect!

There is a fifth fraudulent argument, which they give; they blame scholars of Ahl-e-Sunnat for branding others as disbelievers. This shows the helplessness of the insolent people. They lack moral courage to seek forgiveness from Allah Almighty and His Prophet Muhammad صلى اله عليه وسلم for their printed insulting words and arrogant attitude. They should refer to these words clearly because Prophet Muhammad صلى اله عليه وسلم says:
When you do a wrong thing, you must immediately seek forgiveness: Secretly for your secret action and openly for your open action Imam Ahmad reports in Zuhd and Tibraani in AI-Kabeer and Baihaaqi in Shuab on the authority of Muaaz, son of Jabal through a genuine sanad.

(Tamheed Ul Iman by Ala Hazrat radi allahu anhu)

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