MUNAFIQ a religious hypocrite,who does not have faith, but pretends to

What will you say after reading this Kufriyats

 

1. Al-Laah can tell a lie. (Fataawa Rasheediyah, vol. 1. Page 19).

 

2. Al-Laah does not know beforehand what His creations would do. Al-Laah comes to know of their doings only after they have done something. (Tafseer Bulghatul Hairaan pages 157 and 158).

 

3. Shaitaan (Satan) and the Angel of death are more knowledge able than the holy Prophet is (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam). (Baraaheen-e-Qaati’ah, pages 51 and 52).

 

4. The Prophet of Al-Laah was not aware of his ultimate fate and of things beyond a wall. (Barraheen-e-Qaati ‘ah, page51).

 

5. The kind of knowledge and the amount of knowledge of the unseen given by Almighty Al-Laah to the holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) has also been given to animals, lunatics and children. (Hifzul Ieemnan,page 7).

 

6. Even the thought of the holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) occurring during Namaaz is much worse than to be immersed in the thought of an ox or a donkey. (Siraat-e-Mustaqeem,page 86). (But the thought of Thanvi Sahib or any other Deobandi Mullaa coming during Namaaz is justified).

 

7. The appellation Rahmatul Lil ‘Aalameen is not an exclusive attribute of the holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam). Other saintly persons also can be called Rahmatul Lil’Aalameen. (Fataawa Rasheediyah vol. 2. Page 12).

 

8. To the common people, the expression “Khaatim-un-Nabiy-yeen” means the “last Prophet”. To the knowing people this is not a correct view. Even if a Prophet was to be born after the holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) it would still have no effect on the concept of the finality of Muhammad (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam). (Tahzeerun-Naas,Pages 3 and 25).

 

9. The holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) learnt the Urdu language from the ‘Ulama of Deoband. (Baraaheen-e-Qaati ‘ah,page 26).

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ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS NECESSARY

It means that such a person must believe in the essential requirements of the Islamic faith, and he should not do anything against the spirit of the faith. In the same book we come across this statement:

“That is to say, it is an agreed view of the Islamic scholars that a person who violates the essential requirements of Islam is a disbeliever, though he may be a follower of the Qiblah and he may spend his entire life in performing the acts of obedience, as has been stated in Sharah-E- Tahreer by Imam Ibnul Hammam.”

The books of Islamic belief, law and principles are full of clear directives and details on this point.

(Tamheed Ul Iman by Ala Hazrat radi allahu anhu)

DISRESPECT TO ALLAH AND HIS PROPHET صلى اله عليه وسلم IS WORSE THAN IDOL WORSHIP

Fourthly, this subject has its own plain logic. Can a person, who offers prayers five times a day with his face towards the Qiblah and worships Maha Dev once a day, be regarded by any sensible person to be a Muslim? The action of worshipday Maha Dev and the action of calling Allah a liar or insulting the Prophet are equally the acts of disbelief but the acts of disrespecting Allah and His Prophet are definitely more serious than worshipping Maha Dev. ‘Some acts of disbelief are worse than others’. The reason is that worshipping an idol is a symbolic denial of Allah, but this symbolic denial, is not equal to the actual denial. Moreover, prostration (sadja) before an idol can be possibly given a rational explanation that it may have been just an act of respect and not an act of worship. Any act of respect done in the form of prostration (sadja), is not an act of disbelief in itself. For example, if a person comes before a scholar or a spiritual leader and prostrates before him as a mark of respect, he win be judged as a sinner but not a disbeliever. The Islamic law has condemned idoIatory by the non-Muslims as disbelief because it falls into a pattern of disbelief in their life-style. On the contrary, talking ill of Prophet Muhammad صلى اله عليه وسلم is in itself a disbelief, which leaves no chance of Islamic belief left in this case. I am not relying here basically on the difference that the Islamic community can by its unanimous decision forgive a worshipper of an idol but even one thousand Imams cannot and would not forgive a person, who talks ill of the Prophet of  Islam صلى اله عليه وسلم .

Our Hanafi scholars of distinction like Imam Bazazi, Imam Ibnul Hammam, Allama Maula Khasrau author of Dar Radd-E-Gharoor, Allama Zain bin Najeem auttKJr of Bahrar Raaiq and Ishbah Wan-N-Nazaair, Allama Umar bin Najeem auttKJr of Naharul Faaiq, Allama Abu, Abdullah Muhammad bin Abdullah Ghazi author of Tanveer-ul-Absaar, Allama Khairuddin Ramli author of Fataawa Khairiyya, Allama Shaikh-Zada author of Majma-ul-Anher, Allama Mudaqaq Muhammad Ali Haskafi author of Durr-E- Mukhtar and many other prominent scholars have held this view. (For further details and discussion on this point see my book “Fataawa-E-Rizwiyah”).
It should be understood that the inability to forgive is limited to the court of an Islamic ruler, because he has to pronounce death sentence even after hearing the plea of forgiveness. On the other hand, if somebody seeks forgiveness sincerely and heartily it is acceptable in the court of Allah. There is a danger that these insolent people may put up an excuse that there is no point is seeking forgiveness because it cannot be granted. The correct positon is that the disbelief will be obliterated; you will become a Muslim and get rid of the eternal confinement to Hell. To this extent there is unanimity amongst the Islamic scholars (see Rudd-ul Mukhtar and other books).

(Tamheed Ul Iman by Ala Hazrat radi allahu anhu)

Interest on Bank deposits

In interest-infected countries, interest from hostile non-Muslims or from those non-Muslims whose avowed object is to destroy the Muslims whenever opportunity arises is quite legal. What is true of non-Muslim individuals is true also of non-Muslim Banks and organizations.

Whom can Zakaah not be given to?

Zakaah cannot be given to:

1. Parents and grandparents.
2. Sons, daughters and their children.
3. A persons wife or husband.
4. Non-Muslims
5. For direct payments of funeral expenses.
6. For the maintenance of the Masjid, its repairs and construction.
7. Persons as salaries or wages.
8. Sayed – descendants of Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).

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