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Is Today’s Bible Authentic or Perverted?

January 12, 2010 By: Mohammad Rafique Etsame Category: Other Profile

8 How do ye say, We are wise, and the law of the LORD is with us? Lo, certainly in vain made he it; the pen of the scribes is in vain. 9 The wise men are ashamed, they are dismayed and taken: lo, they have rejected the word of the LORD; and what wisdom is in them?

The children of Israel (Ppuh) (Jews) perverted the law of God, by the evil pen of scribes, the law of the Lord is no longer with them. The Bible of today is not the true authentic one, but it is the perverted copy that they changed.

And the burden of the LORD shall ye mention no more: for every man’s word shall be his burden; for ye have perverted the words of the living God, of the LORD of hosts our God.

The children of Israel (Ppuh) (Jews) perverted the Bible; it is no longer the word of God.

Woe unto them that decree unrighteous decrees, and that write grievousness which they have prescribed;

The children of Israel (Ppuh) (Jews) wrote down lies in the book of God, and said it was from God. They perverted the Bible into evil lies.

I. JOHN 2, VERSES 18 & 19
Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time. 19 They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would no doubt have continued with us: but they went out, that they might be made manifest that they were not all of us.

Many antichrist movements were out even at the time of the disciples. They said they were from the disciples and spoke the truth, but they were not of them, instead they told evil lies about them and they perverted the truth.

Also of your own selves shall men arise, speaking perverse things, to draw away disciples after them.

These are the ones John talked about; they went out from them but are not of them. They teach perverted lies about Jesus (Ppuh) and his true disciples to draw people after them. These people went out to the world even during the time of the true disciples of Jesus (Ppuh).

II. JOHN 1, VERSES 7 ? 11
7 For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist. 8 Look to yourselves, that we lose not those things which we have wrought, but that we receive a full reward. 9 Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and the Son. 10 If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither bid him God speed: 11 For he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds.

At the time of the true disciples of Jesus (Ppuh), many deceivers had entered the world, not speaking the truth from Jesus (Ppuh), but instead, violated his teaching; they crossed the line and stopped confessing that he came in the flesh; they said they were believers of Jesus Christ (Ppuh), but they perverted the truth of Jesus (Ppuh) into evil lies.

ROMANS 16, VERSES 17 & 18
17 Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them. 18 For they that are such serve not our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly; and by good words and fair speeches deceive the hearts of the simple.

The deceivers were going around teaching a perverted gospel of evil lies about the doctrine of Christ.

Which is not another; but there be some that trouble you, and would pervert the gospel of Christ.

Again, some were perverting the Gospel of Christ, saying they were believers of Christ, but instead they perverted his Gospel into evil lies.

Author’s Notes:
The Bible (Old and New Testaments) were perverted.

(Ppuh) = Prayers and peace upon him. (Pput) = Prayers and peace upon them.
May God forgive me if I didn’t add (Ppuh) or (Ppu


November 27, 2009 By: Mohammad Rafique Etsame Category: Other Profile

by M.R.E

Eid-ul-Azha is an important event of lsam. Millions of Muslims from all over the world offer sacrifice on this occasion. It s a source to gain blessings of God and purity and piety. Sacrifice is such a process that all of the Islamic Ummah see eye to eye with its authoritativeness and authenticity. The Holy Prophet (PBUH). And his companions (God be pleased with them) used to offer It on the eve of Eid-uld-Azha. Sacrifice is necessary (Wajib) for him who has potentiality. It is proved in the light of Quran, Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and with the practice of companions and verdict of famous Muslims jurists like Imam Abu hanifa, Imam Shafie, Imam Ahmed Bin Humble, Etc. (Tahavi Hadaya) Ijma-e-Ummat has been held on this issue, i.e to offer sacrifice on Eid-ul-Azha.

Unfortunately, some people see it as a “mustahab” not “wajib” . It means that if a man offers sacrifice, he will be rewarded on the Day of Judgment and if he dies not, then he will never be punished. They are of the opinion that the majority of the companions considered this worship as sort of superogatory worship and not a compulsory one. That is why they did not offer sacrifice on this day. They say that Hazrat Bilal Habshi offered the “sacrifice of chicken” on this auspicious day. Hazrat Ibne Abbas, on this day sent for his servant to market, asked him to bring meat worth two dirham. When he returned, Hazrat Ibne Abbas pointed to that meat and said that it was the ‘sacrifice’ of ibne Abbas. So, it is a need of the time to explain the Islamic point of view on the sacrifice of Eid-ul-Azha in the light of Holy Quran and Ahadith so that misunderstandings should be removed about it.

Almighty Allah says in the Holy Quran: “And for every nation have we appointed a ritual, that they may mention the name of Allah over the beast of cattle that He hath given them for food; and your God is One God, Therefore surrender unto Him. And give good tidings (O Muhammad (PBUH) to the humble whose hearts fear when Allah is mentioned, and the patient of whatever may be fall them, and those who establish worship and who spend of that We have bestowed on them And the camels’. We have appointed them among the ceremonies of Allah Therein ye have much good. So mention the name of Allah over them when they are drawn up in line. Then when their flanks fall (dead), eat thereof and feed the beggar and the suppliant. Thus have We mad them subject unto you, that haply ye may give thanks. Their flesh and their blood reach not Allah, but the devotion from you reacheth Him (The Pilgrimage: 37)

These versed are a clear proof of the sacrifice of animals on Eid-ul-Azha. Another place Allah says : “Lo! We have given thee abundance; so pray unto thy Lord, and sacrifice. Lo! It is thy insulter (and not thou) who is without posterity (Abundance: 3). Hazrat Ibne Abbas says in the light of this Surah that it is about religious sacrifice only.

Moreover, the famous campanions of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) says that ‘nahr’ means only sacrifice of animals (Tafseer Ibne Kaseer). Another verse reveals the sacrifice of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) saying “Say: Lo! My worship and my sacrifice and my living and my dying are for Allah, Lord of the Worlds (Cattle: 162)

We concluded from above Quranic verses that :-

1. Every past nation had its sacrifice of animals and similarly for the Muslim Ummah.

1. The Holy Prphet (PBUH) offered sacrifice in the light of Quran and then his campanions also did so. So, the sacrifice is proved by the Holy Qurans As regards the Ahadiths, so it is proved by authentic Ahadiths as:-

1) Hazrat Anas (God be please with him) narrated that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) slaughtered two he-goats on the Eid-day whose hides were white and black and horns were high. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) put his foot on their neck and recited ‘Bismillah-e-Wallah-o-Akbar’ (Bokhari, Muslim).

2) Mother of the faiths, Hazrat Aisha Siddiqah (God be pleased with her) narrated that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) said that no process of the Muslim is rewarded able on the Eid-ul-Azha than the sacrifice of animal, this is accepted while the first blood-drop do not fall on the earth yet. (Thirmadihi, Ibne Maja).

3) The Holy Prophet (PBUH) while asked about the sacrifice of Eid-ul-AZha replied that it was the Sunnah of their father Hazrat Abrahim (A.S). The companions (God be pleased with them)asked about its reward, the Holy Prophet (PBUH) replied that there was one reward against every one hair of the slaughtered animal. (Ahmed, Ibne Maja).

4) Hazrat Ibne Abbas narrated that we were on the way on the day while the Eid-ul-Azha come, so we seven persons took part in the slaughter of cow and ten persons in the camel) (Tirmadi, Nasai)

There are numerous Ahadiths reveal the authenticity of the religious sacrifice.

In short, the sacrifice of animals on the Eid-ul-Azha is proved by the Holy Quran, Sunnah and by the Ijma-e-Ummat, so, he will be punished who has potentiality and not offered sacrifice.


The Status of Sunnah in Islam by Allama Al-Albaani

July 28, 2009 By: Mohammad Rafique Etsame Category: Other Profile


Praise be to Allah, Benediction and Peace be on the Messenger of Allah, his family, his companions, and his adherents.

This is a lecture which I delivered in the city of Doha, the capital of Qatar, in the blessed month of Ramadhan 1392 A.H. Some of my friends have suggested to me to publish my lecture on account of need of the Muslims to a work of its kind. In response to their request, I am printing it for general propagation on account of its advantage, having regard for the reminiscences and history. I have added some separate titles to assist the reader to collect the main ideas. I pray to Allah, the Mighty, the Glorious, to write me among those who defend the religion and those who help enact the law; and to reward me for it. Surely he is the most generous in responding to my prayer.

Damascus 22 Muharram-al-Haram 1394 A.H.
The Status of Sunnah in Islam:
A Declaration that it cannot dispense with The Qur’an

All Praise be to Allah, we praise Him, seek His help and His forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allah from the evils of our souls and evils of our deeds. One whom Allah guides, none can lead him astray, and one whom He misguides, none can guide him. I bear witness that there is no god(1) but Allah, and I bear witness that Muhammad (SAW) is His servant and His messenger.

O you who believe. Fear Allah truly, and don’t die except in a state of Islam (3:102).

O Men fear your Lord who created you from one soul, and created its partner, and from them spread men and women in numbers. Take care, Allah will question you about it and the kinship. Surely, Allah is ever watchful of your deeds (4:1).

O those who believe. Fear Allah and say what is correct so that it fits you. He will forgive your sins. Whoever obeys Allah and His messenger that is a great achievement (33:70-71).

The best of speech is the speech of Allah. That is The Book of Allah. The best of guidance is the guidance of Muhammad. Of all matters, the worst are innovations; and everything new is an innovation, and every innovation is a deviation, and every deviation leads to Hell-fire.

I do not think that I will be able to offer this high ranking assembly – especially when there are distinguished ulama (scholars) and professors present – some knowledge which has not been dealt with before. If what I think is true, I will rest contented that my address will be a reminder, as it says in the Qur’an Remind, for the reminder would benefit the believers (51:55).

I do not think that my talk in this blessed month of Ramadhan, the month of importance, is an exposition of something of its merits, rules and their practice, and the like, which generally the preachers and instructors touch on, on account of the benefit they give to the listeners, and procure for them good and blessing; but I have chosen my talk to be a study of a general nature, surely it is one of the roots of the Shari’ah (Islamic law). It is a declaration of the importance attached to the Sunnah in the Islamic law.
The Role of Sunnah Towards The Qur’an

You all know that Allah, The Blessed and Mighty, chose Muhammad (SAW) as His Prophet and picked him to deliver the final message. The Qur’an was revealed to him and commanded him to obey all what He had ordered him to do, that is, to expound His message to the people. Allah says, We have revealed to you the Reminder (The Qur’an) to expound to people what was revealed to them (16:44).

I think that the declaration mentioned in the verse contains two orders:


Declaration of the word and its arrangement. It is the communication of the Qur’an and its non-concealment, and its pursuit to Mankind just as Allah, The Blessed Almighty, has revealed to the heart of the Prophet (SAW) which is the intent of His saying O Messenger proclaim what is revealed to you from your Lord (5:67). Sayyida Ayesha (may Allah be pleased with her) is reported to have said “Whosoever says that Muhammad (SAW) concealed something which he was commanded to communicate, is is a great calumny against Allah.” Then she read the abovementioned verse. (Bukhari and Muslim have stated it.)

And according to the narration of Muslim: “If the Messenger of Allah (SAW) had concealed something which he was commanded to communicate, he would have concealed the saying of The Almighty Behold thou didst say to one who had received the grace of Allah and thy favour: Keep your wife to yourself and fear Allah. But thou didst hide in thy heart that which Allah was about to make manifest; you did fear the people, whereas Allah had a better right that you should fear Him (33:37).


The explanation of the meaning of the word or sentence or verse for which man needs an explanation, most of which bear reference to ‘Mujmal’ (comprehensive) verses or ‘Amah’ (general) verses or ‘Mutlaq’ (unbounded) verses.

Then comes the Sunnah and clarifies the sentences and specifies the verses called ‘Amah’ and defines what is ‘mutlaq’ that is, in refernce to the saying (Qaul) of The Prophet (SAW), his deed (Fi’l) and the act he confirmed (Iqrar).

The necessity of Sunnah to understand The Qur’an and Parables on that

Allah says The male thief and female thief cut off their hands (5:38) is a fitting example of that. The thief in it is general like the hand.

The oral tradition explains the first of them and restricts it by ‘as-sareq’ (the thief) who steals something worth a fourth of a Dinar(2) according to the saying of the Prophet (SAW) There is no cutting – of the hand – unless the thing stolen is worth a fourth of a Dinar or more (Bukari & Muslim) the two shaikhs have recorded this Hadeeth.

Again, the other is explained by the action of the Prophet (SAW) or the action of his companions and his confirmation. They used to cut the hand of the thief from the wrist as is known in the work of Hadeeth. The oral tradition explains the hand mentioned in the verse on Tayammum (dust ablution) And rub therewith your faces and hands (5:6) is also the palm of the hand as is stated in a Hadeeth Tayammum is the wiping of the face and the hands recorded by the two shaikhs and Ahmad and others from a tradition reported by Ammar bin Yasir (may Allah be pleased with them).

There are other verses that cannot be completely understood except through Sunnah. They are:


It is whose who believe and confuse not their beliefs with wrong, ‘dhulm’ that are (truly) in security for they are on (right) guidance (6:82).

The companions of the Prophet (SAW) understood the word ‘dhulm’ in its general sense to mean every wrong doing, even if it be little. On this account the verse is regarded as dubious and they said, “O Messenger of Allah, which of us did not involve his faith with obscurity?” He (SAW) said; It is not that. It is only the ‘shirk'(3). Have you not heard what Luqman said: Verily, ‘shirk’ is a very great sin (dhulm) (31:13). The two shaikhs have recorded it with others.


Allah says: When you travel on earth, there is no blame on you to shorten your prayer, for fear the unbelievers will persecute you (4:101). It is obvious from this verse that fear is a pre-requisite for the shortening of prayers. Some of the Prophet’s companions asked him: “Why do we shorten our prayers while we feel safe?” He said: It is a charity from Allah, so accept it (Muslim).


Allah says: The carcass and it’s blood are forbidden to you (5:3). In explanation of this verse, the corpse of locusts, fish, the livers, spleen of blood are lawful. So the Prophet (SAW) said: He has made two dead things and blood lawful: the locusts and the fish, the liver and the spleen.

Baihaqi and others have recorded it as ‘marfu’ type of hadeeth as also ‘mauquf’ type. The ‘isnad’ od ‘mauquf’ is authentic and it is as good as ‘marfu’ tradition, since it is not stated in the form of a ‘ra’y’ (decision based on one individual’s judgement not on Qur’an and Sunnah).


Allah says: I find not in the message received by me by inspiration any (food) forbidden to be taken by one who wishes to, unless it is dead meat or blood poured forth or the flesh of swine, for it is an abomination, or what is impious (meat) on which a name has been invoked other thatn Allah’s (6:145).

The Sunnah has forbidden many things not mentioned in the verse mentioned above, as for example in the saying of the Holy Prophet (SAW): All predatory animals with tusk and every bird with claw are forbidden for consumption. There are other traditions which have forbidden the consumption of such animals as the Prophet (SAW) is reported to have said on the Day of Khayber: Allah and His Messenger have prohibited the consumption of domesticated asses, for they are filth. The two shaikhs have reported it.


Allah says: Who has forbidden the adornment of Allah which He has produced for His servants, and the things clean and pure (which he has provided for sustenance) (7:32).

The Sunnah, too, has forbidden some adornments, and this is evident from the Prophet (SAW) who is reported to have met some of his companions, and had a silk garment in one hand, and gold in the other, and said: These are prohibited to Muslim males, lawful to females. The hadeeths in their interpretation are many and well known in both the authentic collections of hadeeths, and others and the like of many examples well known to scholars familiar with hadeeth and Islamic Jurisprudence.

From what has been stated above, O Muslim Brethren, you can see the importance attached to Sunnah in Islamic Law. When we divert our intention again to the examples mentioned beside others not mentioned, we are certain that there is no way to understand the Qur’an correctly except in association with the interpretation of the Sunnah.

In the first example, the understanding of the ‘sahabah’ of ‘dhulm’ mentioned in the verse is on its general sense, despite the fact that the (Allah be pleased with them) were, as stated by Ibn Mas’ud: “The best of this community, most pious, profound in learning, least of dissimulation.” Yet with all that they erred in their understanding of that.

Were it not for the Prophet (SAW), who held them back from their mistaken notion, and made them take the step in the right direction in that the correct meaning of ‘dhulm’ in the context is shirk (association of partnership with Allah), we too would have followed in their wrong thinking. Allah, The Blessed and The Most High saved us from that wrong notion by the grace of the right direction of the Prophet (SAW) and his Sunnah.

In the second example – with Allah’s guidance – if not for the hadeeth mentioned above, we would have been in doubt at least with regard to the shortening of prayer (qasr-as-salat) during a journey while secure – if we did stipulate the condition of fear as obvious in the verse – till the companions saw the Prophet (SAW) shorten the prayers when it was safe and secure.

In the third example, if not for the hadeeth, we would have forbidden ourselves the consumption of good things made lawful to us: locusts, fish, liver, and the spleen.

In the fourth example, if not for the hadeeths, some of which we have mentioned, we would have considered lawful what Allah has made unlawful through the dictum of the holy Prophet (SAW) like predatory animals, and the birds which have claws.

And so in the fifth example, if not for the hadeeths in regard to this question, we would have considered lawful what Allah prohibited through the words of His Prophet (SAW) like gold and silk.

It is for this, some forbearers (as-salaf) say that ‘Sunnah’ pronounces judgement of The Book (al-Qur’an).
The Deviation of those who are satisfied with The Qur’an to the exclusion of Hadeeth

It is a matter of regret that according to the interpretation found in the works of some commentators and moders authors, that it is permissible to do what is stated in the last two examples: Consumption of the predatory animals and the waearing of gold and silk by referring their interpretation only to the Qur’an.

Today, a sect exists called “Quranites” who comment according to their whims and fancies; without seeking the explanation of the authentic Sunnah. They only accept and follow the Sunnah which suit their desires, the rest they throw behind. The Prophet (SAW) is reported to have said that: None of you reclines on his bed, the order comes to him on an affair which I am commanded to do or not to do. He says: “I don’t know, what is found in The Book of Allah we follow” (Tirmithi). According to another report: What is found in The Book of Allah as ‘Haram,’ we pronounce it ‘haram’ (forbidden). Surely, I am given The Qur’an and its example with it. Yet, according to another report: What the Messenger of Allah has forbidden, Allah has prohibited it.

It is a matter of regret that one renowned scholar has written a book on Islamic law and its dogma, and in its preface, he says that he has written it and that he has made reference only to The Qur’an.

This true hadeeth gives positive evidence that the divine law of Islam – As-Shari’ah – is not merely Qur’an, but Qur’an and Sunnah. Therefore, whoever holds fast to one source for reference to the exclusion of the other, he held fast to neither of them, since both complement each other. The Qur’an says Whoever obeys the Messenger, obeys Allah. Allah says, No, by your Lord they do not believe until they submit to your adjucation in all disputes between them, then they do not find themselves oppressed with your decisions and they completely submit (4:65). Again, Allah says When a matter has been decided by Allah and His Messenger, it does not behove a believer, man or woman, to have choice in their matter. One who disobeys Allah and His Messenger, he is indeed on a clearly wrong Path (33:36). Furthermore, Allah says What the Messenger teaches you, take it, and what he forbids you, avoid doing it (59:7).

In connection with this verse, I am marvelled by what is corroborated by Ibn Mas’ud (Allah be pleased with him) that is, a woman came to him and told him, “You who says: May Allah’s curse be on ‘Al-Namisat’ and ‘Al-Motanamisat'(4) and those who tattoo.” He said “Yes.” She said, “I read the Book of Allah (Al-Qur’an) from beginning to its end. I did not find what you have said. He told her, “If you have read it, you would have found it. As for your reading what the Messenger teaches you, take it, and what he forbids you, avoid doing it.” She said, “Certainly.” He said, “I have heard the Messenger of Allah (SAW) say May Allah’s Curse be on the Al-Namisat.” (Bukhari and Muslim)
Inadequacy of Philology to understand The Qur’an

From what has been stated above, it is clear that there is no scope for anyone with all his Arabic Scholarship to understand the glorious Qur’an, without the help of the Sunnah of the Prophet (SAW), his sayings and actions.

The companions of the Prophet (SAW) were the most knowledgeable in the language, which The Qur’an was revealed in, when it was not blemished by the incorrectness of the common folks knowledge or their grammatical mistakes. Yet, they erred in understanding the verses quoted above when they relied on language alone.

It is self-evident that a man well-informed of the Sunnah is more appropriate to understand The Qur’an and deduce the rules from it than one who is ignorant of it. How can it be a source to one who does not reckon it and does not make reference to it?

For this reason, it is part of the rules agreed upon that Qur’an should be interpreted by the Qur’an itself as welll as the Sunnah, then by the sayings of the Sahabah… etc. (5)

It is here that the cause of deviation of scholastic theologians (Ahlu-el-Kalam) become clear, both ancient and modern, and their opposition to the forbears ‘As-salaf’ (May Allah be pleased with them) in their doctrines not to speak of their laws. They are far from Sunnah, and knowledge of it, and rely on their intelligence and desires to decide on the verses of attributes and others.

What is best is what was written down in the exposition of Tahawi’s doctrine (page 212 Fourth Edition):

When one is not well-informed of The Book and Sunnah, what would he say about the Fundamentals of Religion (usulu-d-din)? He only receives the assertion of someone. If he says that he takes it from The Book of Allah, he does not study the commentary of The Qur’an on the basis of prophetic traditions, and reflects over it, nor what the companions (Sahabah), and the following generations narrated, which is transmitted to us from the authorities whom the critics chose. They have not transmitted the system and arrangement of The Qur’an, but its poetic expression and meaning. They did not learn the Qur’an like children, but studied it with meaning. One who does not follow in their footsteps, speaks on his own accord. One who does that thinks it be the religion of Allah, and does not study The Book of Allah, he sins, even if he is right.

One who studies The Qur’an and The Sunnah, he is rewarded, even if he goes wrong, but if he is right in his opinion, his reward is doubled. Then he says:

What is obligatory, is submission to the Messenger (SAW) carrying out his saying and accepting his saying with satisfaction and belief without contradicting it with false ideas called ‘opprehensive faculty’ (Ma’qul) bearing doubt or complaint, or offering the opinions of men and the garbage of their intellect. We unite with The Prophet (SAW) in judgement, submission, obedience and compliance, just as we have unison with Allah, glory be to Him, by worshipping Him by humility, submissiveness, repentance and reliance.

In short, what is obligatory on all MUslims is that they do not separate between Qur’an and Sunnah; whereas, it is obligatory to take both of them and to formulate the law on both of them.

This is a safeguard for them, so that they won’t fall right or left; and that they won’t fall back in error as explained by The Prophet (SAW): I leave behind me two things. You will never go astray if you hold fast to them: The Qur’an and my Sunnah.

It is self-evident after this that I say:

The Sunnah which has an important bearing on Islamic Law is only the Sunnah confirmed by scientific channels, and authentic chains of narrations known to the learned in regard to hadeeths and the background of the narrators.

It is not the one which is found in different works of Tafseers (commentaries of The Qur’an) and Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh), and in different writings of longing, intimidation, advices, and admonitions, etc…

They contain weak, spurious, and fabricated hadeeths, of which Islam absolves, like the story of ‘Harut and Marut,’ and the sotry of ‘gharanik.’ I have a special letter which makes it void and it is printed(6). A major part of it is recorded in two huge books namely “A chain of weak and fabricated hadeeths and their evil impact on the community.” Their number up to date have reached approximately four thousand hadeeths(7).

It is obligatory on the learned, especially those who spread the knowledge of fiqh and legal opinions among the public, that they shouldn’t dare to argue with hadeeth unless it is well-attested. Books of jurisprudence, which they refer to, are normally filled with traditions which are not well-attested, nor have any bases, as is well-known to the learned.

I have begun an important project, and I think it will be of use to those occupied with jurisprudence, and I will name it: “Weak and Fabricated Hadeeths in the Major Jurisprudence ‘fiqh’ Books,” by which I mean:


Al-Hidayah, by Al-Marghinani, in Hanafi fiqh,

Al-Modawwanah, by Ibnil-Qasim, in Maliki fiqh,

Sharhul-wajeez, by Al-rafiee, in Shafiee fiqh,

Al-Mughni, by Ibn Quddamah, in Hanbali fiqh, and

Bidayatul Mujtahid, by Ibn Rushd-al-Andalusi, in comparative fiqh.

I regret that I did not get the opportunity to finish it, because the journal “Al-Wa’e-al-Islami” of Kuwait which promised to publish it, when perused it, didn’t print it.

Although I missed this opportunity, perhaps I will succeed on another occasion, Allah willing, to offer to my bretheren occupied with jurisprudence a precise learned course to help them to facilitate their knowledge of the different categories of hadeeth with reference to various sources from books on hadeeth, with an explanation of its special nature and character and reliance on them. Allah is the source of success.
Weakness of Hadeeth of Muadh in the opinion And its disapproval

Before I conclude my talk, I think I must direct the attention of brethren present to a well known hadeeth. It is devoid of one of the books of jurisprudence on account of its weakness in respect of its chain of narration (isnad) and its contrdiction with what we have concluded in this talk, regarding the illegitimacy of discrimination in law between The Qur’an and Sunnah; and the necessity of taking both.

It is a hadeeth of Muadh bin Jabal (May Allah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (SAW) said to him when he sent hin to Yaman: By what source will you decide? He said, “By the book of Allah.” He then asked, If you don’t find any guidline? He said, “I will make an effort to form my own opinion.” He said, Praise be to Allah who makes success the effort of the envoy of the Messenger of Allah, to what The Prophet likes.

As for the weakness of its ‘isnad,’ there is no scope for its explanation now. But I have explained it clearly in the above mentioned chain(8).

It would suffice now to mention that the Commander of the Believers in the hadeeth ‘Imam Al-Bukhari’ (may Allah have mercy on him) says that the hadeeth is not recognized (munkar). After this I am permitted to begin to explain the conflict which I pointed.

The tradition of Muadh gives the ruler a method of three stages which does not permit to search for any rule with regard to ‘Ra’e’ (personal opinion) except that he does not find it in the Sunnah, nor in the Sunnah, except that after he does not find it in The Qur’an. It is in relation to ‘Ra’e’ a genuine method with all the learned (ulama), so that they say, “Where there is a tradition relating the deeds and utterances of The Prophet (SAW), personal opinion is void.” But in relation to Sunnah, it is not true, because Sunnah dictates The Qur’an and and clarifies its doctrines. It is then essential to search for a ruling in Sunnah, even if he thinks it is found in The Qur’an as we have mentioned it.

Sunnah is not with The Qur’an in the same manner as ‘Ar-Ra’e’ with the Sunnah. No, definitely not. It is rather necessary to regard the Qur’an and Sunnah as being one source with no discrimination between the two whatsoever. This is indicatied in a saying of the Prophet (SAW): Certainly I have come with The Qur’an and its like (meaning the Sunnah). He said They are never separated until they come to the Basin (9). The compilation mentioned between them is not correct because the separation between them is void as we have explained.

This is what I wish to draw attention to. If I am right, it is from Allah; if wrong, it is from me. I ask Allah Almighty to protect us and you from errors and from all that displeases him. I conclude my praising by “Al-Hamdu-lillahi rabbil-alameen” – Praise be to Allah, The Lord of the Worlds.


i.e.: There is no true god – but Allah – who really deserves to be worshipped by Mankind


Dinar: A form of currency


Shirk is to disbelieve in the oneness of Allah, or to offer any form of worship to other than Allah.


Namisah: a woman who plucks hers or others eyebrows – to be a thin line – to seek beauty. Such an act is forbidden. It is a means to change the form of Allah’s creation.
Motanamisah: a woman who asks others to do it for her.


This states other than what is known by many of the learned: to comment on The Qur’an itself if there is not any Sunnah, then by the Sunnah. This will be explained in at then end of this treatise on the hadeeth of Muadh bin Jabal – may Allah be pleased with him.


Its title is “Pitch of majaniq to demolish the story of gharaniq” printed by Al-Maktabul-e-Islami
Story of gharaniq: is a fabricated story found in some commentaries, claiming that a verse in The Qur’an acknowledged the polytheists in their beliefs.


The number at present [1394 A.H.] has exceeded five thousand and may Allah make easy its publication in the near future. So far only five hundred have broken into print.


No. 885 of the chain mentioned, and we hope that the volume which includes it will be published shortly, ‘insha Allah.’


i.e. until the Day of Judgment.

(from”Sultan Islamic Links”)

Service is worship

June 09, 2009 By: Mohammad Rafique Etsame Category: Other Profile

Some people say that “service is worship” that, “if God serves us, why should we not serve Him? We should give honor to the name of God Almighty by serving His creatures. Worship is useless without the  service to our fellowmen, God works through His people living  in this world”.

But the question is: what is the correct way to serve Allah and His creation? And how can we  love, serve and utilize the sick humanity and participate in their pain, trouble, affliction and sadness?

Really, it is the way that Allah Almighty revealed on his most sacred and pious persons i.e. the Holly Prophet (May Peace and Mercy of Allah be upon them) and that is Islam , as Allah Ordains, “Lo; religion with Allah(is) The Surrender those who (formerly) received the Scripture differed only after knowledge came unto them, through transgression among themselves,”(Ale-Imran:19)

Islam is a religion of love, peace, forbearance and piety, It teaches us to love and serve God and His creation, It reveals that God loves those who love mankind. It teaches us to love and serve God and His creation. It also reveals that God is the true and sincere friend of human being  and Lives with him  all the time. And, when he calls his true friend from the depth of his heart , be he is a sinner or a pious man, rich or poor, he receives a reply at once.

Almighty Allah Says in the Holy Quran,”and if they turn away, then know that Allah is your Befriender-a-transcendent patron, a transcendent Helper!”(Al-Infal: 40) and, when My servants question thee concerning Me then surely I am nigh. I answer the prayer of the suppliant when he crieth unto Me. So let them hear My call and let them trust in Me, in order that they maybe led aright,”(The Cow:186)

To serve Allah and His creation, Islam presents two ways, Huqooq-Allah and Huqooqul-Ibad (rights of Allah and rights of His servants) .To serve Allah by paying His rights and to serve human being by paying his rights; is the real worship. Every two ways are explained well in the light of the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) i.e. the good example of him.

The holy Prophet (PBUH) said that “feed the people who are hungry, give water to those who are thirsty and serve your parents. He also said,” there are five rights of a believer on the other believer that:=

(1) when he meets him, he say Salam to him.

(2) If he invites him to the meal, then he should accept his invitation.

(3) If he ask from him any consultation (for business,or  another issue,), then he should give him the proper consultation.

(4) If he falls ill, then he should go to inquire after his health.

(5) If he dies, then he should offer his funeral. (Al-Mishkat-tul-Masabeeh)

In short, service will becomes real worship whin we pay the rights of Allah Almighty and His slaves.