Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Beyond Our Najd

They said again, Our Najd as well.” 

“Beyond Our Najd”

قال الحافظ ابن كثير الدمشقي ـ رحمه الله ـ في كتابه “البداية والنهاية”(١٠/ ٥٨٤-٥٨٥) عن ما سيفعله الخوارج بالأمة إذا قووا
إذْ لو قَووا هؤلاء لأفسدوا الأرض كلها عراقاً وشاماً، ولم يتركوا طفلاً ولا طفلة، ولا رجلاً ولا امرأة، لأن الناس عندهم قد فسدوا فساداً لا يصلحهم إلاّ القتل جملة

Ibn Katheer (d.774AH) stated in “Al-Bidaayah wan-Nihaayah” (10/584-585) regarding what the Khawaarij would do to the Ummah if they ever attained strength:
If they ever gained strength, they would surely corrupt the whole of the earth, Iraq and Syria (Shaam) – they would not leave a baby, male or female, neither a man or a woman, because as far as they are concerned the people have caused corruptiona corruption that cannot be rectified except by mass killing.

 Sa’ud I. bin ‘Abd al-‘Aziz [bin Muhammad bin Sa’ud] (d. 1229 AH/1814CE) later on (i.e. 1218AH/1803CE) became the third ruler of the first Saudi state and was a direct student of Ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhab.)

Ibn Abdul Wahhab Najdi (b.1117 AH/d.1206 AH) ( b.1703CE /d.1792CE)
The Majority of People of Al-Hijaz Reject The Resurrection!

The liar said:
ومعلوم: أن أهل أرضنا، وأرض الحجاز، الذي ينكر البعث منهم أكثر ممن يقر به، والذي يعرف الدين أقل ممن لا يعرفه
“It’s known regarding the people of our land (i.e. Najd) and the land of al-Hijaz, that those among them who reject the resurrection [after death] are more than those who accept it and that those [among them] who know the religion are less than those who do not…”

Ibn Abdul Wahhab Najdi (d. 1206 AH) Accuses the people of al-Ahsa` of worshipping idols:

While addressing someone who is from al-Ahsa`, he tells him that idols are worshipped in his land (which is again a clear-cut lie!):

وقد بلغني أنكم في هذا الأمر قمتم وقعدتم، فإن كنتم تزعمون أن هذا إنكار للمنكر، فيا ليت قيامكم كان في عظائم في بلدكم تضاد أصلي الإسلام: شهادة أن لا إله إلا الله وأن محمداً رسول الله! منها، وهو أعظمها: عبادة الأصنام عندكم من بشر وحجر

Source: al-Rasa`il al-Shakhsiyyah

His blind followers attacked al-Ahsa` (which by the way is Ottoman land!), slaughtered its people, destroyed their property and stole whatever they could take several times during his lifetime and also after him.

So let’s see what they did in one of these attacks:
Terrorising and mass-slaughtering the people of al-Ahsa`

Uthman ibn Abd Allah ibn Bishr (d.1288 AH/1871 CE)

Ibn Bishr said while speaking about the incidents of the year 1210 AH (1796 CE):

فلما كان قبل طلوع الشمس ثور المسلمون بنادقهم دفعة واحدة , فأرجفت الأرض وأظلمت السماء , وثار عج الدخان في الجو ,وأسقط كثير من الحوامل في الأحساء , ثم نزل سعود في الرقيقة المذكورة , فسلم له , وظهر له جميع أهل الأحساء على إحسانه وإساءته , وأمرهم بالخروج فخرجوا , فأقام في ذلك المنزل مدّة أشهر يقتل من أراد قتله ويجلي من أراد جلاءه ، ويحبس من أراد حبسه ، ويأخذ من الأموال ، ويهدم من المحال ، ويبني ثغوراً ، ويهدم دوراً ، وضرب عليهم ألوفاً من الدراهم وقبضها منهم وأكثر سعود فيهم القتل فهذا مقتول في البلد ، وهذا يخرجونه إلى الخيام ، ويضرب عنقه عند خيمة سعود ، حتى أفناهم إلا قليلا ، وحاز سعود من الأموال في تلك الغزوة ما لا يعد ولا يحصى

“Then before the sunrise the Muslims (read: the Wahhabis) shot with their rifles [all at] once, so that the earth trembled, and the heaven became dark, and smoke rose into the sky and many of the pregnant women (!!!) in al-Ahsa` had a miscarriage (due to extreme fear).
Then Sa’ud settled in the [earlier] mentioned al-Raqiqah, so it was given to him. All of the people of al-Ahsa` [then] appeared in front of him in kindness and badness. He commanded them to leave so they left.
He stayed there for [several] months [while] killing whomever he wanted to kill, and exiling whomever he wanted to exile, and imprisoning whomever he wanted to imprison, and taking from the wealth, and destroying places, and building strongholds, and destroying houses and wanting thousands of Dirhams from them and taking it from them… 
And Sa’ud killed many of them…
So this one
[lies] killed in the land and that one is taken out to the tents and his neck is struck off near the tent of Sa’ud until he annihilated [all of] them except very few. 
Sa’ud came into possession of [much] wealth in this attack (Ghazwah) which cannot be counted or numbered.”

Ibn Bishr (d. 1288 AH/1871 CE) said regarding the events of the year 1212 AH (1798 CE):

وفيها في رمضان سار سعود رحمه المعبود , بالجنود المنصورة والخيل العتاق المشهورة , من جميع نواحي نجد وعربانها وقصد الشمال , وأغار على سوق الشيوخ المعروف عند البصرة , وقتل منهم قتلى كثيرة , وهرب أناس وغرقوا في الشط

And in [that year] in [the month of] Ramadhan (!)  Sa’ud [I. bin ‘Abd al-‘Aziz] – may the worshipped One have mercy upon him – set out with the victorious armies and the famous horses, from all of the areas of Najd and its [bedouin] Arabs and intended the North (i.e. ‘Iraq). He attacked the known al-Shuyukh market near al-Basrah and killed many of them. The people fled and drowned in the river.

Unwan al-Majd 1/240

Takfir Upon The People of Makkah

The Original Wahhabis said:
“The second issue: To disbelieve in that which is worshipped instead of Allah, and this means to make Takfir (declare as disbelievers) upon the polytheists (Mushrikin) and the disavowal from them and that which they worship alongside Allah.
So whoever does not make Takfir upon the polytheists of the Turkish state (i.e. the Ottomans!) and the grave-worshippers like the people of Makkah (!!!) and [upon] others from those who worship the righteous (Salihin) and left the Tawhid (monotheism) of Allah for Shirk (polytheism) and exchanged the Sunnah of his Messenger – sallalalhu ‘alayhi wa sallam – with innovations, then he is a disbeliever like them even if dislikes their religion und hates them and loves Islam and its people. 
This is so because the one who does not declare the polytheists to be disbelievers has not accepted the Qur`an. The Qur`an declares the polytheists as disbelievers, and commands to declare them as such and to show enmity towards them and to fight them.”

الأمر الثاني: الكفر بما يعبد من دون الله، والمراد بذلك تكفير المشركين، والبراءة منهم، ومما يعبدون مع الله. فمن لم يكفر المشركين من الدولة التركية، وعباد القبور، كأهل مكة وغيرهم، ممن عبد الصالحين، وعدل عن توحيد الله إلى الشرك، وبدّل سنّة رسوله صلى الله عليه وسلم بالبدع، فهو كافر مثلهم، وإن كان يكره دينهم، ويبغضهم، ويحب الإسلام والمسلمين ; فإن الذي لا يكفر المشركين، غير مصدق بالقرآن، فإن القرآن قد كفر المشركين، وأمر  بتكفيرهم، وعداوتهم وقتالهم



 The tenth Ottoman Sultan (d.1566 CE) (ra) had restored the walls around the blessed city of Medina; the city had not suffered any assault of bandits for 274 years owing to its strong walls, and Muslims had lived in comfort and peace in the city till early 1222 A.H (1807 CE), when they fell prey to the hands of Sa'ud.
Sa'ud sent the looters he raised from the villages to Medina after capturing al-Makkat al-Mukarrama and the villages around it. He appointed two brothers named Baday and Nadi as commanders of the looters. They plundered the Muslim villages on their way and killed many Muslims. Most of the villages around Medina were set to fire and demolished. Here


“Beyond Our Najd” 


The Oath of Allegiance

In 1157 AH (1744 CE)  Mu-hammed ibn Abd al-Wahhab made bay'ah (oath of allegiance) with Mu-hammed ibn Saud  where it was agreed that political power would remain in the hands of the clan of Aal-Saud (House of Saud, the Royal family) and the religious leadership would remain in the hands of the clan of Aal-ish-Shaykh (M. ibn Abd al-Wahhab Najdi and his descendants) and this wahhabi power division has remained ever since. This event (the oath) is written in the book:  “Unwan al-Majd fe Tarikh an-Najd “[Vol. 1, page 41.]
The  Najdi manuscript: Here


Rise and Spread of IS 



Dubai: The extended Al Shaikh family in Saudi Arabia has called on Qatari authorities to drop the name of Shaikh Mohammad Bin Abdul Wahab from the country’s main mosqueHere
The UAE has given Qatar’s diplomatic mission in Abu Dhabi 48 hours to leave the country Here

(Edited by ADHM)