Friday, 21 March 2014

The Desolation of Blessed Madina & The Destruction of Holy Kabah

The Desolation of Madina

It is related that Usama said, "The Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, looked out on one of the stone castles of Madina and said, 'Do you see what I see? I see the places of sedition lying amidst your houses like the places where rain falls.'"

Usamah ibn Zayd said, Once the Prophet stood over one of the battlements of al-Madinah and asked the people, Do you see what I see? They said, No. He said, I see afflictions falling upon your houses as raindrops fall. (Bukhari, Muslim.)

It is related that Sufyan ibn Zuhayr said, "I heard the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, say,
'Yemen will be conquered and people will be attracted to it, taking their families and all who obey them. Madina would have been better for them if they only knew.
Syria will be conquered and people will be attracted to it, taking their families and all who obey them. Madina would have been better for them if they only knew.
Iraq will be conquered and people will be attracted to it, taking their families and all who obey them. Madina would have been better for them if they only knew.'" (Bukhari)

It has been proven in the Sahih Ahadith, as already stated, that the Dajjal will not be able to enter Makkah and Madinah, and that there will be angels at the gates of Makkah to ward him off and prevent him from entering.

It was reported from Abu Hurairah that the Prophet (sallallahu alayhe wa sallam) said, "Neither the Dajjal nor plague will be able to enter Madinah." 
As mentioned above, the Dajjal will camp outside Madinah, and it will be shaken by three tremors. Every hypocrite and sinner will go out to join the Dajjal, and every believer and Muslim will stay. That day will be called the Day of Purification (Yawm al-Khalas). Most of those who go out to join the Dajjal will be women. As the Prophet (sallallahu alayhe wa sallam) said, "Verily it (Madinah) is good; its evil will be eliminated and its goodness will be obvious."

Allah SWT said:
"Women impure are for men impure, and men impure for women impure, and women of purity are for men of purity, and men of purity are for women of purity'" (Al-Nur 24-26)

Madinah will remain inhabited during the days of the Dajjal, and during the time of Jesus son of Mary (AS), until he dies and is buried there. Then it will be destroyed.

'Umar ibn al-Khattab (RA) said, "I heard the Prophet (sallallahu alayhe wa sallam) say, 'A rider will go around Madinah and say, There used to be many Muslims here'" (Ahmad) [From Ibn Kathir's The Signs before the Day of Judgment.]

It is related that Abu Hurayra (RA) said, "I heard the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, say,
'They will leave Madina in spite of the good that it contains and only wild beasts will live in it - meaning beasts and birds of prey. 

The last persons to be gathered in it will be two herdsmen from Muzayna making for Madina, shouting to their sheep. 

They will find it empty. When they reach Thaniya al-Wada'
they will fall down on their faces."

(Thaniya al-Wada':a pass at the Haram of Madina in the direction of Syria)
[The Sahih Collection of al-Bukhari Chapter 34. Chapters on the Virtues of Madina]


'Abd Allah ibn 'Amr said, "I heard the Prophet (sallallahu alayhe wa sallam) say, Dhu'l-Suwayqatayn from Abyssinia will destroy the Ka'bah and steal its treasure and Kiswah. It is as if I could see him now: he is bald-headed and has a distortion in his wrists. He will strike the Ka'bah with his spade and pick-axe'." (Ahmad)

It was reported from 'Abd Allah ibn 'Umar that the Prophet (sallallahu alayhe wa sallam) said, "Leave the Abyssinians alone so long as they do not disturb you, for no-one will recover the treasure of the Ka'bah except Dhu'l-Suwayqatayn from Abyssinia."  (Abu Dawud, in the chapter on the prohibition of provoking the Abyssinians)

Ibn 'Abbas narrated that the Prophet (sallallahu alayhe wa sallam) said, "It is as if I can see him now: he is black and his legs are widely spaced. He will destroy the Ka'bah stone by stone." (Ahmad)

'Umar ibn al-Khattab reported that he heard the Prophet (sallallahu alayhe wa sallam) say: "The people of Makkah will leave, and only a few people will pass through it. Then it will be resettled and rebuilt; then the people will leave it again, and no-one will ever return."
[From Ibn Kathir's The Signs before the Day of Judgment.]


Thursday, 20 March 2014

Muhammad Mathum as-Sirhindi (ra) 182nd letter of the first volume of his work Maktubat

182nd LETTER

Muhammad Mathum as-Sirhindi (rahmat-Allahi 'alaih), one of the great Islamic scholars of India, wrote in the 182nd letter of the first volume of his work Maktubat:

"Holding fast to causes is not inconsistent with tawakkul since the power of affecting, too, is given to causes by Allahu ta'ala. While holding fast to causes, one should know that the affectivity of causes originates from Allahu ta'ala and should confide in Him. Holding fast to those causes whose affectivity has been experienced is a form of performing tawakkul. It is not conformable to tawakkul if one holds fast to those causes whose affectivity is not established or is not even hoped for.

 It is necessary, even a duty, to hold fast to the causes whose affectivity is absolute. Fire has the effect of burning; Allahu ta'ala is the One who gives the property of burning to fire. When we are hungry, we will eat food; we are to believe that Allahu ta'ala has given to food the effect of satiating. If we do not use such causes with absolute effects and are harmed, we will have disobeyed and opposed Allahu ta'ala.

Causes are of three categories: those whose effects have not been seen or heard of, so not permitted to use; those that have been experienced and seen to be effective, so it is necassary (wajib) to use and is sinful to ignore; and those with doubtful affectivity, so using them is not necessary but permitted (jaiz). 
Allahu ta'ala orders us to consult with experienced, learned persons before doing our important affairs, to do them after consulting and, while doing, to have tawakkul towards Allahu ta'ala and to expect the outcome from Him. Consulting, too, is a way of holding fast to causes. This order explains that holding fast to causes is wajib and that it is necessary to expect their effect from Allahu ta'ala. Tawakkul is not employed in affairs pertaining to the next worldly, that is, in 'ibadas and ta'as. We have been ordered to perform 'ibadas, to endeavor to carry on 'ibadas. 

In affairs pertaining to the next world, we have to fear and hope instead of having tawakkul. It is necessary to perform these orders and to have confidence in Allahu ta'ala's Mercy and Benevolence for His accepting and rewarding them. It is a human duty to carry out [His] orders and to abstain from [His] prohibitions.

"[You ask,] 'Is there such a high status in our religion so that one who attains to it will have forgotten about himself and about everything?'

In response to your question, we say that there is the status called fana' in tasawwuf. One who endeavors on the way of tasawwuf forgets about himself and about everything when he attains to that status. Nevertheless, his batin (heart, soul) is the one who reaches the status of fana' or baqa'. This hal (state) occurs in one's heart and soul. The zahir (body, intellect) of a human being has to supply his own needs. Even if he has advanced much further, he cannot rescue himself from this duty.

"You ask whether discovering others' thoughts, getting information about lost things and the acceptance of the prayers said are the signs of advancing on the way of tasawwuf, of attaining to Allahu ta'ala's love. 

Dear brother! These are the extraordinary things Allahu ta'ala creates outside His usual custom ('adat). Their occurrence to somebody does not show his advancement and acceptance. They may occur also to the people of istidraj who are devoid of felicity. They may also be observed in disbelievers who polishes their nafses through undergoing riyada. In some, they happen without riyada, too. Since undergoing riyada is not a condition for becoming a wali, that is, for attaining to the degrees of wilaya, so it is not a condition for the people of istidraj to display khariqas and for awliya' (rahimahum-Allahu ta'ala) to display karamas. Undertaking riyada facilitates their frequent occurrence.

"Most awliya' are protected from the sin called 'ujb (self-admiration). 'Ujb and riya' (hypocrisy) are not left in the one who has reached the status of fana'. It is true that he may be mistaken out of being human, because awliya' are not protected against erring. However, they immediately awaken from ghafla (unawareness) and get rid of its harm by asking for Allahu ta'ala's Forgiveness (istighfar) and by doing charitable deeds.

"Eating little and sleeping little are beneficial for advancing on the way of tasawwuf, but one should not be as excessive as to harm the body and intellect. These and riyadat should be done in consistency with the Sunnat. If they are done excessively, it will be ruhbaniyya (monastic life), which does not exist in Islam. The kashfs of awliya' are not imaginative things; they are the things inspired (ilham) to the heart. Imaginative kashfs should not be trusted in. Wahm and imagination (hayal) help in understanding the information coming to the heart.

Fifty thousand years' distance between the Creator and the created is passed in a short time with the help of wahm. And the imagination is beneficial to understand ladunni knowledge easily. Both help much on the way of tasawwuf. It has been reported that some prayers are helpful in worldly affairs. Saying Allahu ta'ala's names are much more helpful.

"It is very good not to remember one's own body while performing salat. Things that occur while performing salat are more valuable than those occurring outside salat. The importance of salat should be understood well.

We should perform salats in their mustahab times and with attention to their conditions and to tadil al-arkan. [It is condition that one, while beginning a salat, knows that it is the time for that salat.] It is stated in a hadith ash-Sharif that the curtains between the one who performs salat and Allahu ta'ala are removed.

"You write that you see awliya's copies or figures in 'alam al-mithal and talk with them. These are good things, but they are not our aim. Since they do not harm our aim, they are not regrettable things, either.

"You ask whether it is necessary to believe that Khidir ('alaihi 's-salam) is alive.

 Our 'ulama' have not reported it in unanimity. Though some awliya' have said that they saw and spoke to him, such reports does not show that he is alive; his soul might have been seen in human figure, and his soul might have done things that are done by human beings. If he were alive during that time, this does not mean he is alive now. Many of the things done by Khidir ('alaihi 's-salam) are written in the book Al-isaba fi marifati 's-Sahaba. Most 'ulama' reported that he had passed away. If he had been alive, he would have gone to our master, the Prophet, performed the prayer of Juma together and attended his sohbat and jihads.

"The souls of the awliya' who have died are sometimes seen in their [human figures or] copies in 'alam al-mithal. Because, everything in the world has a copy in 'alam al-mithal.

Even more, spiritual, non-material things, too, have copies there. 'Alam al-mithal does not consist of imaginary things. It is an 'alam that exists as this visible, material 'alam does. The souls of awliya' sometimes are seen in the figures of their own bodies and sometimes, without bodies or figures, meet and talk with people's souls.

The teachings about souls and the life in the grave are very subtle. We should not speak on them out of supposition or surmise. We should believe briefly what has been reported openly in the nasses (ayats and hadiths) and should not speak more. It should be believed that there are blessings and tortures in the grave. It has also been reported that the dead talk with one another and because of the tortures, they cry and lament.

Except human beings and genies, all creatures hear their cries. Souls cry not only alone but also through their bodies.

"However much a person advances in tasawwuf, reaches perfection or attains to qurb al-ilahi, neither his body nor his soul can escape being creatures. Everything other than Allahu ta'ala is hadith (created), and all creatures had been non-existent before becoming existent. They will become non-existent again. For being a Muslim, believing as such is a must.

It is the same for the souls of prophets ('alaihimu 's-salawatu wa 't-taslimat) and awliya'. To escape the tortures of the next world, we have to follow what the 'ulama' of Ahl as-Sunnat have reported. Those kashfs and karamat that do not conform to their books are worthless. The aim on the way of tasawwuf consists of seeing the faults and defects of one's own nafs, making the adaptation to the rules of Islam easy and tasteful and escaping from secret polytheism and disbelief.

"You write about the good hals of your students, for which you shall be much thankful to Allahu ta'ala. Try hard for your students to be perfect Muslims and to attain to Allahu ta'ala's Consent! Tell them about the adab in the rules of Islam, the adab of the scholars of Ahl as-Sunnat and the hals and morals of Salaf as-salihin.

Do not refrain from preaching and advising them! Allahu ta'ala does not love those without adab. Recite the Qur'an al-karim much! Perform your salat in khushu' (reverence) and in accord with the books of fiqh [written by the 'ulama' of Ahl as-Sunnat] and always say the beautiful word la ilaha illa'llah! May Allahu ta'ala show Mercy upon all of us! May He bestow upon all of us the good deeds through which His Consent is attained! I express my salam and say my prayers for you and for those who follow the true path, the footsteps of Muhammad ('alaihi 's-salam)! Since much time has past since the time of Rasulullah (sall-Allahu ta'ala 'alaihi wa sallam) and the Doomsday is nearing, bidat' are widespread everywhere now.

Darkness and the harms of bidat' have disseminated throughout the world; the sunnas have been forgotten. Their lights have been covered. Now the most valuable deed that will make one attain to Allahu ta'ala's Consent is the endeavor to uncover the forgotten sunnas, that is, to disseminate Islamic sciences. Those who want to be near Muhammad ('alaihi 's-salam) on the Day of Judgement should work for this purpose. A hadith ash-Sharif says, 'There is the thawab of a hundred martyrs for the one who uncovers a forsaken sunnat of mine.' [That is, it is very meritorious to uncover, preach and promulgate an Islamic teaching.] The first thing to do for uncovering a sunnat is one's performance of that sunnat personally. Next comes the endeavor to make others perform it.

"You write about the fear of the last breath. There has been nobody who has escaped this fear. The last breath of everyone other than prophets ('alaihimu 's-salawatu wa 't-taslimat) is uncertain. The good news of being rescued in the last breath can be known only through wahi. Though good signs, works and tidings indicate the safety of the last breath, they only make up a strong supposition. However strong the supposition is, it cannot rescue one from this suffering, this fear.

"You say, 'I see that my 'ibadas and ta'as do not deserve being acceptable. Therefore, there sometimes appear some slackness in performing 'ibada.' We are ordered to perform 'ibadas in this world. We have to perform them even if we do not know whether they will be accepted or not. We will not only perform them but also, asking forgiveness of our defects in them, entreat by crying and moaning for their acceptance. Repenting and entreating may cause their acceptance. We are human servants. We are obliged to do our human duties. The Devil, the accursed, tries to deceive us so that we may not undertake our human duties.

"You ask about our tawajjuh and love towards you. Is there any need to express it? Your love towards us is the work, the result, of our love towards you. All the flowers and fruits on the tree stem from the trunk. This rule has always worked as such. Surat al-Ma'ida states, 'I love them. And they love Me,' in the 54th ayat and, 'Allah is pleased with them. And they are pleased with Allah,' in the 109th ayat. Allahu ta'ala expressed His love and consent before those [of His lovers]."

Kadizada Ahmad Effendi (rahimah-Allahu ta'ala) wrote in his Turkish work Fara'id al-fawa'id, which is a commentary of Amantu: "When one does a charitable deed and presents its thawab to any dead person, it reaches him. As written in the book Wasat by al-Imam at-Tabarani (rahimah-Allahu ta'ala), Anas ibn Malik (radi-Allahu 'anh) reported that Rasulullah (sall-Allahu ta'ala 'alaihi wa sallam) had said, 'When one gives alms for a dead person of his acquaintance, Jabrail ('alaihi 's-salam) takes the thawab of the alms to him in a dish of lights (nur) and says, "Oh the owner of the grave! This present is sent by your friend, take it!" The dead person rejoices to receive that present. Upon seeing this, those dead people to whom no present is sent feel sorrow.'

"As said by 'Amr ibn Jarir (rahimah-Allahu ta'ala), if a person prays or does a charitable deed for a religious brother of his who has passed to the next world and if he gifts its thawab to him, an angel takes the thawab to that dead person and says, 'Such person among your friends sent this to you.'

The hadith ash-Sharif reported by Imam Muslim (rahimah-Allahu ta'ala) on the authority of Abu Huraira (radi-Allahu ta'ala 'anh) says: 'When a believer dies, all his deeds end; only three of his deeds do not end, and their thawabs go on being written in this deed-book. These three deeds are his sadaqa al-jariyya (continuing good works), his useful books and his pious children who pray for his blessedness.' The prayers and thawabs presented to all Muslims reach all of them.

When one goes to a believer's grave and greets him, the dead one in the grave hears him, replies to his greeting and, if they were acquainted, recognized him. Rasulullah (sall-Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam) ordered us to visit graves and to greet those in them. The hadith ash-Sharif related by 'Abdullah ibn 'Abbas (radi-Allahu 'anhuma) says, 'When one visits the grave of a believer of his acquaintance and greets him, the latter recognizes him and responds to the greeting.' Another hadith ash-Sharif says, 'When one visits the grave of a religious brother of his and sits by grave, the dead one rejoices.'

"When a believer recites a salawat Sharifa for our Prophet (sall-Allahu ta'ala 'alaihi wa sallam), angels convey the salawat to our master, who is Fakhr al-'alam (Glory of the world). The Hadith ash-Sharif says, 'Allahu ta'ala has angels that move on the earth. They convey to me the salawat recited by my umma,' and, 'When one recites salat for me, his salat is immediately conveyed to me.' These two hadiths mean 'Angels convey some of them, and I [directly] hear the others.' There are many hadiths that report that he personally will hear and reply to the salat and salam that will be said by the Rawdat al-muqaddasa.

"The blessed bodies of prophets ('allahimu 's-salatu wa 's-salam) do not rot. This is stated in many hadiths, one of which says, 'Prophets are alive in their graves.' Some 'ulama' said that martyrs do not rot, either.

Al-Imam al-Qurtubi said that the bodies of believers who were patient during troubles and sufferings and those of the pious who followed Islamic rules did not rot. The body that has not sinned does not rot. The bodies of the 'ulama' who practice their knowledge, those of hafizes and muazzins [who do not commit sins or bidat] and those of awliya' (qaddas-Allahu ta'ala asrarahumu 'l-'aziz) do not rot. Even more, the earth does not affect their shrouds. Others' bodies rot. A hadith ash-Sharif says, 'Earth rots the body of every dead person. Only the bone called coccyx does not rot.'

"Our religion does not openly describe how the soul is. The soul is neither a substance nor an attribute but, unlike substances, it exists without needing any matter. After man dies, his soul does not become non-existent. It exists needing no matter. It possesses perception and comprehension. It is not openly reported where the soul goes.
In the commentary to Jawhara, Ibrahim al-Laqani wrote various narrations.
Al-Imam as-Suyuti, in his work Sharh as-sudur, and Ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyya said that the souls of rebels (shaqi), that is, unbelievers and sinners, are in torture while the souls of the happy (Said), that is, believers and the pious, are in blessings and pleasures.

The Jews' souls come together with other Jewish souls. [The souls of Christians, the la-madhhabi and unbelievers without a holy book reside with one another's.]

The place where the souls are tortured is called Sijjin. The place of blessings and pleasures is called 'Illiyyin.

The highest rank at 'Illiyyin is called Mala al-'ala. Our master Rasulullah said as his last statement, 'Oh my Rabb! Forgive me! Show mercy to me! Make me attain to Rafiq al-ala,' which is the place of prophets. Their ranks, too, are different. On the night of Miraj, our Prophet (sall-Allahu ta'ala 'alaihi wa sallam) saw 'Adam ('alaihi 's-salam) in the first sky, 'Isa and Yahya ('alaihima 's-salam) in the second sky, Yusuf ('alaihi 's-salam) in the third sky, Idris ('alaihi 's-salam) in the fourth sky, Harun ('alaihi 's-salam) in the fifth sky, Musa ('alaihi 's-salam) in the sixth sky and Ibrahim ('alaihi 's-salam) in the seventh sky. The souls of the 'ulama' of Ahl as-Sunnat are near those of prophets ('alaihimu 's-salawatu wa 't-taslimat).

A hadith ash-Sharif says, 'Martyrs' souls are at the 'Arsh al-ilahi. Whenever they want, they go to the places they wish in Paradise, and then they return to their dwellings.' Morning and evening, or day and night, do not exist in the life of the next world. Paradise is nurani (glorious; formed of the Glory of Allahu ta'ala). Some martyrs do not enter Paradise but remain under the green domes along the river called Bariq near Paradise. The blessings of Paradise are brought to them in the morning and evening; here, 'morning and evening' are used as metaphors to liken to the time in this world.

 According to a narration, all believers' souls are under these domes. Martyrs say, 'If our brothers-in-Islam in the world saw the blessings and happiness we have attained to, they would rush out to perform jihad.' The 170th ayat al-karima of Surat Al 'Imran says, 'Do not say "dead" for those who became martyrs in the way of Allah. They are alive. Nutrition is always given to them. The fear of being tortured does not exist in them. They do not worry about being deprived of blessings, either.' In the world, their bodies decay and putrefy under soil, and animals eat their flesh; those who see this condition of theirs think that they suffer pains and are under torture.

They cannot comprehend the blessings and happiness martyrs attain to. While martyrs are alive as such, prophets, too, are certainly alive since every prophet possesses the rank of martyrdom.

A hadith ash-Sharif says, 'The one whose death comes while he is learning knowledge is met by Allahu ta'ala in the rank of prophets.' 'Uthman ibn 'Affan (radi-Allahu 'anh) reported that Rasulullah (sall-Allahu ta'ala 'alaihi wa sallam) had said, 'On the Day of Judgement, prophets will intercede firstly and the 'ulama' next.' A hadith ash-Sharif says, 'Those who die of ta'un attain to the rank of martyrs.' Ta'un means any epidemic disease like plague.

"During the life in the grave, one will be in the company of those with whom he will be together with on the Day of Judgement. He will be assembled for Judgement among those whom he loves and lives with in this world.

Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal (rahimah-Allahu ta'ala) said, 'believers' souls are in Paradise.

 Unbelievers' souls are in Hell.' To some 'ulama', the former are in Jannat al-mawa, the Paradise under the 'Arsh.

The souls of those who habitually commit fornication or who dwell on interest or orphans' property are under torture in Hell.
The souls of those on whom others have rights do not enter Paradise. Such are the souls of those who commit sins and cruelty.

The souls of awliya' (rahimahum-Allahu ta'ala) and pious believers come to their graves and visit their bodies. believers' souls visit one another. They talk with one another especially on Friday nights. When a believer dies and his or her soul ascends to the sky, the souls of [dead] believers come and ask about their acquaintances in this world. The souls of those who die without making a testament are not permitted to talk."


Imam Muhammad Masoom Faruqi Sirhindi (also spelt Masum or Mathum) was the successor and third son of Mujaddid Alf Thani Shaykh Ahmed Sirhindi, the Islamic reformer of the eleventh century of Hijri calendar.

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Evil Saplings of the Wahhabi/Salafi Sect

UPDATED: 21-March-2014

Evil Saplings
The Wahhabi/Salafi Sect
Prime Example

May Allah save us from this Salafi fitnah they are inviting us to.  
The "Students of KNOWLEDGE" are slapping each other in the face next to the Prophet's SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam's grave. 

 " I don't know any of these people, but I've just been told that the graduate who is cussing,
 Abdul Wali, is from Philly(USA)

USA Salafis vs. UK Salafis! 

"By Allah i'ma F*ck you up, 
By Abdul Wali graduate of the faculty of hadeeth"

Brother from USA,Quote: 
"We have some Salafis here that will tell them to take it down to avoid embarrassment."

Oops!... Too Late Here:
"By Allah i'ma F*ck you up, By Abdul Wali graduate of the faculty of hadeeth"


Nasir al-Albani (d. 1999 CE), who was one of the major proponents and outspoken representatives of a modern day sect that describes itself as “Salafiyya”, spoke with some beneficial truth regarding a fact that was well known about many of those attached to his very own sect;

 namely that his sect has very few capable scholars, and many general followers lack good manners and upbringing, as well as the fact that his sect is in total disarray, filled with subdivisions and surrounded by groups of youths who pompously behave as though they are callers to Islam in the true way of the real scholars.   See here for his verdict

The following is his description and judgement as translated and propagated by one of his own admirers on the levels of amateur scholarship and downright shallowness of many of those linked to pseudo-Salafism. 

 Note also that he was describing the situation before his death in 1999, and since that time Salafism has gone via more turbulent disintegration into further factionalism which is often at odds with each other and waging written and oral attacks against each other has become a daily reality. 

 This is especially visible to any simple researcher who visits Arabic or English websites and forums run by subdivisons within its ranks globally.

(Example post Below)

It is indeed a bitter reality of how many of these Salafi sect members behave and strut around pompously in various parts of the world with the catch phrase – “A return to the Qur’an and Sunna”, while acting as though they have been given the divine right to spread their ideology, methodology and distorted creed (aqida) on certain matters, with their warped and distorted understandings of the sources of Islamic law (Qur’an, Sunna, Ijma and Qiyas), and all the while misleading their own souls as well as many unsuspecting Muslims into the false sense of belief that they can do away with the real and classically accepted Mujtahid:

 Imams like Abu Hanifa, Malik ibn Anas, Muhammad ibn Idris al-Shafi’i and Ahmed ibn Hanbal, and thousands upon thousands of scholars attached to these 4 Madhhabs for well over 12 long centuries of Islamic History, who truly explained the Shari’a with the right tools of taqwa (God-fearingness), qualified scholarship and abstention (zuhd) from this temporal world.

Before one reads al-Albani’s own words, it is recommended that the readers also take a look at the following links to see more on why this sect callings itself “Salafi” as well as hijacking the name of the real Ahlus Sunna wal Jama’a for its ends should not be taken seriously or accepted in any way as representing the way of the Saved Sect (Firqatun Najiyya) in this age:

Original source

The Saplings: On the Innovation of People and Youngsters Who Have Barely Finished Secondary School Propping Themselves Up As ‘Daa’ees’ When They Know Only Simple Rulings and Maybe Some Aayahs and A Few Hadiths
 Questioner: Virtuous, kind father, we would like you to explain to us what the correct methodology in the Salafi da’wah is, especially in this time in which tribulations have increased and knowledge has decreased, and what is the difference between organising …? We would like a clarification, may Allaah reward you with good.

Al-Albaani: Concerning da’wah, then none except the people of knowledge who maintain justice are to carry it out. As for what has become widespread in this time where lots of people who have been given an amount of knowledge that can hardly [even] be mentioned call themselves, ‘Callers to Allaah,’ then—and maybe you will find this surprising but I take the responsibility for what I [am about to] say—in my opinion this is one of the innovations of the present age.
It is from the innovations of this day and age that thousands of callers have spread out amongst the people who do not have knowledge of the Book nor the Sunnah or the narrations of the Salaf, in fact, [they do] not [even have knowledge concerning] the existent madhhabs that are blindly-followed today.
All they know are a few simple rulings and maybe some aayahs and some hadiths—which even someone from the people who has the least amount of knowledge can say—and then they prop themselves up as callers.
When they are then asked about a topic they are at a loss and are not able to answer, and they may go and answer based upon manifest ignorance, this is from the blights of the present day and age.
And it doesn’t stop at these sprouting youth, rather we may find old men who have not been given an abundant share of knowledge who have become famous as callers to what?
To Islaam, but they [in fact] fight Islaam by fighting the Sunnah of Allaah’s Messenger without which a Muslim cannot understand Allaah’s Book, so how can someone who is ignorant of the knowledge of the Sunnah and who fights some of it, [who] at the very least [fights it] in ’aqeedah, [how can someone like that] be a caller to Islaam?
… likewise today there are callers who have not been given an abundant amount or a lot of knowledge of the Sunnah according to which the Noble Quraan can be explained correctly.
So what is one to say about people like these?
In fact, what are we to say about the present day saplings who have barely finished secondary school let alone obtained a more advanced certificate from … even a professor’s certificate … even in Sharee’ah … what are we to say about these people who have propped themselves up to call to Islaam?
And he said as is reported in Saheeh al-Bukhaari and Muslim, from the hadith of ’Abdullaah ibn ’Amr ibn al-’Aas, “Verily, Allah does not take away knowledge by snatching it from the people but He takes away knowledge by taking away the scholars, so that when no scholar remains, the people turn to the ignorant as their leaders. Then they are asked to deliver religious verdicts and they deliver them without knowledge—so they go astray [themselves], and lead others astray.”
… before everything, calling to Allaah must be done based upon knowledge:
 “And who is better in speech than he who invites to Allaah and does righteous deeds and says, ‘I am one of the Muslims.’” [Fussilat 41:33]
If he is not a scholar who acts upon his knowledge then he will not be a righteous scholar, and someone who does not have something, as was said in the past, cannot give it.
So it is obligatory that the caller be a scholar, and this [too] is not enough, he must be a scholar of the Book and the Sunnah and not of some of the fiqh opinions of those who came later …
… this is the first thing, that he be a scholar, and secondly that he be a scholar of the Book and the Sunnah on the methodology of the Salaf as-Saalih. And lastly that he acts upon his knowledge, because even if calling to Allaah were done correctly one hundred per cent but is not coupled with that caller’s actions then it will not have the desired effect on the masses because people pay heed to following the actions of the people of knowledge and excellence more than they do their statements.

Is there a solution for this type of disarray and pompousity in behaving like the real people of ilm (knowledge) according to the words of Nasir al-Albani himself?  Indeed, in another post by his admirer the following were the words of al-Albani:

“Everyone who hears a statement from the Book or the Sunnah … not understanding anything from the Book and the Sunnah except a few phrases and words which he hears from some of the callers [daa’ees]–words which may be true and some of which may be incorrect … because of that [i.e., the few phrases he may have picked up, some of which are correct and some of which are not] he sees himself as having become a scholar, it being permissible [now] for him to say, ‘I think that … my opinion is that … I think that this statement is incorrect …’ and he interferes in every major and minor issue–all the while not being able to read a hadith correctly.
This [situation] has its dangers. And if the affair, and this is my personal opinion, if the affair hinges between following one of the four madhhabs and being rigid on it and between every Muslim becoming a claimant to knowledge and to ijtihaad, then there is no doubt that remaining upon what the forefathers were upon in following the madhhabs and discarding the opinions of the ignorant ones who have not studied any knowledge, is better. And this is by way of choosing the lesser of two evils.”

Also the reason is obvious why we have posted this is to show that most young Muslim laymen and  not to forget the new converts of today get their knowledge from  "Internet sheiks" such as these Forums on FB and are left totally!

Athari Hanbali Salafi Ahl Hadith

Little Devils Hiding in the Mist

 (Athari Hanbali Salafi Ahl Hadith) is a Closed Group on Facebook with 2,058 Hidden members. Here 

Muslims of USA you must stay on your ALERT!

These so called “Academics” are more like bloody Wolves in sheep’s clothing!

"Shaytan is a wolf like the wolf that preys on sheep, taking the isolated and the stray among them; therefore, avoid factionalism and keep to the Congregation and the collective and the masjid."

Reference: Ahmad relates it through Mu`adh and through Abu Dharr, the two chains being respectively fair [hasan] and sound [sahih] according to Haythami in Majma` al-zawa'id 6/123]

The following two Wahhabi/Salafi fanatics are the main Devils of this Hidden Cult Group on FB. The Head Admin John Trento "sheikh" Sneaky Rat:

This RAT will lie to to his mother without even ^blinking 
From USA  Brooklyn, New York Watch out for this sneaky Wahhabi RAT!

The other wahhabi/salafi Admin Ahmed Obeidallah "sheikh"Funny Devil:

Also from USA  a Teacher of History and English Language basically Bullies his way around to teach his young vulnerable students Bullshit!
Little wonder they become radical extremists!

Both of these above Wahhabi/SalafiAcademics”  are wolves who prey on young weak and gullible Muslims:

Deleted  post on Ibn Taymiyyah’s Mosquito Theory and Ibn Batuta’s claim of what ibn Taymiyyah said during his minbar speech: “Indeed Allaah descends to the lowest heaven of the world just as I am descending now.

We will discus their refutation against Ibn Batuta in a new Thread and prove it was TRUE according to Imam Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani(RA) Here

Here admin JT deleted post of their hidden cult leader’s Ideology which was taught in hiding for 400 years!

Also here "mohamed sherif" blind wahhabi fanatic  internet  scholar  insists that his Forum/links  posted Refute all  Claims of Asharis:

Here wahhabi/salafi fanatics could not digest criticism of their Imam and were quite agitated

so  why were ibn Taymiyyah’s books taught in Hiding for 400 years? 
Note what their Admin AO said: “It’s Impossible that they were taught in Hiding”:

Wahhabi/Salafi admin AO tried to prove that they were not taught in hiding because the scholars that came after 200 years would not have praised him:

Those scholars who praised him  after or before IT's death did these scholars  have access to his corrupt/controversial books?
Proof/scan’s of their sheik ibn jibreen admitting to ibn Tayimyyah’s Dawah/Books were taught in hiding for 400 years:

Wahhabi were quite shocked did not know where to Hide?

This Evil admin AO Insisted to show the "Ashari World" that look Imam Ibn Hajar Asqalani(RA) and Imam Suyutee(RA) praised Ibn Tayimyyah?

We all know that they only prefer too show, one side of the coin!
What this ^Idiot AO does not realise is that if the Ashari Scholars praised/Loved him(IT) so much... then way did they not follow and accept his Aqeedah/Ideology and why did these Great Imams have 100% Ashari Aqeedah?
 scholars praised him for his memory/knowledge not Aqeedah!

Exposed to his Lies! and did not say any thing regarding the validity of what Ibn Jibreen said: Here

 When Exposed he Rejects his own salafi scholar:

 As you can see now this Wahhabi Wolf was really in distress! 
This following scan is a must read:

Wahhabi admin AO is saying regarding the "Blessed Prophet(s) teaching in secret/hiding"!

 We know exactly what he is entailing in the following post this Wahhabi is comparing!

 Wahhabi said: "That the Blessed Prophet(s) also taught in secret (hiding)  so what if Ibn Tayimyyahs deviant Ideology was taught in hiding for 400 Years!"


also note ^"Scott Jaspen’s" post! 

This is where the Wahhabis tried to deceive everyone of their Hidden Cult’s Agenda as you can see they deleted “Sott Jaspen’s Post” :


Threat from a Convert

^Wahhabi & Deobandi 
Wolf pack!