|abulbashr||-- 01-29-2010 @ 8:42 PM|
Please follow this link to view these important points in an easier to read format which was posted by the translator himself:
May Allah reward Shaikh Ahmad (رحمه الله) and the translator.
|zejd.peqin||-- 02-09-2011 @ 10:41 AM|
Shaikh Ahmad An-Najmee (rahimahullaah) made the following observations about Hassan al-Bannah, founder of Ikhwanul Muslimeen(muslim brotherhood),. a deviant group that started decades ago in egypt:
1- al-Bannah diluted these people (by going to these shrines) into believing that du'aa to the grave, or tawaaf around the grave, or sacrifice, or vowing to other than Allaah is from Islam.
2- al-Bannah gave power to the grave-worshippers.
3- al-Bannah accepted the mushrikun, even though their 'aqidah may have been that of the Rafidah, who believe their imams are mistake-free. [Only Allaah is Perfect!] Never did al-Bannah tell the Shi'a, or Qadariah, or Mu'tazila to leave their 'aqidah. [Note: Prophets are mistake-free regarding sins and in (conveying) the religion]
4- al-Bannah called the Shi'a his "brothers", even though they call their imam "perfect", even though they say that Angel Jibril ('alaihi salaam) erred in sending the Qur'an to the Prophet, even though they curse Abu Bakr and 'Umar and 'Uthman, also calling them "kufar", even though they call 'Aisha an adultress (despite Allaah exonerating her in the Qur`an], even though they say the Qur`an is incomplete...
5 - al-Bannah tried to bring the Muslims together regardless of 'aqidah, instead of trying to bring them together upon correctness, upon the correct 'aqidah, upon the truth. [al-Bannah] said: "The Shi'a and Sunni are Muslimun. They are united upon the banner of la illaha il Allaah." [The deviant al-Bannah of Ikhwan al-Muslimeen] also said: "Our problems with the Jews is not religious, because the Qur`an encourages us to be with them, and Allaah has praised the Jews. And every time, the Qur`an deals with them, it deals with them on an economical level."
6- al-Banna's erroneous beliefs that tawassul is not from 'aqidah. His 15th Principal from his book of 20 principals is: if du'aa is attached to tawassul, then this is from the brances of the deen and not from 'aqidah." [Nadharat fi Risalit Ta'lim]
[Note: Legislated Tawassul are three:
a- asking righteous people to make du'aa to Allaah for you;
b- asking by Allaah's Names and Attributes; and
c- to ask by virtue of one's good deeds.
If it was legislated to make tawassul through the Prophet (salallaahu 'alaihi wasallam) after his death, 'Umar would not have asked 'Abbaas to make du'aa to Allaah for rain. Ibn Taymiyyaah said: The sahaba used to make tawassul through the du'aa of the Prophet when he was ALIVE, but when he died, they sought tawassul with the du'aa of 'Abbas...Du'aa is an act of 'ibaada, and has to be done according to the Sunnah (and du'aa to other than Allaah is Major Shirk).]
7- al-Bannah attached himself to a Sufi 'Aqidah, in the Hisafia tariqa. He admitted this and admitted (pg. 28 and pg. 29) to sitting with them [Jamiati Al Hisafia]. He actually started a Sufi order. And he was chosen as their secretary. The leaders of the Ikhwanees had an Ash'aree 'aqidah, distorting Allaah's attributes. They make the Attributes like a puzzle and a riddle, but Allaah's religion is clear (bayinah).