|spubs.com||-- 19-11-2008 @ 5:08 PM|
|sajid_chauhan_81||-- 21-04-2009 @ 5:24 PM|
May Allah guide him and us. Aameen.
Permanent Committee of Scholars:
Click http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=12&Topic=6846 for references and more details.
|abdul.basir||-- 22-04-2009 @ 5:19 AM|
The dua is for Allaah to heal this brother because there is something definately wrong with him.
|sajid_chauhan_81||-- 30-06-2009 @ 3:26 AM|
Shaykh Ibn `Uthaymeen (rahimahulLaah) asked about the belief that the origin of mankind is from apes that changed over time into humans, whether this is correct or whether it contradicts what has come in the Qur'aan.
The Shaykh responded:
|easy||-- 04-07-2009 @ 3:55 AM|
I think the brother needs to take a step backwords and not talk at all, to just keep his mouth quiet and not say anything except the obligatry, recommended and halaal things that we have to say!
This is crazy, I cant believe he said that something from the Qur'aan is "Child level thinking" or whatever he said ( I dont want to read it again because its filthy ), Subh7anAllıh this brother really needs to take a BIG BIG step back
Ibnul Qayyim Al Jawzi:
"And using the intellect in opposition to the evidences is the basis of all evil in the world."
|sajid_chauhan_81||-- 06-10-2009 @ 1:49 PM|
Ibn 'Uthaymeen wrote:
"As for the person who believes in it, we say to him:
'You are an ape in the form of a human."
(al-Qawl al-Mufıd (2/245))
|zejd.peqin||-- 11-01-2011 @ 11:01 PM|
Usamah Hasan, Darwinism, Evolutionary Forces and the Creation of Man - Part 1
Attempts have been made by Usamah Hasan over the years to merge the Qur'an with Darwinism. To address Usamah Hasan fully would require a lengthy treatment, which time does not allow, so the easiest thing to do is to just make commentary on the various statements he has made, with the hope that the reality of his orientation and call becomes clear through it.
In his agenda, Usamah Hasan is drawing upon the writings of the likes of the Mu'tazilah, the Ismaa'eelee Shee'ee Baatiniyyah (Ikhwaan al-Safaa) who tried to merge the Shar'iah with Greek Philosophy and who worked in almost perfect secrecy in the third and fourth centuries after hijrah to spread deviation (such as worshipping of prophets, saints and graves) amongst the Muslims. Also, the likes of Rumi the Sufi, and neo-Mu'tazili thinkers like Muhammad Iqbal. In fact, it appears that Usamah Hasan is no different in purpose to those Baatiniyyah of the fourth century hijrah who wanted to reconcile Islam with the science of the day. Today, Usamah Hasan is presenting the idea that there is compatibility between Darwinism and Islam, and that "creationism" can be merged with Darwinism. He asserts that his father, Suhaib Hasan, is defending the right of his son to arrive at "independent conclusions."
We will take from his numerous writings or interviews in the pasts two or so years in which his thought is presented. Note that there is no particular order to this, and is being done ad hoc due to time constraints. Inshaa'Allaah perhaps on a later date a more orderly and organized piece can be written. For now, we want to just pin-point where he is coming from and put it into context for further analysis. Our aim here is to expose exactly how and where Usamah Hasan is "positioning" himself in a broader context.
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