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Abdul.Hafidh
07-26-2006 @ 1:21 AM    Notify Admin about this post
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assalamu alaikum wa rahmattullah,
I need to know if "inventing a lie against Allah" is worse than shirk or is this considered to be a form of shirk in and of itself, please provide answers with the proofs. BarakaAllahu Feekum
wa assalam

AbdulGaniyy
09-11-2007 @ 7:56 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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as-salaamu alaykum....

in regs. to this issue.... ash-shaykh Rabee' mentioned in his explanation on usoolus-sunnah by al-imaam Ahmad under the title...

"The place of the Sunnah and its relation to the Quraan"

"and the Sunnah with us is the narrations of the Messengar of Allaah sallahu alayhi was-salaam and the Sunnah explains the Quraan, and is a guide or a proof for the Quraan, and there are no analogical reasoning in the Sunnah, nor are there any examples to be made for it, nor is it grasped nor comprehended by the intellects, rather it is following and abandoning desires."

ash-shaykh Rabee' said in explanation under the section of the text
"nor is it grasped nor comprehended by the intellects"

(paraphrased)

...the foundation in regards to the affairs of the religion is prohibition except what is permitted in the legislation.... (in regs. to beliefs, acts of worship, halaal and haraam, etc...) so if you put your intellect over the religion of Allah and follow your desires and speak about Allah (and His religion) without knowledge this is from the greatest of sins, and sometimes it leads to major shirk (polytheism) as ibn Qayyim has mentioned, and explained (in regs to the ayat 7:33) 'verily the text has levels/stages in it from the least severe of it to the most severe, so the greatest is speaking about Allah without knowledge, and its more severe then shirk, because shirk enters into it and other than it...'

if anyone has any corrections (in regs. to translation or otherwise) feel free to p.m. me so i can make the corrections... thanks ... appreciate it...

barakallaahu feekum, as-salamu alaykum



Ibraaheem al-Harbee said, ?I heard Ahmad (Ahmad Ibn Hanbal) say, ?If you love that Allaah should keep you upon that which you love, then remain upon that which He loves, and the good is in the one who sees no good in himself.?  Refer to al-Aadaabush-Share

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abdul.azeem
09-14-2007 @ 6:18 AM    Notify Admin about this post
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Ibn al-Qayyim rahimahullaah Explains In I'laam



تحريم القول على الله بغير علم


فصل: وقد حرم الله سبحانه القول عليه بغير علم في الفتيا والقضاء، وجعله من أعظم المحرمات، بل جعله في المرتبة العليا منها، فقال تعالى: (قل إنما حرم ربي الفواحش ما ظهر منها وما بطن، والإثم والبغي بغير الحق، وأن تشركوا بالله ما لم ينـزل به سلطاناً، وأن تقولوا على الله ما لا تعلمون) [الأعراف:33] فرتَّب المحرمات أربع مراتب، وبدأ بأسهلها وهو الفواحش، ثم ثنى بما هو أشد تحريماً منه وهو الإثم والظلم، ثم ثلث بما هو أعظم تحريماً منهما وهو الشرك به سبحانه، ثم ربع بما هو أشد تحريماً من ذلك كله وهو القول عليه بلا علم، وهذا يعم القول عليه سبحانه بلا علم في أسمائه وصفاته وأفعاله وفي دينه وشرعه. وقال تعالى (ولا تقولوا لما تصف ألسنتكم الكذب هذا حلال وهذا حرام لتفتروا على الله الكذب، إن الذين يفترون على الله الكذب لا يفلحون، متاع قليل ولهم عذاب أليم) [النحل: 116-117] فتقدم إليهم سبحانه بالوعيد على الكذب عليه في أحكامه، وقولهم لما لم يحرمه هذا حرام، ولما لم يحله هذا حلال، وهذا بيان منه سبحانه أنه لا يجوز للعبد أن يقول هذا حلال وهذا حرام إلا لما علم أن الله سبحانه أحله أو حرمه.
وقال بعض السلف ليتق أحدكم أن يقول أحل الله كذا، وحرم كذا، فيقول الله له كذبت، لم أحل كذا، ولم أحرم كذا، فلا ينبغي أن يقول لما لا يعلم ورود الوحي المبين بتحليله وتحريمه أحله الله وحرمه الله لمجرد التقليد أو بالتأويل.

[I'laam ul Muwaqqi'een Ann Rabbil-Aalameen 1/20]

For the translation into english please see the following link, POST-8/16

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Note:- The best thakhreej I have found of I'laam is of Shaykh Mash`hoor Hasan Aal-Salmaan hafidhahullaah. Come in 7 volumes and its an amazing work, may Allaah reward him.






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