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04-05-2003 @ 10:50 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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As'salaam 'alaykum.

Can anyone inform me who are the following individuals and/or are their translations to be taken from.

1.Abu' Aaliyah Surkheel ibn Anwar Sharif
He translated A book by Shaykh 'Uthaymeen (rahimahullahu ta'ala), called the "Tenets of Faith...", as well as "The Ideological Attack" by Shaykh ibn Baaz (rahimahullahu ta'ala)(I also read the statement of Shaykh Faalih ibn Naafi al Harbi about Nasir al Aql (available at, but is his translation of the Ideological Attack safe to be taken from, upon necessity), as well as another book by Shaykh Fawzaan called "The Declaration of Faith".

2. Abu Rumaysah
He translated the Decisive Criterion between the friends of Allaah &the friends of Shaytaan by Ibn Taymiyyah (rahimahullahu ta'ala).

3. Abu Khaliyl
he has a book called "Straightening the lines in Prayer", and many other books.

4. Dr. Muhammad Shabbir Usmani
He translated the book Antichrist (Maseeh Dajjaal) &Descending of Jesus (alayhis salaam), Shaykh Albani (rahimahullahu ta'ala), as well as a number of other books attributed to various other scholars.

5. Dr. Ibrahim Al_Selek
He translated the "Book of Major Sins" by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Adbul Wahhab, published by IIPH.

6. Abdur-Raafi' Adewale Imaam
He translated a book attributed to ibn Uthaimeen (rahimahullahu ta'ala) called "Youths' Problems in Light of the Qur'an and the Sunnah", IIPH publishers

7. Dr. Ashraf Muhammad
He translated a book called 54 Questions &Answers about Eid Prayers and attributed it to Ibnul Uthaymeen (rahimahullahu ta'ala)

Baraakhu Feekum.
As'salaam '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-Sharee?ah (2/31) by Ibn Muflih. (taken from

05-05-2003 @ 3:43 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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As sallam ualaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatahu

Regarding Abu Aaliya, Surkheel Ibn  Anwar Shareef from Leytonstone London (UK), then he is well known to the salafis of the UK for his enmity and hatred for Salafeeya and its carriers.
He aligns himself clearly with the Ahl-ul-Bida of the UK (as well as outside the UK), defends them and loves them wholeheartedly. He claims to love the scholars of this way like Ibn Baaz, Uthaymen Al-Albani, but his manhaj is clealy different from theirs, and I believe that he knows this fact as he knows about their recent fatawaa regarding ta'aawun with Ahl-ul-Bida yet he chooses old fatawaa which he uses for his evil manhaj.

He is an evil and treacherous individual who will betray even his closest friends when it is politically expedient or when his desires dictate likewise to him. Thus, it is known that he has gone against so many of the salafis (who have known him for years) who have tried to advice him sincerely, and has aligned himself with evil innovators and scum.

From those whom he aligns himself with and defends are:
Suhaib Hasan, Ali Tameemee, Jamal Zarabaozo, Abu Muntasir, Bilal Philips, Yasir Qadhi, Safar Al-Hawali, Salman Al-Awdah, Muntada al-Islami, Al-Hidayah, Abdur-raheem Green, Jamaat-ut-Tabligh and a number of the takferee personalities and jama'aat of England.

The man is a blatant liar.

Having said all this, it would be sufficient for us to know that when the Muhadith of the lands of Yemen, Sheikh Muqbil Ibn Haadiu Al-Waadi'ee (MayAllah have mercy on him) was told about him, he termed him:

"Abul-Haawiyah" (The father of Desire)

This is a just brief sketch about this enemy of the Sunnah. Maybe one of our other brothers can add to this if so required.

Abu Yusuf  

05-05-2003 @ 5:53 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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assalamu alaykum

Jalal Abualrub is the Imaam at a masjid in Orlando. Other than this book he has translated for ABDURARAHMAN ABDUL-KHALIQ (if that tells you something). You can contact him personally at the masjid there  407-381-8203 and ask him what he is upon. Or

05-05-2003 @ 10:33 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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A small clarification.

Sheikh Muqbil Ibn Haadiu Al-Waadi'ee (MayAllah have mercy on him) was told about him, he termed him:

"Abul-Haawiyah" (The father of Desire)

The word 'Haawiyah' هاوية does not mean 'Desire' but is commonly translated as pit, pit of fire. The word 'Haawiyah appears in the 9th aayah of surah al-Qaari'ah where Allaah says; فأمه هاوية  meaning: he'S abode, place of refuge will be Haawiyah. ash-Shaikh Sa'di says in the meaning of this aayah; meaning: his place of refuge and living is the fire which from it's names is 'Haawiyah'.

And Allaah knows best.

أبو سلمان النمري طلحة بن وليم

والعصر ان الانسان لفي خسر الا الذين آمنواو عملوا الصالحات و تواصوا بالحق و تواصوا بالصبر

This message was edited by abusalmaan on 5-6-03 @ 4:56 AM

05-05-2003 @ 11:09 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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Jazaakallaahu khayran abusalmaan. I was going to make the same point, when I noticed you already had pointed this out.

May Allaah reward all of you with goodness. Aameen.

was-salaamu 'alaykum wa rahmatullaah

قال الشيخ ابن باز الطائفة المنصورة هي الفرقة الناجية هما واحدة هم أهل السنة و الجماعة و هم السلفيون

07-05-2003 @ 9:37 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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As sallam ualaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatahu

Jazakamullahkharan ikhwaan, Abu Salman and Aqeel for your correction.

Before I put up the translation of the term Abul-Haawiya as ?the father of desire?, I was aware that the term haawiya meant a bottom-less pit which is used in the Quran as one of the names of the hellfire.
However, I deliberately didn?t translate it as ?the father of the bottom-less pit?. The reason for this is because of the tafseel of sheikh Muqbil (rahimahuallah) with respect to this man and I saw it fit instead to translate it the way I did.

The following is the third question which was asked to the sheikh by brothers from the UK between Maghrib and Isha in the masjid of Dar-ul-hadeeth Damaaj, Yemen. This question and answer session was recorded on Monday 24th August 1998 CE with a second session also being recorded on the following day.
I have only translated some of the answer of the sheikh, that which is pertinent to my translation of this term.


?Not too long ago, Abul-Aaaliya  and a group from among the hizbeeyeen alleged ? and how evil is what they alleged ? that the salafis are haddaadees and that their characteristics are the characteristics of the Khwaarij due to the abundance of their refutations on the people. And the reality is, that our brothers over there do not speak about anyone except after returning to their scholars, such as the likes of yourself and like sheikh Rabee? Al-Madkhalee and the scholars of Jordan and Saudi.
So, what is your statement regarding this slander?


?This slander, if Allah wills, will be a cause for the aiding of the Sunnah and for the aiding of Salafiyyah over there (in Britain) because the people will go and they will see and they will discuss with those (salafees) and will find them to be Ahl-us-Sunnah. So, they will (then) say:
?Abul-Haawiya has lied?. Abul-Haawiya or Abul-Aaaliya??

(The sheikh asks the people in the masjid this question and they all reply with a resounding ?Abul-Haawiya?)

O? yes our brothers, I do not pass judgement upon him that he is from the people of the hellfire, but (rather) this is the kunya which is befitting him?yes?because it is desire (hawa)?desire?that is as Allah, the Mighty, the Majestic has said:
?The likeness of those who were entrusted with the Torah is as the likeness of a donkey which carries huge burdens of books?.
So, the desire tumbles with its companion O? our brothers.
And this is a pure lie, a slander without any argumentation (about it being so).

Ahl-us-Sunnah, they were the first of those who warned against the haddaadees and they were the first of those who caused (people) to have an aversion to the haddaadees. And indeed, we  have said (before) that had the Prophet (sallalahu alaihi wa ala aalihi wa sallam) not said:
?None punishes with the fire except the lord of the fire?, then Al-Haddaad, the one who gives a verdict for the burning of Fath-ul-Baaree, would be more entitled to be burnt!

And Ahl-us-Sunnah have freed themselves from the haddaadees and from their innovations and they also free themselves from every liar.

And now O Abul-Haawiya?the truth has come and the falsehood has vanished, indeed falsehood is ever bound to vanish?.

Inshallah, I hope this clarifies as to why I translated the term as I did and it is clear also inshallah that the sheikh intended to show that this individual is from the people of desires.
If then this is case, then one may ask as to why our beloved sheikh did not simply refer to him as ?Abul-Hawa?? From what is apparent about this imam of the Sunnah, and what is known by all those who witnessed him, is that Sheikh Muqbil had a unique way of dealing with the opponents of the Sunnah and in terming and labeling them. Thus, we find that he would substitute their names with names which fitted their hideous characteristics and which rhymed with their original names. Henceforth, Abul-Aaliya was termed Abul-Haawiya, Ikhwaan-ul-Muslimoon were termed Ikhwaanul-Muflisoon and Jamiat-Ihya-Turath was called Jamiat-Ihya-Turaab!!!!  This is what seems apparent to me, and Allah knows best.

Points of benefit from Sheikh Muqbil?s speech on Abul-Haawiya:

1.     The issue of calling the Salafees Haddaadees was refuted by this noble imam nearly five years ago and he defended the Salafees from this slander. Without doubt, these words of the sheikh are a refutation of the same doubts that Al-Ma?ribi and his gang of hooligan supporters come with (that the Salafees are haddaadees). This issue of calling the Salafees in the UK haddaadees was started by the sheikh of Abul-Haawiya, Abdullah Al-Farsi, when the Salafees organized a conference in Walthastow, London,  entitled ?Removing the doubts?. In this conference the Salafees of the UK exposed the Ikhwaani figureheads of the UK and they used the likes of the kalaam of Sheikh Muqbil. Abul-Haawiya then started to spread this false appellation about the Salafees.

2.     The speech of sheikh Muqbil has come into effect about this man and the people are now truly calling him Abul-Haawiya and labeling him a liar. He has been deserted in large droves by those who used to be with him and the only ones that go to him are the innovators. Later on in the tape, the sheikh addresses Abul-Haawiya as an astray innovator. When this was first received by the Salafees, it appeared harsh. However, the passing of a few years shows us the extent of Sheikh Muqbil?s wisdom and ability to spot the people of innovation. His dealings and affections with the innovators has led him to become from them. Abul-Haawiya is known to talk about principles of the religion. However, the principles that he brings are from the principles of Ahul-Bida, thus rendering him upon the religion of his friends.
What is even more ironic, is that it was from this deviant that I first heard mention of this noble sheikh many years ago. Many moons ago when I was sitting in one of Abul-Haawiya?s manhaj (??!!!) classes I distinctively remember him saying that from amongst the scholars of today who are known for their knowledge in ilm-ur-rijaal, : ??.is sheikh Muqbil ibn Haadi Al-Waadiee? from Yemen?!!!!

3.     Ahul-us-Sunnah find no problems in these names which the imams of the ummah give to the people of innovation. Rather, we see that it is the people of innovation themselves who burn at these terms and names. And which example could be more pertinent here than that of the raiser of innovation, the enemy of the Sunnah, Abul-Hasan Al-Ma?ribi, the one who despised this act of naming and labeling the people of innovation by the likes of Sheikh Muqbil. I personally believe that this term, ?Abul-Haawiya?, was one of those terms which was particularly eating up at this Egyptian innovator. I say this because about four years ago, I met Abul-Hasan in Jordan (Zarqa and Amman) when he had just returned from his fitna making adventure in the UK. In Jordan he proceeded to tell me that Abul-Aaaliya had made tawbah for his mistakes and that he was with the Salafees. I told him that ?I know the man better than you and he is two faced ? no ?rather he is multiple faced?. He went back to Sheikh Muqbil and tried to have the verdict on Abul-Haawiya turned over.
When I got back to the UK, I phoned Abul-Haawiya to find out myself about this supposed tawbah and the answer I got was: ?Tawbah??? What tawbah?...I haven?t made any tawbah?!!!!!!!

There is more that can be said, but I don?t wish to tire you any more.
May Allah keep us all firm upon this manhaj and give us thabaat and ikhlaas upon the truth.


Abu Yusuf, Sagheer

07-05-2003 @ 9:44 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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Baarakallaahu feek yaa akhi!

I was just speeking with a brother after the maghrib salaah and he told me about the shaikh's tafseel on the word and he said YOU should respond because you was there at the time. Baarakallaahu feek! Ahsant.

أبو سلمان النمري طلحة بن وليم

والعصر ان الانسان لفي خسر الا الذين آمنواو عملوا الصالحات و تواصوا بالحق و تواصوا بالصبر

08-05-2003 @ 7:47 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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The condition of a person can be known by the information and reports of the trustworthy and truthful people, and not just by relying upon that person himself to explain his own condition. So if any of the Salafees know about the status of this brother in aqeedah, manhaj, his dawah and positions he takes, there is no harm if they explain it. This does not mean an automatic jarh or tabdee upon anyone but just a means to pointing out potential weaknesses in the manhaj of callers, if that is the case.

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