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20-11-2006 @ 10:24 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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Anyone have info. on this person or his manhaj?

Ibrahim Bukhari
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21-11-2006 @ 9:21 PM    Notify Admin about this post
Abu Mu-aawiyah Abdullah bin AbuBakr Al (UK)
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Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem

he is the spiritual leader of the organisation called ??Minhaaj UL Qur?aan??.  He is yet another extreme philosophical sofee who utilizes weak and fabricated ahaadith to justify seeking aid from the dead.  

Likewise, he is an open caller to the unity of religions and refers to the yahood and nasaarah as believing bros and sisters of the muslims.

We seek Allah?s protection from the trial of the callers to misguidance.

25-11-2006 @ 2:01 PM    Notify Admin about this post
Abu Yusuf Sagheer Ibn Abdir-Rasheed (London, UK)
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As sallam ualaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu

"Dr. Taahir-ul-Qaadree used to claim back in the day that the Messenger of Allah (sallalahu alaihee wa sallam) would visit him whist he was in the state of being awake (and not just in a dream as most deviants claim!!!). He also said that the Messenger of Allah (sallalahu alaihee wa sallam)was the one who told him to set up his unruly organisation Minhaaj-ul-Quran!!! This claim to seeing the Prophet (sallalahu alaihee wa sallam)seems to be something hereditary as he also claims that his father was visited by the Prophet (sallalahu alaihee wa sallam)whilst making I'tikaaf during layla-tul-Qadr!!! There are also many other instances of this man mentioning such nonsensical babble. This information is taken from an Urdu publication entitled 'Wahdat' 12 July 1993, issue No.3 which was printed in Manchester.
In this issue there is also a picture shown of Taahir-ul-Qaadree alongside Pakistani women without Hijaab, but I suppose that this is minor when we consider his aqeedah and Tawheed related deviations.
At one point in the past he was seen as a 'leader' of the bareilwees, but in light of the fact that nowadays that this deviant sect has itself split up into different faction - with each faction rejoicing with that which it has  - this appelation no longer applies. Instead, he is now known as Sheikh-ul-Islaam by his ignorant followers, as I remember seeing in one of their pathetic newsletters!!!

May Allah save us from the likes of these 'people'. Aameen.

Abu Yusuf

02-12-2006 @ 11:56 PM    Notify Admin about this post
Abu Abd Ar Rahman Abd Al Adheem Ibn Faheem ibn Zia ibn Ma'een (KSA/ Bangalore, India)
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Reply To The Soofee Claim That Ibn Taymiyyah ( ) Supported Mawlid


And you will find the majority of these (who celebrate the birthday) in ardent desire of these sort of innovations - along with what they have of good intention and ijtihaad for which reward is hoped for - but you would find them feeble in following the command of the Messenger, that which they have been commanded to be eager and vigorous in, indeed they are of the position of one who adorns the Mushaf but does not read what is in it or reads what is in it but does not follow it. Or the position of one who decorates the mosques but does not pray in them, or prays in them rarely...

>>>Ibn Taymiyyah On Mawlid<<<

The attachment below was openly displayed in the Mosque of Tahir-ul-Qadiri in London.

03-12-2006 @ 2:46 PM    Notify Admin about this post
Abu 'Abdirrahmaan Adnaan ibn Salman (Birmingham, UK.)
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Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri is someone who calls openly to shirk akbar.

This is taken from a book he has written which is available on the internet:


Beseeching for Help (Istighāthah)

By Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri


The Meaning of Appeal to the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) for Help
Justification of Istighathah after death
Smoothing out the Wrinkles
Religious Leaders and Istighathah
Line of Demarcation between Belief and Disbelief


“Therefore, by regarding the Prophet ( ) as a derivative helper, it is quite valid to seek his help and assistance after his death as it was valid during his earthly existence.”

Compare this with Allaah’s clear statements:


Verily, you cannot make the dead to hear

Such is Allaah your Lord; His is the kingdom. And those, whom you invoke or call upon instead of Him, own not even a Qitmeer (the thin membrane over the datestone).

If you invoke (or call upon) them, they hear not your call, and even if they were to hear, they could not grant it (your request) to you. And on the Day of Resurrection, they will disown your shirk (i.e. your worshipping them besides Allaah). And none can inform you (O Muhammad sallallaahu’alaihiwasallam) like Him Who is the All-Knower.


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