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Clarifications Of The Scholars On The Grave And Dangerous Errors Of Sayyid Qutb

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Who Are Those From Whom Knowledge Is Not Acquired



[Knowledge Is Neither Acquired From The Ignorant One Nor From Ahlul Ahwaa Wal Bidah (The people Of Desires And Innovation]





Those from whom knowledge is not acquired include: the ignoramus, those not known for seeking knowledge, the scholars of medicine and geology etc.  These (people) are not scholars and are not specialized in the knowledge of the sharee'ah.  Therefore, knowledge is not acquired from the likes of these (people), neither the explanation of the book nor the Sunnah.  Imaam Ibnul Qayyim (rahimahullaah) stated:

'Ignorance is the source of every corruption.  Every harm that afflicts the slave in the (affairs) of his Dunyaah and the aakhirah is as a result of ignorance'

And from the erroneous (affairs) is the view of some people that the Jaahil is only that one who can neither read nor write.  There is no doubt that this is a deficient understanding.  As for what is intended by the word 'Jaahil' in the ahaadith and narrations of the Salaf, then it (refers) to everyone who speaks about the religion of Allaah without evidence--even if he (the speaker) is one who teaches, authors books and delivers sermons.  

Likewise, the word 'Jaahil' refers to Ahlul Ahwaa Wal Bidah (the people of desires and innovation).  They are ignorant (people) from whom knowledge is not acquired.  Everyone who speaks about the religion of Allaah without knowledge is from the ignorant ones.

Abu Daawood and others reported from Ibn Abbaas (radiyallaahu-anahu) that a man got injured during the lifetime of the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam), and then had a wet dream after that.  He asked his companions, 'Can I perform tayammum?' They said, 'No, not if you have water.' He performed ghusl and died. When they came to the Messenger of Allah, they informed him of what had transpired. He said, 'They killed him, and may Allaah kill them. Do you not ask if you do not know? The cure for the ignorant person is to ask.

And the hadeeth of Ibn Umar has already been mentioned that: 'Allah does not take away the knowledge by taking it away from [the hearts of] the people, but takes it away when none of the 'ulama' remain, and people will take as their leaders ignorant persons (Rużoosan Juhhaalan) who when consulted will give their verdict without knowledge. So they will go astray and will lead the people astray.'

So what is intended by Ru'oosan Juhhaalan' (ignorant leaders) is not that they can neither read nor write, rather the intent behind 'Ru'oosan Juhhaalan' (ignorant leaders) is the one who speaks about the Religion of Allaah without knowledge, even if he is one who delivers sermons, authors (books), gives advice and admonition.

Knowledge is not acquired from one who is neither known for seeking knowledge nor one who is not known for sitting with the scholars.  Sheikh Saaleh al Fawzaan (may Allaah preserve him and grant him good health) stated:

'Knowledge is not acquired from the ignorant one even if he claims to be a seeker of knowledge'

The meaning of this is that: [knowledge is not acquired from him] even if he is a dissiminator of (knowledge) through teaching the people; for he cannot be acquainted with the Religion of Allaah whilst being ignorant.

And the category of people who deserve to be labelled as Ahlul Ahwaa Wal Bidah (the people of desires and innovation) include the Khawaarij, the Soofiyyah and every contemporary group that opposes the Book and the Sunnah, such as Jamaa'ah At-Tableegh and the group Ikhwaan Muslimeen.

To be continued.....Inshaa-Allaah





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Knowledge Is Not To Be Acquired From The Asaaghir



Khateeb Al Baghdaadee (rahimahullaah) reported in Al-Faqeeh from Umayyah al Jumhee(radiyallaahu anhu), from the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) who said:

'Verily from the signs of the hour is that knowledge will be taken from the asaaghir (smaller, younger ones)'

Ibnul Mubaarak (rahimahullaah) said that the asaaghir are the ahlul bidah.  And amongst the harms (resulting) from taking knowledge from ahlul bidah are:

[1]The one who takes knowledge from them will become immersed in their innovations.

[2]The student's heart will become attached to the innovator.  The student will (also) have love for him, and the person is associated with the one he loves.

[3]Ahlul Bidah will increase in great numbers if knowledge is acquired from them.

[4]The people will be deceived regarding what (ahlul bidah) are upon when (knowledge is acquired from them)

[5]Sitting with (ahlul bidah) leads to turning away from the truth.

[6]The one who sits with (ahlul bidah) will be deprived of wisdom.  

       The sheikh then mentioned that some of the people of knowledge explained 'Asaaghir' to mean the small students of knowledge, and that this meaning is proven to be true when the small students abandon the major Scholars.



For further details on this topic, visit www.salafipublications.com, [The Obstacles In The Path Of Knowledge: Taking Knowledge From The Asaaghir] (Article ID Number: SCL060005)



Finally, this is what Allaah has made easy for us to extract of benefits from the lecture of the Shaikh (hafidha-hullaah).  Indeed, there are far more benefits in the lecture of the Shaikh and perhaps other brothers and sisters can extract these benefits and post them in this thread or elsewhere for the benefit of everyone.

We ask Allaah for Tawfeeq and Thabaat in all aspects of our Deen.

Abu Mu-aawiyyah Abdullaah Bin Abubakr Al-Fulaani Al-Gambi
    





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Assalaamoe 'alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakatoehoe

BarakAllaahu feekum for this article. I had a question because I wanted to translate this in Dutch for the Da'wah here, but I came to a number of ploblems. First of all, where exactly does this come from, because I could'nt find many of the citations and sayings back in the audio from Troid? There are also some citations that are not finished, or not correctly translated. Can someone maybe correct the article and put it in pdf format?

Wassalaamoe 'aleikum

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Assalaamu alaykum warahmatullaahi wabarakaatuhu

Pray you are well and in strength of Imaan.

Jazaa-kallaahu khayran.  The following article is just an extract of some of the beneficial points and not a full translation.  likewise, may Allaah reward you if you can correct any mistakes you come accross.

Finally, I have the full transcprit of the lecture.  If you send your email address to the admin of Salafitalk I will send you the transcrip Inshaa-Allaah.  And may Allaah reward you for any additions and corrections.  

Abdullaah Gambi; on behalf of Markazus Salafi
    

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Q: Dear Shaykh, what do you prefer for a beginner student of knowledge; to stick to one shaykh or study under more than one?

A: I do not know of an Islamic text specifically reported in this regard. However, a student of knowledge should look for scholars who are more understood, have a good command of religious knowledge and are known for their diligence and adherence to the Sunnah. They should search for scholars who are endowed with insight, knowledge and virtue and are renown among Muslims to be followers of the Sunnah. Thus, they can benefit from their knowledge and instructions. Students of knowledge should not restrict themselves to only one scholar. If there are numerous scholars from Ahl-ul-Sunnah (adherents to the Sunnah) who are known to be true scholars, all praise be to Allah; for it is better to acquire knowledge from more than a source. Scholars differ and some of them may be more beneficial or better at explaining than others. Accordingly, students should not limit themselves to one scholar, as long as they are from Ahl-ul-Sunnah and are known for their good reputation, sound 'Aqidah (creed) and vast knowledge.

There is nothing wrong in learning from them all and attending their education circles and benefitting from them all. This is encouraged. Moreover, this is more protective for one's religion, as studying under more than one scholar from Ahl-ul-Sunnah wal-Jama'ah (adherents to the Sunnah and the Muslim mainstream) saves one from missing any issue that may be obligatory to know, as some teachers may miss to mention some issues or be distracted from tackling some subjects. Hence, it is better and more perfect to learn from a number of scholars, provided that they are from Ahl-ul-Sunnah.

Modified from Ibn Baz Fatwas Vol. 24 Page No. 91.

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Below quote is the concluding portion of the reply of Allaamah Ibn Baaz (raheemahullaah) when he was asked "What is your opinion regarding those who claim that holding birthday celebrations, reading the Qur'an for the dead and dedicating the reward of reading it to them is permissible?"
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...it is the duty of Muslim scholars to warn people against these celebrations and educate them. Also, it is the duty of the public to ask the people of knowledge about ambiguous issues and do their best to understand the teachings of Islam. They should ask the people of knowledge from Ahl-ul-Sunnah (Adherents to Sunnah), and not the people who teach bid'ah(heresies) and khurafaat(superstitions). Any inquiries should be addressed to the scholars of Ahl-ul-Sunnah who are knowledgeable about the Sunnah of the Messenger (peace be upon him); who apply the Laws of the Qur'an and Sunnah and act upon them. As for the Ulema' as-Soo'(preachers of evil) and Ulema' of bid'ah (heresy), they must not be asked about these issues or consulted. The question should be directed to the people of knowledge who judge by the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger (peace be upon him), those who practice what they preach and imitate the Salaf in following the Sunnah and shunning Bid'ahs. We ask Allah to grant us all guidance and success!
[url=http://alifta.com/Fatawa/FatawaDetails.aspx?View=Page&PageID=288&PageNo=1&BookID=8#P70]Nur 'Ala Al-Darb Fatwas Vol. No. 3 Page No. 70[/url]

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Warning against seeking Fatwa from ignorant people and those who follow false doctrines

His Eminence Shaykh 'Abdul 'Aziz Bin 'Abdullah Ibn Baz, the General Mufti of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Chairman of Council of Senior Scholars and Departments of Scholarly Research and Ifta', warned youth against asking for the opinion of the ignorant, half-educated people and followers of false doctrines who seek to sow the seeds of discord between Muslims and try to harm their Din (religion).

In response to a question published in Al-Yawm newspaper on the role scholars can play in directing young people and warning them against adopting alien principles which incite them to rebel against their country, His Eminence said:

"It is the duty of scholars of the Qur'an and Sunnah (whatever reported from the Prophet) to convey to people the duties which Allah (Exalted be He) has ordered them to fulfill and to avoid what He has declared to be prohibited. They should warn them against obeying ignorant people who seek to sow seeds of discord between Muslims. Lacking beneficial knowledge, their ultimate concern is to be at enmity with Islam and its followers. They seek to confuse Muslims with regard to their religion. His Eminence reiterated the necessity of guarding against this sort of people. He called upon all people to only ask for the opinion of righteous and wise scholars who are well-versed in the Qur'an and Sunnah.

Fatwas of Ibn Baz Vol. 9 pg. 398

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Below are 2 Q&A with Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan hafidhahullaah on this topic:-
  • [url=http://www.safeshare.tv/v/boPKCdMS6-8]Explanation of "Look towards whom you take your knowledge from"[/url]
  • [url=http://dusunnah.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=116:the-ruling-on-seeking-fataawaa-from-other-than-the-scholars&catid=89:worship&Itemid=70]The Ruling on Seeking Fatawaa from Other than The Scholar[/url]

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