Daesh cult reaffirms they are upon the Najdi Dawah

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The modern day Khawarij cult “Daesh” in their latest propaganda magazine (i.e., Rumiyah Issue #10) once again clarifies and reaffirms about themselves that their cult was “established upon the same principles as the blessed Najdi da’wah state founded by the followers of the Mujaddid Imam Muhammed Ibn ‘Abdil-Wahhab“. It should leave no doubt for those still in denial.

Although they consider it a “blessed” Najdi dawa,  the Prophet on the contrary said about Najd:

Narrated Ibn ‘Umar: that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: “O Allah bless us in our Sham! O Allah bless us in our Yemen.” They said: “And in our Najd” He said: “O Allah bless us in our Sham! O Allah bless us in our Yemen.” They said: “And in our Najd” He said: “Earthquakes are there, and tribulations are there.” Or he said: “The horn of Shaitan comes from there.” – [ Jami`at-Tirmidhi]

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End of the Month of Ramadan

Rasool ur-Rahmah (The Messenger of Mercy)

The month of Ramadān is the month of serenity and purity [shahr as-safā’], the month of fulfillment and fidelity [shahr al-wafā’]. It is the month of those who practice the remembrance of their Lord [shahr adh-dhākirīn], the month of those who endure with patience [shahr as-sabirīn], and the month of those who are honest and truthful [shahr as-sadiqīn]. So, if it does not have the effect of improving your heart — if it does not induce you to desist from the rebellious acts against your Lord, and does not make you avoid the company of troublemakers and criminals — what else can exert a positive influence on your heart? What goodness can be hoped for in a case like yours? What redeeming quality can survive in someone like you? What successful outcome can be expected from an individual like you?

You had better pay attention, O miserable wretch, and try…

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Miraj-e-Mustafa – Divine Vision of Almighty Allah

Rasool ur-Rahmah (The Messenger of Mercy)

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Ibn al-Qayyim said: “ ‘Uthmaan ibn Sa’eed al-Daarimi said in his book al-Ru’yah that there was consensus among the Sahaabah that he [the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him)] did not see his Lord on the night of the Mi’raaj.

Some of them excluded Ibn ‘Abbaas and said that he was not one of those who said that.

Our Shaykh says that this does not go against the facts, for Ibn ‘Abbaas did not say that he saw Him with the eyes in his head, and Ahmad relied upon this in one of the two reports narrated from him, where he says that he saw Himbut he did not say that that was with the eyes in his head. The wording used by Ahmad is the same as that used by Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with them both).

What indicates that…

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Khawarij cult member admits raping more than 200 women

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Captive ISIS militant admits raping more than 200 women

ISIS captured militant Ammar Hussein. (Supplied)

Captured ISIS militant Ammar Hussein says that he raped more than 200 women from Iraqi minorities, and shows few regrets.

Kurdish intelligence authorities gave Reuters rare access to Hussein and another IS militant who were both captured during an assault on the city of Kirkuk in October that killed 99 civilians and members of the security forces. Sixty-three IS militants died.

Hussein said his emirs, or local IS commanders, gave him and others a green light to rape as many Yazidi and other women as they wanted.

“Young men need this,” Hussein told Reuters in an interview after a Kurdish counter-terrorism agent removed a black hood from his head. “This is normal.”

Hussein said he moved from house to house in several Iraqi cities…

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Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal (d. 241H) on taking barakah from the Kaabah

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Imam Ahmed on barakah from Kaaba

In the book “Zad al Musafir” by the Hanbali scholar,  Abu Bakr Abd al-Aziz, also known as Ghulam al-Khallal (d. 363H), the following report is related,

وقال في رواية حنبل: إذا أراد أن يَستَشفِيَ بشيء مِن طِيبِ الكعبة، لا يأخُذ مِن طِيبِ البيت شيئًا، ولكن يأتي بطِيبٍ مِن عندِهِ فيُلْزِقُه على البيت ثم يأخُذُه.

Rough translation:

It was reported from Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal that he said: If one wanted to seek cure with some ointment/perfume from the Kaaba, one does not take from the ointment that is on the (Sacred) House, but instead one comes with his own ointment and pastes it on the (Sacred) House and then takes it.

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The saying of polytheists, “you have a partner under your ownership”

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Update 23/01/2017 (Original post 07/05/2012)

In authentic narrations, it is mentioned that during the practice of Hajj the idolators used to say in their Talbiyah: “You have no partner except the partner that You have, You own Him and whatever he owns”. The followers of Muhammed Ibn Abdul Wahab cite this saying of the polytheists to argue that polytheists believed in the oneness of Allah’s Lordship or oneness in His Ownership.

In this saying “You have no partner except the partner that You have, You own Him and whatever he owns” we see on the one hand the polytheist explicitly ascribing a partner to Allah, yet they are claiming the partner to be under Allah’s ownership. The Wahhabiyya take the latter statement in isolation as a proof for their argument that polytheists recognized the oneness of Allah’s Lordship. But the reality of its meaning can be understood by noting the…

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