Thursday, March 6, 2014

Refuting The Lie Of Kufr Doona Kufr: (March 06 2014)


By: Shaikh Abdullah Faisal

There is an erroneous concept in the Ummah today that says, to dismantle the Shariah of Allah is a minor Kufr. This creed is propogated vigorously by the Saudi Salafis, may the curse of Allah be upon them. They claim that there's a Hadith of Ibn Abbas that says to dismantle the Shariah of Allah is kufr doona kufr (minor kufr). First and foremost this Hadith is weak as stated by all the ulamaa of haqq. Only unsuspecting Muslims don't know this Hadith is weak. Its amazing how a people who claim to be Ahlul Hadith based their newly  made up religion on a weak Hadith. The stench of their hypocrisy is excruciating and unbearable. When the Jews dismantled the Shariah Allah turned them into apes and swine. Maybe the mad Madkhalis believe
He Allah was overreacting when He turned the Jews into apes and swine for tampering with the Shariah. When Shaikh Sulayman al Ulwaan challenged Fawzaan and the other palace scholars for a public debate about the lie of kufr doona kufr, they conspire to give him 15 yrs in prison in KSA. I hereby present to you five fatawa from five classical scholars to flush the erroneous creed of the Saudi Salafis down the drain.

(1) Shaikhul Islam Ibn Taymiyyah said: And it is known from the religion (of Islam) by necessity and by the consensus of all Muslims that whoever legalizes to follow other than the religion of Islam or a Sharia other than the Sharia of Muhammad (SAW), he is a Kaafir. And his kufr is similar to that of the one who believes in some part of the book (Quran) and reject some of it. 

Majmua Al-Fataawa: Vol 28, p.524.

(2) Shaikh Ibn Katheer said: "So whoever leaves the clear Shari'ah, which was revealed to Muhammad Ibn Abdullah, the Seal of the Prophets, and takes the Hukm to other than it from the laws of Kufr which are abrogated, he has disbelieved. So what about the one who takes the Hukm to the 'Yasiq' (the law of the Tartars which mixed Shari'ah rulings with invented rulings) and puts it before it?! Whoever does that, he has disbelieved by the Ijmaa' of the Muslims."

{"Al-Bidaayah wa Nihaayah", Vol. 13/ 119}

(3)) Shaikh Allama al-Shinqiti-may Allah be merciful with him-has said: to commit shirk with Allah in judging is of the same meaning as to commit shirk in his worship, there is no difference between the two in any manner. There is no difference in any sense between he who follows a system (nizam) other than Allah's system or law other than Allah's law (sharia) and he who worships an idol or prostrates to a false god. They are the same and both are polytheists [associating others] with Allah. 

(Adwa' al-Bayan, 7:162)

(4) Shaikh Abdul-'Azeez Ibn 'Abdullah Ibn Baaz said: "There is no Eeman for the one who believes the laws of the people and their opinions are superior to the Hukm of Allah and His Messenger or that they are equal to it or that they resemble it or who leaves it or replaces it with fabricated laws and institutions invented by people, even if he believes that the laws of Allah are more encompassing and more just."

[Wujoob Tah'keem Shari'ah Allah' (pg. 16-17)]

(5) Shaikh Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-'Uthaymeen said: "The first type is when the Hukm of Allah is removed and replaced with another Taghuutee Hukm, so that the Hukm of the Shari'ah is eliminated between the people and he puts in its place another Hukm from the fabrication of the humans and they remove the laws of the Shari'ah concerning the Mu'amalah (i. e. the general actions between people) and they put in its place fabricated laws and this, without doubt, is Istib'daal (i.e. replacement) of the Shari'ah of Allah subhaanahuu wa-ta'ala, with other than it. And this is Kufr which removes one from the Milla because this person put himself at the level of the Creator because he shara'a (legislated) for the slaves of Allah that which Allah ta'ala did not give permission for and that is Shirk in His, ta'ala's saying: "Or have they partners with Allâh (false gods), who have instituted for them a religion, which Allâh has not allowed?" (Ash-Shu'ara, 21) -
{"Fiqh Al-'Ebaadaat", #60}