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Aqeedah (Islamic Beliefs)


Description : ATHAABUL QABR or the Punishment of the Grave is a reality established by the Qur’aan and Hadith. Ijma’ (Consensus) of the Ummah exists on this belief since the age of the Sahaabah (radhiyallahu anhum). Heretics and deviates such as the Mu’tazilah and some Rawaafidh, etc. have denied this belief and irrefutable Shar’i reality. Modernist and deviate groups in this belated age in close proximity to Qiyaamah have taken up this heretical belief of kufr and are deceiving innocent and ignorant Muslims into believing that Athaab-e-Qabr is not a teaching of Islam when in fact it is an integral part of Imaan. Denial of this belief is kufr --KUFR which eliminates Imaan, which expels the deviate from the fold of Islam. Since deviant groups have severed their relationship with the Sahaabah and the Salf-e-Saaliheen, they have become sufficiently audacious and vulgar to reject the Qur’aanic and Hadith interpretations of these noble and illustrious authorities of Islam in favour of their own brands of ta’weel-e-baatil (baseless and kufr kinds of interpretation) which is the product of their nafsaani and whimsical fancies and corrupt opinion.

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Imam Mahdi (alayhis salaam)

Description : The unanimous (Ijmaa-ee) belief of the Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama'ah (the Followers of the Four Math-habs) that Imaam Mahdi (alayhis salaam) will appear during the last of ages, namely, during the age when Hadhrat Nabi Isaa (alayhis salaam! and Dajjaal will make their appearance. The Shiahs subscribe to a concocted and baseless view regarding Imaam Mahdi (alayhis salaam). They believe that at the age of five or six years in the fifth century, Imaam Mahdi disappeared with the origi- nal Qur'aan and is until this day hibernating in a cave in concealment and fear. He will appear according to their baseless concoction, during the final era of this world and exhume the bodies of Hadnrat Abu Bakr, Hadhrat Umar and Hadhrat Aishah (radhiyallahu anhum) and punish them severely after having restored them to life. In these days, modernists—or some deviant modernists — have cast aspersions on the authentic ahadith which report and establish beyond any vestige of doubt the Ahlus Sunnah's belief regarding the advent of Imaam Mahdi (alayhis salaam). All authorities of the Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama'ah —of former and later times—unanimously proclaim the correctness of the belief regarding Imaam Mahdi (alayhis salaam).
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Nabi Issa (Alaihis Sallam) - Is he Dead of Alive

Description : No one on this earth be he Muslim or no n - Muslim ? dispute s the fact th a t Islam in its final form was the Message delivered to mankind by Nabi Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) more than 1425 yea r s ago. There is consensus of all people that Islam is not the product of this age or of a few decades ago or of a couple of centuries ago. When it is said that Muhammad Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) delivered to mankind the Islam which Allah Ta'ala had revealed to him, it is understood thereby that he handed to the world a set of beliefs and practices? t he Aqaaid and A'maa l of Islam. He did not leave Islam as an ambiguous concept subject to the understanding and interpretations of the multitudes of people. It is only logical and a simpl e fact to understand that the beliefs and practices of the Sahaabah and the early Muslims of the Khairul Quroon (the Three noblest Ages of Islam) constitute Is-lam, and that only their Beliefs and Practices are authentic and valid. Any belief or practice which conflicts with th e Aqaai d and A'maal of the Sahaabah will not be part of Islam. Thus, if someone today has to claim that there are only three Fardh Sa- laat instead of the five that we know of and adhere to, then the first question such a proponent will have to answer is: When d i d this belief or teaching of three Salaat develop in Islam? If he cannot prove that it originated with the Sahaabah, then ob v i- ously it will be expunged as kufr and branded a figment of the shaitaan's evil whispering into the heart of the one who contended the belief or act of kufr.

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