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Refuting the Notion of Bid'ah Hasanah (Good Innovation) in Worship: Part 8 - Imam Al-Nawawi's Refutation of Contemporary Innovators Trying to Justify Bidah Hasanah in Matters of Worship
Introduction We've met this individual , and he's running a very slick operation on the tube. We even had to commend him for his slickness, because it is very professional - when you are out to swindle, it simply has to be, there is no other choice. As most people's attention ...
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Specifying the Two Eeds or the Day of Jumu'ah for Visiting the Graves
Shaykh Ibn Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah) was asked: What is the ruling on specifying the two Eeds and the day of Jumu'ah for visting the graves? And from the Shaykh's answer: This has no basis, for specifying the day of Eed for visiting the graves and believing this is legislated is considered ... Read more »

Placing the Qur'an in One's Car and Elsewhere for Protection and Blessings
Shaykh Abd al-Aziz bin Baz (rahimahullaah) was asked: Question: Some people place Qur'anic verses and Prophetic statements in rooms in residences, or restaurants or offices. Likewise in the hospitals and clinics they hang the saying of Allaah, the Exalted, "And when I am ill He is the one who ... Read more »

The Baatinee Ismaa'eelee Ubaydiyyah (Alleged Fatimids) of Egypt Innovated the Celebration of the Mawlid
A common misconception is that celebration of the Mawlid was first done by the ruler of Irbil (in Iraq) Mudhaffar al-Din bin Zayn al-Din with the assistance of Umar bin Dihya in the early 7th century (after 604H). This is found mentioned in the history books and is found in Ibn Kathir's al-Bidayah ... Read more »

Shafi'ite Scholar Taj Al-Din Al-Fakihani (d. 734H): The Mawlid Is a Bidah Not Practised by the Salaf
Fatwa of Taj al-Din al-Fakihani on the Mawlid Al-Fakihani: I do not know for this mawlid (birthday celebration) any basis in the Book, nor the Sunnah and nor has its practice been narrated from any one of the Scholars of the Ummah who are the followed leaders in the religion... (Arabic Text) Taj ... Read more »

Proof From the Prophet, Companions, the Salaf and the Scholars That the Bid'ah Idafiyyah (Despite Having a Basis in the Shariah) Is Rejected: Part 5 - Al-Nawawi Refuting Bidah Related to Prostration
Quotes from Shafi'i Jurists We have some valuable quotes in some of the more lengthy articles dealing with the academic fraud of todays Innovators in trying to twist the statements of al-Shafi'i and some of the later Shafi'ite jurists such as al-Nawawi and al-Izz bin Abd al-Salam to justify innovations ... Read more »

Proof From the Prophet, Companions, the Salaf and the Scholars That the Bid'ah Idafiyyah (Despite Having a Basis in the Shariah) Is Rejected: Part 4 - Al-Nawawi Refuting a Bidah in the Tarawih Prayer
Quotes from Shafi'i Jurists We have some valuable quotes in some of the more lengthy articles dealing with the academic fraud of todays Innovators in trying to twist the statements of al-Shafi'i and some of the later Shafi'ite jurists such as al-Nawawi and al-Izz bin Abd al-Salam to justify innovations ... Read more »

Proof From the Prophet, Companions, the Salaf and the Scholars That the Bid'ah Idafiyyah (Despite Having a Basis in the Shariah) Is Rejected: Part 3 - Al-Nawawi's Refutation of the Bidah of Salat Al-Ragha'ib
Quotes from Shafi'i Jurists We have some valuable quotes in some of the more lengthy articles dealing with the academic fraud of todays Innovators in trying to twist the statements of al-Shafi'i and some of the later Shafi'ite jurists such as al-Nawawi and al-Izz bin Abd al-Salam to justify innovations ... Read more »

Proof From the Prophet, Companions, the Salaf and the Scholars That the Bid'ah Idafiyyah (Despite Having a Basis in the Shariah) Is Rejected: Part 2 - Al-Nawawi's Refutation of the Bidah of Salat Nisf Sha'ban
Quotes from Shafi'i Jurists We have some valuable quotes in some of the more lengthy articles dealing with the academic fraud of todays Innovators in trying to twist the statements of al-Shafi'i and some of the later Shafi'ite jurists such as al-Nawawi and al-Izz bin Abd al-Salam to justify innovations ... Read more »

Refuting the Notion of Bid'ah Hasanah (Good Innovation) in Worship: Part 8 - Imam Al-Nawawi's Refutation of Contemporary Innovators Trying to Justify Bidah Hasanah in Matters of Worship
Introduction We've met this individual , and he's running a very slick operation on the tube. We even had to commend him for his slickness, because it is very professional - when you are out to swindle, it simply has to be, there is no other choice. As most people's attention spans have dwindled ... Read more »

Refuting the Notion of Bid'ah Hasanah (Good Innovation) in Worship: Part 7 - A Diagrammatical Representation of the True and Real Intent of the Shafi'ite Jurists and Unveiling the Deception of the Contemporary Innovators
We are now six parts into the series, and its time now to bring out - yes you've guessed it - the dreaded diagram! As you peek from behind the pillow, take note that the diagram below should be studied as part of all the previous articles . It helps to distinguish between those affairs which todays ... Read more »

A Concise Explanation of the Shariah Definition of Bidah and Its Proofs From the Prophetic Sunnah
This article should be read alongside (on the completion and perfection of the Shariah) and (al-Shatibi's definition of bidah). Ahl al-Sunnah wal-Jamaa'ah, the followers of the Righteous Salaf, follow the Messenger (alayhis salaam) in all of their beliefs and understandings. Hence, all of their ... Read more »

The Ruling on Using Beads for Tasbeeh
Shaykh Salih al-Fawzan said, when asked about the ruling on using beads for remembering Alllaah: The tasbeeh beads (misbahah), when a person makes use of it, believing that in using it there is some excellence and virtue, and that it is from the ways and means of the remembrance of Allaah, the ... Read more »

Refuting the Notion of Bid'ah Hasanah (Good Innovation) in Worship: Part 6 - Al-Izz Bin Abd Al-Salam's Refutation of a Claimed 'Bidah Hasanah' and Refutation of the Doubts of Contemporary Innovators
Introduction and Background We have firmly established that the scholars distinguish between the linguistic usage of the term bidah (البدعة) and the Shariah usage of the term bidah, and we have also explained that whenever any Scholar has used the word bidah ... Read more »

Family of the Deceased Preparing Food for Others to Gather and Eat From
Abu Bakr al-Turtushi al-Maliki (d. 520H) wrote: Our Maliki scholars have said: To undertake preparation for condolences (i.e. organize sittings) is an innovation and disliked. So sits in his house, or in the mosque, in his sadness, but without presenting himself to receive condolences. In this ... Read more »

Refuting the Notion of Bid'ah Hasanah (Good Innovation) in Worship: Part 5 - Al-Izz Bin Abd Al-Salam on Adherence to the Sunnah and Avoiding Innovation in Worship
Note: Al-Izz bin Abd al-Salam was not upon the way of the Salaf in creed and methodology, he was an , having Tajahhum, and was also a Sufi, and he has much that he can be refuted for. There is a . Our intention here is to indicate that the five-fold classification of bidah spoken of by al-Izz does ... Read more »





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Specifying the Two Eeds or the Day of Jumu'ah for Visiting the Graves
Placing the Qur'an in One's Car and Elsewhere for Protection and Blessings
The Baatinee Ismaa'eelee Ubaydiyyah (Alleged Fatimids) of Egypt Innovated the Celebration of the Mawlid
Shafi'ite Scholar Taj Al-Din Al-Fakihani (d. 734H): The Mawlid Is a Bidah Not Practised by the Salaf
Proof From the Prophet, Companions, the Salaf and the Scholars That the Bid'ah Idafiyyah (Despite Having a Basis in the Shariah) Is Rejected: Part 5 - Al-Nawawi Refuting Bidah Related to Prostration
Proof From the Prophet, Companions, the Salaf and the Scholars That the Bid'ah Idafiyyah (Despite Having a Basis in the Shariah) Is Rejected: Part 4 - Al-Nawawi Refuting a Bidah in the Tarawih Prayer
Proof From the Prophet, Companions, the Salaf and the Scholars That the Bid'ah Idafiyyah (Despite Having a Basis in the Shariah) Is Rejected: Part 3 - Al-Nawawi's Refutation of the Bidah of Salat Al-Ragha'ib
Proof From the Prophet, Companions, the Salaf and the Scholars That the Bid'ah Idafiyyah (Despite Having a Basis in the Shariah) Is Rejected: Part 2 - Al-Nawawi's Refutation of the Bidah of Salat Nisf Sha'ban
Refuting the Notion of Bid'ah Hasanah (Good Innovation) in Worship: Part 8 - Imam Al-Nawawi's Refutation of Contemporary Innovators Trying to Justify Bidah Hasanah in Matters of Worship
Refuting the Notion of Bid'ah Hasanah (Good Innovation) in Worship: Part 7 - A Diagrammatical Representation of the True and Real Intent of the Shafi'ite Jurists and Unveiling the Deception of the Contemporary Innovators

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Shafi'ite Scholar Taj Al-Din Al-Fakihani (d. 734H): The Mawlid Is a Bidah Not Practised by the Salaf
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