Figure 1A; Unifiers of Religion, but what is left once you unify everything?



It is most assuredly the case that Islam is the only true way. The preaching of the salvation is exclusive. By exclusive, it is meant that it is impossible for one to find salvation outside of the revealed way that Allah has given, this being Islam.

And whoever seeks a religion other than Islam, it will never be accepted fom him. And in the Hereafter, he will be one of the losers.[1]

No apologies are made by the writer or all of those before him who affirmed this very thing. This faith is complete and one, truth is complete and one and what has been passed down over the millennia is complete and one.

This day I have completed your religion and perfected My Favour upon you and I am pleased for Islam to be your religion. [2]

We have been commanded to preach this faith. Allah has told us to do this as an obligation alone or in groups.

Say, ‘I preach to you one thing: that you stand up for the sake of Allah in pairs or singly.’ [3]

He has also revealed,

And speak out and proclaim the favour of your Lord.[4]

We would not be commanded to preach this faith and to stand up for it if it was not worth fighting for at all. Indeed further to this, there would be no virtue in preaching something that was already just as valid as the other “truths” that were extant. The fact that Islam has been revealed as the only truth dawns on the reader instantly by reading through the Qur’an and the Sunnah.

The Spectre of Universalism

In this age of continued universalism and falsehood, Muslims are now able to see that there are some deceivers amongst them, wearing the very mantle of righteousness and the sacred clothes of the theologians and judges. Those who lie in wait to deceive are teaching universalism. The universalistic movement utilised by these friends of Gnosticism and Deism has a three prong approach:

Pure Universalism: This is to adopt an attitude that all religions inherently are truthful, believe in and worship the same god and ultimately lead to Paradise.


Interfaith Universalism: Muslims, Jews and Christians are members of the “Abrahamic faiths” and the Prophet Ibrahim, peace be upon him, is their father and the source of all their faiths. It is usually claimed that the Prophet Ibrahim, peace be upon him, is just as much a Muslim as he is a Jew or a Christian. He is the common ancestor of the great monotheistic traditions.


Cultic universalism: As long as you state that you are Muslim, it is so.

Advocates of this doctrine leading to eternal judgement usually state that they desire to give Muslims, Christians and Jews opportunities to learn more “the neighbour next door” and to “share their faiths.”[5]

Anyone present at these gatherings listening carefully will be struck by the fact that the Muslim spokesmen in these meetings will speak on Islam for hours without quoting any verses and without sharing salvation.

Rather, the idea being put in the mind of the observer in the audience is that the three aforementioned religions issue from the same source and that all three adherents believe in, worship and are discussing the same god.

At the urging of the organisers of such gatherings, Muslims are made to promise not to proselytise, while cultists, unbelievers and assorted filth of the earth are not held to such guidelines. The end result is to bring the individual Muslim closer to becoming another Ibn al-Ahmar.[6]

Is There Any Basis for Universalism?

Upon detecting the slightest bit of resistance from the common Muslim to this idolatrous farce, the Muslim spokesman will moisten his forked tongue with the Words of the Creator of all to stupefy the mind of the believer. Allah has revealed,

Indeed, those who believe and those who are Jews, those who are Christians, those who are Sabians, whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day and does righteous deeds shall have their reward with their Lord. Neither shall there be any fear for them, nor will they grieve. [7]

Allah has also told us,

Indeed those who believe, those who are Sabians and those who are Christians, whoever believed in Allah and the Last Day and did righteous deeds, neither shall there be any fear for them, nor shall they grieve.[8]

A Response to the Evidences

The Imams Al-Husain al-Baghawi, Ibn `Atiyyah al-Andalusi, Al-`Izz ibn `Abdus-Salam and Al-Mawardi, Ibn Jarir at-Tabari and Ibn al-Jawzi,[9] may Allah be pleased with all of them, state that these ayat have the following meanings:

a.      Those people mentioned in the beginning part of the ayah are those who truly believe as well as those hypocrites who were claiming belief and it has not been sealed in their heart.

b.     The Jews, Christians and other religions mentioned are those who have believed if one reads the ayah in its’ context and understands the grammar.

c.      The passages also refer to those who were believers before the advent of the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah upon him, and either came to know him or did not. They believed in Allah and His Last Primordial Prophet and they did not distort their faith or change it from its’ pristine form.

d.     Those righteous pre-Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah upon him, Muslims  include people such as Habib an-Najjar, Qass ibn Sa`idah, Zaid ibn `Amr ibn Nawfal, Waraqah ibn Nawfal, Al-Bara’ as-Sanni, Abu Dhar al-Ghifari, Salman al-Farisi, Bahirah the Monk and the Abyssinian king an-Najashi

e.      The passages in question mention believing in Allah and the Last Day as well as doing good deeds. We know that this ayah is not referring to a Jew, Christian or idol worshipper keeping their faith, as Allah says that He does not accept the good deeds of the kuffar.

Those who do not believe, their deeds are like a mirage in a sandy desert, which the one who is thirsty mistakes for water; until when he comes to it he finds it to be nothing, but he finds Allah with him and Allah will pay him his account and Allah is swift in taking account. [10]

Therefore, they would have to be Muslims in order to have their good deeds accepted and the only way to be a Muslim in truth is through the testimony of faith. Allah has called people who practice other religions unbelievers,

Indeed, those who do not believe from the People of the Book and the idol worshippers, they are in the Fire forever and they are the worst of creation. [11]

Allah says further,

Indeed those who believe and those who are Jews, those who are Sabians, those who are Christians, those who are Magians and those who worship idols, indeed Allah will judge between them on the Day of Resurrection. And Allah is Witness over all things. [12]

When commenting upon the above verse, the great student of the companion, Anas ibn Malik, by the name of Imam Qatadah, may Allah be pleased with both of them, remarked, “In this ayah, the six religions are mentioned; five belonging to Shaitan and one for the Most Merciful.” [13]

Imam Badr ud-Din al-`Aini, the great Hanafi scholar, may Allah be pleased with him, has told us, “So whoever should change the Revealed Laws of the Prophets and make his own law, such a law is false and it is impermissible to follow such people.” [14]

The Imam mentions further, “Due to that sin, the Jews and the Christians became kuffar. They hold tight to their distorted law while Allah has declared that all humanity is to follow the Revealed Law of Muhammad.”[15]

Those using general texts such as those above are actually over generalising. This is an almost elementary mistake in application and understanding the Qur’an. If one takes those passages cited as proof, they should put them with others, such as,

And whoever seeks a religion other than Islam, it will never be accepted from him. And in the Hereafter, he will be one of the losers. [16]

Those who would state that other religions are just as acceptable to stifle racism and create harmony against prejudice are actually prejudicing a person to the truth that could hamper and decrease racism as an institution and give someone eternal salvation from a destruction and conflagration that is eternal.

Does Allah Say that All Religions Are True?

The Words of Our Lord are just,

Indeed the religion in the sight of Allah is Islam. [17]

And He warns us yet again,

And whoever seeks a religion other than Islam, it will never be accepted from him. And in the Hereafter, he will be one of the losers. [18]


Allah has again proclaimed that there is only one true faith,

He is the One who sent His Messenger, with guidance and the religion of truth to make it victorious over all other religions, even though the idol worshippers may hate it. [19]

Do All These Religions Have the Same Deity?

We have been told,

Unbelievers! I do not worship that which you worship. Nor will you worship what I worship. And I will not worship what you are worshipping. Nor will you worship what I am worshipping. You have your religion and I have mine. [20]

Thus if all religions were true, from the same source, such revealed words would not need revelation. But what we see is the fact that there are different gods that are worshipped. And only one of them is true. Those outside of the Lord are worshipping idols, Shaitan and/or false gods.

What is the Destination for those Who Have Not Believed in the Shahadah?

There is such a thing as absolute truth. And when there is a true religion, then those outside of that truth are therefore false religions. And if there are true believers, then we also know there are unbelievers. Let us look at the words of Allah,

Hasn’t there come to you news of the overwhelming event? Some faces that day will be humiliated, labouring and toiling wearily.[21]

The Khalifah `Umar ibn Al-Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him, once saw a monk who was emaciated and withered from his life of celibacy, penance and worship. He then began to weep. He was asked, “Leader of the believers! Why do you weep?” He replied, “I have remembered the words of Allah and it is due to that passage that I weep.” He then recited the above passage quoted. [22]

It was further stated by the companion Ibn `Abbas as well as other commentators of the first centrury, `Ikrimah, Sa`id ibn Jubair, `Ata’, Zaid ibn Al-Aslam, Qatadah and As-Suddai, the following terrible consequences of this verse, “They are those who do good deeds and strive hard and toil in this life and are from other than the religion of Islam, such as the idol worshippers and the unbelievers of the People of the Book, these being monks and others.”[23]

Shaitan’s Sinister Plot

The believers should know that Shaitan is at war with the believers and will use whatever means he can to destroy them. One of these is to unify Muslims with those who are unbelievers in some form of religion so that believers might approve of the falsehood of unbelievers. This in turn will nullify their faith. Let those with faith heed the Word of Allah,

They took their rabbis, their monks and `Isa, the son of Maryam as lords beside Allah, while they were not ordered except to worship One Unique God. There is no god but Him. Glorified is He above what they associate with Him. [24]

Our Lord says further,

They want to extinguish the Light of Allah with their mouths. But Allah will not allow it, but will perfect and complete His Light, no matter how the unbelievers may dislike it. He is the One who has sent His Messenger with the guidance and the True Religion, to be dominant over all other religions, no matter how much the idol worshippers may dislike it. [25]




Allah has also revealed,

And they will not cease fighting you until they turn you back from your faith if they can. So whoever among you turns back from his faith and dies an unbeliever, then his deeds will be nullified in this life and the Hereafter. And they will be companions of the Fire, abiding therein forever. [26]

The Lord over all has again revealed,

Fight those from the People of the Book who do not believe in Allah, nor the Last Day, nor declare impermissible that which has been declared impermissible by Allah and His Messenger and who do not judge by the Religion of Truth. [27]

If these religions were true, then why were they rejected and Islam alone called the Religion of Truth. It is known from this ayah that Allah does not accept these ways as valid expressions of His Will for humanity.

What Does Allah Say About Judaism?

Is the religion of Judaism a false one or a true one? What has Allah told us? Allah has revealed,

Those who disbelieved from the Children of Israel were cursed on the tongue of Dawud and `Isa, the son of Maryam. This is because they disobeyed and transgressed the bounds. [28]

What Does Allah Say About Christianity?

Rather than listen to politicians, government scholars, journalists and musicians who have no ruling in Islam of authority, let us listen to the One who revealed Himself so that we might obey Him. Listen to His Speech,

Those who say, ‘Allah is the Messiah, the son of Mary,’ have disbelieved. And the Messiah said, ‘Children of Israel! Worship Allah as my Lord and Your Lord. Indeed whoever associates partners with Allah, then Allah ahs made the Paradise forbidden for him and their home is the Fire. And for the oppressors will be no help.’[29]

Allah has said of their beliefs,

Indeed, those who say, ‘Allah is of Three,’ have disbelieved. There is no god but a unique and one god. And if you will not abstain from what you say, a terrible punishment will overtake the unbelievers from among them.[30]

It is indeed the case that there are and may be many an unbeliever that has good character, family values and moral integrity. But a relationship with Allah is not based on anything you can do or what you might do.

And a relationship with Him is not based on being the nicest person, but rather on believing and submitting to Him. And if one’s beliefs are wrong, how can their deeds be accepted? And if their faith is wrong, they have no relationship and whatever work they do is in vain.

Allah has already warned Christians of this matter,

People of the Book! Do not exceed the bounds in your faith and do not say about Allah except the truth. The Messiah, `Isa, the son of Maryam, was only the messenger of Allah and His word, given to Maryam and a spirit from Him.

So believe in Allah and His Messenger, and do not say, ‘Three!’ Abstain as it is better for you. Allah is only One, Unique God. Glorified be He that He should have a son. He has all of what is in the skies and the Earth and Sufficient is Allah to dispose of all affairs. [31]

Do We Have a Common Covenant In Common with Jews and Christians?

Allah gives us the answer by first discussing the Jews,

But due to their violating the covenant, We cursed them and made their hearts to grow hard. They corrupt words from their proper places and forgot a good part of what was sent to them. And you will find treachery and deceit in all except a few of them. But bear with them and pardon them, for indeed Allah does love those who are faithful. [32]

Allah again mentions the faith of Christians,

And from those who say, ‘We are Christians,’ we took their covenant and they forgot much of what was sent to them. Thus We stirred up enmity and hatred between them until the Day of Resurrection. And Allah will show them what they have done. [33]

Indeed there will always be some friction between those who believe and Jews and Christians as they desire the following,

Never will the Jews and Christians be happy with you until you follow their way. [34]

Allah has told us to tell the Jews and Christians,

Say, ‘People of the Book! Are you criticising us only for believing in Allah, when it has been sent down to us and what has been sent down before and that most of you are rebellious sinners?’ [35]

Was the Prophet Ibrahim, peace be upon him, Part of the Abrahamic Faiths?

Those seeking the answer to this question can find it in the Infallible Word of Allah,

People of the Book! Why do you dispute about Ibrahim when the Tawrah and the Injil were not revealed until after him? Have you no sense?[36]

Thus we can see there was no Judaism or Christianity, but there was the truth,

Ibrahim was neither a Jew nor a Christian, but he was a faithful Muslim. And he was not an idol worshipper. [37]

Allah has mentioned those true believers,

Indeed those who are closest to Ibrahim are those who follow him and this Prophet and those who have believed.[38]

The fact is that the Jews and Christians in the time of the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, knew who and what he was and rejected him. What then today is the point of them clinging to their false religion and what they have? Listen to the Words of Allah,

And those whom We gave the Book recognise him as they recognise their own sons. But indeed a group among them conceal the truth and they know. [39]

Afraid to Offend

Do not be afraid to tell people the truth about their destination if they should die in that manner and return home unsaved. Don’t worry about the risk of offending when being truthful. Don’t we comprehend the words of Allah?

Indeed, those who conceal the clear proofs, evidences and the guidance which We have sent down after We have made it clear to the people in the Book, they are the ones who will be cursed by Allah and cursed by those who will curse them, except those who repent and do righteous deeds and openly declare things. These, I will accept their repentance and I am the One who accepts repentance, the Most Merciful.[40]

The companion Ibn `Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him, commented that what is being repented from in the ayah is the religion of Judaism.[41]

Allah has told us yet again,

If the People of the Book had believed and had fear of Allah, We would have blotted out their sins and admitted them into Paradise.[42]

The companion Ibn `Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him, states that by fearing Allah they would have repented from Judaism and Christianity and their sins committed in Judaism and Christianity would have been forgiven.[43]

Intolerance and Responsibility

When believers wish to preach the faith, they are often met with resistance not from unbelievers, but from Muslims who actually covertly or overtly move them away from the preaching the faith. They depend upon passages such as,

There is no compulsion in religion. [44]

This ayah is indeed noble and from the Speech of Allah. But the entire ayah and the other for the sake of context needs referencing.

There is no compulsion in religion. The truth stands clear from error. So whoever rejects faith in false gods and believes in Allah, then he has taken hold of the trustworthy hand hold that shall never be broken. Allah is All Hearing, All Knowing.

Allah is the Protector of those who believe. He brings them out of darkness into the light. As for those who disbelieve, their protectors are false gods and they take them from light into the darkness. They are the people of the fire to be therein for all eternity. [45]

The believers in this ayah are being told not to impose the faith by force, as the conviction of the heart is only possible through Allah and the one who does not believe has the responsibility to make such a choice. However, this has nothing to do with whether or not the faith should be preached, hiding the verses of Allah or blatantly contradicting Him to ingratiate oneself to unbelievers.

And a further Statement from Our Saviour is,

Call to the way of your Lord with beautiful preaching and debate and argue with them in ways that are best. Your Lord knows best those who are astray from His Path and He knows those who are guided. [46]

The commentary on this ayah has already been given in other general ayat. It is mentioned by the companion Ibn `Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him, that this ayah means the following, “So call to the way of your Lord, to the religion of your Lord with wisdom of the Qur’an and good preaching, that being the preaching of the Qur’an and do not debate with them except that which is best, which is with the Qur’an and it is also mentioned that one does so with the words, ‘There is no god but Allah.’ ” [47]

The Most Merciful, the King and the Judge spoke the truth when He said,

Say, “People of the Book! Let us come to a common word between us an you that we shall worship none but Allah, and that we shall make no partner for Him, and that none of us shall take others as lords beside Allah.” And if they should turn away, then say, “Bear witness that we are Muslims, submitted to Him.”[48]

Let us again return to the ancient commentary of the great companion Ibn `Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him, who remarked that the ayah translated, “People of the Book! So let us come to the just word of there is no god but Allah between us and you so that we do not declare anyone as one and unique except Allah. And we do not associate as partners for Him anything from the creations.

And we do not take one another as lords, thus no one of us is to obey any of the heads and leaders in disobeying Allah. So we avoid all of that just as Allah said. And if they should turn away and reject the acceptance of Tawhid, then say, ‘You should know that we are Muslims in affirmation that worship and Tawhid is for Him.’

Then He mentioned their specific description with the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, that they are by their statement Muslims on the religion of Ibrahim and that they should call to that as it was in the Tawrah.” [49]

Therefore, this is the word being called to, the common word being that those who do not believe need to become Muslim. Those who do not believe have not been called to practice their religions more strenuously, but to abandon them.

Beware of Compromise

Universalism was attempted with the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, and this was rejected. Allah has revealed,

So obey not the deniers. They wish that you might compromise, so that they might compromise as well. [50]

Do Not Let the Good Deeds of an Unbeliever Prevent You from Presenting the Faith

Do not be irresponsible. Do not let the good deeds of an unbeliever prevent you from preaching the truth. Do you want them to find out the following on the Day of Judgement when it is too late?

Say, ‘Shall We inform you regarding the greatest losers in deeds? Those who are astray and have wasted their efforts in this worldly life while they thought that they were working good by way of deeds.’[51]

Remember these words from Allah,

Messenger! Make known that which Allah has revealed to you from your Lord, for if you do not, you will not have conveyed His Message. Allah will protect you from mankind. Allah does not guide the unbelieving people.[52]

Preach the Faith

Allah has commanded that the faith be preached. If this is not done, then we are neglecting a command of Allah. Read the words of the Saviour,

Say, “I preach to you one thing: that you stand up for Allah in pairs or singly.” [53]

The Glorified and Exalted commands us in another place,

And speak out and proclaim the Favour of your Lord.[54]

This faith is worth believing, living, fighting and dying for, regardless of the age. Let us return to the way of the first three generations, put on our spiritual armour and resist the ways of the Shaitan. There is no compromise, no amalgamation or assimilation, only the preaching of salvation and sanctification.

The writer ends this with the affirmation (or signatories if you will) of the names of scholars of the four madhhabs.[55] All those mentioned are atleast at the level of sentencing Qadi, where they could actually dispense the judicial law in court on those found guilty.

They are all agreed that Jews, Christians, idol worshippers of any stripe are kuffar (unbelievers) and that when a Muslim rejects faith, he becomes like them, having become an apostate (Ar. murtadd) and an unbeliever (Ar. kafir).[56]

You must now decide for yourself whether the current “rolling ijma`”[57] is true or the one that came before. Only one can be correct. The very basis of what faith is depends on the answer to the question of who is a Muslim and who is not, so choose carefully.

Those in affirmation:

Prophets and Messengers (peace be upon all of them), all of them, but specifically :

Time Frame: ?BC 4000-AD 632

1.      Nuh

2.      Hud

3.      Salih

4.      Shu`aib

5.      Ibrahim

6.      Isma`il

7.      Ishaq

8.      Ya`qub (Israel)

9.      Yusuf

10. Dawud

11. Sulaiman

12. Musa

13. Harun

14. Zakariyyah

15. Yahya

16. `Isa ibn Maryam

17. Muhammad

Companions (all of them, but specifically their scholars mentioned below):

Time Frame: AD 632-720

18. Abu Bakr as-Siddiq

19. Mu`aadh ibn Jabal

20. `Ali ibn Abi Talib

21. `Umar ibn al-Khattab

22. Ka`b ibn Malik

23. Abu Hurairah

24. `Uthman ibn `Affan

25. Umm Salamah

26. Safiyyah bint Huyai

27. `A’ishah as-Siddiqah

28. Abu Musa al-Ash`ari

29. `Abdullah ibn `Abbas

30. `Abdullah ibn Mas`ud

31. Zaid ibn Thabit

32. Sa`d ibn Mu`adh

33. `Abdullah ibn Unais

The Followers:

Time Frame: AD 720-855

34. Al-Hasan al-Basri

35. Muhammad ibn Sirin

36. Rabi`ah al-`Adawiyyah

37. Hafsah bint Sirin

38. Ziyad ibn `Abdullah al-Bakka’ii

39. Muhammad ibn Isaac

40. Ibn Hisham al-Basri

41. `Alqamah

42. Abu Ja`far at-Tabari

43. Sha`bi

44. Hammad ibn Sulaiman

45. Nu`man ibn Thabit (Abu Hanifah)

46. Muhammad ibn al-Hasan ash-Shaibani

47. Yusuf ibn Ibrahim al-Ansari

48. Yahya ibn Ma`iin

49. Muhammad Ibn Abi Shaibah

50. Al-Waki` ibn al-Jarrah

51. Malik ibn Anas

52. Nadr ibn `Abdul Karim

53. `Amr ibn Maimun

54. Hibban ibn `Ali

55. Zuhair ibn Mu`awiyah

56. Qasim ibn Mu`iin

57. Hammad ibn Abi Hanifah

58. Hayyaj ibn Bistam

59. Sharik ibn `Abdullah

60. `Afiyah ibn Yazid

61. `Abdullah ibn al-Mubarak

62. Muhammad ibn Nuh

63. Hushaim ibn Bashir as-Salami

64. Abu Sa`id Yahya ibn Zakariyyah

65. Fudail ibn `Iyad

66. Asad ibn `Amr

67. `Ali ibn al-Mushir

68. Yusuf ibn Khalid

69. `Abdullah ibn Idris

70. Fadl ibn Musa

71. `Ali ibn Tibyan

72. Hafs ibn Ghayyath

73. Hisham ibn Yusuf

74. Yahya ibn Sa`id al-Qahtan

75. Shu`aib ibn Ishaq

76. Abu Hafs ibn `Abdur-Rahman

77. Abu Muti` al-Balkhi

78. Khalid ibn Sulaiman

79. `Abdul Hamid al-Hanafi

80. Al-Hasan ibn Ziyad

81. Abu `Asim an-Nabil

82. Makki ibn Ibrahim

83. Hammad ibn Dalil

84. Ahmad ibn Hanbal

85. Muhammad ibn Idris ash-Shafi`ii

86. Zafar ibn al-Hudhail

87. Malik ibn al-Maghul

88. Mandil ibn `Ali

The Latter Ages

Time Frame: AD 855-current

89. Salih al-Baghdadi

90. Fatimah ibn Ahmad al-Baghdadi

91. `Abdullah ibn Ahmad al-Baghdadi

92. Abu Zur`ah ad-Dimashqi

93. Khadijah Umm Muhammad

94. Abul Qasim al-Khiraqi

95. Abul Husain al-Khiraqi

96. Abu Zur`ah ar-Razi

97. Abu Ishaq al-Harbi

98. AbuBakr al-Athram

99. `Ubaidullah ibn Battah

100.                     Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj

101.                     Ishaq al-Kawsaj

102.                     `Abdul Malik al-Maimuni

103.                     Abu Dawud as-Sijistani

104.                     Raihanah bint `Umar

105.                     Abu Hatim ar-Razi

106.                     Hanbal ibn Ishaq ash-Shaibani

107.                     Maimunah bint al-Aqra`

108.                     Muhammad ibn Isma`il al-Bukhari

109.                     Muhammad al-Barbahari

110.                     Abu Bakr al-Marwadhi

111.                     Harb al-Kirmani

112.                     `Abbasah bint al-Fadl

113.                     Abu Mansur al-Maturidi

114.                     Abul Hasan al-Ash`ari

115.                     Al-Qadi Abu Ya`la

116.                     Ibn Abi Zaid al-Qairawani

117.                     Mahfuz al-Kalwadhani

118.                     `Abdul Ghani ibn `Abdul Wahid al-Maqdisi

119.                     `Abdul Ghani al-Maidani

120.                     `Abdul Qadir al-Jilani

121.                     `Abdur-Rahman ibn al-Jawzi

122.                     Muwaffaq ud-Din ibn Qudamah

123.                     Majd ud-Din Ibn Taymiyyah

124.                     Shams ud-Din Ibn Qudamah

125.                     Sahnun ibn Sa`id at-Tanukhi

126.                     `Abdullah ibn Humaid al-Hanbali

127.                     Al-Khatib ash-Sharbini

128.                     Muhammad `Uthman adh-Dhahabi

129.                     Fakhr ud-Din ar-Razi

130.                     Abu Bakr al-Baihaqi

131.                     Ghulam al-Khallal

132.                     Muhammad Salih Siddiq Kamal

133.                     Muhammad `Abdullah Hassan

134.                     Ahmad ibn Naqib al-Masri

135.                     Abu Hamid al-Ghazzali

136.                     Zakariyyah al-Ansari

137.                     Muhammad `Ali al-Makki

138.                     Sa’d ud-Din at-Taftazani

139.                     Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali

140.                     `Ala ud-Din al-Mardawi

141.                     Musa al-Hajjawi

142.                     Muhammad al-Futuhi

143.                     Mansur ibn Yunus al-Buhuti

144.                     `Abdullah ibn Muhammad ad-Dahlan

145.                     Muhammad `Ali ibn Husain al-Maliki

146.                     Abu Ishaq ash-Shirazi

147.                     Abul Qasim al-Qushairi

148.                     Ahmad ibn Ahmad Zarruq

149.                     Badr ud-Din al-Hasani

150.                     `Abdullah ibn `Umar al-Baidawi

151.                     Muhammad ibn Hibban at-Tamimi

152.                     Mar`ii ibn Yusuf al-Karmi

153.                     Ahmad ibn `Atwah

154.                     Ahmad al-`Askari

155.                     Ibn Qa’id an-Najdi

156.                     Ibn Qundus

157.                     `Abdur-Razzaq Ala Hanbali

158.                     Sulaiman ibn `Ali an-Najdi

159.                     al-Hassan ibn Hamid

160.                     Ibn az-Zaghuni

161.                     Sulaiman ibn `Abdul Wahhab

162.                     Muhammad as-Saffarini

163.                     Ahmad ash-Shuwaiki

164.                     `Abdul Qadir at-Taghlabi

165.                     Saif ibn `Azzar

166.                     Ahmad ibn Rashid an-Najdi

167.                     Muhammad ibn Sulaiman al-Jarrah

168.                     Muhammad ibn Shibl

169.                     Fawzan ibn Nasrullah an-Najdi

170.                     Muhammad ibn Fairuz al-Hanbali

171.                     Muhammad ibn Yusuf al-Khayyat

172.                     Muhammad ibn Wasi` al-Idrisi

173.                     Muhammad Mukhtar al-Jawi

174.                     Hasan ash-Shatti

175.                     Muhammad Hayah as-Sindi

176.                     Muhammad ibn Badr ud-Din al-Balbani

177.                     Muhammad ibn Humaid an-Najdi

178.                     Ahmad al-Wafa’ii

179.                     `Abdullah Sufan al-Qaddumi

180.                     `Abdul Baqi al-Hanbali

181.                     `Abdur-Rahman ibn `Umar al-Basri

182.                     Musa `Ali al-Madani

183.                     Yahya ibn Musa al-Hajjawi

184.                     `Abdur-Rahman ad-Duwaidar al-Masri

185.                     Ahmad ibn Ahmad al-Jaza’iri

186.                     `Abdul `Ali ar-Ramfuri

187.                     `Abdul Ghani al-Lubadi

188.                     Muhammad al-`Aini

189.                     Abul Hasan al-Masri al-Hanafi

190.                     Khalid ibn Ahmad al-Maliki

191.                     Ahmad as-Sanhuri al-Hanbali

192.                     Ibrahim al-Laqqani

193.                     Abul Ghaith al-`Amiri ash-Shafi`ii

194.                     Ibrahim ibn Jam`an

195.                     Abu Bakr al-Ahdal

196.                     `Abdul Malik al-`Isami

197.                     Muhammad ibn `Allan al-Bakri

198.                     `Umar al-Basri

199.                     Muhammad al-Khawajah

200.                     `Isa ash-Shahawi al-Hanafi

201.                     Makki ibn Farukh

202.                     Sa`d al-Balkhi al-Madani

203.                     Muhammad al-Bazarzinji ash-Shafi`ii

204.                     An-Najm al-Ghazzi

205.                     Shah Abul Hussain Ahmad an-Nuri

206.                     Ahmad `Ali al-Hindi

207.                     Mustafa ibn at-Tarzi al-Khalwati

208.                     `Abdul Hamid ibn Muhammad ad-Dimashqi

209.                     `Uthman ibn `Abdus-Salam ad-Daghastani

210.                     `Abdul Jabbar az-Zubairi

211.                     Ghulam Qadir Baik al-Luknowi

212.                     Muhammad `Uthman al-Haidar Abadi

213.                     Yusuf ibn Isma`il an-Nabahani

214.                     Shah Ala Rasul Al-Maarharwi

215.                     Naqi `Ali Khan

216.                     `Abdur-Rahman as-Siraj

217.                     Mustafa ash-Shatti

218.                     Ibrahim ibn Duwayan

219.                     Sahnun at-Tanukhi

220.                     Muhammad ibn Mustafa al-Hanafi

221.                     `Iyad al-Yahsubi

222.                     `Abdullah al-Yafi`ii

223.                     Muhammad ibn Mahmud al-Babarti

224.                     `Ali ibn `Umar ad-Daraqutni

225.                     Qasim ibn Qutlubagha al-Hanafi

226.                     Taj ud-Din ibn `Ata’ullah al-Iskandari

227.                     Ahmad ibn Shihab ud-Din as-Suja`ii

228.                     Muhammad ash-Shawbari

229.                     `Uthman ibn as-Salah

230.                     `Uthman az-Zaila`ii

231.                     `Abdul `Aziz ash-Shatibi

232.                     Muhammad Mahbub ul-Haqq al-Ansari

233.                     Zahir Shah Miyan

234.                     Wajih ud-Din al-Hanbali

235.                     Hibatullah al-Lalaka’ii

236.                     `Abdullah al-Mawsuli

237.                     Nasr ibn Muhammad as-Samarqandi

238.                     Shams ud-Din Ahmad as-Saruji

239.                     `Abdul Haqq al-Azdi al-Ashbili

240.                     Muhammad ibn `Abdul Baqi az-Zurqani al-Maliki

241.                     Muhammad ibn `Ali al-Maziri al-Maliki

242.                     Al-Hajj Imdadullah Muhajir Makki

243.                     `Abdullah ibn Dawud al-Basri

244.                     Muhammad ibn Sulaiman al-Kurdi

245.                     Waliullah ad-Dahlawi

246.                     Muhammad ibn al-Khidr Hussain

247.                     Muhammad `Illish

248.                     Taj ud-Din as-Subki

249.                     Najm ud-Din Ibn Qudamah al-Maqdisi

250.                      Abu Bakr ibn Muhammad al-Ahsa’ii

251.                     Ahmad as-Sawi

252.                     `Abdul Qahir al-Baghdadi

253.                     Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn `Abdul Hadi al-Maqdisi

254.                     Muhammad ibn al-Khidr ash-Shanqiti

255.                     Baha’ ud-Din al-Maqdisi

256.                     Yusuf ibn `Abdul Barr

257.                     Abu `Ali al-Hashimi

258.                     Ibn Hajib al-Maliki

259.                     Taqi ud-Din as-Subki

260.                     Ibn `Atiyyah  al-Andalusi

261.                     Muhammad al-Qurtubi

262.                     Abu Ja`far at-Tahawi

263.                     Abu Hafs an-Nasafi

264.                     Muhammad ibn Muflih al-Maqdisi

265.                     Badr ud-Din al-`Aini

266.                     Al-Khatib al-Baghdadi

267.                     Abu Bakr ibn Abi Dawud

268.                     Abu Hayyan al-Andalusi

269.                     Abu Bakr al-Jassas

270.                     Shihab ud-Din al-Alusi

271.                     Hasan ash-Shurunbulali

272.                     Ja`far ash-Shibi

273.                     Burhan ud-Din ibn Muflih al-Maqdisi

274.                     Ahmad al-Hamawi

275.                     `Ali al-Qari as-Sijistani

276.                     Abu Bakr al-Khallal

277.                     Baha’ ud-Din Muhy ud-Din

278.                     `Ali ibn Muhammad al-Ba`li

279.                     Ahmad Sirhindi (Mujaddid Alif Thani)

280.                     Mahmud al-Ghaznawi

281.                     Muhammad ibn `Abidin

282.                     Yahya as-Sarsari

283.                     Ibn Nujaim al-Masri

284.                     Ahmad Rida Khan

285.                     Isma`il Ibn Kathir

286.                     Yahya an-Nawawi

287.                     Muhammad ibn Muhammad as-Sa`di

288.                     Ibn Daqiq al-`Eid (the Elder)

289.                     Al-Husain al-Baghawi

290.                     Shihab ud-Din Ibn Taymiyyah

291.                     Muhammad ibn Yusuf as-Sanusi

292.                     Burhan ud-Din al-Laqqani

293.                     Jamil az-Zahawi al-Afandi

294.                     Al-`Izz ibn `Abdus-Salam

295.                     Muhammad Fu’ad al-Barrazi

296.                     Muhammad Najm ud-Din al-Ghaiti

297.                     `Abdullah ibn Muhammad al-Ghumari

298.                     `Iyad ibn Musa al-Yahsubi

299.                     Mustafa ad-Dumi

300.                     Fakhr ud-Din Ibn Taymiyyah

301.                     Muhammad ibn `Abidin

302.                     Abu Ishaq ash-Shatibi

303.                     Abu Bakr `Abdul `Aziz

304.                     Burhan ud-Din al-Mirghinani

305.                     `Ali ibn Muhammad Al-Mawardi

306.                     `Umar ibn Ahmad `Abdur-Rahman

307.                     Jalal ud-Din as-Suyuti

308.                     Ahmad al-Qastallani

309.                     Ibn `Abdul Qawi al-Hanbali

310.                     `Abdullah Yusuf `Azzam

311.                     Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah

312.                     Ahmad ibn Muhammad ad-Dardir

313.                     `Abdur-Ra’uf al-Manawi

314.                     `Abdul Qadir Ibn Badran ad-Dumi

315.                     Taqi ud-Din Ibn Taymiyyah

316.                     `Alawi ibn `Alawi al-Haddad

317.                     Jalal ud-Din al-Mahalli

318.                     Khalid al-Baghdadi

319.                     Ibn Hajar al-Haithami

320.                     Dawud ibn Sulaiman an-Naqshabandi

321.                     Jawdat Basha

322.                     Abu Bakr al-Ajurri

323.                     Abu Muslim al-Kaji

324.                     Abu Khalifah al-Basri

325.                     Ahmad ibn Zinjawaih

326.                     Abu Shu`aib al-Harrani

327.                     Khalaf ibn `Amr al-`Ukbari

328.                     Muhammad ibn al-Humam

329.                     Ibn Malik al-Kirmani

330.                     Ja`far ibn Muhammad al-Faryabi

331.                     Ahmad ibn Yahya al-Halwani

332.                     Qasim ibn Zakariyyah al-Baghdadi

333.                     Harun ibn Yusuf ibn Ziyad

334.                     Abu Nu`aim al-Asbahani

335.                     Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Quduri

336.                     `Abdur-Rahman ibn `Umar ibn an-Nahhas

337.                     Abu Bakr al-Baqillani

338.                     Abul Ma`ali al-Juwaini

339.                     Abul Hasan al-Hamasi

340.                     Mahmud ibn `Umar al-`Ukbari

341.                     Abul Qasim al-Baghdadi

342.                     `Ali ibn Ahmad al-Muqri’

343.                     Muhammad ibn al-Hussain ibn al-Mufaddal al-Qattan

344.                     Ibn ul-`Imad al-Hanbali

345.                     Mas`ad `Abdul Hamid as-Sa`di

346.                     Muhammad Yasin al-Fadani

347.                     `Ali ibn `Ali al-Habashi

348.                     `Abdur-Rahman ibn Ahmad al-Halabi

349.                     Ibrahim ibn `Abdullah YaRisha al-Kutbi

350.                     `Arif ibn Mustafa at-Tarablisi

351.                     `Abdur-Rahman ibn Muhammad al-Kazbari

352.                     Muhammad `Izz ud-Din as-Sattar

353.                     Zayni ad-Dahlan al-Makki

354.                     Raja’ at-Turi

355.                     Ibrahim al-`Awri

356.                     Jabir Abu Shubanah

357.                     Mustafa al-`Awri

358.                     `Abdur-Rahman Tuffahah

359.                     Sa`id al-Husaini

360.                     Muhammad al-Mahdi

361.                     Muhammad Ahmad `Abdul Jawwad

362.                     `Abdul Hafiz Mahmud

363.                     Ibn Hajar al-`Asqalani

364.                     Muhammad ash-Shahrastani

365.                     `Abdullah ibn Muhammad al-Khalifi

366.                     `Abdul `Aziz ibn al-Ghaith

367.                     Mulla Ramadan al-Buti

368.                     Salih Ahmad al-Khatib

369.                     `Afif as-Simadi

370.                     As`ad al-Hajj Hasan

371.                     Yusuf as-Salwadi

372.                     Husain ibn Ahmad ad-Dusari

373.                     Ibrahim al-Jarrah

374.                     Muhammad Sa`id Ramadan al-Buti

375.                     Muhammad ibn Ibrahim

376.                     `Abdul Latif as-Subki al-Hanbali

377.                     Ibn `Aqil al-Hanbali

378.                     Ibn al-Hajj al-Maliki

379.                     `Abdul Karim al-Hanbali

380.                     Muhammad al-Amin ash-Shanqiti

381.                     Muhammad Sa`id al-Hanbali

382.                     Muhammad Ahmad Nu`aim

383.                     Hamdi al-Bistami

384.                     `Abdullah Tahbub

385.                     Sadiq al-Khalidi

386.                     Ya`qub ash-Shawir

387.                     Muhammad Fu’ad Zaid

388.                     Mustafa Taqi ud-Din al-Hanbali

389.                     Muhammad al-Hasan ash-Shanqiti

390.                     Ibn an-Najjar al-Hanbali

391.                     Sharif `Umar Sa`d ud-Din

392.                     Ahmad Mahmud al-Ahmad

393.                     Ahmad Salamah al-Yunus

394.                     Yunus Zallum

395.                     `Ali Kabid

396.                     Idris al-Khatib

397.                     `Abdul Halim Tahbub

398.                     Hilmi al-Muhtasib

399.                     `Abdullah ibn `Abdur-Rahman ibn `Umair

400.                     Abu Bakr an-Najjad

401.                     Sa`id ibn `Abdul Latif al-Hanafi

402.                     `Umar ibn Ahmad ibn `Umair

403.                     `Abdullah ibn Muhammad ibn `Uthman

404.                     Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn `Uthman

405.                     `Abdur-Rahman ibn Isma`il as-Sabuni

406.                     Husain Abu Bakr al-Ahsa’ii

407.                     Husain ibn `Abdullah ibn Fallah

408.                     Shihab ud-Din Muhammad al-Alusi

409.                     Ahmad ibn `Abdur-Rahman ibn `Arfaj

410.                     Muhammad ibn `Abdur-Rahman ibn `Umair

411.                     `Abdul `Aziz ibn `Abdur-Rahman ibn Nu`aim

412.                     `Abdullah ibn `Abdur-Rahman al-Jibrin

413.                     Muhammad `Alawi al-Maliki

414.                     `Alawi ibn `Alawi al-Haddad

415.                     Ahmad Isma`il Yasin

416.                     Muhammad `Ali as-Sabuni

417.                     Muhammad ibn `Abdur-Rasul ash-Shahrazuri

418.                     `Abdul Qadir ad-Danushi

419.                     `Abdul Wahhab ibn Sulaiman

420.                     Muhammad al-`Afaliqi

421.                     Ibrahim ar-Rawi

422.                     Sulaiman Murad

423.                     Najm ud-Din at-Tufi

424.                     Muhammad H Babu

425.                     Yusuf az-Zawawi

426.                     Muhammad ibn Gharib

427.                     `Abdullah ibn Gharib

428.                     `Abdul `Aziz ibn Sulaiman an-Najdi

429.                     `Ashiq ur-Rahman al-Hindi

430.                     Muhammad Habib ur-Rahman al-Hindi

431.                     Muhammad ibn `Uthman ad-Dumi

432.                     Sulaiman as-Sa`di

433.                     Nusaib al-Baitar

434.                     Ramiz Mismar

435.                     `Abdul Hamid as-Sa’ih

436.                     Musa al-Budairi

437.                     Musa al-Hamuri

438.                     Sa`id al-Khatib

439.                     Talib Maraqah

440.                     Musa al-`Aizarawi

441.                     Fu’ad at-Taymi

442.                     Isma`il Samrin

443.                     `Abdul `Azim al-Khatib

444.                     Sa`d ud-Din al-`Ilmi

445.                     `Abdul Hayy `Arafah

446.                     Salih as-Salwadi

447.                     Muhammad `Ali al-Ja`ri

448.                     Ahmad `Uthman ar-Raimawi

449.                     Zaki al-Khatib

450.                     Muhammad `Awdah as-Silafini

451.                     `Abdul Karim Jalal

452.                     `Abdur-Rahman ar-Raimawi

453.                     Muhammad `Usaid

454.                     Ahmad ar-Raimawi

455.                     Muhammad al-Jawlani

456.                     `Id `Uthman

457.                     Muhammad Gharib `Abadu

458.                     Fiyad al-Khayyat

459.                     Mas`ud al-`Awri

460.                     Muhammad Zahid al-Kawthari

461.                     `Isa al-Qaddumi

462.                     Mahmud al-`Imbatawi

463.                     Yusuf ibn `Abdullah al-Qaddumi

464.                     Muhammad Amin al-`Awri

465.                     Muhammad Adib al-Khalidi

466.                     Muhammad Salim Bisu

467.                     Hasan Abus-Sa`ud

468.                     Muhammad Tuffahah al-Hussaini

469.                     `Abdul Karim ibn Muhammad ar-Rafi`ii

470.                     Burhan ud-Din az-Zarkashi

471.                     Muhammad ibn `Abdul Qawi ibn Badran al-Maqdisi

472.                     Muhammad ibn `Abdullah as-Samuri

473.                     Al-Hasan ibn Yusuf ad-Dujaili

474.                     Diya’ ud-Din ash-Sharif

475.                     Shukri Sultan

476.                     Ahmad at-Takrawi

477.                     Sabri `Abidin

478.                     Muhammad Ahmad Shatir

479.                     Muhammad `Adil ash-Sharif

480.                     Ya`qub al-Qaisi

481.                     Dari `Abdul Ghani al-Bakri

482.                     `Abdur-Rahman Badri

483.                     Shukri Abu Rajab

484.                     Muhammad Muti` al-Hamami

485.                     Rishad al-Hilwani

486.                     Ahmad at-Tamimi

487.                     Husain Hasan al-`Uraiqi

488.                     Muhammad al-Falluji

489.                     `Abdul Hafiz al-Hamuri

490.                     Muhammad Damarah

491.                     `Arif ash-Sharif

492.                     `Abdur-Rahman ad-Dabrini

493.                     `Abdur-Rahim al-`Ulaim

494.                     Muhammad Shakir ad-Dajjani

495.                     Ahmad al-`Awri

496.                     Hasan Ma`ruf

497.                     `Abdullah ad-Dajjani

498.                     Husain Junainah

499.                     Subhi al-Muwqat

500.                     Muhammad ad-Dajani

501.                     `Arif al-Muhsairi

502.                     `Ali Ibrahim

503.                     `Abdur-Rahman al-Maliki

504.                     Ibn Nasrullah al-Masri

505.                     Ibrahim al-Harbi

506.                     Muhammad As`ad Qudurah

507.                     Muhammad Fawzi

508.                     Bakr an-Nawbani

509.                     Salih Hasunah

510.                     `Arif al-Husaini

511.                     Shakir al-Muhtadi

512.                     `Abdullah al-Muhsairi

513.                     Muhammad Abu Quraik

514.                     As`ad Sharif

515.                     Yasin al-Bakri

516.                     Raghib Mustafa

517.                     Rashid Qawwasamah

518.                     Rafia Mahmud `Abdul Halim

519.                     `Ali Rushdi

520.                     `Abdullah `Abdul Hafiz

521.                     Haidar `Uthman

522.                     `Abdullah Ghawshah

523.                     `Arif al-Khatib

524.                     Ratib al-Hararis

525.                     Husain ash-Shu

526.                     Muhammad Makki

527.                     Sa`id al-Agha

528.                     Muhammad `Awwad al-Falluji

529.                     Muhammad Salah

530.                     Muhammad Tahir at-Tabari

531.                     Isma`il al-Hafiz

532.                     Muhammad Tawfiq at-Tibi

533.                     Sa`d ud-Din al-Khatib

534.                     Yusuf Siddiq Tahbub

535.                     Muti` ad-Darwish Ahmad

536.                     Muhammad Salim al-Ghusain

537.                     Ahmad an-Nahwi

538.                     Saif ud-Din al-Khammash

539.                     Mahmud al-Hamuri

540.                     Abu Ishaq al-Marwazi

541.                     `Abdullah ibn Ahmad al-Ja`fari

542.                     Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-`Atushi

543.                     Yasin Mirghani al-Hanafi

544.                     Musa al-Qaddumi

545.                     `Abdur-Rahim al-Hanbali

The list above represents prophets, messengers, scholars from all four schools. Our noble prophets and messengers, peace be upon all of them, in their pronouncements from Allah on false religion, can be gleaned from surahs Ali `Imran (3), ayat 49-60 and 64-68; Al-A`raf (7), ayat 59-206; Surat ul-Kafirun (109), ayat 1-6.

The words of the scholars can be gleaned from the creedal texts they wrote and also books of fiqh, particularly under the sections Kitab ul-Hudud (the Book of Legal Judgements and Punishments) under the Bab ul-Murtadd (the Chapter on the Apostate). Every scholar mentioned above was at the least a Qadi and at most a Shaikh ul-Islam.

We have spared no expense in attempting the quote the best that Muslim Orthodoxy has to offer. Although these scholars lived at different times, their level of knowledge, command of revelation is more adequate than any group of social democrats, musicians, politicians, journalists and assorted theological trash along side reputable scholars who were tricked or lied to in order to garner a signature or stamp.

And we ask Allah to keep blessings our rightly guided teachers who preach and teach with righteousness and authority. And with Allah is every success.

Brother in Islam,

al-Hajj Abu Ja`far al-Hanbali

[1] Surah Ali `Imran (3), ayah 85

[2] Surat ul-Ma’idah (5), ayah 3

[3] Surah Saba (34), ayah 46

[4] Surat ud-Duha (93), ayah 11

[5] The writer believes it worthy to ask exactly which Muslims don’t know that the core tenets of Christianity or Judaism are or the basic beliefs/disbeliefs of their adherents.

Particularly irksome are the new foreign born preachers of rose bud Islam, giving coaching lessons in preaching to the kuffar when they never lived, ate, drank or went to school with them. How these people-who have lived sheltered lives around the gates or rulers, or in locations with no kuffar-came to be experts on Islam is an enigma to the writer.

[6] AD 1191-1273 (ruled AD 1232-1273). A former ruler of a section of Spain and a hopeless coward. After capitulating to Christianity and praising their false religion, he quickly converted and fell in step with the rest of the unbelievers. He even chose his own name, Gonzales Fernandez Zegri. See Islamic Spain, 1250-1500, by Leonard Patrick Harvey, pp. 331-332.

[7] Surat ul-Baqarah (2), ayah 62

[8] Surat ul-Ma’idah (5), ayah 69

[9] These can be found in the respect works of Lubab ut-Ta’wil fi Ma`alam it-Ta’wil, pp. 36-38; al-Muharrar ul-Wajiz, pp. 1402-1403; Tafsir ul-Qur’an, pp. 27-28; Zad ul-Masir fi `Ilm it-Tafsir, pp. 65-66.

[10] Surat un-Nur (24), ayah 39

[11] Surat ul-Bayyinah (98), ayah 6

[12] Surat ul-Hajj (22), ayah 17

[13] Al-Muharrar ul-Wajiz, pp. 1402-1403, Dar Ibn Hazm edition.

[14] `Umdat ul-Qari fi Sharhi Sahih il-Bukhari, vol.24, pp. 80-81

[15] ibid

[16] Surah Ali `Imran (3), ayah 85

[17] Surah Ali `Imran (3), ayah 19

[18] Surah Ali `Imran (3), ayah 85

[19] Surat us-Saff (61), ayah 9

[20] Surat ul-Kafirun (109), ayat 1-8

[21] Surat ul-Ghashiyah (88), ayah 3

[22] Al-Muharrar ul-Wajiz fi Tafsir il-Kitab il-`Aziz, pp. 1970-2971, Dar Ibn Hazm edition; Tafsir ul-Qur’an il-`Azim, pp.1987-1988, Dar Ibn Hazm edition.

[23] Zad ul-Masir Fi `Il it-Tafsir, pp. 1539-1540, Dar Ibn Hazm edition.

[24] Surat ut-Tawbah (9), ayah 31

[25] Surat ut-Tawbah (9), ayat 32-33; Surat us-Saff (61), ayah 9

[26] Surat ul-Baqarah (2), ayah 217

[27] Surat ut-Tawbah (9), ayah 29

[28] Surat ul-Ma’idah (5), ayah 78

[29] Surat ul-Ma’idah (5), ayah 72

[30] Surat ul-Ma’idah (5), ayah 73

[31] Surat un-Nisa’ (4), ayah 171

[32] Surat ul-Ma’idah (5), ayah 13

[33] Surat ul-Ma’idah (5), ayah 14

[34] Surat ul-Baqarah (2), ayah 120

[35] Surat ul-Ma’idah (5), ayah 59

[36] Surah Ali `Imran (3), ayah 65

[37] Surah Ali `Imran (3), ayah 67

[38] Surah Ali `Imran (3), ayah 68

[39] Surat ul-Baqarah (2), ayah 146

[40] Surat ul-Baqarah (2), ayat 159-160

[41] Tanwir ul-Maqbas min Tafsir Ibn `Abbas, pp. 26-27

[42] Surat ul-Ma’idah (5), ayah 65

[43] Tanwir ul-Maqbas min Tafsir Ibn `Abbas, pp. 126-127

[44] Surat ul-Baqarah (2), ayah 256

[45] Surat ul-Baqarah (2), ayah 256-257

[46] Surat un-Nahl (16), ayah 125

[47] Tanwir ul-Maqbas min Tafsir ibn `Abbas, pp. 294-295. This is the word of a companion who learned directly from the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, which is also present in the other commentary literature. This ayah has nothing to do with debating using Hellenistic theology, Shakespeare or any other speech that is not the True Speech of Allah.

[48] Surah Ali `Imran (3), ayah 64

[49] Tanwir ul-Maqbas min Tafsir Ibn `Abbas, pp. 63-65

[50] Surat ul-Qalam (68), ayat 8-9

[51] Surat ul-Kahf (18), ayat 103-104

[52] Surat ul-Ma’idah (5), ayah 67

[53] Surah Saba’ (34), ayah 46

[54] Surat ud-Duha (93), ayah 11

[55] These are the only valid madhhabs accepted by consensus and the Imams who compiled them have each been prophesied by the Messenger of Allah, which should be enough for us to understand their rank.

[56] The writer is not suggesting in any way in this text that there is to be no contact between Muslims and unbelievers and that we are not to treat are neighbours with righteousness but if one reads and listens to the words of the advocates of universalism, what is being advised is far more than merely respecting your neighbour.

[57] The author is referring to a new customer that has appeared amongst counterfeit preachers and teachers. This tenet of faith basically allows the rolling of the calendar cycle to dictate when something has been agreed upon. A case in point is regarding intoxicants such as cigarettes.

The writer has in his possession rulings from the year AD 1656 and earlier ruling that smoking is impermissible. There is one that even states consensus. But the current thieves and wolves in the Ummah’s leadership positions state that the matter is “perplexing to scholars” and that the harms and dangers of cigarettes until just recently were “virtually unknown to the scholars.”

A new ijma` or consensus was devised in which there was “agreement that there was disagreement”; the same holds true for marriages by earthly lords and false religions, usury in its’ various forms as well as same sex marriages.

Gone are the agreed upon precepts before, as today is a new age. Thus there is a new ijma` to replace the old ijma`. These people still have yet to present their evidence for the rolling ijma` in any written or spoken form that is intelligible and traceable to the first three generations.


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