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Introduction of the book " Ath-Thalaatha Usool wa adilatoeha"  : Part 1

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Introduction of the book: "thalatha Usool wa adilatoeha Part 2 "

 

The brother An-Nawas clarified ​​during the lesson clear how important it is to study the Arabic language. 

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Biography of Shaykh Al-Islaam Mohammed Ibn 'Abdel-Wahhaab rahimahoeLah

de author of the book Thalaatha Usool wa adilatoeha

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Continue of the biography of Shaykh Mohammed Ibn Abdel-Wahhaab rahimahoeLah 

 

 

Explanation of the following text:

 

"In the name of Allaah, the Most Merciful the Bestower of Mercy.
Know, may Allaah have mercy upon you, that it is obligatory upon you to have knowledge of the four matters"

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 Explanation of the following text:

 

 

1) Knowledge (al – ‘ilm), which is knowledge and awareness of Allaah, and knowledge of His Prophet, and knowledge of the deen of Islaam with the proofs.

 2) acting upon that

 

 

 

 

 

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Explanation of the following text:

 

The evidence for seeking refuge (al isti’aadhah) is the Saying of Allaah: “Say: I seek refuge with the Lord of dawn” [Soorat al Falaq: 1] and “Say: I seek refuge with the Lord of mankind” [Soorat an Naas: 1]

 

The evidence for seeking deliverance and rescue (al istighaathah) is the Saying of Allaah: “When you sought aid and deliverance of your Lord and He responded to you” [Soorat al Anfaal: 9]

 

The evidence for sacrificing (adh dhabh) is the Saying of Allaah: “Say: Indeed my prayers, my sacrifice, my living and my dying are all purely and solely of Allaah, Lord of all creation. There is no share of any of that for other than him” [Soorat al An’aam: 162-163].

Also the Prophet said “Allaah has cursed anyone who sacrifices for other than Allaah.” [Reported by Muslim]

 

The evidence for vows (an nadhr)is the Saying of Allaah: “They fulfill their vows and they fear a day whose evil is widespread” [Soorat al Insaan: 7].


THE SECOND PRINCIPLE


Knowledge of the Deen of Islaam with the proofs. It is to submit to Allaah with Tawheed, and so yield obediently to Him, and to free and disassociate oneself from shirk and its people. And it is of three levels: Islaam – submission and obedience to Allaah, Eemaan – true belief comprising belief of the heart, speech of the tongue and action of the limbs, and ihsaan – perfection of worship. Each level has its pillars.

 

[The first level] The pillars of Islaam are five: The testification that none has the right to be worshipped except Allaah, and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Al; to establish the Prayer; to pay the zakaat; to fast Ramadhaan; and to make hajj to the sacred House of Allaah.

So the proof for the testification (shahaadah) is the Saying of Allaah “Allaah bears a witness that none has the right to be worshipped but Him; and likewise the angels and the people of knowledge beat witness: He who maintains justice, none has the right to be worshipped but Him, the All Might, the All Wise.” [Soorat Aal “Imraan: 18].

Its meaning is that none has the right to be worshipped except Allaah: “Laa Ilallaah” except Allaah, affirms worship for Allaah alone, and that there is to be no one given any share of His Dominion and Sovereignty.

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Explanation of the following text:

 

The explanation which will make it clear is the Saying of Allaah: “And (remember) when Ibraheem said to his father and his people: "Verily, I am innocent of what you worship, Except Him (I worship none but Allaah Alone) Who did create me, and verily, He will guide me." And he made it a Word lasting among his offspring, that they may turn back (to repent to Allaah or receive admonition). [Soorat az Zukhruf: 26-28].

And His Saying “Say: "O people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians): Come to a word that is just between us and you, that we worship none but Allaah, and that we associate no partners with Him, and that none of us shall take others as lords besides Allaah. Then, if they turn away, say: "Bear witness that we are Muslims." [Soorat Aal ‘Imraan: 64].

 

The proof for the testification that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allaah, is the Saying of Allaah: “There has indeed come to you Allaah’s Messenger, from amongst yourselves and known to you. It grieves him that you should suffer. He is eager and anxious for the guidance of those of you who areastray, and that they should repent and return to the truth, and he is full of compassion and mercy for the Believers” [Soorat at Tawbah: 128].

 

The meaning of the testification that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allaah is: to obey him in whatever he commands; to believe and testify to the truth of everything he informs of; to avoid whatever he forbade and prohibit; and that you worship Allaah only with that which he prescribed.

 

The evidence for the Prayer (as salaam) and the zakaat, and the explanation of Tawheed is the Saying of Allaah: “And they were not commanded except that they should worship Allaah alone, making their worship and obedience purely for Him, upon the true Deen and free from shirk; and that they should establish the prayer and pay the zakaat, and that is the straight and true Deen” [Soorat al Bayyinah: 5]

 

The evidence for Fasting (siyaam) is the Saying of Allaah: “O you who believe Fasting is prescribed as an obligation for you as it was prescribed as an obligation for those who came before you, so that you may attain taqwaa, obedience to Allaah and avoidance of whatever He has forbidden.” [Soorat al Baqarah: 183].

 

The evidence for hajj is the Saying of Allaah: “And hajj to Allaah’s sacred House is an obligation upon those able to perform it; and whoever refuses and rejects the obligation of hajj to Allaah’s House, then Allaah has no need of him or of any of the creation” [Soorat Aal ‘Imraan: 97].

 

[The second level]

 

Eemaan, and it has seventy and odd branches, the highest of them is the saying that ‘none has the right to be worshipped except Allaah’ (laa ilaaha Ilallaah), the lowest of them is ‘removal of that which is harmful from the path, and a sense of shame (al hayaa) is a branch of Eemaan.’

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Explanation of the following text:

 

2) Action upon that.

3) Calling to that.

4) Patiently persevering and bearing any harm encountered upon that way.

The proof is the saying of Allaah, the Most High: “By time, mankind is in loss, except for those who truly believe and worship Allaah alone, and do righteous deeds, performing that which is obligatory upon them and avoiding that which they are forbidden and enjoin one another with patient perseverance upon obedience to Allaah and in facing harm and trials.” [Soorat Al ‘Asr]

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Explanation of the following text:


The proof is the saying of Allaah, the Most High: “By time, mankind is in loss, except for those who truly believe and worship Allaah alone, and do righteous deeds, performing that which is obligatory upon them and avoiding that which they are forbidden and enjoin one another with patient perseverance upon obedience to Allaah and in facing harm and trials.” [Soorat Al ‘Asr]Ash Shaafi’ee, may Allaah have mercy upon him, said: “If Allaah had sent down to His creation no other proof besides this Soorat, it would have been sufficient for them.”Al Bukhaaree, may Allaah have mercy upon him, said: “Chapter: Knowledge precedes speech and action’ and the proof is the saying of Allaah, the Most High, “Know that none has the right to be worshipped except Allaah, and ask forgiveness of your Lord for your sins.” [Soorat Muhammad: 19]. So He began by mentioning knowledge before speech or action.’

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Explanation of the following text:

 

Know, may Allaah have mercy upon you, that it is obligatory upon every Muslim, male and female, to learn and act upon the following three matters:

THE FIRST: That Allaah created us and provided sustenance for us, and He did not leave us without a purpose rather He sent Messengers to us. So whoever obeys him will enter Paradise, and whoever rejects and disobeys him will enter the Fire, and the proof is the Saying of the Most High: “We sent a Messenger to you, o people, as a witness in favor of you or against you on the Day of Resurrection, just as We sent a Messenger to the Pharaoh. But the Pharaoh denied and rejected the Messenger, so We seized him with a severe punishment.” [Soorat al Muzzammil: 16]

THE SECOND: Allaah is not pleased that anyone should be made a sharer in worship along with Him, neither any angel brought near, nor any prophet sent as a messenger, and the proof is the Saying of Allaah, the Most High, “And the places of worship are for Allaah alone, so do not invoke anyone along with Allaah.” [Soorat al Jinn: 18]

 

THE THIRD: That whoever is obedient to the Messenger and singles out Allaah with all worship, upon Tawheed, then it is not permissible for him to have friendship and alliance with those who oppose Allaah and His Messenger, even if they are those most closely related to him

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Explanation of the following text:

 

Its pillars are six: to truly believe in Allaah; His angels; His Books; His Messengers; The Last Day; and that you truly believe in pre-decree (al qadr) its good and its evil.

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 Explanation of the following text:

 

and the proof is the Saying of Allaah, the Most High:“You will not find a people who believe in Allaah and the Last Day loving those who oppose Allaah and His Messenger, even if they are their fathers, or their sons, or their brothers, or their kinsfolk. Rather Allaah has decreed true Belief for their hearts, and strengthened them with proof, light and guidance from Him; and He will enter them into the gardens of Paradise beneath whose trees rivers will flow, and they will dwell therein forever. Allaah is pleased with them and they with Him. They are the party of Allaah. Indeed the party of Allaah are the successful.” [Soorat al Mujaadilah: 22]

 

Know, may Allaah direct you to obedience to Him, that the true and straight Deen, the way of Ibraaheem is that you worship Allaah alone making the Deen purely and sincerely for Him. This is what Allaah commanded all of the people with, and it was for this that He created them. Allaah, the Most High, says: “I did not create jinn and mankind except that they should worship Me.” [Soorat adh Dhaariyaat: 56] and the meaning of worship, ‘ibaadah, here is to single Allaah out with all worship,

Tawheed. And the greatest of all that Allaah has commanded is Tawheed which is to single out Allaah with all worship. The most serious thing that He forbade is shirk, which is to invoke others besides Him, along with Him. The proof is His Saying, the Most High: “Worship Allaah alone, making all worship purely for Him, and do not associate anything in worship along with Him.” [Soorat an Nisaa: 36]

So if it said to you: What are the three principles which a person must know? Then say the servants knowledge of His Lord and His Deen and his Messenger Muhammad.

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Explanation of the following text:

 

THE FIRST PRINCIPLE

So if it is said to you: ‘Who is your Lord?’ Then say: ‘My Lord is Allaah, who has nurtured me and all of creation with His favors and blessings. He is the one whom I worship, and there is no other whom I worship besides Him.’ The proof is the Saying of Allaah, the Most High: “All praise is for Allaah, the Lord of all creation.” [Soorat al Faatihah: 1]. Everything besides Allaah is a created being and I am one of the creation.So if it is said to you: ‘How did you arrive at this knowledge of your Lord?’ Then say: ‘Through His signs and those things which He has created; and from his signs are the night and the day, the sun and the moon; and from that which He has created are the seven heavens, and the seven earths, and all those within them, and whatever is between them.’ The proof is the Saying of Allaah, the Most High: “And from His signs are the night and the day, and the sun and the moon. Do not prostrate to the sun, nor the moon, but prostrate to Allaah who created them, if you truly worship Him.” [Soorat Fussilat: 37] and His, the Most High’s Saying: “Your Lord is Allaah who created the heavens and the earth to six days, then ascended upon the Throne. He causes the night to cover the day which it follows with haste; and the sun, the moon and the stars are subservient and subject to His command. Certainly creation and commandment are His alone. Exalted is Allaah the Lord of all creation.” [Soorat al A’raaf; 54]The Lord is the one who is worshipped, and the proof is the Saying of Allaah, the Most High, “O mankind! Worship your Lord, Who created you and those who were before you so that you may be of those who seek to avoid Allaah’s anger and punishment. Who has made the earth a resting place for you, and the sky as a canopy, and sent down water (rain) from the sky and brought forth therewith fruits as a provision for you. Then do not set up rivals unto Allaah (in worship) while you know.” [Soorat al Baqarah: 21-22]

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Explanation of the following text:

 

Ibn Katheer, raheemullaah, said: “The creator of these things is the One who deserves to be worshipped.”

All the types of worship which Allaah commanded like Islaam (submission and obedience to Allaah), Eemaan (true Belief comprising the belief of the heat, speech of the tongue and action of the limbs), and Ihsaan (perfection of worship), and from that is invocation/supplication (du’aa), reverential fear (khawf), hope and longing (rajaa), trust and reliance (tawakkul), fervent desire (raghbah), dread (rahbah), reverence and humility (khushoo’), awe (khashyah), turning repentantly (inaabah), appealing for aid and assistance (isti’aanah), seeking refuge (isti’aadhah), seeking deliverance and rescue (istighaathah), sacrificing (dhabh), vows (nadhr) and the rest of the types of worship commanded but proof for this is the Saying of Him, the Most High: “And the places of Prayer are for Allaah alone, so do not invoke anyone along with Allaah.” [Soorat al Jinn: 18].

Anyone who directs any part of that to anything besides Allaah, then he is a mushrik (pagan/polytheist), an unbeliever (kaafir), and the proof is the Saying of Him: “And whoever worships along with Allaah any other object of worship has no proof for that; his reckoning will be with his Lord. Indeed the unbelievers will never prosper.” [Soorat al Mu’minoon: 117].

In the hadeeth there occurs: “Invocation is the core of worship.” And the evidence for this is the Saying of Allaah: “And your Lord said: "Invoke Me, I will respond to your (invocation). Verily! Those who scorn My worship, they will surely enter Hell in humiliation!" [Soorat Ghaafir: 60]

The evidence for reverential fear (khawf) is the Saying of Allaah: “So do not fear them, but fear Me and beware of disobeying Me, if you are truly Believers.” [Soorat al ‘Imraan: 175].

The evidence for hope and longing (ar raja) is the Saying of Allaah: “So whoever hopes to see His Lord and be rewarded by Him, then let him make his worship correct and make it purely and sincerely for Him; and let him not make any share of it for anyone other than Him” [Soorat al Kahf: 110]

The evidence for trust and reliance (at tawakkul) is the Saying of Allaah: “And place your reliance and trust in Allaah if you are true Believers” [Soorat al Maa’idah: 23] and He said: “And whoever places his reliance and trust in Allaah then He will suffice him” [Soorat at Talaaq: 3].

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Explanation of the following text:

 

The evidence for the fervent desire (ar raghbah), dread (ar rahbah) and reverence and humility (al khushoo’) is the Saying of Allaah: “They used to hasten to acts of devotion and obedience to Allaah, and they used to worship Allaah upon love and desire, and upon fear, and were reverent and humble before Allaah.” [Soorat al Ambiyaa: 90]

 

The evidence for aw/dread (al khashyah) is the Saying of Allaah: “So do not have awe of them, but have awe of Me” [Soorat al Maa’idah: 3]


The evidence for turning repentantly (al inaabah) is the Saying of Allaah: “So turn, O you people, repentantly and obediently to your Lord, and submit obediently to Him” [Soorat az Zumar: 54]

 

The evidence for appealing for aid and assistance (al isti’aanah) is the Saying of Allaah: “O Allaah You alone we worship, and to You alone we appeal for aid” [Soorat al Faatihah: 5] and in the hadeeth there occurs: “If you seek help, then seek the help of Allaah.” [Reported by at Tirmidhee and declared Saheeh by Shaykh al Albaanee in al Mishkaat # 5302] 

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Explanation of the following text:

 

Its pillars are six: to truly believe in Allaah; His angels; His Books; His Messengers; The Last Day; and that you truly believe in pre-decree (al qadr) its good and its evil.

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Explanation of the following text:

 

THE SECOND PRINCIPLE:


Knowledge of the Deen of Islaam with the proofs. It is to submit to Allaah with Tawheed, and so yield obediently to Him, and to free and disassociate oneself from shirk and its people. And it is of three levels: Islaam – submission and obedience to Allaah, Eemaan – true belief comprising belief of the heart, speech of the tongue and action of the limbs, and ihsaan – perfection of worship. Each level has its pillars.

 

[The first level] The pillars of Islaam are five: The testification that none has the right to be worshipped except Allaah, and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Al; to establish the Prayer; to pay the zakaat; to fast Ramadhaan; and to make hajj to the sacred House of Allaah.


So the proof for the testification (shahaadah) is the Saying of Allaah “Allaah bears a witness that none has the right to be worshipped but Him; and likewise the angels and the people of knowledge beat witness: He who maintains justice, none has the right to be worshipped but Him, the All Might, the All Wise.” [Soorat Aal “Imraan: 18].


Its meaning is that none has the right to be worshipped except Allaah: “Laa Ilallaah” except Allaah, affirms worship for Allaah alone, and that there is to be no one given any share of His Dominion and Sovereignty.


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