Refutation Of Yasir Qadhi – [must listen]
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Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Haadee resides and lectures in al-Madeenah where he is an instructor at the faculty of Hadeeth. He is one of the major students of al-’Allaamah Ahmad Ibn Yahyaa an-Najmee.
Shaikh Muqbil said: “How many people have doctorates in Fiqh and understand nothing, how many have doctorates in Hadeeth and don’t understand one Hadeeth, for these certificates give creditation to many people to take certain positions which they do not deserve, and how does the title Dr help you when are are ignorant about the Shariah of Allah?”
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Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyah said:
“Thus if it [the innovation] is done publicly, then its recompense must be done in public, as well, in accordance with conceivable justice. For this reason, it is not considered backbiting to talk about one who openly publicizes his innovations and wickedness, as has been reported on Al-Hasan Al-Basree and others. This is because when one publicizes that, he justifies himself to be punished by the Muslims. The least of these forms of punishment is that he should be dispraised and dishonored so that the people may avoid and refrain from him and his deviance. And if he is not dispraised and the evil or disobedience or innovation that lies within him is not conveyed (to the public), then the people will be deceived by him. Then it is likely that this will bring some of them to act upon what he believes in. At the same time, it will only cause him to increase in his daringness, evil and disobedience.”
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(a lecturer at al-Masjid an-Nabawee and the Islaamic University of Madeenah, and Head of the Department of Knowledge Related Affairs at the King Fahd Qur.aan Printing Complex) said:
“”This is not the first, second, tenth or even hundredth time that an attempt such as this has been made. For a long time efforts have been made in order to produce such a formula, the only thing that differs is the method and the wordings. It should be known that achieving the objectives of such a pledge is impossible; it is like shooting a stray bullet that will never reach its target. How can (a pledge such as) this be possible, bringing together people of different theological backgrounds that are contradictory to each other?!”
The Shaykh described the basis for such a pledge as proceeding from the principle of “let us co-operate amongst ourselves in the issues that we agree upon, and excuse one another in the issues that we disagree upon”.
In support of the Islaamic University of Madeenah, the Shaykh iterated: “Just because some of the co-signers (of “The Pledge”) are graduates from the Islaamic University (of Madeenah) does not mean that the methodology of the University is at fault. Rather, the methodology of the University is correct, however, the University cannot guarantee that all the students who graduate from it are or will remain upon the same methodology”.
In reference to the claim that “The Pledge” is specific to issues pertaining to the West, the Shaykh vehemently rejected this by saying: “Their claim that this is a Western issue and that Major Scholars elsewhere do not need to be involved: We say to them that the same Islaam you have over there in the West is the same Islaam we have here. What is false and contradictory to Islaam over here is also false and contradictory to Islaam over there. Islaam is suitable for all times and places”.
Shaykh Muhammad ibn ‘Abdul Wahaab al’Aqeel, the former Head of the Department of ‘Aqeedah at the Islamic University as well as Yasir Qadhi’s Master’s thesis examiner said that it requires a detailed response and currently he does not have the time to do so.
Shaykh ‘Abdur Razaaq al ‘Abbaad mentioned that if there are problems such as this in the West, then they should be taken to the major scholars such as his father, Shaykh ‘Abdul Muhsin al ‘Abbaad