15 - Kashf ush-Shubuhaat - The removal of the doubts - Abu Muadh Taqweem | Manchester


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Kashf ush-Shubuhaat – The removal of the doubts – Lesson 15 (12/12/20) 8th DOUBT – Their claim: “Shirk is worshipping idols but we do not worship idols” If he says: “Shirk is the worship of idols and we do not worship idols.” Then say to him: “What does it mean to worship idols? Do you think that they believe that these idols – made from wood and stone – create, sustain, and regulate the affairs of those who call upon them? This is an understanding that the Qur’ān denies and rejects.” And if he says: “They turn in devotion – to wood, stone, or a building erected upon a grave, or other than this – by calling upon them and sacrificing to them while saying that this practice brings us closer to Allāh in station. And so that Allāh repels from us any harm due to its blessing or grants us our requests due to its blessing.” Then say: “You have spoken the truth – and this is exactly what you do with stones and buildings erected upon graves and other places.” So, this person has admitted that their practices are indeed worship of idols, which is what we were trying to establish. It is also said to him: “As for your statement that Shirk is the worship of idols, do you mean by this to restrict Shirk to this alone and do you believe that relying upon the righteous and supplicating to them is not considered to be Shirk?” This notion is refuted by what Allāh mentions in His Book regarding the disbelief of whoever attaches themselves to and directs worship to the Angels, ‘Īsā or the righteous. So it is incumbent upon him to admit to you that whoever makes one of the righteous to share in the worship of Allāh has indeed committed Shirk, and that this is the Shirk mentioned in the Qur’ān, and this is what we have been seeking to establish. Today we covered: • What is the meaning of worshipping idols • The mushrikoon did not used to believe that their idols could control the affairs and give sustenance. • They would say,”This brings us closer to Allaah.” • They would believe that going to the idols would be just an intermediary between them and Allaah • Even if this same practise of going to the dead was done to the Prophet ﷺ this would also be deemed as shirk • Q&A session The English translation of the workbook are available on: file:///D:/Learn%20About%20Islam/Audio/Abu%20Muaadh%20Taqweem%20Aslam/Kashf%20Ush-Shubuhaat/Kashf%20ash-Shubuhaat%20workbook.pdf Recorded at the Salafi Centre of Manchester on 12/12/20 and streamed live on www.SunnahRadio.Net

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