New book : Muskrik Kaun ???

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    Unbeknown Senior Moderator

    More than a 1000 hard-copies of the book have been given away, mostly to borderline sunnis and wahabis and off-city areas have'nt been neglected. Hopefully this effort will prove to be a welcome step in preserving the Aqaid of the gulliable masses who are increasingly falling prey to the Wahhabite propaganda machine. More books to come InshaAllah.

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    Unbeknown Senior Moderator


    A parasol of I'lm against the scorch of baseless accusations of Shrik
    Allah, in His name, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful​

    Expounding the critical subjects of Shirk and Tawheed, subjects which the wahhabis have greatly obfuscated by their self-righteous interpretations fraught with flagrant casuistry, this book is primarily a response to the allegations leveled against the Ahlussunnah by a bunch of wahhabis affiliated to the Jamiat-e-Ahl-e-Hadith of India. It is a systematic and point-wise rebuttal of their deceptive tirades, quibbles and pseudo-scholastic arguments, in the light of the Quran, Ahadith, Ijma-e-Ummat, quotations from the luminaries of Ahlussunnah and finally the statements of the very scholars dearest to them, including their ‘Shaykh-ul-Islam’ Ibn-Taymiyyah, his students Ibn-Qayyim and Ibn-Kathir, one of the pioneering wahhabis of the Indian subcontinent, namely, Abdurrahman Mubarakpuri et al. The author has also taken to task the ‘Muhaddith-al-Asr’ of the wahhabis for his fictile and unprincipled approach to hadith gradation: authenticating those that confirm his dogmas and weakening or explaining away those that do not!

    Contents in brief:

    1) Misapplication of verses condemning idolatory : An exposition.

    2) Incongruity between the creeds of the pagan Arabs and the
    Ahlussunnah .

    3) Contradistinction between reverence (Ta'zeem) and worship (I'badah).

    4) Explanation of the isthmus life (Barzakh).

    5) Capabilities of the spirit (Ruh').

    6) The dead DO hear.

    7) Licitness of Istagatha, Istia'nat and Tawassul and a critique (radd) of

    8) The vertigo of Asbaab (means).

    About the author: Mufti Aqib Kharbe is a gifted scholar residing in
    Maharashtra, India. He completed Takhassus from the
    world-renowned Al-Saqaafat-us-Sunniyah, Kerela, India in
    2005 and is currently pursuing advanced studies at Al-
    Azhar, Cairo.

    Tashih (Review): This book has been reviewed by the honorable Mufti Mujeeb
    Ashraf of Nagpur and the honorable Allamah Usaid-ul-Haqq
    of Badayun (may Allah keep them).

    Language : Urdu.

    Price : Read the book attentively, cover-to-cover and with an
    open mind. That’s all we want!

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