The Shehu refuted another faction which had become prevalent in these lands that had made false claims and pretended to have unveiling of hidden knowledge, even though they had not even withdrawn themselves out of the grip of Satan and their own curropt passions. Many of these false claimants knew nothing of what was incumbent upon them from the individual obligations, furud al-`ayaan. Out of their ignorance they happened upon some of the books of the science of spiritual purification, tasawwuf. they then shriveled their huge nafs into the attire of dignity and asceticism as a means of conjuring the rubble of the world's life. Out of jealousy they would fight those who resembled them from among the true and false sufis. Some of them knew nothing of the path of tasawwuf but only pretended to in order to prevail upon this world and to pilfer its vanities. For how many are there who pretend that they have attained good while there is no good in them, only insanity, dementia, satanic worshipping, or bewilderment? However, the desolate, deceived and ignorant, fall prey to them. This is the time about which we were warned. In the words of Ka'b and in the words of Ibn Mas'ud: "When this persists and no one speaks to rebuke. When no one will cry for the dead nor be happy about a newborn. In this age the truth has been rejected all together, while injustice and immorailty in these times are not rejected." Rather, it is an age where mankind wished not to remain because it has become like the saying of the Prophet :sas: , " There is no time coming except that the time after it will be more evil than it." The fourth division concerned destroying satanic innnovation and refuting abominable customs. The fifth division concerned disseminating the sciences of the Shari'ah, defining the problematic issues in them, bringing advantage by clarifying obscure issues, and precisely specifying the peculiar issues in the areas of the scienes. The division is the main topic that the Shehu used to discuss with the people. The majority of his beneficial books and brilliant publications concerned this division. In his lectures, he persisted in culminating the problematic issues from the religion from the minds of the students, to the delight of those who desired this. He rectified those problematic issues and created a clear description of the uncertainties and extremities which pervaded this age. Al-Abasani said, "Our shaykh, Abu Abdullahi, use to say in his lectures, 'If in the lectures of learning one does not get a clear picture of uncertainties of knowledge, then there is no benefit in sitting in his lectures.' He also said in verse: ' If in the lectures of a person one does not receive even a small point Of stipulating a clear picture of the problematic issues in religion Then avoid his circle and look to your own soul and make stenuous effort Never neglect it for in neglecting the development of the soul is the ugliest of traits.'"