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Old 02Feb2010, 02:17 PM   #16
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Abandoning The People of Innovation If Abandoning Them Brings about Benefit

The Messenger of Allah said regarding the Qadariyyah: "If they fall illl, do not visit them and if they die, do not pray janazah for them"

On the authority of Ka'b bin Malik , regarding the story of those who staye dbehing from going to the battle of Tabook: Allah's Messenger forbade the Muslims from speaking to us- meaning, himself, Hilal bin Umayyah and Murarah bin Ar Rabe- out of those who stayed behind from going to the battle of Tabook. So we kept away from the people and they changed their attitudes towards us to the point that the very land in which I lived appeared strange to me as if I didi not know it. We remained in that state for fifty nights.

He, Kab bin Malik, said: I used to go out and pray along with the Muslims and roam around the markets and no onw would talk to me. I would come to Allah's Messenger and would greet him with the salutation of peace whilst he was seated in a garthering after the prayer, so I would ask myself; 'Did he move his lips in reply to my salutation of not?' Then I would pray near to him and steal glances at him. When I was busy with my prayer, he would turn his face towards me, but when I turned my face to him he would turn his face away from me. When this harshness of the people lengthened, I walked till I reached and scaled the wall of the garden of abu Qatadah who was the son of my paternal uncle and the most beloved of the people to me. So I greeted him with the salutation of peace and by Allah he did not respond to my salutation. So I said: 'O Abu Qatadah! I beseech you by Allah! Do you know that I love Allah and His Messenger?!' He kept quiet. I asked him again, beseeching him in the name of Allah. He said: 'Allah and His Messenger know best.' Thereupon my eyes overflowed with tears and I turned away and jumped over the wall...

It reamained as such untill forty out of the fifty nights elapsed. Then there came to me a messenger from Allah's Messenger who said: 'Allah's Messenger orders you to stay away from your wife.' I said; 'should I divorce her or otherwise what should I do?' He said: 'No. Just keep away from her and do not approach her for relations.'

He, Kab bin Malik,, said:When I had offered the Fajr prayer on the fifthieth morning on the roof of one of our houses and I was sitting in the condition which allah described n the Quran, my soul felt constricted and the earth seemed narrow to me for all its spaciousness. Then I heard the voice of someone who had ascended to the mount of Sala, calling out loudly: 'o kab bin Malik1 Rejoice, glad tidings!' I fell down in prostration before Allah, realising that releif had come. Allah's Messenger had announced the acceptance of our repentance by Allah when he prayed Fajr..

Bukhari(4/1603 #4156) and Muslim (4/212 # 53)

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The Obligation of Hearing And Obeying The Muslim Rulers Even If They Are Tyrannical And Oppressive

On the authority of Ubaadah bin As Samit, who said: The Prophet called us and we gave him the pledge of allegience (the Bay'ah). So amongst that which he said and made binding upon us was: That we pledged to hear and obey in times of invigoration and un times of weariness, and in times which we found hardship and in times of ease, even if someone else is given preference over us. And that we do not revolt against the Leaders unless you see from them open, clear unbelief (which ejects one from Islam) for which you have (for such a judgement) a clear evidence from Allah.

Bukhari (6/2588 # 6647) Muslim (3/1470 # 42)

Also on the authority of Ubaadah that the Prophet said: Hear and obey (the Leader or Ruler) in that which is difficult for you and in that which is easy for you, in times of invigoration and in times of dislike and weariness and when others are given preferential treatment over you- even if they take and consumate your wealth and they beat your back. Except that you do not obey them if it involves disobedience to Allah.

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The Punishment For The One Who Rebels Against The Muslim Ruler

On the authority of Arfajah who said: I heard Allah's Messenger say: "Whoever comes to you whilst you are united under a singe Ruler, wishing to split and divide your united body (that is under that Ruler), then slay him (the one who came to divide you)."

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The Fobiddance of Abusing the Muslim Rulers

On the authority of Ziyaad bin Kusayb al Adawee who said: I was with Abu Bakrah, , sitting under the pupit of the Ruler Ibn Aamir as he was delivering the sermon and he was wearing a fine garment. So abu Bilaal said "Look at our ruler wearing the garments of the sinners" So Abu Bakrah said: Be solent!! I heard Allah's Messenger say:

Whoever sends scorn upon the one whom Allah has given rulership to upon the earth, Allah will scorn him

Ahmad (Al Musnad 5/42 # 20450)

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Supplication For The Rulers Of The Muslims

On the authority of Tameem Ad Daaree, , that the Prophet , said:

"The Religion is sincere advice." We said "To whom?" He said "To Allah, to His Book, to His Messenger, to the Rulers of the Muslims and to the general people."

Muslim (1/74 # 95)

The author, may Allah preserve him says: Giving sincere advice is to wish for the one being advised. And from that which is necessary in advice to the Ruler is supplication for him, for his rectification and rectification of his subjects. Imam Bukhari (Usoolus Sunnah of Al Laaalikaee 1/176) narrated the ijmaa of the Salaf in agreeing that it is legislated to make duaa for the Rulers od the Muslims.

The translator adds: Imam Bukhari said "When you see a man making supplication against the Ruler then know that he is a person of desire. And when you hear a man making a suppliciation for the Ruler, fore his rectification, then know he is a person of the Sunnah, if Allah, , wills." (Tabaqaatul Hanabilah 2/36)
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How The Subjects Are To Advise The Muslim Ruler

On the authority of Shuraih ibn Ubayd, , who said: "Iyad bin Ghanam said to Hisham bib Hakeem: Did you not hear the statement of Allah's Messenger "

"Whomsoever wishes to advise the Ruler (Sultan), let him not do so openly. Rather he should take him by his hand and take him into seclusion (and advise him) then it is for him (in benefit)-and if (he does) not accept, then he has done that which was upon him (By giving sincere advice)"

Ahmad-al Musnad (3/403 # 15359) Ibn Abee Aasim-as Sunnah (2/522 #1097)

Translator's note: Shayky ibn Uthaymeen (d. 1421 H) said: "So when speaking about the King by backbiting, advising him openly and publicising (his faults), when there is (nothing but) humiliation of him, that humiliation for which Allah had threatened the one who does it with humiliation and debasement, then there is no doubt that it is obligatory to carefully observe what we have mentioned, that he should desire to give advice in secret and other such things. This being for the ones who are capable of advising them, from among the scholars, those who visit them and mix with them and by whose advice they find benefit, as opposed to those besides the (scholars)..." up until he said: "...for openly opposing the Ruler (Sultan) in that which is not from the necessities of the religion, and forgiving their mistakes in gatherings,in the mosques and in the ranks (of people) and other places of admonition and other such things, then that is not advice at all. So do not be decieved by the one who does that, even if it is with good intention, for verily, that is in opposition to what the Salafus Salih, those who are to be followed, were upon-and your guidance is in Alllah's control." Maqaasidul Islam, p. 393
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The Obligation Of Seeking Permission From The Muslim Ruler For Jihaad. And The Obligation Of Seeking Permission From One's Parents Before Embarking Upon A Righteous Journey.

On the authority of Abdullah bin Amr, , who said: A man came to the Prophet, , and sought permission from him to perform Jihaad. So he, , said:

"Are your parents alive?" He replied: "Yes." He, , said: "Then go and make Jihaad (strive) in serving them both."

Narated by Al Bukharee (3/1094 # 2842) and Muslim (4/1975 # 5)
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Leaving Off Giving Fatwa, Teaching And Delivering Admonitions If One Is Commanded By The Muslim Ruler To Withhold, Whilst It Is Known That There Are Others In The Ummah Who Are Fulfilling The Role

On the authority of Awf bin Maalik, , that the Prophet, , said:

"There is no narrating to the people, except if one is a Ruler or one who is commanded (to narrate), or one who is haughty and deceitful."

Narrated by Ahmad (Al Musnad (6/22) # 24018) and Abu Dawood (Sunan Abu Dawood (3/323 # 3665))

Al Albanee said regarding the chain of narration of Abu Dawood: "It carries the posibility of being declared 'Hasan', however the Hadeeth is Saheeh since it has in Al Musnad other routes, some of which are Saheeh"

On the authority of Anbdur Rahman bin Abzaa, , who said: I was with Umar, and a man came to him and said: "We are in a place for a month or two months?" So Umar said: "As for me, then I will not pray till I find water." So Ammar said: "O Leader of the Faithful! Do you not remember when I and you were with the camel herds and we both woke up in a state of ritual impurity (in need of a bath). As for me I rolled about on the ground (as means of purifying myself in the absence of water). So when we came to the Prophet,, and I mentioned this to him, he said: "It would have been sufficient for you if you had done this," then he struck his hands on the ground, then he blew upon them, then he wiped his face with them and wiped his hands to half way up his fore-arms." So Umar said: "O Ammar! Fear Allah!". So he (Ammar) said: "O Leader of the Faithful. If you wish, then by Allah, I will never mention it (again)." So Umar said: "Certainly not! By Allah we will leave you to do as you see fit in that regard."

Narrated by Muslim (1/281 # 113) and Abu Dawood (1/88 # 322) and the wording is from him.

The wording of Muslim is Ammar said: "O Leader of the Faithful! Because of the rights which Allah has given to you over me, I will not narrate it to anyone."
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The Obligation of Forbidding Evil And Its Levels


On the authority of Abu Saeed, , I heard the Messenger of Allah,, say:

"Whoever sees and evil, let him change it with his hand. And if he is not able to do that, let him change it with his tongue (by speaking). And if he is not able to do that, then let him (hate it) in his heart, and and that is the weakest of faith."

Narrated by Muslim (1/69 # 78)
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Using Gentleness In Forbidding Evil


On the authority of Aaisha,, the wife of the Prophet, , that the Prophet, :

"Indeed, gentleness is not brought into anything except that it beautifies it. And it is not removed from anything except that it disfigures and tarnishes it."

Narrated by Muslim (4/2004 # 78)
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