Shaykh Ibn Abdul Wahab In Najd | Shaykh Muhammed Amaan Al Jaami

January 9, 2023 19 Views

By the time Muhammad ibn Abd al Wahhab (d. 1206AH) had embarked upon his journey to rectify the situation of the Arabs, ignorance had become very much entrenched in Arabia. Most of its inhabitants were misdirected and had returned to the ways of pre- Islamic Arabia. Mystical leaders and people of deviation ruled over the people. Extreme sufis erected graves in exaltation of their saints. The tree of at-Tarfiyyah: which women would approach and seek blessings from was venerated, the grave of Zayd ibn al-Khattab was converted into a place of pilgrimage and idols were taken as objects of adulation in al-Kharj. The days of ignorance were no longer a thing of the past. Blind partisanship to the four schools of thought had divided the Islamic community. The affair had escalated to the extent that at the holy mosque of Mecca, the five daily prayers were established four-fold. The followers of a particular school of thought would pray separately in congregation with their own imām. It is due to this historical background that we find the majority of authoriship by Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhab (d. 1206AH) centre around the rebuttal of polytheism and superstitions. From them is his well-known book: Kitab At-Tawhid – which is undoubtedly considered his magnum opus; Masa’il al-Jahiliyyah allatee Khalafa fahaa Rasul Allah ahl al-Jahiliyyah, al-Qawa’id al- Arba’, Kashfash-Shubuhat fi at-Tawhid. Subscribe to this channel for more content like this, and please give this video a thumbs-up and share it across all social media platforms. Abu Hurraira narrated that The Prophet ﷺ said: ❝Whoever invites to guidance will be rewarded like those who follow him in guidance are rewarded, and that will not decrease the reward of those who have followed him❞. [Collected by Imām Muslim]



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Shaykh Muhammed Ibn Abdul Wahab in Najd

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