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”You cannot establish the dawah without refutations. Just like you cannot establish tawheed without refuting shirk.”

– Abu ‘Abdis-Salaam al-Juyaanee,  Explanation of the Hadeeth of Jibreel – From the works of Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan

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In the name of Allah. The One who sent His final messenger with light to help the blind to see. The One who there is absolutely no deity worthy of worship but Him. Peace and blessing be upon His final messenger, his family, his companions and whoever follows their way. The following was taken from “ Idmanut Turruq lee Ma’rifatil Furuq” this book was written by Abu Ammar Yasir Al-Adenee. Shaykh Yahya Al-Hajooree(may Allah preserve him)said “ Yasir Al-Adenee is a teacher and preacher. He currently resides in Hadramout. He has published a book titled” Hedieya fee Tarteeb Faw’id Beedieyah wa Neehiya”. Taken from At-Taabaqat on page 65.

Tawheed calls for the belief in Allah, the Books, Messengers, Angels, the Last Day and the Qadr .

‘Aqeedah is more general and has more detail in its subject than Tawheed does.

Tawheed affirms facts by proof only.

While ‘Aqeedah affirms Tawheed, refutes doubtful issues, sheds light on the misguided ideologies’ claims, and disputes with the other religions and sects.

(end of definition from Idmanut Turruq)

Extra point of benefit.

*The Salaf used to use the word Sunnah or Sharee’ah as a synonym with ‘Aqeedah. We find books written by great Imams that explain the ‘Aqeedah of Ahulus Sunnah wa Jama’ah. Here are just a few books that establish this point;

1. Usulus Sunnah by Al-Humaydee 219 H

2. As-Sunnah by Abdullah ibn Ahmed ibn Hanbal 290 H

3. Sharus Sunnah by Al-Muzanee 264 H

4. As-Sunnah by Ibn Abee ‘As-sim 287 H

5. As-Sunnah by Al-Murwazee 294 H

6. As-Sunnah by Al-Khalal 311 H

7. Sharus Sunnah By Imam Al-Barbaharee 329 H

8. Usul As-Sunnah by Ibn Abee Zamaneen 399 H

9. As-Sharee’ah Imam Al-Ajuree 360 H

Translated by:Abu Aaliyah Abdullah ibn Dwight Battle,Doha, Qatar 13/5/1429

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Question:

This (female) questioner from France says that she has just professed Islaam and always hears of (the term) “Al-Wahabiyyah”, so she desires clarification from the Shaykh regarding this issue, may Allaah protect him.

Answer:

I ask Allaah, O my daughter, that He establish you on Islaam and the Sunnah. O Allaah, establish her! [The Shaykh made this supplication three times]
(The term) “Al-Wahabiyyah” is attributed to Ash-Shaykh Muhammad ibn ‘Abdul Wahhaab (رحمه الله) because he was the one who revived the call of Tawheed in the middle part of the twelfth century of the hijrah. He was aided upon this revival by the Ameer, the Imaam, Muhammad ibn Saud, may Allaah have mercy upon them both.

This ascription (Al-Wahabiyyah) is used by the enemies; the enemies of Tawheed, the enemies of the Sunnah. So it has become, that every enemy of Tawheed and the Sunnah ascribes the person of Tawheed and the Sunnah with being “Wahabee”. This is the explanation of the word “Al-Wahabiyyah”.

And perhaps you should know that it is an evil ascription both blameworthy and faulty, because Ash-Shaykh Muhammad ibn ‘Abdul Wahhaab (رحمه الله) did not ascribe himself with this. Likewise, this ascription was never attributed to him by the Scholars of the da’wah after him, nor from amongst his sons, grandchildren and brothers of the da’wah up until the present time.

It is not known from anyone from amongst them attributing him with this ascription except the people of superstitions, innovations, and Shirk. They are the ones who ascribe the people of the Sunnah with this ascription.

Shaykh `Ubayd al-Jaabiree

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And here’s a good book in light of this issue and inaccuracies surrounding this title and its ascription to Salafiyyah:

http://abdurrahman.org/jihad/thewahhabimyth.pdf

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