“Know, may Allaah have mercy on you, that the first thing Allaah obligated on the Son of Aadam is to reject the Taaghoot and believe in Allaah.”
by Shaykhu-l-Islam Muhammad ibn Abdulwahhab
  • 4. Our time compared to former times

    4. Our time compared to former times0

    That which is clear and must be established is that the people of former times differ both in knowledge and behavior than the people of our time. People who lived in the time when the Quran was revealed, very well knew what it entailed to say La ilaha illa Allah. They knew that this meant

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  • 3. At-Tab’iyyah (the dependency)

    3. At-Tab’iyyah (the dependency)0

    When dealing with Al-Islam al-hukmi – since it is an outwardly judgment – there must be something based upon which a person is judged. These are things that either directly or indirectly indicate whether a person is a Muslim or not. Imam Al-Kasaani – rahimahullah – said regarding what a person can be judged based

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  • 2. Ad-Dalaalah (The indication)

    2. Ad-Dalaalah (The indication)0

    When dealing with Al-Islam al-hukmi – since it is an outwardly judgment – there must be something based upon which a person is judged. These are things that either directly or indirectly indicate whether a person is a Muslim or not. Imam Al-Kasaani – rahimahullah – said regarding what a person can be judged based

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  • 1. An-Nass (The Wording)

    1. An-Nass (The Wording)0

    When dealing with Al-Islam al-Hukmi – since it is an outwardly judgment – there must be something based upon which a person is judged. These are things that either directly or indirectly indicate whether a person is a Muslim or not. Imam Al-Kasaani – rahimahullah – said regarding what a person can be judged based

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  • The meaning of ilah

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