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Ramadan 2011 (Seeking The Truth)


Deviated Sects Exposed Part 1

Evidence below clearly outlines the blasphemous beliefs of the deviated sects. Please be aware of these people and protect your Imaan from these so called Muslims. After reading and understanding the evidence below you be the judge.

INCORRECT BELIEF: Allah (S.W.T) can speak lies. (Baraheen-e-Qaatia, Pg. 278 by Khalil Ahmed Ambetbwi & Fataawa Rashidia, Vol. 1, Pg. 20 by Rashid Ahmed Gangohi)

CORRECT BELIEF: Speaking a lie is a fault, just as how stealing, fornicating, etc.. are faults. Without doubt, Allah (S.W.T) is free from faults. The Holy Quran states, that the qualities of Allah (S.W.T) are Sure (Waajib), not probable. Thus, to say, "Allah (S.W.T) can probably ..." is not Islamically correct.

INCORRECT BELIEF: The glory of Allah (S.W.T) is that whenever He wishes, He can know the Unseen (Ghaib). Allah (S.W.T) has not bestowed any Saint, Prophet (A.S), Jinn or Angel with this ability. (Taqwiyatul-lmaan by Ismail Dehlwi)

CORRECT BELIEF: Allah (S.W.T) is the Knower of the Unseen (Aalimul-Ghaib) at all times. His knowledge is His quality and is Sure (Waajib). Saying, "Whenever He wishes, He can know ...." means that if Allah (S.W.T) doesn't wish, He remains ignorant. This is infidelity (kufr). The qualities of Allah (S.W.T) are not choices for Him, but are sure for Him. Also, He (S.W.T) has blessed His beloved with knowledge of the Unseen.

INCORRECT BELIEF: Allah (S.W.T) does not have knowledge of the servant's actions beforehand, only when the servant does a good or bad deed, then does Allah (S.W.T) gain knowledge of it. (Bulgatul-Hairaan, Pg. 57 by Maulwi Husain Ali, a student of Rashid Ahmed Gangolri)

CORRECT BELIEF: Allah (S.W.T) is the Knower of everything and His knowledge is Sure and Eternal (Qadeem). Any person who believes Allah (S.W.T) to be unaware of anything is one out of the fold of Islam.

Deobandis refute even the Knowledge of Allah (S.W.T)! So if they reject the Holy Prophet's (S.A.W) Knowledge of the Unseen, what is so surprising?

INCORRECT BELIEF: To the common people, the expression "Khaatim-un-Nabiy-yeen" means the "Last Prophet". To the knowing people this is not a correct view. Even if a Prophet was to be born after the Holy Prophet (S.A.W) it would still have no effect on the concept of the finality of Muhammad (S.A.W). (Tahzeerun-Naas, Pages 3 & 25).

CORRECT BELIEF: “Khaatimum-Nabiyeen” mean that our Prophet (S.A.W) is the Final Messenger. It is impossible for a person to become a Prophet either during the time of our Beloved Prophet (S.A.W) or after it. This is the meaning upon which the entire Muslim Ummah has agreed upon and is also the meaning explained in the AHadith. Anyone who rejects this is an apostate (Murtad), i.e. the Qadiyanis etc.