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9 years 5 months ago #1620 by ummelias_1
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As salāmu alaikum Bro Moosa

Regarding the book: "Exemplary Principles Concerning The Beautiful Names and Attributes of Allaah", chapter 1.4, I have the following questions:

1.When speaking about Allah, is it necessary for the iltizaam (logical conclusion) to have a proof in the Book or Sunnah (the two examples given which speak about Allah [p.33 & 35] bring ayat)

2.What are the conditions to bring iltizaam when speaking about the deen? A person must be on the level of a mujtahid to extract the iltizaam?

barakaallahu feekum


Umm Elias Malikah As Salafiyyah

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9 years 5 months ago #1621 by moosaa.richardson
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wa alaykumus-salāmu wa rahmatullaah.

The result of dilaalat al-iltizaam when speaking about ghayb must be supported by evidences and/or established principles.

For example, "Qul Huwa Allaahu Ahad" (Say: He is Allaah, the One)

By way of iltizaam we can correctly deduce that Allaah is self-sufficient and does not need anyone.

But someone who doesn't know Allaah and His Attributes of Perfection might say this also means that Allaah is lonely.

Self-sufficiency is an attribute of perfection that is supported by both texts and principles.

Lonliness is an attribute of weakness that is in opposition to the texts that establish Allaah's Attributes and their principles.

And Allaah knows best.

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