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From: Mutah Beale
Sent: May-10-10 2:59 PM
Subject: Re: Few Lines
In the name of Allah the Beneficent The Most Merciful.
I'm writing about something that occurred recently with my name being distributed on a flyer that's promoting an conference put together by deviants and calling to their deviation. I Mutah beale is free of them and has no involvement what so ever with this conference. They put my name along with brother Amir junaid's name on the flyer with out our permission. I don't sit with the people of innovation and I always stress if I'm called out to do a talk for the youth as a motivational speaker then to not have any other speakers unless they are upon the methodology of the Salaf nd are known among the ulema and the salafi community to be upright. These people took it upon their selves to put my name on their flyer I contacted them three times telling them to remove my name off the flyer, website and other avenues they are using to promote this deviant get together. Once again I has nothing to do with this conference and will not be attending this conference I will be in edmonton doing other lectures with the youth but nothing to do with rahma conference in edmonton. May Allah guide us all.
Mutah (Napoleon) beale
Beale Holdings Inc
Shaykh Ibn Bāz was asked about jamaa’atut-tableegh and that which is with them from shirk and innovations and jama’aah ikhwaanul-muslimeeen (The Muslim Brotherhood) and that which is with them from partisanship and revolting against the Muslim Ruler and their lack of listening and obeying – are these two sects enter in to the destroyed (seventy-two) sects?
“They enter in to the seventy-two sects, whoever opposes the creed of ahl al-sunnah, they enter the seventy-two (sects) and the intent from his statement “My Nation” is the nation who accepted the call meaning those that answered him and they showed their adherence to him they are the seventy-three sects, the one that is the correct, saved one - is the one who followed him and was steadfast upon his religion. And seventy-two sects, from them is the disbeliever and from them is the sinner and from them is the innovator.”
The questioner interjects: “meaning that these two sects (ikhwaanul-muslimeen, jamaa’atut-tableegh) they are included in the seventy-two sects?”
He answered: “Yes, they are included in the seventy-two sects and the murji’ah and other than them (are included). al-murji’ah wal-khawaarij, some of the people of knowledge see that the khawaarij are from the disbelievers and outside (the fold of Islām). However, they enter in to the general seventy-two sects.
Sharḥ al-muntaqaa (recorded cassette – 1418 [1995CE])
Also asked to Imām Ibn Bāz:
Questioner: “Is it permissible to go with ikhwaanul-muslimeen for da’wah”
Answer: “Verily the jamaa’atut-tableegh do not have any insight in to the affairs of ‘aqīdah therefore it is not permissible to go out with them except the one who has knowledge and insight in to the right ‘aqeeedah, that which ahl al-sunnah are upon so he may direct them and give them advice.
Majmoo al-Fataawee Ibn Bāz
The following was asked to Imām al-Albānī
Question: “Is it permissible for a student of knowledge or other than him that he go out with them (jamaa’atut-tableegh) with the claim of calling to Allaah?”
Answer: “Jamaa’atut-tableegh are not upon the manhaj of the book of Allaah and the Sunnah of the Messenger (ṣallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam) and that which our righteous predecessors were upon and if the affair is like this, then it is not permissible to go out with them because it negates our manhaj in our propagation of the methodology of the salaf al-ṣāliḥ…they jamaa’atut-tableegh do not give any importance to calling to the book of Allaah and the Sunnah…For this reason they are similar to the jamaa’atul-ikhwaanul muslimeen so they say ‘verily our da’wah is founded upon the book and the sunnah’ but this is only just (empty) words, therefore ‘aqīdah does not join them (in their call). So this one is matarudee, ash’aree and this one is soofee and this one has no madhhaab?!…so the call of jamaa’atut-tableegh is modern-day soofism. They call to manners (alone), as for the rectification of the creed then ‘they do not move one who is stagnant’ [meaning it is ineffective da’wah they call to].
Fataawaa al-Emreratiyyah lil al-Albānī
Dr. Ṣāliḥ al-Fawzān, member of the permanent committee of major scholars was asked about making khurooj (going out) with Jamaa’atut-Tableegh (for da’wah):
Answer: “The khurooj in the path of Allaah is not the khurooj that they mean today (jamaa’atut-tableegh). Al-khurooj in the path of Allaah means going out to battle (legislated war), as for what they (jamaa’atut-tableegh) called khurooj today, then this is bid’ah that did not emanate from the salaf.
From the book: Three Lectures Regarding Knowledge and Da’wah.
Questions asked to Shaykh ‘Abdullāhi al-Barbaraawee (hafidhullaah):
These questions were presented to the Shaykh by the brothers at Masjid al-Furqaan (TROID) on May 11th 2010 after Ṣalātudh-Dhuhr.
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: Na’am
Questioner: As-Salaamu ‘Alaykum
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: Wa ‘alaykumus Salaam wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakatuh
Questioner: Is this Shaykh Barabaraawee?
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: Na’am
Questioner: Barakallaahu Feek, ‘O Shaykh - We are some Salafī youth calling from Canada.
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: I understand, barakallaahu feekum
Questioner: We had some questions ‘O Shaykh - we wanted you to answer them, is this a good time?
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: No, I am sort of busy. I am preparing for a lesson I’m going to teach.
Questioner: Okay, then when is a good time for us to call so you can answer these questions regarding some callers coming to this country. We wanted you to tell us what you know about their situation.
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: I understand
Questioner: Some of them are from Hargeisa and others from Nairobi. So we wanted some short time that you can tell us about them and what you know about them, are they Salafī and can we seek knowledge from them?
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: Who is from them? If the questions are summarized we can answer them.
Questioner: From them is a Shaykh named Muhammed Umal.
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: Okay
Questioner: As for us Yaa Shaykh al-hamdulillaah we are Salafī youth and we know what the ‘Ulamāʾ have said about Muhammad Umal. Shaykh Yahyá (al-Haajooree) refuted him –hafidhullaah- and Shaykh Muhammed al-Imām and that he is a man from the hizb of Ittihaad - we know this. However, we wanted your advice because some of the youth have doubts. So they said let us call Shaykh ‘Abdullāhi al-Barbaraawee and let us see what he says about Shaykh Muhammad Umal. Some are arguing that he is a Salafī and that he is upon the path of the Salaf. What do you say about this affair?
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: Wallaahi, as for me I do not know him personally but from the information I have about him from that which individuals that know him have told me and (based on) the positions he took from the fitan (trials) that happened in Somalia. (Then) To say that he (Umal) is a man upon the manhaj of the Salaf and he did not oppose the manhaj of the Salaf in anything, (then) this is not true.
Questioner: Barakallaahu feek. Also we wanted to ask about an individual located in Hargeisa named Mohamed Dirir?
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: Mohamed Dirir he is from the Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen. His manhaj is the manhaj of Ikhwaanil-Muslimeen.
Questioner: Barakallaahu Feek. Also another Shaykh named Mustafa Haaji Haaruun?
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: From that which I knew he was from the of hizb of Ittihaad or the hizb of ‘Itisaam (off-shoot of Ittihaad).
Questioner: Also another Qaaree which is well known named Abdurashidd Ali Sufi who is located in Qatar, what do you know about his situation?
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: I know he is from Jamaa’atut-Tableegh. And some brothers I rely upon have told me that he is a Sufi Ash’ari.
Questioner: Barakallaahu Feek Shaykh, May Allaah reward you for your time that you have given us. We wanted to explain these affairs to some of the youth, and the advices of the Somali Mashaayikh have said about these individuals.
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: Did you record this?
Questioner: We recorded it but we wanted your permission to spread it, yes or no?
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: No, tell them yourselves but don’t record it. It’s possible other evils might occur because of it.
Questioner: Okay Yaa Shaykh, we will not record it we hold on to it (the recording) and we will not spread it.
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: Barakallaahu Feek
Questioner: Jazaak Allaahu Khayr
Shaykh al-Barbaraawee: As-Salaamu ‘Alaykum wa Rahmatullaah
Questioner: Wa ‘alaykumus Salaam…
End of conversation.
Another set of questions posed to Shaykh Abdullāhi Hashi as-Somaalee by the brothers at Masjid al-Furqaan (TROID) also on May 11th 2010 after ṣalātudh-dhuhr:
After introducing ourselves to the Shaykh and explaining that we are calling from Canada we asked him some of the speakers invited to the rahma conference:
Shaykh Abdullāhi Hashi: Do you want these questions answered right now or tomorrow night?
Questioner: Wallaahi, we would like for you to answer these questions urgently regarding something that’s happening in this city
Shaykh Abdullāhi Hashi: What is from it?
Questioner: Some of the hizbees part of al-itihaad are holding a conference in a week and a half, so from the attendees are Muhammad Umal, who is known, and others, so we would like a brief advice regarding what these callers are upon whom are coming. They are approximately fifteen and we would like you to tell us about those whom you know of.
Shaykh Abdullāhi Hashi: ...the youth (audio unclear) do you know that Umal and those like him are from itihaad?
Questioner: We understand well, there are other youths that have doubts.
Shaykh Abdullāhi Hashi: No, no, no, leave them with their affair, those who have doubts, it’s up to them. Umal is the one whom when Shaykh Yahyá (al-Haajooree) refuted, (yet) he continued to babble on. He is someone who is part of itihaad and those with him are like him, and those who want to be with him, then leave them with him. As for those who want sunnah; these individuals, their affairs are clear. The agenda of itihaad is clear and is not something new we need to speak about today. Their affair is clear; the fitnah they started in Somalia is the one today, because of it Somalia is being destroyed by the hands of the disbelievers, each party trying to rule the other. So if the issue is something else, then I’m ready, but if it is Umal, the major scholars have spoken about him, there’s nothing remaining for me to speak about regarding him.
Questioner: Baarakallaahu feek Shaykh, what advice to you have for the youth here, regarding Shaykh Muhammad Umal, and others such as Muhammad Dirir coming from Hargeisa, what do you know about him, “Muhammad Dirir”?
Shaykh Abdullāhi Hashi: (Thinking we are still asking about Muhammad Umal) Brother, may Allaah be pleased be with you! You know him, are you not Shaykh Yahyá’s student?!
Shaykh Abdullāhi Hashi: Did Shaykh Yahyá not refute him?
Questioner: Yes, Shaykh Yahyá did refute him, so did Shaykh Muhammad al-Imām!
Shaykh Abdullāhi Hashi: Okay, okay, then why are you saying you don’t know him (Umal)? The person who is convinced with it, the major scholars have refuted him, whether they are from the land of Somalia or Yemen.
Questioner: No, not Shaykh Umal, his condition is clear, we are taking about Muhammad Dirir, he is from Hergeysa as it’s written on the flyer, we have no knowledge of him, what is he upon?
Shaykh Abdullāhi Hashi: As for Muhammad Dirir ask Shaykh Abdullāhi Barbaraawee [see previous telelink converstion] about his condition. Do you have his number?
[The Shaykh told us where we can find
“I have never sat with anybody, a big scholar or not big scholar, except that I found an angle that I am more or better versed than them in it, ya’nee (meaning) you sit with someone who is a monster in ‘Aqīdah but you’re in history, you’re better than that, you sit with someone who is phenomenal in fiqh but you know interfaith better than them or whatever it is ya’nee (meaning), if you never sit with anyone in life except you’re better than them – you can surpass them in something. Even major scholars, you can surpass them in some angle or another but I’ve never in my life sat with someone that I could never find myself better than them in anything besides Ali Al-Tamimi…
…I’ve never ever been impressed with anyone in my life more than Ali Al-Tamimi”
The following article from the 2001 sheds some light: Ali Timimi was formerly with QSS - and as was observed about him - he had a craving for being known and wanting to be heard. His commitments to the Innovators of lANA led to him to lend ear to the doctrines of the Qutubiyyah and neo-Bannaawiyyah, as a result of which he became affected and poisoned by their concepts. The da'wah of Sayyid Qutb, Hassan al-Banna and Mohammad Qutb entered into his mind through the route of the writings and doctrines of Safar al-Hawali and Abdur-Rahman Abdul-Khaliq, which were essentially the doctrines of Sayyid Qutb and Hassan al-Banna. He remained a Closet Qutubi through 1995 until around 1999 when he became more vocal in his doctrines - openly proclaiming his true orientations and openly vilifying the manbaj of the Salaf and the generality of the Salafi Mashayikh.
Shaikh Abdul Azīz Bin Bāz gave the order to the Minister of the Interior - on behalf of the Committee of Senior Scholars - that if Safar and Salmaan did not stop from what they were doing, as had been requested from
them, then they should be "prevented from lectures, conferences, giving sermons, lessons and recordings [of their talks and lectures etc.] - as a protection of the society from their mistakes - may Allaah guide them both and in spire them both towards their guidance - and the Committee of Senior Scholars has reques ted me toconvey its opinion to you." This is in a letter dated 3/4/ 1414H to Nayef bin Abdul Azīz, the Minister of the Interior.
The New York Times’ Judith Shulevitz writes:
Anyone who doubts that literary critics can play a part on the bloody stage of history should consider the example of Sayyid Qutb. Qutb, born in Egypt in 1906 and university educated, was a Western-style literary critic until he devoted himself to Islam after spending two years in the United States, exposed to what he viewed as our decadence. He died in 1966, when he was hanged along with other Muslim radicals by the government of Gamal Abdel Nasser. Qutb’s books of hard-line political theology have had a direct influence on the Saudi Arabian Muslim opposition; the Islamic Salvation Front in Algeria; the Palestinian group Hamas; the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Jordan, Iraq and Lebanon; Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, the Egyptian cleric jailed for several thwarted terrorist plots and linked to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing; and the Iranian writer Ali Shariati, who helped foster the Islamic revolution in Iran. Judith Shulevitz, Some ideas demand rebuttal, The New York Times, 21st October 2001.
“Today, we are in Jaahiliyyah, like that which was prevalent at the dawn of Islām, in fact more severe. Everything around us is Jaahiliyyah…” Ma’aalim fit-Tareeq (Milestones) p. 21, 17th edition, 1991. (Translation: Salafi Publications)
“Islām must necessarily rule,” stated Qutb, “because it is a unique, constructive and positive creed perfectly moulded from Christianity and Communism together, comprised of both of their objectives, adding to their balance, harmony and justice.” Sayyid Qutb, Ma'arakatul-Islām wa al-Ra's Maaliyyah p.21 (Al-Madkhali, Shaykh Rabee’ bin Haadi, Al-‘Awaasim mimmaa fi Kutub Sayyid Qutb min al-Qawaasim, p.20, Maktabatul-Furqaan, 2001.)
Abdullah Azzam, Bin Laden’s mentor, was also no stranger to the radical ideology of Sayyid Qutb. Azzam remarked: “Those who went to fight in Afghanistan realize the profound effect Sayyid Qutb’s thought had upon the Islāmic jihaad and the generations that would proceed. Some of the fighters would not request clothes, even if they were naked, nor would they request food, even if they were hungry, nor would they request a weapon, even if they were weaponless; but they would request Sayyid Qutb’s books from you.” ‘Abdullah ‘Azzam, ‘Ishroona ‘Aaman ‘ala ash-Shahaadah: Sayyid Qutb, Chpt. 5.