Callers to Innovation in the West
A warning against ‘Callers to Innovation in the West’ and a refutation of cooperation with Ahl al-Bidʿah from The 5th National Daʿwah Conference in Birmingham (2001).
Muḥammad Ibn Bundaar al-Jarjaanee said to Imām Aḥmad: "Verily it is hard for me to say: So-and-so is like this, and so-and-so is like that." So Aḥmad said to him: "If I remained quiet and you remained quiet then when will the ignorant man come to know the Ṣaḥīḥ (authentic) from the saqīm (weak)?" Majmūʿ al-Fatāwá (28/231) and Sharḥ ’Ilalut-Tirmidhī (1/350)
From the topics discussed:
- Jamāl Zarabozo’s call to Revolt in ‘The Friday Prayer’, his criticism of Imām al-Albānī and his alliance with Ahlul-Bid’ah quoting the response of al-‘Allammah Muḥammad Ibn ʿAbd al-Wahhab al-Banná́.
- Questions regarding Abū Muflisah al-Ḥizbī are asked and the audience is informed of his worsening condition after the initial refutation of him delivered by the Imām Rabīʿ al-Sunnah al-Madkhalī.
- ʿAbd al-Raheem Green, his cooperation with deviated organizations and his lack of knowledge.
- Abū Aliyyah and his Islamic Network of Ḥizbiyyah. A clarification of the Manhaj of the global-ḥizb named Jam'iyyah Ahlul-Ḥadīth.
- Suhayb Ḥasan, ʿAbd al-Hādī and Hafidhullāh Khān, the three figureheads of Markaz Jam'iyyah Ahlul-Ḥadīth in England.
- Al-Muntadaa al-Islāmee – The Qutbee network that collaborates with IANA and other organizations to spread ‘global-quṭbiyyah.’
- Yasir Qadhi and his chameleon acts revealed.
- Bilāl Philips, his disassociation with the Salafīs, his cooperation with Al-Muntadaa al-Islāmee and other Ikhwānī strongholds.