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Thursday, 19 December 2013
15. Safar 1435
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An Advise to Mushabbihah, Wahhabis, and Hizb Ikhwan: Beware of Taking the Mutashabih Qur'an Verses literally. That's what led you to Tashbeeh and Tajseem. See more details in English: http://alsunna.org/The-Quran-Verses-Muhkamat-ayat-Mutashabihat-ayat.html See more details in Arabic: http://www.alsunna.org/tfsyr-bedd-aalaayaat-aalmtshaabhaat-baalmHkmaat.html
There are some people who misinterpret a sahih hadith related by Abu Dawud: "كل بدعة ضلالة" which means: "Most innovations are innovations of misguidance." Those who are misguided interpret the word (kul) as `every' and thus claim this hadith means: "Every innovation is an innovation of misguidance. Their claim is unfounded for two reasons. Linguistically, this hadith is similar to the hadith related by al-Bayhaqiyy: "كل عين زانية" Which clearly does not mean: "Every eye gazes the look of the adulterer;" rather, "Most people are guilty of the forbidden look." The person blind since birth would surely not have the forbidden look, and it is known the Prophets would never commit such an abject sin. The word "كل" (kul) as used in both hadiths refers to `most,' although it can mean "every" it does not mean this in all cases.
Prophet Adam (the first Prophet peace be upon him) was the one who taught the people the name "Allah". He taught all languages, without him how would we have known all these words and names? Without him how would we have known how to bake or plant or harvest and prepare it as food, he taught all of this (Alayhis-Salam). آدمُ هوَ الذي عَلّم النَّاسَ اسمَ الله، واللّغات كُلّها هو عَلَّمَها لولا آدمُ مِن أينَ نَعرف هذه اللّغاتِ، ولَولا آدمُ مِن أينَ نَعرِف كيفَ نَعمَلُ طَريقَةَ خَبزِ الخُبز، ما نَعرفُ، ولا نَعرِفُ كيفَ تُزرَعُ الحِنطةُ وتُحصَدُ ويُتّخَذُ منها أكلٌ، ما كُنّا نَعرفُ، هوَ عَلَّمَنا.