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PostSubject: The Meaning of Taaghoot   Mon May 12, 2008 11:07 am

Shaykh 'Abdur-Rahmaan Ibn Hasan (d.1258H)

Fathul-Majeed li-Sharh Kitaabit-Tawheed 1/84-90
The Meaning of Taaghoot


The statement of Allaah - the Most High:

"And to every nation We sent Messengers, ordering them that they should worship Allaah alone, obey Him, and make their worship purely for Him; and that they should avoid at-Taaghoot." [Sooratun-Nahl 16:36]

And at-taaghoot is from the word at-tughyaan, which means: going beyond the limits.

'Umar Ibnul-Khattaab (radi-Allaahu 'anhu) said:

"The taaghoot is Shaytaan." [Related by at-Tabaree in Jaami'ul-Bayaan 'an-Ta'weelil-Qur'aan (no. 5834), al-Haafidh Ibn Hajr said in Fathul-Baaree (8/251), "Its chain of narrators is strong."]

Jaabir (radi-Allaahu 'anhu) said:

"The taaghoots are the soothsayers and fortune-tellers upon whom the devils descend." [Related by at-Tabaree in his Tafseer (no. 5845)]

Imaam Maalik (d.179H) - rahimahullaah - said:

"Taaghoot is that which is worshipped besides Allaah." [Related by as-Suyootee in ad-Durarul-Manthoor (2/22), by way of Ibn Abee Haatim]

So this is what has been mentioned by certain people. However, Imaam Ibnul-Qayyim - rahimahullaahu ta'aalaa - has given a very comprehensive definition, so he said,

"The taaghoot is all that which causes the person to exceed the limits with regards to that which is worshipped, followed, or obeyed. So the taaghoot in any nation is whosoever turns to other than Allaah and His Messenger for matters of judgement; or is pleased to be worshipped besides Allaah; or is followed without a clear proof from Allaah; or is obeyed in that which is known to be disobedience to Allaah." [I'laamul-Muwaqqi'een (1/53)]

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PostSubject: obedience to the rulers and scholars in istihlal   Mon May 12, 2008 11:09 am

Obedience to the rulers and scholars in making the lawful to be unlawful and the unlawful to be lawful

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Tayseer al-Azeer al-Hameed (p.553-554)


“And as for his (i.e. Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab’s) saying (as quoted in Fath ul-Majeed p.342 by Shaikh Abdur-Rahmaan bin Hasan Aal ash-Shaikh, under the chapter of obedience to the rulers and scholars in making the lawful to be unlawful and the unlawful to be lawful), “And worshipping the rabbis (ahbaar, scholars, learned ones), this is knowledge (ilm) and understanding (fiqh)”.

Meaning, this is what they call today, ilm and fiqh, that which has been authored upon the madhhabs of the Imaams and what is similar to that. So they obey them (i.e. their scholars) in everything that they (the ahbaar) follow him (i.e. one of their scholars), regardless of whether it agrees with the judgement of Allaah or not. Rather, they are not even concerned with what this opposes from the Book and the Sunnah, rather they reject the words of Allaah, and the words of His Messenger, with the sayings of those whom they blindly follow. And they make it clear (yusarrihoon) that it is not lawful to act by a Book and nor a Sunnah, and that is is not permissible to acquire knowledge from them both, and that the ilm, fiqh, and hudaa (guidance) is actually what they find in their books. Rather, greater than all of this and more calamitous than this is the accusation made by many of them that the words of Allaah and the words of His Messenger do not amount to knowledge and nor certainty in the topic of knowing the Names of Allaah, His Attributes, and His Tawheed, and they call it “the apparent meanings of the words”, and then they call what the Philosophers, the Mushriks have devised, “intellectual certainties”, and then they put this before whatever has come from Allaah in the topic of the Names, Attributes and Tawheed. Then they accuse anyone who leaves obedience to the priests and rabbis (i.e. their heads and chiefs) and goes to the obedience of the Lord of the Worlds, obedience to His Messenger, and to judging by what Allaah has revealed in the issues of dispute, [they accuse them] with bid’ah (innovation) or kufr (or disbelief).”

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PostSubject: Re: The Meaning of Taaghoot   Mon May 12, 2008 7:22 pm

Is abdul aziz aal ash shaikh family of sulaymaan aal ash shaikh?

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PostSubject: Re: The Meaning of Taaghoot   Tue May 13, 2008 1:59 pm

Admin wrote:
Is abdul aziz aal ash shaikh family of sulaymaan aal ash shaikh?

I don't know, sorry.
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