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Silsilah Ahadeeth As-Saheehah of Shaykh Al-Albaani


Chapters of Tawheed and the Shahadatayn

Part 8

24-The Return of Shirk and Islaam is wiped out after becoming Apparent

1- 'Night and day will not pass away until al-Laat and al 'Uzzaa are worshipped." So 'Ayesha said: O Messenger of Allaah! I thought that when Allaah sent down: <<It is He who has sent His Messenger with guidance and the religion of truth, that He may make it prevail over all other religions, no matter how much the disbelievers detest it.>> that it would be complete. He sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam said: "There will be of that what Allaah wishes.'

87- "Islaam will become unknown like a garment is worn out due to constant washing, until fasting, prayer, nor the rituals of Hajj, nor charity are known. The Book of Allaah Azza wa Jal will be taken up in one night, and not even an Ayaah will remain on the earth. There will remain a group of people, (an old man and an old woman), who will say: We found our forefathers on this statement: 'La illa ill Allaah' so we also say it."


Narrated by Ibn Majah (4049) and Hakim (4/473) from the way of Abu Muwaaawiyah on the authority of Abu Maalik al-Ashjaa'ee on the authority of Rab'aee bin Harrash on the authority of Hudayfah bin al-Yaaman marfoo'an with him, and he had extra wording: "Silaah bin Zafr said to Hudayfah: 'What will 'La illa ill Allaah' Benefit them if they don't know what is prayer nor fasting, nor the rituals of Hajj nor charity? ' Hudayfah turned away from him, but he repeated this to Hudayfah three times, and Hudayfah would turn away from him every time, then Hudyafah turned towards him on the third time and said: 'O Silaah! It will save them from the fire.' And he said this three times.'

From the benefits of this hadeeth:

There is some dangerous information in this hadeeth, which is that there will come a day upon Islaam, where its traces will be wiped out. And a day upon which the Qur'aan will be raised, and nothing will remain of it, not even one Ayaah will remain.

This will not happen absolutely, except after Islaam will colonize/control all over the planet earth, and Allaah's word will be high. As is clearly mentioned in the text of the saying of Allaah Tabaraka wa Ta'ala: << It is He Who has sent His Messenger with guidance and the religion of truth, to make it superior over all religions >> and as is explained by the Messenger of Allaah - sallAllaahu
alayhi wa sallam – in many Ahadeeth.

The Noble Qur'aan will not be raised at the end of time except as a preparation for the establishment of the last hour upon the most evil ones of creation. They will not know anything of Islaam whatsoever, not even the Tawheed of Allaah Ta'ala.

There is also an indication in the hadeeth to the greatness of the Qur'aan. It being present amongst the Muslims is the reason for their Deen to remain and its structure to be well solid and stable. Which can only occur by studying the Qur'aan and pondering over it and understanding it. That is why you should make a contract with Allaah to memorize it, until Allaah permits it to be taken up.

So, how greatly misguided are some of the blind followers, who hold the opinion that the Deen is preserved by the four schools of thought (Madhaaib), and that there is no harm upon the Muslims if their Qur'aan was lost, if this were to happen!!


25 - From the Aspects of Shirk

331- "Indeed Ruqya, amulets and Tiwalah (a form of magic) are Shirk."


Ruqya - here it means, what is used to seek refuge with the Jinn, or something which is used but its meaning is not understood. Similar to how some of the non-Arab religious people write some words on their books like 'Ya Kabeej' to protect their books from woodworm, as they claim.

Amulets – these were originally taken from gems which the Arabs used to tie on the head of the new born baby to protect it from the evil eye. Then they extended this to all forms of seeking refuge.

I say: And from this practice is what some of the people do, when they attach a horse shoe to the door of the house, or at the front of their place!

Some drivers attach a shoe to the front of their car or to the back of it, or a blue gem on the car mirror, which will be in front of the driver from the inside of the car. They do all of this because of the evil eye, as they claim.

Do amulets include those types which some people attach upon their children or upon themselves, if it is from the Qur'aan or supplications which are established on the Prophet - sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam. Here the Salaf have two opinions, I hold that the stronger opinion is the impermissibility of such things, as I have illustrated in the notes to 'al-kalimat - Tayyib' by Shaykh ul-Islaam Ibn Taymeeyah.

Tiwalah is a type of magic and things which a woman uses to cause her husband to love her. Ibn al-Atheer said: 'It was classified as Shirk, due to their belief that it has the ability to affect the person and it opposes that which Allaah Ta'ala has destined.'

All Praise belongs to Allaah, may His peace and blessings be upon our final Prophet Muhammad, his family, his companions and all those who follow his guidance.

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