Fundamental Shi’ite Beliefs
Abdullah b. Muhammad as-Salafi  
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Fundamental Shi’ite Beliefs
     Fundamental Shi’ite Beliefs
     Foreword of Sheik Abdul-Aziz b. Abdullah b. Baz, may Allah have mercy on him
     Introduction
     When did the Shi’ite Sect First Appear?
     Why are Shi’tes Called ‘Rejectionists’?
     How Many Shi’ite Sects are there?
     The Belief of Al-Bada’ which the Rafidhah believe in
     What is the Belief of the Rawafidh in relation to the Attributes of Allah
     What is the Belief of the Rawaafidh in relation to the Qur’an that we have today?
     What is the Belief of the Raafidhah in relation to the Companions of the Prophet ?
     Common Traits between Jews and Raafidhah
     What is the Belief of the Rafidhah in relation their Imams?
     What is the reality behind the belief of ‘Ar-Raj’ah’ that the Raafidhah believe in?
     What is the reality behind the belief of ‘At-Tuqyah’ that the Raafidhah believe in?
     What is the reality behind the belief of ‘At-Teenah’ that the Raafidhah believe in?
     What is the belief of the Raafidhah in relation to Sunni Muslims
     What is the belief of the Raafidhah in relation to Mut’ah and what is its virtue?
     What is the belief of the Raafidhah in relation to an-Najaf and Karbala? What is the merit of visiting these places according to them?
     What is the difference between Sunni Muslims and Shi’ites
     What is the belief of the Shi’ites in relation to Aashoora and what is its merit according to them?
     What is the belief of the Shi’ites in relation to the Bai’at (Pledge of Allegiance)?
     What is the ruling of overlooking the differences between Sunni Muslims and Polytheist Raafidhah?
     What have the Pious Predecessors said about the Raafdihah?
     Surat al-Wilayah
     The Alleged Tablet of Fatimah
     Du’aa Sanamai Quraish (i.e. the two idols of Quraish)What is meant is Abu Bakr and Umar?
     Conclusion
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Common Traits between Jews and Raafidhah

Sheik al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah, may Allah have mercy on him, said: ‘The sign of this is that the ordeal of the Raafidhah is similar to that of the Jews. The Jews said kingship can only be in the family of Dawood and the Raafidhah said that Imamate can only be from the children of Ali.’

The Jews said: ‘There can be no Jihad in the path of Allah until the Pseudo-Christ emerges forth and the command to fight is given. The Raafidhah said: ‘There is no Jihad in the path of Allah until the Mahdi emerges and a caller calls from the heavens to fight.’

The Jews delay their prayers till the stars are ablaze at night and the Raafidhah delay the Maghrib prayer till that time at night. The Prophet (r) said:

“My Ummah will be in a state of good affairs as long as they do not delay the Maghrib prayer till the stars are ablaze at night.”          (Ahmed, Abu Dawood and Ibn Majah - Hasan)

The Jews distorted the Torah, as did the Raafidhah with the Qur’an. The Jews do not see it lawful to wipe over the socks during ablution, as is the belief of the Raafidhah.

The Jews despise Jibreel, and they say: ‘He is our enemy from amongst the Angels.’ The Raafidhah say: ‘Jibreel made a mistake in giving the Wahi (revelation) to Prophet Muhammad.’[1]

The Raafidhah also agreed with the Christians in relation to the dowry; they do not give their wives dowry, for the Raafidhah believe in temporary marriages and see it as lawful.

The Jews and Christians are better than the Raafidhah, for when the Jews were asked who the best of all Jews were, they replied ‘the companions of Musa’ and when the Christians were asked who the best of all Christians were, they said the companions of Jesus. And when the Raafidhah were asked who the worst amongst them were, they said the Companions of Prophet Muhammad.[2]

The Jews divide people into two categories, Jews and other nations. The other nations include anyone who is not a Jew. The Jews believe that they themselves are the believers. As for other nations, they believe them to be polytheists, disbelievers who know nothing about Allah. It is mentioned in the Talmud: ‘All nations other than the Jews are polytheists’. Their Rabbis inculcate this teaching among the Jews. Jesus himself was not safe from their treachery. In the Talmud it is mentioned that Jesus was a ‘disbeliever who knew nothing about Allah.’

The Raafidhah believe themselves to be the only believers; all other groups other than them are non-Muslim, who have apostatized and have no share in Islam. The reason the Raafidhah impute disbelief to other Muslims is that they do not recognize the Wilayah (guardianship/power) of their Imams. The Raafidhah consider this to be a pillar of Islam. According to them, a Muslim who does not believe in Wilayah is a non-believer, similar to a Muslim who disbelieves in the Testimony of Faith and prayers. The Wilayah is given priority over all the pillars of Islam.

Al-Burqi narrated that Abu Abdullah said: ‘There is no true believer except us and our Shi’ite brethren, and all other people are not true believers.’

In the exegesis of al-Qummi it is narrated that Abu Abdullah said: ‘There is no one on the religion of Islam except us until the Day of Resurrection.’[3]


 



[1] There is a group of Raafidhah who claim that Jibreel was treacherous in delivering the Message and gave it to Muhammad instead. Ali was more righteous than the Prophet in this regard! Dear Muslim look at this flagrant lie, Allah says: ‘The Trustworthy Spirit [i.e., Gabriel] has brought it down’ what do you say about this belief my dear Muslim?

[2] Minhaj as-Sunnah for Sheik Islam b. Taymiyyah 1/24.

[3] Badthlol Majhood fe Moshabahtil Rafidhah bil Yahood for Abdullah al-Jamili 2/599 and 568.


 
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