Muhammad al-Sayed Muhammad
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All praise is due to Allah, Lord of the Worlds, Maker of the heavens and earth, Bringer of darknesses and Light. I bear witness that there is none worthy of worship beside Allah, Alone, Who is without partner, and I bear witness that Muhammad, salla Allahu alaihi wa sallam (sws: peace and blessings be upon him), is His slave and messenger. Oh Allah, praise, extol, and bless Prophet Muhammad, the Seal of the Prophets and Messengers. Oh Allah, praise, extol, and bless the pure and righteous members of his household, his noble companions, and those who align themselves with his guidance, follow his way, and walk in his footsteps until the Day of Judgment.
Long ago, there emerged a sect distinguishing between Prophet Muhammad’s (sws) wives and the members of his family. In fact, they attacked them and slandered them, besides declaring them disbelievers, as they also did to the Prophet’s (sws) Companions, in addition to their many other false beliefs, the likes of which no Jew, Christian, or other adherent of false beliefs would deign to accept. This sect of which we speak—the Shia (the Partisans of Ali and those of their kind)—believe that their Scripture (the Holy Quran) which they admit and confess descended upon Prophet Muhammad (sws) through revelation from above has been changed. And this is only the beginning.
The sect to which we refer—the Shia and those like them—are also called the Twelvers.
This brief, concise presentation of my research will—Allah willing—address some of the erroneous beliefs and false claims of this sect, it will clarify why they are incorrect and it will provide an unequivocal refutation of them.
Before the reader begins to read this research, we would ask that he rid himself before Allah Almighty of any fanaticism, partisanship, or nationalism…this before all else. He should not let his reading of this research be that of vilification, fault-finding and discrediting because that is no benefit, and he will take truth to be falsehood without examining it critically or contemplating it.
Therefore, the reader should proceed as a seeker of truth who wishes only to follow it and to propagate it, not to discredit it and lead others away from it.
Let the esteemed reader remember the Bounty of Allah Almighty upon him that He set the truth before his eyes to think upon it and contemplate it. He did not keep it hidden.
We ask Allah (Glorious & Exalted) to give our words effect and to guide through us the hearts of His slaves, so that when they read this, it will really hit their hearts, so that they will respond and benefit from it.
We ask Him (Mighty & Sublime) to grant us acceptance in this world and the Next, to guide us and guide others through us and make us a cause of their guidance, for He (Glorious & Exalted) is the Only One with the Authority over that and the Only One Capable of it.
Table of Contents
The founder of the Shia sect and the beginnings of its emergence
Shia beliefs about Allah the Creator and why these are incorrect
Shia beliefs about the Angels and why these beliefs are incorrect
Shia beliefs about the Holy Quran and why these are incorrect
Examples of things ascribed to Prophet Muhammad (sws) and believed about him and why these claims and beliefs are both reprehensible and incorrect
The Shia belief about the wives of Prophet Muhammad (sws) and why it is incorrect
The Shia belief about the companions of Prophet Muhammad (sws) and why it is incorrect
The Shia belief about drawing near to Allah Almighty by insulting and cursing honorable members of the Prophet’s (sws) household and why it is incorrect
The Shia beliefs about the Imams and the Doctrine of Bada’ (New Decision), and why these are incorrect
The Shia beliefs about Succession and Revelation after the prophet Muhammad (sws), and why these are incorrect
The Shia belief in Raja’ (Resurrection), a brief refutation of this claim and an explanation of why it is incorrect
The Shia position on graves, and therefore, association of partners with Allah Almighty
The Shia’s glorification of those in the graves, seeking help from them, and taking them as intercessors with Allah Almighty
The Shia and their (illegitimate) seeking of blessing, plus their belief that others besides Allah can benefit them
Practical examples of the heretical beliefs of the Shia
Religious rituals of the Shia
The Doctrine of the Clay in which the Shia believe, a brief refutation of it and an explanation of why it is incorrect
The Shia belief about Karbala, and why it is incorrect
The Shia belief about the Mahdi
What the Shia Mahdi will supposedly do, with refutation Dire warnings about the Shia belief in the Imamate, in general, and the twelfth Imam whose emergence from hiding is awaited, in particular The Mahdi according to the followers of Prophet Muhammad’s (sws) Sunnah
Shia beliefs, summarized
The Shia and the legalization of prostitution (muta’ marriage), with refutation
The Shia belief about Khums (the official share of the spoils of war), and why it is incorrect
Contradictions about the Shia (and those of their ilk)
Similarities between the Shia and the Jews and the Shia and the Christians
How the Jews and Christians are better than the Shia
Those Allah Almighty has guided to the Way of the Best of all People, Muhammad (sws) and the followers of Ahl ul-Sunnah
Doubts and misconceptions stirred up by the Shia, with brief refutation
Falsehood and its many faces, and how they ally with one another
A letter from the adherents of the Sunnah of the beloved, Prophet Muhammad (sws), to the Shia