SHAIKH MUHAMMAD AMAAN AL - JAAMEE - rahimahullaah - said in answer to the question:
"Noble Shaikh, a man who
fell into many innovations - such as the saying that "the Qur’aan was ‘made’ by Allah - not made by man". And who says that Moosaa was the example of a man who was of excitable and emotional nature..."
The Shaikh said: "Halt at the first question, - what did he say: "Excitable?" - "The first question: Is it permissible to say that the Qur’aan was made by Allah and not by man. This is very serious speech, it will confuse the innocent/naive folk. Since a simple student, if he hears that the Qur’aan is made by Allah - then he will understand that what is being spoken of is the Word of Allah. So the word ‘made’ (Sun’) means that it is made and created by Allah - Allah made it and made all of the creation, and is the Creator of all of the creation - and that He is the One Who made, i.e. created the Qur’aan.
This is Kufr in Allah, since the Qur’aan is not made - rather it is the speech of Allah. Allah - the Most High - says:
"And if any of the Mushriks seek your protection, O Muhammad, then grant him your protection so that he may hear the Speech of Allah - which you recite to him" [at-Tawbah:6]
So the Speech which the Mushriks and other than the Mushriks heard form Allah Messenger, sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa salaam, is this Qur’aan - what is between the two covers of the Mushaf. So the saying that the Qur’aan is made by Allah is a great mistake and is misleading for the people.
And he says that Moosaa is an example of an emotional and excitable man by nature - Moosaa - Who? The one whom Allah spoke to directly, one of the Messengers, one of the most prominent Messengers of firm resolve - slighting them is Kufr and Apostasy. Whoever slights a single Prophet has slighted all of the Prophets and committed Kufr, and whoever denies the Messengership of a single Messenger or the Prophethood of a single Prophet - then he committed Kufr; since disbelieving in a single one of them is to disbelieve in them all. This is the speech of the secularists who give no value to Allah or the Messenger of Allah, or the Books of Allah.
If this speech is written in books then the questioner should - after completing these questions referring to devilish things - he should mention to us that book so the we can warn about it. That is the second question, read what comes after it. ....(it is read)...
The second question from the questions about these insolent sayings is: He says that the person holds that saying of Wahdatul - Wujood.
Do you know the meaning of ‘Wahdatul -
Wujood’? If all of those present were students of knowledge then we would not need to explain ‘Wahdatul - Wujood’. But this sound [i.e. the microphone, etc.] may reach those who do not know the meaning of ‘Wahdatul - Wujood’, we have to explain the meaning of ‘Wahdatul - Wujood’. The meaning of ‘Wahdatul - Wujood’ is that all existence is a single essence - i.e. it is not to be said: Creator and creation, Lord and those He is Lord over, all in existence is a single essence - all in existence is one. This was the religion of Ibn ‘Arabee at-Taa-ee - not the well known Ibn Arabee who was from Ahlus-Sunnah, insha’Allah and from the scholars of the Maalikees. But rather, Ibn ‘Arabee the evil one - the disavowed nobody - who came - as Shaikhul - Islaam said - with Unbelief which the Unbelievers of Quraish did not bring, since he claimed he was Allah - one and the same, and that all existence is a single thing. He Creator and the creation are the same - this is ‘Wahdatul - Wujood’. Whoever believes in ‘Wahdatul - Wujood’ is an Apostate even if he wears is flowing robe. Yes, read that which comes after ....
And the questioned mentions that the writer makes accusations against ‘Uthmaan - radiyallaahu ‘anhu -, so perhaps he has the poison of the Shee’ah - and this is a lesser disease compared to what has preceded and to what is known from him - he has mentioned the writer and mentioned the name of the book; and the questioner says that he attacks ‘Uthmaan many times in his book ‘al-‘Adaalah al-Ijtimaa’iyyah’ *
[pp. 141, 142, 155, 159, 160, 161, 163, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176 : 9th edition, 1403H, Daarush - Shurooq.]