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  The Understanding of Tabarruk with Ahl us-Sunnah
Author: Salih bin `Abdul-`Aziz bin Muhammad Aal ash-Shaikh
Source: Hadhihi Mafahimuna (Eng trans. and additions by Abu Iyad)
Article ID : TAW040001  [31710]  
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Tabarruk is through acting upon the Book and the Sunnah and this is the type of barakah that remains extant today. As for barakah through the remnants of the Messenger (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) (i.e. hair etc.) then whoever claims to be in possession of any artefact needs an isnaad to prove that it is indeed so, since this is an arena where shirk can quite easily be committed. However the certainty of proving this has diminished over time. Nevertheless, the Salaf affirm this type of tabarruk and that the Prophets and Messengers have the barakah of the physical essence and that with respect to the Final Messenger, Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) , the Companions used to make tabarruk through his physical essence.

Every Muslim has barakah to the extent that he or she practises Islaam and follows the Book and the Sunnah. Also to the extent that a Muslim teaches others and brings about benefit by what he or she has learnt. And this is the way of Ahl us-Sunnah, that they learn the religion and teach it to others and they rely upon this as a means of attaining barakah, as opposed to the heretics whose way and method is other than this.

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