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Ruling By Other Than What Allaah Has Revealed
  Imaam Ibn Baaz on Tabdeel and Kufr Doona Kufr
Source: Hiwaar Hawla Masaa’il it-Takfeer Ma’a Allaamah ash-Shaikh Abdul-Azeez Ibn Baaz
Article ID : MNJ050016  [22425]  
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This quotation from Imaam Ibn Baaz needs no further comment, save that this is what we hold as our religion before Allaah - holding that, not to support the New World Order - as we have been slandered with - and may Allaah bring the criminals to justice - but because it is the strongest viewpoint, in light of all the evidences and Sharee'ah principles, and because holding on to other than this viewpoint necessitates performing takfeer of the Innovators who make tabdeel of the deen of Allaah, let alone the subscribers to the four madhhabs amongst the Muqallidah.

For more quotations from Imaam Ibn Baaz on this topic, refer to the Anbari Papers Part 3.


[1] Stated by Ali Timimi in one of his past outbursts on the Internet.

[2] Such as Abu Zubair al-Azzami, who readily admits his crime against the Noble Imaam Al-Albani, and who then proceeds to refute the Noble Imaam's students with his pseudo-scholarship and lies.

[3] This particular individual has now decided to preach the categorisation of Ibn al-Qayyim – and which his followers and partners promote about him (trying to hide the fact that they promoted this bid’ah that was vilified by the Imaams of the Era). What is even more disturbing is that his sidekick, Idris Palmer, in his typical flawed style, then proceeds to make such a pathetic and ridiculous defence of his partner – being nothing short of a pusillanimous blunder, saying, after he was faced with Ali Timimi’s promotion of this innovation:

"To which I say, go back to the tapes and quote Ali verbatim. It will be apparent that neither he said al-Haakimiyyah is the fourth category or that Ibn Baz said so. The declaration states as follows (and I quote):

The tawhid of Allah is achieved by:

  • Believing in Allah's Oneness in His Lordship (Rububiyah) by singling [Him] out in [His] Sovereignty, Creation, and Dominion.
  • Believing that He alone is to be worshipped and purifying all worship to Him in all its forms.
  • Believing in the Uniqueness of His Names and Attributes, by describing Him as He described Himself and as His Messenger e described Him, without tashbih, ta'til, takyif, tahrif, ta'wil, or tajhil; and by believing Him in all what He has informed, that it is really and truly as how He informed, in general in those passages that are general and in specific in those passages that are specific.
  • Singling out Allah in [His] Sovereignty (hakimiyah) by placing forward Allah's Judgment and that of His Messenger and [by placing forward] obedience to Allah and to His Messenger over the obedience shown to anyone else and judgment given by anyone else. It is impermissible for anyone to step outside of that. Allah-ta'ala-has said:

    Judgement belongs only to Allah. (12:40)

    And: And He associates in His rule no one. (18:62)

    And: But no, by the Lord! they will not believe till they make you the judge regarding the disagreement between them. (4:65).

    'Allama Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Al al-Shaikh-may Allah be merciful with him-has said in his work, Tahkim al-Qawanin (Judging to Laws): To judge to the sharia [alone] and nothing else is the twin half of worshipping Allah [alone] and no one else.

    While 'Allama al-Shinqiti-May Allah be merciful with him-has said: To commit shirk with Allah in judging is of the same meaning as to commit shirk in His worship, there is no difference between the two in any manner. There is no difference in any sense between he who follows a system (nizam) other than Allah's system or law other than Allah's law (sharia) and he who worships an idol or prostrates to a false god. They are the same and both are polytheists [associating others] with Allah. (Adwa' al-Bayan, 7:162)

The authors of the declaration mentioned four distinct matters and Ibn Baz approved. No one has said Tawhid is to be divided into 2, 3, 4 or 40 categories! And as brother Abuz-Zubair has shown, Ali normally teaches Tawhid as two categories tawhid in belief and tawhid in deed." End of Idris Palmer’s defence.

Now, isn’t it amazing that Idris Palmer was the one who promoted the book financed by the Jahmi Zindeeq, Saqqaaf, which accused some of the students of Imaam al-Albani of being thieves and misquoting and clipping and distorting materials.

And here he is, quoting what was read out by his partner, up until the point that he actually does speak of 4 categories of Tawheed, conveniently omitting this part, (refer to what has been quoted above in the introduction in point [3] - this paragraph occurs immediately after where Idris Palmer, finished quoting!!!). This is a calamity indeed…

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