Bismillaah wa -Alhumdulillaah wa Salaatu wa Salaam ‘alaa Rasulullaah ‘amma ba’d
The Noble Shaykh ‘Adil as-Sayyid (May Allaah Preserve Him), from the mashayikh of Egypt, delivered a beautiful LIVE Telelink Lecture with Muwahhideen Publications. The Shaykh brought some of the reasons for oppressive rulers over the muslimeen as a punishment or test from Allaah, then he expounds on the method of change that begins with the society first in order to deserve better rulers and/or Governments.
Beginning with Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and now Syria, the Muslim lands have become riddled with the fitnah of revolution, an adopted method of change that has never been part of Islaam. This disease has become a pandemic in the hearts and minds of the Muslimeen, who have resorted to demonstrations, protests and revolting against the Muslim ruler, all of which are impermissible according to the pristine shari’ah (Islaamiclegislation). Many have been fooled into the illusion of change through these so called “democratic” methods, that are not even tolerated in the west. The affairs attached to this sickness of revolution which was introduced into Islaam by the early deviant groups, such as the khawarij (those who seperated from the sahabah and revolted against the 3rd Caliph of Islaam, ‘Uthmaan ibn Affan, may Allaah be pleased with him), have now become the accepted way amongst the Muslims, and undoubtedly benefits none but the enemies of Islaam. May Allaah rectify the Muslim lands from this disease and return us all to the Quraan and Sunnah upon the understanding of the righteous predecessors. Shaykh ‘Adil as-Sayyid (May Allaah preserve him), who is in the middle of this calamity in Egypt and who has defended the position of Ahl Sunnah (The People of Sunnah) clarified this very important issue to us on Wednesday 9th May, 2012 at inshaaAllaah ta’alaa.
[Tele-link conducted with Shaykh 'Adil as-Sayyid (hafidhahullaah) and the brothers at Mpubs on May 9th 2012]
- Shaykh Hasan ibn AbdulWahhab al-Banna recommends Shaykh Tal’at Zahran, Shaykh ‘Adil as-Sayyid and Shaykh ‘Ali Waseefi