Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Allah (swt) Is A Dog, Monkey, Pig And Impurity...(Astaghfirullah)

Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem, may the Peace and Blessings of Allah (swt) be upon Muhammad (saw) and his pure family (a.s).

A linguistic meaning of the root of an attribute of Allah (swt) does not mean it is derived from or shares in a manifestation of that word. It is making Tashbeeh (closeness), or rather, it is to believe that the attributes of Allah (swt) are like the attributes of the creation and vice versa.

فَاطِرُ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضِ ۚ جَعَلَ لَكُمْ مِنْ أَنْفُسِكُمْ أَزْوَاجًا وَمِنَ الْأَنْعَامِ أَزْوَاجًا ۖ يَذْرَؤُكُمْ فِيهِ ۚ لَيْسَ كَمِثْلِهِ شَيْءٌ ۖ وَهُوَ السَّمِيعُ الْبَصِيرُ 

Allah (swt) says;  "[He is] Creator of the heavens and the earth. He has made for you from yourselves, mates, and among the cattle, mates; He multiplies you thereby. There is nothing like unto Him, and He is the Hearing, the Seeing." 

Holy Qur'aan {42:11}

This Mutlaq (unrestricted) and Amm (general) statement includes the Rahm (womb) of the creation. Amr (command/decree) is an act from Allah (swt), but the result of Amr (command) is not Allah (swt), rather the result of this Amr is Makhlooq (creatures), or in other cases, the particular af'aal (act) related to the specific Amr (command). Hence, when Allah (swt) says, "Be" and there is a result, this does not mean that He becomes that thing or is a part of it. Rather, he is the Ultimate Origin and Initiator of the object or act.

The Rahm (womb) wherein a baby grows is a nurturing place. It is pure, protective, sustaining and nourishing for the baby. Similarly, for the whole of the makhlooq (creatures), particularly those with spirit, the animals, Mankind, Jinn and Angels, require a mercy, a Rahmah, and this has been said to be connected to the Name of Ar-Rahmaan which extends to all creation in many ways, many of which we can witness and understand. Whereas Raheem is for believers in the next life.

As for the idea that Amr (command) creates the Names and Attributes for Allah (swt), No, He does not create His own Attributes. His own Attributes are Infinite, Pre-Eternal i.e. permanent and were always there. He was and is the Khaaliq (creator) even if He did not create. It is a capacity He always had. He creates our attributes and even the concept of names as he gave us language and form etc. But His own names and attributes were always present and from these attributes was that He is Aamir (life and alive), even if this is not from the Names of Allah (swt). The ninety nine number of names which are commonly attributed to Him go much further, since there are more in the Holy Qur'aan, depending on how they are classified.

Therefore, the Universe is not within Allah (swt), nor part of Him. He existed before the universe since everything came from His knowledge. But knowledge of a thing is not the same as its actual real existence. If we were to conclude such a thing, that would mean we are co-existent with Allah (swt) which would then extend to our own complete independent will. Such a case would make us like gods which is clear falsehood and contradicted by the definite evidence of the Holy Qur'aan and teachings of the Ahlulbayt (a.s).

Wahdat Al-Wujud (The unity of Being) is a concept formulated by the school of famous Sufi Sheikh Ibn Al-Arabi, which postulates that Allah (swt) and His creation are one, since all that is created pre-existed in God's knowledge and will return to it, making union with God. This was a problematic doctrine which goes against the interpretation of Tawheed that did not permit anyone or anything to be associated or in union with God. Even though some have attempted to offer another explanation to this theory.

The so-called 'Ahlul Sunnah' are divided on the issue of, attributes of Allah (swt). Some have taken the literal interpretation of the verses of the Holy Qur'aan and Hadith i.e. anthropomorphism and others have a pantheist position. Pantheism is the belief that all reality is identical with divinity, or that everything composes an all-encompassing, immanent God. In the following passages we will present the pure Kufr of the 'Sunni' sect and their leaders, who have opined that everything in existence are in union with Allah (swt). 

Ibn Ajiba Al-Hasani:

And Aboo Al-Hassan Al-Shushtari (may Allah (swt) (never) bless his soul) says:

My love (i.e. God) has filled the existence. He indeed has appeared in black and white (i.e. in everything), and in Christians with Jews and in Pigs with Monkeys and in letters with dots, do you ever understand, do you ever understand...

Source: Iqaadh Al-Himam Sharh Al-Hikam. Pg. # 79.


Even some of those who have been filled with (divine) inspiration, from among the people of inspiration, say:

And the Dog and the Pig are not but our God (lord)...

And Allah (swt) is not but a monk/priest in a synagogue/church...

Source: Al-Nafakhat Al-Aqdasiyya. Pg. # 338.

Ashraf Alee Thanwi:

224 - Stated that: (Two plates were presented) Someone said to a Mohid (believer in Tawheed), if Halwa (sweet dish) and Ghaleez (filth) is the same then eat both (i.e if you consider them to be manifestation of Allah (swt)). He (Sheikh Ibn Al-Waqt, i.e. level of spirituality in which one can take form of anything) transformed into a pig and ate the faeces and then in the form of a human, ate the halwa (sweet dish). 

They call such a one Hifz Muratib (respecting status) which is obligatory. (Note) - It was his teaching that he ate the faeces in the form of a swine. It was due to the objectors lack of understanding which was the reason this formality and miracle became necessary, otherwise the answer is clear that this unity is in the status of reality and not in the edicts and not in the traditions of the Prophet (saw). 

Source: Imdad ul-Mushtaq Ila Ashraf ul-Akhlaq (Help for the needy and the best of etiquettes). Pg. # 100.

Christians have been declared disbelievers for saying that Isa (a.s) is Allah (swt), yet these people clearly state that everything is Allah (swt). How unfortunate it is that they deceive laymen and present themselves as lovers of the Prophet (saw) and the people of Tasawwuf (the spiritual path), and use complex terminologies to keep such beliefs from them. The harsh fact is, that behind the curtain of Tasawwuf, one can identify their clear Ilhad (heresy) and blasphemous concepts.

It is clear that the 'Sunni' doctrine of Tawheed, that places Allah (swt) inside His creation, ranging from residing in Muslim clergymen through to Monkeys, Dogs, Pigs etc. is totally absurd. However, if the Shi'a were to, for arguments sake, refer to some of the Sahabah they revere with the same terms, they would bay for their blood. Yet when the leading lights of their sect attribute the same terms to Allah (swt), suggesting He, the Almighty, resides in His own creation, there is nothing remotely abhorrent with such a belief, since the plain excuse is that it is linked to Tassawuf!

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