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The Egyptian, Sayyid Sabiq[3], intentionally contradicted what the Prophet said PDF Print Email
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Wednesday, 08 July 2015 01:40

(al-Bukhariyy[1] and Muslim[2] related a hadith with a similar meaning). The hadith’s text is:  <<A person may say a word that he does not take heed of, by which he slips into Hellfire farther than what is between east and west.>>  The hadith narrated by at-Tirmidhiyy explains the hadith narrated by al-Bukhariyy and Muslim(The hadith is an evidence that it is not a condition for a person to fall into blasphemy that one must have learned the judgment of the uttered blasphemous words) because the Prophet   ruled that the one who says a blasphemous word will be tortured in the bottom of Hellfire even though he thought what he said was harmless, meaning that he was not aware that what he said was blasphemy.  Hence, it is known that whoever says blasphemous words while knowing their meaning, blasphemes—whether or not he is aware that saying such words is blasphemy  (Nor) is it a condition for the person to fall into blasphemy (that one must have liked), i.e., been pleased or happy with, what he was saying, (or believed their meaning). Whoever says blasphemous words intentionally blasphemes, even if he does not believe in the meaning of the words he spoke.  For example, the one who calls another, “O son of God,” blasphemes even if he does not believe that Allah has a son.

The Egyptian, Sayyid Sabiq[3], intentionally contradicted what the Prophet said (as) he (falsely stated in the book) he authored which he (called Fiqh-us-Sunnah) that a Muslim is not considered to have left Islam—and he is not judged with having committed apostasy—except if he feels delighted with the blasphemy, his heart is reasusured about it, and he actually embraces a religion other than Islam.  The aforementioned hadith of at-Tirmidhiyy is enough to refute Sayyid Sabiq’s false statement.

 


[1] Narrated by alBukhariyy in his Sahih in the book arRiqaq in the chapter of Protecting the Tongue.

[2] Narrated by Muslim in his Sahih in the book AzZuhud and arRaqa’iq in the chapter of Uttering a Word which Results in his Falling into Hellfire.

[3] Sayyid Sabiq is among those born in the province of alManufiyyah in albajour center, in the town of Ustaha. He was indicted in the case of the assassination of Annuqrashi pasha that he enticed the assasin ^Abdul Majid Hasan who was a young man by issuing him an edict-fatwa permitting the killing as a punishment for dissolving the M Brotherhood movement. The media then gave him the title of the Mufti of blood. He was released to be re arrested in 1949 and was imprisoned at Attur penitentiary. He was released again and worked at the Ministry of Awqaf for some time.During the last years of his life he moved to Umm al Qura University in Makkah alMukarramah. He died the year 1420 Hijriyy at an age of 85… He authored works that contain matters opposing the religion that one need to be cautious about. Among them is his book called Fiqhussunnah. Also view alBayan magazine issue # 15 p. 104 in Rabi^ al Awwal 1421AH.