The Four Principles by Shaikh al-Islaam Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahaab. Lesson in the Fundamentals of Islamic Monotheism (tawheed). This is an explanation of, ‘al-Qawaaid al-‘Arba’a’ written by Shaikhul-Islam, al- Mujaddid (the reviver), Muhammad ibn. Abdul Wahhab (rahimahullah). القواعد الأربعة The Arabic Text (Written) The following is an Arabic text with large writing: AlQawaidul Arba’a (biharakaat) The English.

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And we find that some of the educationalists are upon the affirmation of tawheed ar-rububiyyah only.

The Most High said: In fact he fought all the mushrikeen and did not differentiate between them. May Allaah forgive me for any deficiencies in it.

So from His mercy is that He ordered you to worship Him for the sawaid of your benefit, since when you worship Him, them He, the one free from all imperfections, will honour you with recompense and reward. As for the kuffaar and mushrikeen then they are not benefited by the intercession of those who intercede for them.

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So this proves that that tawheed is not just the affirmation of rububiyyah, and shirk is not just shirk in rububiyyah, rather there is no one who has committed shirk in the Rububiyyah except the most deviant of the creation, otherwise all the nations used to affir m tawheed ar-rububiyyah. So they stray with regard to the meaning of tawheed and shirk, each person explaining them according to his own desires. The intercession that is valid and correct conforms to two conditions.

So there is no one from the creation who claims that there is someone who creates alongside Allaah, the Most High, or sustains alongside Allaah, or gives life or death, rather even the mushrikeen used to a ffir m that Allaah is the Creator, Sustainer, the Giver of life and death, the Disposer of all the affairs.

In Part 01, Dr. These were the three major idols of the Arabs. When many people are given a bounty they are ungrateful, they reject it and they spend it on the disobedience of Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, and so it becomes a reason for their misery.

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TEXT When you acknowledge that Allaah has created you for His worship, then know that worship is not regarded as such unless it is accompanied by tawheed, just qawaiv prayer is not regarded as prayer unless it is accompanied by purification taharah.


As for the one who is gratehrl, then Allaah increases his bounty.

Spend of that with which We have provided for you, before a Day comes when there will be no bargainingnor friendshipnor intercession. So there is nobody from the creation who is obliged qawair be followed except the Messenger may Allaah’s peace and blessings zrba upon him. And the meaning of Waseelah’ here is obedience and seeking nearness [to Allaah] arbw the meaning in the language is something which leads to that which is desired. From Abu Waaqid al-Laythee may Allaah be pleased with him – he was amongst those who accepted Islaam after during the year of Conquest, eight years after the Hijrah.

It is a refutation against those who say shirk is the worship of idols alone. Part 3 Part 3: So they are in need of patience, not giving up hope, not despairing from the Mercy of Allaah, and being established qawxid their deen and not to waver due to trials or submit to them. Rather, Allaah saved them and when their Prophet prohibited them they ceased and uttered this statement out of ignorance and not intentionally.

As for the one who worships a righteous man or a wali of Allaah, then he is not like the one who worships an idol. As for seeking nearness to Allaah ao the creation then that is the prohibited waseelah constituting shirk which the mushrikeen of old used to practice.

Intercession can either be valid or false. The treatise was then printed as a separate booklet in order to spread the benefit and facilitate the knowledge for readers. So when we wish to know what shirk is, we must return to the Book and the Sunnah and we do not refer to the speech xl so and so.

He may Allaah’s peace and blessings be upon him said: So whoever is pleased then he has pleasure from Allaah and whoever is displeased has His displeasure.

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Part 6 each of them has his own desires and wishes and each of them wants him for himself. Amongst them were people who worshipped the angels, some who worshiped the prophets and the righteous men and others who worshipped stones, trees, the sun and the moon.


So they believe there is no halaal or haraam for them rather these things are only for the common masses. However He subjected these things in order to aid you in His worship since you are not able to live without these things and you will not be perform the worship of Allaah except by these things, he has subjected them for you so that you may worship Him, not so that you may become pleased by them and roam freely and joke and commit sins and evil, eating and drinking whatever you desire.

And whoever is like this is not deserving of being worshipped alongside Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic.

So He would not prohibit shirk and leave it general, rather He clarified it in the Qur’aan and the Messenger clarified it in his Sunnah. So it is not regarded as worship unless it is free from major and minor shirk. Part 1 taken these principles from the Book of Allaah, the Sunnah and seerah of the Messenger of Allaah may Allaah’s peace and blessings be upon him. He brings them out from darkness into light.

And Allaah made him an Imaam, meaning an example to be followed, for the people. Rather, they are required to be established on their deen and to be patient upon whatever they undergo from difficulties along the course of the tribulations. Part 1 deeds and offspring. So it is not permissible to resemble the mushrikeen. It is a proper noun derived from latta, yaluttu and it refers to a righteous man who used to mix gruel and feed pilgrims.

Explaining Haneefiyyah Shaikh Salih al-Fawzaan says: So there is no difference between shirk with the awliyaa, the righteous, stones, trees or the shayateen. However, the mushrik is like the one who has many masters, he doesn’t know which of them to please. Rather, it was sought for the one who made shirk with Allaah, the one who will not be benefited by the intercession of the intercessors.