Manhajification of Fiqh-Issue 1: The Jizya of the Mushrikin

Western salafism, that is, salafism AS UNDERSTOOD by English speakers in the western world whose only education of salafism is predicated on madkhali ideology, has a whole package of fallacious theories attached to the movement. This particular series will focus on one single yet monumental aspect of western salafi thought. That is the manhajification of … Continue reading Manhajification of Fiqh-Issue 1: The Jizya of the Mushrikin

Manhajification of Fiqh 4: How Solo Deduction of Law is Counterintuitive

After having witness the blunders of modern salafi attempts in fiqh, that being the approach to extract (make istinbat) of scriptural texts, I have long arrived at the opinion that anyone who wants to be a student of knowledge or even to approach knowledge has to learn the basic fiqh of a given madhab of … Continue reading Manhajification of Fiqh 4: How Solo Deduction of Law is Counterintuitive

Exposition of Counterfeit Salafis: The Madkhali Cult

This brief publication explains why western salafis are to be identified as “madkhalis”. This articles details why they are to be identified as such and refutes their defenses as to why they should not be attached to their leader whom they take as an indisputable authority. 2.05 From Haddadi to Madkhali- Why the Classification “Madkhali … Continue reading Exposition of Counterfeit Salafis: The Madkhali Cult

On the Difference Between Muhdath and Makhluq: Intermediate Readings Between Sunnism and Asharism

  A investigation into the sound creed of ahlu-sunnah wal-jama'ah in response to the kalam based argument that what is muhdath is ipso facto makhluq   • The Ash'ari Argument of Muhdath In the view of the Ash'aris professed by the modern Mutakalimoon, muhdath is synonymous with Makhluq To dispel this erroneous stance developed by … Continue reading On the Difference Between Muhdath and Makhluq: Intermediate Readings Between Sunnism and Asharism

Manhajification of Fiqh 3: Correcting Modern Salafi inclinations on Madhabs:

The salaf and the sahaba themselves WERE madhabs. Even the sahaba had the school of either ibn abbass or abdullahi ibn mas'ud, or aisha or abu huraira رضي الله عنهم اجمعين. Likewise umar was a faqih among the sahabah so some of them differed from each based on understandings. As a result, madhabs IS NOT … Continue reading Manhajification of Fiqh 3: Correcting Modern Salafi inclinations on Madhabs:

Manhajification of Fiqh 2: What is “Salafi” fiqh?

Firstly, there is no such thing as salafi fiqh. There is no salafi madhab. So why is this phrase used? Its used by those in the know to explain the catastrophe of fiqh that is applied in todays time by predominately the salafi movement who do not necessarily ascribe to a madhab, strange considering that … Continue reading Manhajification of Fiqh 2: What is “Salafi” fiqh?