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EXPLANATION OF IBN ABDUL WAHHAB’S 4 PRINCIPLES OF SHIRK
In The Name of Allah, the Ever-Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy
I ask Allah, the Noble Lord of the Great Throne, that He be your Protector in this world and the Hereafter, and that He makes you blessed wherever you arc, and that He makes you from those (people) that, when given, are thankful; and when tested, are patient; and when they sin, they repent. And verily these three are the keys to happiness.
Know, may Allah guide you to His obedience, that the hanifiyyah – the religion of ibrahim – is that you worship Allah alone, sincerely, making the religion purely for Him. As Allah, the Most Exalted, says:
“And I did not create thc jinn and mankind except to worship Me.” ((Surah AI-Dhairiyat, verse 56))
So when you know that Allah created you to worship Him, then know that ‘worship’ is not considered worship except with tawhid (monotheism), like the ṣalah (prayer) is not an acceptable salah except with purity (taharah). So if shirk enters into worship, it is not accepted, just as impurity destroys purity if it enters into it.
So if you know that when shirk is mixed (with worship), the worship is not accepted, and destroys the action, thus making the person acting (upon this kind of worship) from the people who will be permanently in the Hellfire, then you will realize that it is the most important topic for you to study. Perhaps (through this study) Allah will save you from this evil trap, meaning shirk with Allah, concerning which Allah – the Exalted – has said:
“Indeed, Allah does not forgive association (shirk) with Him, but He forgives what is less than that for whom He wills.” ((Sorah al-Nisa’, verse 116))
And this will be (accomplished) through knowing the four principles that Allah – the Exalted – has mentioned in His book:
The First Principle
To know that the disbelievers whom the Messenger of Allah () fought admitted that Allah – the Exalted – is the Creator, the One who Gives Sustenance, and is in charge of all the affairs, yet this did not enter them into Islam. And the proof is in His, the Exalted’s saying:
“Say, ‘Who provides for you from the heaven and the earth? Or who controls hearing and the sight and who brings the living out of the dead and brings the dead out of the living and who arranges [every] matter?’ They will say, ‘Allah,’ so say, ‘Then will you not fear Him? ((Sorah Yunus, verse 31))
The Second Principle
They (the mushrikin) say, “We do not supplicate to them and turn towards them except to seek nearness and intercession (to Allah).” And the proof of the ‘nearness’ is in His, the Exalted’s saying:..
The Third Principle – Explanation of ibn abdul wahhab’s 4 principles of shirk
That the Prophet () came to the people who had different (objects) of worship: from them are the worshippers of the angels. And from them arc the worshippers of the prophets and the pious. And from them arc the worshippers of the trees and the stones. And from them are the worshippers of the sun and the moon. But the Messenger of Allah () fought them all, and did not consider the differences between them…
The Fourth Principle – Explanation of ibn abdul wahhab’s 4 principles of shirk
That the nntshriks of our time arc more severe in shirk than those of before, because those of the past committed shirk in (times ot) ease, but were sincere (to Allah) in (times ot) hardship. However, the mushriks of our time are always committing shirk, in ease and in hardship. The evidence for this is in His, the Most Exalted’s saying:
“And when they board a ship, they supplicate to Allah, making the religion sincere to Him. But when He delivers them to the land, at once they associate others with Him.” ((Surah al-‘Ankabut, verse 65))
And Allah knows best, and may the extolation and peace of Allah be upon Mul_iammad, and his family and his companions.
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