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Debate: Jalal Abualrub
w/ David Wood & James White

Notes on the Debate 
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April 12th
 

The Call of the Prophets:
The Call to Tawheed

'And verily, We have sent among every Ummah (community, nation) a Messenger (proclaiming): 'Worship Allaah (Alone), and avoid (or keep away from) Taaghoot (all false deities, etc. i.e. do not worship Taaghoot besides Allaah).' ' [an-Nahl 16:36]

Tawheed is,
· to single out Allaah in his Lordship; that He is the sole Creator of all that exists, He is the soverign Lord owner of every thing that exists, and He is the only one that Responsible of directing the affairs of this world.
· to single Allaah out in all kinds of worship. Worship is a comprehensive term covering whatever Allaah loves and is pleased with, both sayings and actions, the apparent and the hidden.
· to affirm whatever Allaah has affirmed for Himself in the Qur'aan and His Messenger has affirmed for Him. And to negate whatever Allaah has negated for Himself and what ever His Messenger has negated for Him. Without denial, distorting its meaning, likening to His creation, and asking 'Who' with regard to Allaah's perfect Names and Attributes.

Change
- Shaykh Muhammad Naasiruddin al-Albani

The best way to change the evil is for Muslims to repent to their Lord, correct their beliefs, and nurture themselves and their families according to the correct Islam, as Allaah says 'Verily, Allaah does not change: people's condition unless they change what is in themselves.' (Soorah ar-Ra'd 13:11). And the way to salvation is not, as some people imagine, to rise up with arms against the rulers, and to conduct military coups. In addition to being among the contemporary bid'ahs (innovations), such actions disregard the texts of Islam, among which is the command to change ourselves. Furthermore, it is imperative to establish the foundation upon which the building will stand: 'Verily, Allaah will Most certainly support him who supports His cause; verily, Allaah is Most Powerful and Almighty.' (surah al-Hajj 22:40). This is the methodical and orderly approach, and the correct practice based upon the Qur'aan and Sunnah that the Ummah must agree upon, enjoin and call to.

SayingsImaam Maalik Ibn Anas [d. 179H]:
'The latter part of the Ummah will not be rectified except with that which rectified its earliest part.'

Imaam al-Awzaa'ee [d. 157H]:
'Adhere to the narrations of the Salaf, even if the people were to abandon you. And Beware of the opinions of people, no matter how much they beautify it with speech.'

Build Your Islamic Library

A Book That Every Muslim Household Should Have
The Explanation of the
Three Fundamental Principles
of Islaam
By The noble scholar, Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-Uthymeen

This work is the English translation of Sharh Thalaathatul-Usool, which is an explanation of the booklet Thalaathatul-Usool (The Three Fundamental Principles) written by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhaab. The original booklet was written to convey to every Muslim that which is obligatory to know-in fact the 'three principles' are based on the three questions that we will be asked in our graves. As such, this book will be beneficial for everyone inshaAllah.