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Those Who Claim They Follow Only the Quran

October 17, 2013

 

 

 

This is an excerpt of Shaikh Muhammad Amaan al Jaamee’s explanation of Shaikh Uthaymeen’s Book Al Qawaa’id al Muthlaa… (Exemplary Principles)…Taken from tape 4, starting at 13:521. Underlined speech is from the text of Shaikh Uthaymeen’s book2.

 

Arabic text of Shaikh Muhammad Amaan al Jaamee’s speech in this file:

Quraniyyoon Arabic quote

 

 

Shaikh Uthaymeen said (translated):

 

And where is the Imaan in the Messenger – sallallahu alayhe wa sallam – who was entrusted with the Quran – for the one who doesn’t accept what is from his Sunnah

 

 

 

Shaikh Muhammad Amaan al Jaamee explained:

 

And he rejects that and says: We are sufficed with the Quran. What is in the Book of Allaah, we accept. And what is in the Sunnah, we reject. This one claims that he is a Qur’aanee – from those who believe in the Quran only.

 

These people disbelieve in the Quran without realizing it. Whoever disbelieves in the Sunnah has indeed disbelieved in the Quran. Because the Quran is that which commands to follow the Sunnah.3 And because the Quran mentions many of the rulings in a general way which are explained in detail in the Sunnah.

 

And some of the Attributes of Allaah, The Most High, have come in the Sunnah and they are not in the Quran. Separating the Book from the Sunnah and claiming Imaan in the Quran and rejecting the Sunnah is futility (useless). On top of that, it is disbelief in both of them.

 

The Shaikh (Uthaymeen) – (we ask that) Allaah bestow mercy upon us and upon him – said:

 

Allaah, The Most High, said:

 

وَنَزَّلْنَا عَلَيْكَ الْكِتَابَ تِبْيَانًا لِّكُلِّ شَيْءٍ

 

And We have sent down to you the Book (i.e. the Qur’an) as an explanation (tibyaan) for everything…” (16:89)

 

And from what is known

 

(Shaikh al Jaamee): to the students of knowledge

 

is that many of the knowledge-based sharee’ah matters

 

(Shaikh al Jaamee): from that is the Names and Attributes – this is called: “knowledge-based”

 

and the action-based matters –

 

(Shaikh al Jaamee): the rulings

 

their explanations come in the Sunnah

 

(Shaikh al Jaamee): many of them are explained in the Sunnah

 

So their explanations in the Sunnah are from the explanation (mentioned in) the Quran (“tibyaan”

as mentioned in the verse 16:89 above)

 

(Shaikh al Jaamee): Allaah, The Most High, said:

 

أقيموا الصلاة

 

Establish the salaah”4

 

How do you establish the salaah with the Book (the Quran) only, when you have disbelieved in the Sunnah? How do you purify yourself ? And these details from the actions of the salaah – from the takbeer (to begin the salaah) to the tasleem (to end the salaah) – from where do you know how to do these things?

 

When you have left off the Sunnah, that means that you leave off the salaah.

 

What verse from the Quran do you use to pray? With this general verse:

 

أقيموا الصلاة

 

Establish the salaah”?

 

And also:

 

ءاتوا الزكاة

 

Give the zakaah” (2:110)

 

From where (do you know how to do this)?? This tremendous command: The Hajj. The details and actions of Hajj – are they not from the Sunnah? Most of our actions are in the Sunnah. The Quran has placed a general outline, and the Sunnah has explained it. The place of return is to Allaah. Because the Sunnah5 is from Allaah…

 

 

 

Footnotes

 

 

 

 

2 The underlined text in this file from Shaikh Uthaymeen’s book can be found here: http://www.ibnothaimeen.com/all/books/article_16823.shtml

3 For example: 4:69; 3:31-32; 59:7; 4:59; 3:132; 4:64-65

4 This command occurs in many places, e.g. 2:110

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Fa’eel is an intensive form and may mean the Faa’il or the Maf’ool

August 27, 2013

 

The following are some quotes from Shaikh Uthaymeen (and one quote from the Tafseer book of semester four of the Madinah series) regarding the meaning of the pattern فَعِيْل

 

 

The following from:

 

http://www.ibnothaimeen.com/all/books/article_18119.shtml

واللقيط في اللغة العربية فعيل بمعنى مفعول؛ لأن فعيلاً في اللغة العربية تأتي بمعنى مفعول في مواطن كثيرة، يقال: قتيل بمعنى مقتول، وجريح بمعنى مجروح، وإلا فالأصل أن فعيلاً بمعنى فاعل،

And “laqeet” in the Arabic language has the meaning of “maf’ool” (the object).  Because (a word on the pattern of) “fa’eel” in the Arabic language comes with the meaning of “maf’ool” in many places.  It is said: “qateel”, meaning – “maqtool” (killed) and “jareeh”, meaning – “majrooh” (injured).  And if it doesn’t mean that, then the foundational principle is that “fa’eel” has the meaning of “faa’il” (the doer of the action)…

 

(end of quote)

 

 

 

It is mentioned in a Madinah series side book for semester 4 (the book of tafseer) concerning the meaning of the word “rajeem” in the isti’aadhah:

 

والرجيم: فعيل بمعنى مفعول أي أنه مرجوم مطرود عن الخير

 

And “ar-rajeem” is (on the pattern of) “fa’eel” with the meaning of “maf’ool” (the object), meaning that he (shaytaan) is “marjoom” (cursed), “matrood” (expelled) from the good

 

(end of quote)

 

 

 

The following from:

 

http://www.ibnothaimeen.com/all/books/printer_18335.shtml

 

{ {الْحَكِيمُ} }: فعيل بمعنى مُفْعِل، وفعيل بمعنى فاعل، أما فعيل بمعنى فاعل فهو كثير في اللغة العربية، مثل: قدير بمعنى قادر، وسميع بمعنى سامع،

“al-Hakeem” is (on the pattern of) “fa’eel” which has the meaning of “Muf’il”1 and “fa’eel” which has the meaning of “faa’il” (doer of the verb).  As for “fa’eel” meaning “faa’il”, then this occurs many times in the Arabic language.  For example: “qadeer” meaning “qaadir” (one possessing power, ability), and “samee’” meaning “saami’” (one who hears)

 

(end of quote)

 

 

 

The following from:

 

http://www.ibnothaimeen.com/all/books/printer_18056.shtml

 

«حميد»: فعيل بمعنى فاعل، وبمعنى مفعول، فهو حامد ومحمود، حامد لعباده وأوليائه الذين قاموا بأمره، ومحمود يُحمدُ عزّ وجل على ما له من صفات الكمال، وجزيل الإنعام.

وأما «المجيد»: فهي فعيل بمعنى فاعل، أي: ذو المجد. والمجدُ هو: العظمة وكمالُ السُّلطان،

“Hameed” is: (on the pattern of) “Fa’eel” with the meaning of the “Faa’il” (Doer of the action).  And (also) with the meaning of the “Maf’ool” (object). For He is The Praiser and the Praised One.  He is the Praiser of His servants and His Awliyaa (righteous servants) who obey His commands.  And He is Mahmood (Praised), He is praised – Exalted and Lofty is He – for what He has from perfect Attributes and (His) abundance of favors (upon the creation).

 

As for “al-Majeed” then it is (on the pattern of) “Fa’eel” with the meaning of the “Faa’il”. Meaning: The One Who possesses al-majd.  And al-Majd is tremendous greatness and complete sovereignty.

 

(end of quote)

 

 

 

The following from:

 

http://www.ibnothaimeen.com/all/books/article_17954.shtml

 

وقوله: ( رحيم ): هذه أيضاً اسم فاعل محول إلي صيغة المبالغة، وأصل اسم الفاعل من رحم: راحم، لكن حول إلى رحيم لكثرة رحمة الله عز وجل وكثرة من يرحمهم الله عز وجل

 

His statement: “Raheem”, this is also the “Faa’il” (Doer of the action) changed to a pattern of intensification.  The origin of the “Faa’il” for (the verb) rahima is: “Raahim”, however it was changed to (the intensive pattern) “Raheem” due to the abundance of Allah’s – Exalted and Lofty is He – Mercy and the abundance of those whom He – Lofty and Exalted is He – bestows His Mercy upon

 

 

 

 

Footnotes

 

 

 

 

 

 

1This is the “faa’il” (doer of the verb) pattern for three letter root verbs increased by 1 letter (and that one letter is a hamzah on an alif أ put at the front of the verb) for example: أَسْلَمَ and أَشْرَكَ (so the “doer” pattern for these two is “muf’il”, i.e. مُسْلِم and مُشْرِك )

Arabic Saudi Curriculum Books (High School Grade 12)

August 24, 2013

Grade 12

الصف الثالث الثانوي

Tawheed Shar’ee (12)

Tawheed (12)

Tarbiyyah Wataniyyah (12)

Tafseer (12)

Tafseer Shar’ee (12)

Taareekh al Mamlakah (12)

Taareekh al Mamlakah (2)

تاريخ س 2

Geography (1)

جغرافيا 1

Geography (2)

جغرافيا 2

Economics

إقتصاد

Ahyaa (1)

أحياء 1

Ahyaa (2)

أحياء 2

 

Mutaali’ah (12)

Math (2) (12)

Math (1) (12)

Maktabah wa Bahth (12)

Ilm al Ijtimaa’ Shar’ee (12)

Hadeeth wa Thiqaafah Islamiyyah Shar’ee (12)

Hadeeth and Islamic culture (11)

Grammar and Sarf 2 (12)

Grammar and Sarf 1 (12)

Fiqh wa Usooluhu Shar’ee (12)

Fiqh (12)

English workbook 2 (12)

English workbook 1 (12)

English Student’s Book 2 (12)

English Student’s Book 1 (12)

Diraasaat min al Aalam al Islaamiyyah (12)

Barmajah wa taqniyyah ma’loomaat Workbook (12)

Barmajah wa taqniyyah ma’loomaat Student’s book (12)

Balaaghah wa Naqd Shar’ee (12)

Balaaghah wa Naqd Shar’ee (2) (12)

al Adabul Arab 2 (12)

al Adabul Arab 1 (12)

al Adabul Arab 1 (12)

Arabic Saudi Curriculum Books (High School Grade 11)

August 24, 2013

 

 

Grade 11

الصف الثاني الثانوي

 

 

Tawheed (11)

Tawheed (2) (11)

Tafseer wa Usooluhu

Hadeeth and Islamic culture (11)

Fiqh (11)

Mutaali’ah (11)

Tarbiyyah Wataniyyah (11)

Balaaghah wa Naqd (1) (11)

Balaaghah wa Naqd (2) (11)

al Adabul Arab (1) (11)

al Adabul Arab (2) (11)

Grammar and Sarf (2) (11)

Grammar and Sarf (1) (11)

al Ahyaa (11)

al Ahyaa (2) (11)

Uloom wa Tatbeeqaat al Haasib (11)

Physics (11)

Maktabah wa Bahth (11)

 

Geography (1)

جغرافيا عامة 1

Geography (2)

جغرافيا عامة 2

Jawaanib min Taareekh ul Muslimeen (11)

IlmunNafs (11)

IlmunNafs (2)

علم نفس 2

Economics

إقتصاد

History

تاريخ بنين

Tareekhus Sunnah

تاريخ السنة

 

Ilmul Ijtimaa’ (11)

Geography Bashariyyah (11)

English Student’s Book (1) (11)

English Student’s Book (2) (11)

Chemistry (11)

Math (1) (11)

Math (2) (11)

Math (3) (11)

Arabic Saudi Curriculum Books (High School Grade 10) ا

August 24, 2013

 

Grade 10

الصف الأول الثانوي

 

Tawheed (10)

Tafseer (10)

Tafseer (Tahfeeth) (10)

Ahkaam al Qiraa’aat (10)

Uloom Quran (10)

Mutaali’ah (10)

Hadeeth (10)

History of the Prophets, the Prophetic Biography and the Spread of Islam (10)

Tarbiyyah Wataniyyah (10)

al Adabul ‘Arab (2) (10)

al Adabul ‘Arab (1) (10)

Math (1) (10)

Math (2) (10)

Physics (10)

Geography (1)

جغرافيا 1

Geography (2)

جغرافيا 2

 

Natural Geography and the Science of Mapmaking (10)

Library and Research (10)

Haasib Workbook (10)

Haasib (10)

Grammar and Sarf (2) (10)

Grammar and Sarf (1) (10)

Fiqh (10)

English Student’s Book (2) (10)

English Student’s Book (1) (10)

Chemistry (10)

Balaaghah wa Naqd (2) (10)

Balaaghah wa Naqd (1) (10)

al Ahyaa (10)

Arabic Saudi Curriculum Books (Middle Grade 9)

August 24, 2013

 

Grade 9

الصف الثالث المتوسط

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arabic Saudi Curriculum Books (Middle Grades 7-8)

August 23, 2013

 

Grade 7

الصف الأول المتوسط

 

Grade 8

الصف الثاني المتوسط

 

 

 

Arabic Saudi Curriculum Books (Middle Grade 8)

August 22, 2013

This is a self-extracting zip file and will require a program like winzip or WinRAR to open it.

Saudi Curriculum Grade 8:

http://archive.org/details/ScGrade8

(on the left side beside “All files:” click on HTTPS then ScGrade8.exe  )

There may be a message after the download is completed saying that this file is not commonly downloaded and could harm your computer.   Click on Actions then Run Anyway

 

Saudi Curriculum for Grade 8 in five smaller files (all are self-extracting zip files containing pdf files):

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/rr3fc2q0am/grade_8_math_2_nusoos_2_reading_2_science_2_.exe

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/3s9lkrxh60/grade_8_dictation_2_grammar_rules_2_english_4_.exe

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/00rizhn55y/grade_8_islamic_history_tafseer_tajweed_tarbiyyah_wataniyyah.exe

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/75t2g2syu8/grade_8_explanation_of_kitaabut_tawheed_8_.exe

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/yh3408q0e2/grade_8_fiqh_geography_hadeeth.exe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arabic Saudi Curriculum Books (Middle Grade 7)

August 22, 2013

This includes 20 of the 23 books.  I was unable to find the books on Tawheed, Hadeeth, and Tafseer for this particular grade so they are not included.  This is a self-extracting zip file and will require a program like winzip or WinRAR to open it.

Saudi Curriculum Grade 7:

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/00yg1yu9u8/sc_grade_7.exe

 

There may be a message after the download is completed saying that this file is not commonly downloaded and could harm your computer.   Click on Actions then Run Anyway

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arabic Saudi Curriculum Books (Elementary Grades 5-6)

August 21, 2013

Grade 5

الصف الخامس الابتدائي

 

Grade 6
الصف السادس الابتدائي