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Baraah of the Jinni from the Rafidha
« on: 03.10.2015, 05:29:42 AM »
Baraah of the Jinni from the Rafidha

Bismillah,

We are going to give place to a few short narrations that show the attitude of the Jinni towards those whom the Muhaddith (Hadith scholar) and one of the greatest Imam of the Tabi’in, Imam Sha’bi (17H-110H) said the following regarding them, the Rafidha: "I examined all of the existing deviated sects. I never saw more foolish other than them. If they were birds, they would be the vultures and if they were four legged they would be the onagers. (...) They want to corrupt. As Pawlos, the son of the leader Jew Joshua corrupted Christianity; they want to corrupt Islam in the same manner." (Ibn Taymiyyah, Minhaj’us Sunna Nabawiyya, 1/28-33)

Allah Ta’ala said:


وَأَنَّا مِنَّا الصَّالِحُونَ وَمِنَّا دُونَ ذَلِكَ كُنَّا طَرَائِقَ قِدَداً

"There are among us some that are righteous, and some the contrary: we follow divergent paths." (al-Jinn 72/11)

Imam Qurtubi narrated in the Tafsir of the aforementioned Ayah from Suddi that he said: Amongst the Jinn –as you have amongst yourselves- there are Qadariyyah, Murji’ah, Khawarij; Rafidha, Shiites and Sunnis. (Qurtubi, Tafsir)

In the fourth volume of the Majmu’ul Fatawa Shakyh’ul Islam Ibn Taymiyyah said: They say: We too split in to different Mahdhab and religions. There are Muslim amongst us, Jews or Christians; there are even Shiite or the Sunni amongst us.

Hafidh Ibn Kathir (rahimahullah) reports the following incident in the Tafsir of the Ayah Jinn 72/11:

"Ahmad ibn Sulaymaan al-Najjad said in his (renowned book) Amali: (…) Abu Mu’awiyah said: I heard A’mash say: A Jinni once came to us and I asked him: What is the favorite food amongst you? He replied: Rice. So we gave some to them and I saw handfuls of rice being lifted and I couldn’t see anyone (picking them up). I asked: Do these false desires (Bid’ah; innovations) that are amongst us exist amongst you? He replied: Yes. I asked: How are the Rafidah amongst you? He replied: The worst of us.

I (i.e., Ibn Kathir) presented this chain of narration to our Shaykh, Hafidh Abu’l Hajjaaj al-Mizzi and he said: This chain of narration is Sahih (authentic) all the way to A’mash." (Ibn Kathir, Tafsir)

Ibnu'l Jawzi narrated that Sahl ibn Abdullah said: "I was near to the land of Ad, I saw a city which was carved from stone. It had a villa in the center of it. Its roof and doors were carved from stone. The jinn lived in it. I went in to take some lessons from them. I saw someone large in size praying Salat towards Ka'bah. He had a woolen cloak on him and it was new. I was not surprised by his size as much as I was surprised by his cloak being new. I greeted him and he answered my greeting and said: O Sahl, bodies do not wear out clothing it is only the smell of sins and Haraam (unlawful) food that would wear them out. This cloak is on my body for sevenhundred years. With it I saw Isa ibn Maryam (alayhi salam) and Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam). I put Iman (faith) onto him. I asked him: Who are you? He said: I am the Jinn for whom the following Ayah had been revealed:


... قُلْ أُوحِيَ إِلَيَّ أَنَّهُ اسْتَمَعَ نَفَرٌ مِّنَ الْجِنِّ

"Say: It has been revealed to me that a company of Jinns listened (to the Qur'an)…" (al-Jinn 72/1)

Salama ibn Shabib said; I decided to immigrate to Makkah I sold my house. After I completed my duty and handed over the house I stood at the door and said: O Ahl’ul Bayt (people of the house) we had been neighbors and you were good neighbors, may Allah reward you with goodness. We sold our house and are moving to Makkah. May Salam and Rahmah of Allah upon you. He said someone from the house answered me by stating: May Allah reward you with goodness too, we did not see anything other than goodness from you. We are also about to move. It is because the person who bought the house is a Rafidha and they speak ill of Abu Bakr (radiyallahu anh) and Umar (radiyallahu anh)." (Ibn’ul Jawzi, Sifat’us Safwa)
Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said:

إِنَّ النَّاسَ دَخَلُوا فِي دِينِ اللهِ أَفْوَاجًا، وَسَيَخْرُجُونَ مِنْهُ أَفْوَاجًا

"Verily, the people have entered into the religion of Allah in crowds and they will also leave it in crowds." (Ahmad, Musnad)