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All praise is due to Allaah and may the salaat and salaam be upon the Messenger. To proceed: We are pleased to present SayyidQutb.Com, a resource which aims to educate Muslims about the revival of the madhhab of the Khawaarij in the 20th century at the hands of an enemy of the Uncle of the Believers, Mu'awiyah (radiallaahu anhu), one poisoned with materialist secular philosophies whose influences and effects came through in his writings in the form of malice and hatred towards the choicest of Companions, Takfir of them and revilement of them, namely, Sayyid Qutb. Qutb maintained this position towards Mu'awiyah and Amr bin al-Aas (radiallahu anhum) and the Banee Umayyah in his books till the end of his life, indicating that he resented and stubbornly rejected the advice of Shaykh Mahmood Shakir who had cautioned him in a series of public articles in 1952.

Introduction

This is a growing resource on the aqidah (creed), manhaj (ideology) and fikr (ideology) of Sayyid Qutb, an Ash'ari, Jahmi, Rafidi, Khariji from 20th century Egypt (a land in which saint and grave-worship was entered by the baatiniyyah ubaydiyyah a thousand years ago and still remains today). Qutb is one of a number of misguided "thinkers" of the 20th century (others are Hasan al-Banna, Abu A'laa Mawdudi and Taqi al-Din al-Nabahani) who were affected by the practical (and in some cases ideological) elements of Marxism, Socialism, Ba'thism, Communism which they incorporated and came up with their own versions and methodologies of reform - all of which required revolutions of sorts to achieve the desired objective. Hasan al-Banna came up with the mass-populist version, which is to gather everyone together into one big lump and to mobilize them in a revolution to establish a khilafah for social, political and economic change. Abu A'la Mawdudi wrongly portrayed the methodology of the Prophets as being one of revolutions to topple the tyrants, and he adopted a party-politics approach. Sayyid Qutb took the Leninist approach of a small band of elitist vanguards who engineer a coup or revolution (and as for everyone else besides them, they are all apostates). Taqi al-Din al-Nabahani drew from his Ba'thist and Nationalist experience and took the approach of a very rigid, tight, disciplined party (modelled on Ba'thist, Communist parties) that would work for an ideological and practical revolution to establish the khilafah. All of these people (and many others) who brought this poison of "fikr" (ideology) are the descendants of those who brought the poison of "kalaam" into the Ummah in the second century hijrah, the Ahl al-Kalaam from the Jahmiyyah, Mu'tazilah, Ash'ariyyah and others. All of these 20th century thinkers were Ash'aris and Mu'tazilis in their creed. Just like great battles raged in the second and third centuries between the Imaams of the Salaf (who followed the light of revelation in speaking about Allaah, His Names, and His Attributes) and those who brought the poison of "kalaam" into the Ummah (taking it from the Hellenized Jews, Christians and Sabeans), in the late 20th century (and to this day), a great battle rages between the followers of the methodology of the Prophets in da'wah and rectification and the followers of the practical elements (and in some cases ideological elements) of the ideologies of secular atheist Jews and other European Philosophers such as Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, Alexis Carrel, Martin Heidegger, Friedrich Nietzsche and others - many of which were focused around building mass-populist (nationalistic) movements and fermenting revolutions and coups with a view to establishing "social justice" and removing the tyranny of capital and authority. This is what came to ignorant, already-misguided (Ash'ari, Mu'tazili) so-called "Muslim thinkers" in the early to mid 20th century. Just like the Scholars of Ahl al-Sunnah were dealing with the effects of the innovation of kalaam by the Jahmiyyah for hundreds of years afterwards, today, the Scholars of Ahl al-Sunnah are still dealing - 60-80 years later - with all the false principles, foundations and methodologies that were devised as a result of the writings of these thinkers. These false principles, and methodologies are broadly divided into two arenas, one which relates to the rulers (removal and replacement of them as the ultimate goal to help establish Islam and restore justice), and one which relates to the innovators and sects (accommodation of them to help further the ultimate goal), and collectively, these individuals (Qutb, Banna, Mawdudi, Nabahani) and their party-politics created generations of deluded individuals and callers who misdiagnosed the true and real ills of the Ummah and who continue to suffer from the Qadari I'tizali poison in their outlook and approach.

Sayyid Qutb and The aqidah of the Jahmiyyah, Mu'tazilah, Ash'ariyyah

  • Part 13 - Ta'weel of the Arsh, Negation of al-Uluww and Negation of 'Hawaadith' Upon the Way of the Jahmiyyah - (see here)
  • Part 12 - Between al-Ghazali, ar-Razi and Sayyid Qutb - The Texts of the Attributes Are Imaginary Depictions With No Reality Behind Them - (see here)
  • Part 11 - Allaah Speaking to Moses and Allaah's Eternal Kalaam - (see here)
  • Part 10 - The Qur'an is (Created) Like The Soul and Like The Rest of What Allaah Creates - (see here)
  • Part 09 - Moses and the Speech of Allaah - (see here)
  • Part 08 - Negating Tahayyuz (Spatial Occupation) From Allaah - (see here)
  • Part 07 - Allaah Does Not Have a Makaan, Hayyiz, Hadd, Jihah - (see here)
  • Part 06 - Imaan is a Single Entity It Is Not Divisible and the Madhhab of the Khawaarij and Murji'ah - (see here)
  • Part 05 - Allaah Does Not Occupy a Place (Makaan) - (see here)
  • Part 04 - Allaah's Uluww, al-Istiwaa and Sifaat Fi'liyyah - (see here)
  • Part 03 - The Use of Aahaad Hadeeth in aqidah - (see here)
  • Part 02 - Ta'weel of al-Istiwaa and Negation of the Sifaat Fi'liyyah - (see here)
  • Part 01 - The Qur'an, al-Istiwaa and Sifaat Fi'liyyah - (see here)

Allaamah Mahmood Shakir's Refutations of the Rafidi Poison of Sayyid Qutb

  • Audio of Shaykh Mahmood Shakir from March 1976 In Defence of the Companions of the Messenger (see here)
  • Part 06: Sayyid Qutb and Attacks upon Mu'awiyah, Hind and Bani Umayyah - (see here)
  • Part 05: Sayyid Qutb and the Most Distasteful Revilement Against Mu'awiyah, Amr bin al-Aas, Abu Sufyaan and Hind - (see here)
  • Part 04: Sayyid Qutb and Takfir of Abu Sufyan - (see here)
  • Part 03: Sayyid Qutb and Takfir of Bani Umayyah - (see here)
  • Part 02: Sayyid Qutb and the Malices and Resentments of the Idolatrous Western Civilization - (see here)
  • Part 01: Mahmood Shakir's Defence of the Companions - Introduction - (see here)

Did Sayyid Qutb Repent From His Marxist, Socialist Malice Towards Uthmaan (radiallaahu anhu) and Bani Umayyah?

Sayyid Qutb and Marxism, Leninism, Socialism, Communism

  • Qutb Drank Heavily From the Western Materialist Philosophies Which Led Him To Doubt Islam for 15 Years - (see here)
  • The Leninist Revolutionary Manifesto of Sayyid Qutb - (see here)
  • The Prophetic Hadeeth in Refutation of Sayyid Qutb's Secularist, Marxist Communist Principles - (see here)
  • Defending and Exonerating Islam From Sayyid Qutb's Islamo-Communism - (see here)
  • Karl Marx, Freidrich Engels, Sayyid Qutb, Capitalism, the State, Social Justice, revolution and the Communist Manifesto - (see here)
  • Shaykh Hammad al-Ansari on the Saying of Sayyid Qutb That Islam is a Mixture of Communism and Christianity - (see here)
  • Ibn Jibreen Makes Takfir Upon (Declares as Kufr) the Saying of Sayyid Qutb That Islam Is a Mixture of Communism and Christianity - (see here)

Sayyid Qutb, Takfir of the Entire Ummah and the Doctrines of the Kharijites

  • Hadeeth: The Kharijites Will Continue to Appear Until The Dajjaal (Anti-Christ) Appears Amongst Them - (see here)
  • Yusuf al-Qaradawi: The New 'Qutbi' Understanding of Tawheed - (see here)
  • Yusuf al-Qaradawi on Sayyid Qutb: All Muslims Are Apostates (Kuffaar, Mushrikeen) Except Those Who Agree With My Ideology and Join My Group - (see here)
  • Yusuf al-Qaradawi: Sayyid Qutb Makes it Explicitly Clear That All Muslims Today Are Disbelievers - (see here)
  • Fareed Abdul-Khaliq (Former Murshid of Ikhwaan): The Emergence of the Doctrines of Jaahliyyah, Haakimiyyah and Takfir of All Societies - (see here)
  • Yusuf al-Qaradawi: Groups Known as 'the Qutbiyyoon' Found in Various Places Harboring the Doctrines of Takfir Found in az-Zilaal - (see here)
  • Ali Juraisha (Major Ikhwaani Figurehead): Emergence of the Takfiris Who Made Takfir of Whole Societies - (see here)
  • Fareed Abdul-Khaliq (Former Murshid of Ikhwaan): The Origins of Mass Takfir of Muslim Societies Lie In the Books of Sayyid Qutb - (see here)
  • Yusuf al-Qaradawi: The Takfir of All Societies and Announcement of Destructive Revolutions In the Final Works of Sayyid Qutb - (see here)
  • Imaam Muqbil bin Haadee: A Beginner Who Reads the Books of Qutb Will Not Perceive That He Has Become Amongst Jamaa'at ut-Takfir - (see here)
  • Words of Ibn Taymiyyah In Refutation of the extremism of Mawdudi and Sayyid Qutb on the Issue of Taa'ah (Obedience) - (see here)
  • Shaykh Salih Aal ash-Shaykh: The Ghuluww (extremism) of Sayyid Qutb in Takfir of the Sinners - (see here)

Sayyid Qutb and Sufism, Tasawwuf and The Doctrine of Wahdat ul-Wujood




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