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Article: Why Does A Caucasian Student of Knowledge Refute the Nation of Islam? by Abu Ismaʿeel Mustafa George DeBerry

Written by mpubs.org manager. Posted in Manhaj

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The racist bigot, Shadīd Muḥammad made a preposterous and utterly disturbing statement which he regurgitated on social media against our noble brother Mūsá Richardson stating, “Why are you writing a refutation on the Nation of Islām, why don't you write a refutation on white supremacy?” Our brother Abū Ismaʿīl Muṣṭafá George rebuts this racially motivated speech, highlighting the many facets of of the fundamentals of Islām that Shadīd violates

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Shaykh Zayd continued to explain:

“Indeed, those who have been afflicted with the disease of partisanship and bigotry, are often found agreeing with their heads and leaders in truth and in falsehood. It is a clear and major error for a person to agree with a group or individual whether he is correct or incorrect. Rather, it is mandatory upon him to strictly adhere to the truth, and then follow its people. As for what is incorrect, it is mandatory upon him to reject it, detest it, and fight its people so that they accept the truth and act upon it, in addition to them detesting falsehood and rejecting it.”

Article: A Person’s Silence In Time When Clarification Is Needed Is Considered His Approval and Clarification - A Response To The Deceptive Misquotation of Abu ʿAliyah and Those With Him by Abu Ismaʿeel Mustafa George DeBerry

Written by mpubs.org manager. Posted in Manhaj

logo redOur brother Abū Ismaʿīl Muṣṭafá George responds to the deceit of Abū ʿĀliyah Lamont Battle and his students who erroneously claim there is Ijmā (consensus) that silence does not indicate approval, nor does it negate it. They conveniently omit the rest of the principle that specify instances where a person's silence in time when clarity is needed does, in fact, indicate his approval or dissaproval, as the case may be.

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 Shaykh ʿAbd al-Raḥmān as- Ṣa ʿidī (died 1376H.) stated in his summarized treatise on fiqh principles:

“Principle number 11: An opinion is not attributed to a silent person, except if that person remains silent at the time where clarification is sought.