6. Muslim or Mushrik (Al-Ikhlas) - Faris Abu Ismail
6. Al-Ikhlas (Arabic: سورة الإخلاص) (The Fidelity), aka At-tawhid (سورة التوحيد) (Monotheism) ute unity, consisting of 4 ayat. Al-Ikhlas means "the purity" or "the refining",...
6. Al-Ikhlas (Arabic: سورة الإخلاص) (The Fidelity), aka At-tawhid (سورة التوحيد) (Monotheism) ute unity, consisting of 4 ayat. Al-Ikhlas means "the purity" or "the refining", meaning to remain pure and faithful or a state of purging one's soul of non-Islamic beliefs, such as paganism and polytheism.In this Deen legal terms (al-Asmaa‟ ash-Shar‟iyyah) are used for a person when they apply to him. A person will be called according to the deed which he does - by consensus, rationally, linguistically in all languages and according to the law of Islam. Hence, he who drinks will be called drinker, he who commits adultery will be called adulterer. He who worships something other than Allah will be called “worshipper of something other than Allah” (these expressions have been chosen in order to bring the reader closer to the meaning of these words in Arabic). Thus, he who commits Shirk will be called Mushrik and he who commits Kufr will be called Kaafir. One should not become puzzled concerning the matter of “Takfeer”. It is only possible to call someone a Kaafir after he has received the Message – upon this the Ahl us-Sunnah wal-Jama‟a are in agreement. Presentation of "Ahl Sunnah Wel Jemah TV" (ASWJ TV) and "STUDIO SABER". Based on the book by Abu Hamzah al-Afghani hatib of Sahaba Masjid in Vienna.Presented by Faris Abu Ismail produced and directed by Sayfullah Hanbal Abdul-Wahhab. 30.07.2009. Melbourne Australia.
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