Sayyid Qutb and the Aqidah of the Raafidah: Part 4 - Mahmood Shakir's Defence of the Companions Against the Attacks of Sayyid Qutb - Fourth Installment - Takfir of Abu Sufyan|
Wednesday, January 13 2010 - by Admin
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Mahmood Shakir Refuting and Establishing the Hujjah Upon The Propounders of the aqidah of the Rafidah of Hatred and Revilement of the Companions
Mahmood Shakir wrote five articles in defence of the Companions of Allaah's Messenger (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam). Four of them appeared in the magazine "al-Muslimoon" which was edited by Sa'eed Ramadan al-Misree, who was one of the prominent figureheads of al-Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen, and the fifth was published in "ar-Risaalah", a magazine by Ahmad Hasan az-Zayyaat. These are the five articles:
Do Not Revile My Companions! Fourth Installment
لا تسبوا أصحابي للأستاذ محمود محمد شاكر
"Do Not Revile my Companions" by Mahmood Muhammad Shakir [A Refutation of Sayyid Qutb]
Also from the examples that Mahmood Shakir brings of the malice and hatreds of the idolatrous western civilisation manifesting explosively, in the heart of one who proclaims defense of Islaam and Jihad in its path, is the following, regarding Abu Sufyaan (radiallaahu anhu), the father of Mu'aawiyah:
أبو سفيان هو ذلك الرجل الذي لقي الإسلام منه والمسلمون ما حفلت به صفحات التاريخ ، والذي لم يسلم إلا وقد تقررت غلبة الإسلام ؛ فهو إسلام الشفة واللسان ، لا إيمان القلب والوجدان ، وما نفذ الإسلام إلى قلب ذلك الرجل؛ فلقد ظل يتمنى هزيمة المسلمين ويستبشر لها في يوم حنين ، وفي قتال المسلمين والروم فيما بعد ، بينما يتظاهر بالإسلام ، ولقد ظلت العصبية الجاهلية تسطير على فؤاده ... وقد كان سفيان يحقد على الإسلام والمسلمين ، فما تعرض فرصة للفتنة إلا انتهزها
Abu Sufyan is that man from whom Islam and the Muslims met (i.e. suffered) with whatever has been collected in the pages of history, and [he is] the one who did not accept Islam except after its dominance was established, and thus it is the Islam of the lip and tongue, not the eemaan of the heart and emotion. And Islam did not penetrate the heart of that man, for he remained craving for the defeat of the Muslims and rejoicing about it on the day of Hunayn and [likewise] in the fighting of the Muslims and Romans in what occurred afterwards, all the while he outwardly proclaims Islam, and the Jaahiliyy partisanship dominated his heart ... and Sufyan used to harbor malice against Islam and the Muslims, never did an opportunity for (creating) tribulation (arise) except that he seized it.
As you can see this speech contains the negation of Islaam from Abu Sufyaan (radiallaahu anhu).