Sayyid Qutb and Cultivation Upon Sufism, Tasawwuf and Its Works: Part 2
Wednesday, July 07 2010 - by Admin
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Sayyid Qutb and the Books of the Heretical Sufis

To the right is Salaah al-Khaalidee's (من الميلاد إلى الإستشهاد) "From Birth to Martyrdom" a biography of Qutb. This is a second edition print from 1994CE.

We have established and documented in previous articles that Sayyid Qutb was gulping down Western materialist philosophies, along with his teacher, al-Aqqaad, for 15 years (see here), and he was influenced by Marxist-Socialism, as well as Lenin's manifesto ("What is to be done?") for executing that Socialism, the revolution led by a small vanguard. Read from the biography of Qutb by Salaah al-Khaalidee regarding those early years of Qutb in this article here. And then you can read of Qutb's Marxist-Socialist-Communist defilement upon Islaam in this article here. And then you can also learn of Qutb's borrowing his revolutionary manifesto from secular atheist Jews in this article here, and then you can also learn of the predecessor of Sayyid Qutb, Marx, Lenin and Engels in revolution (who coincidentally also functioned out of Egypt) that is Abdullah bin Saba' in this article here - and alongside this, you should also understand that Qutb plotted the July 1952 socialist revolution which led to Jamal Abdul-Nasser coming into power, in his own home. In addition to all of the above, we see Qutb propounding a medley of major innovations in his works, those of the Raafidah, Jahmiyyah, Mu'tazilah, Ash'ariyyah, what is worse than the aqidah of the Khawaarij, statements of the people of Wahdat ul-Wujood, the aqidah of the Jabariyyah, and so on (see this series here).

We have documented all of this in separate articles purely as a matter of record, and in order to give a fuller picture, we now have a look at the nurturing Qutb received as a child and youth. On page 65 of al-Khaalidee's books, he speaks about Qutb's interest in and appetite for books and states in the course of this discussion:

From the books of his library were: Qisas Abi Zayd, and az-Zayr Saalim, and Kulayb, and Diyaab bin Ghaanim and az-Zanaatee Khaleefah, and al-Burdah, and Seerah Ibraaheem ad-Dusooqee, and as-Sayyid al-Badawi, and Abdul-Qaadir al-Jeelaanee, and Dalaa'il al-Khayraat and Du'aa Nisf ash-Sha'baan.

Some of the books mentioned are biographies of some of the Sufi saints that are worshipped in Egypt with the Major Shirk, such as al-Badawi where 2 million flock to his tomb in Tanta every year. Also there is al-Burdah, a famous piece of Sufi poetry in which there are statements opposing Tawhid, and likewise Dalaa'il al-Khayraat in which there are recommendations for soliciting and asking for intercession from the Prophet (alayhis salaam) directly.

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