Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Ending Reading Al-Quran With Shadaqallahul Adzhiim

Shaykh Muhammad al-Albani Nashiruddin

Shaykh Muhammad al-Albani Nashiruddin asked: "What do you think people who put an end to reading the Quran with (saying) 'Shadaqallahul' Adzhiim? ' Is this sentence no basis in Shari'ah? And if the person who Pronounce it can be said as an expert heresy? "

An answer.
We have no doubt, that this habit (say 'Shadaqallahul' Adzim after reading Al-Quran) is included which was held heretical inventions, which are not found in the As-righteous ones.

And noteworthy that heresy in religion should not be there. Because heresy to its origin is unknown (unknown). Although heresy was sometimes accepted in society and are considered good, but he still called a heretic a heretic.

As hinted by Abdullah ibn Umar.

"Meaning: Every innovation is misguide, even if humans looked good".

Speech: "Shadaqallahul 'Adzhiim (It is true what God has spoken to Spirit) is a beautiful expression and correct, as the word of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala.

"Which means: And who is more correct than his words of God?"
[An-Nisa: 122]

But if every time we read ten verses later followed by reading Shadaqallahul Adzhiim, I am afraid that one day reading Shadaqallahul Adzhiim after reading the verses of the Quran to be like reading shalawat after the call to prayer.

Others of them mensyariatkan readings are based on the word of God Subahanahu wa Ta'ala.

"It means: Say; Shadaqallah (It is true what was spoken)" [Aal 'Imraan: 95]

They are like the people who allow remembrance by reading: God ... God .... God [1], with (arguments) the word of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala.

"It means: Say: Allah ...." [Ar-Ra'd: 16]

Then the word of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala: "Say: It is true (what He said) God" can not serve as proof of permitted say 'Shadaqallahul Adzhiim after finished reading the Quran.

[Dislain of the Book Majmu'ah Fataawa Al-Madina Al-Munawarrah edition Indonesia Fatwa Fatwa Albani.Fatwa-Albani, p. 37-38, Library At-Tawheed]
Foote Notes.
[1] Ie the Sufis or  etc misguided, but there is no argument at all for what they preach, that is about permitted dhikr with pronunciation: 'God' alone, as shown clearly for those who pay attention to the way the verse that they bring as proof-pent-


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