Chapter Fourteen: The Nasibis belief in Iman
The Nasibi ruling that having sex with one’s mother and murdering one’s father does not lessens one’s faith
We read in Tarikh Baghdad, Volume 13 page 378:
Wakee narrated that Sufyan al-Thawri, Shurayk, al-Hassan bin Saleh, Ibn Abi Layla gathered and invited Abu Hanfia. When Abu Hanifa arrived, they asked: ‘What is your opinion about a man who killed his father, had sexual intercourse with his mother and drank alcohol in his father’s skull?’ He replied: ‘He is Momin’.
Now ponder over the reply from the Imam of the Deobandis such as the Nawasib of Sipah e Sahaba! If someone has sex with his mother his faith remains unaffected! There are different levels of one being a Muslim – based on one’s actions. A Fasiq is a transgressor, a Fajir is one who commits debauchery – both are Muslim in that they proclaim the Shahada but so disgraceful are their actions that they fall in to these categories. A true sincere believer is a Momin. If copulating with one’s mother and killing ones father is the act of a Momin (a sincere believer) what does one need to do to become a Fasiq or Fajir? Are these examples a Momin? Notice the Nasibi contradiction here, those who disrespect the Sahaba are kaffir whereas those who sleep with their mothers, kill their fathers making trophies out of their skulls are Momin – the top rank of believer.
Another Nasibi example of one being ‘Momin’
We read in Tarikh Baghdad, Volume 13 page 372:
Al-Harith bin Umair said: ‘I heard a man asking Abu Hanifa in the mosque about a man saying: ‘I testify that Kaaba is true, but I don’t know if it is the one which situated in Makka’. He (Abu Hanifa) replied: ‘He is a true believer [Momin Haqqa]‘. Then he asked him about a man saying: ‘I testify that Muhammad bin Abdullah is a prophet but I don’t know if he is the one whose grave is in Madina’. He (Abu Hanifa) replied: ‘He is a true believer [Momin Haqqa]‘.
Nasibi belief that Muslims can worship a shoe
We read in Tarikh Baghdad, Volume 15 page 509:
Yahya bin Saeed said: ‘Abu Hanifa said that if anyone worships this shoe in order to get close to Allah (swt), it is not a sin’.
- Defining a Nasibi
- The Ahl’ul Sunnah wa’ al Jamaah fatwa on the Nasibi cult
- The Nasibis slander of the Quran
- The Nasibi slander against Allah (swt)
- The Nasibi attack on the Prophet (pbuh)
- Nasibi disrespect of Ahlulbayt (as)
- The Nasibi attack on the wives of the Prophet (s)
- The Nasibi assault on the companions (Sahaba) of the Prophet (sa)
- Nasibis extolling their scholars whilst disgracing Prophets (as)
- Nasibis proudly portray their caliphs and scholars to be homosexual and child molesters
- Nasibi belief to abandon actual Islamic practices in opposition to the Shias
- The Nasibis belief in Iman
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