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The Path Of Sunnat

The Path of Sunnat

The Path of Sunnat

The Path Of Sunnat

By Shaykh Sarfraz Khan Safdar (r.a)

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THE PATH OF SUNNAT

CHAPTER ONE

The discussion on the proofs and evidences in the Shariah

Many, many thanks and appreciations are expressed unto Allaah Ta’ala that He has made us amongst mankind. After having created us amongst mankind, He has further endowed us with the blessing of being Muslims. Further to this, He has granted us the everlasting favour of being amongst the Ummat of the Greatest of all creation, Hadhrat Muhammad Mustafa p. If we ever contemplate expressing our Shukr (gratefulness) for the innumerable bounties bestowed upon us by Allaah Rabbul Izzat, then not only will this be impossible, it is something beyond our capabilities. In fact, we are truly unable to even count the favours bestowed upon us. Allaah Ta’ala states in the Qur’aan Majeed,

“If you (try to) count the blessings of Allaah (bestowed upon you o man!), you will never be able to enumerate

them. ”

The Qur^aan Kareem is an everlasting statute, fully encompassing way of life and a complete guide for practice

The Ulama of Jurisprudence have stated four sources of principle, proof and evidences in the Shariah: The Qur’aan Majeed, Sunnat, Ijma and Qiyaas. In fact, Ijma and Qiyaas are directly related to and derived from the Qur v aan Majeed and Sunnat.

Insofar as the principles for the guidance of this universe are concerned, there are two parts. The first part comprises an all-encompassing principle, that which is immutable, unchanging, which has obligatory laws and practices, which is free from the contamination of man, whose words are protected, and which is an everlasting source of guidance for all creation. The name of this fountainhead and source of guidance is — Wahi Matloo or the Qur’aan Majeed.

The true Math-hab or Deen (religion) is that one whose basis and foundation stems from truth. It is that whereby a differentiation can be made between good and evil beliefs, actions and character. It is also that whereby internal and external reformation can be effected thereby saving one from the punishment. It is that whose principles, together with being definitive are so complete and concise that they suffice for all worldly and Deeni needs. Allaah Ta’ala, The Creator of Fitrat (inherent qualities) has kept the foundation and basis of Islaam on Fitrat. Regarding this, Allaah Ta’ala mentions in the Qur’aan Majeed:

The true Deen (religion) is that one which operates on a definitive path chalked out by Allaah Ta’ala, and every true and proper Fitrat bows its head in acceptance to it. It is not something which is formulated (by man) and man has no intervention therein. A trait of a false and incorrect religion is that its basis is the results of whims, fancies and opinions. It has no truck or relation with Fitrat. It projects outer facade of attraction, whereas it is devoid of guidance.

 

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A DETAILED BOOK BY A VERY WELL REKNOWNED SCHOLAR FROM PAKISTAN EXPLAINING THE TRUE MEANING OF SUNNAH AND BID’AH. ALSO CLARIFIES THE MISCONCEPTIONS REGARDING THIS SENSITIVE MATTER IN DETAIL ANSWERING ALL THE BASIC QUESTIONS OF THE READER.

By Shaykh Sarfraz Khan Safdar (r.a)

Hayat ul Sahabah by Shaykh Muhammad Yusuf Kandhelvi (r.a)

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