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My Father's Statement

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... Amongst [some of] the other things I wanted to mention here is the propaganda campaign of lies those people unleashed. My aim in this is to give the reader the facts about those people. They were spreading rumours that my father, may Allāh protect him, who joined in part of the debate, approved of Shaykh Nāsir's [al-Albānī] views, and was opposed to mine. I could not keep silent about such rumors because if I did, it would be used by them to try and attract more people to their crooked way [of lā madhhabiyya]. They would resort to saying that the scholar of Damascus, Shaykh Mullā al-Būtī, my father, agreed with them.

My Father's Statement
Shaykh Muhammad Sa`īd Ramadān al-Būtī

The Radiance of His Face and Luminescence of His Countenance

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Of all people, the Prophet salallāhu `alayhi wa-ālihi wa-sallam had the most beautiful face, and the brightest countenance. All of the Sahāba who described the Messenger of Allāh salallāhu `alayhi wa-ālihi wa-sallam agreed that his face was bright and radiant, and shone with resplendent light, and clear brilliance. Some of them compared the brilliance of his salallāhu `alayhi wa-ālihi wa-sallam light to the sun, others to the moon. Some of them likened the shining light of his face to the beams of the moon. All of this confirms for us the clear radiance of his face, and his dazzling luminescence salallāhu `alayhi wa-ālihi wa-sallam.









The Radiance of His Face and Luminescence of His Countenance
Imam `Abdallah Sirajuddin al-Husayni

Properly Understanding Metaphor and Ascription

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Logical Metaphor and Its Use

There is no doubt that figurative speech is used in the Book and the Sunnah. From that, are the words of the Exalted:


"And when our verses are recited to them, they increase them in faith.'' (al-Anfāl; 2)

Linking the increase to the verses here is figurative because (in reality), they are a cause for the increase. It is Allah alone that actually increases it (the faith).


Also, the statement of the Exalted:


"A day that shall make the young grey haired." (al-Muzammil; 17)


Properly Understanding Metaphor and Ascription
Shaykh Muhammad ibn ‘Alawī al-Mālikī al-Hasanī

   

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