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Sunday, July 3, 2011

WHERE IS ALLAH(OPINION OF SCHOLERS) 1

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(35) Ones who believe that Allah is in His creation, that He is everywhere.

(36) Riyadh Al-Jannah bi-Takhrij Usool As-Sunnah by Ibn Abi Zamanin (p.88)

(37) Riyadh Al-Jannah (p.106)

(38) Al-Uluw by Adh-Dhahabi (p.264)

(39) Sharh Usool I`tiqad Ahl AsSunnah by Al-Lalikai (3 / 387-388)

(40) Al Uluw by Adh-Dhahabi (p.246)

(41) The Jahmiyyah said that “Istawa” on the Throne means “IstawLa” on the Throne, which means: conquered or overcame the Throne.

(42) Aqawil Ath-Thiqat by Mar`I Al-Karami (p.90) ; Lawame` Al-Anwar Al-Bahiyah by Abu Al-`Awn Al-Isfaraini (1 /196- 197) (43) Kitab Al-Arsh by Adh-Dhahabi (2 / 345-346) ; Al-Uluw ( p.243)


(44) Kitab Al-Arsh (2 /341) ; Siyar A`lam An-Nubala (17 / 656) ; Al-Uluw (p.248)

(45) Aqidat As-Salaf wa Ashab Al-Hadeeth by As-Sabuni ( p.44) ; Kitab Al-Arsh by Adh-Dhahabi (2 /350)

(46) At-Tamheed Lima Fi Al-Muwatta min Al-Ma`ani wal Asanid by Ibn Abdel Barr (7 /129)

(47) Al-Istidhkar by Ibn Abdel Bar (2 /148)




(48) Sharh As-Sunnah by Al-Husain Al-Baghawi (1 / 169-171)

(49) Al-Intisar fi Ar-Rad `Ala Al-Mu`tazilah Al-Qadariyah Al-Ashrar by Al-`Amrani (2 /607)

(50) Ithbat Sifat Al-Uluw by Ibn Qudamah Al-Maqdisi (p. 63)

(51) Kitab Al-Arsh by Adh-Dhahabi (2 /342) , Ad-Dhahabi said – after mentioning the verses of poetry by Al-Karji on Allah’s Elevation on the Throne - : “Currently there are copies of it there, from it is a copy with the handwriting of Shaikh Taqi Ad-Deen Ibn As-Salah, at the begining of it is written: ‘This is the Creed of Ahl Assunnah and Ashab Al-Hadeeth’, with his handwriting – Rahimahullah-.” ; Adh-Dhahabi mentioned the same in his book “AL-Uluw” when speaking about the poetry of Al- Karji.

(52) Kitab Al-Arsh and Al-Uluw by Adh-Dhahabi.

(53) Al-Asna Fi Sharh Asma’ Allah Al-Husna by Al-Qurtubi (2 /132)




(54) What Al-Qurtubi rahimahullah meant by direction ( jiha) is the word: fawq (above), he didn’t mean that they used the word “direction” but they used the word “ above” meaning the direction above, so the meaning of his statement is: “And the first Salaf –May Allah be pleased with them- did not negate that Allah is above, nor did they utter that He is not above, Rather, they, and the rest, uttered in affirmation of aboveness for Allah –Ta`ala.”, and this interpretation is in accordance with what we have provided from the authentic statements of the Salaf in this article.

(55) Jame` Li-Ahkam Al-Quran by al-Qurtubi (9 /239)

(56) Kitab Al-Arsh by Adh-Dhahabi (2 /5)

(57) Al-Adhamah by Abu Ash-Shaykh Al-Asbahani (2 /460)

(58) Siyar A’lam Nubala by Adh-Dhahabi (12/202), and Al- Uluw by Dahabi (p. 191) , with a good chain.

(59) `Aridat Al-Ahwathi Sharh Sahih At-Tirmidhi by Abu Bakr Ibn Al-Arabi (3 /166)... He is not Ibn Arabi who advocated the belief in whdat al-wujud