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A Chapter on the Dispraise of Al Hawaa

A Chapter on the Dispraise of Al Hawaa

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From The Treasures of Ibnul Qayyim (1)
 A Chapter On
The Dispraise of 
 Al-Hawaa
(Lowly Desire)
By Imaam Ibnul Qayyim Al-Jawziyyah
Appended With
Warning
The
Muslims
Against
Deviant Creeds
And
Methodologies
[The First Revised Edition]
Prepared by Saleh As-Saleh
 
info@calgaryislam.com
 
2
www.calgaryislam.com
 
All Praise is due to Allaah. We praise Him, and seek His help and forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allaah, Most High, from the evils of our own selves and from our wickeddeeds. Whomever Allaah guides cannot be misguided, and whomever He leads astraycannot be guided. I testify that there is no true God worthy of being worshipped exceptAllaah, alone, without partner or associate. I further testify thatMuhammad is His slave and Messenger ().
1
May Allaah's
 salaah
 and
 salaam
also be granted to the Prophet's pure family and to all of his noblecompanions.
 ___________________________________________________________________ 
(Sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam):
The
 salaah
and
 salaam
of Allaah be upon His
 
Prophet Muhammad. The
 salaah
of Allaah upon Prophet Muhammad is His Praise of theProphet before the angels who are close to (but below) Allaah, the Most High, who
istawaa
(ascended) upon His
'arsh
(Throne), which is above the seven heavens, in a manner that suitsHis Majesty. The angels also praise the Prophet (41). The
 salaam
is Allaah's safeguarding of the Prophet () from deficiencies and any kind of evil, and the protection of the Message withwhich he was entrusted. When the Muslim says
(sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam),
he invokesAllaah to grant His Praise and Security to Prophet Muhammad and the protection of theMessage of Islaam which was revealed to him (). [See Ibnul Qayyim's
 AJhaam fee Fadlis-Salaati-wa-Salaam 'alaa Muharnmadin Khairil Anaam,
[Damascus, Syria: Daar ibn Katheer,and Al-Madeenah, Saudi Arabia: Daar at-Turaath, 1408/1988], p. 128.
 

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