Kitāb al-milal wa-al-niḥal: Book of religious and philosophical sects / by Muhammad al-Sharastāni [sic] ; Now first edited from the collation of several mss. by the. Description. The Kitāb al-milal wa-l-niḥal is a comprehensive survey of the Muslim and non-Muslim religious and intellectual groupings known in. Articles tagged with “al-Milal wan-Nihal” RSS Feed Century Ash’ari (d. H): Abu al-Hasan al-Ash’ari United With the Kullaabis After Leaving the Mu’tazilah.

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Shaykh Rashaad al Hubaishi. Shaykh Khalid ad Dhufayree. Shaykh Abdullah Adh Dhufaree. And al-Ash’ari united with this faction [the Kullaabiyyah], so he supported their saying through the methodologies of speculative theological [discourse], and then that became a madhhab for Ahl us-Sunnah wal-Jamaa’ah [meaning, the Ash’aris], and then the label of “Sifaatiyyah Affimers of the Attributes ” transferred to the Ash’ariyyah.

Shaykh Mishary bin Rashid Al-Afasy. Everything has been collected from free internet sources.

Imam Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahab. And [also] the likes of Ahmad bin Hanbal rahimahullaahSufyan ath-Thawree and Dawud bin Aliyy al-Asfahaani, and whoever followed them. Shaykh Badr ibn Ali Al Utaybi.

Please consider making a voluntary donation to a Masjid near you. Shaykh Rabee Bin Zakaria. Shaykh Abdullah bin Muhammad al Khanin.

Shaykh Salih bin Muhammad Al Luhaydhan. Shaykh Dr Aasim Al Qaryooti.

Al Milal wal Nihal (1/2) الملل والنحل , By: Al Shahrastani

Shaykh Hamood al Tuwaijiri. Shaykh Adil ibn Tahir al Muqbil. Shaykh Hasan Muhammad Al Mashaat. Shaykh Saud Ash Shuraim. Please make Du’a for us if you find this e-library useful 5. Shaykh Waleed al Saeedan. Until the time came upon [the likes of] Abdullaah bin Sa’eed al-Kullaabi [d.


Shaykh Muhammad Amaan al-Jaami. Imam Abdullah Muhammad al Zarqaanee. So the Early Ash’aris affirmed Allaah is above the ThroneHimself, with His Essence whilst negating Jismiyyah from Him – and this was the view of Ibn Kullaab which he held, and he had strong refutations against the Jahmiyyah and Mu’tazilah in this regard.

Shaykh Fahad al Fuhayd. So the hallmark of their creed was to reject the attributes tied to Allaah’s will such as istiwaaNuzoolanger, pleasure and so on, which are those actions Allaah is not always described with.

Shaykh Abdul Qaadir al-Junayd. Shaykh Haani bin Ali bin Bareek. Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Ramzaan al-Haajiree. Shaykh Mahir Al Muaiqely. Qafila Dawat-o-Jihaad by Ameer Hamza. Shaykh Ali Al Herran.

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Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Khalifah al-Tamimi. Shaykh Abu Hamza Al Masri.

As for ash-Shahrastani claiming that the likes of the Ibn Kullaab and his followers aided the beliefs of the Salaf – then they were from people of ureu that the Salaf condemned, and milsl-wan likes of Ibn Kullaab rejected Nihall attributes tied to His will and power, and their position regarding Allaah’s speech Kalaam and the Qur’an followed on from this that Allaah’s speech is “kalam nafsee” only and the the Qur’an is a quotation of that “kalam nafsee” and that the Qur’an we have in our presence is created.


Shaykh Salih bin Fawzan al Fawzan. The book provides details of various milsl-wan, sects and groups and in this article we want to document, from this Ash’ari source, that Abu al-Hasan al-Ash’ariafter debating with some of his teachers on an issue, united with the Kullaabiyyahwho were the followers of Ibn Kullaab al-Qattaan al-Basri. Shaykh Muhammad Muhadis Ghondalvi.

Shaykh Muhammad bin Abdul Wahab al Mlal-wan. Shaykh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais. Shaykh Ali Muhammad Al Dhbaa. Shaykh Adnan Abdul Qadir. Shaykh Abdul Hameed Rahmani. Shaykh Dr Ahmad Rashid. Shaykh Anees Al Musabi. Shaykh Abdul Azeez Al Fawzan. Imam Ahmad Bin Shaheen H Shaykh Salem bin Saad al Taweed. Shaykh Uthmaan al Khamees. Hall Carl Marks Carol L. This also influenced their rejection of Allaah speaking according to His will and power, and led to the formulation of the idea of “kalam nafsee” – which al-Ash’ari took from the Kullaabiyyah.