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Explanation of a Summary of al-Aqeedatul-Hamawiyyah of Ibn Tamiyyah

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Explanation of a Summary of al-Aqeedatul-Hamawiyyah of Ibn Tamiyyah

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Translator:
Aboo az-Zubayr
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208

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Description from the publisher: Author: Imaam Muhammad Ibn Saaleh al-'Uthaymeen Paperback: 208 Pgs including glossary & preview of next publication. All praise and thanks are due to Allaah. We praise Him, seek His help and His forgiveness. We seek refuge with Allaah from the evils of our own selves and from our bad deeds. Whomever Allaah guides, none can misguide him and whomever He misguides, there is no guide for him. I testify that nothing deserves worship except Allaah alone, with no partner and I testify that Muhammad is His servant and Messenger – may Allaah send prayers upon him, his family, and his companions. As for the following: Allaah has sent Muhammad (Sallallaahu 'alayhi wa Sallam) with guidance and the true religion. He sent him as a mercy to the world, as an example for the workers, and as a proof against all the servants. He (Muhammad) fulfilled the trust, conveyed the message, advised the Ummah, and he clarified for the people all of what they need regarding the foundations of their religion as well as its detailed matters. He left no good except that he clarified it and encouraged it, and he left no evil but that he warned the Ummah from it so much so that he left his Ummah upon a clear, white path – its night as clear as its day. His companions traversed this path, shining and radiant. Afterwards, the best generations took it from them in the same state until oppression frowned upon them with the darkness of various innovations by which the innovators conspired against Islaam and its people. The people then wandered in confusion purposelessly, and they began building their ‘Aqeedah beliefs upon a spider’s web