Lies Revealed by Realities
In this chapter we intend to reveal to every sane freeman, who left fanaticism and uncovered the veils and obscurity out of his sight and insight for attaining to guidance and truth, and tell him that all heads and Imams of Ahl al-Sunnah have explicity contradicted the Prophetic sunnah, descerting it deliberately and voluntarily. So no Muslim should be lured with the false flattery uttered here and there, having no clear evidence and no express proof.
By exposing these facts, we never intend to claim or add anything or charge against the, other than what is mentioned by them in their Sihah, reference and history books. Some of these realities have been cited hastily, and we feel necessary to elaborate more, to see the guidance sun rise and deviation clouds disperse, and darkness being subtituted by light.
Repetition is not devoid of benefits, as it is said, and the reader may be interested in diversity, the style we learned from the holy Qur'an, as it has cited the story of Moses and that Jesus in many surahs with different styles, one supporting the other.
We intend to refer to the Imams and magnates, whom Ahl al-Sunnah follow and refer to as being the foremost in knowledge and fiqh, prefering them over Pure Imams among the Household of the chosen Prophet (S). We will disgraced some Sahabah who are known worlwide of being plunged in debauchery and licentiousness, and too far from spirit and morals of Islam, like: Mu'awiyah and his son Yazid, 149 Ibn al-As, Ibn Marwan and Ibn Shu'bah and others.
If we traverse some of the Sunni Arab and Islamic States, we will be encounted with people remembering and glorifying these men, streets being called by their names, and books written in regard of their ingenuity, well-done policy and legitimacy of their caliphate. However, we do not waste time in citing facts about them, and uncover their defeats, being satisfied with that revealed by some freemen among historians and thinkers.
But we intend to refere to those Imams known of uprightness, justice (asceticism) and piety, who were magnates of Ahl al-Sunnah, to better realize how they have changed the Prophet's Sunnah, disseminating among the Ummah heresies that created disunity and misguidance, destroying the towering edifice that the Messenger has erected and spent all his life toiling and striving for safeguarding and reinforming it.
From among the magnates of Ahl al-Sunnah, I have selected twelve personalities, having influential role in the course of events, alternating the ensigns of religion, and sharing in segregating and scattering the Ummah.
149. In al-Tabaqat al-kubra, vol. v, p. 47, Ibn Sa'd has repoted from 'Abd Allah ibn hanzalah (Ghasil al-Mala'ikah ), his saying: By God we have never revolt against Yazid but only after fearing to be pelted with stones from the sky. He is a man marrying mothers, daughters and sisters, imbibing wine, forsaking the prayers. By God, had Ibeen alone I would have caused him a good trivulation from Allah.!
Adapted from the book: "The Shi'ah; The Real Followers of the Sunnah" by: "Dr. Muhamad al-Tijahi al-Samawi"
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