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Definition Major Shirk

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  • 1. The Definition of Major Shirk www.SalafyInk.com ______________________________________________________________________________________ The Definition of Major Shirk Author: Sheikh Zaid Bin Muhammad Ibn Haadee Al-Madkhalee [hafidhahullaah] Source: Al-Iqdul Munaddad Al-Jadeed Fil Ijaabati Ala Masaa'ili Fil Fiqhi wa Manaahij wat-Tawheed Compiled and Prepared by: Fawwaaz Ibn Alee Ibn Alee Al-Madkhaalee [hafidhahullah] Translator: Abu Ukkaashaa Shaakir ____________________________________________________ Question: quot;Indeed (you mentioned that) the definition of Shirkul Akbar [Major Shirk] is: that one makes for Allaah a Niddan [equal, peer, partner] supplicating to it just as they supplicate to Allaah. Or (that they) fear it or place their hope in it, or love it as they love Allaah. Or (that they) do an action for it, from the actions of ibaadah (worship).quot; So what is the meaning of the definition that you previously mentioned? Answer: Meaning that the Mukallif [the one who is entrusted with the responsibility for establishing tawheed and obedience in his life] makes for Allaah an equal from amongst His creation so that he directs something from the acts of ibaadah (worship) to it which is not permissible to be directed towards [anyone/anything] except for Allaah alone. Like Du'aa [supplication], Rajaa [hope], Hubb [love] and other than it from amongst the categories of worship.quot; _____________________________________________________________________ 1

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