Question:
How have the scholars of Islam stood up against Wahhabis’ beliefs?

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Answer:
After appearance of ibn Taymiyah’s thoughts, the founder of the school of Wahhabis, by Muhammad ibn Abdul- Wahhab till now, the scholars of Islam including Shia and Sunni have seriously stood up against this sect and written many books to reject their thoughts. Some of their books are as follows: 1- “Aal Saud, Min Ayn wa Ila Ayn?”, Muhammad Sakhar, printed by Dar al- Qasim; 2- “Wahhabism Ritual”, Shaykh Ja’far Subhani; 3- “ibn Taymiyah Hayatah wa Aqa’idah”, Sa’ib Abdul- Hamid; 4- “ibn Taymiyah fi Suratah al- Haqiqatah”, Sa’ib Abdul- Hamid; 5- “ibn Taymiyah and Ali’s Imamate”, Sayyid Ali Husayni Milani; 6- “Ithaf Ahl al- Zaman bi Akhbar Muluk Tunis wa Ahd al- Aman”, Ahmad ibn Abi al- Ziyyaf, this book is for rejecting Wahhabism; 7- “Akhta’ ibn Taymiyah fi Haq Rasul Allah (s.a.w.) wa Ahl Baytah”, Sayyid Sharif Doctor Mahmud Sayyid Sabih; 8- “Izahah al- Ghay fi al- Radd Ala Abdul- Hayy”, Sayyid Ali ibn Hasan Askari, this book is for rejecting the book “Al- Sirat al- Mustaqim” of Abdul- Hayy and there is discussion about mourning for Sayyid al- Shuhada [Imam Husayn] (a.s.); 9- “Izahah al- Waswasah An Taqbil al- I’tab al- Muqadasah”, Shaykh Abdullah Mamqani; 10- “Azhaq al- Batil”, Imam al- Haramayn Mirza Muhammad ibn Abdul- Wahhab Aal Davud Hamdani; 11- “Asl al- Islam wa Haqiqatah al- Tawhid”, Muhammad ibn Abdullah Masudi; 12- “Izhar al- Uquq miman Man’ al- Tawasul bil- Nabi wa al- Wali al- Saduq”, Shaykh Mushrifi Maliki Jazayiri; 13- “I’tirazat Ala ibn Taymiyah”, Ahmad ibn Ibrahim Saruti Hanafi; 14- “A’lam al- Nabil bi Jawaz al- Taqbil”, Abul- Fazl Abdullah ibn Muhammad Sidiq Ghamari; 15- “Akmal al- Sunnah fi Naqz Minhaj al- Sunnah”, Sayyid Mahdi ibn Salih Musawi Qazvini; 16- “Akmal al- Munah fi Naqz Minhaj al- Sunnah”, Siraj al- Din Hasan ibn Isa Yamani; 17- “Al- Ajwabah al- Najdiyah An al- As’alah al- Najdiyah”, ibn al- Safarini Hanbali; 18- “Al- Ajwabah An al- As’alah al- Hindiyah”, Nu’man ibn Mahmud known as ibn al- Alusi; 19- “Al- Adilah al- Qat’iyah Ala Adam Mashru’iyah al- Dawlah al- Saudiayh”, Muhammad ibn Abdullah al- Mas’ari; 20- “Al- Arz wa al- Turbah al- Husayniyah”, Shaykh Muhammad Husayn Aal Kashif al- Ghata’; 21- “Al- Istishraq wa Aal Saud”, Doctor Ahmad Abdul- Hamid Gharab, printed by Dar al- Qasim; 22- “Al- Islam al- Saudi al- Mamsukh”, Sayyid Talib Khurasan; 23- “Al- Islam wa al- Iman fi al- Radud Ala al- Wahhabiyah”, Husayn Hilmi; 24- “Al- Islam wa al- Wathniyah al- Saudiyah”, Fahad Qahtani; 25- “Al- Usul al- Arba’ah fi Tardid al- Wahhabiyah”, Muhammad Hasan Jan Sahib Sarhand; 26- “Al- Aqwal al- Marziyah fi Radd Ala Wahhabiyah”, Faqih Atakasm Damishqi Hanafi; 27- “Al- Imamah al- Kubra wa al- Khilafah al- Uzma”, Sayyid Hasan Qazvini Ha’iri, this book is for rejecting Minhaj al- Sunnah of ibn Taymiyah; 28- “Al- Intisar lil- awliya’ al- Abrar”, Shaykh Tahir Sanbal Hanafi, this book is about the permission of seeking blessing from the Prophet (s.a.w.); 29- “Al- Insaf wa al- Intisaf li- Ahl al- Haq Min al- Israf fi al- Radd Ala ibn Taymiyah al- Hanbali al- Harrani”, this book has been written in the year 757 A.H. and a version of that is available in the library of Astan Quds Razawi; 30- “Al- Awraq al- Baghdayah fi al- Jawabat al- Najdiyah”, Shaykh Ibrahim Sarawi Baghdadi; 31- “Al- Ayat al- Bayyinat fi Qam’ al- Bad’ wa al- Zilalat”, Shaykh Muhammad Husayn Kashif al- Ghata’, a part of this book is for rejecting Wahhabism with the name “Risalah Naqz Fatawi al- Wahhabiyah”; 32- “Al- Ayat al- Jalilah fi Radd Shubahat al- Wahhabiyah:, Shaykh Murtiza Kashif al- Ghata’; 33- “Al- Barahin al- Jaliyyah fi Daf’ Shubahat al- Wahhabiyah”, Sayyid Muhammad Hasan Qazvini; 34- “Al- Barahin al- Jaliyyah fi Zilal ibn Taymiyah”, Sayyid Hasan Sadr Kazimi; 35- “Al- Barahin al- Sati’ah”, Shaykh Salamah Azami; 36- “Al- Bara’ah Min al- Ikhtilaf”, Shaykh Ali Zayn al- Din Sudani, this book is for rejecting people of discord and disunity, and sect of Wahhabites. [1]

Refrence:

[1] - Ali Asghar Rizwani, Salafism and Answering to the Doubts, p. 205. ------------------------------ Ref: www.makarem.ir


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