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The Idealogical Attack

The Idealogical Attack - part 1
al-`Allamah Shaykh ‘Abdul-’Azeez bin ‘Abdullaah bin Baaz hafidhahullaah


Indeed all praise belongs to Allâh, we praise Him, seek His aid and assistance and His forgiveness. We seek refuge in Him from the evil [whisperings] of our souls and our own evil actions. Whomsoever Allâh guides, none can misguide, but whomsoever He leaves to stray, then none can guide that person aright. I bear witness that none has the right to be worshiped except Allâh alone, without any partner; and I bear witness that Muhammad sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam is His Slave and Messenger.

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Ever since the beginning of Islâm, the unbelievers have never ceased plotting against this precious Muslim ummah (nation) in order to inject into it the poison of disbelief, deviation and moral degradation. By this the enemies of Islâm have sought to corrupt the values and beliefs of the sons and daughters of Islâm, as well as seeking to remove the Book of Allâh and the Sunnah of His Messenger sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam from being their source of guidance and their source of legislation in the various Islâmic lands. Over the fourteen centuries of Islâm, the unbelievers have gradually succeeded in some of these plots!

By the end of the first decade of the fifteenth Islâmic century (1410-1411H / 1990-1991 CE), the world witnessed a total re-shaping of its socio-political landscape; a re-shaping that again was to have a serious impact upon the Islâmic world. With the collapse of communist Russia as a dominant world force, it was Islâm and the Islâmic lands that then became the main focal targets for the economic, ideological and military attack of the New World Order; the now dominant culture. In effect, it was the beginnings of the second Crusades! Consequently: “The Muslims today face a barbaric onslaught from their enemies - the jews, christians, atheists, secularists and others. The Islâmic lands are being invaded by various forms of unbelief and deviations; and throughout the Islâmic lands the winds of desire and corruption blow, the likes of which cannot be truly known except by Allâh, Lord of the servants. Supported by a demonic global plan as well as unlimited financial backing, this attack aims at domination and hegemony over the Islâmic world; dividing it, attacking it culturally and morally and perverting the true image of the Religion. Therefore, it is amongst the priorities of the Islâmic call (da’wah) to break this attack and to counter it with every legitimate means of da’wah possible.” [Bayaan wa Tawdeeh (pp.9-10). Shaykh ‘Abdul-’Azeez bin Baaz said as part of his endorsement to the booklet (p.15): “Each word was in its proper place.”]

“O you who believe! Do not take as intimate friends and advisors those outside of your Religion, for they will not spare any efforts to corrupt you. They desire to harm you severely. Hatred has appeared from their mouths, but what their hearts conceal is far worse. Indeed We have made plain to you the Signs, if you do truly understand.” [Soorah Aal-’ Imraan 3:118]


Yet along with this bleak reality and despite the intensity of this attack, the blessed da’wah and Islâmic revival continues to flourish and grow - and all praise be to Allâh. However, with this growth, the enemies have intensified their efforts to suppress the revival. The need of the time, therefore, is for the Muslims to mutually co-operate with each other, in order to become a single hand against their enemies and to repel the attacks made against themselves, their creed (‘aqeedah) and their lands. Our Lord, the Exalted, said: —“And those who are unbelievers are allies and helpers, one to another; so unless you do this [i.e. be allies and helpers to one another and be unified] there will be trials and discord upon the earth and great corruption.” [Soorah al-Anfaal 8:73]

“Co-operate with one another in righteousness and piety, but do not co-operate with one another in sin and transgression.” [Soorah al-Maa’idah 5:2]

Only by such mutual co-operation and sincere mutual advice and by striving hard to cultivate within the ummah sound faith (eemaan) and righteous actions - adorning this striving and cultivation with patient perseverance (sabr) - will the blessed da’wah and revival bear the desired results and expected fruits.

It is also obligatory that this da’wah and revival be firmly embedded upon calling for a return to the Book and the Sunnah and to that which the Pious Predecessors of this ummah were agreed upon. It is essential for those involved in this revival that when differences of opinion arise between the Muslims - as they inevitably will - that they should adhere to the ettiquettes of differing (aadaabul-khilaaf); ensuring that the revival does not become marginalized or side-tracked into a dialectic about issues which - though they may have an importance in Islâm - are not, however, from amongst its immediate priorities. Since doing so only serves to further weaken this already fragile ummah, stifle the da’wah and delay the help and victory (nusrah) that Allâh has promised to the Muslims; for He, the Exalted, has indeed guaranteed that the future is for Islâm:

“Allâh has promised to those amongst you who have faith and do righteous actions that He will certainly grant them the succession of rule (khilaafah) in the land, as He granted it to those before them; and that he will grant them the authority to practice their Religion which He has chosen for them and that He will replace their state of fear, for one of safety; provided that they worship Me alone and not direct worship to others along with Me.” [Soorah an-Noor 24:55]

“They wish to extinguish the light of Allâh with their mouths, but Allâh will perfect His light; even though the unbelievers detest it. It is He Who sent His Messenger with the guidance and the religion of truth, that it may prevail over all other religions, even though those who worship others besides Allâh may detest it.” [Soorah as-Saff 6 1:8-9]

Allâh’s Messenger sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam said: “Indeed Allâh gathered up the earth for me, so that I saw its eastern and western parts; and indeed the dominion of my ummah will reach whatever was gathered up for me from it.” [Reported by Muslim (no.2889) and Aboo Daawood (no.4252), from Thawbaan radiAllâhu ‘anhu]

He sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam also said: “This affair will reach whatever is reached by the night and the day. And Allâh will not leave a dwelling of brick, nor of fur, except that He will cause this Religion to enter into it, bringing either honor or humiliation; honor which Allâh grants to Islâm or humiliation which Allâh gives to unbelief.” [Saheeh: Reported by Ahmad (4/103). It was declared to be authentic (saheeh) by the hadeeth master (haafidh), ‘Abdul-Ghanee al-Maqdisee, in Dhikrul-Islâm (1/166)]

And he sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam said: “Give glad-tidings to this ummah of honour, establishment upon the earth, help and victory, and preeminence of the Religion. Whosoever does an action of the Hereafter for a worldly motive, will have no portion of the Hereafter.” [Saheeh: Reported by al-Haakim (4/311) from ‘Ubayy ibn Ka’b radiAllâhu ‘anhu. It was declared to be saheeh by the leading hadeeth specialist (muhaddith) of this age, Shaykh Muhammad Naasirud-Deen al-Albaanee, in Saheehul-Jaami’ (no.2825)]

This series addresses the nature of the ideological attack. It discusses the rationale behind this attack, its objectives, its scale, as well as the means employed by the enemies to achieve these objectives. It comprises of a translation of two separate interviews. The first interview centers upon the root cause for the ummah’s weakness and our obligations towards the Islâmic world, which, whilst they took place over a decade ago, are still very much applicable to our present state of affairs.  Since this ideological attack, rather than having abated, continues vigorously and vehemently, having found yet more avenues to corrupt the hearts of the Muslims, whether those living in the Islâmic lands or those residing as minorities in the lands of the unbelievers! One such avenue of attack is through the satellite and TV Culture. Through such avenues the Muslims, especially the youth, open themselves up to being influenced and indoctrinated into the culture of the New World Order - a kufr culture - whereby their values, beliefs, ideals and ethics are gradually made to accord with that of this demonic culture. The result being that many a time nothing remains of that victim’s Islâmic identity except perhaps a name; and from this Allâh’s refuge is sought.


The author or interviewee is a scholar who has, for over six decades, been involved in the blessed da’wah and revival. He is the imaam, the exemplary scholar, the reviver, Shaykh ‘Abdul-’Azeez bin ‘Abdullaah bin Baaz; may Allâh protect him and continue benefiting the ummah with him.

Shaykh Ibn Baaz was born on the 12th of Dhul-Hijjah, 1330H (1912CE); in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He began seeking knowledge from an early age and memorized the Qur’aan before reaching the age of puberty. He then went on to study the various Islâmic sciences and excelled in this; such as the science of beliefs (‘aqaa’id), jurisprudence (fiqh), its fundamentals (usoolul-fiqh), hadeeth, Qur’aanic tafseer, recitation (tajweed), the science of manners and behavior (‘ilmus-sulook), grammar (nahw) and morphology (sarf). At the beginning of his studies he had normal sight, but in 1346H he was afflicted with an illness, which impaired his vision. Four years later, at the age of twenty, he became blind, yet this did not deter the Shaykh from continuing his studies.

His teachers include some of the most prominent scholars of Riyaadh and Makkah of their time; scholars such as Shaykh Muhammad ibn ‘Abdul-Lateef ibn ‘Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Hasan; Sa’d ibn Hamad ibn ‘Ateeq; Sa’d Waqqaas al-Bukhaaree, from whom he learnt tajweed; and Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibraaheem aalush-Shaykh, the former Grand-Muftee of Saudi Arabia; may Allâh shower mercy upon them all. Shaykh Ibn Baaz attended the circles of Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibraaheem for about ten years, from 1347H till 1357H, being greatly attached to him and learning the various sharee’ah sciences from him.

After completing his studies the Shaykh was appointed to the post of judge in the district of al-Kharaj, from 1357-1371H. Between 1373-1380H he taught the sciences of jurisprudence, tawheed and hadeeth at al-Mahadul-’Ilmee in Riyadh. He held the post of Vice-Principal of the Islâmic University of Madeenah between 1381-1390H; after which he became the University’s Principal in 1390H, remaining in this post for five years. In the year 1413H, at the age of eighty-three, Shaykh Ibn Baaz was appointed to the post of Grand-Muftee - the official expounder of Islâmic Law - of Saudi Arabia. The Shaykh, rahimahuullah, was gentle and forbearing in nature; an ascetic (zaahid) in conduct; and firm and wise in speaking the truth. He devoted his life to da’wah, teaching the masses and putting himself at their service.

Indeed, his demeanor and scholarship has - by Allâh’s grace - had a great influence upon many people all around the world. His writings and legal verdicts (fataawaa) regarding issues related to the affairs of the ummah bear testimony to his knowledge, awareness and concern for the welfare of Islâm and the Muslims. Indeed: “Knowledge concerning the state of affairs of the Muslims and the plots of their enemies and exposing and refuting such plots according to the principles laid down by the sharee’ah - whether by writing, speeches, or other means - is a collective obligation upon the Muslims (fard ‘alal-kifaayah). Whoever concerns himself with this is to be thanked and will be rewarded [by Allâh]. It is amongst the doors of jihaad, so whoever stands up doing so is actually guarding a breech in the battle lines of the Muslims.” [Bayaan wa Tawdeeh (p.12)]

Some of his treatises and verdicts concerning the affairs of the ummah - along with many of his treatises and verdicts concerning matters of creed and beliefs - have been compiled under the title: Majmoo’ Fataawaa wa Maqaalaat Mutanawwi’ah; and presently runs into seven volumes.  From those treatises and verdicts are:

• A Critique of [Arab] Nationalism (1/284)
• The Importance of Knowledge in Combating Destructive Ideologies Such as Atheism, Capitalism and Freemasonary (4/59)
• Concerning the Need to Form a United Front By the Various Islâmic Groups In Sudan Against the Secularists (4/166)
• The Obligation of Jihad in Afghanistan (5/I58)
• Concerning the Baabaree Mosque of India and Respecting Muslim Sentiments (7/349)
• Concerning Muslim Minorities in Europe and America and the Need to Support Them (2/370)
• Causes For the Weakness of the Muslims In Front of their Enemies and the Means To Cure This (5/101)
• A General Call to All Governments and Organizations to Aid the Muslims of Bosnia and Herzegovina With Manpower, Wealth, Weapons and Supplications (7/356)
• Concerning the Merits of Jihaad and That It is Not Only Defensive (3/171)
• A Letter to the Afghaan Mujaahidoon and the Efforts of the Enemies of Allâh in Seeking To Split Their Ranks (7/348)
• The Ideological Attack by the Christians, Zionists and Communists and the Methods Employed By Them (3/438).

I ask Allâh the Exalted that He makes my actions sincere and correct, seeking nothing but His Face; and that He makes this booklet of benefit to the Muslims and their welfare. All praise is for Allâh, Lord of the worlds; may He extol and send the blessings of peace upon the Prophet and Choosen One (at-mustafaa), Muhammad; and upon his Family and Companions and those who follow them in goodness until the Day of Resurrection.

2nd night of Ramadaan 1419H
(19th of December 1998CE)
London, England.


Question: What is the obligation upon the Muslim scholars with regard to facing the trials and calamities that have befallen the Islâmic world? [From Majmoo’ Fataawaa wa Maqaalaat Mutanawwi’ah (4/134-139)]

Answer: There is no doubt that sins, in both statements and actions, as well as being far removed from the correct Islâmic beliefs (‘aqeedah), are from the greatest causes of bringing about the various crisis and calamities that have befallen the Muslims. Allâh the Mighty and Majestic said:

“Whatever of good reaches you, it is from Allâh; but whatever of evil befalls you, it is from your ownself.” [Soorah an-Nisaa’ 4:79]

Allâh, the Most Perfect, the Most High, also said:

“And whatever of misfortune befalls you, it is because of what your hands have earned. Yet He pardons much.” [Soorah ash-Shooraa 42:30]

Indeed Allâh is most forgiving and most merciful to His servants, sending to them clear signs and warnings in order that they may turn back to Him in sincere repentance (tawbah) so that He may forgive them. When a person turns to Allâh and draws closer to Him by an arm’s length, Allâh draws closer to him by two arm’s length. For indeed, Allâh the Exalted loves those of His servants that turn to Him in repentance and is pleased with that, whilst He, the Majestic, the Most High, remains absolutely self-sufficient from His servants; the obedience of the obedient does not benefit Him, and the sins of the sinful do not harm Him. But He is most kind, ever merciful to His servants, and He grants them the ability to do acts of obedience and to leave acts of disobedience. These crises and calamities are none other than a warning to His servants, in that they should turn back to Allâh in repentance and obedience. He makes this known to them by way of trying and testing them, as Allâh the Most High said:

“And certainly We shall test you with something of fear, hunger, loss of wealth, lives and fruit. But give glad tidings to those who patiently persevere; those who, when afflicted with a calamity, say: Indeed to Allâh we belong, and to Him shall we return. They are those for whom there are blessings and forgiveness from their Lord, and His Mercy. It is they who are the guided-ones.” [Soorah al-Baqarah 2:155-157]

“Evil has appeared on the land and the sea because of what the hands of men have earned. That Allâh may make them taste a part of that which they have done, in order that they may turn back from disobedience.” [Soorah Room 30:41]

“And We shall test you by way of evil and good, and to Us will you return.” [Soorah al-Anbiyaa 21:35]

“And We tested them with good blessings and evil calamities, in order that they may return [to obedience].” [Soorah al-A’raaf 7:168]

And there are many other verses which carry a similar meaning.

So the obligation upon the leaders of the Muslims - the scholars, rulers, and other than them - is to concern themselves with the various afflictions and calamities that occur, to remind and admonish the people, explaining to them what they have fallen into. Also, those in authority, from the scholars and the rulers, should set an example of righteous conduct and should discuss the reasons as to why Allâh is angered and exacts retribution; and they should seek to cure this by repenting to Allâh, seeking His forgiveness and correcting their affairs. The rest of the ummah will then follow them in this, since the guidance of the scholars and the wisdom of the rulers - and both being correct and upright - has a tremendous effect with regards to the fulfillment of responsibilities. The Prophet sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam said: “Each of you is a guardian, and is responsible for those whom he is in charge of.” [Reported by al-Bukhaaree (13/100 - with al-Fath) and Muslim (no.1829) from ‘Umar ibn al-Khattaab radiAllâhu ‘anhu]

However, when the Muslims become accustomed to sinning and become content with it and if those who wield authority and power do not try to prevent them, then Allâh’s anger will quickly descend upon the ummah. When His anger occurs and His punishment takes place, it covers both the sinful and the obedient; and Allâh’s protection is sought from this. About this Allâh the Most High said:

“And beware of the trial and discord that does not affect in particular only those amongst you who are wrong-doers.” [Soorah al-Anfaal 8:25]

Likewise, the Prophet sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam said: “When the people see an evil and they do not try to change it, then Allâh will cover them all with humiliation from Himself.” [Saheeh: Reported by Aboo Daawood (no.4338), from Aboo Bakr as-Siddeeq radiAllâhu ‘anhu. It was declared to be authentic (saheeh) by the leading hadeeth specialist (muhaddith) of this age, Shaykh Muhammad NaasirudDeen al-Albaanee, in Saheehul-Jaami’ (no.1974)]

Allâh the Exalted said:

“Indeed, Allâh will not change the condition of a people until they change themselves.” [Soorah ar-Ra’d 13:11] (Please Read Note 1)

The scholars will be thoroughly questioned in front of Allâh with regards to giving knowledge and guidance to the people and explaining to them what is correct and what is wrong, and also clarifying the beneficial from the harmful.

We ask Allâh that He grants and favors all the Muslims with the ability to be obedient to their Lord, to cling to the guidance of their Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, that He grants their leaders the ability to fulfil their duties, that He teaches their scholars the ways of guidance so that they may all traverse its path and direct the ummah to it, that He guides those Muslims who are misguided and corrects their affairs. Indeed, He is the Guardian of this, the One having power to do this.


Question: What is the obligation upon the Muslim scholars with regard to the large number of groups that exist in many of the Islâmic lands and elsewhere, and with regard to the differences that exist between them; to the point that each group declares the others to be misguided? Do you not hold that it is fitting to enter into explaining the like of this matter and to clarify the truth concerning their differences; for fear that these differences may escalate and lead to evil consequences for the Muslims?

Answer: Our Prophet sallAllâhu ‘alayhi wa-sallam made clear to us a single way, which is obligatory upon the Muslims to follow and traverse; and that is Allâh’s Straight Path and the methodology of His upright Religion. Allâh the Exalted said:

“And this is My Straight Path, so follow it and do not follow other paths that will separate you from His Path. This has He ordained for you, that you may become pious.” [Soorah al-An’aam 6:153]

Likewise, the Lord of Might and Majesty warned the nation of Muhammad sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam against splitting and disunity, since that is one of the greatest causes of failure and of the enemy taking control. Allâh the Mighty and Majestic said:

“And hold fast altogether to the rope of Allâh and do not be divided.” [Soorah Aal-’Irnraan 3:101]

“He has ordained for you the same religion which He ordained for Noah and that which We revealed to you, and that which We ordained for Abraham, Moses and Jesus, saying: That you should establish the Religion and make no divisions in it.” [Soorah ash-Shooraa 42:13]

So this is a Divine call to unity and for hearts to be harmonized. [Imaam as-Sa’dee, rahimahullaah, said in Siyaasatush-Shar’iyyah (p.8): “Indeed this striving to unite the Muslims and this calling them to have reconciliation between themselves is from the best of actions. And it is, in this present time, better than being pre-occupied with [optional] Fasting and Praying, and it is from the greatest forms of jihaad in the path of Allâh.”

Imaam as-Sa’dee also said (p.13): “It is also upon the Muslims not to make the differences that they have with regards to opinions and views concerning leadership (mulk) and politics (siyaasah) to be a barrier between themselves and between [maintaining] the religious brotherhood and ties of faith. Rather, they should make all such differences, as well as [the attainment of] partial goals and objectives follow on from this great principle.”]

In any Islâmic land if there are many groups for the purpose of righteousness and piety between being differences between the doing good and co-operating in the Muslims - without there desires of the followers - then this is good, is a blessing and produces a great benefit. However, if each of them declare the others to be misguided and attack their actions, then this harm is very great and its evil consequences very serious. What is obligatory upon the Muslims is to clarify the true state of affairs and to discuss with each group and to sincerely advise all of them that they should proceed upon the way laid down by Allâh for His servants and upon that which our Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam called to. [Please Read Note 2] Those who ignore this, or continue in their opposition, due to a personal benefit or goal known only to Allâh, then what is obligatory upon those who know the reality is to make this known about them and to warn against them, in order that people may avoid their path. So those who do not know the reality of their affair will not fall into it, nor be led astray, nor be turned away from the Straight Path which Allâh ordered that we follow. [Please Read Note 3]

Allâh said:

"And this is My Straight Path, so follow it and do not follow other paths that will separate you from His Path. This has He ordained for you, that you may become pious." [Soorah al-An'aam 6:153]

There is no doubt that the multitude of [differing] sects and groups in the Islâmic society is, firstly, something desired by Shaytaan and, secondly something desired by the enemies of Islâm from amongst mankind [Please Read Note 4]. Since agreement and unification of the Muslims, and their being aware of the dangers which threaten them and their beliefs, will make them active in refuting and rebutting it, and acting in a unified manner for the benefit of the Muslims - thus repelling the danger from their  religion, their lands as well as their brothers [Please Read Note 5]. This is something which the enemies, from amongst mankind and jinn, are not pleased with. Therefore they are very eager to split-up the Muslims, destroy their unity and to sow the seeds of enmity and discord between them.

We ask Allâh that He unites the Muslims upon the truth and that He removes from their society every type of misguidance and every cause of discord. Indeed He is the One Who is able to do that, and He is the One having full power over that.


Question: The enemies of Allâh are very eager to enter into the Muslim lands by various methods. So what efforts do you believe should be exerted in order to put a stop to this surge that has threatened the Islâmic societies?

Answer: This is not something strange coming from the callers to christianity, judaism, or the other religions of unbelief. Since Allâh, the Most Perfect and to Whom belongs all praise, informed us about this in His clear Revelation when He said:

"Never will the jews and the christians be pleased with you until you follow their ways of life. Say: Indeed the Guidance of Allâh, that is the only Guidance. And if you were to follow their false desires after what you have received of the knowledge of Revelation, then you would have neither a guardian, nor any helper against Allâh" [Soorah al-Baqarah 2:120]

Allâh, the Most Perfect, also said: "And they will never stop fighting you, until they turn you away from your Religion, if they can." [Soorah al-Baqarah 2:217]

This is why they utilize every possible means to penetrate into the Muslim lands, and use various methods and tactics to achieve this. One of their methods is to plant the seeds of doubt and uncertainty into the minds and thoughts and they continue to do so without easing-up or becoming weary, utilizing the church to spread their hatred and enmity, and directing their efforts through it. [Please Read Note 6]

Therefore it is obligatory upon the leaders and scholars to exert every possible effort in cautioning and directing the Muslims, and to oppose the efforts of the enemies of Islâm with countermeasures. For indeed the ummah of Islâm is an ummah that has been entrusted with a responsibility of carrying this Religion and conveying it to others. So when we - in the various Islâmic societies - are determined to arm our sons and daughters with correct knowledge, as well as correct understanding of the Religion - beginning this process at an early age - then we will never fear the enemy, by the permission of Allâh. Thus as long as we continue to cling to the Religion of Allâh, glorifying and venerating Him, following His Sacred Laws (sharee'ah) and fighting those who oppose Him, then the opposite will happen; it will be the enemies of Allâh who will fear the Muslims. Allâh, the Most Perfect, and the One to Whom belongs all praise, said:

"O you who believe. If you help Allâh's cause, then Allâh will help you and plant your feet firmly." [Soorah Muhammad 47:7]

Allâh, the Mighty and Majestic, also said:

"But if you remain patient and have piety, then no harm will their cunning plots be to you at all. Indeed Allâh encompasses everything by His Knowledge." [Soorah Aal-Imraan 3:120]

And there are plenty of other Verses with similar meaning.

So the most important factor in stopping this attack is to prepare a generation who truly know and understand the realities of Islâm. This can be achieved by giving them the correct guidance and cultivation at home, and by utilizing the various means of education in order to develop the society. Add to this the role of guiding, which is the duty of those in authority, and their duty of being constant in undertaking beneficial works, being constant in reminding the people with what is of benefit to them, and doing that which cultivates the correct Islâmic aqeedah in the people:

"Indeed in the remembrance of Allâh do hearts find tranquillity." [Soorah ar-Ra'd 13:23]

And there is no doubt that negligence is one of the causes that lets the enemies of Islâm into the Muslim lands - along with their ideological attack - which gradually distances the Muslims from their Religion, step by step. So with this, evil will increase amongst them and they will be affected by the false ideologies of their enemies. And Allâh, One free from all defects, the Most High, ordered the Believers to have patience, to call to patience, and to strive in His Path using every method at their disposal; as Allâh, the Majestic and Exalted, said:

"O you who Believe, persevere and be more patient, and guard your territory by stationing army units permanently at the places from where the enemy can attack you, and fear Allâh in order that you may be successful." [Soorah Aal-Imraan 3:200]

And Allâh, the Most Perfect, said:

"And those who strive hard in Our cause, We shall surely guide them to Our Paths. Indeed Allâh is with the doers of good." [Soorah al-Ankaboot 29:69]

I ask Allâh by His beautiful Names and lofty Attributes that He rectifies the affairs of the Muslims, and that He grants to them the understanding of the Religion, gathers the word of their leaders upon the truth, and rectifies their close advisors.

Indeed He is the Most Generous. And may Allâh extol and send abundant blessings of peace upon our Leader and Prophet, Muhammad; and upon his Family, his Companions and his followers.





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