Understanding the Serious Mistakes of Yusuf Estes Part 1

Published on 31 Aug 2012 by

The English speaking Muslims of the West stand before a great trial, an American man who travels the world giving da’wah, widely respected and internationally known, reviving the ancient innovation of the Jahmiyyah, claiming that the mus-haf is not the Quran, the Quran is ONLY in the Preserved Tablet “in Paradise”, we can not see or touch the Quran, it is only Quran when it is recited, etc. He further adds that the Quran – the Speech of Allaah – is like paper money, and in another explanation the Quran is like Christian sheet music. Glorified be Allaah above such filthy claims.

In an attempt to raise awareness, these statements and other serious errors from Yusuf Estes have been gathered and refuted, using clear texts from the Book and the Sunnah, with support from the consensus of the scholars of Ahlus-Sunnah. An informative and detailed e-book has been made available for your careful review, and now we launch a series of audios exposing these beliefs that have gone unchecked over the last 10 years, claiming many victims. It is our sincere hope that our Muslim brothers and sisters will put their attachments to personalities aside and side with the ‘aqeedah of Ahlus-Sunnah.

In this first audio of the series, Moosaa Richardson introduces the level of danger that approaches and its reality. The foundations of the Jahmiyyah are discussed, along with a detailed understanding of the stages of deviation they have gone through historically. In this eye-opening primer, you will understand why these issues have been taken so seriously by the scholars of Islam until today, and how much yesterday resembles today.

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