Jumat, 13 November 2009

Komentar Imam Abu Bakr At-Turtushi terhadap Sufi

Al-Imam Abu Bakr Al-Tartoushi [May Allah have mercy on him] was asked:

What does our knowledgeable master say about the mazhab of the Sufis?

And know – May Allah preserve your time – that a group of men gather, and then increase in the mentioning of Allah the Exalted, and the mentioning of Muhammad peace be upon him, after which they hit with a rod on an Adeem, and some of them stand up and dance and Yatawajad, until he falls unconscious, and then they get something to eat.

Is attending with them permissible or not?

Answer us, May Allah have mercy on you.

The answer:

May Allah have mercy on you, the mazhab of the Sufis is that of Batalah (wastefulness), Jahalah (ignorance), and Dalalah (misguidance). Islam is but the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His messenger.

As for the dancing and the Tawajud, the first to perform this are the companions of Al-Samiry, when he founded for them an image of a calf that had a sound, so they started dancing around it and Yatawajadoon, thus [this action] is the religion of the Kuffar (unbelievers), and the worshippers of the calf.

As for the [hitting with the] rod, the first to adopt this action are the Zanadiqah (disbelieving heretics), to distract Muslims from the Book of Allah the Exalted.

Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him used to sit with his companions, as if birds were standing on their heads from their dignity [tranquility and stillness]. That is why the Sultan and his assistants are required to stop [these people] from gathering in Masjids and in any other place.

It is not permissible for anyone that believes in Allah and the Hereafter to attend with them, and to assist them in their evil and wastefulness, and that is the Mazhab of Malik, Abu Hanifa, Al-Shafi'y, Ahmad ibn Hanbal, and others from the scholars of the Muslims, and from Allah we seek success.

Al-Jami' Le Ahkaam Al-Quran by Al-Imam Al-Qurtubi 11/237-238

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