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Leaving Sufism How I Was Guided to Monotheism and the Straight Path

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Leaving Sufism, How I was guided to monotheism and the straight path By Shaykh Muhammad Jamil Zeno

ISBN: 9781792378256
Author: Shaykh Muhammad Jamil Zeno
Book Binding: Paperback
Pages 118
Size: 9.0 x 6.0 x 0.3 inch
Publication year:2021
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Shaykh Muhammad Jamil Zeno's book, Leaving Sufism: How I Was Guided to Monotheism and the Straight Path, describes his transition from Sufism to Salafism. Zeno spent many years studying Sufism before being born into a Sufi family in Syria. He finally quit the Sufi path, nevertheless, after coming to the conclusion that Sufism was against the Quran and Sunnah. Zeno explains the different versions of Suffic ideas and practices and makes a case study that they are not found on the Quran and the sunnah He also talks about the several issues he observed with Sufism, including its concentration on mysticism and its use of tawassul (seeking intercession with people other than Allah). Shaykh Muhammad Jamil Zeno tells of his journey of coming to the truth, from the polytheism of Sufism to the monotheism of Islam. "Another Sufi wanted to cultivate his soul and belittle it, so he carried a bag around his neck and filled it with nutmeg fruit. He went to the market, and every time a child passed by him,he would say to him, "Spit in my face so I can give you a nutmeg fruit." It is a fruit that the children love, so the child would spit in his face, and he would give him a nutmeg fruit. And like this, the spit from the children came in succession on the face of the shaykh, desiring to take the nutmeg fruit, while the Sufi shaykh was happy. When I heard these two stories, I almost burst with rage and my chest became tightened from this corrupt cultivation that Islam is free from."

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