Category Archives: TaQleed

Clearing Misconception Regarding TaQleed




Clearing The Misconception Regarding TaQleed 

MuQallideen Objection : They say According To Your saudi scholars Taqleed Is allowed for Aami Then Why don’t You (Ahle hadees) Agree??

Our Answer :

If A Layman (Aami) asking The Maslah to Mufti it is called as Ittibah or Taqleed…??

if an Ordinary person(Layman) ask question from a Mufti, this is not Taqleed, but Imam Ibn Abdul Barr, Imam Khateeb Baghdadi, Imam Ibn Taymiyya , Shaikh.Rabi , Shaikh Fawzaan etc are on the opinion that If a lay person have some problem he must ask question from scholar and this is Taqleed. But The Scholars of India and Pak Says if A Layman (Aami) Ask The scholar Regarding Any Maslah It is Not Taqleed But It is “Ittibah” As Allah Says In Quran : “Ask the people of Knoweldge” if you dont know {Quran.16:43}

This is only the difference of “Word” some Scholars call it itteba some Scholars call it Taqleed.

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TaQleed-e-Shaksi ka Haqeeqat ( ROman Urdu)



Taqleed-A-Sakshi :  Kisi Saksh Ke Qaul ko Bagair Daleel Bagair Saboot ke qubool karlena Hai …… Taqleed.

Afsos JAHALAT tho dekhe Muqallid log , Sahih Hadith pesh karne KE BAWAJOOD bhi wo apne IMAAM ke Qaul ko pesh karte hai,
pata nahi wo log ke nazar me HADITH kya hai..

Zara Gaur Farmaye Is Quran ki Ayaton par..

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When is the person of Sunnah called muttabi‘ (follower) and when is he called muqallid (blind follower)? – Shaykh Ahmad Baazmoo

He says: “When is the person of Sunnah called muttabi‘ (follower) and when is he called muqallid (blind follower)?”

[Shaykh Ahmad Baazmool] :

If the person of Sunnah takes the truth with its proof from the Scholars and he – if he is from the laymen – is behind the Major Scholars and their fataawaa that are based upon the Book and the Sunnah – as is normally the case with them – and the understanding of the Salaf of this Ummah, then he is called muttabi (follower) and he is not called muqallid (blind follower) with a blameworthy taqleed (blind following). This is the Manhaj of the Salaf and the ruling of the Scholars on the person of Sunnah.

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Do I have to choose a math-hab? And do I have to ascribe to Salafiyyah? – Shaykh Muhammad Baazmool


Please I would like to know if there is anything wrong with not subscribing to a math-hab. I learn from both the Salafees and Sunnees (ie. I try to adhere to the Qur’aan and the Sunnah) but I don’t like to claim either of the two because I fear that pride that might grow in me and cause me to avoid the truth if it comes from another source. In other words, I don’t want to be like some people who follow a math-hab and don’t want to change when the proof is against them. Please advise me.

ANSWER by Shaykh Muhammad ‘Umar Baazmool, instructor at Umm Al-Quraa University in Makkah

This question requires that we clarify some issues first. In the first part of the question, it seems the questioner is asking about blindly following math-habs. Then, the questioner refers to the following of a general manhaj, one that includes themath-habs of Fiqh and others, called the Salafee manhaj, or Sunnee (manhaj).

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Guidelines Concerning Taqlid and Madhhabs


Ibn al-Qayyim, rahimahullaah, said about the prohibitted types of taqleed:

“It is of three types:- Firstly: totaly turning away from what Allaah has revealed, but rather being satisfied with thetaqleed of one’s for-fathers. Secondly: doing taqleed of someone when you do not know whether that person is from those whose saying can be taken. Thirdly: doing taqleed after the proofs have been established and it becomes apparent that the evidence contradicts the view of the one to whom taqleed is done.”

Imaam Ahmad bin Hanbal, rahimahullaah, said:

“How strange it is that a people who know the chain of narratiuon of a hadeeth (isnaad) and its authenticity, yet still they follow the opinion of Sufyaan [ath-Thawree]; even though Allaah, the Exalted, said:

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The Way of As-haab ul-Hadeeth and Their Following the Evidences

The Way of As-haab ul-Hadeeth and Their Following the Evidences
Author: Imaam al-Albaani
Source: Silsilatal Ahadith AsSaheehah (1/116) explanation of hadith 270 (trans. Abu Aisha Omar ibn Aly)

Perhaps some of the people find it unusual that these scholars have explained the “Taa’ifah Al-Mansoorah” (Victorious Party) and the “Firqah An-Naajiyah” (Saved Group) as being the scholars of Hadith. But there is no strangeness in that sharh if we recall the following:

One: The scholars of Hadith are without exception the most knowledgeable of the Sunnah of the Prophet, his guidance, manners, battles, etc. (may peace and blessings be upon him.) This is due to their particular study of the Sunnah and whatever is connected to it from knowing the biographies of the narrators and stories behind the Hadith.

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Fataawaa of the Major Committee of Scholars on Taqlid and Madhhabs

“The Fataawaa of The Standing Committee for Islamic Research and Ifta (Fataawa al-Lajnat-ud-daaimah lil-buhuth al-‘ilmiah wal-Iftaa)”, Volume 5: Fiqh and Tahaarah, Gathered and organised by Shaykh Ahmad ibn Abdur-Razaaq ad-Duwaysh, Dar al-‘Aasimah, 1413h]

 The second question from Fatwaa No. 11296

Q) What is the true meaning of taqleed and what are its categories along with the clarification of its ruling?

A) All praise is for Allah alone and may the Peace and Blesssings be on His messenger, and his family, and his companions.

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