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An Explanation of Kashf al-Shubuhat - A Critical Study of Shirk by Yasir Qadhi

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This work, which is a detailed explanation of one of Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab’s most important works, deals with explaining and refuting the evidences that were used by certain Muslim groups of his time to justify acts of shirk. It is entitled ‘Kashf al-Shubuhat’, which literally means ‘The Clearing of Doubts”. The author intended in this work to expose the falsity and speciousness of these arguments by proving that the pagans whom the Prophet fought utilised the exact same arguments and fell prey to the same reasoning as these modern day practitioners of shirk did. Some useful sections have been added to this work by Abu Ammaar in order to maximise the benefit of this work. Pages: 209 H/B ISBN: 1 898649 62 6
 
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