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The Impact of Man-Made Laws in Determining the Judgement of an Abode as Being One of Disbelief or Islam by Shaykh Khalid bin Ali bin Muhammad alAnbari

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The Impact Of Man-Made Laws In Determining The Judgement Of An Abode As Being One Of Disbelief Or Islam by Shaykh Khalid bin Ali bin Muhammad al Anbari The Impact Of Man-Made Laws In Determining The Judgement Of An Abode As Being One Of Disbelief Or Islam by Shaykh Khalid bin Ali bin Muhammad al Anbari

And they - i.e. Ahlus Sunnah - view the state as being a state of Islam, not a state of disbelief as viewed by the Mu’tazilah, this is as long as the call to prayer and its establishment is manifest and its people are safely enabled to it
Al-Hafidh Abu Bake al-Ismaili (may Allah have mercy upon him) in his book (Itiqad Ahlus-Sunnah, 51

Indeed the countries of Islam today are not as they were before however in any case they are not countries of disbelief rather they are countries of Islam … and the issue concerning it is extremely delicate
Shaykh al-Albani (may Allah have mercy upon him) in a recorded discussion

Book is divided into four discussions:
First: the defining reason for ruling an abode as being one of disbelief or Islam
Second: transformation of the abode of Islam to an abode of disbelief
Third: the disbelievers seizure of an abode of Islam and the Muslims remaining settled therein displaying and manifesting their Islam.
Fourth: the impact of man-made laws in determining the abode of disbelief and the abode of Islam.

The legislative texts establish two fundamentally essential realities, both of which Ahlus-Sunnah receive with obedience, acceptance and submission.
The First: the act of legislation is the sole right of Allah alone, no person disputes this, no matter how lofty his ability and complete his intellect may be as He the Most High has stated Indeed, judgement belongs only to Allah {yusuf: 67}
The Second: it is obligatory upon the Muslims, both the ruler and the ruled, to rule according to what Allah revealed and refer to it in all spheres of life
 
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