A Summary of Muhammad Naswir ad-Din al-Albani’s Heresies
بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ
The Wahhabi heretic, Muhammad Naswir ad-Din al-Albani, claimed over and over that among the innovations in religion existent in Madina is the persistence of the Prophet’s (s.a.w.) grave in the mosque. He claimed that whoever travels intending to visit the Prophet (s.a.w.), or to ask him for his intercession, is a misguided innovator. He claimed that whoever carries dzikr beads in his hand to remember Allah (s.w.t.) is misguided and innovating.
He claimed, in Tamam al-Minna, that masturbation does not annul one’s fast. He published “corrected” editions of Swahih al-Bukhari and Swahih Muslim, which he deceitfully called mukhtaswar, abridgments, in violation of the integrity of these books. He published edited versions of Imam Abu ‘Abdullah Muhammad ibn Isma’il al-Bukhari’s (r.a.) al-Adab al-Mufrad, Imam Zaki ad-Din ‘Abd al-‘Aazhim ibn ‘Abd al-Qawi’ al-Mundziri’s (r.a.) at-Targhib wa at-Tarhib, and Imam Abu al-Fadhl ‘Abd ar-Rahman ibn Abu Bakr ibn Muhammad Jalal ad-Din as-Suyuthi’s (q.s.) al-Jami’ asw-Swaghir, each of which he split into two works, respectively prefixed “Swahih” and “Dha’if”, which is a presumption of his superiority to the great scholars of Islam.