The Inquest Refuting the Fabrications : New,
Al-Tahqiqat li Daf'it Talbisat,
*[A5] Paperback - 64 pages,
by Shaykh Sayyid Na'im al-Din Muradabadi [d.1368h],
Translation & Additional Notes by:
Shaykh 'Abd al-Hadi al-Qadiri Ridawi,
Published by Sufi Pages.
'The Inquest Refuting the Fabrications' is the first English translation of Al-Tahqiqat li Daf'it Talbisat by Sadr al-Afaazil, Allama Sayyid Na'im al-Din Muradabadi al-Ashrafi, may Allah have mercy upon him. It is an insight into the blatant lies and fabrications that are contained within the 'wahhabi' book Al-Muhannad to cover up their corrupt beliefs.
One of the most outstanding public exponents and defender of Islamic orthodoxy, the reviver of Islam, Al-Imam Ahmad Rida al-Qadiri, the grand Muhaddith and Faqih of Bareilly [1856/1921] penned an invaluable work in 1905 [Common Era] entitled Husam al-Haramayn ala Munhir kufr wa al-ma'ian' [The Sword of the Two Sanctuaries]. In this book the Imam gathered all the blasphemous statements and accumulated them in his Fatawa which he presented to the illustrious scholars of the Haramayn al-Sharifayn.
This volume is a monumental work containing the thirty-three 'Ulamas verdicts [20 Mekkan and 13 Medinite 'Ulama]. All of them gave their verdicts based on the consensus, that all popular factions were tantamount to apostasy; all of them condemned in unequivocal terms blasphemy. Some years later after the demise of Imam Ahmad Rida, these heretics resurfaced and wrote the book Al-Muhannad.
Table of Contents :
---The 'sacred' Wahhabi manual "Kitab at Tawhid"
---The 'sacred' Deo-bandi manual "Taqwiyat al-Iman"
---The scans of the books,
---Another Deo-bandi fraud,
---Islamic inquiry [Istifta],
---The State of the acknowledgements of the Makkan 'Ulama,
---Another great fraud,
---The State of the acknowledgements of the Madani 'Ulama,
---The statement of Mawlana Shaykh Ahmad b. Muhammad Khayr Shanaqizi,
---The cunningness of the Wahhabiyah and the disclosure of the secrets of Al-Talbisat,
---List of Publications.
Sub-continent print, however printed to a higher standard than the norm.
Dimensions : 20.8 x 13.8cm.