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Wow! It has really been a while since I last featured a ‘Say What?’ column. Please accept my sincerest apologies dear readers. Let’s get to it then, shall we?

During the past few weeks, South African muslims have been overwhelmed with information regarding the Muslim Marriages Bill (MMB). Whether the information provided by various individuals, organisations, radio stations etc. has managed to create an in-depth understanding of the bill in the minds of Muslims living in South Africa remains to be proven as there still are many Muslims who are fence-sitting in the hope that some great mind will shed clarity, understanding and a way forward with respect to this hotly debated bill.

Those who are in favour of the bill have come out strongly in support of it as the bill is intended for recognition, enforcement, regulation etc. of Muslim Marriages. This may all sound extremely good in theory and in all fairness, why should we not have a bill which can finally regulate Muslim marriages especially those in which there are instances of spousal abuse, violence, neglect etc.?

I suppose that the aforementioned observations had led a select few to think up the ‘brilliant’ idea that is the Muslim Marriages Bill but which had quite unfortunately resulted in what is arguably the least-qualified project committee with regard to Islamic and Shar’i principles.

The main problem I have with the Muslim Marriages Bill (and this should be quite evident to anybody who has taken the time to actually read the bill) is the definition of a ‘Muslim’. It reads:

“Muslim” means a person who believes in the oneness of Allah and who believes in the
Holy Messenger Muhammad as the final prophet and who has faith in all the essentials of
Islam (Daruriyyat Al-Din)

The definition creates a problem for those who proclaim to be ‘Muslim’ but do not fit the definition of a Muslim contained in this Bill. For instance, if a Muslim man and a Muslim woman get married according to this Bill and the man or woman changes his/her beliefs from that as defined in the Bill but still considers himself/herself to be a Muslim, will the marriage be annulled? Is the Nikaah no longer valid?

The Bill cannot define who is/who is not a Muslim and it cannot judge who is/who is not a Muslim. If we allow such a bill to dictate who is and who is not a Muslim, the consequences will be disastrous. There are sects in Islam who claim to be the Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama’ah but are in actual fact quite far from it. Who will judge which sect holds the correct view? Do the modernist Muslims hold the correct view? Do the Shia Muslim hold the correct views? Do those who believe that the creation is equal to the Creator hold the correct view? If these groups are not ‘Muslim’ enough for a ‘Muslim’ Marriages Bill, something must surely be amiss.

Those who enjoy singing the same song of ‘living in a secular state’ will understand the fact that it is unfair to declare a certain individual or a certain group of individuals ‘non-Muslim’ on the basis of them not being Muslim enough for a Bill which is meant to represent them. This Bill obviously demonstrates the immense favouritism towards the Sunni-Muslim groups present in South Africa. The fact that the Bill does not adequately cater for the other smaller groups of Muslims and their beliefs is evidence enough to prove that this Bill is quite selfish it its representation of the entire Muslim public of South Africa.

Therein lies the biggest problem for our project committee and the biggest problem for the MMB. It was quite unfortunate of them to have to have chosen sides in a very public matter such as that of the MMB resulting in the Bill heavily favouring (what seems to be) Hanafi Fiqh(jurisprudence). The Bill does not explicitly include the recognition of any of the 4 accepted and recognised schools of Fiqh (jurisprudence) which is in itself questionable since the nature of the issues to arise from marriages would almost always be Fiqhi (juristic) matters.

I tuned in to one of local Radio stations last week(Radio Islam) and had the fortunate experience of listening to the Secretary General of UUCSA (United Ulama Council South Africa) rambling on about why he thought it would be a good idea to ‘engage’ with government instead of outright rejection of the Bill. UUCSA represents seven (wow…SEVEN, I didn’t even know there were that many!) of the countries Ulama bodies. Six out of these seven throw their weight behind UUCSA’s decision of engagement whilst our friends over at Jamiat KZN have adopted the stance of total rejection of the Bill(well done!).

Yes, getting back to UUCSA’s secretary-general (or is it general secretary?), he was explaining the many cases of women’s rights being abused, the cases encountered, the amount encountered etc. and the need for such a Bill to be implemented (not necessarily the current drafted Bill) and the fact that the courts are already ruling in our Muslim marriages whether we subscribe to the Bill or not.

Firstly, no bill which will trample and destroy the Shari’ah will ever be enough to protect the rights of spouses in a marriage. Even if the bill is a hundred percent in full compliance with the Shari’ah, there is no guarantee that the Bill will remain in such a state for the simple reason that in doing so, there are groups of Muslims who will be discriminated against since they will not be classified as ‘Muslim’ under such a Bill; or there will be those who get married as Muslims under the MMB but change their beliefs down the line. These Muslims will not be satisfied with a Bill which does not recognise them or their beliefs because such a Bill would be downright judgmental, discriminatory and completely unfair to those who call themselves Muslim but do not harbour the same beliefs as a Sunni Muslim!

Secondly, if a Muslim woman is unhappy with the ruling of Shari’ah (or finds it unfair), goes to a secular court in search of a more favourable alternative and ultimately receives a favourable outcome totally contrary to Shari’ah, her action has not changed the Shari’ah. Her actions and that of the court have no bearing on the Shari’ah unless she is publicly announcing to the world that the Shari’ah should be changed to allow women more rights, to allow her to divorce her husband, to fine or imprison a man for practising upon a right given to him by Allah Ta’ala etc. Beginning to sound familiar? Ah yes, this is exactly what the MMB will do, isn’t it?

When a bill is called “Muslim Marriages Bill” and its intended purpose is for Muslims, we should be very careful what we put inside that Bill. Many people assume that if certain clauses of the Bill(those UUCSA has issues with) are to be rectified, the Bill will be fully compliant with the Shari’ah. There are clear clauses in the Bill which are in direct conflict with the Qur’aan. There are clear clauses in the Bill which, if accepted by Muslims will most likely take them out of the fold of Islam.’

At this stage, there is no room for partial acceptance or rejection of the Muslim Marriages Bill. There is no room for engagement with government. There is plenty of room to scrap the Bill altogether and start over taking all necessary elements into consideration and being very specific as to which group of Muslims the bill will target.

Polygamy, I suspect, has always and will always be a hotly debated topic especially when it comes to our dear friends and brothers and sisters from the modernist fraternity of Islam. Polygamy has not fared well with them unfortunately with many citing that it has no place in a modern context of the world we find ourselves in blah blah blah. I have had the most unfortunate run-ins with the gender desktop/women’s rights mujaahidaat to know that polygamy has no place in their perfect little worlds of re-interpretation of Qur’aanic texts, gender equality, ponies and flowers(okay that last bit had no bearing on the topic so I apologise, I couldn’t resist!).

You can therefore imagine my lack of surprise when I read that this marvelous Muslim Marriages Bill proposed by the project committee and approved by Cabinet and meant to recognise Muslim marriages in a secular state had the most absurd amount of and utterly ridiculous restrictions on polygamy. A man who wishes to marry a second wife may do so with the permission of the court. If he does without the permission of the courts, he will be ‘guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding R 20 000.00.”

How strange that even in Allah Ta’ala’s court a man who takes on a second wife or a third or a fourth wife is not guilty of any offence and already has Allah Ta’ala’s permission to do so. What many pro-MMB supporters have failed to realise is that by subjecting Islam and principles of Fiqh to a system which does not and cannot protect and safeguard this Divine system from Western modification or influence, you allow Islam to be changed and you allow the Shari’ah to be destroyed. The sanctity of Qur’aan is also destroyed together with the Imaan of many Muslims who will opt-in to such a Bill thinking that this Bill is in conformance to Shari’ah.

A man who wishes to take a second wife and does so is well within his rights as a Muslim and he is completely allowed to do this in accordance with the Shari’ah. Those who have a problem with such a right may take it up with Allah Ta’ala. Any women’s rights groups/gender activists who feel that multiple wives is somehow unfair, deeply misogynistic, sexist etc. I suggest that you too take it up with your Creator or alternatively you could think up your own Bill devoid of any association to Islam or Muslims.

As for those 6 out of 7 organisations who have chosen to hide under the umbrella of UUCSA, know this and know this well: Your duties are first and foremost to Islam and the Muslims of South Africa. Your allegiances do not lie with Muslim feminists, with the government of South Africa, Cabinet, the Saudi embassy, any embassy, your own whims and fancies etc. Your allegiances should lie with Allah Ta’ala who has given Muslims enough rights and ample responsibilities. You and your supporters should not attempt to pull the wool over the eyes of the Muslim public in South Africa in an attempt to curry favour through blind following and undying support. Please remember that your aim/s should never be the success of your organisation or the fact that your organisation exists in the first place. The aim should be the preservation of Islam and the Shari’ah.

If you are not doing this, if you are not concerned with such an aim then the Muslims in South Africa would be better off without your organisation!

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    The founder of the Shiah religion was the Jew, Ibn Sabã Yemeni. As the result of his plots against Islam, the army of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) had split into four groups.

    1. The group known as Shiah-e-Oola or the initial Shiahs. They were the sincere supporters of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu). They were all members of the Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama`ah. They recognised and accepted the senior Sahaabah (radhiallahu anhum) and the holy wives of Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). They honoured the Sahaabah and the holy wives in all respects. The group of sincere supporters did not fall into the trap of shaitaan as the other groups had.

    2. The second group is known as the Tafdheeliyah. They assigned to Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) superiority over all the Sahaabah. This group consists of the rank and file followers of the accursed Ibn Sabã. They had fallen prey to the evil conspiracy of Ibn Sabã and had to a degree accepted his teaching.

    Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) had severely threatened them. He warned that he would flog them eighty lashes if they assigned superiority to him over Hadhrat Abu Bakr and Umar (radhiallahu anhuma).

    3. The third group is called Sabbayyah or Abusers. They are also called Tabarraiyyah. They believed that all the Sahaabah were oppressors, usurpers, Munafiq and Kaafir. The members of this group constitute the middle-class of the followers of the shaitaan, Ibn Sabã.

    This group derived maximum capital for their evil from the conflicts which had developed between the two camps of Sahaabah.

    In his Khutbahs, Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) had disassociated himself from these vile anarchists and mischief mongers.

    4. The fourth group is called the Ghullaat or the Extremists. They were the elite and closest students and followers of Ibn Sabã. They believed in the divinity of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) like the Christians believe in the godhood of Hadhrat Isaa (alayhis salaam). From their belief of godhood, they later shifted their position and propagated the doctrine of ‘Hulool’, i.e. Allah Ta`ala’s ‘Rooh’ descended into Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) and he was god incarnate.

    Some of the Ghullaat were burnt out alive on the instructions of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu).

    Thus, the beginning of Shi`ism with its numerous varieties and off-shoots developed from the latter three groups of Hadhrat Ali’s (radhiallahu anhu) army or followers. The father and vile progenitor of them all was Ibn Sabã, the Jew. From this it will be seen that the original root of Shi`ism consists of three sects.


    The Ghullaat Shiahs consist of 24 sects, as follows:

    1. Sabaaiyyah
    They are the close companions of Abdullah Ibn Sabã, the Jew who was the founder of Shi`ism. Their pivotal doctrine was “Ali is truly God.”

    They propagated that he was not killed, rather, Ibn Muljim (the murderer of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) had killed a devil who had assumed the appearance of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu). According to their corrupt belief , he hid himself in a cloud. Thunder is in fact, the voice of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) and lightning is his whip. Therefore, whenever they see lightning and hear thunder, they recite:

    “Durood and Salaam on you, O Ameerul Mu’mineen!”

    They further claim that after some time Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) will descend from the clouds and destroy his enemies.

    2. Mufaddhaliyyah

    They are the followers of Mufaddhal Sairafi. Seeing the evil and corruption of the Sabaaiyyah, he formed a new sect. He propagated that the relationship of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) with Allah Ta`ala was like Hadhrat Isa’s (alayhis salaam) relationship with Allah Ta`ala. He forged a doctrine of trinity similar to the Christian belief.

    According to this sect, Nubuwwat (Prophethood) had not ended. Whoever attains unity with God is a Nabi. Many members of this sect had claimed Nubuwwat.

    3. Sareeghiyyah (also known as Sareefiyyah)

    Their religion is similar to the Mufaddhaliyyah. The only difference is that they confine the god-incarnate-in-man concept to the following five persons: Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam), Hadhrat Abbaas, Hadhrat Ali, Hadhrat Jafar and Hadhrat Aqeel (radhiallahu anhum).


    They are the followers of Bazeegh Bin Yunus. They believe in the godhood of Hadhrat Jafar Saadiq (rahmatullah alayh). Besides him, no other Imaam enjoyed godhood. Nevertheless, they believed that Wahi, Mi`raaj and reaching the Angelic realms are common to the other Imams.

    5. Kaamiliyyah

    They are the followers of Abu Kamil, who propagated the concept of reincarnation, namely, the transmigration of souls from one body to another. Thus, according to them the Divine Soul (Allah Ta`ala) transmigrated firstly into the body of Hadhrat Adam (alayhis salaam), then into the body of Hadhrat Sheeth (alayhis salaam), and in this way from Nabi to Nabi and Imaam to Imaam. The soul of the children of Adam (alayhis salaam) also migrate automatically from one body to another.

    They brand all the Sahaabah kaafir for not having made Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) the Khalifah. In fact, they paradoxically brand Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) too a kaafir for not claiming his ‘right’. But, in spite of this, it is their belief that Allah Ta`ala descended into the body of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu).

    6. Mughiriyyah

    They are the followers of Mughirah Bin Saeed Ajli who claimed that Allah Ta`ala is in the form of a Noorani male. On his head is a crown of Noor (celestial light). His heart is a fountain of wisdom.

    7. Janaahiyyah

    They too subscribe to the concept of reincarnation. They believe that the Divine Being transmigrated first into Hadhrat Adam (alayhis salaam). The process then continued in the following order;-

    Sheeth (alayhis salaam), then all the Ambiyaa (alayhimus salaam) in succession; after Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) into the bodies of Hadhrat Ali, Hadhrat Hasan, Hadhrat Husein and Hadhrat Muhammad Bin Hanfiyyah (radhiallahu anhum). Thereafter, into the bodies of Abdullah Bin Muawiyyah Bin Abdullah Bin Jafar (radhiallahu anhu).

    The meaning of Imaamat according to this sect is incarnation of the soul of god in the human body.

    They refute the events and affairs of Aakhirah and believe that all Haraam things are Halaal.

    8. Bayaaniyyah

    They are the followers of Bayaan Bin Sa`man. They too subscribe to the belief that Allah Ta`ala is incarnate in human bodies. It is their belief that Allah Ta`ala is incarnate in the body of Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). Thereafter, he entered the body of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu), then Muhammad Bin Al-Hanfiyyah and then Bin Sa`man.

    The fusion of the divine being into the human being is like the fire in a burning coal according to the doctrine of this sect.

    9. Mansuriyyah

    They are the followers of Abu Mansur Ajali. They do not believe in termination of Nubuwwat. The world, according to them, is eternal. They refute the Shariah which they say is the fabrication of the Ulama. They deny Jannat and Jahannum. After Imaam Baaqir (rahmatullahi alayh) they believe Abu Mansur to be the Imaam.

    10. Ghamaamiyyah

    They are also called Rabee-ah. They believe that Allah Ta`ala descends to earth concealed in clouds during spring. After touring the earth He again ascends into the heaven. The effects of spring such as flowers, fruit, etc. are the products of this Divine descent.

    11. Amwiyyah (Imaamiyyah)

    They believe that Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) was Rasulullah’s (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) co-partner in Risaalat (Prophethood).

    12. Tafweedhiyyah

    They believe that after creating the world, Allah Ta`ala assigned its affairs to Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). All things on earth, they claim, are lawful for Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). A group of this sect claimed that all affairs of the world were assigned to Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu). However, they later propagated that the assignment was to both.

    13. Khattaabiyyah

    They are the followers of Abul Khattaab Muhammad Bin Rabeeb al-Akhda` al-Asadi. They believe that all the Imams were the sons of Allah Ta`ala and Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) and Ja`far Saadiq (rahmatullahi alayh) are gods. Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) is called Ilaah-e-Akbar (the greatest god) and Ja`far Sadiq Ilaah-e-Asghar (the smaller god). Abul Khattaab is accepted as a prophet to whom all previous Ambiyaa have assigned their Prophethood. Obedience to Abul Khattaab is compulsory on entire creation. He advocated the permissibility of false testimony for members of his sect.

    14. Ma`mariyyah

    They believe in the Prophethood of Hadhrat Ja`far Saadiq (rahmatullahi alayh). After him they believe that Abul Khattaab was the Nabi. He waived the rules and restrictions of the Shariah. This group is an off-shoot of the Khattaabiyyah sect.

    15. Gharaabiyyah

    They believe that Hadhrat Jibraeel (alayhis salaam) erred in the delivery of Wahi. Instead of taking the Qur`anic Revelation to Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu), he erroneously delivered it to Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). The error was because of the profound resemblance between the appearance of Hadhrat Ali and Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam), i.e. according to this sect. Thus Jibraeel (alayhis salaam) was unable to differentiate. The ignorant ones of this sect invoke la`nat (curse) on Hadhrat Jibraeel (alayhis salaam).

    16. Thababiyyah

    They believe that Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) is the Nabi while Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) is god. They also propagated that the resemblance between Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and Ali (radhiallahu anhu) was total and perfect. This group is an off-shoot of the Gharabiyyah sect (No.15).

    17. Thammiyyah

    They subscribe to the doctrine of the godhood of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu). They claimed that Ali had sent Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) to invite mankind to him (i.e. Ali – the god), but, instead, he called people to himself (i.e. Muhammad -sallallahu alayhi wasallam). It is for this reason that they revile Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). It is on account of their criticism that they became known as Thammiyyah (the Revilers).

    18. Ithnaiyyah (The Dualists)

    They believe in the duality of godhood, i.e. both Ali (radhiallahu anhu) and Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) were god. The sect is sub-divided into two groups. One group believes in the superiority of Muhammad’s godhood while the other group proclaims the superiority of Ali’s godhood.

    This sect branched out of the Thammiyyah (No 17).

    19. Khamsiyyah (The Fivers)

    They believe in the doctrine of five in one, namely, Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam), Fatima, Ali, Hasan, Hussein (radhiallahu anhum) were all gods. Like the Christians who have the three-in-one concept, this sect subscribe to the five-in-one concept – that these five, while in different bodies were in reality one god. They do not differentiate in the godhood of the five.

    20. Naseeriyyah

    They believe that Allah is incarnate in Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) and in his descendants, namely, those among his descendants who are known as Imaam. Sometimes they directly referred to Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) as Ilah (god).

    This sect still survives in part of Syria and its members are called Alawis.

    21. Ishaaqiyyah

    They believe that the world is at no stage without a Nabi. They also subscribe to the belief of the divinity of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) and the Imaams. While they believe in the incarnation of god in the Imams after Ali, they differ regarding the repositories of Imaamat after Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu).

    22. Ghalbaaniyyah

    They too subscribe to the doctrine of Hadhrat Ali’s godhood. They further believe in Hadhrat Ali’s superiority over Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). They claimed that Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) pledged allegiance (bay`t) to Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu)

    23. Razaamiyyah

    They also subscribe to the belief of Allah’s incarnation in their Imaams. The chain of the Imams according to them is as follows:

    Hadhrat Ali – Muhammad Ibnul Hanfiyyah – Abu Hashim – Ibnul Muhammad ibnul Hanfiyyah – Ali Bin Abdullah Bin Abbaas. They subscribe to the doctrine of Hulool, i.e. their Imaams are god-incarnate. They abandoned the Faraa`idh (compulsory obligations) and legalized the prohibitions.

    24. Muqnaiyyah

    They believed that after Imaam Hussein (radhiallahu anhu) Muqnah was god. They believed in the four-in-one concept of godhood. The constituents of this concept were Ali, Hasan, Hussein and Muqnah. Originally, Muqnah was a member of the Ismaili sect, but became among the Ghullaat with his claim of godhood.

    From the aforegoing it will be seen that the fundamental basis or doctrine of all the Ghullaat Shiah sects is the concept of Uloohiyat (godhood) or Hulool (incarnation of god in man).

    Regarding the choice in determination of the Imams, the three sects Kisaaniyyah, Zaidiyyah and Imaamiyyah, are the guiding factors. Without going into an elaboration of the beliefs of these sects, only their names will be mentioned to give an idea of the chameleon- like metamorphosis of Shi`ism -it being a religion of opportunism changing from one hue to another as dictated by circumstances, expediencies and base personal motives of Satanism.

    The Kisaaniyyah

    This sect is divided into six sub-sects: Kuraibiyyah, Ishaaqiyyah, Harbiyyah (Kindiyyah), Abbaasiyyah, Tayyaariyyah and Mukhtariyyah.

    The Zaidiyyah

    This sect split into nine sub-sects: Zaidiyyah, Jaardawiyyah, Jareeriyyah, Tabariyyah, Al-Ghamiyyah, Daqniyyah, Khashbiyyah, Ya`qubiyyah and Saalihiyyah.

    The Imaamiyyah

    This sect is divided into 34 groups: Husainiyyah, Nafsiyyah, Hukmiyyah (Hishaamiyyah), Saalimiyyah (Jawaaleeqqiyyah), Shataaniyyah (Nu`maaniyyah), Zaraariyyah, Yunusiyyah, Badaaiyyah, Mufawwidha, Baaqariyyah, Haadhariyyah, Naadosiyyah, Amaariyyah, Mubaarakiyyah, Baatiniyyah, Qarmatiyyah, Shameetiyyah, Maiminiyyah, Khalfiyyah, Barqiyyah, Janaabiyyah, Sab`eeyyah, Mahdawiyyah, Musta`liyyah, Nazaariyyah, Aftahiyyah, Ishaaqiyyah, Qat`iyyah, Musawiyyah, Mutwariyyah, Rajiyyah, Ahmadiyyah, Ithna Ashriyyah and Ja`fariyyah.

    The above information is an excerpt from the book “Shi’ism Exposed”. This book is written by The Mujlisul Ulama of South Africa. It is exceptionally well-researched and sourced from Shi’a literary works. If you would like to read more regarding the intricate details of Shi’a beliefs, you may view the book here:

    Shi’ism Exposed


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