Qadi Thanaullah Panipati

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Qazi Muhammad Sanaullah Usmani Panipati Mujaddidi
Died d. 1225 AH.[1]
Era Medieval era
School Sunni, Hanafi, Naqshbandi
Main interests Tafsir and Naqshbandi silsilah
Notable ideas Takfir of Yazid I, Love of Sahaba and Ahle Bait alike, Takfir of Shiaism
Influences

Qazi Muhammad Sanaullah Panipati (Arabic: قاضي ثناء الله بنيباتي‎) (d. 1225 AH [1]) was a Sunni Islamic scholar.

Name[edit]

His full name was Qazi Thanaullah Panipati aka Qazi Sanaullah Panipati.

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He viewed Yazid I to be a Kafir:[3]

The Banu Umayya were initially kaafir, then some of them presented themselves as Muslim. Yazeed then became a kaafir. The Banu Umayya maintained their enmity towards the family of the Prophet (sawas), and killed Husayn in a cruel manner. The kaafir Yazeed committed kufr in relation to the Deen of Muhammad (sawas) proven by the fact that at the time of the killing of Husayn he made a pointed reference to avenging the deaths of his kaafir ancestors slain in Badr. He acted against the family of Muhammad (sawas), Banu Hashim and in his drunken state he praised the Banu Umayya and cursed the Banu Hashim from the pulpit

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Qur'anic Studies - An Introduction to the Science of Tafsir
  2. ^ Qadi Thana'Ullah Panipati, Yusuf Talal De Lorenzo. Essential Islamic Knowledge (Mala Budda Minhu), UK Islamic Academy, 2003.
  3. ^ On Cursing Yazid Bin Muwaiya, Ahlus Sunnah Foundation of Canada, 3 November 2008, retrieved 27 June 2009