Q 1: A
fellow, who is a Masjid (mosque) Imam and a preacher in
one of the villages existing in the suburbs of
told me that there are
several poetic lines describing the attributes of
Safy Al-Din ibn Ahmad
that are circulated in the
City of Sabr in Yemen
during feasts and birthday celebrations
I am Ahmad, a descendant of Haydar and my grandfather is Al-Mustafa (the Prophet), whose grave is visited by peopleI have a Minbar (pulpit) in Jannah Al-Firdaws (The highest degree in Paradise) as I have power and position at the Throne (of Allah)To concur them and ruin their houses was the first to knock Khaybar down (Part No. 2; Page No. 96)
Do these stanzas include disbelief and invention of lies against Allah (Glorified and Exalted be He)?
What is mentioned in these stanzas includes outrageous excessiveness and claim of sharing Allah (Glorified be He) in His Throne and Sovereignty, which constitutes Kufr (disbelief) in Him (Glorified and Exalted be He). Therefore, such lines must not be recited and should be prevented and resisted.