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 The Major Different Sects and their Beliefs

Now that we know who the Ahle Sunnah Wa Jamaah are, we will look at the beliefs of the other groups [(irqahs). Note that all their beliefs are against their beliefs of the Ahle Sunnah Wa Jamaah. Some of the major sects or cults are as follows: -

MU’TAZILITES: The Mu’tazilites have been divided into 20 groups and among their corrupted beliefs are:A. A person is a creator of his own actions.
B. On the Day of Judgement nobody will be able to see Allah.
C. It is Fard and Waajib upon Almighty Allah to reward good and punish evil.

SHIAS: The Shias have been divided into 22 groups and from them many off shoots or branches. Due to their erroneous beliefs in connection with the personality of Sayyiduna Ali Murtadha (radi Allahu anhu) they have been expelled from the fold of the Ahle Sunnah Wa Jamaah.

This group was divided into 20 groups. Their beliefs were contrary to that of the Shias for they hated and made false allegations against Sayyiduna Ali Murtadha (radi Allahu anhu). The Deobandis /Wahabis /Najdi group are also considered as one of the offshoots of the Khaarijites. Some beliefs of the Deobandi /Wahabi /Najdi group are:

1. Allah can speak a lie. (Fatawah Rashidiyah, by Rasheed Ahmed Gangohi)
2. Allah does not know beforehand what His creations would do. He only comes to after they have done something. (Bulghatul Hairaan, by Hussain Ali)
3. Shaitaan and the Angel of Death are more knowledgeable than the Prophet. (Baraaheen-e-Qaati’ah, by Khalil Ahmed Ambethvi)
4. The amount of Knowledge of the Unseen possessed by the Prophet, has also been given to animals, lunatics and children. (Hifzul Iman, by Ashraf Ali Thanvi)
5. The Prophet is not the only Rahmatul-lil Aalameen (Mercy to the Worlds). (Fatawah Rashidiyah, by Rashid Ahmed Gangohi)
6. It is possible for another Nabi to appear after the Holy Prophet. (Tahzeerun Naas, by Qasim Nanotvi)
7. The Holy Prophet learned the Urdu language from the Ulema of Deoband. (Baraaheen-e-Qaati’ah, by Khalil Ahmed Ambhetvi)

MARJIYAHS: They were divided into 5 groups. They believed that if a person possessed Imaan, then there was no such thing as sin. In other words, they say that man is sinless.

NAJAARIYAHS: They were divided into 3 groups. Although certain of their actions were in accordance with the Ahle Sunnah Wa Jaamah, yet, they declared that the Holy Quran was a creation, thereby excluding themselves from the majority of the Ahle Sunnah Wa Jamaah.

JABARRIYAHS: They considered man to be absolutely helpless without even having the power to do good.

MUSHABBAHS: This group was famous for associating one thing with the other. They believed that Almighty Allah was similar to the human in physical attributes. They also believed that it was possible for Almighty Allah to be imprisoned within a human body.

We seek forgiveness from Almighty Allah for reproducing such utterances even though our sole purpose in doing so is to warn Sunnis about such corrupted groups.


the great Mujaddid, A’la Hadrat Imam Ahmad Raza al-Qaadiri Barelwi (alaihir rahmah) has identified 12 Cults or sects which he said have Shaitaan as their Murshid. Muslims should avoid such groups, as taking guidance from them will invite the Wrath of Allah Ta’ala. The Cults identified by A’la Hazrat (radi Allahu anhu) are:

1. The evil jesters who mock the Ulama and jeer at the teachings of the Shari’ah. They (falsely) claim that the Ulama and the Fuqara have always been at odds with each other. These ignorant idiots cast doubts over the most eminent Ulama and question their integrity. They slander them by calling them (Ulama) "pundits" and say that the Ulama should exhibit/perform miracles like those of the Prophets of Bani Israel.
2. Heretics who are self-proclaimed Faqeers and Walis (Saints). They claim that Shari’ah is a path, which is no longer needed once the destination is reached.
3. Those who are actually unlettered, uncultivated and uneducated. They skim through a few books and feign to be most knowledgeable. They disregard the Imams of Fiqh like Imam Abu Hanifa, Imaan Shafi’i… and consider themselves more learned than them and find faults with their rulings and decrees. They consider themselves greater scholars of the Quran and Hadith than the Imams. Such persons are misguided - Ghair Muqallids.
4. Worse than the first three cults are those who believe in the Book "Taqwi’atul Imaan" by Ismail Dehlawi and have turned their backs on the Quran and the Hadith. According to their principles and beliefs contained in the afore-mentioned text, even Allah and His Rasool (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) are Mushriks! The text "Taqwi’atul Imaan" is the source text and root of Deobandism.
5. Worst than all those are the Deobandis who have rationalized Kufriah teachings of Gangohi, Nanotwi and Thanwi, etc, and colouring it in as an Islamic context. They have transgressed to such an extent that they have accepted insults of Allah Ta’ala and the beloved Rasool (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
6. Qadiyanis
7. Nechri (atheist)
8. Chakraalwi (Ahle Quran or Quraani group)
9. Rawaafiz (Shi’te dissenting sect)
10. Khawaarij (a sect dissenting from Hazrat Ali - radi Allahu anhu)
11. Nawaasib (a sect dissenting from Hazrat Ali - radi Allahu anhu - and Ahle Bait)
12. Mo’tazelah, etc. (rationalistic sect of dissenters) (Fatawa Afriqa)