Sufism and the Imams of the Salafi Movement
Shaykh Abdul Hafiz al-Makki
Ismaeel Nakhuda (translation)
Hardback, 398 pages
Mawqif A'imma al-Haraka al-Salafiyya min al-Tasawwuf wal-Sufiyya
What did Ibn Taymiyya and Ibn al Qayyim al Jawziyya think about Sufism? Did they criticize Sufism as something foreign to Islam? Or did they accept it as an essential part of the religion?
Both Ibn Taymiyya and Ibn al Qayyim left authentic writings that tell us what they thought about Sufis. The answer is clear: not only did they approve of Sufism, they and their students practiced it themselves.
Translated by Mawlana Ismaeel Nakhuda, this book is a compilation of the authentic words of various Imams who are revered by the modern reformist movement known as Salafism.