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The academic content of this website is frequently reviewed by a number of accomplished students of knowledge. Articles are written by or at least reviewed by Moosaa Richardson. You may contact him directly using the comment feature at his website, www.Bakkah.net, or by using the contact form below.

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13 responses to “Contact Us

  1. As salaamu Alaikum akhee, thank you for the efforts made in the publicity of Yusuf Estes. At the same time I wish to advice you to disable comments (statements, emotions & experiences) posted on this page.

    Rather, comments should be allowed of known Scholars and students of knowledge so that your sole purpose of preventing people from deviation is preserved and not become a door to deviation itself.

    • This is excellent advice. I agree that this should be the policy of this website. May Allaah bless it and allow it to aid in conveying clarity in Allaah’s Religion, to those Bakkah.net could not reach!

  2. Bismillaah
    Assalaamualaykum warahmatullaah
    On page 15 of the ebook ‘yusuf estes and the quran 2’ you state that ‘Allah has referred to the Quran as a book, which by definition is something written, in many quranic passages.’ Then you quote 1 ayat. It would be beneficial to quote other ayaat also, not that 1 is not enough, just for more proof.
    Regards
    Salim r Bhatoo

    • wa ‘alaykas-salaamu wa rahmatullaah. We tried to keep the PDF short dear brother, and to be honest, all we need is Allaah to refer to the Quran once as a book, and then anyone who would dare say “the Quran is not a Book” would be a clear disbeliever in the Quran, rejecting the Words of Allaah.

      Check out these verses: Ch.2, v2, v89, v121, v129, v151… those are just in the first part of Soorah al-Baqarah… then Soorah ali ‘Imrah ch3 v3, v7, v164, Soorah Nisaa ch4 v24, v105, v113, v127, v136… for starters. May Allaah bless you!

  3. Yusuf Estes has stated that he is only giving the etymology of words. So Qur’an means recitation and the definition of recitation, at least in English, is “the act of reciting something memorized.” Kitab means book and the definition of book is “written pages bound together with covers.” Mushaf means written pages. So technically speaking, based on etymology (definitions), book and recitation and written pages are not the same. The fact is, if we called the Quran by its English meaning “recitation” and you say to someone “I am going to go get the recitation” they would expect you to bring back a recording and not a physical book. And so he takes the words on their literal meaning. He fails to take into account Allah’s word that you cited, such as Ch.2, v2.

  4. Assalamualaikum wr br Brother. I was searching your website for the introductory of the author of this website apart from the Sheik’s biography itself. Could we please know a little about the author? I was thought to firstly know who we’re learning from especially about our faith and I think it’s a fair request for everybody visiting your website to know who the author is.

    Jazakallahu khairan kathira.

    • wa ‘alaykas-salaamu Muhammad Haikal, thank you for visiting and showing proper concern for the source of your Islamic knowledge. Please review the updated information above regarding the author of the articles and the supervisor of the website. May Allaah grant you success.

  5. Valakuimaslam,
    I was just curious about what this website is? I wanted to study the deen and i wanted to get the right sources and stumbled upon this website. I am a bit confused I watch some Yusuf Estes videos from time to time. Does that mean that he is bad or something?
    All i am really interested in is Getting Authentic proper Islamic knowledge. I live in America and see some Muslims from time to time doing some weird things. I would like to educate myself in the deen. It is very important to me to get proper Islamic knowledge. Many people are lacking Islamic knowledge. Inshallah I will study in Medinah University, Please Make Dua for me To get accepted.

    • Thanks for visiting, Jawad. The articles on this website have been published to help you understand that you would only learn the confusion and rhetoric of the Shee’ah, the Jahmiyyah, the Khawaarij, etc. from Yusuf Estes, not authentic Islamic teachings based on the Quran and Sunnah. May Allaah give you success in your goals of studying Islaam in Madeenah, in safety and good health.

  6. assalamu alaikum,
    i just wanted to inform the admin that the youtube video that is embedded on the page “The real Yusuf Estes behind the scenes” has been removed by the youtube user. when you click the video it brings you to a dead link. Allahu yubaariku feekum

    • wa ‘alayk as-salaamu wa rahmatullaah. It seems that Yusuf not only is ignorant of what the Quran actually is, he is ignorant of the soorahs in it as well. May Allaah guide him.

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