A Response To Tijani’s ‘Then I was Guided’. Adapted from Bal Ḍalalta by Shaykh Khalid al-ʿAsqalani.
Fabrications and Contradictions; these have been two of the most resourceful tools in the Shia box of tricks. Many neatly crafted propaganda books were brought into circulation during the past century. These books include Peshawar Nights, al Muraja’at and Thumma ihtadaytu (Then I was Guided) by Muhammad Tijani Samawi.
Tijani retells his journey of enlightenment which ultimately led to his ‘guidance’ to the faith of the Rafidah. This fantasy tale serves as the tapestry into which his criticisms against Sahabah have been carefully woven. The lies and forgery which constitutes the bulk of his book have been patched over by empty claims of objectivity and impartiality.
The success of this book has been phenomenal which resulted in it being translated into many languages including English. To date no rebuttal of it has been penned in the English language.
The Maḥajjah Institute has undertaken to undo the knots on Tijani’s work and expose it for the deceit and lies it is. In this regard they have used Khalid Asqalani’s ‘Bal Ḍalalta’ as a guideline in their refutation of ‘Then I was Guided’ titled: Rather, Misguided!