In Talbees Iblees p.524, Ibn al-Jawzi (d.597) relates from his teacher Abu’l Wafaa’ ibn Aqeel (d.513) that he said:

“When the obligations became difficult for the ignorant vile people, they turned away from the acts of worship of the Shariah and replaced them with acts that
they innovated for themselves. And these acts became easy for them since they weren’t commanded to do them by someone else.”

He said: “And they are Kuffar in my sight due to the following actions, such as: glorifying graves, and honoring them by that which the Shariah prohibits
and lighting fires by them and kissing them and refurbishing them. And speaking to the dead with one’s wishes and writing letters on the grave saying “Ya mawla, do such and such for me” and taking dirt from the grave as a blessing. And covering the grave with perfume, and
traveling distances to them. And hanging items on trees; imitating those who worshipped al-Lat and al-Uzza...”

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فقال له عمرو : لقد أنزل عليه سورة وجيزة بليغة

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