The things that Allah (SWT) has forbidden are the blatant sins

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The things that Allah (SWT) has forbidden are the blatant sins

Say (O Muhammad SAAWS): 'But the things that my Lord has forbidden are the blatant sins whether committed openly or secretly, sins (of all kinds), unrighteous oppression, to join partners (in Al 'Ibaadah) with Allah for which He has given no authority, and saying things about Allah of which you have no knowledge.' [Al-A'raaf:26-32]

These people may call what they have innovated of Bida': Truth, as they do call what they realize of Al Qadar: Truth. The path of the Truth according to them is the conduct of he who does not confine himself to the Legislator's Commandment nor His Prohibition; rather, it is the path of whatever he sees, tastes, and finds in his heart inspite of what is in it of heedlessness for Allah (AWJ), etc.

These people do not consistantly use Al-Qadar for argument. Rather, their basis is to follow their own opinions and desires, and make what they see and what they desire the truth. Thus they command the people to follow this but not the Command of Allah (AWJ) and His Messenger (SAAWS). This is similar to the Bida' of the scholasticists such as Al Jahamiyah and others who make their innovated sayings, which are opposing the Scripture and the Sunnah, rational realities which must be believed and not that which has been audibly transmitted (Quraan and Sunnah). As for the Scripture and the Sunnah, they either twist the text out of its proper context or they totally neglect it. They do not mediate the text properly nor do they comprehend it. Rather, they say: We refer its meaning to Allah, inspite of their belief in the adverse of its meaning.