Yusuf Estes


“The reality is, many times, I’ve visited so many communities, I visit three or four communities every week, fifty-two weeks a year. So after visiting maybe three hundred communities, four hundred communities every single year, I’m telling you it’s absolutely the same problem over and over and over. When I’m getting ready to leave, a brother always comes up to me:

‘Brother I need to talk to you in private, brother I need to talk to you in private, I just gotta ask you one thing, see I gotta talk to you, please, please.’

And then we step over to the side and the first words from his mouth is:

‘See my wife, she’s not a Muslim and here’s my problem…’

I said ‘No, no you already told me the problem, you just told me the problem, your wife’s not a Muslim. Because it’s gonna get worse. Do you have any children?’

No, and…”

I said ‘Then just get away quick before you do.’

Because if you’re already having problems, you think  it’s gonna get better after you have children? No, no it’s not. You cannot make these women become believers…And if they have children it gets even worse. There is really no Islamic State on earth today, there’s no Khalifah. There’s no Islamic State, you cannot really and truly guarantee that you are able to give the proper rights to your wife or to your children when you try to do this kind of thing, when you marry a woman that’s not a Muslim even if she’s Ahl-Al-Kitab. Because, and I have talked to some of these women, hamdullah some of them will enter Islam and that’s beautiful. But for those who don’t enter into Islam, what happens, they wind up resenting the husband. They start working against him. They start figuring ways to mess him up so that he won’t pray, or that he won’t fast. They’ll cook something:

‘Oh I forgot you’re fasting, but I made this meal, why don’t you go and eat it?’

They’ll purposely expose him to things trying to get him away from the deen, they become Shaytan to him. And when they have children they use that against him. I’m not saying every woman does that but that’s the rule, not the exception.”

Muslim woman marrying a non-Muslim

I’m a proud Muslim woman by birth. I love and care for my parents. However, I did something a few years ago that hurt my dad and mom very much. I did something with a man who loves me and cares for me very much. I do not regret what I have with him and I want him always as my life partner. He is the right person for me and no one is going to tell me different.
Now he is a Hindu man and a good person too. He lets me follow Islam and I have no problem wdone ith him being a Hindu. We both understand and more important is the equality in our relationship, ourmarriage will be based on cooperation and understanding, without others telling us how to live our lives. This is something lacking in the Muslim culture, I think. We live in India which is a Hindu nation and Hindu culture. Therefore, I do not see a problem with what we are doing at all. My question to you is, “How do I convince my parents, especially my father that this man is the right man for me and I want him always. He is the right man for my father’s number one daughter! My father somehow believes a Muslim girl is not allowed to marry a non-Muslim man, like my husband to be. What can I show him from the Quran or sunnah or some fatwah that it is OK for me to marry the one and only man I love? What does Quran actually say, if anything about all of this? I know it is OK because I see people doing this all the time and even some mulanas are doing something like this, on temporary marriage basis or something like that.
Just give me something to satisfy my father, please.

I do see your point about finding someone you feel comfortable with and want to make a life with. The problem is, it is not acceptable to Allah. He does not consider what you have as a true marriage, due to it not being within what He has prescribed in His Book.

You may see this man as something very good, especially to you. But have you thought about this, the man does not believe in Allah, as One and only One God. The man does not believe in Adam, Ibrahim, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad, peace be on them, as prophets. He does not love Allah. He cannot enter Jennah. You cannot be with him in the Next Life.

Marriage to such a person will only end in a huge problem. The man would eventually challenge something from Allah’s religion, and the woman would have to make a decision to leave him or stay without real Islam anymore.

Another problem would be the children. She would be intimidated by the man’s family to allow the children to become their religion, or at least to allow these children to “choose for themselves”. And that would be rejected by Allah on the part of the parents. The mother and father of a child are responsible for raising their children in the best way, as believers.


The word in Arabic translated here as ‘polytheist’ is ‘al mushrikaati’ and this is the female form of the word. That is because it is not permissible for Muslim women to even consider marriage to a non-Muslim man. The word translated in surah al Mumtahinah as ‘disbelievers’ is ‘al kuffari’ in Arabic and this is the male.

Let us consider some of the reasons for this, inshallah.
Number one, and absolutely the most important, is because Allah Subhannah wa Ta’ala has said so. And it is not up to us to even worry about the “WHY” when we have a very clear commandment from Allah telling us to do something or not to do something.


Idolators (non-Jewish, non-Christian and non-Muslim) are never accepted as believers and not lawful for the Muslim men to marry. The Jewish and Christian women (only) are permitted to marry the believing men, so as to allow them to have the opportunity to draw closer to the truth and learn more about Islam. Their children would be raised automatically as believing Muslims.

How about this idea, you start taking a more serious look at your own religion and begin to really practice it as much as you can. Then if you see it for what it really is, you can share your findings with this man. Then if he likes what you are talking about and decides he does find this attractive, you help him come to the true Islam. Then both of you will be much better off in this life and in the Next Life.

Here is a nice video part one and two for you both to enjoy and see what it can do to help out:

Meantime, you are in big trouble with your family and with Allah Subhannah Wa Ta’ala. This needs to be corrected (ended) or you could destroy yourself and not help him either. Oh, and by the way, according to Allah – this man is NOT your husband – Not in the sight of Almighty Allah. It is only adultery you are doing and calling it marriage to a Hindu.


Does Islam Kill Apostates?

“…those who seek to convert people away from Islam into other faiths or to destroy the Islamic government would naturally be considered as traitors and then dealt with as such.”



Gays – “Do They Have a Place in Islam?”

“Scholars of Islam have already made it clear what the position is on those who engage in homosexual activities. Read what Dr. Jafaar Sheikh Idrees says on the subject…

‘Islam considers homosexuality as a sexual deviation leading to a perverted act which goes against the natural order Allah intended for mankind. It is a corruption of the man’s sexuality and a crime against the opposite sex. Therefore, the Islamic Shari’ah strictly prohibits the practice of this perverted act.

Just as a person who has a sexual urge should not satisfy it by committing zina, a person who has this perverted thought should not act upon it. In order to maintain the purity of the Muslim society, most Muslim scholars have ruled that the punishment for this act should be the same as for zina (i.e. one hundred whiplashes for the man who has never married, and death by stoning for the married man). Some have even ruled that it should be death for both partners, because the Prophet, sallallahu alayhe wa sallam, said: “Kill the doer and the one to whom it was done.’

We should be aware, especially when considering putting our children in public schools and day care centers where these types of people can work and come in contact with them without anyone being able to say a word.”


(via HP)


Last October, I listened to an online audio sermon by an American Muslim preacher, Sheik Yusuf Estes, who was scheduled to speak at West Virginia University as a guest of the Muslim Student Association. He soon moved to the subject of disobedient wives, and his recommendations mirrored the literal reading of 4:34. First, “tell them.” Second, “leave the bed.” Finally: “Roll up a newspaper and give her a crack. Or take a yardstick, something like this, and you can hit.”

When I telephoned Estes later to ask about the sermon, he said that he had been trying to limit how and when men could hit their wives. He realized that he had to revisit the issue, he told me, when some Canadian Muslim men asked him if they could use the Sunday newspaper to give their wives “a crack.”

Yet even those doing the 4:34 dance seem to realize that there’s a problem. When I went back to listen to the audio clip later, the offensive language had been removed. And when I asked Estes if he had ever rolled up a newspaper to give his own wife a crack, he responded without hesitation.

“I’m married to a woman from Texas,” he said. “Do you know what she would do to me?”


The Ahmadiyya Movement, which originated in the Indian subcontinent under the patronage of the British colonialists, espouses beliefs which leave no doubt as to their apostasy from Islam. Among their erroneous beliefs is their denial of the finality of Prophethood of Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah on him), an article of faith endorsed by the Qur’an and Hadith reports as well as the consensus of the Companions and scholars.
The Quran states:
“O people! Muhammad has no sons among ye men, but verily, he is the Messenger of Allah and the last in the line of Prophets. And Allah is aware of everything.” [Al Ahzab 33:40]

{مَّا كَانَ مُحَمَّدٌ أَبَا أَحَدٍ مِّن رِّجَالِكُمْ وَلَكِن رَّسُولَ اللَّهِ وَخَاتَمَ النَّبِيِّينَ وَكَانَ اللَّهُ بِكُلِّ شَيْءٍ عَلِيماً}
Transliteration: Mā Kāna Muĥammadun ‘Abā ‘Aĥadin Min Rijālikum Wa Lakin Rasūla Allāhi Wa Khātama An-Nabīyīna Wa Kāna Allāhu Bikulli Shay’in `Alīmāan

The true Prophet of Islam, Muhammad, observed: «The tribe of Israel was guided by prophets. When a prophet passed away, another succeeded him. But no prophet will come after me; only caliphs will succeed me.» [Reported by Al-Bukhari]
«كانت بنو إسرائيل تسوسهم الأنبياء، كلما هلك نبي خلفه نبي، وإنه لا نبي بعدي، وسيكون خلفاء فيكثرون»

The Ahmadiyyas are followers of a certain Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian who lay claim to prophethood and used fabricated Hadith reports and twisted meanings of some Qur’anic verses to support himself. However, the true Prophet of Islam warned of this danger explicitly, He said PBUH: «The Hour will not come … until nearly thirty “dajjals” (liars) appear, each one claiming to be a messenger from Allah.» [Reported by Muslim]
«لا تقوم الساعة حتى يبعث دجالون كذابون قريب من ثلاثين. كلهم يزعم أنه رسول الله.»

Shortly after the death of Prophet Muhammad, a man named Musailama, a claimant to prophethood, was fought against together with his followers for their apostasy. It is worth noting that Musailama did not deny the prophethood of Muhammad (peace and blessings on him) and nor did his followers. It is also worth noting that it was misinformation that led the tribe of Banu Hunaifa to accept Musailama’s false claims. Nevertheless, the consensus of the companions was to declare them apostates and wage a war against them. This is evidence enough to declare the Ahmadiyyas as disbelievers.

Another example of the Ahmadiyya’s rejection of the Qur’an and Sunnah is their contention that Jesus died, and that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was an incarnation of Jesus. In fact, according to the 1985 Encyclopedia Britannica, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed to be not only Jesus but Prophet Muhammad, the Mahdi, and the Hindu god Krishna. It suffices to refer back to the essence of Islam which is the Uniqueness of God: any concept of man becoming god, worse yet a Hindu God who is one out of many, is false according to the Qur’an. On this, Islam is uncompromising; hence this error of the Ahmadiyyas is the foremost indication of their exit from Islam. Finally, the Ahmadiyyas also rejected jihad, a tactic which was designed to eliminate Muslim resistance to British colonialist rule.

7 Responses “Yusuf Estes” →

  1. Abu Muhammad al-Britani

    January 7, 2014

    JazakAllahu khairan. I found some old videos of Yusuf Estes on the Islam Channel in the UK giving 2-hour call-in fatwa programs all by himself! I made a hilarious compilation check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5nXJ-8F5G8

  2. Anonymous

    July 14, 2013

    search for yusuf estes quran website to get to know this character Mr Estes … what liar

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