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Benefit: Anonymous Doubts - Shaykh ʿUbayd: "Throw It in the Bin"

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

  A question posed to Ustādh ʿAbdu-ilāh Laḥmāmī whereby he recounts how the noble scholar, ʿUbayd al-Jābirī, dealt with an anonymous letter flung over his wall. The unsigned letter was filled with accusations against established Salafī callers. The noble scholar said: throw it in the bin.  It is noted that the so-called scales of justice of these anonymous claimants involves being silent about every enemy of the salafī daʿwah whilst being vicious towards Ahl al-Sunnah. The noble speaker challenges those with claims to bring them forth (like men), be just and upright and show your face and speak openly. Arrogant oppressors who harm themselves. 

[Q]: In this era of digital gossip and rumourmongering, some Salafis are brought rumours and slanders and listen to them or pass them on verbatim to others. When they are asked “who said this to you”, they say “there’s no need for names” or “I don’t want to say”. Can you tell us if this is the correct approach when dealing with doubts, how do the scholars handle doubts, rumours etc. that come to them without a chain? 

ديننا حدثنا ليس قيل وقال
Our religion is “on the authority of, not he said/she said.”


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Audio: The Beautiful Character of the Upright Student of Knowledge

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

  Audio: The Beautiful Character of the Upright Student of Knowledge

A phone link from Toronto (2018/04/14) with Shaykh ʿAbdullāh al-Ẓufayrī translated by Ustādh ʿAbdu-ilāh Laḥmāmī exemplifying the beautiful characteristics of the guided, upright young student of knowledge - his traits, his challenges, what safeguards him, and the bounty of his relationship with the scholars and the faḍl (excellence) this brings to his community. A timely advice in a time of phantom callers built upon the digital 'house of cards' that is social media. Nowadays, a person may create multiple click-bait pages or accounts that lure Ahl al-Sunnah towards attention seeking youngsters who wish to confuse and distort the truth. This lecture clarifies the correct path an upright student charts in his quest for beneficial knowledge.


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Benefit: Travelling to China for Uṣūl al-Sunnah at a Time When There Were No Vehicles

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy


قال أبو يعلى الحنبلي :  لو رحل رجل إلى الصين في طلبها لكان قليلا

Abū Yaʿlá al-Ḥanbalī (raḥimahullāh) mentioned: If a man were to travel to China seeking it (i.e. Uṣūl al-Sunnah of Imām Aḥmad), the journey would be considered insignificant.

Source: Ṭabaqāt al-Ḥanābilah 1/241
Translated by Munīb al-Ṣumālī

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2018 Islamic Summer Courses

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2018 Summer Courses with Ustādh Mūsá Richardson

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Date: Mon. July 9th - Wed. July 18th, 2018
Location: Masjid al-Furqān (TROID) 874-A Weston Rd. Toronto, Canada


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Benefit: “An Attribute I Have Known From Akhzam” The Inheritance of the Ḥizbīs

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

The phrase "An attribute I have known from Akhzam" is an old Arab proverb which is based on a true story of a man named Akhzam who was disobedient and rebellious to his father. Later when Akhzam passed away, his children increased in harshness and disobedience to their grandfather, surpassing Akhzam himself. Until one day they beat their own grandfather, the grandfather then replied by saying:

إنَّ بَنِيَّ ضَرَّجُونِي بالدَّمِ *** شِنْشِنَةٌ أَعْرِفُهَا مِن أَخْزَمِ
Indeed My Children Have Imbrued me (with my own) Blood. An Attribute I Have Known From Akhzam.

Meaning, that which they were doing was not something new for the grandfather, rather it was an attribute inherited from the deceased Akhzam.

The Scholars use this famous proverb to illustrate to us that the Ḥizbīs have not brought something new with them, rather speaking ill of the Salafis is something the people of innovation and Ḥizbiyyah of old would practice.

Abū Ḥātim al-Rāzī mentioned: A sign of the people of innovation is their battling against the people of narrations (Ahl al-Athar). [ʿAqīdah al-Salaf wa Asḥāb al-Ḥadīth, pg.304]
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