The Messenger, ʿalayhī al-ṣalātu wa-al-salām, said, “Indeed gentleness does not enter into anything except that it beautifies it, isn't removed from anything except that it disfigures it.”
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An excellent refresher on various aspects of brotherhood and the sacredness of the Muslim, from our beloved brother Abū ʿUways (raḥīmahullāh).
An extremely important benefit concerning the importance of curing ignorance with the medicine of knoweldge. Indeed 'ignorance is a disease that kills, and its cure lies in two things in the same form of prescription, a text from the Book of Allāh or from the Sunnah, and the doctor of all of that is the scholar who fears Allāh.'
An awakening lecture by our beloved brother Abū ʿUways (raḥimahullāh), where he advises us with being upon istiqāmah (being upright). Abū ʿUways reminds us that Allāh is more merciful to His creatures than they are to themselves. He further goes on to mention the meaning of istiqāmah in detail. He gives sincere advice on being straight, and not falling into the things that can take a person out of Islām. Islām is a complete way of life. It is a total program and we must enter into Islām totally. Additionally, Abū ʿUways mentions we cannot take what is in accordance with our desires whilst leaving off the rest
Ḥizbiyyah (partisanship) whether it be to a nation, tribe, organisation or group is prohibited. The only partisanship one should have is to Allāh and his Messenger (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhi wa-sallam), partisanship for the truth.
An excellent admonition repelling the shubuḥāt (doubts) that are widespread amongst the average Muslim in relation to 'Jihād'.
Our brother, Abū ʿUways (raḥimahullāh), gives a short khuṭbah on lowering the gaze and protecting oneself from falling into sin.
A bold khuṭbah describing those who will be under Allāh's Shade on the Day there will be no shade except His shade.
A lecture series by our beloved brother Abū ʿUways (raḥimahullāh) wherein he delves into a 3 part series entitled Shedding Light on the Books of the Salaf in ʿAqīdah. He begins by explaining the statement of Ibn Taymīyyah regarding dealing with innovations and the people of innovation. There are people who claim to be upon Salafīyyah, but they are in a completely different direction when it comes to making clear the errors of innovators and their innovation. The harmful effect from not making clear the errors of the people of innovation is that the youth begin to defend, become jealous of, and even protect the people of innovation and their innovations. Moreover, he explains how some may even protect the innovators more than they protect the Sunnah and the people of the Sunnah.
Our noble brother, may Allāh have mercy upon him, outlines the importance of seeking repentence for one's sins, and the conditions that must be met in order for its acceptance by Allāh.
Our brother, Abū ʿUways (raḥimahullāh), gives a short talk on ʿEīd al-Fitr (1424 AH | 2003) about unity and togetherness upon the Qurʾān and Sunnah with the correct understanding of the Salaf al-Ṣāliḥ, and it's importance in this time.
A multifaceted discussion regarding the critically serious issue of brotherhood and the destructive effect of discord plaguing many of our communities today.
A lecture series by our beloved brother Abū ʿUways (raḥimahullāh). Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymīyyah stated there were 3 types of innovations that emerged in the last days of the Tābiʿīn. These 3 types of innovations were: opinion, scholasticism (kalām), and Ṣūfism. Ṣūfīs came up with superstitions, false ideologies and creeds in contradiction with what the Messenger of Allāh (may Allāh raise his rank and grant him peace) came with. They spread their madness with great strength.
A unique lesson with the noble Scholar, Shaykh Ṣāliḥ al-Suḥaymī in which he teaches the audience (over the phone) how to recite Sūrah al-Fātiḥah. He is helped (by way of translation) by Abū ʿUways ʿAbdullāh Aḥmad ʿAlī (raḥimahullāh). Like a father teaching his beloved children, he patiently teaches the students with kindness and concern. He said "The Muslim is the one who tries, even if it is difficult for him."
Upon the death of the Shaykh, Shaykh Ibn Bāz wrote of him: "He was known to me for his sound knowledge and correct ʿaqīdah and his activeness in the field of daʿwah to Allāh (subhānahu wa taʿāla) and warning against the innovations and deviation. May Allāh forgive him and grant him an abode in Paradise and make noble his offspring and join us all in His Noble House (Paradise). Indeed, He is the All-Hearing and Near (with His Knowledge)." (9/1/1418 AH.)