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[Q]: There is an evil habit that has spread amongst the practicing brothers (Salafīyyīn); it is that one of them will marry a woman and after a few short days a quarrel will take place between the spouses and the news will spread (to the community). Then, there are some brothers who encourage him to divorce her, until the point that there is a sister who has been divorced fourteen times, and this is widespread and apparent, and there is no one there (America) from the people of knowledge for them to return to, so what do you advise us with?
A much needed explanation of the foundations of innovation in the Religion. It starts with the linguistic meaning of ‘bidʿah’ and ends with a lengthy warning against the age old plot of Ahl al-Bidʿah: bidʿah ḥasanah (good innovation). The article also includes elucidative notes from Ibn Rajab, Ibn Hajar and others.
A tele-link held with Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Bāz – raḥimahullāh – where he gives a general advice to the Muslims present about adherence to their Religion. The session is followed up by a series of general questions.
A short admonition on the importance of clinging to the correct manhaj. An exemplification of why this noble Salafī manhaj is the only way which will bring rectification and success to the ummah. The questions which follow underline the evils of Abū al-Fitan (al-Maʿribī) and his similitude to the methodology of Sayyid Qutb, the destruction of the manhaj of al-muwāzināt (counterbalancing the good and bad points of a person) and the mistake of carrying the mujmal upon the mufaṣṣal (the general over the specific), destruction upon the manhaj of salaf.
What may happen to a person who accompanies the ardent worshipper who happens to be a person of innovation? Should he accompany him? Is this from the manhaj of the salaf? Or is he secure since he is an intelligent person who can always tell the truth from falsehood?
Important advice from Imām Muḥammad Ibn Ṣāliḥ al-ʿUthaymīn (d.1421H) – raḥimahullāh – concerning how the students of knowledge and those in hope of Allāh’s salvation must safeguard the time that they have.
The first advice from the book entitled ‘Naṣīḥatī li-Nisā’ (My Advice to the Women), authored by Umm ʿAbdillāh al-Wādiʿīyyah, the daughter of the late Imām of Yemen, Al-ʿAllāmah Muqbil bin Hādi al-Wādiʿī -raḥimahullāh - An introduction to some of the primary responsibilities of the husband and the wife in an Islamic marriage, followed by twenty-one points with proofs and evidence from the Qurʾān and authentic sunnah on the topic of raising children.
Among the benefits of this advice given by the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allāh be upon him) is the fact that it prevents the angry person from going out of control, because he could strike out and injure someone, or even kill - as we will find out shortly - or he could destroy possessions and so on.
Much needed advice to the Muslims, and the Salafīyyīn specifically, concerning the many dangers and downfalls of living in the disbelieving Western society.
A short tele-link with the great Scholar, held in the UK. The Shaykh gives general advice to the Muslims there about adhering to the foundations of the Religion. The session is followed up by a general question and answer session.
A heartfelt advice to the sisters at Masjid al-Furqān (TROID) arranged upon their request. Many issues related to marriage and family relations are discussed.
An important advice in light of the false claims and misconceptions in regards to the science of jarḥ wa-al-taʿdīl (criticism and praise), propagated on the internet.
A general advice to the Salafīs of Toronto (June, 03) overviewing the roles and responsibilities of the ahl al-sunnah. The noble shaykh and scholar of al-Madīnah quotes numerous āyāt and aḥādīth detailing these issues. After this general advice, the ʿAllāmah invited the community to pose their questions.
A khuṭbah reviewing a wonderful ḥadīth mentioning three important things to gain Allāh’s pleasure and three things to abandon in order to avoid Allāh’s displeasure.
Our noble brother, Mūsá Shalīm Muḥammad, gives a beneficial reminder regarding taking advantage of the winter months.View/Download
An important advice about preserving time and not wasting it. How does a person waste one's heart? How does one waste one's time? It is as Ibn al-Qayyim said: "Prefering the dunyā over the hereafter and busying oneself with too many wants and hopes"