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Concerning the position, ‘I don't speak about anyone and I don't want anyone speaking about me.’ This position is made with good intentions and in shāʾ Allāh is intended to avoid fitnah. However, is this statement correct or should we be open to giving and receiving advice, commanding the good, forbidding the evil, saying that which is for us and that which is against us?
This lecture is an important Friday sermon delivered to some Muslims who had accepted Islām from Christianity some time ago.
A concise article detailing the origins of how Halloween started and outlining its pagan roots. The article continues to expound upon the proper Islamic ruling concerning its celebration, and is a warning to the ignorant Muslims who fall into it.
Accurately describes the disease of spreading news hastily without proper verification.
An excellent refresher on various aspects of brotherhood and the sacredness of the Muslim, from our beloved brother Abū ʿUways (raḥīmahullāh).
The Shaykh, may Allāh preserve him, explains an excellent admonishment from Abū al-Dardāʾ.
If a Salafī has kinship with a person of bidʿah such that that person of bidʿah is a brother, an uncle, or a brother-in-law of his and whatever resembles this (in the way of family ties), how should a Salafī deal with him in this circumstance?
Shaykh Rabī ibn Hādī al-Madkhalī gives beautiful and beneficial advice which all Muslims should adhere to: fear Allāh, seek knowledge, be truthful, and other pieces of advice which are essential in the life of the Muslim. This advice is translated by our beloved brother Abū Ṭalḥah Dawūd ibn Ronald Burbank (rahimahullāh), with a Q&A session at the end. The lecture took place at Masjid al-Salafī (Salafī Publications) in Birmingham, UK (2004).
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
Our brother, Abū ʿUways (raḥimahullāh), gives a short khuṭbah on lowering the gaze and protecting oneself from falling into sin.
Shaykh Muḥammad ibn ʿAbd al-Wahhāb al-Waṣṣābī states, “If the Muslim knows the legislated means and doors towards gaining sustenance of which Allāh has mentioned in the Qurʾān and the Messenger (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhī wa-salām) has mentioned and carries these legislated means out, he will have gained what has been promised to him. Sometimes these doors are called ‘the door towards attaining sustenance or the means of sustenance’.”
Ustādh Ḥasan al-Ṣumālī, whilst delivering the weekly class with us on The Three Fundamental Principles, recalls a question asked to the late Scholar, Aḥmad al-Najmī (raḥimahullāh) concerning giving preference to ḥifdh (memorisation) or fahm (understanding).
A timely reminder for anyone who has ever possessed any of the characteristics of Ḥizbiyyah (sectarianism).
We have witnessed on many accounts, people who put themselves to trial and put the people through trials because they thought they were fit for daʿwah. Our noble and trusted Shaykh, Ṣāliḥ al-Fawzān—may Allāh preserve him—offers valuable advice with regards to this matter.