Much needed advice of the muḥaddith of the era to the Salafīyyīn in Holland concerning their situation in that country and the obligation upon them to migrate to the land of the Muslims. The noble Scholar also covers many principles and foundations for the Muslim who wishes to migrate for the sake of Allāh.
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A truly al-atharī (based upon authentic narrations) historical account of how the disease of shirk was first released upon mankind through the whisperings of Shayṭān.
A refutation of many of the hallmarks of the deviant ʿaqīdah perpetrated by the followers of ʿAbd Allāh al-Ḥabashī.
A lecture built around the question, ‘What is the Sharīʿah ruling on these numerous Islamic groups, sects and organisations as they are different from each other in their methodologies, styles, calls and beliefs, the very foundations that they are established upon in regards to the ḥadīth that proves that the group that adheres to the truth is only a single group?’
A lengthy and detailed tele-link with Imām al-Albānī concerning the Salafī methodology.
Is there any room or allowance in Islām for multiple groups or parties?
Taken from the Shaykh’s authentication of Sayyid Sābiq’s book, this article discusses when the time of al-Ṣalāh al-ʿIshāʾ starts and ends.
This is the translation of a set of tapes from the famous Silsilah al-Hudá wa-al-Nūr series by Imām al-Albānī. He gives an extremely beneficial lecture establishing the foundational principles of Salafīyyah. The conclusion of the talk of Shaykh Nāṣir explains the foundations of Salafīyyah. Here, there is the addition of some doubts which the Shaykh answers in a very astute way.
Listen to the Imām of Salafiyyah recount his encounter with a man who does not feel that it is obligatory for one to ascribe himself openly to the truth – the madh′hab of the salaf.
An explanation of the conditions needed for women to be involved in the field of daʿwah.
What to do when there is not enough space for the women to pray behind the men? Can the women still pray at a higher or lower section of the mosque?