Staying silent when a brother/sister's honour is being attacked? Its not my problem! I'm not getting involved! What is the legislated action for the believer in this situation?
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The final nail in the coffin of those who still stubbornly reject the daʿwah of the Prophet (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhī wa-sallam) by refusing to affiliate themselves to it.
The explanation of Imām al-Barbahārī's statement: “When turmoil (fitnah) occurs, remain within your house and flee from the neighbourhood of tumult.”
An answer from the Shaykh regarding Salmān al-ʿAwdah’s deceptive statements performing takfīr upon entire Muslim countries.
The blessed month of Ramaḍān is a time of worship and performing righteous deeds; however, during this blessed time, numerous errors exist. The following is a compilation of some random errors identified by Islamic scholars.
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.
The mushrik has several deities. He worships many statues and doesn’t know which of them to please. As for the muwahhid however, his parable is that of the one owned entirely by a single person, fully at ease with his wishes and desires.
Establishing the fact that every group that opposes Salafīyyah in any aspect of the Religion is from the seventy-two sects that are destroyed, and every individual who opposes Salafīyyah in any aspect of the Religion is upon misguidance.
An important set of questions and answers surrounding: the importance of ʿaqīdah, the foulness of multiple Islamic groups, and the incumbency of following the manhaj of the Salaf.
An invitation to have respect for the Scholars as they deserve of us, and an un-covering of the undergarments of Salmān al-ʿAwdah and Safar al-Ḥawālī with respect to their filthy statements against the Scholars of the Ummah.
A reflection upon the manners of the noble scholar, Shaykh Ṣāliḥ al-Fawzān, concerning the methodology of refuting mistakes. A response to enquiries (made to the speaker) citing Shaykh Ṣāliḥ al-Fawzān in regards to how to approach/correct misguidance. An important study towards understanding exactly how refutation is made. An important clarification about the claim that it is dishonourable and disrespectful to refute, and that the one who has efforts in da'wah shouldn't be refuted (only advised)—even if he is an opponent to the Sunnah. An important lecture to acknowledge, especially in today's cut/paste blogosphere where deceptive trickesters can snip statements of the scholars (attempting to water down the religion and confuse the unsuspecting Muslim).
The correctness of one's manhaj determines entry into Paradise or the Fire - so let all those who oppose any aspect of the Salafī manhaj beware and save themselves before it's too late!
A series of answers from the noble Shaykh exposing the takfīrī methodology of Sayyid and Muḥammad Quṭb.
This article is taken from the shaykh's introduction to the book Manhaj al-Anbiyā fī al-Daʿwah ilá Allāh by Shaykh Rabīʿ ibn Hādī al-Madkhalī.
The devious group known as al-Firqah al-Tablīgh (the sect of Tablīgh, since the 'Jamāʿah' is one, and this isn't it) breathes their last.
Why does fitnah occur and is there a wisdom behind it from Allāh, the All-Wise?
Learn how the belief of Lā ilāha illā-Allāh benefits the society at large.
A beautiful lecture on the essential importance of tawḥīd and its lofty status in Islām as the whole of the Qurʿān is revolving around tawḥīd, clarifying it, notifying of what nullifies it, informing us of the blessings bestowed upon those who implement it as well as those who oppose it by committing shirk and the punishment that awaits them in this life and in the hereafter.
The major scholars of our time were asked regarding the janāzah of those who have commited suicide, and whether or not they should be buried with the muslims. In three seperate answers, they explain how the one who commited suicide is still a Muslim.