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Benefit: Don't Just Stand There!

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

Since the latecomer to the congregational prayer does not count the rak'ah unless he has joined during the rukoo', some people believe that if they come after the rukoo' there is no point in joining the prayer until the imām stands back up for the next rak'ah, even if it means standing there looking around for a long time while the congregation makes tashahhud!


Here's why this is forbidden from a four-fold textual standpoint:

1) The generality of the ḥadīth which is found in al-Bukhārī and Muslim:

‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎"The imām has only been appointed to be followed..."

2) And in one wording in al-Bukhārī (722):

‎‎‎‎‎"...So do not contraḍīct him..."

The one who stands there waiting for the imām to stand has not followed the imām, in fact he has contraḍīcted him!

3) In the same ḥadīth:

‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎"...So if he makes takbeer (says: "Allāhu akbar"), then make takbeer..."

The one who stands there waiting for the imām to rise has not made the takbeers that go with each movement, and thus has violated this order.

4) The clearest ḥadīth in the issue (if you were saying, "Well, that's not clear enough for me..."):

‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎‎‎"If you have come to the prayer and we are prostrating, then prostrate, but do not count it (as a rak'ah)..."

This ḥadīth was collected by Abū Dāwūd in his Sunan (893) from the narration of Abū Hurayrah (may Allāh be pleased with him).  al-Albānī graded it ḥasan.

May Allāh grant us success in following the Messenger (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhī wa-sallam) in all our words and deeds, secret and open.  And Allāh knows best.

Compiled by: Mūsá Richardson 
Original Source:  http://salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=10&Topic=10615

Benefit: Duʿāʾ of the Traveller and Seeking Refuge from Catastrophes

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

  Ustādh Mūsá Richardson discusses the duʿāʾ of the traveller and it's relevance to avoiding catastrophes upon the journey. 

The benefits are excerpted from the lecture entitled: 14 Great Benefits of the Remembrance of Allāh, a lecture overviewing the 1439 | 2018 Islamic Summer Courses, ʿAqidah Stream. Register for the courses today.


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Benefit: Fasting the Six Days of Shawwāl

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy
An abridgment from one of the 2008 Fiqh classes on fasting the six days of Shawwaal. A look into the position of Imām Mālik, raḥimahullāh, and a clarification of that. The snippet also includes two questions posed to Shaykh Bin Bāz, raḥimahullāh, on this important topic.


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Benefit: Five Benefits from Sūrah al-Baqarah (2:120)

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

Our brother, Abū al-ʿAbbās Mūsá Richardson discusses five benefits from the the following verse: 


وَلَن تَرْضَى عَنكَ الْيَهُودُ وَلاَ النَّصَارَى حَتَّى تَتَّبِعَ مِلَّتَهُمْ قُلْ إِنَّ هُدَى اللّهِ هُوَ الْهُدَى وَلَئِنِ اتَّبَعْتَ أَهْوَاءهُم بَعْدَ الَّذِي

جَاءكَ مِنَ الْعِلْمِ مَا لَكَ مِنَ اللّهِ مِن وَلِيٍّ وَلاَ نَصِيرٍ

Never will the Jews nor the Christians be pleased with you (O Muḥammad ṣallallāhu ʿalayhī wa-sallam) till you follow their religion. Say: "Verily, the Guidance of Allāh (i.e. Islamic Monotheism) that is the (only) Guidance. And if you (O Muḥammad, ṣallallāhu ʿalayhī wa-sallam) were to follow their (Jews and Christians) desires after what you have received of Knowledge (i.e. the Qurʾān), then you would have against Allāh neither any Walī (protector or guardian) nor any helper. 
[Sūrah al-Baqarah, 2:120]

The five points elaborated upon:

1) They (the Jews and Christians) will not be pleased with you sticking to your religion.
2) Leaving your religion partly or fully will make them (the Jews and Christians) pleased with you to the degree of which you leave your religion.
3) The guidance of Allāh is the best Guidance, a complete legislation, not comparable to any other guidance (including man-made laws).
4) Following desires upon knowledge is an affair that destroys people.
5) Refusing to follow your or others desires and sticking to truth, this is what will bring about salvation.


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Benefit: Following the Marūʿah (Customs) of the People?

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy
From the '07 Ḥadīth Science Course delivered by Mūsá Richardson. During the discussion on the five conditions for a person to be considered 'adl (upright), is that a person does not contraḍīct the maroo'ah (the customs and culture of the people). The maroo'ah is related to the customs of the people and not the Book and the Sunnah.  Abū al-ʿAbbās brings examples of different customs of the people from the past and present and the importance of paying attention them. In our time, Muslims often show disregard for the customs of others which leads to conflict. The issue of maroo’ah vs. sharīʿah is also noted.


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Benefit: Good Manners Are From Salafiyyah!

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

One doubt often presented by the people of innovation is that the Salafīs are harsh and that they pay no attention to manners. What it is intended by this false claim is to turn Muslims away from the correct belief and methodology. In a Kitāb at-Tawḥīd class, our brother Abū al-ʿAbbās Mūsá Richardson, may Allāh reward him, responds to this incorrect notion. Manners, as mentioned by our brother, are very important in our religion. Listen to this brief benefit. May Allāh guide you and us to the Straight Path. Learn the true Salafī position on manners. For a detailed study, be sure to grab the book, Upright Moral Character by Shaykh Muḥammad ibn Ṣāliḥ al-ʿUthaymīn, rahimahulllāh. 

For more on the topic, check out Class 57 from the Explanation of Kitāb at-Tawḥīd [class audio].


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Benefit: Hiding behind al-Albānī, Ibn Bāz, Ibn ʿUthaymīn?

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

Something came to my mind about a question I was asked the other night about people who only mention references to the scholars of recent times, specifically: Al-Albānī, Ibn Bāz, and Ibn ʿUthaymīn. You may recall that I said that these are - of course - the greatest scholars of recent times, and we are happy to hear people mention them with goodness and attach themselves to them. I also mentioned that some people claim an attachment to them and then contradict their teachings, and so a good and wise tactic to use in calling them to the Truth would be to mention to them what those scholars have said about that issue that they are mistaken in, so that they could accept the correction more easily. And I alluded to the idea of those three - may Allāh have Mercy on them - recommending other scholars and warning against certain callers. And that could be a way of introducing them to or helping them establish contact with other noteworthy scholars who are still alive.

I'd like to mention a specific example of this, that is sadly too common to hear. People say, "I prefer the manhaj of Shaykh Ibn ʿUthaymīn over the manhaj of Shaykh Rabīʿ al-Madkhalī..." Or they may say Shaykh Ibn Bāz or Shaykh al-Albānī in place of Shaykh Ibn ʿUthaymīn, or all three of them! Let's be perfectly clear on this issue - this is not the speech of the people of knowledge. All three of those great scholars were upon the same manhaj of Shaykh Rabīʿ ibn Hādī al-Madkhalī (may Allāh preserve him) - the manhaj of the Salaf. This is not merely a devoted student's opinion; rather, all three of those scholars have clear and specific praises of Shaykh Rabīʿ, his teachings, his books, his recordings, and even his refutations. As for the statements of taxi drivers and their students, or anonymous internet writers, that the manhaj of Shaykh Ibn ʿUthaymīn was other than the manhaj of Shaykh Rabīʿ, etc... then it is simply jahl murak-kab (compound ignorance), when a person hears a specific point of disagreement between two scholars and assumes that it means that a major disagreement has taken place and that they have parted ways and gone forth on two different paths! As an extremely clear example, here are the words of Shaykh Ibn ʿUthaymīn himself, about the visit of Shaykh Rabīʿ to his city (Unayzah) around the year 1421, shortly before the death of Shaykh Ibn ʿUthaymīn:...Our brother (Shaykh Rabīʿ), may Allāh grant us and him success, is upon Salafīyyah, the way of the Salaf. And I do not mean here that Salafīyyah is a ḥizb (party) which is set up to oppose the Muslims outside of it, but I mean by Salafīyyah, that he is upon the path of the Salaf in his Manhaj. Especially in the field of actualising Tawḥīd and throwing aside what opposes this [manhaj]. The visit of our brother, Shaikh Rabīʿ bin Hādī to this region, our city, Unayzah, no doubt will have a good effect, and it will also become clear to many of the people what used to be hidden from them due to the scare-mongering and rumour-mongering, and also letting loose the tongue [of discord]. You may access the original Arabic audio, transcription, and translation, including other helpful articles on the topic here: http://www.themadkhalis.com/md/articles/ebhen-shaykh-ibn-uthaymin-on-shaykh-rabi-al-madkhali.cfm

So let those who insists that Shaykh Ibn ʿUthaymīn was upon a different manhaj than Shaykh Rabīʿ repent from their audacious lie against Shaykh Ibn ʿUthaymīn, and their oppression of Shaykh Rabīʿ as well. I mention this illustration since it is something that affected a dear brother of mine, may Allāh guide me and him to what is correct. And it is generally relevant to the question I was asked, as people claim attachments to the likes of those great scholars, and may hide these kinds of sentiments, revealing them every now and then. And it really really hurts to hear people slander a great man like Shaykh Rabīʿ, a man of the Sunnah, a concerned advisor, patient, full of love for the Muslims and hope for the success of their da'wah, busy with knowledge day and night, reading, writing, researching, compiling, falling asleep on a thin mattress on the floor with a book on his chest and books all around him, critical of his own self and his own students, a brave and guided critic whose writings are blessed with academic strength and clarity, a gracious host, a father-figure to people all over the world, a man who cries when he hears about things that harm the image of our da'wah, a man who reads a book about the history of the righteous Salaf and the trials they faced and becomes engaged in the story and attached to it more devoutly than how common people watch an action movie!! "The flesh of the scholars is poisonous! The way that Allāh exposes those who belittle them is well known! Those who unleash their tongues (with falsehood) against the scholars, Allāh shall cause them to suffer from the death of their hearts before their lives end!" (So let those who contraḍīct his order be warned that a trial may befall them, or a painful punishment!) (Words attributed to Ibn ʿAsākir, quoted in al-Nawawī’s Tibyān) I say this while I praise no one above Allāh, al-ʿAlī al-Qadīr, and it is HE alone who is his Reckoner. (And I do not endorse or encourage the blind following of Shaykh Rabīʿ, or any other specific scholar.) Mūsá Richardson.1
1) Source: forum discussion-
http://www.troid.ca/index.php?option=com_kunenaItemid=445func=viewcatid=20id=1246#1249

Benefit: How Does One View a Potential Wife and How Should She Be Dressed?

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

  Ustādh Mūsá Richardson discusses how a man may view a potential spouse (with modesty and respect) and how the walī (guardian) can facilitate this whilst maintaining her dignity. Some upright guidelines on how to facilitate the marriage process and how to partake in it. 

From the course entitled: Fiqh Course: Marriage and Divorce (الملخص الفقهي), during the 1439 | 2018 Islamic Summer Courses

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Benefit: How Should One Pray Ṣalāt al-Istikhārah?

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

 Ustādh Mūsá Richardson is asked the following question concerning how and when one should pray Ṣalāt al-Istikhārah:

[Q]: With regards to Ṣalāt al-Istikhārah, does one pray it when he is confused about two matters in which he wishes to be guided to the one that is better for him, or does he pray it when he has made up his mind about a matter and wishes to be guided away from it if it is bad for him, or to it if the matter is good for him and therefore he begins attempting to achieve this thing.

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Benefit: How to Ask About the Defects of a Woman?

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

  Ustādh Mūsá Richardson discusses the the potentially awkward scenario of asking about defects when enquiring about marriage. What are the manners and timing to open up such a sensitive topic.   

From the course entitled: Fiqh Course: Marriage and Divorce (الملخص الفقهي), during the 1439 | 2018 Islamic Summer Courses

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Benefit: Ibn al-Qayyim's Defence of the Followers of the Sunnah

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

In defence of the followers of the Sunnah, al-Imām Ibn al-Qayyim wrote the following lines of poetry, refuting those who reject the Qurʾān and Sunnah for what their forefathers were upon.

قالوا له خالفت أقوال الشيو... خ ولم يبالوا الخلف للفرقان
خالفت أقوال الشيوخ فأنتم... خالفتم من جاء بالقرآن
خالفتم قول الرسول وإنما... خالفت من جراه قول فلان

يا حبذا ذاك الخلاف فإنه... عين الوفاق لطاعة الرحمن 
أو ما علمت بأن أعداء الرسو... ل عليه عابوا الخلف بالبهتان 
لشيوخهم ولما عليه قد مضى... أسلافهم في سالف الأزمان 
ما العيب إلا في خلاف النص لا... رأي الرجال وفكرة الأذهان 
أنتم تعيبونا بهذا وهو من... توفيقنا والفضل للمنان 
فليهنكم خلف النصوص ويهننا... خلف الشيوخ أيستوي الخلفان 
والله ما تسوى عقول جميع أهـ... ـل الأرض نصا صح ذا تبيان 
حتى نقدمها عليه معرضـ... ـين مؤولين محرّفي القرآن 
والله إن النص فيما بيننا... لأجل من آراء كل فلان

This is a brief excerpt from the 'Aqīdah series from 2007 with our brother and instructor Mūsá Richardson.


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Benefit: Imām Ibn Bāz Concerning Cheating on Exams

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

From the greatest scholars of the Ummah in the last century was al-ʿAllāmah al-Shakyh, ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz ibn ʿAbdillāh ibn Bāz raḥimahullāh. His firmly grounded knowledge of the religion, wisdom, and piety were characteristics that made him recognized by Muslims internationally. A collection of his rulings, al-Majmūʿ al-Fatāwá́, is an outstanding example of these aformentioned characeristics. In this benefit presented by Abū al-ʿAbbās Mūsá Richardson, Shaykh Ibn Baz speaks about the ruling on cheating in educational settings. Listen to the short clip and share it with your friends, teachers, and classmates. May Allāh have mercy upon you.


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Benefit: Is It Impermissible To Say That The Jews and Christians Will Go To The Hellfire?

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

Is it arrogant to say: "The Jews and the Christians are in the Hellfire?" What about those who say "Only Allāh can judge (i.e. don't declare them disbelievers)". Allāh says in the Qurʾān: 

  إِنَّ الَّذِينَ كَفَرُوا مِنْ أَهْلِ الْكِتَابِ وَالْمُشْرِكِينَ فِي نَارِ جَهَنَّمَ خَالِدِينَ فِيهَا ۚ أُولَـٰئِكَ هُمْ شَرُّ الْبَرِيَّةِ

Verily, those who disbelieve (in the religion of Islam, the Quran and Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him)) from among the people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians) and Al-Mushrikun will abide in the Fire of Hell. They are the worst of creatures. [Sūrah al-Bayyinah, 98:6]

Mūsà Richardson discusses...


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Benefit: Is it Okay to Draw Cartoons of Jesus, ʿalayhi salām?

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

In the past few years, cartoons depicting the Prophet Muḥammad, may Allāh raise his rank and grant him peace, surfaced in the media. The response of many Muslims across the world was of anger and outrage. Meanwhile, for hundreds of years, the disbelievers from the People of the Book and other than them fabricated images in the guise of our other beloved Prophets: ʿĪsā (Jesus), Mūsá (Moses) and others. What should our response and reaction be to these crimes? Is there a difference between the Messengers of Allāh in this regard? In this Kitāb al-Tawḥīd class, our brother,  Abū al-ʿAbbās Mūsá Richardson, brings this issue to light. Since this issue was such a well-known point of discussion among the Muslims, listen to this benefit and share the knowledge with others; may Allāh reward you. For a detailed study, be sure to check out  Enlightenment for the Mind in Explanation of: The Difference Between a Prophet and a Messenger by Shaykh Abū Naṣr Muḥammad ibn ʿAbdullāh al-Imām.

For more on the topic see Class 47 from the Explanation of Kitāb al-Tawḥīd [class audio]


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Benefit: Is Qadr Repelled by Duʿā and Charity?

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

Mūsá Richardson (hafiẓahullāh) translates a fatwá from Imām Ibn Bāz in his book of fatawá.

Duʿā is indeed a mighty weapon for the believer and it is the essence and height of worship. Allāh Subhāna wa taʿālá has said make duʿā to me and I will respond to you.  And those who are too arrogant to worship me are going to enter the fire of Hell humiliated.

Shaykh Bin Bāz (raḥimahullāh) explains in his sixth volume of his fatawá whether duʿā (supplication) and charity have the ability to repel Qadā and Qadr, the planned events that Allāh 'azza wa jal has willed.

Prophet Muḥammad (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhī wa-sallam) said:

"Nothing increases one's life-span except good deeds, and nothing repels Divine Decree except duʿā. And verily a person may be deprived of sustenance due to a sin that he does." [Ibn Mājah]

Listen to the audio and reap the benefits of the Shaykh's explanation on the matter, and May Allāh 'azza wa jal make us amongst those who supplicate and remember him often.


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Benefit: Is the Criticism (of a Scholar) Rejected, Since He Used to Recommended the One He Refutes?

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

The opinion circulates today: "The criticism (of a scholar) is rejected, since he used to recommended the one he now refutes!" Is this a principle established and practised by the scholars of old? Is a student of knowledge immune from crticism due to his resume of valuable works? Or is this a false-principle used to dissuade the unsuspecting Muslim from safety and clarity? Abū al-ʿAbbās Mūsá Richardson discusses this issue drawing upon examples of the Scholars of olden times such as Imām Aḥmad Ibn Ḥanbal and Yahyá Ibn Ma'een. (An academic response to a complaint regarding the benefit below: Hiding behind al-Albānī, Ibn Bāz, Ibn 'Uthaymīn?)

Benefit: Hiding behind al-Albānī, Ibn Bāz, Ibn 'Uthaymīn? In the Name of Allāh... Something came to my mind about a question I was asked the other night about people who only mention references to the scholars of recent times, specifically: al-Albānī, Ibn Bāz, and Ibn 'Uthaymīn. You may recall that I said that these are - of course - the greatest scholars of recent times, and we are happy to hear people mention them with goodness and attach themselves to them. I also mentioned that some people claim an attachment to them and then contraḍīct their teachings, and so a good and wise tactic to use in calling them to the Truth would be to mention to them what those scholars have said about that issue that they are mistaken in, so that they could accept the correction more easily. And I alluded to the idea of those three - may Allāh have Mercy on them - recommending other scholars and warning against certain callers. And that could be a way of introducing them to or helping them establish contact with other noteworthy scholars who are still alive. I'd like to mention a specific example of this, that is sadly too common to hear. People say, "I prefer the manhaj of Shaykh Ibn 'Uthaymīn over the manhaj of Shaykh Rabīʿ al-Madkhalī..." Or they may say Shaykh Ibn Bāz or Shaykh al-Albānī in place of Shaykh Ibn 'Uthaymīn, or all three of them! Let's be perfectly clear on this issue - this is not the speech of the people of knowledge. All three of those great scholars were upon the same manhaj of Shaykh Rabīʿ ibn Hādī al-Madkhalī (may Allāh preserve him) - the manhaj of the Salaf. This is not merely a devoted student's opinion, rather, all three of those scholars have clear and specific praises of Shaykh Rabīʿ, his teachings, his books, his recordings, and even his refutations. As for the statements of taxi drivers and their students, or anonymous internet writers, that the manhaj of Shaykh Ibn 'Uthaymīn was other than the manhaj of Shaykh Rabīʿ, etc... then it is simply jahl murak-kab (compound ignorance), when a person hears a specific point of disagreement between two scholars, and assumes that it means that a major disagreement has taken place, and that they have parted ways and gone forth on two different paths! As an extremely clear example, here are the words of Shaykh Ibn 'Uthaymīn himself, about the visit of Shaykh Rabīʿ to his city (Unayzah) around the year 1421 shortly before the death of Shaykh Ibn 'Uthaymīn:...Our brother (Shaykh Rabīʿ), may Allāh grant us and him success, is upon Salafīyyah, the way of the Salaf. And I do not mean here that Salafīyyah is a ḥizb (party) which is set up to oppose the Muslims outside of it, but I mean by Salafīyyah, that he is upon the path of the Salaf in his Manhaj. Especially in the field of actualising Tawḥīd and throwing aside what opposes this [manhaj]. The visit of our brother, Shaikh Rabee bin Hādī to this region, our city, Unayzah, no doubt will have a good effect, and it will also become clear to many of the people what used to be hidden from them due to the scare-mongering and rumour-mongering, and also letting loose the tongue [of discord]. You may access the original Arabic audio, transcription, and translation, including other helpful articles on the topic here: http://www.themadkhalis.com/md/articles/ebhen-shaykh-ibn-uthaymin-on-shaykh-rabi-al-madkhali.cfm So let those who insist that Shaykh Ibn 'Uthaymīn was upon a different manhaj than Shaykh Rabīʿ repent from their audacious lie against Shaykh Ibn 'Uthaymīn, and their oppression of Shaykh Rabīʿ as well. I mention this illustration since it is something that affected a dear brother of mine, may Allāh guide me and him to what is correct. And it is generally relevant to the question I was asked, as people claim attachments to the likes of those great scholars, and may hide these kinds of sentiments, revealing them every now and then. And it really really hurts to hear people slander a great man like Shaykh Rabīʿ, a man of the Sunnah, a concerned advisor, patient, full of love for the Muslims and hope for the success of their da'wah, busy with knowledge day and night, reading, writing, researching, compiling, falling asleep on a thin mattress on the floor with a book on his chest and books all around him, critical of his own self and his own students, a brave and guided critic whose writings are blessed with academic strength and clarity, a gracious host, a father-figure to people all over the world, a man who cries when he hears about things that harm the image of our da'wah, a man who reads a book about the history of the righteous Salaf and the trials they faced and becomes engaged in the story and attached to it more devoutly than how common people watch an action movie!! "The flesh of the scholars is poisonous! The way that Allāh exposes those who belittle them is well known! Those who unleash their tongues (with falsehood) against the scholars, Allāh shall cause them to suffer from the death of their hearts before their lives end!" (So let those who contraḍīct his order be warned that a trial may befall them, or a painful punishment!) (Words attributed to Ibn Ásaakir, quoted in An-Nawawee's Tibyaan) I say this, while I praise no one above Allāh, al-ʿAlī al-Qadeer, and it is HE alone who is his Reckoner. (And I do not endorse or encourage the blind following of Shaykh Rabīʿ, or any other specific scholar.)

Mūsá Richardson

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