8th Jumada II, 1436 A.H.

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Ending being lax about seeking knowledge

Ending being lax about seeking knowledge

Title: What ways are there that help [one] put an end to being lax about seeking knowledge and performing [additional] voluntary acts of worship? By: Shaykh Muḥammad al-Madkhalī Category: Seeking Knowledge | Enjoinders and Advice Source: http://ar.miraath.net/fatwah/10514 Translator: Mikail ibn Mahboob Ariff The Question [Reader]: May Allāh grant you good, our Shaykh. The seventeenth question

When is it permissible to stop during your salah for a need

When is it permissible to stop during your salah for a need

Audio extract taken from Miraath Publications Live Lessons Explanation of Quran Part 27: Juz’ Thaariyaat of the Great Scholar, Shaykh Ibn Al-Uthaymeen Lesson 23 Read by Moosaa Richardson Download/Listen: Miraath Publications – When is it permissible to stop during your salah for a need 12-04-2014 Abul-Abbaas-Moosaa-Richardson

When Does a Slave Know that a Trial is a Test or a Punishment?

When Does a Slave Know that a Trial is a Test or a Punishment?

When Does a Slave Know that a Trial is a Test or a Punishment? Taken From the Fatawaa of our Shaykh, Allaama Mufti of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Abdul Azeez bin Abdullaah Bin Baz Translated by Abbas Abu Yahya Question: If a person is put to trial with a sickness or an evil affliction

Tafseer Juz’ Thariyaat

Tafseer Juz’ Thariyaat

Explanation of Quran Part 27: Juz’ Thaariyaat of the Great Scholar, Shaykh Ibn Al-Uthaymeen Read by Moosaa Richardson Saturdays @ 7:20pm (KSA) Juz’ Thaariyaat comprises of Surahs Thariyaat (#51) to Al-Hadeed (#57). The lessons include a complete explanation of Surah Thaariyaat, Surah at-Toor, Surah an-Najm, and Surah Al-Qamar according to the schedule (in shaa’ Allah).  The book

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“ …and certainly the scholars are the inheritors of the Prophets and the Prophets did not leave wealth as an inheritance, they only left behind knowledge, so whoever takes from it, has taken an abundant portion…” Reported by Abu Dawood
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‘Umar b. Al-Khattāb once entered upon Abū Bakr – Allāh be pleased with them both – and found him pulling at his tongue. He said, “Oh, what are you doing?” Abū Bakr replied, “It is this (i.e my speech) that has brought me so much trouble.” Mālik, Al-Muatta 2:988
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It is reported that Al-Fudayl b. ‘Ayyād – Allāh have mercy on him – said: Whoever sees a wrongdoing from his brother and then laughs in front of him has betrayed him. Abū Bakr Al-Daynūrī, Al-Mujālasah wa Jawāhir Al-’Ilm 5:115
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