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Urdu Dars: Sharh of al-Qawaaid al-‘Arba’a (Explanation of the Four Foundations of Shirk)

The Original Book: ‘al-Qawaaid al-‘Arba’a’ written by Shaikhul-Islam, al-Mujaddid (the reviver), Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab (rahimahullah) (d.1206 AH). Topic: Sharh of the book : al-Qawaaid al-'Arba'a (Explanation of the Four Foundations of Shirk) Speaker: Dr Murtaza bin Baksh (Hafidhahullah), Jeddah. Language: Urdu The Lesson covers the following  points: Audio 01: Introduction (Duration = 64 mins 32 sec) Audio 02: First Qaaidah (Duration = 41 mins 36 sec) Audio 03: Second Qaaidah (Duration = 68 mins 07 sec) Audio 04: Third Qaaidah (Duration = 79 mins 29 sec) Audio 05: Fourth Qaaidah (Duration = 104 mins) Visit this link for: Text Read more ...
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Four Foundations of Shirk

Four Foundations of Shirk - Text from translation of the Original book: 'al-Qawaaid al-'Arba'a' written by Shaikhul-Islam, al-Mujaddid (the reviver), Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab (rahimahullah) (d.1206 AH). (To read the explanation of the book by: Shaikh Salih ibn Fawzan ibn Abdullah al-Fawzan [Member of the Permanent Committee of Major Scholars | Translated by Shawana A. Aziz], get it from the Downloads page) For Urdu Dars, Visit: Sharh of the book : al-Qawaaid al-‘Arba’a (Explanation of the Four Foundations of Shirk) ------------------------- Bismillah ar-Rahman ar-Raheem I ask Allah, the Most Merciful, Lord of the Great Throne to take care Read more ...
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A Composed Dialogue on Tawheed

A man by the name of Abdullah (Abdullah literally means the slave/worshipper of Allah) met a man named Abd-un-Nabi (The slave/worshipper of the Prophet) and felt apprehension of this name, thinking, "How can someone make himself the slave and worshipper of someone other than Allah?!" Abdullah thus addressed Abd-un-Nabi, saying: "Do you worship solmeone other than Allah?" Abd-un-Nabi replied. "No! I do not worship anyone other than Allah. I am a Muslim and I worship Allah alone." Abdullah: Then why does your name resemble some Christians names, like Abd-ul-Maseeh (The slave/worshipper of the Messiah, i.e. Jesus. This is a common name among Arab Christians). Read more ...

Soul of a Believer

Al-Baraa' ibn 'Aazib stated that the Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) said: "When a believer is leaving this world and entering the next, angels with faces shining brightly like the sun descend from the heavens carrying a shroud and embalming fragrance from Paradise, and [then they] sit down within sight-range. The Angel of Death then approaches, sits by his head and says, 'O good soul, come out to Allah's forgiveness and pleasure.' It will then come out like a flowing drop of water from a water-skin, and he will catch it. But, within the blinking of an eye after he catches it, they will take it and put it in the shroud and fragrance. There will Read more ...

Do they wait until the Angels come to them?

The Tafseer of Imaam As-Sa’dee: "Do they wait until the angels come to them...." [Surah An'am 6:158] Translation: Abu Shu’ayb Omar As-Soomaalee Allah the most high says, "Do they wait until the Angels come to them, or that your Lord should come, or that some of the signs of your Lord should come. That day, in which some of the signs of your Lord will come, no good will it do a person to believe then, if he wasn’t one who believed before, or gained good with their belief Say: “Wait, we too are waiting”." [Surah An'am 6:158] Imaam As-Sa’dee said: He the most high says: Do they wait, those who are continuant in their oppression and stubbornness Read more ...

Jinn and the meteors

Among the jinn are those who eavesdrop on the angels in the lowest heaven. The jinn then convey this information to some fortunetellers. 'Abdullah Ibn 'Abbas reported an incident: "A person from the Ansar who was amongst the Companions of Allah's Messenger (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) reported to me: "As we were sitting during the night with Allah's Messenger (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam), a meteor shot gave a dazzling light. Allah's Messenger (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) said: "What did you say in the pre-Islamic days when there was such a shot (of meteor)?" They said: "Allah and His Messenger know best (the actual position), but we, however, used Read more ...

Enmity of Jews towards Jibril

Imam Ahmad recorded that Ibn 'Abbas said, "A group of Jews came to Allah's Prophet and said, 'Talk to us about some things we will ask you and which only a Prophet would know.' He said, 'Ask me about whatever you wish. However, give your pledge to Allah, similar to the pledge that Ya'qub took from his children, that if I tell you something and you recognize its truth, you will follow me in Islam.' They said, 'Agreed.' The Prophet said, 'Ask me about whatever you wish.' They said, 'Tell us about four matters: 1. What kinds of food did Israel prohibit for himself 2. What about the sexual discharge of the woman and the man, and what role does each Read more ...

Islam’s Care for Knowledge

Guest Post by Aadil Mehraj from subulussalaam.org No society cares about knowledge like the Muslim society that is guided by the teachings of its true religion. Islam regards knowledge as obligatory for every individual in the Muslim society, as the Prophet (Peace and Blessing be upon Him) said: "Seeking knowledge is a duty on every Muslim." [A hasan hadith narrated by Ibn Majah] Islam is the religion of knowledge, and knowledge is one of the greatest values that Islam brought to mankind, on the basis of which mankind is regarded as being superior to other creatures. Allah made Adam (Peace be upon Him) the father of mankind superior to the angels Read more ...

Angels surround gatherings where Allah is remembered

Sahih Muslim, Book 35, Number 6505: Abu Hurairah reported Allah 's Apostle (may peace be upon him) as saying Allah (SWT) has mobile (squads) of angels, who have no other work (to attend to but) to follow the assemblies of Dhikr and when they find such assemblies in which there is Dhikr (of Allah (SWT)) they sit in them and some of them surround the others with their wings till the space between them and the sky of the world is fully covered, and when they disperse (after the assembly of Dhikr is adjourned) they go upward to the heaven and Allah (SWT), the Exalted and Glorious, asks them although He is best informed about them: "Where have you come from?" They Read more ...