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knowledge

The Categorization of People with Regard to Knowledge

Author: Shaikh Muhammad 'Umar Bazmool | Source: At-Ta'seel fee Talab-il-'Ilm (Laying the Foundations for seeking Knowledge) People are divided into two categories with respect to Knowledge: Those who know, and Those who don’t know. Those who don’t know are obligated to ask the people of knowledge and accept their statements, while expending what effort they can in order to know the proofs and evidences. Allaah says: "And We did not send before you anyone except men that we gave revelation to. So ask the people of remembrance (knowledge) if you don’t know. With clear signs and books (We sent the Messengers). And We also sent down Read more ...
shia walks on fire

The Devil’s Deception Of The Raafidah Shi’ah

All praise is due to Allaah, the Lord of the worlds – may the salutations of Allaah, His peace and blessings be upon the Most Noble of all of the Prophets and Messengers, Muhammad, and upon his family, his Companions and all those who follow them precisely until the establishment of the Hour. From the greatest of evils present, those which corrupt one's Imaan, and harms one's Religion is the tribulation of the Raafidah Shi'ah – these individuals who portray their falsehood as if it alone, is the true Islaam. This deception has reached a point whereby some of those who profess to be upon the Sunnah have called for greater nearness, cooperation and affection Read more ...

On “Authoritative Ignorance”: Blind Following and Blind Fitnah – Umm Zakiyyah

THE evening dinner started as usual with casual, lighthearted banter among us sisters who were present. In one comical exchange, a sister shared with us how terribly dry her feet were, so much so that they cracked often. “Sometimes I’m praying,” she said between chuckles, “and I have to keep leaving Salaat to make wudhoo because of my feet!” I creased my forehead. “But why would you make wudhoo because of your feet?” “Because sometimes the cracks bleed.” Oh… “Um…” I said. “You don’t have to make wudhoo because of that. ‘Umar Ibn Khattab kept praying even after he was stabbed, and he was bleeding a lot.” “Well, Read more ...