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al-qawaaid-al-arbaa

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 ...
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 ...
taqleed

Friday Khutbah (Sermons) : The Four Imams Warned Against Fanatical Taqleed (Blind Following)

Friday Khutbah (Sermons) : The Four Imams Warned Against Fanatical Taqleed (Blind Following) – by Moosaa Richardson In this Friday sermon, Moosaa Richardson reminds us of the Quranic obligation of following the Messenger of Allaah (may Allaah raise his rank and grant him peace) and making him the judge in all disputes between us. He then shows how the four widely-followed imams of Islam all forbade their students and followers from fanatical taqleed (blind following) in opposition to clear evidence from the Messenger (may Allaah raise his rank and grant him peace). Recorded at al-Masjid al-Awwal in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (USA) on 1438.02.18. Read more ...
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Allaah said: “This day, I have completed your religion for you”

Allaah (Subhanahu wa ta'ala) said: "This day, I have completed your religion for you" – Explained by Shaykh Salih Fawzan Allaah completed the religion through him (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) and the proof is His saying, He the Most High: «This day, I have completed your religion for you, perfected My blessings upon you, and am pleased with Islam as your Religion.» [Surah al-Ma'idah, 5:3] He (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) did not pass away until after Allaah had completed the religion and the favour through him and had sent down to him His saying, He the Most High: «This day, I have completed your religion for you, perfected My blessings Read more ...
questions regarding Islam

7 Fundamental Questions Regarding Islam

Question 1. What is Islam? Islam is an Arabic term that means: "To submit oneself to Almighty God by worshipping him alone, to yield in obedience to Him, and to free oneself from idolatry and those who worship other than Almighty God". Unlike the names used for other religions, the term Islam is not an attachment to any human being, time or location. For example, Buddhism was named after it's founder Gautama Buddha; Judaism refers to one of the sons of the Biblical patriarch Jacob (Israel), and Christianity is a reference to Jesus Christ. The term Islam on the other hand is a connection to the submission and worship of the one true Lord and Creator of Read more ...
Salafi Manhaj

What is Salafi Manhaj?

The Salafi Manhaj - Our Da'wah, Our Call 1.  We call, first and foremost, to the worship of Allaah alone, without associating partners with Him. This was the starting point of the call of the Messengers (alayhumus salaam), just as Allaah has stated: "We sent a messenger to every nation proclaiming: Worship Allaah alone and leave the worship of the false deities." So this call to the worship of Allaah alone is coupled with the negation of the worship of anything besides Him. 2.  We believe that our Religion calls to many essentials, so we call to the most essential affair, followed by that which is next in importance, in accordance to the Quranic Read more ...
islamic books

What Book is Best for a New Muslim to Study?

One of the good book for a new Muslim to begin with learning of Aqeedah and Fiqh is titled: "What must be known about Islam", by Shaykh Muhammad bin Ali al-Arfaj. It is a good book, very suitable for the new Muslim who has recently embraced Islam. A new Muslim is like a child. He/She needs to be taught bit by bit, and is in need of studying the religion gradually in levels. And this book has gathered that which the new Muslim requires in regards to Aqeedah and Fiqh. You can Buy or find this book on the Internet. You can Download from here too. Hope will be beneficial. Read more ...
Jihad in the path of Satan

ISIS: Jihad in the Path of Satan

Jihad in the Path of Satan - Terrorists fight in cause of Satan A muslim scholar explains the obligation of maintaining public safety for Muslims and non-Muslims alike; that terrorists who spread fear in society fight in the path of Satan - so it is obligatory upon the Muslim scholars and parents to protect their youth from the ideologies of the extremists and bloodthirsty terrorists and to exonerate Islam from the treachery of these terrorists towards the most basic foundations of the Religion. The Muslim scholar, Shaykh Salih al-Fawzan said: All praise is due to Allah and may the peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family and his Read more ...
prophet's birthday

Urdu Dars: Celebrating Prophet’s Birthday is Bid’ah

Topic: Celebrating Prophet’s (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) Birthday is Bid'ah. Speaker: Dr Murtaza bin Baksh, Jeddah. Language: Urdu Read more ...
laa illaha illalla

Testimony that Laa llaaha Illa-Allah

This phrase has two parts: 1) "Laa llaaha" : Which negates that anything or anyone deserves to be worshipped other than Allah. 2) "Illa-Allah" : Which affirms that Allah alone truly deserves to be worshipped. Allah (Subhanahu Ta’ala) said: "And (remember) when Ibraheem said to his father and his people: "Verily, I am innocent of what you worship, except Him (i.e Allah alone I worship none) Who did create me; and verily, He will guide me." [43:26-27] Therefore it's not sufficient to worship Allah, rather you must worship Him alone. The Tawheed of a person is not correct except by singling out Allah in worship and freeing one's self from polytheism Read more ...