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Benefit: Defending The Daʿwah Requires Thick Skin - Be Rock Solid!!

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

  Ustādh Abū Ḥakīm sheds light on the path of those who stand up and defend the daʿwah against the enemies and opponents to the truth. He explains that they need thick skin, that they will face harm in the form of accusations, slanders including elaborate fabrications, all things that will test their mettle. He mentions that they need to be rocks, solid, able to continue upon the path of uprightness unbothered by attackers, like water off a ducks back.

The benefit is excerpted from the lecture entitled: Benefits from the Introduction to al-Ibānah al-Ṣughrá by Ustādh Abū Ḥakīm, from the 2018 Summer Seminar: The Methodology of the Salaf in Times of Fitnah.


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Benefit: Everyone Today Is Considered a Scholar?!

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

  A brief discussion on the humility of the scholars, their fleeing from praise and grand titles. This example is then contrasted with those in the West who embrace titles, demand praise and seek recognition for everything they do, small or large. Importantly, Ustādh Abū Idrīs mentions the importance of clarity, those men who stand up in times of fitnah and are courageous, defending the truth, defending the scholars, not simply those who seek fame off the letters that follow their names.

The benefit is excerpted from the lecture entitled: Benefits from the Introduction to al-Ibānah al-Ṣughrá by Ustādh Abū Ḥakīm, from the 2018 Summer Seminar: The Methodology of the Salaf in Times of Fitnah.


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Audio: Benefits from the Introduction to al-Ibānah al-Ṣughrá

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

  Audio: Benefits from the Introduction to al-Ibānah al-Ṣughrá

A variety of benefits from the classical work: al-Ibānah al-Ṣughrá detailed and reflected upon. The benefits range from issues pertaining to the Islamic methodology, the merits and hallmarks of student of knowledge and the steadfastness of the Salaf in clinging to the truth at all costs. From the '18 Toronto seminar, The Methodology of the Salaf in Times of Fitnah.


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Benefit: Beneficial Knowledge

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

  Shaykh Nizār ibn Hāshim al-‘Abbās al-Sudānī (حفظه الله) said:

Knowledge has been called “beneficial knowledge” for the following reasons:

1) It leads to Allāh the Exalted and Mighty.
2) It benefits the individual in this life and in the Hereafter.
3) The advantages are extensive such that the individual gains benefit along with others as well.
4) It makes clear to the student of knowledge that which Allāh loves from acts of worship.
5) Knowledge corrects worship. Knowledge—in essence—is worship.
6) It safeguards from the evils [which affect] your religion and your worldly life.

Source: Benefits from the Explanation of Usūl al-Thalāthah, Audio #2
Translated by: Munīb al-Ṣumālī
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Benefit: The Prohibition of Sitting with Oppressive Fitnah Mongers

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

  Shaykh al-ʿAllāmah Ṣāliḥ al-Fawzān (حفظه الله):

"Allāh prohibited us from sitting with the oppressive people, and from the most oppressive of people are the dūʿāt (callers) to fitnah. Do not sit with them. Do not listen to them. Do not say, ‘I know [i.e. I have knowledge], and they will not be able to mislead me’. No! Do not praise yourself akhī."

Source: Sharḥ Kitāb al-Fitan wa-al-Ḥawādith pg.78
Translated by: Munīb al-Ṣumālī 
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Benefit: Again? I Can't Take All This Fitnah!!

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

  Ustādh Abū Ḥākīm touches on the reality that most fitan (trials) are not realised by the people until the tail-end of their exposure. What appears to be a sudden occurrence is actually something that was brewing for some time, something that the scholars may have been addressing behind close doors. Secondly, many fall into emotional judgements, "not again", "I can't take this anymore" or other analysis devoid of knowledge or patience. The speaker explains that fitnah (trials) will come, wave upon wave, and to seek a utopian existence where no trials occur is to misunderstand the principles of the Salafī methodology, the qawāʿid (principles) are not rooted.  Lastly, he clarifies the need for knowledge, patience and forbearance in times of fitnah, explaining the characteristics of the patient astute Salafī versus the mustʿajil (hasty) reckless people who contain the lethal combination of ignorance and arrogance, taking to their blogs and other ranting platforms, increasing themselves in ignorance and harming others.

The benefit is excerpted from the lecture entitled: Ḥidāyah (Guidance) and Its Fruits, from the 2018 Summer Seminar: The Methodology of the Salaf in Times of Fitnah.


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Benefit: Tap and Follow? Protect Your Religion

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

  Ustādh Abū Ḥākīm discusses the laissez-faire approach to following individuals on social networks. He discusses the lack of scrutiny exhibited in simply tapping and following everyone and anyone who shows some indication of religiosity or adds known URLs or retweets known reliable preachers. In some cases, in the past, unscrupulous characters have gamed others by creating generic, plausible names or slogans on social media and retweeted known speakers only to show their true colours once their following is large enough. The noble speaker encourages the listener to treat who you follow online according to Islamic principles of who to take knowledge from. 

The benefit is excerpted from the lecture entitled: Ḥidāyah (Guidance) and Its Fruits, from the 2018 Summer Seminar: The Methodology of the Salaf in Times of Fitnah.


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Audio: Ḥidāyah (Guidance) and Its Fruits

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

  Audio: Ḥidāyah (Guidance) and Its Fruits

An encouraging lesson on the blessings of guidance and the pure fruits that it bears. Ustādh Abu Ḥakīm mentions three categories of people and their reality. Additionally,  numerous accounts of the Salaf are mentioned offering advice on cultivating oneself and utilising time wisely. The lecture builds upon a theme discussed by Ustādh Abū Idrīs in his khuṭbah, actions being based upon correct knowledge and action, the outcome of guidance.  From the '18 Toronto seminar, The Methodology of the Salaf in Times of Fitnah


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