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Audio: How Precious Time Is to the Servant

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

  How Precious Time Is to the Servant

You must be very careful about your time and how it is used. Use it in what benefits you. A day will come and you will be asked about how you used your time! There is also a small beneficial question and answer session at the end.


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Benefit: What Gripe Do You Have with Me? - Shaykh Rabīʿ ibn Hādī

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

Shaykh Rabīʿ ibn Hādī al-Madkhalī (ḥafiẓahullāh) was asked:
"Indeed you refute every innovator and anyone who opposes the way of the pious predecessors, and from among them are those who use weak narrations to establish certain issues, but al-Imām al-Barbahārī, using weak and fabricated narrations, affirmed certain issues. So how is it that you refute those who use weak ḥadīth, and leave the scholars of the Salaf?"

The Shaykh responded: First of all, I do not submit to the fact that al-Barbahārī uses fabricated and weak narrations to establish points; clarify this to us! And what gripe do you have with me? I respect all of the righteous scholars of the past, not belittling them in the least, and all praises belong to Allāh. We only refute the people of innovation. As for the righteous scholars of the past who were known for sincerity, truthfulness, and religion, then even if they make a mistake we still consider them to be rewarded for those efforts. The Prophet (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhi wa-sallam) said:

"Whoever strives hard (seeking the truth) and is correct, for him is two rewards. And whoever strives hard (seeking the truth) and he is wrong, then for him is a single reward." [al-Bukhārī and Muslim]

Therefore, if a scholar is known for piety, righteousness, and truthfulness in searching for the truth, then he will be rewarded even if he errs. As for the people of innovation, then this does not apply to them, because they merely follow their own desires.
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1) Taken from: 'An Explanation of the Foundations of the Sunnah' by Shaykh Rabīʿ ibn Hādī al-Madkhalī (ḥafiẓahullāh), pg.184
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Benefit: Al-Albānī: May Allāh Beautify You with the Beard

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

On an occasion while Shaykh al-Albānī was ill, a doctor who was clean-shaven visited him. After giving the Shaykh his medicine and on his way to leave, he said to the Shaykh:

“Make duʿāʾʾʾʾ for me Shaykh!”

So Shaykh al-Albānī replied:

“May Allāh beautify you with that which He has beautified the men with [i.e. the beard]”.

Source: Min Kitāb al-Shaykh al-Albānī, Durūs wa-Mawāqif wa-ʿibar: pg.96.
Translated by: Munīb al-Ṣumālī
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Audio: The Advice of Shaykh Rabīʿ ibn Hādī al-Madkhalī to the Salafīs of the West

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

  The Advice of Shaykh Rabīʿ ibn Hādī al-Madkhalī to the Salafīs of the West

A beautiful advice given by our noble shaykh, translated by Ḥasan al-Ṣumāli, regarding the importance of maintaining brotherhood amongst the Salafīs, and loving and advising one another for the sake of Allāh, alongside an encouragement to display lofty and noble manners and an admonishment against vile and despicable characteristics.


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Benefit: Who Was the First Prophet?

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

Question: Who was the first Prophet, Idrīs or Nūḥ (may Allāh be pleased with them)?

Answer: The first prophet to appear after the prevalence of shirk in the people was Nūḥ (ʿalayhi al-salām). Before that it was Ādam. Our father Ādam (ʿalayhi al-salām) was the first Prophet and Messenger. His progeny were upon Islām for ten generations, then shirk appeared within the people of Nūḥ, so Allāh sent Nūḥ, thus Nūḥ became the first messenger after the appearance of shirk.

Imām ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz ibn ʿAbdullāh ibn Bāz (raḥimahullāh)

Source: Ibn Bāz: The First Prophet of Islam
Translated by: Munīb al-Ṣumālī
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Benefit: Optimism Through Even the Worst of Tribulations

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

An important Qurʾānic reminder about how even the worst of trials have good in them. Often, the ranks are purified and the snakes are driven out of the grass through fitnah. A Muslim is always optimistic and looks for the blessings of Allaah in all things.

From class 3 of our series on the Explanation of Sūrah al-Nūr with Mūsá Richardson.

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Benefit: Encouraging Our Youth To Be Enthusiastic about Islām

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

Shaykh Muḥammad ibn Ṣālih al-ʿUthaymīn said: In reality, that which is most upright, is that we encourage our youth to be enthusiastic about Islām, not for their countries, because having enthusiasm for a country or nationality and the likes of it is not required when you have enthusiasm for the religion of Allāh, the Mighty and Exalted.

It is for this reason that the companions (raḍī Allāhu ʿʿʿanhum) left their countries after the Islamic conquests, they left to live in Kūfa, Baṣrah, Shām and Miṣr, because the Muslim country is the one that is built upon its religion.

Source: Silsilat Liqāʾāt al-Bāb al-Maftūḥa, Liqāʾ al-Bāb al-Maftūḥah #42.
Translated: Munīb al-Ṣumālī
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