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A Return to Excellence

    How can the Muslims return to the excellence and virtue (faḍl) which the Salaf al-Ṣāliḥ (Righteous Predecessors) had gained.      With good manners you understand the knowledge. With the ...

Some Commonly Quoted Fabricated Aḥādīth

... rom him by ibn al-Jawzī in 'al-Mawḍuʿāt' (3/151 his book on fabricated ḥadīth)….[biographical detail on narrators omitted] Al-Dhahabī said in 'al-Meezaan' , '…it is not known, and the story to do wi ...

The Legacy of Imām Ibn Bāz

... hers, saying: "O Allāh! Guide him, and grant him the ability to accept the truth." So from the excellent manners of the dāʿī is supplicating, guiding and being patient with the harms that come with this ...

The Call to Allāh

... he examples of those noble messengers - may Allāh's praise, and purest blessings of peace be upon them all. [6] The Caller Must Be a Person of Good Manners Using Wisdom in His Call: Since this will be ...

Audio: The Etiquettes of the Student of Ḥadīth

 In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy   The Etiquettes of the Student of Ḥadīth Abū al-Ḥasan Mālik Ādam (ḥafiẓahullāh) gives an introduction into the manners of the student ...

The Etiquettes of the Student of Ḥadīth

  Abū al-Ḥasan Mālik   Abū al-Ḥasan Mālik Ādam (ḥafiẓahullāh) gives an introduction into the manners of the student of Ḥadīth, with benefits taken from some of the lessons of 'The Forty Ḥadīth of Imā ...

NEW MP3s for Oct. '09

... ʿd Saalim at-Taweel Explanation of the Ḥadīth of the Seven Destructive Sins with Q&A (3 MP3 Set) More.....  Abū al-Ḥasan Mālik Ādam al-Akhdar Advice to those Going to Yemen Manners  ...

14 Books added to the Store

  The Impermissibility of Dying One's Hair Black Author: Imām Muqbil Ibn Hādī al-Waadi'ee  Paperback: 48 Pages Published: 2007 From those sins tht many people belittle, and others are ignorant of ...

How to Purify the Intention when Seeking

With regards to the student of knowledge being cautious when transmitting any information, the Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ṣāliḥ al ‘Uthaymīn raḥimahullāh comments: This is the most important of these manners ...

Re: How to Purify the Intention when See

...  The people take more benefit from the actions and manners of the student than from his speech As I haven't been doing a great job of remembering to post these excellent reminders as they come ...

Re:How to Purify the Intention when Seek

With regards to the student of knowledge being gentle in speech, the Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ṣāliḥ al ‘Uthaymīn raḥimahullāh comments: This is from the most important of the manners of the student of knowledge, ...

Re:How to Purify the Intention when Seek

With regards to the student of knowledge having fine manners, Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ṣāliḥ al ‘Uthaymīn raḥimahullāh advises the student of knowledge: Adorn yourself with fine personal behaviour, such as ...

Re:Regarding Rahma Conference 2010

... in them (in their call). So this one is matarudee, ash’aree and this one is soofee and this one has no madhhaab?!…so the call of jamaa’atut-tableegh is modern-day soofism. They call to manners (alone) ...

Modern Myths Conf.

... d and directed with patience and good manners?) and the Maghrib Institute? www.troid.ca/index.php?option=com_conten...ew&id=812&Itemid=344 www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=9&Topic=8 ...

The Way to Escape Fitnah (in your commun

... munity is filled with Americans who struggle to pronounce basic Arabic phrases or lack the manners you were raised upon (Islamic customs/culture) - be patient with the difficulties your brothers face, ...

Re:How can we reconcile between the foll

... at it is better if they move away from the fitnah or anything that can irritate them and cause them to 'lash-out' or use 'foul language' or express 'bad manners', etc. Avoiding people would ensure  ...

How can we reconcile between the followi

...  and cause them to 'lash-out' or use 'foul language' or express 'bad manners', etc. Avoiding people would ensure that they can't be unpleasant to anyone (especially any other believer). But this may  ...