Establishing the fact that every group that opposes Salafīyyah in any aspect of the Religion is from the seventy-two sects that are destroyed, and every individual who opposes Salafīyyah in any aspect of the Religion is upon misguidance.
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An important Q&A session from the Seminar 'Holding on to Islām in Times of Fitnah' (Oct '08, Toronto, Canada). Our good brothers, Abū Ḥakīm and Abū Khadījah address some questions concerning some of the groups and personalities of the day who clothe themselves with the garments of Ahl al-Sunnah, al-Salafīyyīn whilst cooperating with Ahl al-Bidʿah. Important questions are posed concerning Yasir Qadhi, Abū Usāmah and the Maghrib institute.
A question and answer session with our brother in regards to family and other important matters.
Explanatory answers to many common questions about the salafī daʿwah.
Among the topics discussed here are cooperating with various jamāʿāt, Jarḥ wa-al-Taʿdīl (disparagement and commendation), and an excellent refutation of the concept of al-Muwāzināt (counterbalancing [praise and criticism]).
A complete and final demolition of the plots of the Communists, Zionist Jews and Christians, and a wake-up call for those who still stubbornly maintain that the Scholars of the Ummah do not know the current state of affairs.
A series of questions posed by Muslims in the West on the topic of eating the meat of the Ahl al-Kitāb (People of the Book).
Expounding upon the methodology of the salaf in dealing with the rulers.
A tele-link with the noble Scholar from the brothers in Birmingham pertaining to many issues that concern all Muslims living here in the West.
An explanation of the types of jihād and their rulings; some insight is given into the mad deviations of extremist groups.
A series of questions and answers - along with their respective proofs - concerning the oft-discussed topic of taqlīd (blind-following) and the four madhāhib (schools of jurisprudence), as answered by the committee of major scholars.
A grand expose of the extremely partisan, neo-ṣūfī group known as ‘Jamāʿat al-Tablīgh’. The noble Shaykh, ʿUbayd al-Jābirī answers several questions about the Indian origin group, their ʿaqīdah, manhaj, roots and goals. The answers illustrate the extremely ḥizbī nature of this group, their abomination of ‘al-daʿwah ill-Allāh’, destruction of the term ‘fī-sabīl Allāh’, corruption of the concept of tawḥīd, abandonment of the manhaj al-anbiyāʾ, deep roots in Ṣūfiyyah and foolish content with being attached to the party, devoid of seeking knowledge.