Tag: ʿAbd al-Salām ibn Burjiss

Brotherhood in Islām

  The Shaykh said that he is very very pleased to be here again, and said perhaps this is his fifth time he’s been here and seen the brothers and it gives him great pleasure to sit here again with the brothers; and he made du’ā that may Allāh guide us and put us on the straight path, and may Allāh keep us on that straight path and not send us towards the path of destruction and misguidance. He said that today’s word will be upon the topic of Brotherhood in Islām, and the Shaykh said that what brings us together, or what brings the Mu’min together is al-īman, and...

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Clinging to the Sunnah Until Death

An extremely important lecture based on one of the fundamentals of the religion; the Sunnah. Shaykh ʿAbd al-Salām ibn Burjiss (raḥimahullāh) explains the importance of following the sunnah in all matters of our life, whether it is in our religious affairs or in our worldly affairs and to not follow one’s desires or the views of the people. The Shaykh mentions many aḥādīth and āyāt talking about the virtues of the one who follows the Sunnah and he reminds us that the ones who will reach the final goal (Paradise) are those who strive and firmly cling to the sunnah of the Messenger (ṣallallāhu...

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The Importance of Actions in One’s Life

Statements from the lecture: “Adding knowledge to actions shows that Allāh’s favour is upon a person!” “The Salaf used to say, ‘Knowledge is not that people relate a lot, knowledge is sought in order to fear Allāh.'” “The salaf used to say ‘ the one who does not act upon knowledge is ignorant.'” “Fuḍayl Ibn Iyāḍ said ‘The Scholar remains to be ignorant until he acts upon his knowledge.'” “The two feet will not proceed on Yawm al-Qiyyammah until they are asked about four things, one of those things is ‘knowledge’...

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Creed Comes First…Without a Doubt!

Shaykh ʿAbd-al-Salām ibn Burjiss (raḥimahullāh) based the talk on the issue of Tawḥīd and the importance of a Muslim knowing Tawḥīd and the issues surrounding this issue of Tawḥīd. He went on to say that the Muslim becomes aware of the importance of Tawḥīd when he realises that Allāh has sent all of His Messengers and His Books and He caused them to make Jihād for this issue of Tawḥīd. There is not a Prophet, except that that Prophet came to his people and the very first statement that he said to his people was:

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