All praise is due to Allah, and may exaltation and safety be granted to Muhammad, his family, his companions, and those who aid them. To proceed: Before the reader is a brief excerpt discussing the stark contrast between the interaction of a Sunnee with his Sunnee brothers, and the interaction of an innovator with the … Continue reading Bonded by the Sunnah
Question: May Allah be good to you O esteemed Shaykh. This questioner states: “In recent times the following statement has become widely used, ‘so and so is not a Salafi’ or ‘he is not from the Salafis’. Are these types of statements considered as tabdee’ (considering a person to be an innovator) and therefore it is … Continue reading Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan on Saying: ‘So and so is not a Salafi’
· by dawatussalafiyyah · · In the Name of Allah, the Extremely Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy ash-Shaykh Haafidh b. Ahmad al-Hakamee, may Allah have mercy on him, said:(1) Q1: What is the first obligation upon the servants? A1: The first obligation upon the servants is to recognize the purpose for which Allah has created them; took their … Continue reading What is the first obligation upon the servants?
Shaikh Naasir ud-Din al-Albaani rahimahullah بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم From that which has been established in the Sharee'ah (prescribed law) is that mankind was - in the beginning - a single nation upon true Tawheed, then Shirk (directing any part or form of worship, or anything else that is solely the right of Allah, to … Continue reading THE ORIGINS OF SHIRK!!!
by Tawheed40 Q 2: What do you think of a group of people who searches for the defects of the Sahabah (Companions of the Prophet), disparages them, and accuses them of debauchery, niggardliness and cowardliness? They even claim that the Sahabah differed in their `Aqidah (creed). Please advise about the `Aqidah of Ahl-ul-Sunnah wal-Jama`ah (those … Continue reading Looking for the faults of Sahabah