By Shaykh Muhammad al-Anjaree
A nice biography of Shaykh al-Albaanee from Shaykh Muhammad al-Anjaree of Kuwait, who had the pleasure of meeting the Shaykh and giving da’wah during the years of his life.
Points Discussed –
- He was born in Albania, he was not Arab
He was not from a rich family, he began to work at the age of 14 to provide for himself and his family as a watch-man in the early mornings
He would spend more than 12 hours (a day) in the library
From Albania he traveled to Syria, Saudia Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Jordan
He had various famous works that many people across the globe and even the different hizbee groups now say ‘rahimahullaah’ when the noble Shaykh is mentioned
He didn’t fear the blame of the blamers, he didn’t pay any mind to how many were alongside him on the path of ad-Da’watus-Salafiyyah
Reflect: what are we doing to support ad-Da’watus-Salafiyyah?
He is an example for us that even if you are a non-Arab, you can have a big impact in helping the Muslims in their deen
The importance of correcting our ‘aqeedah
The talk concludes with various questions and answers.
[Q1]: What stops the du’aa from being answered, especially if two individuals who are married have tried to have at-taqwaa?
[Q2]: Is it permissible to tell children stories with dragons and other fictional beings? And please explain the hadeeth of ‘Aa’ishah when she made a horse with wings.
[Q3]: My parents are kuffar; do I need their permission to leave this country to a Muslim country?