The Imāms of the Salaf, the Āthār, the Scholars and their students, innovations and sins… Responding to doubts

The Salaf were the most pious in the abandonment of sins, yet they understood the gravity of innovations. They understood that a sinful person of… Continue reading

Accepting gifts at Christmas, New Year and other festivals: From Ibn Taymiyyah, Ibn Uthaimeen, Ibn Bāz.

Shaikhul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah (رحمه الله) stated in “Iqtidā Sirātil-Mustaqīm”: “As for accepting gifts from them [the non-Muslims] on the days of their celebrations, then we have… Continue reading

Ibn Taymiyyah obliterates the argument of Ahlul-Bid’ah who claim they save the sinners!

Ibn Taymiyyah obliterates the argument of Ahlul-Bid’ah who claim they save the sinners! Ibn Taymiyyah (d.728) said: “Some of them used to say: “We have… Continue reading

Mixing with a sinner or an innovator: Which is worse? Ibn Taymiyyah and Sa’eed Ibn Jubayr

Sa’eed Ibn Jubayr (rahimahullaah) said: “That my son should accompany a sinful highway robber who is a Sunnee is more beloved to me than him… Continue reading

Ibn Taymiyyah and Ibn Baaz on Judging by other than the Sharee’ah

Judging by other than the law of Allah does not make one an unbeliever unless he makes that permissible or believes it to be equal or… Continue reading

The Salafi Response To The Terrorist Attacks In Paris, France: “Were they forbidding an evil?”

I begin with the name of Allāh, the Most Merciful, The One who bestows mercy. Here’s the Friday lecture based on this article → ((Terrorist Attacks In… Continue reading

But ISIS Don’t Make Takfeer, So Why Do You Label Them As Khawaarij? By Shaikh Khaalid Abdur-Rahmaan

Terms: Khawaarij: A deviant sect that arose in the time of the Companions of the Prophet (salallaahu ‘alaihi wassallam). They declared Muslims to be unbelievers… Continue reading

Ibn Taymiyyah: Repelling Ahlul-Bid’ah is more virtuous than regaining Acre in Palestine from the Crusaders

Shaikhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah (died 728H, rahimahullaah) said in Majmoo’ al-Fatawa (28/232): “From the well-known narrations that have reached us is that Shaikh Abu ‘Amr b.… Continue reading

Ibn Taymiyyah: Knowledge in the Religion is Five: Life, Nourishment, Remedy, Disease & Destruction.

Shaikhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah (died 728 AH, rahimahullaah) said: Yahyaa Ibn `Ammaar [1] said: Knowledge is of five kinds: 1. Knowledge that is the life of… Continue reading

Imaam Barbahaaree On Testing The People: Al-Allaamah As-Salafi Saalih al-Fawzaan Explains

Imaam Abu Muhammad Al-Hasan b. `Alee b. Khalaf al-Barbahaaree (died 329H, rahimahullaah) stated in his Sharhus-Sunnah (point 153): Testing people is an innovation in Islaam.… Continue reading