Shaykh Abu Suhaib Bassam Audio Lectures

Shaykh Abu Suhaib Bassam Audio Lectures

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The Prophets Prayer Described

Introduction

Lesson 1 shiekh-biography-shiekh-al-albanee

Lesson 2 saying of the madhabs in regards of …

Lesson 3 saying of the madhabs in regards of …

Misconceptions Cleared

Lesson 4 misconceptions cleared

The Prophets Prayer Described

Lesson 5 takbeer & Standing

Lesson 6 the prayer of a sick person in a sitting

Lesson 7 prayer on a ship

Lesson 8 sutrah

Lesson 9 Praying towards the grave & the clothing for the prayer

Lesson 10 clothing & intention

Lesson 11 takbeer

Lesson 12 to look at the place of prostration

Lesson 13 opening suplications

Lesson 14 faatiha

Lesson 15 ameen and the imam saying it loudly

Lesson 16 combining similar surahs

Lesson 17 quiet and load recitation in the night prayer

Lesson 18 recitation in sunnah for fajr

Lesson 19 recitation of esha

Lesson 20 recitation of night prayer

Lesson 21 recitation in a slow rythm 

Apologies for the quality of recording, due to the current pandemic situation the lessons are not recorded directly.

Lesson 22 unfortunately not recorded

Lesson 23 rukoo

Lesson 24 rukoo 2

Lesson 25 correct position to put hand on after rukoo

Lesson 26 sujood

Lesson 27 sujood 2

Lesson 28 sujood 3

Lesson 29 sujood 4

Lesson 30 tashahud 

Lesson 31 tashahud 2

Lesson 32 tashahud 3

Lesson 33 tashahud 4

Lesson 34 sending salutations on Prophet

Lesson 35 sending salutations on Prophet 2

Lesson 36 the last Tashahud

Lesson 37 before tasleem and after tasleem

The Prophets Prayer Described

Apologies for the quality of recording, due to the current pandemic situation the lessons are not recorded directly.

The Fruits From The Biography Of The Prophet (pbuh)

Lesson 1 the Prophet is the role model in ramadaan

Lesson 2 the Prophet is the role model in night qiyaam

Lesson 3 the Prophet is the role model in his generosity, charitable and altruistic acts

Lesson 4 the Prophet is the role model in his mercy and kind

Lesson 5 the Prophet is the role model in his mercy to the sinners

Lesson 6 the Prophet is the role model in his mercy to the disbelievers and enemies

Lesson 7 the Prophet is the role model in his mercy to the sick

Lesson 8 the Prophet is the role model in his mercy dead

Lesson 9 the Prophet is the role model in his mercy to the whole ummah

Lesson 10 the Prophet is the role model in his mercy to his Companions

Lesson 11 the Prophet is the role model in human rights

Lesson 12 the Prophet is the role model in his mercy to orphans & widow

Lesson 13 the Prophet is the role model in his mercy to children

Lesson 14 the Prophet is the role model in his mercy to stop bloodshed

Lesson 15 the Prophet is the role model in his modesty

Lesson 16 the Prophet is the role model in his keeness to enter paradise and his fear of hell

Lesson 17 the Prophet is the role model in his pardoning

Lesson 18 the Prophet is the role model in his calling to Allaah (Da’wah)

Lesson 19 the Prophet is the role model in his gentleness to women

Lesson 20 the Prophet is the role model in his mercy to animals

Lesson 21 the Prophet is the role model in his bravery

Lesson 22 exclusive to the Prophet part 1

Lesson 23 exclusive to the Prophet part 2

Lesson 24 exclusive to the Prophet part 3

Lesson 25 exclusive to the Prophet part 4

Lesson 26 exclusive to the Prophet part 5

Lesson 27 exclusive to the Prophet part 6

Lesson 28 exclusive to the Prophet part 7

Lesson 29 exclusive to the Prophet part 8

Lesson 30 exclusive to the Prophet part 9

Lesson 31 exclusive to the Prophet part 10

Lesson 32 exclusive to the Prophet part 11

Lesson 33 the love & rights of the Prophet part 1  

Lesson 34 the love & rights of the Prophet part 2

Lesson 35 holding to the Sunnah & rejecting bid’ah

Lesson 36 correct understanding of the Quran & Sunnah through the biography

Lesson 37 correct understanding of the Quran & Sunnah through the biography 2

Lesson 38 the infalibility of the Prophet part 1

Lesson 39 the infalibility of the Prophet part 2

Lesson 40 the infalibility of the Prophet part 3

Lesson 41 the infalibility of the Prophet part 4

Lesson 42 the Prophets worship in Sha’baan & Ramadaan part 1

Lesson 43 the Prophets worship in Sha’baan & Ramadaan part 2

Lesson 44 refuting the doubts of the disbelievers about Islam part 1 

Lesson 45 refuting the doubts of the disbelievers about Islam part 2

Lesson 46 refuting the doubts of the disbelievers about Islam part 3

Lesson 47 refuting the doubts of the disbelievers about Islam part 4

 

The Prophets Commandments

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Marriage & Divorce Course 2022

Lesson 1 nikah & rule if marriage

Lesson 2 rule of marriage cont, extreme love, choosing a wife, age for marriage, choosing husband & beautification in order to get married

Lesson 3

Waging War Against Shaytaan

Lesson 1 intro & who is iblees

Lesson 2 how it began

Lesson 3 types of weapon used by shaytaan against us

Gates from which shaytaan enter

Lesson 4 ignorance

Lesson 5 anger

Lesson 6 love of duniya

Lesson 7 pride

Lesson 8 desires

Lesson 9 love of wealth (featuring Shaykh Abdulatif Osman)

Lesson 10 dropping your guard!

Lesson 11 the tongue

Lesson 12 feeling secure from the punishment of Allaah

Lesson 13 feeling in despair from the mercy of Allaah 

Lesson 14 shaytaan’s attack on ones aqeedah & prayer

Lesson 15 shaytaan’s attack on one’s sleep & house

Lesson 16 shaytaan’s attack on one’s body (possession & epilepsy)

Lesson 17 shaytaan’s attack on humans through magic

Lesson 18 shaytaan’s waswasah – why & how to stop it

Lesson 19 shaytaan’s attack on the muslim unity

Lesson 20 shaytaan’s attack on the muslim unity – nationalism & partisanship

Lesson 21 shaytaan’s attack on the muslim unity – tribalism

Lesson 22 shaytaan’s attack on the muslim unity- school of thoughts

Lesson 23 shaytaan’s attack on the muslim unity- partisanship

Lesson 24 shaytaan’s attack on the muslim unity- partisanship causes & consequences 2

Lesson 25 shaytaan’s attack on honour and dignity

Lesson 26 shaytaan’s attack on mosque’s

Lesson 27 shaytaan’s attack on markets

Fortresses to protect ourselves from shaytaan

Lesson 28 protecting oneself from shaytaan in the markets

Lesson 29 learn who is your enemy 

Lesson 30 fulfillment of true worship

Lesson 31 seeking refuge in Allaah from shaytaan

Lesson 32 keep the remembrance of Allaah

Lesson 33 stick to the jamaa’ah

Lesson 34 praying in congregation

Lesson 35 holding to the sunnah

Lesson 36 the Kursi verse

Al-Aqeedah Al-Wasitiyyah

Lesson 1 introduction

Lesson 2 meaning of Bismillah, Hamd, meaning of shahadah, six pillars, meaning of tahreef, ta’leel, & tamtheel

Lesson 3 Allah could not be measured with His creatures, affirmation and negation of the attributes with which Allaah glorified Himself & description of the attributes of Allaah

Lesson 4 some attributes of Allaah and their meanings, Allaah’s knowledge encompasses all things & affirmation of Hearing, Seeing and Intention of Allaah

Lesson 5 affirmation of Hearing, Seeing and Intention of Allaah continued & the attributes of Love & Justice & the attributes of Mercy, Pleasure, Wrath, Curse, Coming,etc

Lesson 6 affirmation of Hearing, Seeing and Intention of Allaah continued & the attributes of Love & Justice & the attributes of Mercy, Pleasure, Wrath, Curse, Coming,etc continued…

Lesson 7 affirmation of the Face, the Eyes, and the Hands of Allaah & verses of the Qur’aan about Hearing and Seeing

Lesson 8 attributes of Allaah regarding grip, planning devising and pardoning etc.

Lesson 9 affirmation of Istawa for Allaah & affirmation of the companionship of Allaah and the meaning if whisper

Lesson 10 affirmation of Speech of Allaah & the believers will have the vision of Allaah in the hereafter

Marriage 

Lesson 1 meaning of nikah, rule of marriage, haram marriage, celibacy, marriage over hajj, criticising extreme love & refusing to get married

Lesson 2 choosing the wife & choosing the husband

Lesson 3 beautification of the bride to be, istikhaarah, courting, engagement, walee & witnesses

Lesson 4 women being witnesses, offering and accepting, speech, intention of divorce when making marriage, getting the young to get married, documenting the marriage & invalid marriages

Lesson 5 prerequisites of marriage, is it permissible to dissolve the contract if something has appeared & prohibited to marry

Lesson 6 prohibited to marry, (continued) breastfeeding and its conditions

Lesson 7 temporarily prohibited to marry

Lesson 8 marriage with non muslim, marriage with non muslim man, marrying more than four & polygamy

Lesson 9 walee, conditions of walee, bride with no walee, orphan bride & passing the power of eternity to another

Lesson 10 dowry, prohibition of exaggeration in dowry & dowry of the Prophet

Lesson 11 maintenance, maintenance during idda, wife not permitted to spend money (large amount) without husbands permission, best time to get married & dressing up for walima

Lesson 12 wedding night, intercourse, prohibited intercourse, permitted intercourses, ghusl & what is permitted during menses

Lesson 13 coitus reservatus, morning after wedding night, not permitted to talk about intercourse with others, waalima, singing and duff, impermissible actions in waalima, ring, encouragement to approach wife if one is tested by another woman, sh albany’s advice to couple

Lesson 14 rights of wife & rights of husband

Ahkaam Al Janaaiz

Lesson 1 preparing for death & will / inheritance

Lesson 2 what to encourage the dying person, straight after death, debt & permissible action for those around deceased

Lesson 3 impermissible actions for relatives of deceased, signs of a good death & praise of the people on to the deceased

Lesson 4 washing of the deceased, if the deceased died as a martyr (battlefield) & shrouding

Lesson 5 if the deceased is a child or martyr, those whom you can perform salah for & salah for the ghaib

Lesson 6 salah for the ghaib (continued) & those whom you cannot perform salah for

Lesson 7 more than one deceased, where it can be prayed & salatul janaza

Lesson 8 burial

Lesson 9 burial (continued), after the burial & journey of the believer

Lesson 10 journey of the wretched, condolences & what will benefit the deceased

Lesson 11 what will benefit the deceased (continued), visiting of graves & women visiting graves

Lesson 12 visiting of graves (continued), what is prohibited around the graves / graveyard

Lesson 13 innovations

Etiquettes of making dua

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Lesson 5

Lesson 6

Lesson 7

Lesson 8 the supplication of the parents 

Lesson 9 benefits of dhikr 

Lesson 10 du’aa of guidance & depression

Lesson 11 du’aa’ of seeking forgiveness & istikhaarah

Lesson 12 du’aa’ of istikhaarah

Lesson 13 du’aa’ to help you to settle your debts

Lesson 14 du’aa’ when in fear & tribulation

Lesson 15 du’aa’ of ‘aafiyah & in times of affliction

Lesson 16 du’aa’ when people die

Lesson 17 du’aa’ of istiswaa’ & du’aa’ of leaving a gathering

Lesson 18 du’aa of repentance and angels

Lesson 19 du’aa’ asking for paradise & firmness on the deen

Lesson 20 du’aa for gaining knowledge

Lesson 21 du’aa for gaining manners

Lesson 22 du’aa for hearts

Lesson 23 du’aa for travelling

Lesson 24 du’aa for sleeping

Lesson 25 du’aa from Quran and Sunnah

Lesson 26 ruqya against evil eye, morning & evening, general & specific athkaar

Lesson 27 morning & evening, general & specific athkaar

Lesson 1 abandoning sins

Lesson 2 taking the Prophet as the role model in everything 

Lesson 3 from bid’ah to sunnah

Lesson 4 by asking forgiveness

Lesson 5 by seeking good manners

Lesson 6 from ignorance to knowledge

Lesson 7 from hell to paradise

Lesson 8 from the fitna of the worldy desires & the fitna of wealth

Lesson 9 from deen negligence to investment in the hearafter

Lesson 10 advice from our shaykh albaani

Lesson 11 advice from our shaykh albaani 2

Lesson 12 championing the Prophet of Allaah 

Lesson 13 the Prophet of miracles part 1

Lesson 14 the Prophet of miracles part 2

Lesson 15 the Prophet of miracles part 3

Lesson 16 the Prophet of miracles part 4

Lesson 17 the Prophet of miracles part 5

Lesson 18 the Prophet of miracles part 6

Lesson 19 the Prophet of miracles part 7

Lesson 20 the Prophet of miracles part 8

Lesson 21 the Prophet of miracles part 9 – signs of the hour – 1

Lesson 22 the Prophet of miracles part 10 – signs of the hour – 2

Lesson 23 the Prophet of miracles part 11 – signs of the hour – 3

Lesson 24 the Prophet of miracles part 12 – signs of the hour – 4

Lesson 25 the Prophet of miracles part 13 – signs of the hour – 5 the fitna of the killing of Uthmaan

Lesson 26 the Prophet of miracles part 14 – signs of the hour – 6 the fitna of the khawaarj & the killing of Ali

Lesson 27 the Prophet of miracles part 15 – signs of the hour – 7 the main characteristics if the khawaarij & of the dajjal

Lesson 28 the Prophet of miracles part 16 – signs of the hour – 8 the emergence of Ya’jooj & Ma’jooj

The Concise Presentation Of The Fiqh

Chapter One – Purity

Lesson 1 At-Tahaara part 1

Lesson 2 At-Tahaara part 2

Lesson 3 At-Tahaara part 3

Lesson 4 Sunan Al-Fitrah

Lesson 5 Etiquettes of relieving yourself

Lesson 6 Containers and utensils

Lesson 7 Wuduu

Lesson 8 What negates wuduu

Lesson 9 The acts which require wuduu

Lesson 10 The acts which require wiping over socks/ khuff

Lesson 11 The complete bathing (ghusl)

Lesson 12 The complete bathing (ghusl) 2

Lesson 13 Tayammum (dry ablution) 

Lesson 14 Menstruation & Postnatal

Lesson 15 Menstruation & Postnatal 2

Chapter Four – Prayer

Lesson 20 Part 1 

Lesson 21 Part 2

Lesson 22 Part 3

Chapter Four – Fasting

Lesson 16 Part 1

Lesson 17 Part 2

Lesson 18 Part 3

Lesson 19 Part 4

Concise Presentation of the fiqh of the sunnah and the noble book

 

How can I guarantee happiness in this world & hereafter

Lesson 1 happiness lies in scholars advice

Lesson 2 happiness lies in fleeing to Allaah by repentance

Lesson 3 happiness lies in Istiqamah & Taqwa

Lesson 4 cleansing your heart from disease

First correct your Aqeedah

Lesson 1 intro

Lesson 2 speaking about scholars without knowledge & authentic aqeedah

Lesson 3 where is aqeedah taken from & eeman

Lesson 4 unity of worship and meaning of kalemah

Lesson 5 walaa’ & baraa’

Lesson 6 Allaah’s awliyaa’ vs Shaytaan’s awliyaa’

Lesson 7 dua

Lesson 8 shirk aspects: slaughter / vow / oath

Lesson 9 Asmaa’ wa Sifaat

Lesson 10 the verse of Al-Kursi

Lesson 11 belief in the Angels

Lesson 12 belief in the Angels 2

Lesson 13 the world of jinn and shayateen

Lesson 14 the world of jinn and shayateen 2

Lesson 15 the world of jinn and shayateen 3

Lesson 16 magic & jinn possession

Lesson 17 types of weapons to be used against shaytaan

Lesson 18 types of weapons to be used against shaytaan 2

Lesson 19 al-Qur’aan

Lesson 20 messengers & prophets

Lesson 21 belief in the day of judgment

Lesson 22 death

Lesson 23 grave

Lesson 24 the day of judgment and its signs

Lesson 25 signs of the day of judgement 2

Lesson 26 signs of the day of judgement 3

Lesson 27 signs of the day of judgement 4 Isa & Gog and Magog

Lesson 28 signs of the day of judgement 5 Isa & Gog and Magog 2

Lesson 29 signs of the day of judgement 6 The Smoke and other signs

Lesson 30 signs of the day of judgement 7 The Beast and sun rising from west

Lesson 31 what happens after the first trumpet sound

Lesson 32 what happens after the second trumpet sound

Lesson 33 what happens on the gathering day

Lesson 34 the state of the disobedient Muslims on the day of judgement 1

Lesson 35 the state of the arrogant, traitor, thief, insolent to parents on the day of judgement 2

Lesson 36 intercession 

Lesson 37 questioning

Lesson 38 records of deeds

Lesson 39 accounting for deeds

Lesson 40 accounting for the prayer

Lesson 41 when asked about the blessings of Allaah

Lesson 42 oppression

Lesson 43 blood and scale

Lesson 44 the fountain

Lesson 45 the bridge

Lesson 46 paradise

Lesson 47 paradise 2

Lesson 48 paradise 3unfortunately not recorded

Lesson 49 paradise 4

Lesson 50 paradise 5

 

Ask a Scholar

Shaykh Ali Al-Halabi

Masaajid in Pandemic

Sitting during the days of Hajj after salatul fajr

Shaykh Baasim Al Jawaabrah

Days of Dhulhijjah

My Journey from Takfeerism to a Salafi

The Death of our beloved scholar Shaykh Ali Hasan Al-Halabi

Shaykh Ziyaad Al-Abbaadi

Time

Is Mawlid an Islamic Event

Is it Correct to Close the Masjid during Lockdown

Shaykh ‘Asim Al-Qaryooti

Muharram

Celebrating non muslim events

Shaykh Husain Al-A’waishah

“Perfection of a person’s Islam is his leaving that which is of no concern to him”

Shaykh Akram Ziyadah

Asking people of knowlege

Sheikh Ahmed Al Khashshaab

Shaykh Al-Albani as i knew him

Usool us Sunnah 2020

Lesson 1 Biography of Imam Ahmed, description of imam , his journeys, sayings of scholars regarding him, imams statement against innovation, al mihnat (trial), & his books.

Lesson 2 about the book, & “the fundamental principles of the sunnah with us are”

Lesson 3 1: holding fast to what the companions of the messenger of Allaah were upon

Lesson 4 2: taking them [and their way] as a model to be followed & 3: the abandonment of innovations and every innovation is misguidance

Lesson 5 4: the abandonment of controversies, 5: the abandonment of sitting with the people of ahwaa (desires) & 6: and the abandonment of quarrelling, argumentation and controversy in the religion

Lesson 6 7: And the Sunnah with us are the aathaar (narrations) of the Messenger of Allaah, 8: and the Sunnah explains and clarifies the Qur’aan & 9: It is the guide to the Qur’aan [containing evidences and indications as to its meanings and correct interpretations]

Lesson 7 9: continued.. & 10: There is no analogical reasoning in the Sunnah, and examples or likenesses are not to be made for it

Lesson 8 10: continued.., 11: Nor is it grasped and comprehended by the intellects of the desires 12: Rather it (consists of) following (and depending upon) it and abandoning the hawaa (desires)

Lesson 9 13: And it is from the binding and necessary Sunnah which whoever leaves a single matter from it, has not excepted it [in its totality], has not believed in it and is not from its people & 14: To have faith in Qadar [the Divine Pre-decree], both its good and its evil

Lesson 10 15: And whoever does not know the explanation of a hadeeth and (whose] intellect [does not have the capacity] to make him understand it, then that would be sufficient (i.e., to just merely affirm the ahaadeeth and have faith in them] since [everything from the religion] has been perfected for him. And it is necessary for him to have faith in it and to submit to it, such as the hadeeth of the truthful, the believed and whatever is similar to it in the matter of al-Qadar & 16: And whoever does not know the explanation of a hadeeth and [whose] intellect [does not have the capacity] to make him understand it, then that would be sufficient [i.e., to just merely affirm the ahaadeeth and have faith in them] since [everything from the religion] has been perfected for him. And it is necessary for him to have faith in it and to submit to it, such as the hadeeth of the truthful, the believed and whatever is similar to it in the matter of al-Qadar

Lesson 11 16: continued.., 17: And also like the ahaadeeth regarding the Ru’yah (the Believer’s seeing of Allaah in the Hereafter), all of them, even if they disagree with people’s hearing and [even] if the one who is listening to them feels repelled by and is averse to them, 18: Certainly, it is obligatory upon him to have faith in them and not to reject a single word from them nor from other [such] Ahaadeeth, which have been reported by reliable, trustworthy narrators, 19: And that he does not argue with anyone, nor dispute and nor should he learn [about how to make] argumentation [in such matters], 20: For indeed, (indulging in) theological rhetoric (kalaam) in  the matter of Qadar, the Ru’yah, the Qur’aan and other such issues are among the ways that are detested and which are forbidden & 21: The one Who does so, even if he reaches the truth with his words, is not from Ahlus-Sunnah, until he abandons (using) this mode of argumentation, [and until he] submits and believes in the aathaar (the Prophetic Narrations and those of the Companions.

Lesson 12 22: And the Qur’aan is the Word of Allaah. It is not created and he should not be too weak to declare it is not created and that the Word of Allaah is not (something) distinct and separate from Him (i.e., an entity in itself] and that not a single thing from it is created, 23: And beware of argumentation with the one who innovates in this matter and says that his recitation of the Qur’aan is created and other such claims 24: And whoever hesitates in this matter and says, ‘I do not know whether it is created or not created. It is but the Word of Allaah.’ Then he is a person of innovation and he is just like the one who says, ‘It is created. “Indeed it is the Word of Allaah and it is not created”, 25: To have faith in the Ru’yah (that Allaah will be seen) on the Day of Judgement has been reported from the Prophet
(PBUH) in the authentic ahaadeeth, 26: And that the Prophet (PBUH) saw his Lord since this has been transmitted from the Messenger of Allaah (PBUH) and is correct and authentic 
& 27: And the hadeeth, in our estimation, is to be taken by its apparent meaning (alaadhaahirihi) as it has come from the Prophet (PBUH). And indulging in theological rhetoric with respect to it is an innovation. 

Lesson 13 28: And having faith in the Balance [the Weighing] on the Day of Judgement just as it has come [to us in the hadeeth], “A Servant will be weighed on the Day of Judgement and he will not be equal in weight to the wing of a fly.”, 29: And the actions of the servants will be weighed just as has been reported in the narration. To have faith in it and to attest to its truthfulness and to turn away from whoever rejects that and to abandon argumentation with him & 30: And that Allaah will speak to the servants on the Day of Judgement, without there being a translator between Him and them, to have faith in this and to attest to its truthfulness.

Lesson 14 31: To have faith in the Hawd (the Pool) and that there is a pool for the Messenger of Allaah (PBUH) on the Day of Judgement. His ummah will come to it [to drink] and its width is equal to the distance traveled in a month. Its drinking vessels equaling the number of stars in the sky [and this is] in accordance with the narrations that are authentic in this regard, from more than one aspect, 32: To have faith in the Punishment of the Grave and that this Ummah will be put to trial in their graves and will be questioned about Eeman and Islaam. About who is his Lord? Who is his Prophet?, 33: And that Munkar and Nakeer will come to him, [all of that] in whatever way Allah wills and in whatever way He desires. To have faith in that and to attest to its truthfulness & 34: To have faith in the Intercession of the Prophet (PBUH) and [to have faith] that some people will be brought out of the Fire after they have been burnt therein and reduced to charcoal. [That] it will be ordered for them to be placed in a river by the door of Paradise, as has been reported in the narration, (all of that] however Allaah wills and in whatever way Allaah wills. Indeed, it is to have faith in it and to attest to its truthfulness.

Lesson 15 35: To have faith that the Maseehud-Dajjaal is to come there being written between his eyes, ‘Kaafir.’ And [to have faith] in the ahaadeeth which have come [to us] regarding him. And to have faith that that will happen & 36: And that ‘Eesaa [Ibn Maryam] will descend and will kill him at the gate of Ludd. 

Lesson 16 37: And that faith consists of [both] speech and action, it increases and decreases as has been reported in the narration “The most complete of the believers with respect to faith is the best of them in his manners.” 

Lesson 17 38: And whoever abandons the prayer then he has disbelieved. There is nothing from among the actions, the abandonment of which constitutes disbelief except for the prayer. Whoever abandons it is a disbeliever and Allaah has made killing him permissible

Lesson 18 39: And the best of ummah after its Prophet (PBUH) is Aboo Bakr as-Siddeeq then Umar ibn al-Khattaab, then Uthmaan ibn Affaan 40: We give precedence to those three just as the companions of the Messenger of Allaah (PBUH) gave precedence to them. They (the Companions) never differed in that. 

Lesson 19 41: Then after those three, the five Companions of the shoora: ‘Alee ibn Abee Taalib, az-Zubair, Talhah, ‘Abdur- Rahmaan ibn ‘Awf and Sa’d ibn Abee Waqqaas, each of them was fitting and appropriate for khilaafah and each of them was an Imaam (leader), 42: In this regard we take the hadeeth of Ibn ‘Umar, “We used to consider, while the Messenger of Allaah (PBUH) was alive and his Companions widespread: Aboo Bakr [to be first], then ‘Umar, then ‘Uthmaan – and then we remained quiet.’ 43: Then after the five companions of the shooraa are the people who fought in Badr from among the Muhaajiroon. And then those who fought in Badr from among the Ansaar, from among the Companions of the Messenger of Allaah (PBUH). [each one’s rank is] according to his migration and precedence [in the religion], 44: Then the most superior of mankind after these: the Companions of the Messenger of Allaah (PBHU), the generation in which he was sent. Everyone who accompanied him, whether for a year, a month, a day, an hour or (just merely] saw him, then he is from among his Companions. His companionship is according to the extent to which he accompanied him, [and to the extent to which] he had precedence in being with him, heard from him and looked at him, 45: So the closest of them in companionship to him are more excellent than the generation, which did not see him, even if they met Allaah with all the [good] actions. Despite that, those who accompanied the Prophet (PBUH), saw him and heard from him [are superior], & 46: And whoever saw him with his eyes, and believed in him, even if for an hour, is more excellent, on account of this companionship [with the Prophet (PBUH)], than the Taabi’een, even if they (the Taabi’een] did every action of goodness.

Lesson 20 47: And hearing and obeying the leaders (a’immah] and the Ameer ul-Mu’mineen, whether righteous or sinful, from among those who come into power with the khilaafah and with respect to whom the people have agreed and united themselves and are pleased with him & 48: And also (hearing and obeying the one] who fought against the people with the sword (i.e. conquered them] until he
became the khaleefah and was named the Ameerul-Mu‘mineen.

Lesson 21 49: Participation in battles along with the leaders [umaraa], be they righteous or sinful, is an everlasting affair up [i.e. always operative] until the Day of Judgement. It is never to be abandoned. (Likewise] the division of the spoils of war and appointing the rulers [a’immah] to establish the prescribed punishments (hudood) are [both) everlasting. It is not permissible for anyone to rebuke them or to contend with them [i.e. the rulers] 50: Also, handing over the charity to them (the Rulers] is permissible and always operative (in effect]. Whoever gives the charity to them then that will suffice him [i.e., his obligation will have been fulfilled], whether righteous or sinful.

Lesson 22 51: And performing the Jumu’ah prayer behind him (the Ruler] and behind whomever he appoints is (a) permissible and perfect [act] and (consists of] two rak’ahs. Whoever repeats them (after praying behind him] is an innovator, one who abandons the narrations and an opposer of the Sunnah. He receives nothing [of reward) from the excellence of his [attendance of] the Jumu’ah prayer, if he does not accept and hold that prayer is to be observed behind the leaders, whomever they may be, the righteous amongst them and the sinful amongst them, 52: So the Sunnah is that he prayers two rak’ahs with them. [Whoever repeats them is an innovator] and that he acknowledges that they are perfect and complete, not having any doubt in his heart regarding that, 53: And whoever revolts against a leader from among the leaders of the Muslims, after the people had agreed upon him and united themselves behind him, after they had affirmed the khilaafah for him, in whatever way this khilaafah may have been, by their pleasure and acceptance or by (his] force and domination [over them], then this revolter has disobeyed the Muslims, and has contradicted the narrations of the Messenger of Allaah (PBUH). And if the one who revolted against the ruler died he would have died the death of ignorance & 54: And the killing of the one in power is not lawful, and nor is it permissible for anyone amongst the people to revolt against him. Whoever does that is an innovator, (and is] upon other than the Sunnah and the [correct] path. 

Lesson 23 55: Fighting against the thieves and the revolters (khawaarij) is permissible. That is, when they set upon a man with respect to his person and his wealth. It is then permissible for him to fight (and defend] himself and his property and to repel [the thieves and the revolters] from them both [i.e. himself and his property] with everything that is within his capacity, 56: But it is not permissible for him, when they depart from him or abandon him, that he seeks them (i.e. to find them]. Nor should he follow their tracks and this is not [permissible] for anyone other than the Imaam (leader) or those charged with
authority over the Muslims,
 57: It is only for him to defend himself in his own place and he should intend, by his striving against them, that he will not kill anyone. But if he kills him whilst defending himself in the
battle, then Allaah will make the one killed far removed [from Himself and from any goodness]. And if he (himself] is killed in that state, whilst he is defending himself and his property, then I hope that it is martyrdom for him, as has occurred in the hadeeth,
58: And all of the narrations in this regard have ordered with fighting him but did not order killing him, nor pursuing him and nor finishing him off should he fall to the ground or become wounded 
& 59: And if he took him as a captive he should not kill him and
should not carry out the prescribed punishment against him, but rather, he should raise his matter to whomever Allaah has appointed and given authority so that he may judge in the matter. 

Lesson 24 60: And we do not testify for anyone from among the people of the qiblah, on account of an action that he has done, that he is in Paradise or in Hell-Fire. We have hope for the righteous one and we fear for him and we fear for the evil and sinful person and we hope in the mercy of Allaah for him & 61: And whoever meets Allaah with a sin, which would necessitate the Fire for him, having repented, not returning back to it and [not] being insistent upon it then Allaah, [the Mighty and Magnificent] will turn to him (in forgiveness). And Allaah accepts repentance from His servants and forgives the evil actions.

Lesson 25 62: And whoever meets Him after having had the prescribed punishment meted out to him for that [particular] sin in this world, then that would be its expiation as occurs in the narration from the Messenger of Allaah (PBUH), 63: And whoever meets him having persisted upon, and not repented from the sins which necessitate punishment, then his affair is with Allaah [the Mighty and Magnificent] if He wills He will punish Him and if He wills He will forgive him& 64: And whoever meets Him as a disbeliever, He will punish him and will not forgive him.  

Lesson 26 65: And stoning to death [which is true and correct] is the rightful due of the one who has fortified [himself/herself with marriage] but fornicates, either when he/she admits [to this act] or when the evidence is established against him/her & 66The Messenger of Allaah (PBUH) stoned to death and the Rightly Guided Leaders too, stoned to death.

Lesson 27 67: And whoever disparages and degrades a single one of the Companions of the Messenger of Allaah (PBUH) or dislikes him on account of something that occurred from him, or mentions his shortcomings, then he is an innovator, 68: [He remains as such] until he asks for Allaah’s mercy for them, all of them and [until] his heart is sincere and good- natured towards them & 69: And hypocrisy – it is disbelief, that a person disbelieves in Allaah and worships other than Him [inwardly], [but] he manifests lslaam openly such as the hypocrites in the time of the Messenger of Allaah (PBUH).

Lesson 28 70: And  his (pbuh) saying, “in whomsoever there are three (characteristics he is a hypocrite …” is an intensification [in exp ression] we report it as it has come and we do not explain it. And [likewise] his saying, “Do not become disbelievers after me, [astray] striking the necks of each other.” And, “When two Muslims meet with their swords then [both] the killer and the killed are in the Fire.” And, “Cursing a Muslim is wickedness and fighting against him is disbelief.” And, “Whoever says to his brother, ‘0 Disbeliever,’ then it returns back to one of them.” And, “It is disbelief in Allaah, the one who denies his kinship, even if it is insignificant (i.e. remote].” And other ahaadeeth such as these, among those which have been authenticated and preserved 71We submit to it, even if we do not know its explanation. We do not talk about it. We do not argue about it. And we do not explain these ahaadeeth except with the like of what they [the ahaadeeth] have come with. We do not reject them except with the best amongst them.

Lesson 29 72: And Paradise and Hell-Fire are two created things. They have [already] been created as has come from the Messenger (PBHU) [in the hadeeth], “I entered Paradise and I saw a castle…” And, “I saw the Pool (Kawthur) …” And, “I looked into Hell-Fire and I saw that most of its inhabitants were women.” And, “I looked into the Fire and I saw such and such…” , 73: So whoever claims that they [Paradise and Hell-Fire] are not created then he is a denier of the Qur’aan and the ahaadeeth of the Messenger of Allaah and I do not consider that be believes in Paradise and Hell-Fire & 74: And whoever dies from among the people of the qiblah as a muwahhid (one testifying to the unity and uniqueness of Allaah in His Lordship His right of worship and in His Names and Attributes) then prayer is performed over him and forgiveness is sought for him, 75Seeking forgiveness is not to be withheld from him [i.e. it should not be abandoned for him and we do not abandon Praying over him on account of a sin which he committed, regardless of whether it is a small or a big sin. His affair is with Allaah, the Mighty, the Sublime”.

 

Usool al-Thalathah

Introduction

First Subject

1) Knowledge…  Usool al-Thalathah 01a

2) Acting upon that Usool al-Thalathah 01b

3) Calling to it Usool al-Thalathah 02a

4) Patiently persevering and Usool al-Thalathah 02b

Second Subject

1) Allaah Created us… Usool al-Thalathah 03

2) Allaah is not pleased that anyone… Usool al-Thalathah 04a

3) Whoever is obedient to the Messenger and singles out Allaah Usool al-Thalathah 04b

Third Subject

1) Making the religion sincerely for Allaah Usool al-Thalathah 05

Core of the book

1) First Principle: Who is your Lord?

Usool al-Thalathah 06 (How did you arrive at this knowledge of your Lord…)

Usool al-Thalathah 07 (All the types of worship…)

Usool al-Thalathah 08 (Ar Ragbah…)

2) Second principle : Knowing of your religion

First Stage

Usool al-Thalathah 09 

(Shahadataan, Salah & Zakah) Usool al-Thalathah 10 

(Sawm) Usool al-Thalathah 11a (Hajj)

Second Stage

Usool al-Thalathah 11b (Eeman)

Usool al-Thalathah 12 (Angels, Books, Messengers, the Last Day & Decree)

Third Stage

Usool al-Thalathah 13a (Ihsaan)

3) Third Principle: Knowledge of your Prophet (PBUH)

Usool al-Thalathah 13b  (Biography)

Usool al-Thalathah 14 (Isra wa Almiraaj & Hijra)

Usool al-Thalathah 15 (Death)

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Other Talks

– Virtues of Muharram

– Hajj 2016

– Ramadan Reminders 2016

– Spiritual side of Ramadan 2016

– Virtues of Sha’baan & Ramadhaan 2016

– Fitna of killing (woolwich)

– Safety, Health & provision hadeeth

– Sha’baan (Shab E Bharat)

– Virtues & Fiqh of Dhulhijjah

– Khawarij – Ramadan 2014

– Ramadan 2015 – Dhulhijjah 2015

– Celebrating festivals of non muslims

– Sha’baan 2014

– Summary of the chapter on parents in Adab ul mufrad

– Reminder after Ramadhaan 2014

– Sha’baan 2015 – Discussion of new book to study

– Dhulhijjah 2010

– Advice on extremism

-How To Perform Hajj – 22nd Nov 2009

-Death – Fiqh of praying on the chair 8th May 2016

– Virtues of Sha’baan 2017

– Fiqh of Ramadhan 2017

– Materialistic breakers of the fast 2017

– Laylatul Qadr & Itikaaf 2017

– Muharram 2017

– Book of Fasting Part 1 2018

– Book of Fasting Part 2 2018

– Book of Fasting Part 3 2018

– Sha’baan & Ramaadhan 2019

– Towards the end of Ramaadhan 2019

– Ashoora 2019

– Mawlid & winter 2019

– Winter Seasons 2019

– Voting 2019

– Voluntary Prayer 2019

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– Fiqh on viruses (covid 19)

– Coronavirus, an Islamic Perspective 28.03.2020

– Rumours, lies and misleading fatawas are part of pandemic

– Importance of Rajab, Shab’aan and its midnight 07.04.20

– Ramadaan during coronavirus 17.04.20

-The great lie against Aisha, the mother of the believers 26.04.20

– Night of Decree

– Do not destroy what you have built 20.05.20

– Salat ul Eid and Zakat ul Fitr 22.05.20

– The 7 Ahruf & the 10 recitations Part 1

– The 7 Ahruf & the 10 recitations Part 2

– A day in the life of a scholar Shaykh Al Albani

– Heart Series – Fix your tongue

– Heart Series – Fix your heart

– Flee to Allah

Ramadaan – The Road to Redemption 7 April 2021

– The Aqsa Complex In the Eyes of Ahlul Sunnah

– A Walk Through Paradise

– The first 10 days of Dhu-hijjah, Day of Arafah, Day of Eid & Sacrifice 2021

– Day of ‘Arafah, ‘Eid Day & Sacrificial

– Ribaa in the West (Clear & Hidden Ribaa Transactions) 2021

– Remembrance of death 2021

– Hold fast to the rope of Allaah 2022

– The Salaf in the Month of Ramadan 12.03.22

– The Month of Sha’baan 13.03.22

– Ramadan is on the Doors 2022

– Getting the most of last 10 days in Ramadaan 2022

 

 

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