Words of encouragement and inspiration for students of knowledge who try hard for many years and feel they have not progressed
A series of lessons in explaining the virtues, manners and etiquettes of seeking of knowledge, based on the book: Ma’aalim fee Tareeq Taalib Al-ilm, by Shaykh AbdulAzeez As-Sadhaan.
You should know that Shaytaan is not able to prevail over a society except when the people of knowledge are lost, or when they remain silent and do not clarify the truth to the people
As for the scholars of the past and the greats amongst them, then they have passed, [so refer to] the best of those who remain.
A concise treatise outlining four important principles that relate to every branch of Islamic knowledge; the religion of Islaam is built upon these revolves around these principles
Certainly, placing the line above the words you want to draw attention to is from the manner of our scholars, in line with the manner of the scholars of hadeeth.
Because some youths begin by reading the profiles of misguided groups, and perhaps, they may fall into many errors. We hope you can direct us concerning this.
I sought knowledge for a number of years, and despite that, I have not retained any of the information, and nor do I feel I have benefited; So what do you advise me with?
This of course, is based on the consensus of the people of knowledge, and the reality that it is a source of legal authority by itself upon the entire Muslim nation.
Sometimes we hear some students of knowledge criticising the scholars, saying that they are silent when certain events, tragedies and catastrophes occur.