When society disregards the student of knowledfe, such that he feels he does not have an appropriate role in society
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.
Anas Ibn Maalik narrates that the Prophet (sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam) said: “Seven actions for which the reward of a deceased person will continue whilst he is in his grave…”
Friday Khutbah encouraging us all to have Taqwa, to interact with people with good manners and seeking honour through Islaam.
These four principles are of utmost importance, every Muslim must abide by them for the safety of their religion.
Tafseer lessons explaining commonly memorised chapters of the Qur’an, beginning with Soorah al-Faatihah and then smaller chapters from Soorah an-Naas onwards.
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
An advice to those who try to prove the validity of the Qur’an through deducing scientific miracles, exaggerating palindromes and applying the Qur’an to modern theories.