We strive, struggle and write, and we call to Allah, the mighty and majestic. Yet they say regarding us that we are Mumayyi’een, because we call with wisdom, leniency and gentleness.
A concise yet powerful advice written by one of the Imaams of Da’wah which is more pertinent today due to the public differing of students of knowledge
A series of lessons in reading from the monumental advice of Al-Allaamah AbdulMuhsin Al-Abbaad, entitled: Rifqan Ahl As-Sunnah bi Ahl is-Sunnah.
A person should not take a stance which will allow the people of innovation to punish and subdue Ahl As-Sunnah, to exile them from the Masjid and restrict their [Da’wah] activities.
An important clarification regarding an oft-used principle: ‘Whoever does not make Tabdee’ of an innovator, then he himself is an innovator.’ Shaykh Suhaymee presents conditions for this principle to be applied.
A monumental advice by Shaykh Badr Ibn Alee Al-Utaybee to the Salafees with regards to their conduct and disunity, and the effect it is having on the Da’wah. Both the Arabic and English are included.
In giving Da’wah and warning against Shirk, is it a necessity to always mention the names of the Callers to Shirk?
Tafseer lessons explaining commonly memorised chapters of the Qur’an, beginning with Soorah al-Faatihah and then smaller chapters from Soorah an-Naas onwards.