If it was said: Shaykh Ibn Baaz says something, people would be convinced, submit to it and retract from their statements. Allaah raise this man due to which thing?
The Imaam would [take to account and] punish those who smoked [tobacco] – [this was at the time] when [smoking] first appeared [in the Arabian Peninsula] – about 250 years ago.
I desire from Allaah to become a daa’iyah (caller) to Allaah (‘, so what do you advise me with in terms of reading books, or listening to (audio) cassettes or other than that?
Our noble Shaykh, we have experienced strong interest from many masaajid wanting to benefit from the students of knowledge who have graduated from the Islamic University…
From amongst the causes [of differing]: Fanaticism, being fanatical to a specific group, being fanatical to a specific individual, or being fanatical to a specific opinion.
Some of the Du’aat accuse another Daa’ee; if they are then asked regarding this, they will say: ‘a man who is known for his knowledge and trustworthiness narrated it to us.’
Is the narration of the trustworthy person accepted without any exceptions and without verification?
From the important characteristics that a student of knowledge must adorn himself with is: verifying the information that he narrates
How should I interact with a neighbour who is from the people of innovation and his innovation may well be one of disbelief?