I only followed you so I am shot at here – he pointed towards his throat – with an arrow, I die and then enter into Paradise…
Reference: Majmū’ Fatāwa Ibn Taymiyyah Vol 3 Page 155 [al-‘Aqīdah al-Wāsitiyyah] Ahl as-Sunnah do not believe that every individual Ṣaḥābi (companion) is free from major or minor sins; rather in general. it is possible that they sinned. However, they possessed virtues and merits which causes their sins to be forgiven – if indeed they sinned. Moreso, […]
A sermon detailing how, when and why the Islamic Hijri calendar was introduced; and some innovations which occur at the end of each Hijri year.
Sermon appropriate to Dhul Hijjah about the story of Prophet Ibraheem (alayhi as-salaam), his wife Haajarah, his son Ismaaeel, the building of the Ka’bah and the legislation of Hajj.
Relevant Khutbah to the society, contemplating the story and Da’wah of Prophet Hood (alayhi as-salaam) to a people who lived lives of luxury.
Contemplations, lessons and benefits from the story and Da’wah of Prophet Shu’aib (alayhi as-salaam)
A sermon emphasising the importance of the stories of the Prophets and Messengers, the trials they went through and what we can learn from their stories.
A fabricated yet widespread story amongst the common muslims that Al-Hassan Ibn Alee (may Allah be pleased with them both) married and divorced up to 100 women.