Four important principles clarifying how we should interact with the evidences and rulings of the Sharī’ah.
A comprehensive book which can be used as a teaching resource in lessons, institutes and Masaajid in studying Aqeedah, Fiqh, Seerah and Tafseer.
Advice from Shakh Albaani for a beginner student of knowledge regarding studying Fiqh from a Madhabb
Words of encouragement and inspiration for students of knowledge who try hard for many years and feel they have not progressed
Second pen Q & A session held in Nelson, Lancashire on the night of 29th June, 2016, with Shaykh Badr Ibn Alee Al-Utaybee, 12 questions were asked.
Open Q & A session held in Nelson, Lancashire on the night of 22nd June, 2016, with Shaykh Badr Ibn Alee Al-Utaybee, 38 questions were asked.
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.
And we would place a line above the words – intending [by doing so] to draw attention to them, in accordance with the principle of the Muslim authors.
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.
Your opinion does not become proof against one who differs with you, because if we were to accept this, then we would also accept the opposite.