Archive for the ‘'Aqeedah’ Category

The story of a little girl

October 21, 2011 2 comments
As salaamu 'alaykum wa rahmatullah

I really apologize for not posting anything in quite some time. 
Both me and Br. Sajid have been really busy with other things. 
May Allah make our situations easy for all of us. Ameen. 

Just read this post on another blog and it brought me to tears subhanAllah. 
We go through trials in this life but when we read about other people's 
difficulties, it really puts your situation in perspective. 

Read this story and you will know what I mean...

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Excellent Lecture given by Br Kashif Khan

As salaamu ‘alaykum

As the readers of this blog know, we like to share as much beneficial and original content as possible with everyone, with the help of Allah azza wa jal.

Today, we would like to share an excellent lecture given by Br Kashif Khan (Imam of Masjid ul-Bayaan in Asburk Park, NJ) on the topic of the Ten Commands from Allah in Surah Al-‘Anaam (151-153). You can download the lecture files below. They are in m4a format. I was able to play it on windows media player. If anyone is not able to play the file, let me know and I will work on changing the format inshaAllah.

Muhsin Khan
Say (O Muhammad Sallalahu Alayhe Wasallam): “Come, I will recite what your Lord has prohibited you from: Join not anything in worship with Him; be good and dutiful to your parents; kill not your children because of poverty – We provide sustenance for you and for them; come not near to Al-Fawahish (shameful sins, illegal sexual intercourse, etc.) whether committed openly or secretly, and kill not anyone whom Allah has forbidden, except for a just cause (according to Islamic law). This He has commanded you that you may understand.
Muhsin Khan
“And come not near to the orphan’s property, except to improve it, until he (or she) attains the age of full strength; and give full measure and full weight with justice. We burden not any person, but that which he can bear. And whenever you give your word (i.e. judge between men or give evidence, etc.), say the truth even if a near relative is concerned, and fulfill the Covenant of Allah, This He commands you, that you may remember.
Muhsin Khan

“And verily, this (i.e. Allah’s Commandments mentioned in the above two Verses 151 and 152) is my Straight Path, so follow it, and follow not (other) paths, for they will separate you away from His Path. This He has ordained for you that you may become Al-Muttaqun (the pious – see V.2:2).”

A Christian points to the sky to his True Lord

March 10, 2011 3 comments

As salaamu ‘alaykum wa rahmatullah

I begin with the name of Allah, the Most Beneficient, the Most Merciful.

We have learned from the scholars in teaching their classes on Kitaab at-Tawheed (Book of Islamic Monotheism) and Qawaid ul-‘Arba (Four Rules of Shirk) how Allah has put the concept of Tawheed ur-Ruboobiyyah (Tawheed of Lordship) in the fitrah (natural disposition) of all of the creation.


Just this week, I was talking with one of my co-workers; he is going through a tough situation relating to work.

So i tried to console him by saying “Don’t stress yourself out too much over this, it’s not like this is the only place left where you can work”

So then he said to me, “Do you believe in the Lord?” And continued saying: “I believe in the Lord (and he pointed his fingers to the sky) and I keep supplicating to Him to take this burden off of me”

He continued to say “I am weak and He is powerful so I say to Him, ‘Here take this from me'”

Regardless of the fact if he was referring to Jesus as his Lord or the Lord of Jesus (Allah), the fact that he pointed his fingers to the sky showed to me that he affirms that the Lord is above us, as is befitting of Him subhana wa ta’ala.

Even the Christian’s aqeedah in terms of Ruboobiyyah is better than the aqeedah where some Muslims say (O Allah, guide them) “Allah is everywhere”


Listen to Shaykh Saalim at-Taweel’s beneficial points on the benefits of talking about Allah being above the Creation!

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Ahhhh… The Day of Christmas

December 25, 2010 1 comment

Today is 25th December when each year most Christians around the world celebrate Christmas. The unfortunate thing is that the reality of the affair is different than what many Christians understand Christmas to be…

So for our dear readers, whether they are Muslim or non-Muslim, we would like to share with them the following audios that they can benefit from.


Should Muslims Celebrate Christmas?

Should Muslims Celebrate Christmas?

Abdul-Waahid, Abu Khadeejah

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This is a Friday sermon delivered on 18th December 2009. It discusses the reality of Christmas and the Islamic view concerning it and other non-Islamic festivals.

The speaker finishes by mentioning the responsibility of Muslim parents towards their children when these non-Islamic festivals come about.



The Realities of Christmas

“The Realities of Christmas”

Bilaal Davis, Abu Hakeem

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This lecture was delivered via tele-link, hence, the sound quality reflects the circumstances. The speaker, haafidhahullaah, explains, in great detail, the origin of many acts that are falsely practised during this period.

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For more on this topic, listen or download: Muslims Participating in Christmas by Shaikh Ibn Baz (FREE MP3!)


Abdulilah Lahmami – Sulam al Wusool audio download

As salaamu ‘alaykum,

The recent talks done by Br. Abdulilah Lahmami have been uploaded on – Steps to knowing Allah.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 5

Part 6

Knowledge Seminar in Philly – Learn from 7 books in 3 days – Starting tomorrow!

As salaamu ‘alaykum

Inshaa’Allaah Br. Hasan As-Somalee will be conducting a class on the book “Manhaj us-Salafi” (by Shaykh Muhammad bin Umar Baazmool).

For updated schedule and details for the Philly Knowledgebase Seminar at Masjid Ahlul Hadeeth wal Athar please click here.

O Allah, Avert from us the Torment of the Hellfire

November 16, 2009 Leave a comment



“And those who say: ‘O our Lord avert from us the torment of the Hell-fire, indeed its torment adheres and persists’. Evil indeed it (Hell) is an abode and as a place to rest in.” surah-furqaan(25): 65-66.

Shaikh ‘Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Naasir as Sa’dee said,

“And those who say, ‘O our Lord avert from us the torment of the Hell-fire…”Meaning, avert it from us by safeguarding us from its causes, and by forgiving us whatever we have done which would deserve punishment.

“Its torment clings and persists.” The meaning is that it persists and clings to its people, just as a debt persists and clings to the debtor.

“It is an evil abode and residence.” They say this out of humility to their Lord, to make manifest their extreme need for Him, to acknowledge that it is not within their capacity to bear this torment and in order to remind each other of Allah’s favor upon them. For indeed the averting of a calamity will vary in accordance with its severity and enormity. Thus, the greater it is, the greater will be the impact of its being averted and the greater will be the joy which this produces.

Source: “The Characteristics of The Slave of The Merciful” Shaikh Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Naasir as SA’dee