Have Taqwa of Allah & Perform 5 Salah, Fast in Ramadhan, Pay Zakah & Obey your Leaders – Abu Muhammad al-Maghribee [Audio|En]

Audio : Abu Muhammad al-Maghribee (hafidhahullaah)

Explanation of Selected Ahaadeeth from Riyaadus-Saaliheen by Sheikh Muhammad ibn al-Uthaymeen.(rahimahullaah)

In this class we read the explanation of the last hadith in the chapter of at-Taqwaa which is the sermon of the Messenger sallallahu alaihi wa sallam in the Farewell Pilgrimage.

Wednesday’s classes on the Explanation of Riyaadus-Saaliheen are held particularly for women after salatul-asr at Masjid Tawheed in Stone Mountain, GA. However, this is a book for us all to learn and benefit from, and we encourage everyone to join us.

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73. Abu Umamah (May Allah be pleased with him) said: I heard Messenger of Allah (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam) during the sermon of the Farewell Pilgrimage saying, “Be mindful of your duty to Allah; perform your five daily Salat, observe Saum during the month (of Ramadan) , pay the Zakat on your properties and obey your leaders; (if you do so) you will enter the Jannah of your Rubb”.

Commentary: The word Wada`, means to say farewell. The Farewell Pilgrimage was the last pilgrimage, the Prophet (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam) performed, and on this occasion he bade farewell to the people and for this reason it came to be known as Hajjat-ul-Wada`. Obedience of  the rulers is stressed but it is conditional, that is to say, they are to be obeyed only if their orders are not against the injunctions of Allah. Similarly, their obedience is obligatory till such time that they do not do anything which amounts to open disbelief. If any of these two things occurs, then no obedience would be due to them.

Source: Riyaadus-Saaliheen

Help One Another in Al-Birr and At-Taqwa – Shaykh Muhammad bin Ramzaan al-Haajiree [Audio|Ar-En]

Help One Another in Al-Birr and At-Taqwa
Shaykh Muhammad bin Ramzaan al-Haajiree

Translated by our brother Abu Afnan Mohammad

Help One Another in Al-Birr and At-Taqwa - Shaykh Muhammad bin Ramzaan al-Haajiree

Shaykh Muhammad bin Ramzaan al-Haajiree explains the ayah “Help you one another in Al-Birr & At-Taqwa (virtue, righteousness and piety); but do not help one another in sin and transgression. And fear Allah, verily Allah is Severe in punishment”. (Al-Maidah 5:2).

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Fear Allah Wherever You May be – Shaykh Falaah Ismaeel [Audio|Ar-En]

Fear Allah Wherever You May be
Shaykh Falaah Ismaeel

Excellent Lecture !!

This lecture was given by our noble Shaykh Falaah bin Ismaeel (حفظه الله) at Masjid Ahlul Quraan wa Suannah in Queens. This is another lengthy lecture which contains a lot of good and beneficial material in it, walhamdulillah. Br. Abu Muhammad al-Maghribi translated this valuable lecture.

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The most hated speech to Allaah is when a man says to another man, ‘Fear Allaah!’ and he replies, ‘Worry about your own self!’ "

On the authority of ‘Abdullaah ibn Mas’ood (radhiyallaahu ‘anhu), the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu ‘alayhe wa sallam) said:

“Verily the most beloved speech to Allaah is the servant’s saying, ‘Subhaanak Allaahumma wa bihamdika wa tabaarakasmuka wa ta’aalaa jad-duka wa laa ilaaha ghayruk.’ (Glorified are you, O Allaah, and to you is the praise, Blessed is Your Name and Lofty is your Majesty, there is none worthy of worship other than you.) The most hated speech to Allaah is when a man says to another man, ‘Fear Allaah!’ and he replies, ‘Worry about your own self!’ “

It was reported by Al-Asbahaanee in At-Targheeb (739), and Al-Albaanee authenticated it in Silsilatul-Ahaadeethis-Saheehah (2598).

Ignorant Piety – Imâm Muhammad b. Sîrîn (rahimahullaah)

Bismillah Walhamdulillah Wassalatu Wassalamu ala Rasulillah,

Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatu,

It is reported that Imâm Muhammad b. Sîrîn – Allâh have mercy on him – said:

There were people who abandoned knowledge and sitting with the scholars, and [instead] took to their chambers and prayed until their skin dried [from exertion in worship]. Thereafter they began to contradict the Sunnah and thus were destroyed. By Allâh, never does a person act without knowledge, except that he spoils and corrupts more than he fixes and rectifies.

Al-Asbahânî, Al-Targhîb wa Al-Tarhîb 3:98

Source: http://www.sayingsofthesalaf.net

al-Khashyah (Dread) and al-Khawf (Fear) – Shaykh Zayd Al-Madkhalee & Shaykh Ubayd al-Jaabiree

Both of them mean utter debasement in front of Allaah the Mighty and Majestic and total submission to Him, openly and in secret. This comes along with perfect love for Allaah the Blessed and Exalted. Due to this, the Scholars divided between al-khashyah (dread) and al-khawf (fear). They said, “Indeed, al-khashyah is fear accompanied by glorification, whereas al-khawf can be accompanied by glorification and it can occur without glorification as well.” And this is true, since a person can fear an enemy. However, his fear of the enemy does not mean that he glorifies him. And he could fear a predatory animal, but his fear of that animal does not mean that he glorifies it. However, al-khashyah cannot be applied unless it is accompanied by glorification.

Allaah the Mighty and Majestic said,

“And they stand in awe for fear of Him.” [Sooratul-Anbiyaa‘ 21:28]

Likewise, Allaah the Mighty and Majestic said about the Scholars who are the best of the creation,

“Indeed, those who fear Allaah the most from amongst His creation are the Scholars.” [Soorah Faatir 35:28]

That is, the Scholars of the Sharee’ah, the Scholars of the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of His Prophet (’alayhis-salaatu was-salaam) who act upon their knowledge. So whoever observes this khashyah for other than Allaah, then he has committed Shirk. Allaah the Blessed and Exalted warned against that in His statement,

“So do not fear them, but fear Me.” [Sooratul-Baqarah 2:150]

Khasyah (awe) is fear founded upon knowledge of the greatness of the one whom you fear.It is something more particular than khawf. For example, if you fear someone but don’t know whether he is able to catch you or not, then this is khawf. But when you fear someone and know that he is fully able to seize hold of you then this is khashyah.

Taken from the below:

1. The Path To Attaining Clarification Concerning The Three Fundamental Principles – By The Noble Shaykh Zayd Ibn Muhammad Ibn Haadee Al-Madkhalee , Prepared By Fawaaz Ibn ’Alee Al-Madkhalee

2. A Gift For The Intellect In Explanation Of The Three Fundamental Principles Of Islaam : By Sheikh Ubaid Al-Jaabiree (Hafizahullah)

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