“When the fitnah draws near, it is recognized by every ʿālim, and when it has retreated it is recognized by every jāhil.”
Recent developments in Afghanistan has brought about a lot of curiosity regarding the movement called Talibān yet again. A salafi scholar from Yemen throws light upon the reality of this group
❝Allah gives respite to the oppressor, but when He takes him over, He never releases him.❞
As lockdowns were announced due to the pandemic, a Ḥadīth regarding the reward of martyrdom for the one who remains at home, has been widely circulated. The Shaykh clarifies regarding it’s condition.
Is the war of the Saudi Coalition against the Houthis of Yemen only a political war for worldly gains? Is it a proxy-war being fought with the Rāfidhī state of Iran? Is it a war between Islam and Kufr?
Shaykh ʿAbdus-Salām as-Suḥaimī throws light on the reality of the corrupted beliefs of the Houthis.
The Kuffār wish us on our festivals. So can we wish or greet or co-operate with the Kuffār in celebrating their festivals?
Our pious predecessors would not even attend the funerals of those known for their innovation, let alone praise them and take them as companions.
The statement comes amid controversy over the use of cartoons insulting the Prophet Mohammad (ﷺ) in a french school class on so-called freedom of expression whose teacher was then unfortunately murdered by someone labeled an “Islamist” by the hate-monger french president. He then went on to claim that Islam is in crisis and that they would not let go of the accursed cartoons.
Within the past few months there have been dubious statements made regarding some of the foundational aspects of the authentic Islamic Creed and methodology. These statements in many instances were made by young men on various social media platforms. For those who are Salafi or have love for the Aqeedah of Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama’ah this is sufficient to make a child age instantaneously. It is enough for those who have a mustard seed of jealousy to know that what they are calling toward is manifest misguidance.
Seven conditions to be met for one to be taken as a friend, as mentioned by Muḥammad ibn Juzay al-Kalbī رحمه الله