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The Islāmic Ruling Of The One Who Discusses The Fitnah Which Took Place During The Time Of The Companions | Shaykh Rabī' bin Hādī Al-Madkhalī

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Salafiyyah - The Salafi Methodology Play

Various lectures by Scholars and Students of Knowledge addressing the important topic of what is salafiyyah? what do the salafis beleive? who are they? etc.

Manhaj (Methodology) Play

Shaykh Muhammad Nāsir ud-Dīn Al-Albānī Play

He was born in the city of Ashkodera, then the capital of Albania in the year 1332 A.H./1914 C.E. into a poor family. His father al-Haaj Nooh Najjaatee al-Albaanee had completed Sharee'ah studies in Istanbul and returned a scholar to Albania. After Albania was taken over by atheism the family made Hijrah to Damascus. In Damascus Shaykh al-Albaanee completed his initial education and was then taught the Qur.aan, Tajweed, sciences of Arabic language, fiqh of the Hanafee madhab and further branches of the Deen by various Shaykhs and friends of his father.

He also learnt from his father the art of clock and watch repair - and became highly skilled in that and famous for it and derived his earnings through it. He began to specialise in the field of Hadeeth and its related sciences by the age of 20 - being influenced by articles in 'al-Manaar' magazine.

He began to work in this field by transcribing al-Haafiz al-Iraaqee's monumental "al­Mughnee 'an-hamlil-Asfaar fil-Asfaar fee takhreej maa fil-lhyaa minal-Akhbaar" and adding notes to it.

He delved further into the field of Hadeeth and its various sciences despite discourage­ment from his father. Furthermore, the books he needed were not to be found in his father's library which was composed mainly of various works of Hanafee Fiqh - and since he could not afford many of the books he required he would borrow them from the famous library of Damascus - "al-Maktabah adth-Dthaahiriyyah" or sometimes from book sellers.

He became engrossed with the science of Hadeeth to the extent that he would sometimes close up his shop and remain in the library for up to twelve hours - breaking off his work only for prayer - he would not even leave to eat, but would take two light snacks with him.

Eventually the library authorities granted him a special room to himself for his study and his own key for access to the library before normal opening time. Often he would remain at work from early morning until after 'Ishaa. During this time he produced many useful works - many of which are still waiting to be printed.

The Shaykh faced much opposition in his efforts to promote Tawheed and the Sunnah but he bore this with patient perseverance. He was encouraged by some of the noble Shaykhs of Damascus who urged him to continue, amongst them Shaykh Bahjatul Bayjaar, Shaykh 'Abdul-Fattaah -the imam, and Towfeeq al-Barzah-rahimahumullaah.

After some time he started giving two weekly classes attended by students of knowledge and university teachers - in which he taught various books of 'Aqeedah, Fiqh, Usool and Hadeeth sciences.

He also began organised monthly journeys for Da'wah to the various cities of Syria and then Jordan.

After a number of his works appeared in print the Shaykh was chosen to teach Hadeeth in the new University in Madeenah, Saudi Arabia, for three years from 1381 to 1383H where he was also a member of the University board.

After this he returned to his former studies and work in "al-Maktabah adth-Dthaahiriyyah" leaving his shop in the hands of one of his brothers.

He visited various countries for Da'wah and lectures - amongst them Qatar, Egypt, Kuwait, the Emirates, Spain and England. He was forced to emigrate a number of times moving from Syria to Jordan, then Syria again, then Beirut, then the Emirates, then again to 'Ammaan, Jordan. His works - mainly in the field of Hadeeth and its sciences number over 100.

His students are many and include many Shaykhs of the present day.

The Shaykh passed away on Saturday 22 Jumaadaa ath-Thaaniyah 1420 A.H. / 2 October 1999 C.E. He was 87 years of age. May Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala) have Mercy upon his soul, aameen.

Shaykh Abdul-Azīz bin Bāz Play

Lectures and Fataawa by Ash-Shaykh Al-Allaamah Abdul-Azeez Bin Baaz (Rahimullaah).

Abu 'Abdullaah Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez ibn 'Abdullaah ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan Aal-Baaz was born in the city of Riyadh in Dhul-Hijjah 1330 A.H./1909 C.E.

He memorized the Qur.aan in his early age and then he acquired knowledge from many of the great scholars of the Kingdom. Some of his teachers were Shaykh Muhammad ibn 'Abdul-Lateef Aal-Shaykh, Shaykh Saalih ibn 'Abdul-'Azeez Aal-Shaykh and the eminent Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibraaheem Aal-Shaykh who, in his time, was the Muftee of Saudi Arabia. Shaykh Ibn Baaz accompanied the eminent Shaykh and learned from him for about ten years. Thus he gained his religious education from the family of Imaam Muhammad ibn 'Abdul-Wahhaab.

Afterwards Shaykh Ibn Baaz was appointed as a Justice and he worked for fourteen years in the judiciary until he was deputed to the education faculty. He remained engaged in teaching for nine years at Riyadh Islaamic Law College, Riyadh Religious Institute. Then he was appointed Vice-Chancellor of the Islaamic University, al-Madeenah; but shortly afterwards, he was made the Chancellor with all the administrative powers. Later he was appointed President of the General Presidency of Islaamic Research, Ifta, Call and Propagation, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

He held the position of Grand Muftee of Saudi Arabia, the Presidency of many Islaamic Committees and Councils, the prominent among these being: Senior Scholars Committee of the Kingdom, Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Fataawa, the Founding Committee of Muslim World League, World Supreme Council for Mosques, Islaamic Jurisprudence Assembly Makkah; and the member of the Supreme Council of the Islaamic University at al-Madeenah, and the Supreme Committee for Islaamic Propagation, until he passed away on Thursday 27 Muharram 1420 A.H./May 13 1999 C.E. May Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala) have Mercy upon his soul, aameen.

Shaykh Rabī' bin Hādī Al-Madkhalī Play

His Name and Lineage:
He is the Shaikh, the 'Allaamah , the Muhaddith, Rabee' bin Haadee bin Muhammad 'Umayr Al-Madkhalee from the tribe of Mudaakhala, a well-known tribe in the Jaazaan district in the southern part of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This is one of the tribes of Banoo Shabeel. Shabeel was Ibn Yashjab bin Qahtaan.

The teachers whom he studied under in the Islaamic University:
1. The Shaikh, the 'Allaamah, the former Chief Muftee of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 'Abdul-'Azeez bin 'Abdillaah bin Baaz (rahimahullaah) under whom he studied Al-'Aqeedah At-Tahaawiyyah.

2. The 'Allaamah, the Muhaddith, Shaikh Muhammad Naasir-ud-Deen Al-Albaanee (rahimahullaah) under whom he studied the subject of Hadeeth and its chains of narration.

3. The Shaikh, the 'Allaamah, 'Abdul-Muhsin Al-'Abbaad, under whom he studied the subject of Fiqh for three years, with the book Bidaayat-ul-Mujtahid.

4. The Shaikh, the 'Allaamah, the Haafidh and Mufassir, Muhammad Al-Ameen Ash-Shanqeetee, author of the book Adwaa-ul-Bayaan, under whom he studied the subjects of Tafseer and the Principles of Fiqh for four years.

5. Shaikh Saalih Al-'Iraaqee, under whom he studied 'Aqeedah (Creed).

6. The Shaikh, the Muhaddith, 'Abdul-Ghaffaar Hasan Al-Hindee, under whom he studied the Science of Hadeeth and its terms.

After graduating from the Islaamic University of Madeenah, he worked as a teacher in one of the learning institutes of the Islaamic University for a while. Then he joined the Department for Higher Studies at Umm al-Qurraa University, where he continued his studies, obtaining his Masters Degree in the subject of Hadeeth in 1397H, by having completed his dissertation, which is well known as "Between the two Imaams, Muslim and Ad-Daaraqutnee."

Then in the year 1400H, he obtained his Doctorate Degree from Umm al-Qurraa also, with the grade of Mumtaz (Excellent). And this was because of his checking of the book "An-Nukat 'alaa Kitaab Ibn as-Salaah" of Al-Haafidh Ibn Hajr (rahimahullaah).

After that, he went back to working as a teacher in the Islaamic University (of Madeenah) in the Faculty of Hadeeth, where he taught Hadeeth and its Sciences. He became head of the Dept. of Sunnah in the Department for Higher Studies several times.

In the tape "Questions from Sweden", Imaam Ibn Baaz (rahimahullaah) was asked about Shaikh Rabee' and responded:

"Indeed, Shaikh Rabee' is from the scholars of the Sunnah - (and then he mentioned Shaikh Muhammad Amaan Al-Jaamee with him and said) - the two of them are know to me for their knowledge and virtue."

Shaykh Muhammad Naasiruddeen al-Albaanee (rahima-hullaah) who mentioned on the tape "Liqaa. Abee al-Hasan al-Ma.rabee ma'a al-Albaanee" about him and Shaykh Muqbil Ibn Haadee al-Waadi'ee: "Without a doubt we praise Allaah the Almighty Who has, for this pure and upright da'wah to the Qur.aan and the Sunnah upon the methodology of the Pious Predecessors, made use of numerous callers from different Islaamic lands who uphold the collective obligation which very few do so in the Islaamic world today, notably the two Shaykhs (Rabee and Muqbil), the callers to the Qur.aan and the Sunnah and that which the Pious Predecessors were upon and wagiing war against those who oppose this correct methodology"
The Shaykh further adds: "So I wish to say, that which I have seen of the writings of the Shaykh Dr. Rabee, then it is beneficial and I do not recall having seen anything wrong or outside of the methodology which we have come together upon with him, and him having come together upon with us"
He also mentions on the tape "al-Mawaazanaat Bid'atul-'Asr": "And in short, I say that the one who carries the banner of al-Jarh wat-Ta'deel in this present day and age in truth is our brother (Shaykh) Dr. Rabee, and those who refute him do not refute him upon (sound) knowledge - never"

Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-'Uthaymeen on the tape "al-As.ilah as-Suwaydiyah" said: "as for Shaykh Rabee, then regarding him, I do not know anything but good, and the man is an upholder of the Sunnah and an upholder of Hadeeth"
He was asked on the tape "Kasf al-Lathaam 'an Mukhaalif Ahmad Salaam": "What is your advice for the one who forbids (listening to) the tapes of Shaykh Rabee' Ibn Haadee with the claim that they stir up fitnah and within them is praise for the rulers in the Kingdom and that his praise, i.e. Shaykh Rabee's praise for the rule, is hypocrisy?" The Shaykh responded: "Our opinion is that this is incorrect and is a major error, and Shaykh Rabee' is from amongst the scholars of the Sunnah and the people of good and his 'aqeedah is sound and his manhaj is correct"

Shaykh Sālih bin Fawzān Al-Fawzān Play

Lectures & Fataawa by Shaykh Saalih Al-Fawzaan.

He is the noble Shaykh Dr. Saalih ibn Fowzaan ibn 'Abdullaah from the family of Fowzaan from the people/tribe of ash-Shamaasiyyah.

He was born in 1354 A.H./1933 C.E. His father died when he was young so he was brought up by his family. He learnt the Noble Qur.aan, the basics of reading and writing with the imaam of the masjid of the town, who was a definitve reciter. He was the noble Shaykh Hamood Ibn Sulaymaan at-Talaal, who was later made a judge in the town of Dariyyah (not Dar'iyyah in RIyaadh) in the region of Qaseem.

He later studied at the state school when it opened in ash-Shamaasiyyah in the year 1369 A.H./1948 C.E. He completed his studies at the Faysaliyyah school in Buraydah in the year 1371 A.H./1950 C.E. and was then appointed an infant school teacher. Then he joined the educational institute in Buraydah when it opened in the year 1373 A.H./1952 C.E., and graduated from there in the year 1377 A.H./1956 C.E. He then joined the Faculty of Sharee'ah (at the University of Imaam Muhammad) in Riyaadh and graduated from there 1381 A.H./1960 C.E. Thereafter he gained his Masters degree in fiqh, and later a Doctorate. from the same faculty, also specialising in fiqh.

After his graduation from the Faculty of Sharee'ah, he was appointed a teacher within the educational institute in Riyaadh, then transferred to teaching in the Faculty of Sharee'ah. Later, he transferred to teaching at the Department for Higher Studies within the Faculty of the Principles of the Religion (usool ad-deen). Then he transferred to teaching at the Supreme Court of Justice, where he was appointed the head. He then returned to teaching there after his period of headship came to an end. He was then made a member of the Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Fataawa, where he continues to this day.

The noble Shaykh is a member of the Council of Senior Scholars, and member of the Fiqh Committee in Makkah (part of ar-Raabitah), and member of the Committee for Supervision of the Callers (du'aat) in Hajj, whilst also presiding over (his main role) membership of the Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Fataawa. He is also the imaam, khateeb and teacher at the Prince Mut'ib Ibn 'Abdul-'Azeez masjid in al-Malzar.

He also takes part in responding to questions on the radio program "Noorun 'alad-Darb", as he also takes part in contributing to a number of Islaamic research publications at the Council for (Islaamic) Research, Studies, Theses and Fataawa which are then collated and published. The noble Shaykh also takes part in supervising a number of theses at the Masters degree and Doctorate level.

He has a number of students of knowledge who frequent his regular gatherings and lessons .

He himself studied at the hands of a number prominent scholars and jurists, the most notable of whom were:
The noble Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez ibn Baaz (rahima-hullaah);
The noble Shaykh 'Abdullaah ibn Humayd (rahima-hullaah);
The great Shaykh Muhammad al-Ameen ash-Shanqeetee (rahima-hullaah);
The noble Shaykh 'Abdur-Razzaaq 'Afeefee (rahima-hullaah);
The noble Shaykh Saalih Ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan as-Sukaytee;
The noble Shaykh Saalih Ibn Ibraaheem al-Bulayhee;
The noble Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Subayyal;
The noble Shaykh 'Abdullaah Ibn Saalih al-Khulayfee;
The noble Shaykh Ibraaheem Ibn 'Ubayd al-'Abd al-Muhsin;
The noble Shaykh Saalih al-'Alee an-Naasir;

He also studied at the hands of a number of scholars from al-Azhar University (Egypt) who specialised in hadeeth, tafseer and Arabic language.

He has played a major role in calling to Allaah and teaching, giving fatwa, khutbahs and knowledgeable refutations.

His books number many, however the following are just a handful which include Sharh al-'Aqeedatul Waasitiyyah, al-irshaad ilas-Saheehil-I'tiqaad, al-Mulakhkhas al-Fiqhee, Foods and the Rulings regarding Slaughtering and Hunting, which is part of his Doctorate. They also include at-Tahqeeqaat al-Mardiyyah in inheritance which is part of his Masters degree. Further titles include Rulings relating to the Believing Women, and a refutation of Yoosuf Qaradaawi's book al-Halaal wal-Haraam.

Shaykh Ubayd bin Abdullāh Al-Jābirī Play

Lectures, talks, lessons Q & A sessions by Shaykh Ubayd Ibn Abdullah Al-Jaabiree

His Name and Lineage:
He is Ubayd bin Abdillaah bin Sulaymaan Al-Hamdaanee Al-Jaabiree. The tribe of Jaabir is from the family of Harb al-Hijaaz. He was born in the town of Faqeer in the valley of Far in the district of the prophetic city (Madeenah) in 1357H.

His Studies:
In 1365, he moved with his father to Mahd adh-Dhahab where he began his first levels of education.

He settled in Madeenah in 1374H but due to family circumstances, he had to discontinue his studies for a period of time.

In 1381H he resumed his studies starting with Darul-Hadeeth in Madeenah, then the educational institute (Mahad-ul-Ilmee), then the College of Shareeah (Islamic Law) in the Islamic University, from which he graduated in 1392H with the grade of excellent at the head of his class.

His Teachers:
As for his teachers, then all of them deserve credit, after Allaah, for his good upbringing, proper methodology and understanding of the Religion of Allaah.

From the most prominent of these teachers was:

In Darul-Hadeeth:
1. Shaikh Sayfur-Rahmaan bin Ahmad
2. Shaikh Ammaar bin Abdillaah

In the Educational Institute:
1. Shaikh Abdul-Azeez bin Abdillaah Al-Khudayree
2. Shaikh Awdah bin Talqah Al-Ahmadee
3. Shaikh Dakheelullaah bin Khaleefah Al-Khaleetee
4. Shaikh Abdur-Rahmaan bin Abdillaah Al-Ajlaan
5. Shaikh Muhammad bin Abdillaah Al-Ajlaan

In the Islamic University:
1. The Muhaddith, Shaikh Hammaad bin Muhammad Al-Ansaaree
2. The Muhaddith, Shaikh Abdul-Muhsin Al-Abbaad
3. Shaikh Abu Bakr Al-Jazaairee

His Duties:
1. He served as the Imaam of Masjid As-Sabt in Madeenah from 1387H to 1392H.

2. He was a teacher in the secondary school Umar bin Abdil-Azeez in Jeddah from 1392H to 1396H.

3. He worked as a caller in the Call and Guidance Center (Markaz Dawah wal-Irshaad) in Madeenah as well as an assistant to the Centers director when he was present and in his absence from the end of 1396H to 1404H.

4. He worked as a teacher in the Islamic University from the end of 1404H to the beginning of Rajab 1417H when he was pensioned off into retirement due to a necessary restructuring. During the Shaikhs time spent in the Islamic University, he obtained his Masters Degree in Tafseer.

His Books:
1. Tayseer-ul-Ilaah bi-Sharh Adillati Shuroot Laa Ilaaha IllaaAllaah (printed) [The Facilitation of Allaah in Explaining the Evidences for the Conditions of Laa Ilaaha IlaaAllaah]

2. Tanbeeh Dhiwee-ul-Uqool as-Saleemah ilaa Fawaaid Mustanbatah minas-Sittatil-Usool al-Adheemah [Alerting those with Pure Intellects to Points of Benefit derived from the book Six Tremendous Foundations]

3. Imaad-ul-Qaaree bi-Sharh Kitaab at-Tafseer min Saheeh-il-Bukhaaree

4. Sharh Muntaqaa Ibn al-Jaarood (may Allaah facilitate its completion).
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