“Whoever killed a person having a treaty with the Muslims, shall not smell the smell of Paradise though its smell is perceived from a distance of forty years.”
The Prophet ﷺ said, ‘The belief is that of the Yemenis and wisdom is Yemeni.’
Can this be ascribed to those who belong to current-day Yemen? Or is it restricted to the lifetime of the Prophet ﷺ? Or is it applicable up until the Hour is established? Does it refer to the people of Hijāz and the Ansār? How about the Rāfidhah?
Oh! Muslim, contemplate about your religion, deliberate, and see who your enemy is. And if such a state is established that harnesses its media and wealth for revolutions and coups, rather it shelters seniors of the Muslim Brotherhood, those who advocate revolutions and speaks against the scholars of Islām and Sunnah, then it is permissible to speak against it unanimously and warn against its evil and even supplicate against it and we will pray against it.
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
Shaykh Al-Albānī regarding the principle of innovation in the religion and worldly affairs بسم اللہ الرحمن الرحیم All praise and thanks are due to Allāh; we seek His Help and we seek His Forgiveness. We seek refuge with Him from the evil of our souls … Continue reading Innovation is Praiseworthy Only in Worldly Affairs | Shaykh Al-Albānī
Ruling of the Muslim Scholars on the Charity and Da’wah Organizations
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.
A detailed discussion on the scholarly opinions regarding peaceful protests and silent demonstrations under the pretext of the recent protests in USA and elsewhere following the murder of George Floyd
The Kuffār wish us on our festivals. So can we wish or greet or co-operate with the Kuffār in celebrating their festivals?